Godwin’s Law and the Daily Telegraph

Godwin’s Law is an ancient (by internet time) law that states that in any online discussion that goes on long enough, someone will eventually make reference to Hitler and/or the Nazis, and furthermore that the person who makes the reference is deemed to have lost the argument.

It seems that Godwin’s Law applies to non-internet space as well, and with the front page of the Daily Telegraph today, as much as I’d like to say that the Daily Telegraph has lost, in fact the real losers are the Australian public who get served up such shoddy stuff parading as journalism.

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