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Late Night, Hot Stuff

We're teasing you a little with that title, as this story has nothing to do with anyone gettin' jiggy with it. Sorry!

What we're actually referring-to is the semi-heated debate that went on between the boys into the early hours of Day 15.

The conversation started when the topic of the recent War In Iraq came-up, shortly after Gos suggested that the World would end within 500 years. Fed said we shouldn't have backed the Yanks in the Gulf but the other fellas had conflicting opinions.

Agreeing that the United Nations was outdated, Jon felt that it should be modernised and went-on to detail how a restructured UN should serve to ensure that:

i. Everybody has the right to choose their own Government/ Leadership,
ii. Women are emancipated (free from oppression) &
iii. People have the freedom to worship whoever they like.

The well-read housemate stated that he agreed with the War on the basis that his criteria did not exist in Iraq prior to the falling of Saddam.

Also, it was noted by us that his comments and genuine insistence that women should be allowed to wear what they like etc, pretty much shot down Justine's recent claims that Jon was sexist.

During the debate Scott contributed the least but then again, he couldn't get a word in edgeways due to Fed running his mouth non-stop!

It was a surprisingly serious affair including talk of fundamentalism and liberation, mention of Clinton and Bin Laden, and a rant from Fed suggesting that Chirac could not have supported the War because a quarter of the French population were of Arab descent (it's probably way less than 10% actually).

We weren't entirely sure how much of what Fed was saying was based on fact, and given that his own honesty is currently in question over his failing the 2nd weekly task, we've had an idea for a new career...

Yep, you've guessed it; we think he should become a politician!

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