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Don't do this in my threads, please.

Advocating that people go looking to initiate violence against anyone is a crime.

The people shown in the OP are under an oppressive regime that's gone so far as to order them not even to speak to one another. Their actions are clearly in opposition to those who are delegatde with enforcing these encroachments on basic human rights.

Posts like yours only empowers the quislings who sit around here all day looking for someone to report to the authorities just to get their rocks off. And that bunch is well-known.

Force should be limited to defensive purposes. Never intiate force or violence of any kind.

Whose side are you on anyway?
 
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Don't do this in my threads, please.

Advocating that people go looking to initiate violence against anyone is a crime.

The people shown in the OP are under an oppressive regime that's gone so far as to order them not even to speak to one another. Their actions are clearly in opposition to those who are delegatde with enforcing these encroachments on basic human rights.

Posts like yours only empowers the quislings who sit around here all day looking for someone to report to the authorities just to get their rocks off. And that bunch is well-known.

Force should be limited to defensive purposes. Never intiate force or violence of any kind.

Whose side are you on anyway?
COOL. when/where do we begin ? Chicago? Monday perhaps...or is that a holiday for govt employees ?
 
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This is a democracy...

No. You're mistaken.

America is ''a Republic"

A "compound Republic" more specifically

See Federalist #51 for clarification. For starters.

Anyway, democracy itself is a feature of ''a Republic''

''A Democracy'' and ''a Republic'' are antithetical forms of government.

"Democracy'' is not a feature of "a Democracy". The Main feature of "a Democracy' is rule by omnipotent Majority.

You have to distinguish between "a Democracy'' and ''democracy'' for a clear understanding of ''our Republic.''

Here's a thorough explanation, borrowed from one of my previous postings on the topic around here....



America is a compound Republic. That being a combination of a central and state Republics, with the state Republics holding the majority of power over the 'strictly limited' federal Republic.

Each American government, Federal and State, is a Republic. Such a form of government is expressly guaranteed to each State by the United States Constitution. (See Article IV, Section 4.)

This makes the American system a combination, of Republics. A ''compound Republic'' as noted in The Federalist number 51 by Madison.

"Hence a double security arises to the rights of the people." (See Federalist, number 51, by Madison.)

Now. Placing that aside.

"A Democracy'' is a form of government premised on the fundamental principle of rule by omnipotent majority, while ''democracy'' itself is merely a popular type of government featuring genuinely free elections by the people.

More clearly, "a Democracy" and "a Republic" are dissimilar forms of government. Not only are they dissimilar forms of government, they are antithetical forms of government. Grasping this is critical to comprehension and discussion of the fundamental principles involved.

So it's important to distinguish the double meaning of the term. It is critical to distinguish form of government versus popular type of government.

In ''a Democracy'', The Individual, and any group of Individuals composing any Minority, have no protection against the unlimited power of The Majority. This is true whether it be a Direct Democracy, or a Representative Democracy.

"A Republic", on the other hand, has a very different purpose and an entirely different form, or system, of government. Its purpose is to control The Majority strictly, as well as all others among the people, primarily to protect The Individual’s God-given, unalienable rights and therefore for the protection of the rights of The Minority, of all minorities, and the liberties of people in general.

The definition of ''a Republic'' is: a constitutionally limited government of the representative type, created by a written Constitution, adopted by the people and changeable (from its original meaning) by them only by its amendment, with its powers divided between three separate Branches: Executive, Legislative and Judicial. Here the term "the people" means, of course, the electorate.



Of course, this is the traditional American philosophy of governance. We're talking about Australia here.
 

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No. You're mistaken.

America is ''a Republic"

A "compound Republic" more specifically

See Federalist #51 for clarification. For starters.

Anyway, democracy itself is a feature of ''a Republic''

''A Democracy'' and ''a Republic'' are antithetical forms of government.

"Democracy'' is not a feature of "a Democracy". The Main feature of "a Democracy' is rule by omnipotent Majority.

