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Re: Greek Revolution

Post  Professor Plum on Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:35 am

War and diplomacy are very, very in depth matters.

I'm not sure as to the alliances and treaties Spain has subjected itself to; but not upholding any of those is very, very bad.

Regardless of what the majority think.
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Re: Greek Revolution

Post  silbador on Thu Jun 30, 2011 2:06 pm

Spain isn't the governors.
Spain is its people.

If the people want something, Spain want that thing.

If we don't respect that, there isn't democracy (demos - people, cratos - power).

There wasn't any previous treat. In that moment a treat was made.
Spain didn't want that treat (and 4 years later, we broke it).
The oil isn't a reason to loot a country cat (except for the politicians xD)

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Post  Professor Plum on Thu Jun 30, 2011 2:21 pm

Again, people vote in people to make these decisions for them. A primary flaw in democracy.

That's how it's supposed to work, though - it's not able to be fixed. Unless you have a revolutionary new governmental system?

I'm glad you're not running a country though, you wouldn't get very far by pissing over treaties and alliances!
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