Re: AFS Scouts
gregor herrmann (Gregor.Herrmann@UIBK.AC.AT)
Thu, 8 Sep 1994 12:37:49 +0200
> "Hannes G. Hernler" <HERNLER@HSPT.TU-GRAZ.AC.AT> writes:
> >"Settummanque, the blackeagle" <waltoml@WKUVX1.WKU.EDU> wrote:
> >> There are two rules of thumb here. International Law says that
> >> uniformed members of any nation (police, fire, military and scouts,
> >> for example)
> Nope...the international law is one conerning UNIFORMED members of any
> one nation (as in the "uniform of the participants of the Olympics",
> the "uniform of the participants of scouting or guiding programs", as
> in the "uniforms of the property or personal protection personnel of
> each nation", etc. etc.). It is NOT a "international Scouting law";
please show me this "international law"!
> I didn't write the law....the law was written
a written international law is something that's VERY new to me!
> For crying out loud, this is the SYMBOL of a
> nation of PEOPLE [...] It is NOT the person you are
interesting point. what is the difference between the people and the
persons? i guess you are constructing a fictional entity called "the
people" as a being of it self.
if like IMO a people is the sum of the persons living there then i
can either respect them or not but i cannot respect the people
without the person. btw: i wouldn't see much use in honoring a people as
a whole even if it existed.
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