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Reader comment on: Financial Crisis Drains Oil-Rich States

Submitted by Samuel, Jan 25, 2009 05:28

So the Arabs lost huge amounts of money in the last two months of 2008. Great, and may they continue to lose even more this year 2009. That will teach them not to export their extremist, narrow minded Sunni (Wahhabi) religion round the globe. Hopefully, Barack Obama and his liberal administration will see the light and not contribute American taxpayers dollars to the Arab/Islamic coffers,in turn cutting off finance and other terrorist affiliated sources from these monies. At the same time, Iran & Venezuela will start to feel the pinch and maybe the rogue govts in those countries will be thrown out of office sooner rather than later. The Democrats have plenty to say, but actions speak louder than words. So, lets see the action and less talking please. What happened in Gaza recently is a belated wake up call to the civilised world. So let Barack and co. finally settle the Middle East issue once and for all and strenghten the Israeli/Jewish defence against the Islamic world. Anti-Jewish, pro-Palestinian/ Leftist demonstrations have shown the stark reality of rising anti -Semitism round the world where obvious lessons of yesteryear have not been learnt or have been conveniently pushed aside for other hidden agendas. Less talk more action - simple.


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