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Reader comment on item: Islamic Economics: What Does It Mean?

Submitted by Nick4693 (Japan), Sep 26, 2007 at 20:18

It all seems part of their plan to dominate the West. We need Saudi oil, and their profits ($80 a barrel) are being used against us. In other words, we are paying for our own demise.

The recent Middle East flurry of takeover bids for certain stock exchanges, including that for the London SE, should not be easily ignored. Whether by Qatar, Dubai or Saudi Arabia, they are all tarred with the same Islamic brush.

Perhaps they are figuring that this is quicker than waiting for their overseas populations to grow in order to beat us at the polls. Shelving their demographic strategy for the moment, they have changed their tactics to economics. Meanwhile, they have us bogged down in Iraq and Afghanistan (and who knows; perhaps Iran some time in the future) .

Hate to be a scaremonger, but unless we view these actions seriously and take some counter action of our own, dhimmitude looms even closer than ever.


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