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GUEST,musket again BS: Militant atheism has become a religion p (1845* d) RE: BS: Militant atheism has become a religion p 28 Nov 13

Stringsinger may do well to read his original post followed by my post directly below it.

I'm not sure the thread has developed into anything. It has kept the spirit I advised it would.

As religion per se is only part of it, the wandering into other similar topics of dogmatic bullshit is, if anything, helping answer stringsinger's question.

I love the bit where our resident historian fails to see social comment on historical shame and a) fails to see the link to the shame of the Somme and b) demonstrates his inability to consider by jumping at the face value of the word. Racist eh? A bit of a compliment given your politics.

An extraordinary thing yesterday. I was driving home with Simon Mayo's drive time on the radio (He is working his way through playing those up for BBC folk awards this weekbby the way, Martin Simpson last night) and his guest was Sir Max Hastings.   Now. .my car has DAB so there, on the dashboard next to the speedo were the words "Max Hastings, journalist and author. "

DAB gets some flack for sound quality, we can now add that it doesn't recognise "eminent historian. " Mr Mayo asked him if he was comfortable with being controversial, he doesn't think he is. .....

The more I read and hear, the more I see why Keith worships him.

Mwah! Cuddlebuns xx

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