The debate "Turkey is becoming an authoritarian regime under Erdogan's lead. The US should react and stop it" was started by
March 19, 2017, 4:12 am.
8 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 19 people are on the disagree side.
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It looks like most people are against to this statement.
M3phisto posted 4 arguments, blue_rayy posted 6 arguments to the agreers part.
PsychDave posted 3 arguments, thereal posted 3 arguments, Impossible posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
M3phisto, blue_rayy and 6 visitors agree.
Maxshe88, PsychDave, Your_dad, thereal, braymus17, makson, BPatron, SirIntegra, Impossible, jrardin12, Ali and 8 visitors disagree.
first half is true, second is not
Authoritarian leaders are not automatically bad. Business leaders are almost universally authoritarian, which has influenced how Trump runs America. Unless you can point to specific human rights violations, I will disagree that they should be invaded because they might someday.
Authoritarian regime cant exist whitout human right infringements. This means the regime will disrespect human rights.
Western society cannot allow something that will fatally thread our human rights and democracy.
i meant that Russia was better among the Authoritarian governments. never praised russia. USSR was bad. Russia is improving.
what ten are we breaking?
And you say Russia doesnt care about human rights? thats funny seeing as America is currently breaking 10 out of 30 human rights and Israel is currently breaking 20 out of 30 of them. very funny indeed.
Russia doednt give a shit about "human" rights that are dictated by the US, you f***ing moron. On top of that, it is Russia who is launching airstrikes in Aleppo WITH THE GOVTS PERMISSION, unlike Israel and the USA. It is Russia that is following international law not america. It is the CIA who were found to have tampered in the French elections, not Russia. It was the NSA who was found to have hacked Angela Merkels phone, not Russia. you goatf***ers should try and stop f***ing goats for once.
That would be a separate debate. If you said someone should step in in response to human rights violations, I might agree, depending on what they'd done.
That isn't what is being debated though. Becoming an authoritarian regime isn't cause in itself to step in.
Russia didnt signed for Universal Declaration of human rights. Putin breaks them all the time. Russia gives no sh*t about human rights.
thereal has AIDS
The Russian government doesnt kill people with guns unlike DPRK.
thankyou. You didnt capitalize 'aids'. Which means that i've got friends.
How many authoritarian regimes you know that dont abuse human rights?
The USA is becoming an authoritarian regime under Trump. Russia and China should react to stop it.
If someone said that the US was becoming an authoritarian regime under Trump and that the world should step in, I would disagree. Likewise I disagree that the US had authority to unilaterally overthrow another nations government. Stepping in to stop human rights abuses is one thing, stepping in because you don't like the government is another.
time to overthrom dictators.
Hahah, blue_ray, always faithful to himself :)
its time for military intervention.