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It takes a nation to protect the nation

Liberals in Israel have long defended the "Rights" of illegal immigrants/infiltrators as long as they were living in the poorer sections of Israel. Now they are going to be settled among the upper crust liberal factions. Will attitudes change?


A dose of their own medicine...

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Tags: Illegal-immigrants, Infiltrators, Israel

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Comment by Pat McCrann on January 24, 2011 at 0:14
Those same opinion makers and policy makers have also created a dependant underclass who don't vote, or if they do they vote, quite irrationally, for the left wing parties.
Comment by steven patrick on January 23, 2011 at 22:01

Its funny danny you always write stuff thats fresh on my mind.I was chatting to some people on the EDL facebook page and we were discussing how the pockets of liberal voters were always in well off low crime rate towns.Which most concerningly is where all the politians and media elite seem to fester.The conversation soon moved to the "see how they like it" approach and how there views on things would so swiftly change if it were there children being groomed by hoards of animals or there elderly parents being intimidated out of the life long homes and towns.

This abbis between reality and there version of it is so vast now they cant even see us on the other side suffering because of the hell theyve created.The media and politicians will see the light one day but only through experiencing the horrors first hand and i cant say ill shed any tears for them.

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