Kenya's Parliament erupts into chaos as government rams through brutal "anti-terrorism" law


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It’s good to see such an empathic response. While, in the US, no government employees even pushed each other around over torture.


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Too bad that its not that outrageous to think that the USA has a hand in a proposition as outrageous as this.


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Possibly because we actually did allow the indefinite detention of American citizens, including a suspension of habeas corpus, as the result of the NDAA’s 2012 provisions. Maybe it would have been more civilized if our government reacted like this!


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What is the point of fisticuffs in this situation? Does the winner of a fight get to change the loser’s vote?


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Evening up the score with bloodied noses, so it does not have to be done later with petty obstructionism.


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“the new law, which allows the government to imprison suspects for 360 days without charge”

Of course, the US has been holding a bunch of people for about 12 years without even the vague intention of eventually charging them.


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YouTube video or it didn’t happen.


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When your voice fails, sometimes you have to resort to violence to ensure the future of your people. For an example, please read about the American Revolution.


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