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You go, guy!

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Submitted by Mark Waldman (United States), Mar 5, 2008 at 08:05

Guy Macher's comments on the potential for dhimmitude -- if you aren't familiar with the term, you'd better look it up -- are to the point. We are watching the death of Europe as we have known it, and the growth of Eurabia. Viz the term "creeping Sharia." From clitorectomies to honor killlings, European life is slowly retreating into crude barbarism.

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