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Anyone who wields the Sword of Truth is operating from strength and can cut down any misinformation an investor has received.
The only sword they have in their possession is the sword of truth.
The sword of truth hidden within this one was the campaign to prove to Greeks that losing the Euro really would leave them up the Drachma without a paddle.
Then there was Jonathan Aitken, the sometime Conservative Cabinet minister who famously promised to wield "the simple sword of truth and the trusty shield of British fair play" in a libel action against The Guardian and Granada TV, and landed himself an 18-month jail sentence for perjury.
As someone who enjoys dressing up in wigs and gowns I thought it my duty to provide an explanation for the forthcoming libel trial in which the poor besmirched wallflowers of Cheshunt will defend their lilywhite reputation against The Guardian, heirs to Jonathan Aitken's shining sword of truth.
An epic journey has been created, and collections which hold the Sword of Truth predecessor will relish CONFESSOR's powerful conclusion.
Aitken's words when he launched his libel action came back to haunt him: "If it falls to me to start a fight to cut out the cancer of bent and twisted journalism in our country with the simple sword of truth and the trusty shield of British fair play, so be it.
The sculpture depicts Mithras being born from the Cosmic Egg, holding the Sword of Truth and the Torch of Light, and is surrounded by reliefs of the twelve signs of the Zodiac.