Wednesday, March 08, 2006


Admitting it was a "political point", Mr Clarke said: "I think that was a serious mistake which you could not imagine happening in other countries ... certainly not in this country. It is a question of respecting others, and that means do not provoke or challenge the deeply held views of others."

It was Pol Pot's deeply held view that people who wore glasses were evil and should be shot. It was the July 7th bombers' deeply held view that the people on that train deserved to die.

I hate, hate, hate this mealy-mouthed crap and the people who spout it.


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