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Reader comment on item: Denying [Islamist] Terrorism
in response to reader comment: Paltalk, AOL and Yahoo Harbor Terrorists

Submitted by SICK OF THE BULL (United States), Sep 3, 2008 at 03:00

There is a new nasty room called celebrating the death of American solders. This is sick for any chat server to allow such a disgusting room to be created and allowed to run and promoted the death of any solder. It is time for people to get some guts and stand up against the constant trashing and threats on people lives here on paltalk. I understand that we all have a right to our opinion, but at the same time when you promote and celebrate the death of anyone this is sick and disgusting.

I am asking everyone to stand up and say that this room called celebrating the deaths of American solders should be shut down and the creator of this room be banned from paltalk. This is not a room that should ever be allowed on paltalk. Promoting and celebrating the death of American solders is sick and I am appalled that paltalk would allow such a nasty room to be created. A lot of people are mad about this and the red hats hands are tied because paltalk does not seem to wish to do anything to stop this room or close it down. PLEASE HELP SHUT THIS ROOM DOWN NOW NOT LATER.


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