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political corruptness will win in the end - and the Swiss will lose

Reader comment on item: The Swiss Ban on Minarets: A Possible Turning Point

Submitted by Cheryl Mavrikos (United States), Nov 30, 2009 at 16:01

I give the Swiss two weeks before the decision to ban minarets is overturned. Even now the Swiss cheese-head Muslim sympathizers are demonstrating in the streets and offering to rip up their passports (a great idea, they should rip up their birth certificates, too).

This will not be a precedent, I fear, but just another agonized death-throe of Western civilization. I don't believe Europe will ever awaken from its Left-induced coma.

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