Even The Guardian's readers support the Mali intervention
Further to Owen Jones's carping about non-interventionism this morning, it seems that even his ideological base disagrees with him
This morning, Owen Jones laid out precisely why he seems to think allowing Islamists to run roughshod over Mali may be a good idea. Our Executive Editor demolished such myths shortly after, which you can read here.
But now it emerges that even Jones's ideological base disagrees with him, with 79 percent of Guardian readers voting in favour of intervention against the Al Qaeda elements in the country.
Anyone care to tell Owen that he has turned into everything he claims to hate so much? That's right Owen. You're 'out of touch'!
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