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    • Stan Thow
    • 15.04.13 | 22:13 (IDT)

    Lets Get down to basics. The fact is that most animals and man are territorial.. Every Tribe, Society, Nation & Religion survive today by destroying or absorbing those that came before them..For all the intellectual discourse double talk it is really the survival of the fittest. A very simple example is the Polar bear that Enviromentalists are so worried about surviving. I am sure that penguins and sea lions are the ones to worry about. The more Polar Bears the less of them. Who protects them ? The human race has proved that despite their iintellectual ability it is far more deadly then a polar bear or a lion. We have not evolved our animal instincts and are far deadlier than our brother animals who kill their pray in order to survive. We are far worse and can intellectualize even committing the most horrendous crimes.. And unfortunately you fall into that class. Obsessing on the Jewish people. When far worse activiities are ignored by you.

    from the article: Why a little war talk on Hanukkah might not be a bad thing
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