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  1. Exactly. Defending someone's right to freedom of expression does not mean you agree with them.
  2. He's a hero and worth more than any amount of any countries tax payers money. What is an absolute disgrace is that Julian Assange is being persecuted, vilified for telling the truth and exposing the war-mongering criminal scum in the US government.
  3. Like many cases the devils in the detail, and me, nor you know the exact details.
  4. Or maybe you should be concerned about how perfect their passionate arguments are, it's like they'd had adult indoctrination and rehearsed their lines, like this whole protest could be a result and influence of their teachers..?
  5. If mother is no longer be gender specific, then we'll need another word for the womb in which, you, I and future babies are born from...?
  6. The French knew what to do about it!
  7. Or maybe most girls naturally prefer dolls and most boys naturally prefer trucks...?
  8. I should've probably explained a bit more in my OP instead going off on a bit of a tangent. Long story short...My daughters mum died when she was 2 years old. She came from a big loving affectionate family and they have every right to see their grand daughter/ niece/ family. My girlfriend is great with my daughter and they gelled straight way, too well. My daughters been calling my girlfriend mum. I've tried to hide it as I 'sensed' predicted my daughters mum's family would object. I don't want to ruin their relationship and upset my daughter, but can't find the courage and right moment to tell her, but I also know it can't continue... There's different degrees of everything. What one person finds unbearable is another persons walk in the park. Eg I used to work at heights and never found it an issue. I know other people who would die of fright been forced into said situation.
  9. Yes removed from this forum. Yes fear of expression is a huge problem. If people fear speaking about something they will self-censor and therefore issues affecting many people will not be addressed. These will manifest into much more serious problems, like the growth of the far-right and religious extremism. As we’ve recently seen a rise of in last 10 years. The UK censorship ‘hate’ laws have also create a whole host of other issues, almost anything you say, someone, somewhere could decide to be offended by it. So now everyone is subject to a criminal investigation, prosecution, and possible imprisonment, just like nazi Germany.
  10. I do, I dread this time of year. I believe (not diagnosed by any professional) I have a part introvert schizoid type personality disorder. I've always hated most social gatherings and have often gone to great lengths to avoid them. I've always struggled developing close relationships, I hate crowds, hugging type people, shaking hands, public transport or any form of of 'personal space invasion' Avoiding these situations is becoming increasingly difficult but no more bearable.. My daughter aged 6 'is so cute and adorable' and whilst its flattering she receives so much loved attention I cannot bear it. I feel really uncomfortable and angry when 'well meaning folk' invade my home, try to hug me, making pointless small talk, tell me to 'cheer up' how to feel and how we're somehow obligated to attend their annoying social gatherings.
  11. I'm a so called 'moderator' on Voat. https://voat.co/ and we've had trolls call me and others nonces, threats and everything else you can think of. We don't delete any of these posts, trolls thrive and live off attention so we deprive them of it. SF doesn't need to delete posts either, you do it because you have an agenda, which is fine. But forums are supposed to be part of the solution to addressing many issues, not the problem. Forums don't need moderating, they just need ignore buttons.
  12. I can't even voice my observations about Sheffield without them been removed. But you're missing the whole point, In a so called free-society' Nobody should be frightened of expressing any opinion. Exactly! The second you limit free speech is the exact same second you lose your own.
  13. I bet SCC are fuming! Powerless to do nothing but take more money from us motorists. As you say, nothing at all to do with every solution to these ’big negative consequences' requiring more and increased taxes... I see, how silly of me. The aims of central government and SCC is because they care too much about our-well being, there's too much love in their hearts. How stupid of us all thinking the aim is just about increasing revenue... Of course, central government ENFORCERS these measures and SCC are powerless to do anything about it. They’re purely there so we see the financial benefits to these ’big negative consequences' It has nothing at all do with every solution requiring more and increased taxes from motorists... Jeez man I waited that long for any action i thought I'd paused the video!
  14. Funny how your' and their answer to these ’big negative consequences' is always more and increased taxes...
  15. Pittsburgh is assumed to be Sheffield's twin city? A hilly, green and former steel city in the US state of Pennsylvania. It has many fantastic bridges - 446 to be precise! And has built many more metaphorical bridges to help it prosper, where Sheffielders generally prefer to shun new arrivals and entrepreneurial enterprise which has seen it demise. I've never been to Pittsburgh but the more I research the more apparent it becomes how much Sheffield planners and it's residents xenophobic approach to various problems are holding it back.
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