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Submitted by Donald O (United States), Oct 29, 2005 at 20:13

RE: John Bastile's comments: there were some very accurate points made. The 'west' doesn't accept nor respect the term 'moderate facists' nor 'liberal white supremacists' - in fact they are forced to literally have no voice at all! Even the mention of a march was enough for rioting to merit 'martial law' being enacted recently in Ohio. If someone was to try and defend those terms they would be laughed out of society as a whole! Why? Because they would be easily discredited as a scholar etc.

Can't islamism be discredited? No... Why? It's special status in the 'abrahamic brethren' has saved it once again. So you can see islamism will continue to exist due to it's being protected from the very forces that are easily in the position to dismiss it [expose it's nonsense] - and leave it relegated to it's limited part of world history.

it's very sad the whole world has to continue suffering due to islamism having a wild card.

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