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    • Guglielmo
    • 18.09.06 | 11:07 (IDT)

    The Pope should not apologize whether his remarks were calculated or not. Political correctness is about controlling your language and hiding the truth which is just before our eyes. The Pope finally expressed the opinion that I hear very often in restaurants,workplace and other social gatherings. Muslim collective hysteria over his remarks simply reinforced his remarks. If you still are not convinced, just read the newspapers or watch World news. Everyday there is some violent act being perpretated in the name of this peaceful religion.

    from the article: Political error or calculated move?
    First published 00:00 17.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 17.09.06
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