Actually I see no point at all in sami007's question. Let's suppose that he has a problem with Israel's political behaviour and Guitardude1 actually lives in some settlement on the west bank or so. Then what? Never talk to him anymore? Flame him? Boycott his every word? What would you think if I, a German, would ask a Polish member if he lives in former East Prussia and, if he did, would cease talking to him? Same in this case. I don’t know what the rest of you guys and dolls think, but unless someone here should turn out to be a nazi or a dedicated Al’Quaida supporter who laughs his guts out at every bomb or any other kind of insane “polititical” murderer, I DON’T CARE. I don’t care whether someone’s a Mormon or a Buddhist or an Agnostic like me. You want to talk politics? Well, I know many, many places on the net to fire away. The only politics I’m interested in when I’m here are cultural politics. In Israel, Germany, Brazil, Sweden, Finland, and so on: How do politicians in these and other countries treat cultural topics? Now, perhaps sami007 really was just curious. OK. But I just felt I had to write this.
P.S.: The Kahlùa-Question to any "Dude" is posted here!
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