Thursday, 22 July 2010

The Blood Sacrifice

Seamus Milne cuts through the flannel to demonstrate the sheer nihilistic arrogance of the UK politicians who are sending more and more young men out to die for "the blood sacrifice".

"Back" (Wilfred Gibson)

They ask me where I've been,

And what I've done and seen.

But what can I reply

Who know it wasn't I,

But someone just like me,

Who went across the sea

And with my head and hands

Killed men in foreign lands...

Though I must bear the blame,

Because he bore my name.

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