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The Status quo is not viable.

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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Mar 16, 2017 at 19:27

The amount of anti-Semitism in schools, and in the media, can no longer be ignored; especially when it comes to Jordan.

I posted on facebook that Jordan should be brought back into the Commonwealth, for I consider Queen Elizabeth to be a better head of state than King Abdullah, and Mudar Zahran would be a better Prime Minister than whoever it is at this time.

Jordan needs changing, because the Mid East's problems will be compounded if it isn't, and it's already a head scratcher of a situation.

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