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Response to geek tragedy (Reply #19)

Mon Apr 29, 2013, 01:11 PM

21. Well, the Dakotas have a better claim to sovereignty than Tibet.

The fact is, both places are now permanent parts of other countries and any dissolution of those ties is not going to happen in any future world that remotely resembles our own.

Most places in the world are under control of one government or another, and were under another before that, and another before that. In almost all of these cases, the people living in these places have had no say in who claims where they live for their own.

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