Handicap International against antipersonal mines

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+1 1. Malakyte commented 5 years ago

Flippant ! / Disturbing!
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+16 2. krillemaster commented 5 years ago

whichever country planted the mines in a war/conflict should be forced to remove ALL mines afterwards...

Disgusting invention...
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+4 3. FootballMadMan commented 5 years ago

It Is So Sad :(
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+17 4. LightAng3l commented 5 years ago

#2 In 9 out of 10 cases the country that plants the mines is the country the mines are planted in. Because land mines are area-denial weapons, designed to be used against invading forces.
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+12 5. Dmitry commented 5 years ago

The mines are not anti-personal, they are very personal, the correct term is anti-personnel, and there is no way to ban them as long as there are still wars, and there will always be wars as long as there are privately owned central banks raking in insane amounts of cash from wars. Sorry if it depresses you, but it's the reality of the world we live in.
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-2 6. eymrich commented 5 years ago

It's a bit of an impasse... One solution is you can consider anti-personnel(thx #5) as you consider bio/chemical weapons. So if someone produce/distribuite everyone should bomb the shit out of them.
But... then you make big wars to stop using a weapons in particular..
Were maybe you use depleted uranium, white phoshoros ecc..
And also then you have to bomb my country, italy.. i heard we produce lots of them :/
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+4 7. mwak commented 5 years ago

I'm happy my submit was posted .. I had nightmare from this as a kid ... but the message is still very good and strong
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-6 8. jackDjohnson commented 5 years ago

What a Horrible Fuking Video.... cant we get some shit to laugh at on snotr anymore ??? WTF !!
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+4 9. dunnagh commented 5 years ago

#2 furthermore often the country that plants the mines is non-existent after the war - at least the government responsible for planting them.

But I agree that we as a whole (UN?) should be responsible for
a) stopping the fuckin´ production of those
b) should make a BIG effort to remove them from the face of the earth.