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    • Big bad Jew
    • 13.09.12 | 14:23 (IDT)

    It was pre planned, orchestrated, and rehearsed plan to protest the offing of another ape like relative of some sand bunny by the usual means, islamic terror. Frankly, the movie couldn't overstate the death-cult mentality of a mass of people whose illiteracy rate is legend and, their capacity to 'reason together' is non existent. Their murder Inc. rate for murdering one another is becoming one of biblical proportions. And, that my friends, is a good thing. Wait until Egypt's food supply runs out within weeks. Wait until the US Congress votes to end all funding to the muslim nations whom obama helped 'free.' The muslims rather 'charming way' of 'biting the hand that freed them.' They have terror, we have the food... They have the oil, and we most probably will have a new President, ( please G-d)

    from the article: One killed as hundreds storm U.S. Embassy in Yemen over anti-Islam film, 13 wounded in Egypt protests
    First published 12:22 13.09.12 | Last updated 15:31 13.09.12
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