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


Funny? Even the dodgy oracle Wikipedia has it. My O Level history course many years ago was where I learned of the black propaganda and was introduced to the word jingoism.. It is also where we were taught about using waves of men to run at German machine guns in the hope they run out of bullets before we run out of cannon fodder. It's also where I learned of Lloyd George calling for the heads of many of the generals for their deceit in reporting back to the war ministry.   I don't need a tabloid hack to airbrush it out for me.

Can you please state the items that have consensus. You haven't yet.

Anyway, it's Sunday. Piss off and give your weekly thanks to God for allowing you to be so just and holy. You so obviously are in his image.... Group sanctimony seems to be right up your street. Say a prayer for eminent historians whilst you are there, won't you?

By the way, stop saying eminent historians agree with you. Either say you agree with them or demonstrate where your unique knowledge comes from. As you contradict yourself so often, I doubt anybody, even your political friends, could honestly say they agree with you as you often don't agree with yourself!

Your wisdom on WW1 is about as good as your take on Palestine....


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