Iran has shown the British what kind of people we really are: without honour and without shame, writes David Cox in The Guardian.
April 10, 2007 7:55 AM Subscribe
Our shameless culture, by David Cox (The Guardian):
Iran has shown the British what kind of people we really are: without honour and without shame. The Sun, the now officially approved
disseminator of British military information, notes that navigator Arthur Batchelor was "tormented" by being called "Mr Bean". Understandably, he had to cry himself
to sleep. Perhaps President Ahmadinejad feared that the goody bags might just prove a step too far. But no, they were gratefully received, in a response that aptly captures the infantilisation of a people that once ruled much of the world. Navigator Batchelor has however since complained
that the quality of his own bag's contents was not what he had hoped.
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