What is it to you that anyone on earth is entitled to discuss anything on said earth? Do you mean to tell me, to tell us, that a citizen of a country can only discuss what occurs in HIS/HER country? What we just discussed is common to all countries , not just the U.S.<quoted text>Jacques, what is it to you? You don't live in this country.
Now, I'm just an individual talking about stuff going on in the U.S.- it's a U.S. forum, open to one and all, the U.S.is supposedly the most important country in the world, so get used to it. And, I am just one person talking about these things, nothing more. Like you, I have no influence. However , your country, which has much influence, has troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, Bahrain, the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Japan, and so many other places. How does that compare to your statement, namely, "Jacques, what is it to you? You don't live in this country"? Your country just made tens of statements on Gaza and Israel. Could I say, "Detroit native, what is it to you? You don't live in Gaza or Israel".
Well, are you starting to "get it" now?