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6, the China subversion and now aggression against the fourth nation in seven months, should make even the blindest sycophant reconsider.
Even the blindest can see how indispensable is the decisive struggle against the priest, whatever he is called: pastor, rabbi, patriarch, mufti, or pope; that struggle should be waged no less ruthlessly against "God" whose name is Jehovah, Jesus, Buddha, or Allah.
Only the blindest of Canada's left academic ideologists cannot see through this patent conceit.
Visionaries, even if they happen to be like our Campana, are inevitably the most artless, the blindest of creatures on this earth.
He said: "In actual fact it hasn't made the blindest bit of difference.
James Hamilton, Glasgow, said: "Diouf could dye his short and curlies blue and it wouldn't make the blindest bit of difference.
The minister added: "No one struggling to pay bills, get the kids to school and hold down a job is going to take the blindest bit of notice.
Then again, at that stage it looked as though United were dead in the water and only their blindest followers would have backed them at such long odds with a hectic and difficult fixture list ahead and key players like David Beckham, Roy Keane, Nicky Butt and Rio Ferdinand missing.
Fielding's rapport with the audience is such that they willingly follow him even up the blindest alleys of his imagination, and when he fires on all cylinders there is no funnier man on the whole Fringe.
The result of Godolphin's Emirates Dubai World Cup trial at Nad Al Sheba earlier this month is not printed on the pages of the form book, but the four-year-old and Hills proved it worthy of the blindest faith as he took the world's richest race, carrying a total purse of Pounds 1,807,229, in track record time.
Actually, it won't make the blindest bit of difference with your PC's operating speed - but at least you can pass the time playing 'broom-brooms' while you're waiting for that page to load.