:: Sunday, 9 November 2003 ::
Long but interesting transcript - Johann Hari v George Galloway.
It got me to thinking.
I am pro-democracy now. I never used to give a damn about anywhere on earth except my car, my kitchen and my bedroom. The left was always around to care about that, enough for me and them both. September 11 changes that for me and Bali cements it.
Now the noisy left is isolationist, anti-American, anti-Semitic and cannot give credit that wogs everywhere might like a little liberty in their lives so they are anti-pro-democracy for Iraq and for Afghanistan and for anywhere that Blair and Bush has ever noticed.
The left used to be right. Now they are wrong.
The right used to wrong, now it is right.
If we have really changed places, then do we not have to admit that the otherside was right about this stuff once upon a time?
I know we do not have admit any such thing. But quietly, to myself, I think I have just worked how I can have a beer with Pilger and Fisk.
Cos they used to be right. Now they are wrong as the day is long. But they used to be right?
I know when I got it together to be right about being pro-democracy.
I wonder if they know when they started to go wrong.
:: WB 1:16 am [link+] ::