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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Mar 5, 2010 at 15:42

Hi, Lazman,

You write quite interesting comments and I agree with you.

There is just a sentence that struck me as highly questionable :

>Although US is one of the most devout Christian countries ..."

Well, looking at the aggressive anti-Christian US record on the Balkans ( supporting openly Islam, giving away to jiahdists ancient Christian lands, creating Islamic states like Bosnia and Kosovo at the expense of Christian Serbia , conniving at the daily destruction of all the traces of Christianity by US Islamic darlings ) this sounds as one of the most incredible statements I have come across recently.

But probably you mean "US WAS one of the most devout Christian countries"? This might be true. As it stands the sentence is hardly borne out by factual evidence. How can the government of "one of the most devout Christian countries" betray so wickedly the ideals its country allegedly stands for?

With kind regards , Ianus

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