Wednesday 24th of April 2019

Gus Leonisky's blog

taking pictures on a beaut day...

on a beaut day

I have wicked dreams… The new Premier of New South Wales, Gladys, is inaugurating her new stadium. She has managed to demolish the perfectly adequate Sydney Opera House and replaced it with a sports Arena with an open-and-shut roof looking like a modern version (more rounded) of the Old Building — a roof made of glass, steel and cardboard. 

a fine character reference for george...


Former Australian prime minister John Howard has submitted a character reference to the court for George Pell, who has been convicted of child sex offences.

an expert on noah's ark explains that climate changes naturally and has done so since the big floods...


Australia’s emissions are rising and projected to continue increasing without credible and comprehensive climate and energy policy.

OPEN LETTER TO THE UNITED NATIONS from Alfred de Zayas, 23 February 2019...



the nazi fascist world agenda of the united states of america...


The Planning of a Coup against Venezuela: Chile, September 11, 1973: The Ingredients of a Military Coup. The Imposition of a Neoliberal Agenda

Chicago Economics: Neoliberal Dress Rehearsal of the Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP)

ex injuria non oritur jus... and the USA want to steal the venezuelan oil...


As President Trump announces that the U.S. will recognize opposition leader Juan Guaidó as Venezuela’s new leader and sitting President Nicolás Maduro breaks off relations with the United States, we speak with a former U.N. independent expert who says the U.S. is staging an illegal coup in the country.


the devil made me do it...


Abuse victims have hit out at comments made by Pope Francis after he labelled the church's critics "friends of the devil".

preparing for armageddon...


Don’t panic… The earth is under attack. The comic cosmos has made life tenuous on this planet. 

scientists hit (by) the wall....


Yes, we avoided a second government shutdown this month — a fact for which we can all be grateful. But as we learn more and more about what has happened to science thus far in 2019, it is increasingly clear that our community will feel the negative effects of last month’s shutdown for years.

Syndicate content