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    • Yedidya
    • 26.06.10 | 11:36 (IDT)

    The arabs have carried on an excellent PR and propaganda campaign. learnt it from us and with our support in many instances. What the ground reality is has become irrelevant. Sorta like the last US elections - it is the demagoguery not reality that wins and thus doomed to Polybious' last stage of democratic society.

    from the article: Israel should be thankful it didn’t make it to the World Cup
    First published 20:34 25.06.10 | Last updated 20:34 25.06.10
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