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#Piggate, Cameron & Lord Ashcroft

The Social Media has erupted into a storm under the hashtag #Piggate. The story is according to sneak release from an upcoming book by Lord Ashcroft (disenfranchised Tory Billionaire Donor) – is that David Cameron Britain’s Primate minister, allegedly placed his private parts in the mouth of a dead pig as part of some bizarre sex ritual whilst […]

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Corbyn blows away the Blair/Brown minions

New Labour leader is smeared by panic-stricken Tories as Corbyn blows away the Blair/Brown minions As expected, the Tory Dirty Tricks Department were ready and waiting to put the boot in. No sooner had news of Jeremy Corbyn’s amazing leadership victory, with nearly 60% of first-choice votes, trickled through than Conservative Central Office began […]

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Help Nail Netanyahu!

The cause of much misery and desperation in the Middle East is coming to London next week and a petition demands his arrest for war crimes… Help Nail Netanyahu! The image of a small child washed up on a Mediterranean beach like flotsam has finally shocked the Western world into action to help the refugees […]

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Get thee glass eyes . . .

Get thee glass eyes and, like a scurvy politician, seem to see the things thou dost not. — Shakespeare: King Lear: Act IV, Scene 6. An announcement by the New Zealand Government on its NZUN website[1] states: “New Zealand’s term on the Security Council will place us at the heart of international decision-making for the […]

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Labour Suicide Mission

UK Labour Party: a sad end, or a bold new beginning? Are Corbyn+Galloway the dream ticket to previously-unreachable ‘sunlit uplands’ of British politics? Would they present a much needed double-barrel warning to the warmongers of Tel Aviv and AIPAC’s lackeys in Washington? Could they clean out Westminster’s snake-pit and put Britain’s industries and workers first? […]

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The $15 Per Hour Minimum Wage

TUESDAY / JULY 28, 2015 NY Times: Raising Floor for Minimum Wage Pushes Economy Into the Unknown By NOAM SCHEIBER The fight for a $15 minimum wage has gained momentum in New York, California and other places around the country in recent months. REBUTTAL BY Thank heavens for liberal intellectuals and their “progressive” schemes. For […]

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Fluffy escapes

‘Fluffy’ Mundell flees the food bank

Shameless Government minister hightails it from an angry crowd protesting against the ‘hurt and misery’ of savage cuts that are pushing millions into poverty and hunger. It was not your usual celebration to mark the launch of a new venture. While Secretary of State for Scotland David ‘Fluffy’ Mundell was opening a food bank upstairs […]

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N.Y. Times Poll on Race Relations

SATURDAY / JULY 25, 2015 NY Times: Poll Finds Most in U.S. Hold Dim View of Race Relations By KEVIN SACK and MEGAN THEE-BRENAN By comparison, two-thirds of Americans surveyed shortly after President Obama took office said they believed race relations were generally good. REBUTTAL BY This is one of those classic cases in which […]

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A light at the end of the pro-Israel tunnel?

If Jeremy Corbyn wins leadership of the UK Labour Party foreign policy could take a turn for the better Britain suffered another disappointment last week when Tim Farron, a lightweight with the gift of the gab, landed the job of leader of the UK’s Liberal Democrats. They are the fools who sold their principles for […]

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Prince Andrew

Prince Andrew – Barely Regal…

Prince Andrew is repellent There are many scandals associated with the boorish, rude, cocky clown (just remember he represents ‘us’ around the world. *slow clap*). There’s the fact that he sold his crappy tasteless house in circumstance that reek of corruption….. And that you could buy an audience with him…. And that a man on […]

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Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay at the celebration of the 80th birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, in Dharamshala, India, on July 6, 2015. Photo: TPI/Dawa Phurbu

Dialogue is the only way to resolve Tibet issue, says top leader

Dharamshala — Celebrating the 80th birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Monday morning, the political leader of Tibet Dr Lobsang Sangay stressed his hope that “the Chinese leadership will soon understand the Middle Way Approach as a mutually beneficial solution and continue the dialogue process with the envoys of His Holiness the Dalai […]

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