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    • Yosemite
    • 13.06.07 | 08:05 (IDT)

    leave a bunch of people to rot and have nothing to do for forty years. Well, it rots and gets fungus (hate). Then add to that the USA and Soviets playing off one side against the other in a proxy war. Then add to that the Arab cousins who also leave them to rot but give them arms to go back and fight Israel. Then add to that The Muslim Brotherhood that wants to overthrow everyone and set up this Caliphate. And then add to that the Blood Oil. Notice that I didn't say "you." Know why? Because it's "we," the entire world. We don't want peace. None of us. Not even the Arabs or the Pals. We just want the Blood Oil. That's the problem. Alway's has been the problem. The oil and all the stuff you can do with that source of energy and/or the money. Sucks, but it's fun to drive around. Only other problem is all these Saudi funded Wahabist Mosques going up everywhere. Messes up my view. Sucks!

    from the article: In the name of Islam?
    First published 00:00 12.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 12.06.07
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