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Submitted by Jules Posten (United States), Oct 12, 2012 at 10:51

there is the tale of the Pitcher and the Stone, which ends with the Pitcher in broken pieces, proving that if matters not whether the STONE hits the PITCHER or the PITCHER hits the STONE, it will always be BAD NEWS for the PITCHER. if you can draw your own conclusions regarding Elected Islamists or Dictators, either way is BAD NEWS for the USA, Israel or by extension any Western Interests.

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