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    • Reality Check
    • 18.04.07 | 20:59 (IDT)

    We have only just seen the British Government pull a Neville Chamberlain move over Iran's recent kidnappings. Even after getting them home, no notable action was taken to deter future agression. A hint at Iran's involvement in the deaths of 4 soldiers the same day. But nothing more because money talks over life and liberty. Iran gets more adventurous as a result. And the rotten Left in Britain became even more putrid with its warm fuzzy and auto-congratulatory, self-scrotum-tickling renewed belief that bowing down before Fascism works. Then the Palestinians kidnap a BBC journalist and the response is sickening. Appeasement, self-abasement, utter loss of integrity, "we're on your side", expendable-Israel etc etc - all the ingredients of professional suicide. So much so that even the editor of the Guardian (whose newspaper courts any kind of "journalistic" jew-bashing for its articles) finds it too much!!! Well, when everyone else is zigging, it's time to zag...

    from the article: Guardian editor condemns U.K. journalists' call to boycott Israel
    First published 00:00 18.04.07 | Last updated 00:00 18.04.07
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