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          Wednesday 15th of January 2020

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          confusion on the next step abounds...

          next  Behind the Scenes of U.S./Iran Relations

          of the bitter-sweetness of life...

          picasso's   Rod Dreher pushes the limits of his limited knowledge without the ability to think outside the religious box — except to blame what’s outside for the destruction of the box. Today, he is mortified as to why the teaching of Christian beliefs is taking a hammering, even in Christian colleges… Here he warns us about the complacent piety of older American Christians:

          cynical Gus needs a bit more burley to take the bait...


          RC into climate change...

          Battered PM announces bushfires royal commission commission and puts climate change on the agenda.

           

          Prime Minister Scott Morrison flagged the inquiry as he conceded there were things he could have handled better at a personal level.

          the royal ship is sinking...

          circus   

          Prince William breaks silence on Megxit: ‘I want everyone to play on the team’


          Prince William hopes the Royals can one day reconcile, he said in his first public comments on the Megxit scandal.

          the things-that-are...

          sausages

          In Anaxagoras' philosophical views, the mechanism for the apparent coming-to-be is mixing and separating out from the mixture, produced by the vortex motion of the ingredients. Through this mechanism, the real things, the ingredients, can retain their character throughout. When an arrangement breaks apart, the ingredients are dissociated from one another and can be re-mixed to form different arrangements, or other perceptible objects.

          the happy clappies support the happy coalies..

          scommoo

          Climate change rallies have been held in most capital cities around Australia in the wake of the bushfire crisis, with thousands of protesters criticising Prime Minister Scott Morrison's handling of the fire emergencies in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.

          the colonialist good oil...

          colonialism   "Every accumulation of knowledge and especially such as is obtained by social communication with people over whom we exercise dominion founded on the right of conquest, is useful to the state..."

           

          The conscience of the press...

          news of   

          In 1960, Sir Linton Andrews wrote a long article about “The Conscience of the Press”. This article is nowhere to be found on the internet and information about Linton Andrews is quite sparse. He had been a journalist and one of the president of the Press Council after a Royal Commission — to inquire into the finances, control, management and ownership of the press — had been voted upon by the British Attlee government in 1946…

           

          carrying out the Brzezinski doctrine in the middle east, by destroying diplomacy...

          bugger man and his bogeyman   The death of General Qassem Soleimani at the American hand was a cowardly political murder for the sole purpose of blowing up the table and plunging the Middle East into a chaos from which only the United States and their few regional allies, Israel in the first place, can emerge winners.

           

          warning... US Plan to Take out Seven Countries in Five Years Was Real

          rogue

          This latest act of US aggression should jolt everyone to recall the words of retired 4-star US General, Wesley Clark, who was at the helm as the Supreme Allied Commander of NATO in 1999 when the West chose to obliterate Yugoslavia under the auspices of humanitarian aims which now stands exposed as a flag of deceit and convenience.

           

          toning down, town gas and gaslighting...

          gaslighting

          It has been suggested by one lonely astute reader that I should tone down my "insults" aimed at various people — from the Prime Minister, Scott Morrison to the sensitive writers of the Murdoch media. This name calling, I have thus been told, makes me appear infantile and stupid — which I am with no regrets — but devalues my otherwise excellent arguments on whatever subject I fall into, like a pink pig falls into a deep well, by bringing me down to their low level of the gutter. Fair enough. So, from now on, I will try my best to muzzle the satirical pantomime into a more scientific psychological evaluation. Thank you...

           

          official assassinations...

          assassinations   

          The assassination of Iran’s General Qassem Soleimani could be a Trump's triumph of catastrophic Pyrrhic dimension, to our detriment and that of the planet...

           

          your eden is on fire... quo vadis? quibus infernum sanguinum es? nero's song...

          neroscumson

          Hundreds of people sheltering in the New South Wales coastal town of Eden are being told by police to leave the area immediately if they are not able to defend themselves.

          Dozens of people had sought shelter on Eden's wharf, but police say that area is no longer safe.

          selfish promotion of a bloated narcissist evangelical...

          bullshit

          'Disappointing': RFS boss says he heard of defence deployment from media, not Scott Morrison

           

           

          By David Marr

          As the bushfire crisis became even more grave, the PM’s office released his promises of ships and troops to music. Yes, a jingle

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