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Defending our legacy

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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Apr 24, 2006 at 10:03

As long as there are weak-kneed jam tarts ready to throw in the towel, lest the likes of Zarqawi, Zawahiri and bin Laden be upset; it is up to the rest of us to stand on the ground given to us.

After all, one aspect of either the Jewish or Christian faith traditions is monotheism, and an effect of that is: equality of all before the law. Something which is curiously absent from the makeup of those people who want to convert the world, and for those who do not they live in dhimmitude.

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