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Glaessner, Sian

Love your enemy - everyone can change: David Cameron

Well we've all heard that slogan by now haven't we? Something about blue green algae? Pond slime?

Love your enemy ...... everyone can change: Hollywood

We all like to be entertained don't we? And isn't it great that the hero gets the girl, the poor get rich and the good guys (us) always win?

Love your enemy - everyone can change: George Galloway

Well gather round me people there's a story I'm gonna tell, about a brave young prophet, you should remember well...

Love your enemy - everyone can change: "Beyond Petroleum"

Well darlings, the object of our desire this month is not a person, it's a concept. Oooh. An advertising concept. Aaaaah. It is - wait for it - “Beyond Petroleum”.

Love your enemy – everyone can change: Dr John Reid

Hello my lovely ones, are you feeling full of vernal passion?

Accidental casualties

As Peace News went to press, hundreds of protesters remained on the streets of Uzbekistan, following mid-May's unrest and subsequent massacre by government troops.

Love your enemy ... everyone can change : Tony Blair

Why hello there voters! You've heard his slogans - you've read his posters, you've burnt his manifesto... Are you thinking what I'm thinking?

Through war and terror

“The two stacks of hay there had been burnt; the apricot and cherry trees he had planted and reared were broken and scorched; and, worse still, all the beehives and bees were burnt.

Love your enemy - everyone can change: Kevin Stanley Beeston

Well my lovelies, this month we're meeting mister Kevin Stanley Beeston.

Things are not as bad as they seem: they are much, much worse

Russia after the election is a grim place. With electoral doubts safely swept under the carpet, Putin has been sworn into Office.