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How many read Mein Kampf?

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Submitted by michael c (United Kingdom), Jul 27, 2005 at 13:01

Nobody took Hitler at his word in the mid 1930s. Nobody is today taking that much notice of what radical islam has published and said over and over again, because the means to achieve those fantastic goals have not been demonstrated. We think of them as lunatics, until they aquire more impressive weapons, when our perceptions will change just as our father's generation had to change their ideas in 1938.
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