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ISRAELI PALESTINIAN PEACE SIMULATION - Shared screen with speaker view
charles
31:41
no you can't start motherfuckaaa😂🔥
johnny
32:00
XD
Franke Wilmer
32:14
No I am not
david
33:02
be quiet for sec you oldass💀
charles fredricks
36:07
They appear to be hacking the chat as well: previous post from ‘charles' is not from me
Huseyin Gari
37:06
how have they managed to do this?
Olivia Southward
37:11
Me too Charles, two messages from me were not from me.
Host Dam
37:17
Because yall are such an idiot
gabriel Hayon
37:33
ducking
gabriel Hayon
37:36
suck my cock
gabriel Hayon
37:39
israel should destroy
gabriel Hayon
37:41
palestine
gabriel Hayon
37:50
ISRAEL
gabriel Hayon
37:51
ISRAEL
gabriel Hayon
37:52
ISRAEL
Giacomo Valentini
57:00
Very interesting point of view. The IPC has no police, no army so cannot use violence to enforce its decisions
Giacomo Valentini
59:29
The Swiss Confederation
Giacomo Valentini
59:52
The EU is not a Confederation
Franke Wilmer
01:02:23
Swiss is a good example. I realize that the EU is not officially a confederation or federation but it has some characteristic of a confederation. My point is that we are talking about a model for which there does not seem to be a precedent - still sorting this through
Giacomo Valentini
01:08:47
Indeed there is no precedent. I agree the name confederation is misleading. I've found it hard to find an effective alternative
David Cohen
01:10:31
Are Israel, PA and Gaza governments sovereign states?
Giacomo Valentini
01:10:38
The analogy between the IPC assembly and the European Parliament is apt - both are composed of members elected by universal suffrage, and pass legislation subject to approval by their respective states of origin.
Giacomo Valentini
01:29:33
The IPC submits its legislation to the three governments. It does not submit it to the legislatures. If it did, it would be more like an NGO. By submitting it to the executives, it seeks a direct governmental interaction