You’d think The Guardian, at least, would know their fascists

None more so than the hit musical Evita. A “bonkers” idea, he says, that came to him after hearing a radio programme about Eva Perón, the glamorous wife of Juan Perón, president of Argentina from 1973 to 74.

Peron was President from ’46 to ’55, then again in ’73 and 4.

Eva died in 1952.

That’s nothing the Guardian says about her up above is true.

7 thoughts on “You’d think The Guardian, at least, would know their fascists”

  1. Since when have Guardianistas let actual reality and observable/confirmed facts stop them from spouting bollocks?

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