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Tuesday, December 18, A.D. 2012
America’s Impotent Appeal

In September, before the Benghazi attacks but after hundreds of incidents in recent years that characterize the religion of peace, Lawrence Auster commented on the pointless time, effort, and money spent for goodwill diplomacy in the Dar al Islam: “America’s impotent appeal to Muslims.” In the post, he links to his “Real Islam Policy for a Real America,” which describes how Western nations would react to Mohammedan terrorism and conquest if they were not crippled by craven and crazy ideas.

Posted by Joseph on Tuesday, December 18, Anno Domini 2012
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