Friday 20th of September 2019

Gus Leonisky's blog

anointing the next mustardeer...

boris

Donald Trump has said Boris Johnson would be an "excellent" choice for the Conservative Party leadership.

rare earths to become rarer...

trummp

Hu Xijin, the editor-in-chief for the Global Times, has been tweeting dramatic updates Wednesday morning claiming the United States is shifting from protecting its interests to destroying China.

tax on your exquisite EU cheese platter from the IQ man who only eats shit-food...

aboeingbus

The Tariff Man is on track to hit hard again this summer, and it's bad news for EU companies ranging from Dutch cheesemakers to industrial heavyweight Airbus.

the collective versus donald's privates...

csto

We, the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Member States of the Collective Security Treaty Organization,


reaffirming our commitment to strengthening peace, global and regional security and stability based on the universally recognized norms and principles of international law and our readiness to contribute to broad international efforts to counter global challenges, including proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and international terrorism,


the dollar dollop...

nu

In 1913, Duchamp withdrew from painting circles and began working as a librarian in the Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève to be able to earn a living wage while concentrating on scholarly realms and working on his Large Glass.

 

when he died, one knew for sure scummo was going to win...

bob

There is a certain amount of counterpoint to Bob Hawke's death. This was going to impact Labor chances at yesterday's elections. As "the best" PM Hawke wasn't really. His death just before the elections would have cost 2 points to Labor.

 

Fraser was a better man. Keating was a better PM than Hawke. Gough Whitlam knew his days were counted and pushed hard for great reforms, including free medicare and free university education, but was possibly entrapped by the CIA, after having dumped Australia's support for the Yanks in Vietnam.

 

at least tony abbott is gone...

google gliggling

So the election was a disaster for the fair dinkum aussies in favour of a Trump-scummo bullshit advertising god man. A great victory tonight, for bullshit ... and a miracle for crap. Wonderful. Thank you to all who work so hard to make the future go back to the darkness of KONservatism of John Howard... Yoooohooooo! 

fighting the bastard...

porter

Christian Porter took a calculated risk when he quit as Western Australia's Treasurer to pursue a career in federal politics and he's not hedging his bets now.

manspreading in the 1960s...

peace

In 2003, George W. Bush took us to war to liberate Iraq from the despotism of Saddam Hussein and convert that nation into a beacon of freedom and prosperity in the Middle East.

Tuesday, Mike Pompeo flew clandestinely into Baghdad, met with the prime minister, and flew out in four hours. The visit was kept secret, to prevent an attack on the Americans or the secretary of state.

the dunny man...

dunnyman


the out-of-tune-band-man was confidently playing alone, banging, wheezing and trumpeting loudly to a group of grumpy muppets...

discordia

... And it has to be said that for a man with essentially one tune to play, and nobody to accompany him, Scott Morrison's doing a transfixingly good job.

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