Sunday 28th of May 2017

it's the "iraq has weapons of mass destruction" false mantra again...

wilkie versus the empire...

Independent MP Andrew Wilkie has questioned whether Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime was responsible for last week's chemical weapons attack on civilians that prompted US missile strikes.

when the mexican wall and a donald decree was a shovel...

in the land of the free...

This early 1920s cartoon is from Winsor McCay who was more famous for his strips and animation of "Little Nemo" than his political views. 

See more and pay some cash to Wikipedia on my behalf at :

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winsor_McCay

the psychopathy of the US government had not improved from the previous administrations...

diplomacy

US Defense Secretary James Mattis claims last week's US missile strike on a Syrian airbase damaged or destroyed 20 percent of the country's air force.

from the master of disguises...

disguises

"I think [my parents] were in their 40s before they could afford to buy their first home. "It's not something you're meant to get — the two-car garage [house] when you're 22. "I think... that this generation and the one before think that's the way it has to be — well I'm afraid it's not that way." Senator Hinch said a lifetime of renting was common in many big cities around the world, where often people were unable to afford to buy property. "That's why in New York, when you watch programs like Seinfeld, there was such a rush to get hold of rent-controlled apartments," he said. "Because that's the way people lived their lives. They didn't expect to own a house."

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modern pestilence and kicking the rightful owners in the nuts...

modern pestilence...

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is understood to have told the Adani group chairman the issue of Native Title in Australia will soon be resolved.

vale a real genius of satire...

clarke

Celebrated satirist and comedian John Clarke has died suddenly, aged 68.

Clarke was born in New Zealand but made his name as a comedian and political satirist in Australia after arriving in the 1970s.

 

the world's a stage and some of us are mere puppets...

puppets

WASHINGTON — For the first 10 weeks of President Trump’s administration, no adviser loomed larger in the public imagination than Stephen K. Bannon, the raw and rumpled former chairman of Breitbart News who considers himself a “virulently anti-establishment” revolutionary out to destroy the “administrative state.”

war crimes...

war crimes...war crimes...

a rogue in a china shop...

a rogue in the china shop....

A joint command centre made up of the forces of Russia, Iran and militias supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says the US strike on a Syrian air base crosses "red lines" and it will respond to any new aggression and increase its support for its ally.

hypocrisy rules ...

hypocrisy rules ...

It seems that every new US president has to prove his machismo…or make his bones, as wise-guys say … by bombing the usual Arabs. By now, it’s almost a rite of passage. The American public loves it.

So we just saw the US launch 59 or 60 $1.5million apiece cruise missiles at a western Syrian airfield to express President Trump’s outrage caused by seeing injured children allegedly caused by a Syrian government toxic gas attack.

credlin's acid column in the sunday telegraph of 9/4/17 was designed to promote shit as an alternative to positivity...

negativity...

Peta Credlin admits the climate change policy under Julia Gillard's Labor government was never a carbon tax, but the coalition used that label to stir up brutal retail politics.

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