Monthly Archives: January 2010

Liar

Blair scurried into the Iraq Inquiry through a back door yesterday, as a criminal would. He kept himself well away from those who had gathered to express their outrage. All that was missing was the blanket to cover his head. … Continue reading

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So who needs people?

The arguments about out-sourcing and whether we should allow domestic resources to be owned by ‘foreigners’ have become futile. The real threat for all of us is that human beings are becoming redundant. Here are a few examples: First up … Continue reading

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Late, politically correct and censored

Here in the depths of rural France, 700 kilometers from the Channel, we still manage to receive BBC Radio 4 on our bedside radio. Usually we catch part of ‘Today’ and the midnight news (one o’clock for us). Sometimes we … Continue reading

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Freedom for life

When you realise that people from all over the world want to kill you, it might be a good time to wonder why. You might ask ‘Why do they want to harm us?‘ as Helen Thomas does to no avail … Continue reading

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