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Eurabia as the Next Dunkirk: Deja Vu?

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Submitted by Stuart (United States), Jul 25, 2005 at 12:50

A stymied nation, once proud and powerful, but now suppressed and angry.

A former world power, trying to hold onto its shrinking world holdings in a changing world.

How long were the Brits lulled into thinking Germany would not arise and threaten them? How many Germans lived on British soil in the 1930s? How many Brits thought like Chamberlain - appease them and they will leave us alone.

How many Germans were convinced theirs was the master race, waiting to take its place at the top of the food chain?

The German leaders saw the the Jews as a real or imagined enemy, to be blamed for Germany's troubles, while the Brits saw the Jews an no more than a nuisance, their struggle to live free in a place to call their own a threat to arab dominance and British influence in the middle east.

Is Britain ready and able to avoid the mistakes of the '30s? Will Blair be able to head off another Dunkirk as Europe turns into Eurabia?
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