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Submitted by Leon (United States), Aug 22, 2010 at 21:46

Rumor has it that 'ol uncle Louis knows all about the Arab slave trade. The man is a veritable expert on the history of slavery. He also knows where and how to sell his main commodity. If there is one thing that Muslims, especially Arabs, will not purchase, it's "guilt relief." "Guilt" is not a disease that Arab culture has ever suffered from: maybe they set the Jews free 5,000 years ago, but they didn't apologize. They just went South to find new slaves.

But the Jews will always be ready and willing to purchase "guilt relief." And 'ol Louis knows well that Jews are by far the most generous people on earth. They are the ones that even organize massive music concerts for Africans or Bangladesh, because it makes them feel good. The saying "Don't worry, be happy," was not written by Jews, who look upward for the right to be happy. And he knows that Jews will be first in line to buy "guilt relief," even where no "guilt" exists. Just package that Bill of Goods to look somewhat real, and put it on the shelf. Just make sure it's in a Jewish-owned store, not a Muslim one. Or even a purely American one, for that matter. No use trying to reclaim the property of former slave-owners like Thomas Jefferson or George Washington - big waste of time.

So Mr. Farrakhan is no fool. He is simply a very sharp businessman. And he knows that Seymour was once willing to do anything to avoid turning America into a "little shop of horrors."

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