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    Re: It's a dark day in Australia

    and here's some humour to wrap it up .....I love honest humour.

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    Re: It's a dark day in Australia

    Now I understand why people leave this site.... You're basically talking to yourself .

    Fair enough

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    I don't think anyone else here is familiar with any of the people you've mentioned. I've been programming mostly.
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    Re: It's a dark day in Australia

    Quote Originally Posted by magentaflame View Post
    Now I understand why people leave this site.... You're basically talking to yourself .

    Fair enough
    Well, I am still trying to read through all the stuff you posted, and gathering background info to make sense of it.
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    The government claims it is in the national interest that evidence of war crimes committed by personnel of the Australian armed services should be suppressed, if I understood the matter right. I'm sure that's an accurate reflection of what they said but I don't have it in front of me.
    Suppressing war crimes. Yeah. Didn't some jack-booted German guys do that too?

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    Suppressing war crimes. Yeah. Didn't some jack-booted German guys do that too?
    You and harping on about World War Two all the while... the recent example of suppressing war crimes is Britain and the USA. Stop digging back 75 years, go and look at General Mattis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spot View Post
    You and harping on about World War Two all the while... the recent example of suppressing war crimes is Britain and the USA. Stop digging back 75 years, go and look at General Mattis.
    lol. No, I checked my selective memory and it shows nothing after 1944...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint_ View Post
    lol. No, I checked my selective memory and it shows nothing after 1944...
    Remind yourself by all means...

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/w...q-5355476.html

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