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Submitted by DEBORAH THE JUDGE (United States), May 30, 2012 at 11:27

To address the last part of your comment that all cultures are equal and have the right to exist, I did not state that they have no right to exist. Of course they should exist, but I stand that they are not all equal. This is the present mindset of this generation concerning 'cultural relativism' , the superiority of diversity, and social justice. These are the key words and phrases used by that false human-god religion I mentioned earlier. Yes, we imported (gave amnesty?) great scientific minds from Germany after the war, as did Russia. Some of these, however, were possible Nazis. This in and of itself is an evil deed committed by the US for scientific gain. We don't "import them" like some sort of fine wine with funding, because for the most part, people have been breaking down our doors to study here and enrich their lives as well as others. To say that only then did America become a great superpower and strength due to Germany is asinine. We beat them and protected France's sovereignty, remember? It should have been done much earlier, but we liberated the remaining holocaust survivors.

And to correct you, the holocaust wasn't due to a cultural war but a satanic war against the Jews. America didn't win the war by pitchforks and torches, either, but by skill, ingenuity, intelligence, and most importantly by the divine providence overshadowing our majority who honored God. It is this divine One True Living God who preordained that His dried bones of Israel should return to their land. Germany was and is still a great nation, mostly in part, because she housed the branched tribe containing Ashkenazi Jews. The Russian Jews have left in droves to their homeland as foretold. Because America and Israel were founded on Judeo-Christian principals, not only are they exceedingly blessed by an unbroken covenant, but God also chastises His own exceedingly more so. To whom much is given, much more is required. Borders, language, and culture must be enforced for any nation to stay cohesive, otherwise it disintegrates like that Babylonian tower-building nation of millennia part. This infiltrating nonsense is destroying us now in allowing inferior cultural norms to subversively slither into our state and national governments and destroy another superior American cultural enlightened document in the form of the United States Constitution. Only nations guaranteeing freedom, not equality, are prosperous and culturally superior.

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