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  1. Let’s not fall prey to “Tu quoque” type fallacy arguments.

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    • This is not a fallacy. My point is the inconstancy of the West in its application of principle.

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      • Not that you will have the courage or conviction to post this comment, but you are indeed committing a fallacy. Slavery is about the ownership of people forcing them to do what you want. It could be argued that the anti-choice position is closer to modern slavery, as it represents the desire to force women (half of the population) to do what others want, irrespective of the harm it might cause.

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