The Last Test of Democracy: Part Three
They Hang War Criminals, Don't They?

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Number 458, March 2, 2008
"I've about had enough of this fascist crap"




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The Last Test of Democracy: Part Three
They Hang War Criminals, Don't They?

by L. Neil Smith
I can tell you how in just two words — well, a word and a number: NUREMBERG II.

Don't Get Forked Over
by A.X. Perez
Like most of you I play chess. I love forking my opponents, that is, positioning a piece so that no matter what he does, my opponent loses a piece of equal or greater value and if I'm really slick I gain a stronger position on the board.

Nobody Is Safe In A Police State
Welcome to Canada, Mr Dziekanski

by Kaptain Kanada, aka Manuel Miles
Last summer, my wee small Godmother made the mistake of travelling by air from Vancouver to Edmonton (get out your maps, Yanks). Why do I call it a mistake? Edmonton was, after all, her desired destination. However, she never anticipated that "airport security" would terrorise her for the mistake of travelling to visit family and friends by air.

Mongoose R.I.P.
by Robert Jackman
Bill Buckley is dead. May he drift, Restless In Purgatory. Bill was a talented actor of the Rockefeller-Dulles-Dupont school who operated for the better part of 5 decades, starting in College. Bill was a loyal trooper, always faithful to The State.

...But What Will He Do For Me....?
by Wayne Grantham
It's very much a shame to see great nations of people fall prey to a demonstrably failed philosophy, but it's happening in most, maybe all of the industrialized nations of the earth. Of course, the non-industrial nations are already there. I'm guessing that it'll take longer than my lifetime before the world returns to a new black plague- and-famine Dark Age, but we appear to be headed that way. With the blessing and abetting of not only the world's leaders, but the herds of the great unwashed, as well.

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