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"Something rotten, something yellow"

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?

Submitted by Richard Jensen (Argentina), Sep 13, 2002 at 15:22

To paraphrase Shakespeare: "The problem, McWordlers, is not in Denmark, but in us." The viciousness of Nazism began just like this: first with words, then with street demonstrations, and then with actual assassinations (which, by the way, is a word which has been bequeathed to the West by this "peace-loving religion-cum-murderous gang."

We are reacting VEEEERY slowly, while the enemy is already giving out candies to their children in the first anniversary AFTER 9/11. How many 9/11 will we take untill we wake up and realize they MEAN BUSINESS?! Are we THAT yellow?

We should begin reacting to this "peace-love" before each of our nations is Lebanized, like Israel is right now. First they make it into a "Londonistan" and then they Lebanize it, while they talk "peace." It is high time we react.

Richard Jensen

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