Monday, February 19, 2007

Cowards honoured:

Two World War I soldiers who were shot dead for cowardice but pardoned 90 years later have been formally honoured on a war memorial.

I'm disgusted by this, men that ran away are pardoned.
But in a twist of fate, a close relative to cowards - a man that sent many French Jews to their deaths died today:

French Nazi collaborator Maurice Papon, convicted of sending French Jews to Nazi camps in World War II, has died, aged 96.

So on the same day it became acceptable to honour cowards, another coward died.

On a similar vein, lots of young, cowardly kids have been shot by their young, cowardly friends.


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