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A response to Paul Kenny, or anyone else who cannot read.

Thank you for proving my point.

Too many people who disagree with an argument would rather shut the dialogue down than explain their side of the topic.

M y point was, if someone had taken Mair to one side and listened to and discussed his supposed problems with people of other races and cultures, he may not have got it into his head to murder a well-loved and innocent member of parliament.

At no time did I try to justify the actions of either Mair or Breivik, just to give a possible reason on their horrific actions.

Geoff

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