Tuesday 21 February 2006

Rules for us, rules for them.

Mark Steyn on Naomi Klein:

Miss Klein rages about how distinctive regional identities are being obliterated by a bland remote multinational homogeneity — and she does it through a column in Canada's Globe And Mail, reprinted in The Guardian. Does Miss Klein never spare a thought for the stringy English feminist in her grotty Earl's Court bedsit cranking out good, honest, hand-crafted, distinctively British anti-capitalist columns only to find she's been tossed on the scrapheap because The Guardian finds it easier to outsource cheap mass-produced opinion pieces to some round-the-clock factory in Toronto?


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