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If wearing clothes makes us different....

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Submitted by Steve (Australia), Mar 5, 2009 at 01:30

Good on Fred Nile! If Australia is somewhat more culturally conservative than many other western countries, then why don't we celebrate this diversity and seek to ensure that our cultural heritage is not further eroded by foreign "values" from say, continental Europe? There is a reason why normal people wear clothes . . . in fact there are many, good reasons, and I know many born-and-bred Aussies who have absolutely had enough of tourists indecently exposing themselves on our beaches!

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