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Greed VS Rightousness

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Submitted by Yoven (United States), Sep 9, 2005 at 17:10

Western organizations is being eaten with greed. America has only recently (last 200 years) gain vast amount of wealth and they might lose (god forbid) it all thanks to greed. Learn from world history, countries like India and Persia, once the most rich countries in the world have lost all wealth due to Islamic invasion (force & peaceful). One has to stand up on principle instead of money. We as North Americans have to realize that we have the power of selling, buying, import and export. We have to protect our way of life, our values and democracy. Why do institutions like Burger King for example offer Halal meat as standard meat for its consumers? Dont they make millions already, then why bend for a few at the expense of the general public? Would Saudi Arabia or all other Islamic countries allow its minority christian population to consume pork? It seems that western institutions rather support Islamists and Islamists business than lose a couple dollars and protect our democratic values.

What's next?
Lets ban all swimsuits at the beach because Islamists would be offended?
Lets kill all pork on earth so Islamist cannot be offended?...

Lets stop this non-sense of political correctness and stand for real justice.
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