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Time, you old Gypsy man, can't you stay?

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Submitted by Sarah (Sweden), Mar 6, 2006 at 16:17

Yes, Europe will be darkened. The Muslims will soon become majority.
It will be darkened the way Europe was once darkened after the fall of the Rome.

Rome will fall again and then Europe will start anew.

History repeats itself and so no civilisation is eternal. Hammer of constuction is followed by the hammer of destruction. This is the rule of Time.

Stop time if you can... and make your civilisation eternal.
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