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Pamela is right: this guy doesn’t know the difference between good and bad or right and wrong. Â That’s why our world is turning to mush. A careering creature like Miliband Â who stands for nothing will fall for anything… Miliband is the strawman for the value-free society…
Daily Mail via Atlas Shrugs
Foreign Secretary David Miliband was accused last night of condoning terrorism after declaring that there were circumstances in which it was ‘justifiable’.
His remarks â€“ made in support of the ANC’s armed struggle against apartheid in South Africa â€“ were swiftly condemned by the Conservatives, who accused him of giving succour to the Taliban in Afghanistan.
The military wing of the ANC carried out a number of terrorist attacks during its campaign, including the Church Street bombing in Pretoria in 1983 in which 19 people were killed and more than 200 wounded. Many of the victims were civilians.
Asked by presenter Matthew Parris whether there were any circumstances in which terrorism was justified, Mr Miliband said: ‘Yes, there are circumstances in which it is justifiable, and yes, there are circumstances in which it is effective.’
He added: ‘The importance for me is that the South African example proved something remarkable: the apartheid regime looked like a regime that would last forever, and it was blown down.
It is hard to argue that, on its own, a political struggle would have delivered. The striking at the heart of a regime’s claim on a monopoly of power, which the ANC’s armed wing represented, was very significant.’
Last night, Shadow Foreign Secretary William Hague said the remarks were ill-judged. He said:Â ‘Ministers must be very careful before advancing any argument that seems to legitimise terrorism in some circumstances.
When so much of the efforts of our security services, and the sacrifices of our troops in Afghanistan, are devoted to defeating terrorists, this is hardly the time to argue that terrorism is sometimes acceptable.’
There’sÂ more. Such stupidity is beyond ……
There is a disconnect. When there is no senseÂ of right, wrong, country, principle – when one stands for nothing, they’ll fall for anything.
Apartheid was a horror.Â So is the ANC’s heinous destruction of that country for well over aÂ decade.Â No mention of that. No mention of the Boer farmer genocide. No mention of any of this.
Modern terrorism is ripping our society apart at its seams, hardly the time for a “foreign minister” to put a damn smiley face on it.
At one point in the programme, Gillian Slovo suggested that if her father was to be termed a ‘terrorist’, then so should ‘the Bush administration for going into Iraq’ because it was using ‘terror to pursue political ends’. Mr Miliband did not contest her assertion â€“ despite the Blair Government’s role in the invasion.
Of course Miliband wouldn’t contest it, he’s a lowlife.