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Typical Muslim supremacist

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Submitted by Susan (United States), Jan 26, 2009 at 13:59

Considering the nauseating manner in which the Bush adminstration groveled to the Saudi slime, I wonder exactly what this savage bedouin expects from his inferior American slaves in exchange for blessing the West with the honor of buying the sole resource produced and exported by the desolate fiefdom of Arabia, which would not be available to make them filthy rich without Western manpower and technology.

If anything has sullied our reputation and weakened our position in the world, it is the way we have appeased these savages and ignored the threat their ideology poses our national security.. I find it humiliating and embarrassing for my country to kowtow to these primitives and allow them to blackmail us and dictate our foreign policy. What have they ever done for us? NOTHING but export their vile religion, their radical clerics, and their terrorists, all backed by billions of petro-dollars to spread their filthy Wahabbism and its doctrine of intolerance, jihad, hate, and imperialism. They spend their immense wealth on creature comforts and luxuries that most people could never imagine, much less experience, and to spread their wicked religion throughout the world while our military protects them from their homegrown fanatics and radical neighbors. They are not our friends or allies; they are supremacist Muslim totalitarians and I despise everything they stand for.

If he is so concerned about the plight of the pitiful "refugees", why doesn't he orgainize a massive airlift to his idyllic kingdom where they could all live in peace and prosperity? I guess he didn't read Hamas's manifesto, which clearly states that its goal is to destroy the Jewish state of Israel and drive the Jews into the sea. I find it difficult to envision a "peace process" in that declaration or maybe he thinks like Ghandi and wants the Jews to voluntarily submit to extermination for the sake of world peace and to gain the eternal gratitude and respect of the world, such a small sacrifice for the greater good. I'm surprised one of the "human rights" gurus at the U.N. has not issued such a resolution. Considering the farcical irrelevancy of the Orwellian U.N., absolutely anything is possible. The so-called Palestinian people do not recognize or accept Israel's sovereignty and right to exist so this is an endless war with occasional truces called by the cowardly Muslims so they can rearm. This looks like an eternal war to me unless the Muslims change, and they will not.

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