Monday, 6 June 2011
Truth from falsehood
The trouble with the political service, you know, is that they can’t tell truth from falsehood. Even members of Parliament know when they’re lying, which is most of the time, but folk like Broadfoot simply ain’t aware of their own prevarications. It’s all for the good of the service, you see, so it must be true — and that makes it uncommon hard for straightforward rascals like me when we’re being done browner than an ape’s behind.
Flashman and the Mountain of Light, p.166, Fontana Paperback edition, 1991.
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