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in response to reader comment: Just two comments to Romesh

Submitted by Jaisingh Thakur (India), Jul 18, 2007 at 00:17

Dear friend,

For the information of people like you , let me state just one point as opposed to the two points that you made to Romesh Chander. People like me and Romesh Chander are "wasting" our time trying to draw the attention of the world at large, ( at least those who find time to surf the net), to the greatest threat faced by our human civilisation till date. Come to think of it, there was a solution to the menace of Hitler. Once the European Powers closed their ranks and joined forces against him, the game was up. This course of action, howsoever warranted though it be in the present circumstances, is bound to create doubts and misgivings in the minds of the societies plagued by the muslim presence on their soil. Were it not for the fact that in such liberal societies, people like you, using the several concessions granted to you by our system rise to a position and at a time of your choosing, subvert the very system that has fed and nurtured you. The danger, indeed, is very real. But is any one listening ?


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