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It's basic behavioral conditioning at work here

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Submitted by Uncle Vladdi (Canada), Dec 30, 2014 at 22:23

Someone sort of famous or important once said something like this:

"It is almost impossible to get someone to understand even the most simple truth, when their salary and security depends on their NOT-understanding it."

That pretty-much sums up any and ALL "public employees."

They'd rather we die than they risk their precious pensions.

They will only react to islam's threat when it becomes the LESSER threat.

;-)

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