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It's way overdue to confront The Kingdom of Saudia Arabia and make them Pay

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Submitted by Michael Hanni Morcos (Canada), Apr 27, 2013 at 19:54

I strongly ,very strongly think It's time to Confront the Wahhabi Terrorists that are using Our Dollars to Propagate and heavily afflict death and mayhem on Innocent American Civillians---World-Wide

Under any circumstances when Money is used for Criminal and Terrorists Activities --All Accounts are Confiscated and the accused Charged--- That Oil and all proceeds derived from it --Legally Belong to the U.S.A.----We have Paid for it a Trillion times in Blood and Money. Without this Oil Money -There would have never been a 9-11 . or a Boston Marathon Tragedy ,and more of our Rights and Freedoms to Live as the True Americans---It's way overdue to not only confront those Nomadic . Camel riding Warriors ; but to take Concrete Action that Would Halt Terrorist Activities and Close Down Every Madrassa and Islamic Centers on the Planet. Way too many Innocent Lives have way overpaid for that Dirty Oil--plus the Facts that we have Plenty here in North America.

Sharia-Free it Has to Be.

Thank You.


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