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Begging Bowl

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Submitted by Sword of Islam (United Kingdom), Apr 1, 2010 at 08:01

Of course, it is your tradition to be unable to live with people of other religions. Which is why India had to be cut in two. It is also your tradition to build primitive nuclear weapons despite the fact that you still rely on the West to fill your begging bowl. I prefer our traditions - which is why we are a G8 country and on the Security Council of the UN. While you and your ... countrymen are washing in the ... Ganges! Stay in India. We don't want any more of your beggars.

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