Do you understand the difference between the phrases "the American Constitution" and "Societies decide"?
So you must be saying the American Constitution is not what a society has decided even though the USA has kept it? So what do you mean by 'societies' ?
Do you think that America constitutes all societies or that all societies are bound by its Constitution? Do you think that all societies are the same or make the same decisions?
So we need to find out what exactly you mean by societies. Do you mean countries and their laws are not societies, as it would seem, and if so, what do you mean by societies?
Which is what I said isnt it? Different societies have different ideas about what is extremist therefore there wasnt much point in you referring to extremism because its different for different people.
I have shown you the UK definition.
And I have shown you where you don't fully acknowledge it in that British values is to tolerate religious faith and beliefs and you dont.
As an exercise you can find out for yourself whether the Russian, Chinese or North Korean definition of extremism is the same.
That would be an exercise for you to come to terms with because you are the one who said societies decide, now you are implying their decisions might not be correct. I told you different societies have different values.
You just have to be contrary. You spent large chunks of yesterday arguing that the foetus is part of a woman's body, just because I said that it wasn't. Do you actually have any beliefs or opinions of your own, or is everything you think determined by other people?
No I was asking you and tripping you up with your claims. My last response was that since the offspring is attached to the woman inside her, it cant be her body because it is a different attached entity and will eventually separate. I also showed you evidence of pro-choice abortion supporters who use the term "my body my choice" which you denied.