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you overestimate the brits

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Submitted by bos (United Kingdom), Mar 29, 2008 at 20:05

a person half as smart as you expect brits to be would have noted that my comments did not preclude non muslims percieving the USA as the great Satan, they would also not point out that not only muslims feel that way and then disparage the notion that a significant number of muslims feel that way.

as for your anti semitism comment, dont be ridiculous. or as you might expect the brit inteligensia to say; 'what rot'

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