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Submitted by susan (Italy), May 15, 2007 at 15:50

" I see you didn't touch on my point regarding the thousands of missiles the Beijing regime has pointed at Taiwan, and you don't have anything to say about the Kremlin and the Beijing Politburo arming the Sudanese government to oppress the black Muslims in Darfur."

what kind of relevance this has with the muslim problem? EXACTLY, none.

How many people have died in taiwan because of china missiles. EXACTLY, a dime compared to the ones killed regularly by muslims.

But you push the political agenda of let it be an enemy only when it's against USA. I push the political agenda, let it be an enemy when it's against the whole humanity. Not the taiwanese.

The kremlin is effectively repressing muslims in Russia. Good for them. That's all I need to know.

Should I remind you that taliban was armed by USA because at that time it was convenient?

Another thing you should learn is the biblical saying "Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother's eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? "


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