Take a close look at that last story and then ask yourself why The Sun today focus so heavily on a drink-driving illegal immigrant. Today’s editorial even goes so far as to ask; “How many thousands more are there like Chisango? Why can’t we round them up and ship them back home?”
Message: they deserve what they get. Ignore the lefties at the BBC. They would prefer it if drink-driving drug-dealing disease-ridden foreign scroungers overwhelmed us.
Here you go, feed your eyes before we move on…
Interesting comments on house arrest continue at the new Guardian blog. You may also be interested in this not-entirely-unrelated story from the States. That first link also leads us to your typical BBC feedback page, BTW. One has to wonder how many ‘all for it’ messages are planted by pro-government dupes.
Hm, I’d best check my moral compass just to be sure…
Speak your mind, but keep in mind that we all know what Tom’s position is. He has the balls to keep comments intact, so please keep it civil.
Via Chicken Yoghurt…. New York Times – U.S. Cites Array of Rights Abuses by the Iraqi Government in 2004 (this article does not mention personal executions undertaken by the interim Prime Minister Iyad Allawi).
But wait… it gets better…
I saw some evidence of this last night on Channel 4 during Torture: The Dirty Business.
If you haven’t been keeping up with it all, I urge you to start now. There’s more tonight.
It was during last night’s programme that I was reminded of Craig Murray.
That’s why you have a rushed link-dump this morning, folks. I need to spend time tracking this man down. Because I’m going to build him a website.
His story has been largely ignored by the mainstream media, so I’m hoping that you’ll help me to help him tell it to as many people as possible via Teh Interwebs.
UPDATE – Craig has just launched craigmurray.co.uk… I think you’ll agree that it could do with some work. I’ll make an offer today.
UPDATE – Chicken Yoghurt – Poisoned Chalice: The Government have belatedly come round to the idea that human rights in Uzbekistan might be a good idea. FO minister Bill Rammell was due to visit Tashkent “to press the government on its poor rights record” but the Uzbek government have vetoed the trip.