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Submitted by Whats in a name! (Sweden), Mar 7, 2006 at 17:16

Go and complain to your government. Say that you don't need anything called 'political correctness' regarding Muslims.
And oh, change your laws in a way so that none of your professors have to go to jail for not believing in holocaust. And yes, change your rules so that your Mayor (Ken Livingstone) can say whatever he wants without the fear of being suspended.

I am waiting for you to change your laws.
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