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Submitted by ionut (Romania), Jul 25, 2006 at 09:18

some months have passed since you posted your opinion on daniel pipes's page, but regarding the comment you made about france being invaded bye muslims, which actualy is rather acurate, the same i can say about the u.s. and the invasion it is suffering from the mexicans. if you do your research, you'll find out that in this rate americans of european descent will become a minority in some 30 years.

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