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David IrvingThe Guardian, and an “artist and statesman” are brought together in a partly-theoretical example of Blair’s Law:

I am troubled to find that I like more and more of what The Guardian, this left-wing liberal British newspaper has to say; and its Sunday sister, The Observer. Perhaps I am really left-wing after all, a socialist, as was the aforementioned artist and statesman. He too would probably have liked The Guardian in its present colours.

Full extract here. No prize, considering the source, for guessing who that statesman/artist might be.

(Via Ben Ze’ev)

Posted by Tim B. on 02/27/2006 at 09:30 AM
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