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  1. Every time I hear someone bring up the wars and holocausts and human suffering around the world, I am quick to point out that all these things pale in comparison to the genocide happening right here in our own country, on our own streets. Every person suffering war or depression at least is given a chance of survival. Many would call Burma or Seria barbaric, yet here in America, genocide is a retail service, the greatest holocaust of innocents of all ages.

  2. I only hope I can live to see the end of this murderous genocide that is tearing our family structure apart not to speak of the divide it has caused within our society. We seem to be dealing with people from a completely different set of values — I don’t know where that leads a society but I’m sure that it isn’t a good place to end up.

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