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emilia

The term propaganda is a STRONG word. I have not seen you employ it before. I have not seen you so quickly pass MORAL judgment from a graphic before. What in the graphic says "pass moral judgment" on producer of graphic (and infer you know who produced it)? I will say that you are speaking quite rashly and out of character.

Kaiser

Well, I can't claim credit for using the p-word since Andrew used it first. So the issue here could be a lack of editorial judgement, which in retrospect I understand why you feel that way.

It sounds like you're a regular reader and thanks for dropping by.

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