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Boojatta Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-27-06 10:50 AM
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28. Can we try to make a few distinctions?
Edited on Sun Aug-27-06 10:51 AM by Boojatta
Or throw the Franks out of France, and give the Gauls back their ancient territories. Seriously, this is just moronic.

From what doctrine did you extract the idea of throwing people out? Even if you prove in court that you had a perfectly valid contract to buy a particular piece of property and that the owner breached the contract when an opportunity arose to sell it to someone else for a higher price, the courts will not necessarily let you pay the original price and take possession. You might simply get some money.

Are the facts that "France" is the accepted name of a country and "Frank" sounds like "France" supposed to play a role in supporting your claim about Franks and France?

Suppose that after the German government annexed Austria and occupied Czechoslovakia, it had not annexed, occupied, attacked or invaded any other countries. Is there some amount of time after which it would have been foolish to think of Austria and Czechoslovakia as anything but parts of Germany?
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