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GUEST,Musket again BS: Armistice Day (debate) (777* d) RE: BS: Armistice Day (debate) 24 Nov 13

"Unspeakable shit." Rather perceptive for a Sunday morning Mr Carroll?

I must admit, if you keep posting facts, Keith will have more problems explaining what this consensus is about.

I reckon Jim has his finger on the consensus pulse more than Keith on this subject.

They were indeed told it was a righteous fight of good versus evil. The BBC reference I gave to QI discussing the hate lectures and black propaganda was screened on BBC 2 only a couple of weeks ago and even still available on iPlayer, but Keith said he couldn't find it.

Funny that.

Good versus evil. They played the God card to dupe men into seeing war as just and holy... About as sick as it gets. Ironic that it resulted in the oppressed German nation being duped by someone who puts your Lucifer bloke into shame when it comes to being evil.....

Pals battalions, white feathers, firing squads.... I wonder why they encouraged the former and supplied the latter if everybody was so objectively happy about going and dying?

Sorry Keith, you are the one exhibiting views that are a disgrace to the memory of a wiped out generation, not those who question the sanitised third and fourth hand accounts you keep handing out.

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