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Extremely informative about the Roman ruins in North Africa, but his incessant complaining is very British. He is so upset about the ruins not being preserved. Is he not aware that the Middle Eastern spring was due to a fruit vendor in North Africa alighting himself on fire to bring awareness to the conditions in the country? I am from the United States of America and not Islamic but the "I own the world attitude" of the British and their HUGE lack of compassion for the rest of the world is upsetting and scary. I'm still watching and although I like the BCC, his viewpoints are so egoistical and it is obviously he cannot "walk a mile another shoes"....it is very upsetting.
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