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Submitted by brooklynbob (United States), Mar 3, 2006 at 11:55

The best tactic for the west is to crush the opponents as quickly as possible. It is not a kindness to cut off the dog's tail an inch at a time. Martial law must be maintained. Freedom of speech must not include calls to violence or incitement. Punishment must be execution. State media should broadcast messages of tolerance for Jews, Christians, Hindus, etc. We need to get serious about victory.
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