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    • Danite
    • 25.10.07 | 17:20 (IST)

    This has nothing to with my pride and everything to do with the racism so deep in europeans like you that you dont even notice it.I have yet to hear you complain about anybody elses "greed" and a whole nation having a desease, or maybe you do that in private with your fellow swiss when you talk about arabs??? the point I am making swiss is that anti semitic imagery and discourse is so deep in your culture that you dont even realise it.I dont need to prove anything, you prove it for me by the nature of your posts.You would never say things like about the muslism, but you cheer a aprty that wants to ban minaret construction in Swizterland, I guess their is one set of standards for good europeans and another for the others????? It also how you call my comments barking,again another european trait to talk with disrespect towards others, well here is what you comments are HATE SPEECH.get it??? Mr Phony!!

    from the article: Policy in no-man's-land
    First published 00:00 25.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 25.10.07
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