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Submitted by Robert Carl (United States), Jul 25, 2008 at 17:41

Alexander Butterworth's (of the Nixon cabinet) famous words continue to shed light into the darkest corners (which are 10-fold more numerous and darker than they were during the impeachment hearings of the '70's) of our ever-more-arrogant society. How else to explain a government that promotes Islam, the drug mafia, and slavish devotion to illegal immigration and Chinese trade. This "government of the people, by the people, and for the people" could not be further from the truth. In truth, it wasn't when those "hallowed" words were spoken, but the speaker himself knew that if "you can't fool all of the people all of the time", he showed the way to fool enough of the right ones in order to vitiate the rule of law. Today's government, (with it's judgeships for life, for instance) far from representing any reader here, is society's worst enemy. Concerning Islam, the truth can best be found in the words of one who has been in a position to know, like Mark Gabriel in "Islam and Terrorism" or Ram Swarup's "Understanding the Hadith".


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