You have to distinguish between "a Democracy'' and ''democracy'' for a clear understanding of ''our Republic.''

Here's a thorough explanation, borrowed from one of my previous postings on the topic around here....



America is a compound Republic. That being a combination of a central and state Republics, with the state Republics holding the majority of power over the 'strictly limited' federal Republic.

Each American government, Federal and State, is a Republic. Such a form of government is expressly guaranteed to each State by the United States Constitution. (See Article IV, Section 4.)

This makes the American system a combination, of Republics. A ''compound Republic'' as noted in The Federalist number 51 by Madison.

"Hence a double security arises to the rights of the people." (See Federalist, number 51, by Madison.)

Now. Placing that aside.

"A Democracy'' is a form of government premised on the fundamental principle of rule by omnipotent majority, while ''democracy'' itself is merely a popular type of government featuring genuinely free elections by the people.

More clearly, "a Democracy" and "a Republic" are dissimilar forms of government. Not only are they dissimilar forms of government, they are antithetical forms of government. Grasping this is critical to comprehension and discussion of the fundamental principles involved.

So it's important to distinguish the double meaning of the term. It is critical to distinguish form of government versus popular type of government.

In ''a Democracy'', The Individual, and any group of Individuals composing any Minority, have no protection against the unlimited power of The Majority. This is true whether it be a Direct Democracy, or a Representative Democracy.

"A Republic", on the other hand, has a very different purpose and an entirely different form, or system, of government. Its purpose is to control The Majority strictly, as well as all others among the people, primarily to protect The Individual’s God-given, unalienable rights and therefore for the protection of the rights of The Minority, of all minorities, and the liberties of people in general.

The definition of ''a Republic'' is: a constitutionally limited government of the representative type, created by a written Constitution, adopted by the people and changeable (from its original meaning) by them only by its amendment, with its powers divided between three separate Branches: Executive, Legislative and Judicial. Here the term "the people" means, of course, the electorate.



Of course, this is the traditional American philosophy of governance. We're talking about Australia here.
Disagree.

Democracy is simple majority rule. We have protections for our minorities in the US, not always effective ones, but we are still a democracy.

A republic, like ours in America (I have no idea how Australia operates), is a type of a democracy. It just does not use one-man, one-vote, direct elections. That is one of our problems since we often get governed by a minority party.
 

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When things get THIS bad.............it's time to hire some professionals to drag the causes of this out of political offices and string them up from lamp posts. Sometimes the old ways do work best.
 

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Oh, hi, Goebbels. How are you? Good? Good...

To your credit, the Gestapo over there are actually trying out your model...




I could see why you'd be upset that their people would not consent. Poor tyrants. Why can't the people leave tyrants alone and let em be tyrants. I tell ya. Some people...

I see they got that word "camp" in there, regardless.
 

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I have to agree with comma la on this one. These wont stop and they shouldnt stop. Or something to that effect
 

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They didn't attack the cops, they pushed through the cops. I didn't see anybody attacking a cop.
Then you're blind as a fucking bat or your partisanship precludes intelligence.

There are cops are being pushed to the ground and trampled. That's an attack...
 

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Don't do this in my threads, please.

Advocating that people go looking to initiate violence against anyone is a crime.

The people shown in the OP are under an oppressive regime that's gone so far as to order them not even to speak to one another. Their actions are clearly in opposition to those who are delegatde with enforcing these encroachments on basic human rights.

Posts like yours only empowers the quislings who sit around here all day looking for someone to report to the authorities just to get their rocks off. And that bunch is well-known.

Force should be limited to defensive purposes. Never intiate force or violence of any kind.

Whose side are you on anyway?

The people's side

LIKE IVE ALWAYS said wait patiently for the collapse...then all bets are off ...
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They knocked out a 70 year old woman and then proceeded to pepper spray her

Gab reported she died

Just doing me job mate

You fags keep on backing the blue ....

Australia is the testing ground for US

You're gonna need that list of locals one day soon

Just saying

But I'll respect your wishes on your threads
 

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