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Churchill: friend and foe

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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Jan 22, 2008 at 02:12

I certainly never implied that we live in a perfect world. And yes, I did put Churchill into a proper perspective. I credit Churchill with his decisions which undoubtedly had considerable impact on the conclusion of WW2. Sometimes we have a hero who makes good decisions and sometimes very bad decisions.

Churchill is that hero. Churchill's actions gave power to Islam and cheated the Jews. The Jews inhabited Israel for more than 3 thousand years. Yet thanks to Churchill's decisions, he gave power to the Muslims even though they sided with the Nazis during WW2 and cheated the Jews from the land that was returned to them by the League of Nations in November 1917.

Martel lived from 686 to 741 A.D. and Sobieski from 1629 to 1696 A.D. During those years, armies fought with bows and arrows, swords and on horse back. At the close of WW2 the USA fought with atomic bombs. The Nazi's were testing a jet fighter and months away from developing atomic bombs. Had the Nazi's developed the atomic bomb before the Americans, we would be living in a different world today. Further more, no nation has been attacked and persecuted as much as the Jews even to this day as the Muslims continue to attack them on a daily basis. And no, I'm not Jewish, although if I was it would not upset me. But having studied the history of the Jewish people has left me with considerable respect and appreciation for their tenacity.


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