Itís a sad fact that the vast majority of proposals submitted without proper forum drafting, even if legal, will never go anywhere. There is a somewhat good idea in the first proposal, that vaccines should be controlled so as to avoid risk of corporations abusing vaccinations to manufacture fake ones for profit. However, due to a lack of drafting, it will most likely never materialise.
Woodrow was the guy who implemented Wilsonianism, a foreign policy which views the American invasions of foreign countries as a way to spread freedom and democracy
Rivierenland and Canlaska
Iíve just been raised to value human life and know that nobody deserves death with very few exceptions.
Thatcherís death celebrations are even more unreasonable since she didnít even indirectly kill people.
Trump should learn from his mistakes and receive due punishment, not death. If politics is enough to drive people to celebrating the loss of a human life maybe I shouldnít have anything to do with it.
thatcher making it a crime to mention gay people in schooling surely never harmed anyone and it's impossible why someone would think of her administration as having been dangerous
trump sending immigrant children to appeals courts to defend themselves isn't that bad, when i was ten i knew my way around the laws in a country i wasn't native to, those kids were getting an experience they could add to their resumes
i wonder why people are wishing harm on contemporary harmful figures whose defining legacies are rooted in irrational policy it's a tragedy and we'll never know why people think trump could possibly be seen as an amoral person 😔😔😔
That Trump can potentially be seen as an amoral person is in my opinion unsurprising. He has suffered from multiple scandals in his time, and is one of the most controversial presidents to date. However, whether people are for or against Trump, they should not wish for his death. The truth is that he, like every other world leader in history, has had to make momentous decisions, and he has sometimes made the wrong choice. He may have indirectly killed people through his alleged mismanagement of the pandemic, he may have saved lives. But we should respect him, no matter our personal opinions, and wish him a full and speedy recovery. Hatred cannot be solved with more hatred, and at times it feels like people might be beginning to forget that.
St Scarlett, Eurasies, and Canlaska
They still donít deserve death, and the Thatcher point is exaggerated, Section 28 wasnít a good thing but it didnít outright ban talking about homosexuality, it just stopped government institutions and school authorities from promoting it. A step back that did cause harm but not enough to celebrate the death of one individual.
Who will win, Georgia or Auburn?
Just a note
Wishing someone to pass away is against site rules
Think what you want but keep this RMB clean from such things or I have to intervene >:3