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THE LONDON BOMBINGSby Barry Turner
Report from U.K. correspondent: Barry Turner, of British "On Target":
Like the 9-11 tragedy, the "smoke"
is still clearing here in the U.K., but the weekend papers have added
a bit. As expected the weekend press has "divided like the
Red Sea" - according to their philosophical positions (no
doubt of their owners). Con Coughlin of the Telegraph - becoming,
it seems, more and more politically pro-Blair & Co. - links
Osama bin Laden to Iraq and the London incident.
John Pilger wrote an excellent piece on Iraq-G8 in this week's New Statesman. He could be interesting if he writes next week on this latest. I don't know how he is regarded in Australia, but a few months ago even the Telegraph TV critic had to agree with him generally on global issues.
My own opinion, having met numerous war heroes, is that put Toady into uniform, face him with battelfield decisions or bullets, and he'd be among the first to mess his pants!
It was also hinted in the Sunday Telegraph that public opinion swings back behind the war in Iraq; the instant poll in a highly emotional situation. So much for public opinion.
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