Monday 25th of January 2021

Gus Leonisky's blog

you say hack, we say christmas carols....

hack

Hackers have breached computer systems used by US federal agencies including the Treasury and Commerce departments, US Government officials say.

 

tell him he's dreaming...

hawaiian holiday...

 


in any democratic ideals, our decisions have to include nature...

cicada

The climate conference next year will determine cause for any serious, immediate optimism, Attenborough says.

the marketing of scomo's howzat...

solution

While Stephen Smith was Australia’s foreign minister during the Rudd government from 2007 to 2010 he instructed his department to banish the phrase “punching above our weight” from speech notes and official correspondence.

testing the vaccines in the pub...

pub test

A billion-dollar deal for the Morrison government to buy more than 50 million doses of the University of Queensland’s potential coronavirus vaccine has been abruptly terminated after several trial participants returned false positive HIV test results.

vale the mungo who laughed...

rabelais

solving the climate crisis...

coal and gas

Pacific leaders have condemned Australia’s Paris climate target as “one of the weakest”, urging Canberra to commit to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 and abandon its Kyoto carryover credits.

nature's assassins...

bug

At first I though this was a spider attacking a caterpillar. But I counted the legs. This fellow catching a caterpillar is definitively an Assassin bug: 6 legs and two long antennas. The caterpillar skin is toxic, mostly on the top. The Assassin bug turned the prey around and pierced to the juicy bits on the belly. The caterpillar fought back by wriggling violently. Embraced in a tussle, they lost their footing and fell into the litter below where the fight continued. This is nature...

 

 

covid-19 versus mass shootings...

gunsDave Chappelle has been one of the biggest, loudest and and most acerbic comedian, yet he is wrong...

nato is a puzzle...

nato

No one challenged NATO rules during the Cold War except France. But in view of its excesses since 2001, each of its members (except Turkey) is thinking of getting out of it, including the United States for whom it is nevertheless indispensable. The internal report on what it should become illustrates its contradictions and the difficulty of reforming it.

 


NATO Puzzle



by Thierry Meyssan

 


VOLTAIRE NETWORK | PARIS (FRANCE) | 8 DECEMBER 2020



running age care facilities like private dunnies?

porkies
Coalition Spin Kings: Expecting accountability in aged care is mere tilting at windmills

 


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