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Thread #159491   Message #3779370
Posted By: GUEST,Musket
17-Mar-16 - 03:57 AM
Thread Name: BS: A 'rights' issue?
Subject: RE: BS: A 'rights' issue?
So you agree with the situation as it stands already? The only thing that would be different in the quote you give to the status quo is culpability after the event. No legislation could or would prevent private civil action so all that happens is our indemnity insurance goes up because our insurers would be obliged to cover our legal costs. Been there before.

I give up. I tried debating with him, tried addressing his points objectively and away you go.

The view of this Mr Jouty is from his perspective. There are other perspectives and just as in many fields, he wants what already exists but is asking for it as if it didn't because in this case, it didn't suit the needs of what he represents. Their hand wringing exercise needs another scape goat, basically. The telling point is in dragging WHO into his speech. What the flying fuck has national legal process to do with an international public health surveillance and intervention council?