I fail the purity test. But then I smelled the mass graves in Bosnia and did not just read about them reading the Times whilst eating my cornflakes in Surrey.

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  3 comments for “PdH on War

  1. Aug 28, 2013 at 10:33 am

    Perry will (has) taken flak for being emotional, but the rest of the country is emotional and the emotion points people in both directions.

    This is a point of view that should be chewed over, thoroughly.

  2. Paul Marks
    Aug 28, 2013 at 10:55 am

    The Red Star Cap badge wearing JLA forces did indeed commit terrible crimes against both Muslims and Catholics. People who try and deny this are (at best) fools.

    If the Syrian situation was just (say) secular Kurds trying to break away from the Socialist Assad then that would be one thing – but it is NOT.

    The main forces opposing the (murdering socialist scumbag) Assad are radical Islamists – Blag Flag people.

    Of course the hardest fighters on his side (the Iranian backed “Party of God”) are also radical Islamists.

    Sunni versus Shia.

    And, yes I admit, I have only watched these people from a distance (the other side of the Israeli cease fire line with both Syria and Lebanon) – I have not gone into smell range.

    I do not have the courage that Perry has.

    • Richard Carey
      Aug 28, 2013 at 11:12 am

      “The Red Star Cap badge wearing JLA forces did indeed commit terrible crimes against both Muslims and Catholics. People who try and deny this are (at best) fools.”

      The problem is not those who deny Serb crimes, but those who represent the Serbs as the only ones committing crimes.

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