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Coming to a cinema near you: the life of UK's Captain Tom

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Syrup.

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Syrup as sickly sweet as only English flag waving sentimentalists can confect.

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Surely the point is that if the British government weren't a bunch of corrupt, incompetent, third-rate, ideologically-driven chancers Captain Sir Tom wouldn't have needed to walk laps around his garden for charity.

Interestingly, he seems to have spent the war years fighting the Japanese in Burma (now Myanmar).

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I fully expect this film to provide an in-depth explanation and impartial analysis of the British Army presence in Southeast Asia. As we know, the good British people never discuss the war against Japan without full awareness of the morality and justice underlying their own country's actions.

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As we know, the good British people never discuss the war against Japan without full awareness of the morality and justice underlying their own country's actions.

This isn't true, though. It is a topic which has been thoroughly talked about. Myanmar in particular.

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