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The Australian should stick to its brief: propaganda

1 August 2007


Re David Nason OpEd criticising any plan to attack Iran:


These statements made me uncomfortable:


"the unpopular and politically bankrupt Bush"


"the hopelessly flawed or deliberately manipulated “intelligence” on weapons of mass destruction used by George W. Bush to justify the Second Gulf War invasion of Iraq in 2003"


(Among others.)


They'll make your proprietor uncomfortable too. He doesn't like members of the best-trained choir in Christendom singing out of tune.


Anyway, there's something unnatural about a Murdoch journalist dealing with truth.


Could you guys please return to attacking global warming and gee-ing up the public behind our noble venture in Iraq? All will be right with the world.


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