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Canterbury Tales of Abdication to Sharia Law: talking points to convince the nation

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Submitted by Jo Ellen Davey Cohen (United States), Feb 12, 2008 at 19:53

'Never say die,' a British war cry when facing the Nazi menace, has been replaced with 'Pardon our ignorance' with respect to Sharia Law.

Our friends across the pond are now so heavily saturated with Islamic customs and law, that a 'white flag and weak knees' is an entirely proper British response.

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