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Wasn't 7/7 America's fault?

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in response to reader comment: THE NEW BRITAIN - FUTURE CAPITAL OF EURABIA

Submitted by Pat (United States), May 1, 2006 at 16:37

Jeff,

How many brits blamed George W. Bush for 7/7, just as many spaniards blamed GW for madrid bombings? Don't you realize Islam is a religion of PEACE?

Expect Eurabia to have many friends on this side of the Atlantic. If London is the capital of Eurabia, expect washington, d.c. (or maybe new york) to become the capital of the province of Islamerica. Washington has gone from fighting terrorism to enabling it. It may take us a little longer, but we'll get there.

dhimmi in waiting

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