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Posted: 10/30/2004 6:20:36 AM EDT
President Chirac's VIP treatment of Arafat clearly shows who's side the he is on.      

The French will eventually be under shari’a law because these decadent immoral people refuse to have enough children to keep Muslims from inheriting their country. “They (also referring to the Germansl) refuse to support us in our war against the Muslims terrorists.  Accordingly, they will pay the price, and see if we will save them from their short-sighted stupidities this time.  Their opposition to our rightful crusade contains their own punishment.

Link Posted: 10/30/2004 6:22:07 AM EDT
silly frogs
Link Posted: 10/30/2004 6:31:28 AM EDT
Chirac: Israeli prime minister not welcome in Paris
Says Sharon must first explain call for Jews to leave France

Tuesday, July 20, 2004 Posted: 7:09 AM EDT (1109 GMT)

Sharon's remarks have been called "unacceptable" by the French foreign ministry.

PARIS, France (CNN) -- French President Jacques Chirac says Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is not welcome in Paris until he explains his appeal to French Jews to leave the country, a presidential spokeswoman said.


Now why would the Israeli PM think it would behoove Jews to leave a country that loves their enemy so ardently?
Link Posted: 10/30/2004 6:33:51 AM EDT
Those who still believe that a peace between the free-world and Islam can be brokered are misguided at best.  Islam is set to dominate by simply out-breeding everyone else.  

With this unstoppable trend, some now expect the next World War to be fought between a Muslim Europe (backed by a Muslim South East Asia & Middle East) and a Christian America.  This eventuality alone is reason enough for the U.S. to maintain the most sophisticated and advanced military force going forward, so that the freedoms enjoyed by the people of this great nation (and its allies) are preserved forever.

Kerry on the other hand wants to build alliances with France and Germany, despite the fact that the leaders of these two countries indicating that they will not dispatch troops to help out in Iraq or Afghanistan regardless of who wins the U.S. elections.  Kerry faults this President for not building a credible coalition before entering Iraq, but he forgot how much he opposed the President Bush Senior when he wanted to liberate Kuwait in the first Gulf War, despite having amassed the largest coalition since the Second World War.  

Supporters of Kerry must understand that if America sneezes, because of a weak President, the rest of the world will inevitably catch pneumonia.  

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