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Sunday, 10 May 2009
"Europe is a continent of castles and cathedrals, and not of minarets and mosques." Bookmark and Share
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Strong words from Filip DeWinter at the anti-Islamization rally in Cologne.

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Posted on 05/10/2009 9:29 AM by Rebecca Bynum
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10 May 2009
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Clod, Castle, Drake
 
A joint statement......
 
"Now wait just a gosh darn minaret!"
 
- Dhimmi Stewart, Filip DeBird and Mad Duck Ludwig von Drake II*
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
* Not to be confused with Ludwig von Mises, who, when the author of Atlas Shrugged complained that she was being treated "like some poor, ignorant little Jewish girl," replied, "But zat ist vot eggzacktly you are!"


11 May 2009
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Or: Clouds In My Kaffee Mit Schlag
 
Carly "Surf Scoter" Simon sez, "You're so vain you probably think this song is about Hugh, don't you?.....I quite forgot, though not of you, back on the yacht, the scarf* was blue, not apricot......"
 
 

 





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