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    • Gilad144
    • 09.11.10 | 13:46 (IST)

    Extremists on the left influence world events to a disproportionate percentage compared to their general support. This is because the rest of us are trying to build and make a living. Many of the Leftist professors have at least two things in common. They are on a government payroll and they have plenty of time on their hands”. They use this time to gang together to plot to bring down individual wealth. Why? Because they are mostly hopeless in their own pursuit of it. So they use “social justice” to even the playing field. “If I can’t have it, then neither can you”. The Left of course are in the US. The Right has been fast asleep and has allowed to cat to look after the milk. The dog has now woken up and is ready to take the cat on at her own game.

    from the article: The alchemist (II)
    First published 01:03 09.11.10 | Last updated 01:03 09.11.10
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