… is what the Guardian seems to be saying this morning, noting that in Pakistan only 7% support Bush while 65% think Osama is … well … groovy. Americans should, it is suggested, listen to the citizens of states traditionally resentful of the success of the American revolution and vote for a candidate said citizens probably believe would weaken the US.
It’s difficult to believe that campaigning of this kind will help Kerry at all with the American electorate, so I can only assume that the Guardian–like Kaleboel and all progressive social democrats–is hoping that Bush will still be around in a couple of months to continue bombing the crap out of evil dictators and building democratic society in the aftermath, and the hell with majority opinion in Canada and France.
- rafael ramos: més mentides
Rafael Ramos, corresponsal de La Vanguardia a Londres, continua sorprenent per la seva incapacitat d’expressar de manera satisfactòria la seva profunda
- Having your glass of water and drinking it
Coverage of the Barcelona water crisis in yesterday’s Vanguardia was a standard victimist litany: Our consumption per capita is low compared to
- Some migration songs
With an introduction by St. Spike in the Moon.
- Beard rage
Thanks to the DG for this Mirror item: A DRIVER who tried to run down a pedestrian he thought was terror chief
If you can ignore the stupid sniping at the US, then the interview (subscription) with Canada’s minister for Intergovernmental Affairs, Stéphane