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There is no such thing as an honest war. You don't just have to recall the sound of anti-war protestors denouncing George W. Bush and Tony 'Bliar' over Iraq. Every war ever fought was sold to both sides as a fight between the forces of good and evil by politicians willing to tell any lie to ensure the public believed they were in the right and the enemy undeniably in the wrong. It was Samuel Johnson who first articulated the idea that war was surrounded by lies in 1758. 'Among the calamities of war may be jointly numbered ...

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