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Uploaded: 30 June 2004

It's time the Sun 'nudespaper' was shut down. 

In the wake of the thug response from the Sun after referee Urs Meier disallowed a penalty goal in the England - Portugal match in the World Cup 2004, it is time to consider curbing not just the thugs who beat up Manu Peyer who wore a t-shirt, showing the red and white Swiss national colours, in a bar on the island of Zakynthos, and who was pulverized for her temerity by three British fans (sic), but that vilest of British newspapers, The Sun!

The Sun has been the thug of newspapers since the day of its ill begotten launch. What frightens me is that it is Britain's most popular rag, so if it speaks for the majority of UK citizens, God help us.

The Black shirts are here, the Sun is the face of Fascism today. 



Keith Lindsay-Cameron 2004

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