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not to paraphrase but to quote Montaigne and Erasmus:

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Submitted by charles fortner (United States), Aug 15, 2006 at 17:47

In his essay 'On the Art of Conversation', Michel de Montaigne cites Erasmus.
'As it was ingeniously and aptly put by the man who first said it: 'Stercus cuique suum bene olet.' (Everyone's shit smells good to himself.)'

All the vices of the islamo fascists are equally the lusts of the Christians and the Hebrews.

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