But I won't. Anyway, it starts:
"We deplore Jack Straw's remarks concerning the veil.... blah blah blah ... bullying attacks by John Reid .... blah blah blah..."If any of these pricks can find even one word - ONE WORD spoken by Straw, Reid or any other Minister, that doesn't fall into the category of 'fair comment' in a liberal democracy, then I will volunteer to suck John Pilger's ample manhood until it comes off. This is not a commitment that anyone should make lightly. A number of these signatories are the loudest of defenders of free speech when it suits them. But now they want everyone to tread on eggshells.
They go on to include the media in this tirade. Nothing wrong with that of course. I don't read any of the shit-sheets concerned, but it wouldn't surprise me if one or two of the guttersnipes had taken the words of a Minister, fiddled with them, and used them to stir things up a bit. A bit of deniable encouragement for skinheads everywhere. It wouldn't be the first time.
But looking at the signatories, I think we've isolated pretty-well the only demographic that think - in the great scheme of moral cause and effect - that Government Minsters can be held responsible for the elaborations, falsifications, additions and misrepresentations on their words by a bunch of lying liars who wouldn't know how to present the facts honestly if they were asked to do so on pain of Scaphism.
But back to the whole snivelling wreck of dishonesty and pusilanimity that is The Letter To The Bloody Guardian!
"Current attacks on Muslims are rooted in the "war on terror" - a war which has made Britain more vulnerable, not less, to terrorist attack. If the Government is concerned about improving cohesion, let it first abandon its support for the occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan."There you have it. Distilled into two sentences; Simplification, nihilism, appeasement, and a rush to amplify the vilest of threats. Like Lord Haw-Haw but with a copy of New Left Review on the poufee. A few of the signatories have gone on the record as supporters of 'the resistance'. But to Pilger and Benn, ... well... you can't afford to be picky at times like these, can you?
The letter concludes...
"Today, Comrades, we lie with dogs. Tomorrow, we will rise with fleas!"OK, I admit it. I made that last bit up.