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  • Curt, here are my beliefs

    I am a French, whose roots come From Brittany and Germany

    I can’t believe any more in any religion since I studied palaeontology and known that human species is purely a fruit of random and there are definitly no Great Architect of the Universe.


    I believe in what told Karl Marx “ Religion is the people Opium”.

    I teach my kids to be tolerant to respect laws and fight for better share of this world goods

    I try to learn my children the history of our Old Europe for them to stay in Peace



    I believe in European Union, as too much blood has been poured upon our soils



    I believe in German French Friendship as I don’t want my son to fight Kraut’s son


    Following my divorce I’m no more able to love or to be in love or to believe in the love of a woman

    I believe abortion is definitely a "right" of a woman, but I think too that the father may have something to say in what happens to his baby.

    I definitely agree that there is no more honourable thing than to serve your country in the military services, and when France stopped with military service it was an enormous mistake

    Me too, I believe that immigration, illegal or otherwise, should be strictly controlled in ALL countries

    I believe that anyone caught in Europe Union illegally must be treated following the Human rights bills and has right to an attorney, health care, etc… before to be returned to his original country.

    I believe that no one can be impeached to work due to his skin colour, sex, age, handicap and that law must be vigilant and punish those who don’t respect this right to work .

    I believe in the right of expression for everybody as long as the exposed opinions don’t profess hatred, discrimination or extermination toward any human being because of his religion, philosophy or skin colour.

    As palaeontologist I don’t believe in human races because our genetic pool is the same, in scientific terms if the phenotype is different the genotype is the same



    I profess socialism ,this is the right for all world citizens in an equal way, to share use and protect the common goods of our world.

    I believe in a democracy where all citizens could participate by their vote and act candidature to elections based on their will and skills and not by the help of the amount of money they own.



    I believe in the 1st paragraph of the declaration of the human and citizen rights: “ All human being are born and stay free and equal in rights. Social Distinctions between them can be made only through Community Usefulness ( not by birth heritage as nobility)

    Tobacco Alcohol could be tolerated as long as theyt does not put you or your neighbours in trouble

    There are no hopes through prayers only through common will to make life better

    I agree too with Curt in the power of proper punishment followed by well-reasoned explanation for that punishment for all children until they turn 18.

    I defnitly agree with Curt with the fact that stupidity and ignorance should be pointed-out and derided, and honesty, intelligence, and forthrightness rewarded

    I believe too that people are good and honest until they prove otherwise

    I believe I should be proud to be a French willing to build a great peaceful nation called European Union

    I believe that life is short that there is no hell no heaven after death just NOTHING!.




    I believe that there are no absolute notion of good and bad



    I believe that good and bad is a relative notion depending on the context of the civilisation which bear it,



    I believe that the civilisation by the add of knowledge help men to make their life better.



    I believe that the law and procedure help and protect the citizen against the excess of the powerful or the outlaw.



    I believe that the story of life is a random action and is a contingent one,



    I believe that there are few hope that intelligent life exist elsewhere in the universe, and in consequences we are to ourselves, master of our species and of its development

    Jean-Luc BETIN
    French Citizen
    Proud member of the European Union
    The Best weapon ever:a good Joke. The Best shield ever: Humour
    JLBETIN© Aka Der Wanderer TOAW Section Leader is a █ WHQ/SZO/XG/Gamesquad® product since 01/2003
    The Birth of European Army Tournament round Three is opened

  • #2
    hoho... are you guys running for something? ... much like that Kerry and bush thing ...

    well, nevertheless, jean luc, here is my vote:
    Attn to ALL my opponents:

    If you sent me your turn and after 24 hours, you still did not get anything from me, please be sure to post in the forum to ask for what is going on.

    Remember, I ALWAYS reply within 24 hours, even if I do NOT have time to play my turn, in which case I will at least send you email to tell you that I will have to play it later, but I DO receive your turn.

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    • #3
      Except perhaps for:

      1 ) your adherence to socialism. In my opinion, this philosophy, and even more so communism, can only work with a society made of 100% honest and hard-working citizens, which is an utopia.

      2) your lack of faith in extraterrestrial civilizations. In my opinion, it is just mathematically obvious that in this vast universe there is somewhere, somehow, another intelligent civilization. We might never meet them or talk to them but it most probably exists nonetheless.

      The rest of your values are very modern and reasonable, they represent the quintessence of what is a modern and civilized human being.

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      • #4
        I agree with a lot of what you say Jean Luc, of course I disagree about religion. I have read a lot of physics and to me this universe is just too complicated to be here by accident. I am now studing superstring theory, a small part of an even more complicated M theory. Now if superstring and M theory holds then IMHO this universe will be just so complicated that God is required to explain it.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Tzar
          2) your lack of faith in extraterrestrial civilizations. In my opinion, it is just mathematically obvious that in this vast universe there is somewhere, somehow, another intelligent civilization. We might never meet them or talk to them but it most probably exists nonetheless.

