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Maybe there's a way out from under the UK's abject cowardice

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Submitted by Carl Sesar (United States), Feb 12, 2008 at 21:21

It's a big "maybe," but there's got to be some stalwart Brits left, Brits unafraid of the jihadists in their midst, and disgusted at the anti-Semitism endemic among their fellow Brits.

As things get worse, Brits are going to polarize between appeasers and those fed up with being dhimmis in their own country. As incidents of terrorist intimidation and violence become more frequent and brazen, as they surely will, some Brits may eventually decide to retaliate, and there'll be a showdown. It won't be pretty, but most likely it's the only way out.

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