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In Four More Years We'll Be Detroit

anglers reward Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 12:50 PM
Check out the UN's Agenda 21. Unborn babies with congenital abnormalities are to be aborted. Born babies with congenital abnormalities or born so prematurely as needing expensive life support will be 'euthanized'. And by 2050 when the majority of the World's population will be Muslim...the 'one World government' must have 'perfect' females wearing Burka's and 'perfect' men praying on rugs.
Words Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 12:59 PM
Personally I don't think that group will ever rule the world. They don't rule over any of the intellectual powerhouses. They can buy some influence, but it will never be enough. The taste of freedom is too sweet. We will go to war before that ever happens.
westriversd Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 1:10 PM
You ever heard of the frog in the pot of cool water sitting on the burner. It doesn't stay cool for long but the frog, i.e. we the sheeple, will or are going to sleep before we are actually boiled to death. Guess who the people of Detroit voted for?
Words Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 1:23 PM
I know so many people from the Middle East. Most of them, or their children, have married outside their religion. Of the Muslims I know, very few of them wear traditional clothing. The one woman who I talk to often, told me that she can only eat food that has been killed in a traditional manner, or they'll get sick from the toxins. How long before her kids figure out what a bunch of nonsense that is? Education, especially in our public schools, is a religion killer.

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