          The rest of your values are very modern and reasonable, they represent the quintessence of what is a modern and civilized human being.
          Yes Jean-Luc! Come over to the light side. Doesn't the fact that standing water once existed on Mars make you think: my god (oops wrong word! ) there could have been life on another planet here on our own solar system. It _must_ exist out there in others!
          ...a man that can stand up for a principle and sit down on his own stool.
          -the Firesign Theatre

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          • #6
            It seems hypocritical to say that 'human species is purely a fruit of random and there are definitly no Great Architect of the Universe.'

            and then say:

            'I believe that there are few hope that intelligent life exist elsewhere in the universe, and in consequences we are to ourselves, master of our species and of its development'

            If we are a fruit of random coincidence then surely it would be concievable that this rondomness has occurred more than once, in a way that results in life.
            oops back to the old drawing board.
            Not lip service, nor obsequious homage to superiors, nor servile observance of forms and customs...the Australian army is proof that individualism is the best and not the worst foundation upon which to build up collective discipline - General Monash

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            • #7
              Well said Jean-Luc! I agree completely to all of your points. Keep on going
              "A platoon of Chinese tanks viciously attacked a Soviet harvester,
              which was peacefully working a field near the Soviet-Chinese border.
              The harvester returned fire and upon destroying the enemy
              returned to its home base."

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              • #8
                I believe in life out of solar system

                Friends,

                I don't say that life does not exist on other planet I'm 100% confident that there is life probably Carbon based in many solar systems( found lot of carbon based molecules in outer space even in interstellar space, same as those used by our boichemical life process on earth) . Great chance that they are bacterias

                What I told is the processus which drive us to counscious is so plenty of random actions, that the probabilty that an Inteligent Form of life exist is very very very low.

                So in counsciuos I think that we are probably alone in universe as inteligent species, or if your prefer: There was inteligence before us or there will be an inteligent one after us. But the process is so complicated that there is few hope that we meet ET during the extent of the human species . Main duration for a specie is 1.000.000 years, we are at 10% of this ( it is estimated that Homo sapiens sapiens is born in Africa 100.000 years ago)

                Der WanderPaleontologist
                The Best weapon ever:a good Joke. The Best shield ever: Humour
                JLBETIN© Aka Der Wanderer TOAW Section Leader is a █ WHQ/SZO/XG/Gamesquad® product since 01/2003
                The Birth of European Army Tournament round Three is opened

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                • #9
                  jlbetin, you are obviously the product of a secular world. I will pray for you.

                  It never ceases to amaze me that people can blindly embrace a one in 1 Billion-Quadrillion chance that the right combination of molecules came together on one planet to form life, without a lick of solid evidence to support that theory, yet deride others for believing in "intelligent design" or God.

                  *shakes head with a grin*

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by CPangracs
                    jlbetin, you are obviously the product of a secular world. I will pray for you.

                    It never ceases to amaze me that people can blindly embrace a one in 1 Billion-Quadrillion chance that the right combination of molecules came together on one planet to form life, without a lick of solid evidence to support that theory, yet deride others for believing in "intelligent design" or God.

                    *shakes head with a grin*
                    Think about it from your OWN perspective. Shouldn't the presence of Aussies and Euros on this forum DISPROVE the theory of 'intelligent design'?
                    ...a man that can stand up for a principle and sit down on his own stool.
                    -the Firesign Theatre

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by CPangracs
                      jlbetin, you are obviously the product of a secular world. I will pray for you.

                      It never ceases to amaze me that people can blindly embrace a one in 1 Billion-Quadrillion chance that the right combination of molecules came together on one planet to form life, without a lick of solid evidence to support that theory, yet deride others for believing in "intelligent design" or God.

                      *shakes head with a grin*
                      It's nice of you to pray , but on your main comment:

                      Of course the chance is very low, but, and that's the nice thing about maths, a low chance does not mean that something is impossible. And that is why i support the "secular" view here.
                      "A platoon of Chinese tanks viciously attacked a Soviet harvester,
                      which was peacefully working a field near the Soviet-Chinese border.
                      The harvester returned fire and upon destroying the enemy
                      returned to its home base."

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by mr_clark
                        It's nice of you to pray , but on your main comment:

                        Of course the chance is very low, but, and that's the nice thing about maths, a low chance does not mean that something is impossible. And that is why i support the "secular" view here.
                        Or that the very idea of somebody ruling over your head or interfering with your affairs is bothersome to you. I mean, you would have to answer to all evils and sins you've done in your life, and that means God higher than you actually have moral standards which everybody must adhere to.

                        No offense, I've met a few people who rejected God just because they wanted to "party" hard and let live free with little or no moral standards.

                        As for me, I can't imagine a world without God, then what's the point of living if we're just gonna be ashes in ground? Think about it, this almost begs for no moral standards and just basically let everything go free. That would be a disaster...

                        Anyway, just pitching in my two cents....

                        Dan
                        Major James Holden, Georgia Badgers Militia of Rainbow Regiment, American Civil War

                        "Aim small, miss small."

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Tiberius
                          Think about it from your OWN perspective. Shouldn't the presence of Aussies and Euros on this forum DISPROVE the theory of 'intelligent design'?
                          Touche! However, you forgot to mention your northern neighbours. surely you cant let them get of too lightly!
                          Not lip service, nor obsequious homage to superiors, nor servile observance of forms and customs...the Australian army is proof that individualism is the best and not the worst foundation upon which to build up collective discipline - General Monash

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Cheetah772
                            Or that the very idea of somebody ruling over your head or interfering with your affairs is bothersome to you. I mean, you would have to answer to all evils and sins you've done in your life, and that means God higher than you actually have moral standards which everybody must adhere to.
                            LoL...sounds like your omnipresent concerns contra the UN, or EU...
                            I have no problem at all with being proved wrong. Especially when being proved wrong leaves the world a better place, than being proved right...

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by JAMiAM
                              LoL...sounds like your omnipresent concerns contra the UN, or EU...
                              Nice of you to be back online....I guess your wife had enough of you, right?

                              Dan
                              Major James Holden, Georgia Badgers Militia of Rainbow Regiment, American Civil War

                              "Aim small, miss small."

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