Na, the Brits aren't known for women's rights - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Momma Legga BUILD BABYY BUILD !!
    • 19.12.10 | 15:18 (IST)

    once upon a time in Britain, there was a saying "The English care more for their dogs than people." It wasn't that long ago that the consequences were since Britain refused to educate her poor, Britain had more homeless prostitutes, than homeless dogs. Now, that's some TRADITION, isn't it? ( And a real condemnation on a people who are now, more than ever, being paid back for their anti semitism towards Jews, and Israel, in particular. Recall the old saying, "The sun never sets on Britain "? How the mighty Jew hating nation, Britain, has fallen, and can't get up. Enjoy their demise. Enjoy all of Europe's failure, they've earned it and for their treatment of the Jews, that matter they are broke and deserving.

    from the article: Body of U.S. tourist found near Jerusalem; police suspect terror attack
    First published 08:07 19.12.10 | Last updated 08:07 19.12.10
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