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Reader comment on item: CAIR: Islamists Fooling the Establishment

Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Mar 9, 2006 at 18:10

Even though "A man called Intrepid" by William Stevenson largely dealt with the Second World War, there are lessons for us to apply today.

First of all, there are people who will not listen to reason because they are totally convinced that appeasement was the way to go in dealing with the threat of National Socialism, or that appeasement is the way to go in dealing with the columns of deformed souls who claim Islam as an identity.

Put another way, if people want to be fooled, they will get their wish.
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