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Slimy Love 3 ½: The Juwes

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We here should learn some lessons too. Whenever we hear the fascination with violence, whenever we see the chromium faces of the pundits telling us about the ‘ final solution’, whenever we see those hollow eyes whether those are the eyes of the President or the eyes of the Candidate, whenever we see those ‘experts’ telling us about ‘Eastern mentality’, the ones who calmly speculate how many bombs would be needed to destroy Iran or how many cruise missiles we should deploy at Lebanon, the ‘writers’ like Friedman, a world- scale rapist or La- Haye- the world- scale destructionist- those are the Juwes at work and Jack, the Ripper was right- they are not to be blamed for nothing. They are to be blamed for a lot. He knew his flock.

So, next time if someone tells you a story like that above, don’t laugh. Please, don’t laugh. Don’t become a Juwe.

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