Tuesday 17th of July 2018

indigestion...

bankers

It's now clear why the finance sector fought so hard against a banking royal commission.

Evidence of lies, deceit and fraud just keep on coming at the commission, much of it has occurred under the noses of directors holding some of the country's most prestigious positions.

Lest We Forget ...

Lest We Forget ...

a common wealth of royal poms...

aussie republic

British republicans say they are "disappointed" Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull did not try to stop the Prince of Wales from being anointed as the next head of the Commonwealth.

masters of the world...

pulling faces

We all have motivations. Some of these are irrelevant to the social construct, but most, overtly or subconsciously are shaped to fit the general social endeavours. 

please don’t touch anything...

news

homines enim et vindicaverunt vindicta contra naturam

not a snow job...

jon snow...

I do not know which edition of "Shooting History" by Jon Snow contained these semi-prophetic, but not politically heeded words, though I think these were in the 2004 edition. 

death masks: too arrogant...

death masks

Australia's Chief of Army, Lieutenant General Angus Campbell, has issued a directive that prohibits the wearing of 'death' symbols. 

monash — an old lion showing up the young donkeys of today's

monash

There is a controversy: to give Sir John Monash a posthumous Field-Marshal promotion. Such promotion is not unique though. I know of some people who got military promotion, after they died, for their work during the war. The problem here is that Monash was a "Melbourne man". Sorry I am a bit sarcastic here, but reading the SMH super-glorious account of Monash and then stating that:

little napoleon warns of EU civil war...

l'tle napoleon

Brussels: Emmanuel Macron, who beat back the far-right National Front to win the French presidency, said on Tuesday that there is "an increasing fascination with illiberalism" in Europe and that divisions over values within the European Union were like "a European civil war."

your mission is to self-destroy...

mission

By firing missiles on Syria with its French and British allies, the strange President Donald Trump has managed to force the Western powers to accept the end of their unilateral domination of the world. The insignificant result of this demonstration of force drags NATO back to reality. Without having made use of its weapons, Russia now succeeds the Soviet Union in the balance of world power.


aftermath...

rockets
The US must have been well aware that there were no chemical stockpiles at Syrian facilities the coalition destroyed in their 'retaliatory' strike, Russian chemical weapons experts told RT, noting the absence of toxic emissions.
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