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The Degenerate Depths Of Despair

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Submitted by Seamus MacNemi (United States), Dec 3, 2007 at 14:34

Here is another example of the degenerate state of Islam in the world today. This childish display of lunacy only shows us further and more convincingly what we are up against and why we must oppose it with any and all means available to us. Islam must be forced to grow up. This display is little more than a childish temper tantrum born of ignorance and spoiled stubbornness. These spoiled brats of Islam need a good fanny smacking to set them straight.

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