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    • Reluctor Dominatus
    • 27.06.10 | 17:45 (IDT)

    Are you trying to say that we, as Americans, are denied access to any media we wish to see from anywhere on the planet? Your problem is that you disagree with the majority of Americans as demonstrated by your reference to "racism and apartheid"; catchwords for the ideological left (which by the way includes National Socialism). What the left has done is nothing more than a quantum shift in their approach by openly calling for the destruction of the United States and Israel. The left is frantic in the knowledge that after this November the "progressives" (read incremental revolutionaries) may lose their ability to shape policy for decades and possibly forever. This next year is make or break for socialism in the United States and so the gloves come off with all of your catchword rants. Bring it on....the lamposts are waiting.

    from the article: Envoy to U.S. Michael Oren denies saying Israel, U.S. drifting apart
    First published 01:50 27.06.10 | Last updated 01:50 27.06.10
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