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..a "Stockholm Syndrome"?

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Submitted by Art Victor (United States), Aug 8, 2008 at 16:44

I fully agree. So many in Israel it seems, and of course in America, ( and Europe ) do not seem to really comprehend the nature of Islamofascism, the 'pneumopathology 'in so much of the Muslim world, -the demented hate-filled mentalities that we must confront. I see too much 'wishful thinking', and yes,-a mega "Stockholm Syndrome" at work. And, "The Socialism of Fools" is still quite fashionable".Blame the Jews."-- the 'meme' is embedded. How do we bring down the "walls in the head"?

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