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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Aug 23, 2006 at 16:08

We have 3 choices. 1. We can continue to struggle with the present circumstances and take our chances and suffer the consequences. 2. We can reciprocate with action that will encourage Muslims to cease and desist because it will become too costly for them to continue. 3. We can submit to Islam and learn to live as dhimmis. Number 3 will make Ahmadinejad, Allah and the Mahdi very happy.

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