Monday, March 30, 2009

Back to Year Zero

The start of the trial of Kaing Guek Eav, known as 'Duch', is a timely reminder of one of the most shameful episodes of the Thatcher years.

Unpublicised by her army of misty-eyed apologists, is her disgusting collaboration with the Khmer Rouge and its cronies, providing them with both political and military support.

Whilst Thatcher's brutal fiend friend Pinochet escaped justice, Duch will probably face execution for his part in the Killing Fields. Gordon Brown rewards Thatcher with tea at number 10 and a state funeral.

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