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04 September 2006
Hand shandyism scores another own goal
Hand shandyism has returned to the events in Darfur, a region of Sudan that is having a spot of local difficulties, probably as a way of distracting attention from the ongoing disasters in Iraq and Afghanistan. The idea seems to be that if we get involved in another war people will forget the two that Blairism is already close to losing. Or something like that: you can never tell with hand shandyism.

Anyway, the more of this stupidity that sees the light of day, the closer we are to seeing the end of Blair and the Blairites. So keep it up, lads, because another kind of disaster, the electoral kind, is on the horizon.

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There's a superb analysis of the Darfur-Sudan situation on the 2006-08-20 Slave Revolt Radio show (timemark 1h:29m in 2 hour show. 53Mb. Haven't figgered out the name of the analyst yet. He sounds african).

For that matter, I highly recommend tuning-in to Tracy James' (and sometimes Gerald Smith's) analysis on Slave Revolt on a weekly basis -- playing on e.g. Freak Radio Santa Cruz pirate radio each Tuesday, 15:00 Pacific Time (22:00 UTC. Factor-in Daylight Savings).

But if you're a liberal weenie -- give this show a pass. You won't like it. Too scary.

5 September 2006 at 00:10  

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