Monday 2nd of May 2016

the devil employs angels to do his PR... and the angels do it for cash...

devil

We need more than polemics. We need revolutions. Revolutions without violence nor weapons. Actually we need to bypass the ready-made comforts that are drip-fed to us by Big Corp — to recreate management of our own needs, at grass root level. Simple. Well... it's simply said... Harder to realise. We won't. But we will need to eventually do it, while taking care of the planet BECAUSE, surprise, BIG CORP IS NOT GOING TO.

 

the panama papers explained by uncle rupe in a toon and surveyed by offguardian...

panama papers

The Panama Papers broke, yesterday. Dozens of MSM outlets joined together in echoing this startling piece of investigative journalism: Rich people avoid paying their taxes. I know, I was shocked too.

greece's bleak future...

greece's bleak future...

Endgame for the IMF-EU Feud over Greece's Debt


Greece hasn't been saved just yet - and the conflict between the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Europe is sharpening. Greece's former Minister of Finance Yanis Varoufakis expects a showdown between IMF and Germany.


vale bob...

 

bob, we will miss you... bob, we will miss you...

Legendary Australian writer, journalist, playwright and auteur Bob Ellis died today, 3 April 2016.

the joke seems to always work...

a hand squeeze...

You know the joke: your point the finger at someone's shirt and you say "Oh" as if there was something your interlocutor had to look down at and then you raise your finger and hit his/her nose? Got ya...

Meanwhile Moscow has to deal with US aggression and ingratitude... 

 

loony park...

loony park

Loony Park... Picture by Gus at Luna Park, Sydney, modified by Gus

The prime minister says defeat of his income tax plan is a wake-up call for state premiers to start living within their means.

COAG-ulation...

 

mr magic and dracula...

Senior ministers have thrown their support behind Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, after his contentious plan for income tax was rejected at yesterday's Council of Australian Governments (COAG) meeting in Canberra.

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