This is not to cry over some perceived unfairness to the Nazi, but rather to stand astounded that all Communists aren't being rounded up today with the same fervor. You claim to want justice for totalitarian perpetrators of genocide? Great, just don't pick and choose.
Not all Communists are genocidal, only their leaders. In the same way, not all Nazis deserved to go on trial (IFAIK, 10% went), nor the ones who faced trial should ben condemned, (again, AFAIK, 10% were). I've heard people say that it is a shame that it went that way and that all Nazis should have been prosecuted and hung. However most of then had no say on the fate of the inmates of concentration camps, nor had important roles in the party, nor have anything to do with the Nazi party besides being affiliated. Heck, Oskar Schindler was a Nazi.
Setting aside the numbers, did you know that Brazil is a genocidal country? The Brazilian government is building a barrage that will flood the lands of some Indian tribes, and is yet to provide a territory for such people to live. But what does the world do? Nothing, because it's a capitalist country and an ally to EU and US.
The Terrorists are considered an Evil group. However they are are just a bunch of bullies, who haven't (compared to the military actions in the past) gained much foothold.
The Communists were less Evil, but more a solid threat, the Soviets had taken control of many countries, and having a Nuclear Arsenal as well made them really scarry.
There is some disagreement about those people being evil, especially the communists. One could easily say that the capitalists are the greater evil, especially the owners big corporations, because they pollute the Earth, are utterly greedy, etc and have no concern for the distribution of resources among those who need them. The CIA, on behalf of a capitalist state, participated in coups d'état in various countries, the US invaded Nicaragua, Panama, Hawaii, just to name a few countries. Thus, capitalism is evil.
About the terrorists, I can say that the main distinction between a terrorist group and a state is that other countries recognizes the occupation of territory by a state, but not by a terrorist group, no matter the opinion of the people in the occupied territories.
The Nazis, on the other hand, are held as the embodiment of evil, almost unanimously.
Also, it turns out the inspiration for SpaceX was the idea of sending mice to Mars.
What would be to point of sending mice to Mars?... unless it was about sending the mice to Mars.
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Australia's geographical distance from much of the rest of the world and its relatively late contact with the West means that its biological ecosystem is unlike those of many other nations. To protect this, the country restricts what can be brought into the country. The impact of alien species on Australian wildlife was made clear early in the 20th century, when the cane toad, indigenous to Central and South America, was introduced to north Queensland in the hope of controlling the local cane beetle population. While the toads had little impact on the beetle population, they unexpectedly thrived in their new environment. Their effects on Australia's ecology include the depletion of native species that die eating cane toads; the poisoning of pets and humans; depletion of native fauna preyed on by cane toads; and reduced prey populations for native insectivores, such as skinks. The population of a few thousand cane toads introduced in 1935 is now in the millions, and are now considered pests that the Australian government is trying to eradicate.
Depp isn't the only American celebrity to run afoul of Australian biosecurity laws. In 2013, a Katy Perry album that featured flower seeds in its packaging triggered a biosecurity alert from Australia's Agriculture Department. "Most people are excited to think that there's an attachment between biosecurity and someone as popular as Katy Perry," said Vanessa Findlay, Australia's chief plant protection officer.
run OpenBSD. =)
Because only people smart enough to run OpenBSD and install (I think it includes compiling) and start a DE and overcome all the compatibility issues between Moonlight and Silverlight (the booth *must* be written in Silverlight) should be allowed to vote.
That way, you will not even need to ensure anonymity, because it's not hard to find the ones capable of doing the above.
The NSI phones are often distributed to mentally challenged individuals or medical shut-ins, who are largely unattended during the day, as a way for them to call help in an emergency. These folks--many infirm/all lonely--learned that the phone would dial 911, and the operator-unlike most people they encountered (if they encountered people at all) would speak with them. Many such calls were repeated dozens of times (or more) each day. And the rest were just dopes with nothing better to do.
Isn't in the US a number you can call when you feel depressed, something like the Lifeline I've just found about on Google? It would be more useful if NSI phones could make that kind of calls, too.