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Let's see thousands of Muhammad cartoons

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Feb 13, 2006 at 09:40

Dear Behrouz Azarnia ,
Thank you very much for your comment. It's so sincere and so well said!

> I would like to express my utmost contempt for the State Department, the American main stream media (CNN, CBS, ABC, N.Y. Times. Washington Post, L.A. Times,……) and academia . I don't mention bankrupt left because it is worthless and criminal as their Islamofascist allies.

They just sing the song their Saudi paymasters have ordered. They never do things for free. They're corrupt and nihilistic. They would sell out their countries and culture to anyone who would pay more than the Saudis do.

> The next move by Islamofascism is for sharia. If we don't resist Islamofascists, we also don't deserve to live free.

You're right. The only problem is, however , that with the present Eurabian and Saudi-bribed American power elites it's almost impossible to commence serious struggle against Islam. First we need other politicians (anti-Eurabian and with no secret Saudi-backed bank accounts) and then all will be easier as we'll know who our friends and foes are.


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