Wednesday 27th of January 2021

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full of good intentions...

popeye

President Biden’s state of health will not allow him to govern. Already a group of activists are preparing his decisions. Quite far from his electoral programme, he has signed decrees representing a "woke" culture that distances him from the majority of his fellow citizens. However, nothing can be done about it, the extreme-left groups have already demonstrated against him. The United States is sinking into division.

 

Joe Biden Imperator


by Thierry Meyssan


President Biden’s inauguration speech on January 20, 2021 was full of good intentions, but does not contradict the facts as much as it does itself [1].


war drunks...

warwar

The Blob Is Addicted To Overseas Interventions

Whichever party wins elections, the foreign policy establishment will find a war to get involved in and a means to justify it.


and god created the bigots...

daddies

Former ABC journalist Kerry O'Brien rejects Australia Day honour in protest over Margaret Court award...


Renowned journalist Kerry O'Brien has rejected his Australia Day award, saying the decision to give former tennis great Margaret Court the country's highest honour is "deeply insensitive" and "divisive".

 

the other mobs of lepers...

the other mob

Joe Biden And The Death Of Free Speech

The president's first day was marked by a harsh crackdown on the right to protest. So much for a return to normalcy.

 

by James Bovard

 


a modern odyssey with genies in bottles...

odyssey

“Wherefore we find our adventurer Odysseus stirring, his patience at an end. His black ship is run down to the water. He calls for mariners”...

rapidly expanding anti-free speech movement...

lit

Why Burn Books When You Can Ban Them? Writers and Publishers Embrace Blacklisting In An Expanding American Anti-Free Speech Movement

 

 

by JONATHAN TURLEY

 

 

in paradise, they don't have to prune trees... — ugs isykloen

orwell

“There was truth and there was untruth, and if you clung to the truth even against the whole world, you were not mad.”

retired general mcchrystal compares the republican party to al qaeda...

convenient...

As they develop a coherent narrative and unifying ideology, extremist movements and leaders increasingly come out of the shadows and communicate over open forums in an effort to recruit and radicalize a wider following.

saint augustine would be proud... or would he?

bidenrama

Among the many familiar Catholic references in Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s inauguration speech, one stood out as surprising: a quote from St. Augustine.

 

"Many centuries ago, Saint Augustine, a saint in my church, wrote that a people was a multitude defined by the common objects of their love, defined by the common objects of their love."

 

 

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