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but falls short of overtaking Bin Laden

British believe Bush is more dangerous than Kim Jong-il


US allies think Washington threat to world peace
Only Bin Laden feared more in United Kingdom

Julian Glover
Friday November 3, 2006
The Guardian


The ICM poll ranks the US president with some of his bitterest enemies as a cause of global anxiety.
 


America is now seen as a threat to world peace by its closest neighbours and allies, according to an international survey of public opinion published today that reveals just how far the country's reputation has fallen among former supporters since the invasion of Iraq.
Carried out as US voters prepare to go to the polls next week in an election dominated by the war, the research also shows that British voters see George Bush as a greater danger to world peace than either the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-il, or the Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Both countries were once cited by the US president as part of an "axis of evil", but it is Mr Bush who now alarms voters in countries with traditionally strong links to the US.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/usa/story/0,,1938434,00.html

Mr. Intenseone:

--- Quote from: Berserker on November 07, 2006, 04:38:25 AM ---but falls short of overtaking Bin Laden

British believe Bush is more dangerous than Kim Jong-il


US allies think Washington threat to world peace
Only Bin Laden feared more in United Kingdom

Julian Glover
Friday November 3, 2006
The Guardian


The ICM poll ranks the US president with some of his bitterest enemies as a cause of global anxiety.
 


America is now seen as a threat to world peace by its closest neighbours and allies, according to an international survey of public opinion published today that reveals just how far the country's reputation has fallen among former supporters since the invasion of Iraq.
Carried out as US voters prepare to go to the polls next week in an election dominated by the war, the research also shows that British voters see George Bush as a greater danger to world peace than either the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-il, or the Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Both countries were once cited by the US president as part of an "axis of evil", but it is Mr Bush who now alarms voters in countries with traditionally strong links to the US.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/usa/story/0,,1938434,00.html

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Who gives a crap what Britian thinks. When people compare Bush to Bin Laden or Kim Jong Ill then they have some serious mental issues, I don't know about you but I no problem moving about freely in my country!

OzmO:
Only goes to show you how glazed over some people can get. 

That's actually pretty tellling when the brits think BUSH is more dangerous.

I guess they aren't completely brainwashed by FOX news over there! 


 ;D

Nordic Superman:
Libo-socialism has clearly corrupted my fellow countrymens minds!

Maybe this has something to do with the bias news the BBC reports? Me thinks so!

amc1980:
Wow. That is completely unlike The Guardian to write something negative about Bush.

That paper is only read by hippies and fags.

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