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    Shane: "How much restraint would the U.S. show if some Native American group decided to lob rockets into one of our cities to protest the "occupation"?" dumdum: "That`d be civil war. This isn`t." It's the same region and the region's inhabitants, blithering fool. It's been a civil war since 1920. "And I believe the Indian nations actually have the freedom to travel anywhere in and out of and around anywhere in the USA. They vote IN the USA. They`re Americans. They`re not embargoed. " Ever heard of Little Bighorn II in 1973, dumdum? They weren't free to resort to violence, and boy, did the U.S. give them a stomping. "Oh really, when was the last illegal American settlement built on US soil?" How do you think the Tribal people feel about your notions of "legality," dumdum? "How many UNSC resolutions does it have against it for the illegal acquisition of territory by war?" Why don't the tribes have observer status in the UN, dumdum? Who owns their mineral rights?

    from the article: U.S.: Military action will not solve Mideast conflict
    First published 01:17 02.04.10 | Last updated 23:13 02.04.10
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