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That is why we, the people, need to capture the bandwidth.

Reader comment on item: How Can Israel Win the Palestinian Conflict?
in response to reader comment: Kenneth Roth, of Human Rights Watch, and Harvard University

Submitted by Prashant (United States), Jan 21, 2023 at 21:26

Dear Readers, Correspondent Robert told us about Kenneth Roth, a person who gets money from Soros and KSA and bad mouths Israel.

That is why those who can think right must occupy as much of the bandwidth as possible where ever they can get it. Our youth need to be told the unbribed side of the story too! They need to be told that the Islamic interests have tens of countries working for Islam. While we fight and die for separation of church and state, these people matter of factly use state to advance Mosque and Mosque to advance their state. These people have captured 25% of the planet for their exclusive use (which consists of murders, wars, subjugation of women, and discrimination against minorities). And they are in a perpetual expansion mode.

If any university student going to a US university is reading this, please tell me how you disagree with my view above and why you agree with the leftist machine on your campus? Tell me, I want to be corrected.


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