Monday, March 29, 2004

Guardian Unlimited | The Guardian | Who shalt not kill?

George Carey seems to ignore his own religion's silence on the death of thousands of innocent civilians as a result of the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq - the US administration certainly assumes it has a god on its side (Muslim dismay at Carey speech, March 27). It seems that the Christian faith operates the same double standards as all other religions: "Thou shall not kill - unless thou art going to get something out of it."
David Reggiori

Responses to George Carey trying to reposition the Church of England from the Tory party at prayer to the BNP at prayer have been surprisingly low key given his high profile and his outrageously disingenuous remarks. Brian Whitaker (below) provided a good response and the above letter summed up what many are saying.

Thursday, March 25, 2004

The Guardian and Observer Digital Editions

Quick! See the child porn on the front page of the Guardian before they remove it from the website. Then wonder why this "liberal" newspaper is colluding with Israeli war crimes by humiliating a 14 year old child and his community by way of this outrageous front page photo.

It's not all doom and gloom though. Seamus Milne has a good, comment piece on Israel's assassination of Sheikh Ahmed Yassin. I'm not sure he (Milne) fully appreciates the Zionist yen for ethnic cleansing but its better than most of the pro-Zionist fare offered in our compliant media. Also there's breaking news on the academic boycott of Israel.

Wednesday, March 17, 2004

Self-haters of all countries unite! We have nothing to lose but our chrain.

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