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    • Canadian Catholic
    • 07.10.10 | 16:29 (IST)

    In Canada we have so many Jews, Muslims, Sikhs and Hindus it’s unbelievable. Maybe we should think about this too… Anyone wishing to move into Canada should have to swear an oath of loyalty to the “Christian and Democratic” state. As far as I’m concerned, if you’re not willing to adopt Christian values and sensibilities and bow down to the religion that founded this state then stay in your own place with your own people. I mean, everyone knows that the only problem with the Spanish Inquisition was that it’s misunderstood. I hope the Jewish Israeli version works out better for you than ours did for us. You know what would be a great idea??? If you issued armbands to all the Christians and Muslims to make sure that you knew which people were potentially disloyal!!! Also, that way when you saw a person on the street with an armband you would know who has to pay you their obeisance right away.

    from the article: Loyalty oath proves Israel is racist, say Israeli Arab leaders
    First published 09:50 07.10.10 | Last updated 09:50 07.10.10
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