I am wondering what type of due process should be granted to these individuals. What basis/jurisdiction of law are we talking about? Natural human rights? US law? International Law? I'm just wondering because I think it's critical to the whole discussion. Julian Assange isn't a US citizen so the US Government probably feels justified doing whatever they want even if it is "unethical", yet many think he should be protected by some of the US justice code/process. Is due process universal?
If I kill a cow, should I be deported to India, and processed there for that crime? (Note that in most parts of india, it IS a crime). Oh, I live in Argentina, the largest exporter of cow-meat. Maybe we should all be deported there. -- Hugo Osvaldo Barrera
We are waiting for you here in India ;)
That's why Americans call cowburgers hamburgers, for fear of repercussions from the holy land. But seriously, re-incarnation takes care of all that. Meaning, if you kill a cow in this life, you come back as a cow and someone can kill you. It's the Indian version of an eye for an eye. Mehma
> you come back as a cow ^^^ I thought it was a toilet brush? You just can't trust reincarnation this life.
In my former life I used to believe in reincarnation, but now I know it's bullshit.
On Thu, 09 Dec 2010 08:42:00 -0800 The percentage of people that (have to) kill their own food is so low that nobody cares. Hamburgers are grown in the supermarket, hm'k?
Sarah Palin's coming back as a dung beetle then.
On Thu, 09 Dec 2010 08:42:00 -0800 Time to start eating humans instead ;-)
Please don't. It's difficult enough to get healthy young children for breakfast those days, I don't need competition. Miod
On Thu, 9 Dec 2010 19:53:54 +0000 just grow your own, as healthy as you want them to be.
Since it took me a while to find out who they are -- maybe others will appreciate the pointer: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wau_Holland_Foundation
This is Theo's list so he can say anything he likes, but like any thread like this just stop feeding it. This thread benefits no one. Not Theo. Not Wikileaks Nobody. On Sun, 05 Dec 2010 18:42 -0700, "Theo de Raadt"
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