Sir Salman Rushdie? Why not Sir Bernard Manning?
Why the EU is a dead weight around the neck of civilisation and the latest 'Rushdie affair': read Mick Hume's columns in The Times (London).
Friday, 22 June 2007:
‘Sir Salman Rushdie? It looks like a political stunt to make a point about free speech. In which case, why knight him and not Bernard Manning…?’
Tuesday, 19 June 2007:
‘There is a big difference between Europe the continent, with its dynamic, civilised peoples, and the “legal personality” of Official Europe, a dead weight around the neck of the civilised world. Time to raise an argument not heard enough in this clichéd debate: for Europe, but not the EU….’
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