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December 02, 2010


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Matt McLaughlin

I think the focus in Lewis' book is the development of a foreign nationalism within Brit foreign policy, much of it born of fiction, George Elliot for example. The landing of the Brit/Prod bishop from the battleship HMS Devastation into Palestine so Britain could finally compete in the region with Orth'x Russia and Catholic France brings to light the foothold that the West would appreciate due to this navel event. Funny to see the walls of Derry now brought to Jerusalem.


accurate information is very useful, but as you point out, it is the whole truth we are in need of.

thank you for this.

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