I also wanted to include the different ways in which media talks about war. In many cases they show soldiers and heros and people support this more than the reports about the traumas they go through. I had to different news reports edited to sjow how some people only hear the good and how there is so much more than just being a hero.
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Steve Bell, Guardian cartoonist: Steve Bell tells BBC News channel: "We've got to stand up for the right to take the piss out of these monsters, these idiots, these fools, these posturing maniacs who strut around in their black gear as a kind of death cult trying to frighten us all."