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Last updated on March 5th, 2018 at 01:45 pm

* Margo Kingston summarises the Abu Grahib scandal: “Civilians hauled off the streets at random and tortured.”

* Did you know that Mitsubishi makes a bus called the Rosa? Possibly it’s some form of tribute.

* “Katrina’s devastation points the finger at Bush’s system … Issues forgotten for years are back to the fore: poverty, the state’s absence, latent racism.”—Le Monde, Sept. 8, 2005, quoted by Anne Applebaum. Read the whole column.

* Tex continues his torment of former Greens candidate Thom Lyons, who is approaching breaking point. Adding his picture to this site might finish old Thom off.

* Norman Podhoretz asks: Who Is Lying About Iraq?

* Someone’s fallen for the white phosphorus story. Scott Burgess clears things up.

* Potent petrol-themed photoblogging from Gibbo; apologies for not linking to this earlier.

* More from Margo: “I wonder – will the Government heavies force a House of Representatives vote BEFORE the Senate report is tabled to stop true liberals having to examine their consciences and cross the floor in the House of Reps to support Labor amendment duly altered to reflect the Senate inquiry’s recommendations?” You know, her site could really do with some editors.

Posted by Tim B. on 11/10/2005 at 11:49 AM
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