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>Care to explain who HAMAS and HizbAllah are? Nice people one would invite
>over for tea?
Very likely they are. The top Nazis apparently were very charming company.
I just talked to a former foreign service employee who told me that a top
guy responsible for the Tutsi massacre in Rwanda was at her house for
dinner shortly before the massacre began. She wondered out loud how he
could have been so at ease plotting the slaughter of hundreds of thousands
I'm new to this list, and new to the idea of memes. This is very
interesting stuff :)
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