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To Europe from an American reader

Old Jan 27th 2007, 8:06 pm
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On Fri, 26 Jan 2007 14:57:30 +0000, Mike O'Sullivan <[email protected]>
wrote:

>The Rifleman wrote:
>> Where as the US with is camps it gitmo and Poland.
>
>If this is the level of grammar I think I will not read any further.

Give him a break ... "The Rifleman" was posting from England ... so
chances are English is not his native language
 
Old Jan 28th 2007, 3:16 am
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"hummingbird" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> On Fri, 26 Jan 2007 17:03:28 -0600 'Planet Visitor II'
> posted this onto uk.politics.misc:
>
>>"hummingbird" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>>news:[email protected]. ..
>>> On 26 Jan 2007 06:18:59 -0800 'PJ O'Donovan'
>>> posted this onto uk.politics.misc:
>>>
>>>>www.brusselsjournal.com
>>>>
>>>>� 8 comments | 1109 reads
>>>>>From an American Reader
>>>>>From the desk of Paul Belien on Thu, 2007-01-25 09:05
>>>>
>>>>An American reader sent me the following message:
>>>>
>>>>"It is difficult at times to feel sorry for Europe as we have watched
>>>>the majority of the population slouch off to a peculiar model of
>>>>socialism.
>>>>
>>>>A model that is seemingly strange to even European socialists. This
>>>>model of utopia, that is so attractive to the European elite, has done
>>>>everything from helping breed Islamic terrorism in its early days to
>>>>taking away such cultural uniqueness as the British pint. It is hard
>>>>not to say we told you so but you sleep in the bed you make.
>>>>
>>>>Good luck."
>>>
>>> And yet it was the US Twin Towers which got hit by terrorists.
>>> Go figure.
>
>>That's because those Islamic terrorists understood that the U.S.
>>wouldn't help breed them, as Europe has. They figured why
>>attack friends, when there are so many enemies? Just as you figured.
>
> More likely is that they see the US as The Great Satan and their
> No.1 target.

Isn't that what I said? Islamic terrorists see Europe as their Friend.
But don't dare cross them. If you really want to be honest, see --
http://edition.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/europe/01/17/warwithin.amanpour/index.html
Click on the video on the right of Christiane Amanpour interviewing
a radical Muslim who is also a lawyer, who insists he does not
believe in democracy and wants Sharia Islamic Law in the U.K.
Look at how some home-grown U.K. Muslims in a completely
insist that violence is okay if it is in the interests of bringing Islam
to the U.K. See more of that same report at --
http://edition.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/europe/01/17/warwithin.overview/index.html

Of course I don't have the slightest hope that you are honest,
but are as radical as those in the CNN report, and would not
dare show an unprejudiced mind of your own.

>>But look at what Islamic terrorists have accomplished in Europe,
>>in having brought a stark meaning to the term "home-grown." See --
http://michellemalkin.com/archives/004448.htm
>>You must be so proud!!!
>
> But surely those who apparently hit the Twin Towers were home grown.
> They were living in the US with the right paperwork...

No, sport... they were "temporary imports." We're working to solve
that problem, but fanatic left-wing Islamic ideology filled hypocrites
like yourself keep screaming about -- "terrorists have right too, you
know."

But then, you have enough problems of your own to worry about
other than my plainly inadequate attempt to break through that ideological
barrier your brain has erected.


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Old Jan 28th 2007, 6:46 am
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hummingbird wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Jan 2007 17:03:28 -0600 'Planet Visitor II'
> posted this onto uk.politics.misc:
>
> >"hummingbird" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> >news:[email protected].. .
> >> On 26 Jan 2007 06:18:59 -0800 'PJ O'Donovan'
> >> posted this onto uk.politics.misc:
> >>
> >>>www.brusselsjournal.com
> >>>
> >>>� 8 comments | 1109 reads
> >>>>From an American Reader
> >>>>From the desk of Paul Belien on Thu, 2007-01-25 09:05
> >>>
> >>>An American reader sent me the following message:
> >>>
> >>>"It is difficult at times to feel sorry for Europe as we have watched
> >>>the majority of the population slouch off to a peculiar model of
> >>>socialism.
> >>>
> >>>A model that is seemingly strange to even European socialists. This
> >>>model of utopia, that is so attractive to the European elite, has done
> >>>everything from helping breed Islamic terrorism in its early days to
> >>>taking away such cultural uniqueness as the British pint. It is hard
> >>>not to say we told you so but you sleep in the bed you make.
> >>>
> >>>Good luck."
> >>
> >> And yet it was the US Twin Towers which got hit by terrorists.
> >> Go figure.
>
> >That's because those Islamic terrorists understood that the U.S.
> >wouldn't help breed them, as Europe has. They figured why
> >attack friends, when there are so many enemies? Just as you figured.
>
> More likely is that they see the US as The Great Satan and their
> No.1 target.
>
>
> >But look at what Islamic terrorists have accomplished in Europe,
> >in having brought a stark meaning to the term "home-grown." See --
> >http://michellemalkin.com/archives/004448.htm
> >You must be so proud!!!
>
> But surely those who apparently hit the Twin Towers were home grown.
> They were living in the US with the right paperwork...

They were citizens of Saudi Arabia which makes one wonder why the
cretin Bush invaded Iraq instead of Saudi Arabia. Does Saudi
Arabia
have something that Bush needs or is he afraid to offend those in
the
U.S. who do business there?

The war in Iraq is lost and has been for a long time. It is time
to get out
and let the Iraqi people solve their own problems. Besides Bush
needs the
troops for his next invasion of a sovereign nation.
 

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