Saturday 31st of July 2021

Gus Leonisky's blog

the six trillion dollar man...

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memory lapse...

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US President Joe Biden and the EU heads of state and government strongly condemned the arrest of journalist Raman Pratassevich in Belarus.

terror in democracy...

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UK's machinations

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A wide-ranging UK government campaign was brought to bear on Ecuador to press it to hand over WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange, new information by Declassified UK reveals.

upper hunter burn...

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The art of politics as we know is spinning reality in such a way that perceptions become more influential than what is actually happening.

So the weekend byelection in the rural/coal seat of Upper Hunter in New South Wales, which Labor has not held for 90 years, spells big trouble for Anthony Albanese and federal Labor.

Not surprisingly this distortion is pushed for all its worth by Mr Albanese’s principal political opponent, Liberal Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

democracy has no meaning here...

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Reporters joke that the easiest job in Washington is CIA spokesman. You need only listen carefully to questions, say, “No comment,” and head to happy hour.

 

The joke, however, is on us. The reporters pretend to see only one side of the CIA, the passive hiding of information. They meanwhile profit from the other side of the equation, active information operations designed to influence events in America. It is 2021 and the CIA is running an op against the American people.

 

two for the price of one...

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the new wonder energy...

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The article by Geoff Russell in New Matilda starts well by exposing the problems of creating a manufacture and distribution network for hydrogen, but towards the end it ventures into something about I believe the author is naive... Geoff has not done its homework.

 

the art of sharing...

the art of covidthe art of covid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We learn to share. Yet we share things, many things without paying attention. We share our life with "our" microbiome without which we would have a difficult time to digest food.

 

death of the bourgeoisie...

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The bourgeoisie is always condemned to death, it itself spreads the news quite complacently and yet continues to survive without seeming to believe in its death and is always opting for lethal solutions. Maybe the bourgeoisie has a secret sense of its eternity, maybe it only sees death as a pidley worry…

 

Jacques Perret — Cheveux sur la Soupe (Hair in the Potage) — 1954.

 

 

hypocrisy in the liberal media...

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Glenn Greenwald is at war with his former haunt… And Gus has been on the same page as Glenn. Glenn is under attack for being critical as all journalists should be.

 

 

natoléon...

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no matter what, the pipeline will be completed...

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delusions of the mad people...

multiplicity...multiplicity...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have a headache… That will teach me for drinking too much? Not really. We had a good time, it was a great party and I will go on the wagon for a few days. Being older, I don’t recover as fast but I’m not addicted to consciousness modifying substances… I just indulge their existence...

 

 

the end of the fairytale that never was...

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So much for the Good Tech Overlord.

One detail about Bill Gates has always stuck with me, and I was forever astounded that, over his 20-year makeover, it was never again mentioned: Upon his engagement to Melinda French, he insisted that if they were to marry, he would need one long weekend alone each year with his ex-girlfriend Ann Winblad.

 

Not only that — Gates asked Winblad for permission to marry, then told Time magazine all about it.

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