I know I shouldn’t say it, but I have, so there you are. The photos in the Mirror allegedly showing British troops in Iraq were a sham. The bloody truck hadn’t even left England.
Not that Piers Morgan or the Mirror would ever admit it. In fact, they are now ducking the bullets behind weasel words, saying the photos were representations of events, rather than an actual record. So how does that work then? A lie to prove a truth? Excuse me while I turn off the pseudo-philosophy alarm.
But Piers is right about one thing: the International War Against Terrorism was a bad move. Better an International War Against Liberalism. Eradicate the terrorist organisation that is Amnesty International; rid the world of the pervasive and debilitating human rights legislation and we might, just might, tip this tilting world into some sort of balance.