Wednesday 26th of June 2019

Gus Leonisky's blog

up twin creeks with a paddle made in china...

china

Tony Abbott's re-election campaign held a fundraising event at a private golf club run by a fugitive Chinese casino tycoon with deep ties to the Communist Party. 

a gift from the mad evolution of life...

moneyed

First a few points made by some other people about societies...


moving to the next stage: highway robbery...

isr

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has said he will annex Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank if he is re-elected.

pauline knows the date of the elections: may 18... now you know...

pauline knows

Pauline Hanson has again taken to social media from her sick bed – this time to claim she knows the date of the looming federal election.

celebrating the madness of life...

hedwig

One can only laugh at the feeble efforts by some mobs to tell us that religion and sciences are compatible, complementary or even the same thing and that god, vishnu and allah absolutely rule relativity. 

symbolism, silence, sacrifice and dead soldiers...

silence

The Hall of Silence, located at the centre of the Sydney War Memorial, is striking in its starkness, and has a powerful effect on visitors.

 

amerika and the united nations...

crapper

The UNO destroyed by US « exceptionalism »

by Thierry Meyssan

Now weakened in comparison with their Russian and Chinese competitors, the United States have returned to their historical reflexes. In terms of foreign relations, they have abandoned the liberal international order and returned to the doctrine of exceptionalism. By questioning their own engagement with the Security Council, they have opened the way to the deconstruction of international Law and the end of the United Nations. This evolution, which shocked the countries of Western Europe and plunged them into confusion, had been anticipated by Russia and China, who were preparing for it.


amazing budget if you live that long...

budget pud...

The Coalition will have to win re-election if it is to deliver its long-touted surplus, which the Budget tips to be $7.1 billion next financial year. 

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