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An early 20th century "1984"

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Submitted by Edward Cline (United States), May 28, 2014 at 08:38

Written by the most unlikely author, Chesterson. Instead of a dramatic conquest as depicted by Chesterson, Britain today seems to be going out with a whimper with the connivance of its own government's immigration, social, and judicial policies, that is: let'em all in, we need cheap labor; you can't say that about Islam or Muslims or their ancient culture and practices; you wounded the burglar who invaded your home, so you're under arrest and liable to be sued by the burglar for bodily harm.

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