At 12:23 AM 10/17/2001 +0100, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>the "Law" this is a social convenience and is interpreted for
>pragmatic reasons ... it is an aspect of politics ... to have any
>input into the debates about changing various Laws we have
>to engage with adversaries in political debates and elections.
>Hope this answers your various questions?
I suggest to you that your notion of "law" (so-called) is
at best a *human* social convenience -- an aspect of
*human* politics -- and at worst a disastrous human
As long as you hallucinate some of the noises and
scribbles emanating from the mouths and pens of
*human political cheaters* as "the law" (so-called),
I will consider you *in this respect* to be at the same
primitive/backward level as the Vatican, Mormons,
Baptists, Islam &c.
As long as you think in terms of "changing various Laws,"
I will consider you *in this respect* to be engaging in
human politics at the same primitive/backward level
as the Vatican, Mormons, Baptists, Islam &c.
See "Clear-Your-Mind Reports"
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