Sunday 22nd of January 2017

the pattern emerged a long time ago...

the smell is in the air...

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says the Government values the advice it receives, despite multiple recent disagreements between ministers and senior public servants.

messenger season ...

messenger season ...

It’s hardly President of the Human Rights Commission Gillian Triggs’ fault when the Australian government is the worst human rights offender that Commission has to deal with.

broken dreams ...

broken dreams ...

empire burlesque ...

empire burlesque ...

 

arse about ...

arse about ...

When George H W Bush first publicly coined the phrase New World Order, a term previously proscribed to conspiracy buffs, it came as both a declaration of unilateral power, and a brash ultimatum to anyone who didn’t like the way America does business. The sentiment was recently echoed in outgoing President Barack Obama’s final sales pitch for his embattled the TiSA, TPP and TTIP trade agreements.

the world is crook. blame someone...

angel versus demon

London: On the face of it, NatWest's decision to unilaterally close the bank accounts of RT, aka Russia Today, is astonishing.

spot the crooks ...

spot the crooks ...

Things are so bad on Nauru that New Zealand has stopped foreign aid to their justice sector.

de-vo-lu-tion...

evolution of the dumbest

Joe Scarborough writes in The Washington Post: 

why the romans lost the empire...

trio of  idiots

More than 100 days after the election the three Turnbull Government frontbenchers with responsibility for the Defence Department are yet to publicly confirm their precise ministerial powers — a stalemate which is causing angst among departmental officials and military companies.

eureka ...

eureka ...

Forget recession.  This country is suffering from depression, and I don’t mean the economic definition as much as the psychological one.  There is a malaise afflicting the nation.

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