Sunday 25th of October 2020

dead society, hopefully the poets are still alive...

communications  In the midst of outrage at restrictions on our living arrangements, issued by a UK government that has lost its orientation to reality, two questions arise.

as boris shows his arse to old europe while driving a farty brexit...

boris shows his arse...

The EU has begun legal proceedings against the UK after it refused to ditch plans to override sections of its Brexit divorce deal.


scotty of marketing knows a few spins or two...

marketing

Scott Morrison is governing in the worst of times, but he doesn't have a nickname for nothing.

the broken glass of civilisation syndrome...

glass   Rod Dreher writes an article warning us that "America Is On The Road To Revolution” and that “we

funny like an undertaker...

the undertaker

Some people already regret the departure of Mitch Fifield as the minister for lack of communications... Back in May last year (2019) when appointed "minister for communication" to replace Fifield, Crikey had this to say about Paul Fletcher :


the trump/biden debate: a shit-show that tells the world about the sewer the US is and will be...

debate

CLEVELAND, Ohio — CNN’s chief political correspondent Dana Bash unapologetically called Tuesday evening’s chaotic presidential debate a “s— show” live on the air.

more intelligent than me and my computer — and trump....

crown casino, sydney...

Humans have tended to believe that we are the only species to possess certain traits, behaviors, or abilities, especially with regard to cognition.

 

world leaders have a chance to make a difference...

sir david

Sir David Attenborough has called on world leaders to do more to protect nature.

of conspiracies, false flags, emissions, deceit and bringing out our dead...

VW   In 2013, a small team of engineering students in West Virginia helped expose Volkswagen’s decade-long conspiracy to lie about its diesel cars’ emissions.

a fish without a bicycle...

A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle. Did the slogan that adorned many of the doors and walls of women's liberationists in the 1970s imply anything about women and politics? Women in Parliament are not women without men, they are women surrounded by them. But in making their way through the congestion of legislation, policy, scrutiny, representation, electioneering and leadership, are women as unnatural and unlikely as fishes on bicycles? Do a few fishes on bicycles change our perception of fish?

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