Is anyone else a little bored by the whole Julian Assange trial stuff? The guy is just the face of an organisation, not the organisation itself; if you shot Ronald McDonald a 16 year old would still flip your burgers. Well the Guardian aren’t bored yet as they lead with him. The Telegraph has a fascinating piece about savings levels, the Mail has an evocative if slightly tasteless piece about the Swedish suicide bomber and the Indy gets its first scoop for a few weeks.
- @RenieriArts @BenJarlath I should also point out that I was concerned about US use of depleted uranium long before… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 7 hours ago
- @RenieriArts @BenJarlath As I said, your argument is based on politics and blind faith, rather than facts. The UN p… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 7 hours ago
- @RenieriArts @BenJarlath How many people have died in Syria compared with Libya? Your argument is based on politics… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 7 hours ago
- @RenieriArts @BenJarlath no, but the idea anyone would say they had averted a humanitarian crisis in Syria is flabbergasting 7 hours ago
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