Saturday 1st of October 2016

dear jessica...

religy

It's fine to believe that Islam is for peace. It's fine to believe Christianity is for peace. But both religious beliefs and that of Israel were born from conflicts and all have led to many wars since their deceptive inception. All these religious beliefs are more or less derived from the Abrahamic legends and have been based on sorrow, wrath and pain of being "man". Here one has to say Jesus was not a warrior and that Buddha was not a warrior. In contrast, Mohamed was a warrior. Peace has been the exception between all these religious mantras.

going for gold ...

going for gold ...

Oi! Oi! Oi1

 

 

 

desperate & dateless ...

desperate & dateless ...

There are many reasons for the current woes facing the government but, considering their habit of rewarding incompetence, it is hardly surprising.

arguments, agreements and conspiracies...

transfer...

 

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aladdin's lamp...

idiot...

 

In November 2015, a cartoon in Al-Ahram, an Egyptian state-owned newspaper, depicted an Islamic State ogre with “Made in America” emblazoned on his back. It wasn’t unusual. A look at Middle Eastern news media shows that this idea is startlingly common. Even prominent officials in the region, from Egypt’s former culture minister to a former deputy prime minister of Iraq, have publicly ventured conspiracy theories that Washington created the Islamic State.

détente..

detente

I have been trying to place a date on this very funny cartoon, published say between 1960 and 1980 in The New Yorker... 

and they can't swim either...

 

census...

Australia has a population of just under 50 people, according to last night's census figures. It represents a fall from the 22 million measured in the 2011 census.

The snapshot of the nation showed that almost one in five of all Australians now live in a share-house in Coppin Street, in the Melbourne suburb of Richmond. The flatmates, who moved into the property last week, are still waiting for their internet to get connected.

read more: http://www.smh.com.au/comment/satire/australias-population-now-48-abs-confirms-20160810-gqp623.html

 

 

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