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Friday, February 03, 2006
  The United States of Dhimni

Having read the official position of the United States government regarding ‘sensitivity’ versus free-speech, I for one am disgusted with the snivling belly-crawling tripe being served up by the State Dept.

You have papers all over Europe willing to finally take a positive stand on the Islamist issue and you yank the rug out from under those Europeans not so ridden with socialist apathy that they actually took a stand in the face of Islamist aggression.

At one fell swoop the US could have co-opted all of Europe into taking a side, and the US chooses to back the ravening hordes of 7th century fanatics eager to burn civilization to the foundations.

It’s been obvious for years that the State Department has an independent agenda from the Executive Branch.

Way to sell out and squander our best chance of bringing all the actors out onto the same stage at the same time, and ending this farce.

Do you think that EU countries are going to more willing to support the US after we leave them twisting in the breeze, alone?

Shame on you, Shame.


BREITBART.COM - US blasts cartoons of Prophet Mohammed: "The United States blasted the publication by European newspapers of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed as unacceptable incitement to religious or ethnic hatred.

'These cartoons are indeed offensive to the beliefs of Muslims,' State Department spokesman Justin Higgins said when queried about the furore sparked by the cartoons which first appeared in a Danish newspaper.

'We all fully recognize and respect freedom of the press and expression but it must be coupled with press responsibility,' Higgins told AFP."
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