U.S. drafts Holocaust denial resolution

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  1. poncho

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    Why should it be?

    It's redundant and unneeded.

    What does it have to do with your subject line?
     
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    What difference does something like that make to the UN.
    One, they hate the US.
    Two, they cater to groups like Iran that is the ring leader in this Holocaust denial.
     
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    Not to my way of thinking.

    I agree. But it's still been introduced four times, so far.

    I find it strange that the U.S. would draft a resolution restricting "any country, orgainzation or individual's" free speech based on the rants of a few unsavory characters while waging war(s) to "spread freedom and democracy" and it reminded me of the Hate Crimes bill that's all.


    What does "any country, organization or individuals" mean to you?
     
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