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[casi] The Pro-War Media

The Daily Telegraph has now become so devoid of objectivety, and pro-war in
stance, that it is becoming unreadable.Frank Johnson,their Parliamentary
journalist wrote,on the morning of the Iraq debate( 26th Feb.), "The planned
Labour uprising against Tony Blair is not happening".
Michael Smith,the so-called Defence Correspondent, waxes lyrical about
how wonderful our "smart"bombs are going to be, and the B52 Strato-Fortress
bombers,operating out of Fairford in Gloucester carry a `raft of technology'.
Apparently this is supposed to ease the conscience of the public while their
bombs are blowing the arms and legs off small children.

The Daily Telegraph is part of the Hollinger group,owned by ardent Zionist
Conrad Black, whose controlling finger can be seen throughout the paper.His
zest for the war can only be matched by his distance from it,sitting
in his Toronto(Canadian) office while others do the dirty work.

Gerry Donnelly.

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