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Morton is quite correct

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Submitted by Earl (Canada), Dec 6, 2006 at 20:14

Whilst france and much of the rest of the West blithely accomodated the rise of Eurabia, the salafist/Wahhabist bloc moved stealthily to re-establish the caliphate. The only means to check these islamist advances is through i) cutting off the flow of unearned natural resource wealth to the islamic world, or ii) accept repeated terror attacks on the West until a tipping point is reached and wretchard's "3 Conjectures" model is effected.

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