Socialists have fraternized with Jew haters before
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Submitted by Rita (Australia), Nov 16, 2012 05:28
Remember that other "socialist?" "National Socialist," but still "socialist." He and the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem were "thick as thiefs" working on "the Final Solution."
A vote for the left - be it in Germany, France, Holland, or the US - is a vote for the Islamisation of the secular/Judeo-Christian West, for a new holocaust of the Jewish people.
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