Neither the terrorists themselves nor anyone else is in disagreement about who murdered 851 fellow citizens, injured thousands more, and drove tens of thousands from their homes over the past 38 years, but the BBC has some lingering doubts:
The BBC seems to have consistent problems in telling the whole truth when it comes to ETA. Why else, on this page, describe them as “armed” and “separatist”, but not “terrorist” or “gangster”, which beyond a shadow of doubt they are, and which to the vast majority of people are their defining characteristics? Why, on a linked page, call them “separatist militants” and gloss their extorsion and firebombing of businesses and their campaign of killing and terror against democrats as merely “40 year fighting for independence”? Why do editors not have the honesty to credit the author of this shite?
- Beard rage
Thanks to the DG for this Mirror item: A DRIVER who tried to run down a pedestrian he thought was terror chief
- Estate agent
â€“Hello, Fincas X.
- The Quebec Grail
It always cracks me up when the Catalan and Scottish nationalists send info-hungry delegations to Quebec. After a defeat in 1980
- Osama for pres!
… is what the Guardian seems to be saying this morning, noting that in Pakistan only 7% support Bush while 65%
- Ethnic tagging
The nationalist mayor of Guecho in the Basque Country, Iñaki Zarraoa, wants to introduce badges for Basque speakers, he says to