Discussion of article from the Mail's columnists and RightMinds contributors
By Andy McDandy
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What's it with finger wagging? Recently it's been Leonardo DiCaprio the finger wagging environmentalist, now we've wagging a wise finger here.

Is this some sort of fetish for Dacre?
By Safe_Timber_Man
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The Mail's Russia Problem continues. I'm not sure how they're going to get their readers to fall into line because at the moment they're still being very disobedient.

MAX HASTINGS: It is truly terrifying how many people will swallow Putin's lies amid Russian denials of complicity in the Syrian gas attack or the attempted murder of the Skripals
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/artic ... -lies.html

Alan S, Northwich, 8 hours ago
A couple of questions. Why would Assad choose to use chemical weapons when he has all but won the war and, when he knows that their use would provoke a response from the USA and their allies? Also, why are our politicians so quick to believe the rebels who are a rabble of I z lam ic extremists?
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Finzi1, Dorset, United Kingdom, 8 hours ago
Sorry ,Max, don't believe you anymore.
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Truthspeaker29, bunker in Yorkshire , United Kingdom, 9 hours ago
Its truly terrifying how many people will believe anything a news outlet says that's far more worrying
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A regular bloke, UK, United Kingdom, 9 hours ago
We are backing the wrong side in Syria - end of!
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berkhead, norfolk, United Kingdom, 7 hours ago
What is truly terrifying is that our trust in politicians has sunk so low that at least half the public, including me, just don't believe anything they say. That is what needs to be addressed not fictitious gas attacks.
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Evgeny Malakeev, Krasnodar, Russia, 3 hours ago
Assad won! Why did he need a chemical attack? Fake news. Russia warned that a draft of disinformation was being prepared.
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enyaw1, Congletonia, United Kingdom, 3 hours ago
Assad is the good guy, the rest are ISIS
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RealityCheck, Ipswich, Brazil, 8 hours ago
Great acting by the rebels - anything to save their sorry asses from final defeat.
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"fictitious gas attacks."
By Malcolm Armsteen
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He's gone for Boris in a big way:

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr ... ty-britain
For many of us, his elevation will signal Britain’s abandonment of any claim to be a serious country. It can be claimed that few people realised what a poor prime minister Theresa May would prove until they saw her in Downing Street. With Boris, however, what you see now is almost assuredly what we shall get from him as ruler of Britain.

We can scarcely strip the emperor’s clothes from a man who has built a career, or at least a lurid love life, out of strutting without them. The weekend stories of his domestic affairs are only an aperitif for his future as Britain’s leader. I have a hunch that Johnson will come to regret securing the prize for which he has struggled so long, because the experience of the premiership will lay bare his absolute unfitness for it.

If the Johnson family had stuck to showbusiness like the Osmonds, Marx Brothers or von Trapp family, the world would be a better place. Yet the Tories, in their terror, have elevated a cavorting charlatan to the steps of Downing Street, and they should expect to pay a full forfeit when voters get the message. If the price of Johnson proves to be Corbyn, blame will rest with the Conservative party, which is about to foist a tasteless joke upon the British people – who will not find it funny for long.
By Abernathy
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If the price of Johnson proves to be Corbyn,
Simultaneously a chilling and a very interesting prospect. What a choice for the British electorate.

If the price of Johnson does indeed prove to be Corbyn, the price of Corbyn will surely be the return of a capable Tory leader as PM within 5 years.
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