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Submitted by Mohammed Waza Khiddif Id'ullah (Australia), Aug 21, 2015 at 06:02

"....it probably takes something of a "sick" person NOT to be aroused by the likes of, say, Kate Upton in a bikini."

I imagine she doesn't stand in front of a mirror and get off on herself. I can look at those images from a very detached , clinical, medical perspective and see all sorts of potential problems. The fact is that All that skin is just holding something really ugly in place. I must be sick. However, actual physical proximity of Ms.Upton and being in the right mood would be another thing, no doubt. Physical attraction notwithstanding, turning to your favourite bibliographic reference the advice is - sow to the flesh, reap from the flesh - or words to that effect. -

G5+1 leaves out Korea and Japan - both of these are large economies - but not real military players I guess. Russia this month has just overtaken Germany for 4th place in size of economies - but that depends on how GDP is measured I suppose.

"It seems disingenuous to me, to say that Muslims don't see this sort of thing as a continual cultural assault; but then that's only my opinion, for what it's worth."

No one is asking muslims to become involved in our cultures or even to use the internet. The Amish in the US manage - why can't the tards if they have a problem? Their mentailty seems to be to stop everyone else having a party. The ones in the West who don't like it arequite welcome to leave - but that won't happen of course.

Yes, I take the point about ISIS - they are basically just a well resourced, very , very gruesome rabble - of no real import militarilly. Nevertheless the damage they can do globally by inciting 'lone wolf' attacks could be massive - if they were intelligent and co-ordinated enough - but they're not. And they have the world's agencies watching and planning against them all the time. Just today Uncle Sam asked us to extend our bombing campaign into Syria. Sane people have no objection to that. Every bomb targetting an ISIS group means less suffering for hundreds of muslim and non-muslim men, women and children.

My attitude has hardened into 'Bring on the pest control.'

Western based muslims are more of a menace - as they're learning to play the game and through guile want to subvert it from within.

No doubt Gates etc are involved in some suspect endeavours - but it's hard to tell their real motivation.. Soros 's plans may be quite different to Bill's.

Fertility control in Africa would have remedied the EU's current problem. Humans are (mostly) nice but every soul doesn't have to be on the planet at the same time.

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