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mole

The sign on the church says "Genocide Memorial". But there was "No Genocide", merely "Acts of Genocide" which did not constitute Genocide - according to our President at the time - Bill Clinton, who was fiddling with himself while Rwanda burned. That slimeball.

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oh what a gem of a movie. its so beautifully made.

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