Hat tip Honest Reporting
"Terrorism is a word full of connotations, so we avoid using it. The terrorist for some is the defender of freedom for others. The terrorist for others is the avenger of injustices against others. It is not up to the BBC to judge the motives of those who execute attacks, as cruel and bloody as they are."
Lord Haw-Haw could never have outdone this. The Brazilian branch of BBC has stated that the London attacker last week may be a freedom fighter. They won't call him a terrorist.
Well, we certainly don't want to be judgmental, do we? By this standard, Charles Manson and Adolf Hitler just may be freedom fighters.
Does today's Britain bear any resemblance to the Britain of Winston Churchill? Hardly. Neville Chamberlain, sure, but not Churchill. Not even Margaret Thatcher.
And while they are at it, maybe they should grant a posthumous pardon to Lord Haw-Haw.