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FRANCE'S FUTURE- PERMANENT CONFLICT

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Submitted by .BATYA DAGAN (United States), Nov 8, 2005 at 12:18

The future of FRANCE will indeed be permanent conflict. From now on the French will no longer eat frogs but swallow them whole .
The decrepit humanity that lives in France today is not descendent of the JEDAS who stopped the MOORS in 732 but of the collaborators who gave the French Jews to the NAZIS before they even asked.
Sad as this is I can't find tears in my eyes.
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