Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Double standards from the UK public.

The hot topic of conversation today with my father was the murder of Alexander Litvinenko. He was going on about foreign nationals bumping people off on British streets.

Seems people come here for asylum and as long as they don't go on about changing things back home nobody seems to care. Once they start pushing from within the UK they seems be be considered legitimate targets. Perhaps something to consider?

Anyway, I pointed out that , arguably, the number one box office hit at the moment was a film about a UK spy who kills people abroad on government orders.

Not a hint of irony there at all.


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