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Reader comment on item: [Breivik and] Norway's Terrorism in Context
in response to reader comment: About Winning a War

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Aug 2, 2011 at 15:54

Michael wrote :

" His motives are legitimate in my opinion: someone who is trying to save his country from islamization and a dark future; someone who is willing—at any price—to check his people's ongoing transformation to another "Copts", "Maronites", or even "Serbs"—"

If and only if they are lucky enough. If they are not so lucky, they will be transformed into Aremrnians ... and after a few decades it will be a criminal offence to even mention in public the name "Norwegian" in the United Scandinavian Emirates, let alone admit that these alleged "Norwegains" were once all exterminated for betraying the holy cause of Islam and sticking to perfidious Islamophobia or were forcibly converted to Islam, hence there are so many blue-eyed and fair-haired Moslems in the United Scandinavian Emirates.

" you remember those latters, don't you? The ones who were being abducted and slayed like animals to have their organs sold in Turkey, by the Albanians; the ones who were fighting for their own safety and ended up being bombed by their fellow Christians (NATO), and their picture to this day distorted."

Not to be cynical , one might paraphrase a famous saying coined some 72 years ago by a leader on whose ideas the NATO has modelled its policy on the Balkans : "Who remembers the Serbs nowadays?" The NATO member state Albania and the NATO revitalizers of Hitler's policy certainly don't .


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