Fred Heutte on Sun, 7 Jul 2002 22:49:54 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime> The latest critic of anglo-american policy is ...

George Michael.  Indeed:


The line of rock and roll dissidents which stretches from Bob Dylan to 
Billy Bragg boasts a new and unlikely recruit this week: George Michael.

Known better for his permatan than his political views, the pop star has 
reincarnated himself as a protest singer with an assault on US foreign 
policy and British acquiescence in his new single Shoot the Dog. 

The startling animated video shows Tony Blair as a poodle being cossetted 
by George Bush and as a ship's captain steering Britain towards America ...,11538,747696,00.html

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