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robert237 Post time: 2018-4-22 16:10
Of course you just defended the genocide against communism in Vietnam by the US just moments earli ...
you just defended the genocide against communism
I wrote "USA had no moral obligation to kill innocent civilians", which should be plenty to illustrate that I do not support or defend killing of innocent civilians. Not then, and not now.
As for genocide against communism, in international legal or even paralegal dictionary there is no such thing as genocide against an ideology.
If there was, I would (and did in my earlier comment) defend USA doing THAT in regard of Vietnam War - because communism, for reasons that I mentioned in earlier posts, in that time and place came with kind of constraining mechanisms that I do strongly oppose. It is those mechanisms that made communism during Cold War an ideology not worth pursuing, no matter how beautiful the ideology itself in the core would have been. It caused suffering to people in various countries, most importantly Soviet Union and China.
That is an opinion, which you would perhaps value more if you had lived and experienced even the last few years of those times in said countries, instead of hiding in Callifornia (like I think you did).
Furthermore, if we are to discuss such thing as "genocide of ideologies", then certainly such has taken, and continues to take, place in China more than anywhere else. Even DPRK I would rate higher in that context - they don't even make attempt to rule by single ideology and restricting all others. They have a clear person cult to follow instead.