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Truth stranger than Kevin Costner? Or John 18:38?

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All that proves is....

....Macedonia should have never let the Albanian Muslims invade them by immigration.

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(NT) No smiley? We should take your statement seriously?
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quite serious

Not all invasions use guns and tanks.

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Re: invasion

Indeed, aliens use UFO's.

But it's more a definition issue. Our Geert Wilders (quite well known in your circle of muslim-haters) prefers the term "tsunami" where you use "invasion".

However, invasion with guns and tanks (like Rusland did in Ukrain) implies state or government involvment, and I really doubt if this is an operation by the Albanian goverment. So your choice of words is rather unhappy. Tsunami would have been much better.

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one can argue over terms, but...

...the end result is the same.

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I had in mind the Balkans war of some years ago.

Three-way; two nominally-Christian nations against nominally-Muslim Albania. At the end, the mass graves contained mostly Muslim bodies, mostly civilian. Pressures of poverty and disruption caused many to emigrate, as always.

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