Re: OT: sponge burning!
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On 02/25/07 14:04, cothrige wrote:
> * Ron Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
>> Anyway, voluntary abortion is legal in most countries, including the
>> USA, so voluntary abortion does not meet the statutory definition of
> I am obviously inserting myself into another person's conversation,
> and for that I apologize, but having read this I feel compelled to
> comment. According to this distinction above there were no Jews
> murdered in Germany during the Nazi period. I can't think this would
You're skating really close to Godwin territory.
> be a very viable definition for 'murder.'
I was just having this discussion the other day. Legal killing is
The thing is, I do not know if Germany ever passed a *law* saying
that it was legal to kill "undesirables", or if it was just "done".
Even if it's not "murder", it's genocide, and that itself is
deserving of punishment.
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