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Submission?

As France wakes up to the threat represented by extreme Islam, Iraqi PM Allawi has a few words of wisdom:

“Neutrality doesn’t exist, as the kidnapping of the French journalists has shown…The French are deluding themselves if they think they can remain outside of this. Today the extremists are targeting them, too.”

That’s true, but it needs to be remembered that, in reality, the extremists have always had France – and the rest of the West – in their sights. Our mere existence – anywhere – is an affront to them and their god, and there is nothing, other than our submission to their peculiarly primitive and perverse collection of superstitions, that will change that.</p

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