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    • Existential
    • 14.10.07 | 08:25 (IST)

    "the kids raised to love death." Spot on. That's the part of this whole twisted, seemingly eternal conflict that's outside my grasp. My family is from Ireland, where our ancestors endured 800 years of oppression. Never once did Ireland as a whole manage to breed a death cult like Palestine has though. Children sitting on corners, fantasizing about their own funerals. Beyond sickening. Whatever end this conflict finally reaches--whether it's Israel that dies or Palestine that is permanently eliminated, already radical Islam and the political shysters that use it have the distinction of breeding the most shockingly inhuman "culture" in the history of the world.

    from the article: And we both say 'hello' with the word 'peace'
    First published 00:00 11.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 11.10.07
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