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    • 13.01.07 | 20:41 (IST)

    A couple of my answers to you were lost. Well, first Dino, if you would have read some of my posts to others, not just Klaudia, you would know a rather moderate/leftist; my wife is the family rightist. Important is one's soul not political orientation. Second, re my lack of intelectual capacity and the low IQ levels of people who like Netanyahu, there are quite a few (hundreds of thousands?) of them. Their low IQ levels (you said it) probably contradicts the Israeli high scientific level and the Jews' numbers of Nobel prizes. As for myself, I am not a lover of Netanyahu but my wife is. She's is only a Ph.D scientist. Finaly, your August company is impresive. Chomski, perhaps Celine... As for Kofi, I wonder if he'd cherish your company. Reminds me of Groucho Marks: "He wouldn't want to be a member of the club who wants him." Another Jew!

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    First published 00:00 11.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 11.01.07
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