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    January 05, 2005

    George Monbiot compares the US and UK spending in Iraq to the tsunami relief contribution

    The US government's pledge of $350 million is around what it spends every 36 hours in Iraq. Clearly, he feels, the governments spend public money killing people in Iraq and the public shells out money again for disaster relief.

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