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DO YOU LIVE IN A COUNTRY THAT IS FREE, AND YOU CAN SAY WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT WITHOUT FEAR OF REPRISAL?

BIG BAD JOHN R. 2012/07/04 14:44:21
Related Topics: Free, Country, once, Without, Live
YA, ve varen free vonce. ; Yes, we were free once
Kein, ve  varen never frei;  No, we were never free
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  • D D 2012/07/04 15:51:47
    YA, ve varen free vonce. ; Yes, we were free once
    D D
    +5
    We do not have the freedom we use to.

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  • Nimitz 2012/07/05 08:58:17
    Undecided
    Nimitz
    Whaddaya think this is, America or something?
  • Rubyking 2012/07/04 21:57:40
    YA, ve varen free vonce. ; Yes, we were free once
    Rubyking
    for many a once
  • beach bum 2012/07/04 20:22:42
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    beach bum
    +1
    yes, here in the good old usa
    thanks and happy 4th of july
  • BIG BAD... beach bum 2012/07/04 21:45:42
    BIG BAD JOHN R.
    +1
    nice choise
  • beach bum BIG BAD... 2012/07/04 21:48:22
    beach bum
    here you go

  • Nonpartisan 2012/07/04 18:21:21
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    Nonpartisan
    +1
    Freedom is relative. In the United States we are relatively free. Some of our Professional Partisan Politicians are constantly trying to infringe on freedoms for their own personal reasons. These people, including Mr. Ron Paul seem to have no understanding of some of the very basic things that the Founding Fathers of the United States were trying to accomplish when they spent so much blood sweat and effort writing the Constitution of the United States. Yes our freedom is relative, and getting more relative all of the time, and we need to remind the Professional Partisan Politicians that they work for us, and we the people are we ALL of the people.

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  • Marie-Jacqueline 2012/07/04 17:16:12 (edited)
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    Marie-Jacqueline
    +3
    The choice you give here is limited and rather stupid.

    If you want to write something in German, do it properly and not something that to some US-SH's stereotype as German.

    I'm Dutch, so from The Netherlands, and we mandatory learn 3 foreign languages in school, English, German and French.
    Your choice of answer gives the international visitors of SH a view of an American and the lack of knowledge of foreign languages.

    Another point is you use the nazi-German as stereotyping the lack of freedom.
    The usage of these pictures in the context you place them , let say it politie, is not acceptable.

    Than there is the conviction a lot of US-SH's have that only the US is to be considered free.

    This may come as a surprise toe you, there are more countries than your own that can be concidered free in combination with you ideas of it.

    One thing I know for sure:
    The Netherlands but also other countries in Europe percieve freedom as precious, because people still know how it was taken away and the cost in lives it took to regain it again.

    Every year we hold still and remember and the day after we celibrate.

    The Netherlands is unique amongst its neighbours in having two national holidays stemming from the second World War: Remembrance Day – ‘Dodenherdenking’ and Liberation...


    The choice you give here is limited and rather stupid.

    If you want to write something in German, do it properly and not something that to some US-SH's stereotype as German.

    I'm Dutch, so from The Netherlands, and we mandatory learn 3 foreign languages in school, English, German and French.
    Your choice of answer gives the international visitors of SH a view of an American and the lack of knowledge of foreign languages.

    Another point is you use the nazi-German as stereotyping the lack of freedom.
    The usage of these pictures in the context you place them , let say it politie, is not acceptable.

    Than there is the conviction a lot of US-SH's have that only the US is to be considered free.

    This may come as a surprise toe you, there are more countries than your own that can be concidered free in combination with you ideas of it.

    One thing I know for sure:
    The Netherlands but also other countries in Europe percieve freedom as precious, because people still know how it was taken away and the cost in lives it took to regain it again.

    Every year we hold still and remember and the day after we celibrate.

    The Netherlands is unique amongst its neighbours in having two national holidays stemming from the second World War: Remembrance Day – ‘Dodenherdenking’ and Liberation Day – ‘Bevrijdingsdag’.
    On 4 May there are solemn ceremonies commemorating all the Dutch who have died in conflicts worldwide. On 5 May, there is a celebration of freedom everywhere, now and in the future, especially where it is threatened.
    The two days have changed in character over the years but still reflect the significance of the second World War in the Dutch psyche.
    Their slogan is/was “no celebration without commemoration”, so Remembrance Day always fell before Liberation Day.
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  • superangrymonkey 2012/07/04 17:05:51
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    superangrymonkey
    +2
    No such thing as a "free country."
  • D D 2012/07/04 15:51:47
    YA, ve varen free vonce. ; Yes, we were free once
    D D
    +5
    We do not have the freedom we use to.
  • Sister Jean 2012/07/04 15:48:30
    YA, ve varen free vonce. ; Yes, we were free once
    Sister Jean
  • BIG BAD JOHN R. 2012/07/04 15:41:57
    YA, ve varen free vonce. ; Yes, we were free once
    BIG BAD JOHN R.
    +1
    I am quit sure people in SodaHead world are wondering why I stated the question and answers this way. I am sick and tired of people in this country who keep saying, "That you are a communist, a fascist, a socialist or any other term they dream up if you do not believe in the way they do. They go around calling people gay as if they have no right to be treated like humans like they are.
    The largest problem with the far right and the right, is they go around attacking your freedom and telling you if you don't believe what they believe you are wrong. The biggest problem is they don't even know the meaning of these words!They just say them to try and hurt you. The second biggest problem is they don't talk about their solutions to fix the problems in America all they can do is find fault and tell you what is wrong with what you are try to do to fix the problem.
    There was another very famous person who did the very same thing in history, he found fault with his leaders of his country and focused his attention on hating a race of people. He also convinced people that if you did not believe like him and his party you were wrong and should be put to death. His name was Adolf Hitler and he used the same means to come to power that they are using today.
    I am quit sure people in SodaHead world are wondering why I stated the question and answers this way. I am sick and tired of people in this country who keep saying, "That you are a communist, a fascist, a socialist or any other term they dream up if you do not believe in the way they do. They go around calling people gay as if they have no right to be treated like humans like they are.
    The largest problem with the far right and the right, is they go around attacking your freedom and telling you if you don't believe what they believe you are wrong. The biggest problem is they don't even know the meaning of these words!They just say them to try and hurt you. The second biggest problem is they don't talk about their solutions to fix the problems in America all they can do is find fault and tell you what is wrong with what you are try to do to fix the problem.
    There was another very famous person who did the very same thing in history, he found fault with his leaders of his country and focused his attention on hating a race of people. He also convinced people that if you did not believe like him and his party you were wrong and should be put to death. His name was Adolf Hitler and he used the same means to come to power that they are using today.
     Adolf Hitler  Adolf Hitler
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  • BritPunk BIG BAD... 2012/07/04 16:04:23
    BritPunk
    +1
    Hear hear, buddy!! (I left out the "old bean" cos its the 4th!!)
    union jack star and stripes
  • RED DAWN BIG BAD... 2012/07/04 19:48:46
  • La 2012/07/04 14:51:59
    Undecided
    La
    +1
    Yes, Australia is nice like that. While freedom of speech is not entrenched in our Constitution it is heavily upheld in our common law.
  • BIG BAD... La 2012/07/04 15:23:48
    BIG BAD JOHN R.
    Good to know thank you for sharing that.
  • Yosyp 2012/07/04 14:48:54
    Undecided
    Yosyp
    +2
    not really, we are still evolving

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