Sunday, 26 June 2011


Some truly jaw-dropping comments in today's Observer editorial:

'It is vital that Nato is more proactive both in the air and on the ground to break this current impasse...more support on the ground and much more than the current few air sorties a day.'

How can the Observer's editors suggest this action as civilian casulaties steadily mount? Are they really urging NATO to kill more children?

This 'requires Nato to abandon its limited, cautious, low-risk approach and flex far more of its muscle', claim the editors. This must surely be black comedy, or am I living in some kind of parallel universe?

The Observer unashamedly greases the wheels of state-corporate propaganda once again.

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