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Even while he was following a script, he probably thought he thought he was doing the right thing, that's what indoctrination does.
wondering if we will hear more from this kid ...
I hope that next time is not in the U.S. committing a terrorist act.
I suspected this all along. It's all the fault of them Democrats and Cherokee Indians!
uhuh ... cutting off the internet ?
An unintended yet timely response from Estonia:
FYI: insightful, IMO.
Estonian President Warns of ‘Self-Occupation,’ Prompting Praise and Political Spin
Posted 16 September 2017 9:07 GMT
Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid giving a speech in June 2017. Photo by Estonian Foreign Ministry, CC-BY.
In her recent independence day speech, Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid spoke on technological change, the globalization of labor, and the dangers of close-minded nationalism. This last point has dominated global reactions to her remarks.
In her national address, which marked the 26th anniversary of Estonian independence from the Soviet Union, President Kaljulaid talked about the perceived contradictions between national and socially liberal values. Her remarks were concrete and straight forward, emphasizing the possibility of preserving Estonian culture “without inhibiting democracy.”
“I am proud that I am an Estonian and I do not see any contradiction in also being part of an international value-based community,” she said.