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Who's the impartial referee?

Posted by: Barry Stoller on February 15, 19100 at 13:34:05:

In Reply to: I would hesitate to call that oppression posted by NJ on February 14, 19100 at 11:59:06:

: I agree, Barry, that 'people defending their former privileges' will be dealt with. I would hesitate to call that oppression, though, because I don't believe that stripping people of their undeserved property, or throwing criminals in prison after due process, counts as 'oppression'. In my book that counts as 'justice'.

But to the 'absolute rights' and 'absolute morality' held by this dude, YOUR actions would be wrong and amoral---and unjust.

: I argue quite differently, that the capitalists in defending their privileges are acting immorally, and should be punished for this, as should any other common criminals.

Who's the impartial referee?

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