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Dont blame spnnish people

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Submitted by Nice man (United States), Sep 23, 2016 at 22:07

I see the point in the context of Muslim Aggression but spanish people for the most part share no blame they come here some times illegally but work hard. Most important the prop up the Birth Rate in the US. The biggest threat for american interested is a flooding of migrants in the name of compassion but the war will be in breeding us out. We are witness to history GERMANY is DOOMED! 1.4 to 8.0 is too many babies to keep a majority. I will only take a few generations if they don;t start a baby boom.

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