Friday 18th of January 2019

we cannot kill all that lovely oil from the sands of saudi arabia...

dollar

US President Donald Trump has stated that he has been briefed on the recording but he didn’t have to listen to the actual tape of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder. The Washington Post reported, citing CIA findings, that the Saudi Crown Prince had ordered journalist’s assassination in Istanbul last month.

a little butterfly...

polites

I don’t know which is worse: the permanent smile of TeeVee presenters or the Jesuits’ grand hubris about soul cleansing.

 

It’s a difficult choice, till one realizes that the pretty female smiles that are like inverted coat-hangers with teeth the size of white piano keys are about a horse race, or a local international golf championship, while the Jesuit hubris is about flagellation, sadness, educating junior into the art of belief in sin, or something like that, by choice.

 

scummo does queensland...

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Scott Morrison may have cause to think that he and prime ministerial travel don't mix very well.

love in the rough...

love

A new report has exposed glaring hypocrisy in Facebook’s attitude to fake news. Can CEO Mark Zuckerberg weather yet another scandal?

"The worst, the biggest, the strongest, the wildest, the hottest"...

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Illustration by Nobu Tamura, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (CC BY-SA)

 

"The worst, the biggest, the strongest, the wildest, the hottest"…

welcolme to nato, by jens stoltenberg...

umbragella

Good morning. It’s great to see you all.

a petulant child does not go dancing in the rain while the professional brats sell their memoirs...

empire

America cannot afford “a truculent child president” if it is to fulfil its global leadership role [read "maintain the empire"], the former US secretary of state John Kerry said on Thursday as he lambasted Donald Trump for failing to attend a key Armistice Day commemoration ceremony in Paris at the weekend.

the prostitution of dolls… and other conspiracies...

sexbot

How did we get there?...

 

History is a bitch. What we are told is deliberately incomplete, does hide our bad deeds, and is a mashed-up muck designed to taste bland without the real human ingredients of proper comprehension. History rarely contains the hidden conspiracies that led us to here and there.

 

the jesuits' world at war… hitler and pigs...

 jesuit doors in germany...
Jesuit doors in Germany... These doors are highly significant. On the left panel one can see the Jesuit symbol. On the right there is a pig. This is highly significant as well. 

the californification of the imbecile in charge...

trumpery

Trump’s Misleading Claims About California’s Fire ‘Mismanagement’


On Twitter, the president claimed that the state’s wildfire woes are a result of poor forest management. The truth is more complicated.


regime change is the name of the game...

regime change

Despite being punished with the illegitimate reimposition of nuclear sanctions, Iran continues to comply with the requirements of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA):

we build monuments to remember not to go to war but our memory isn't that good...

remembrance

Armistice Day & the Resurrection of the Old Lie

Kit Knightly


The mental scars passed down by our great-grandfathers are still raw to the touch. To truly honour their memory, we must never let new liars get away with telling old lies.

 

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coal scummo and his troops...

scummo coal

The close link between Australia’s major coal lobby and the prime minister’s office under the Coalition government runs ever deeper, whoever the leader is at the time.

The chief of staff of new prime minister Scott Morisson is John Kunkel, the former deputy CEO of the Minerals Council of Australia, the same group that thoughtfully provided a lacquered lump of coal for the then Treasurer to wave around parliament in February last year in the middle of a drought.

trump is killing beautiful babies...

beautiful babies

The soldiers standing with their machine guns can't see us behind the mirrored windows of the SUV as we speed past. A long succession of pickup trucks line the road along the shore, with men in uniform standing at the ready behind the MGs mounted in their beds. 

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