"'...I shall have to close the factory!'"
"But he didn't do that!" Charlie said.
"Oh, yes he did. He told all the workers that he was sorry, but they would have to go home. Then, he shut the main gates and fastened them with a chain. And suddenly, Wonka's giant chocolate factory became silent and deserted. The chimneys stopped smoking, the machines stopped whirring, and from then on, not a single chocolate or candy was made. Not a soul went in or out, and even Mr. Willy Wonka himself disappeared completely.
"Months and months went by," Grandpa Joe went on, "but still the factory remained closed. And everybody said, 'Poor Mr. Wonka. He was so nice. And he made such marvelous things. But he's finished now. It's all over.'
"Then something astonishing happened..."
Pro-Muslim Rhetoric Is the Perfect Wedding to Anti-Muslim Policy - Glenn Greenwald wrote a very interesting article, Let's Not Whitewash George W Bush's Actual, Heinous Record on Muslims in the US. He accepts that Bush was...