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Internment Was Warrented Then and Surveillance is Necessary Now!

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Submitted by Dr. Phil Corson (United States), Dec 28, 2004 at 21:35

Malkin in right on with her strategies in this war. Americans have to realize that we are in WW III with militant Islam. Historically, they have never wavered from their goal of Islamicizing the entire world. Patience and tenacity are their strategies and they will, in time win, unless America wakes up to this insidious force under the cloak of religion.
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