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Islamic bribery to promote anti-jihad

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in response to reader comment: oh thx 4 reminding me!

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Feb 10, 2009 at 05:30

Hi, Eins !

Thanks for responding to the comment. What you write below :

> at that time, i was at university. but i only heard a lil 'bout such. and i didn't even care.
Oh,the situation is too bad. Now I feel so ashamed that 1 part of my tuition was covered by islam bribery.<

looks quite intriguing to me. Could you amplify a little , please? I'd love to know.

Anyway, as Moslems abuse and misuse our humanistic frame of mind and economy everywhere they only can on a massive scale, then why should we mind misguiding and expoiting them in turn? If Moslem bribery helped you, you may still remain an active enemy of Islam, as anyone in his/her senses must be. This would do some damagae to Islam which is a positive contribution to preserving our civilization from that new plague. You could be ashamed , if you were hoodwinked by Islam's bribery and/or threats to become part of its wide propanganda machinery and a member of the Moslem Fifth Column in the West.

>anyway, since Obama's a socialist, i still think and want to believe that he wont bring US to the verge of Islam homogenization.<

I am afraid Hussein Obama has little understanding what socialism is all about and for whom it has been designed. For me he is just an opportunist that has come to power bestowing wild promises and offices upon those who have paid for his presidential campaign which was the most expensive in US history. As big Moslem money was involved and his Moslem record and connections are quite impressive, I suspect he may contribute to surreptitious Islamization as much as Reagan did in the 80-ties by making the weak Saudis and the illiterate Afghan bandits a modern well-equipped and organized army of jihadist expansionism. This can't promote my optimism, can it ?

Best regards!

Ianus

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