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It is a matter of legitimacy

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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Aug 8, 2006 at 16:04

When I read about all that the columns of deformed souls have done who march under the banner of what stormed out of the Arabian Peninsula roughly 1400 years ago, and what they get away with; I ask one question: when will we stick up for the best qualities of Western culture by non-military means? As long as schools are indoctrination centres that conclude Jews and Christians are the spawn of Satan, that mosques are more interested in venomous attacks than encouraging virtue, and that media are the auxillaries of mosques; as long as steps like what the Turks did to deal with demagoguery (close the mosque for repairs of those mullahs who incite their congregations) are delayed - then I seriously question what backbone is left to stand up to those who have a three pronged plan: 1 - Convert, by coercion if necessary, people to Islam, 2 - Kill those who will not convert, 3 - Second class status for those who survive, but will not convert. We are seeing the depths of the malignancy of potical correctness.

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