Friday, January 28, 2005

So, in the morning Charles Clarke announces measures for indefinite house arrests for anyone the Government decides is a threat, then in the afternoon goes to the Auschwitz memorial ceremony. Is the inability to see that some decisions are in bad taste something that happens to all politicians when they become MPs, or is it just that the treatment is reinforced when you become the Home Secretary?

Another bloody article about Opus Dei. We need some stickers in our library saying 'If you've enjoyed The Da Vinci Code why not try The Illuminatis Trilogy?' Really I'd suggest people read the latter before the former, then they might realise that just because a society is secret, even if it says it's older than Jesus and more popular than the Beatles doesn't really mean a dicky bird. There's only one real conspiracy.


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