Guardian blethers about Brexit during centenary two-minute silence

The crassness of the FBPE-obsessives who tweet ‘what about’ in response to even the most tragic of events is a well-known phenomenon. But today the Guardian ‘forgot’ to observe the two-minute silence to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War in order to blether about the Brexit:

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In many ways this is even worse.

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4 responses to “Guardian blethers about Brexit during centenary two-minute silence

  1. “Follow Back Pro EU”
    Read their tweets if you wish to see their real agenda, which is to blame Corbyn’s Labour for the Tories’ Brexit disaster.

    Twunts… every last one of them.
    There’s a certain Professor Galsworthy…

  2. The Guardian was definitely outdone by the pro- Brexit Junk Mail. The Bog Paper Brigade marched out on Armistice Day believing it to be a parade for fashionistas, and remembered the dead with a re-run of the Michael Foot fashion column, this time with Corbyn as the subject.

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