Sunday, July 29, 2012


The Guardian's Harriet Sherwood wrote an otherwise compelling article about the massacre of Israeli athletes at Munich in 1972 - A massacre to be remembered. The article appeared last week in the Age.

While Sherwood wrote of the eleven athletes as having been "killed in a terrorist attack at the Munich Olympics", to her everlasting shame she could not avoid calling the perpetrators "militants" in obedience to the masters of the Guardian who dictate what can and cannot be written or said and who live in a parallel universe to our own.

In calling the callous Munich murderers anything other than terrorists is a terrible affront to the millions of victims around the world who would attest if they only could to the fact that Sherwood's horrendous misuse of the term "militant" is a bald faced lie.

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