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Enemies from home

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Submitted by The Prophet (United States), Feb 19, 2006 at 00:08

Why did Europe try to exterminate her Jews and in the same time took the IMuslims as her best allies and after the war, why Europe has treated them so well, supported them and brought them into their countries?
Maybe this is Europe's punishment to their attempt of exterminating the Jews ?

Why did Europe donate millions of dollars to the Palestinians and to other Islamic organizations? Where is all this money? Nothing has changed in their status. In fact, their life became much more miserable than before Arafat's era. Half of the European money went to Arafat and to other Palestinian leaders personal bank account and the rest of the money went to munitions purchase and to the training of suicide bombers.

Why Europe is so blind? Why do European politicians stand blindly behind the Muslims, no matter what happens ?
Europe is afraid. In fact, Europe is terrified. In the long run, Europe is lost.
Prediction: first, there will be a period of transition where suicide bombers will explode in European restaurants, buses, malls, coffee shops, super markets and movie theaters, then, when they will be sufficiently numerous, the streets of Paris, Bruxells, Copenhagen, Munich, Stockholm, Oslo, London, will look like the streets in Pakistan, as we recently saw on CNN (i.e. riots, destruction, rape, fire, etc.)

A Russian friend who was in the red army has taught me once the principles of war:
"The outcome of a war must be absolute/total". This means: only when the enemy begs you to stop, only then you won the war. Otherwise, you will lose it. Enemies have invaded Europe.
Europe's enemies are the worst because they are ‘enemies from home'.
A miserable end of a tolerant and peaceful (European) civilization and the begining of a dark age for our children.
This could be prevented. It's such a shame...

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