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From The Angry Arab

When the British sailors were in Iran, they read statements of Iranian propaganda; when they returned to UK, they read statements of British propaganda.

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The pride and glory of the British Empire recalls their ordeal: “They were “stripped and dressed in pajamas … we were kept in stone cells, approximately 8 feet by six, sleeping on piles of blankets. All of us were kept in isolation.” Now that is much worse than Guantanamo, don’t you think?

  • “Now that is much worse than Guantanamo, don’t you think?”

    Not hardly. Try again.

  • dj

    I suspect Bob was being sarcastic. Ir sounds exactly like Guantanamo.