George Michael’s anti-war, anti-Bush/Blair song ‘SHOOT THE DOG’
Thanks to Sharon Lacey for sending this more appropriate longer version (13.43) of George Michael’s BBC interview in 2003 which features his anti-war, anti-Bush/Blair song ‘SHOOT THE DOG’. A lot of people asked me about this song which I didn’t even know existed. On Dec 30 I posted a short segment from this clip ‘When George Michael received no publicity.’ After watching this I thought I had no option but to renege on my pledge not to post any more about GM. To be honest I’m glad because I realise now just how terribly this great man was treated.
What sickens me no end is Tim Sebastian’s attitude. He’s supposed to be a journalist & I used to think he was one of the best but for crying out loud, aren’t they supposed to be impartial? What we see typifies just how low the BBC & mainstream media has sunk. Sebastian goes out of his way for the war-mongers & in the process gives a peace activist a seriously hard time. Now why would he do this? There can only be one explanation – the media’s controlled by war-mongers & Sebastian knows he’d be fired if he did not do as he’s told.
Just to give you some idea how Zionists love to have their cake & eat it, incredibly Sebastian himself was lambasted recently for daring to ask the Israeli Education Minister perfectly reasonable questions. Glenn Beck had the gall to describe this “the most hostile interview I’ve ever seen.” For that I say, what a despicable, low-life, arse-crawling piece of shit you are Beck!
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