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THE TEMPERING

Moors in. The Moors are used to torturing. Fascists like that kind of thing. I saw some of the things the Franco boys did, you know. We came into a sort of dusty, greyish-brown village. ... Well," says Ball, "the other day I happened to look at somebody's bright-red belt thrown down on a brown blanket. I happened to look at it while I was thinking of something else. And I didn't sleep that night, and when I did drop off about four o'clock I had dreams. You'd never believe what a woman can have done to her, and still live."
" But you gave them a taste of their own medicine when you copped 'em, I bet," says Barker.
" No," says Ball, "we didn't. You don't stop that kind of thing by doing it yourself. We strictly did not do anything of the kind. That's just where the Fascists are mugs, you know. They go in for tortures. That makes everybody hate them. They cut their own throats. I've seen the remains of people, all charred; soaked in petrol, you know, and lit. One of those dead bodies is a better argument against the Fascists than all the speeches in the world. And you don't think we were mugs enough to give them similar arguments against us? Besides, if you're fighting against a fellow because you don't want what he stands for, damn it all, you don't go and do just the very thing you're fighting to put a stop to. Do you? Even if you want to, you don't."
" I dunno," says Barker. "People must be mugs to stand for Nazis."
" People are mugs to stand for anything they don't want to stand for," says Shorrock.

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