Thursday 29th of July 2021

military games...

natonato

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sea Breeze 2021 manoeuvres will take place involving:

  • about 4,000 military personnel,
  • 40 warships,
  • 30 planes and helicopters,
  • more than 100 automotive and armoured military vehicles.

The arrival of warships in the area of the exercises did not go without an incident, suffice it to recall the recent scandal with British destroyer HMS Defender.

das boot...

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Was Benjamin Netanyahu involved in dirty deals in the purchase of submarines from German defense company ThyssenKrupp? Israeli lawyer Eliad Shraga accuses the German judiciary and politicians of not helping to resolve the issue.

 

DER SPIEGEL: Mr. Shraga, you have been fighting for years to hold longtime Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accountable for corruption in the submarine scandal. Are you happy that he is now out of office?

in the memory of memorable moments...

on the benchon the bench

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Former President Donald Trump will be getting a portrait in the Smithsonian. At some point.

In April, the Smithsonian Institute said it was "pursuing commissioned portraits of former President Trump and Mrs. Trump," but did not have any further details to share at the time. 

going for woke...

wokewoke

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There is “nothing wrong with being woke” but it is “important to stick up for your history,” Boris Johnson has asserted as he was asked about a description of the new US president, Joe Biden.

more WHnews...

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A week after voting to approve a “Document on the Meaning of the Eucharist in the Life of the Church,” the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has clarified that their vote will not lead to a blanket ban preventing pro-abortion politicians from receiving communion.

WHnews...

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The US has launched air strikes against an Iran-backed militia on the Iraq-Syria border.

covidnews...

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It's hard to believe it's only five days since NSW's COVID-19 response was called the "gold standard" and a full-on lockdown seemed unlikely.

For a government that has made avoiding lockdowns a point of pride, the economic recovery evident in last week’s state budget allowed New South Wales to boast even more about its approach to the pandemic.

aliens...

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Aliens have replaced the angels. Homo sapiens is a species that cannot live without external guidance. Having vanished from relativity, god had to be replaced by the leader of the green men who regularly come to visit us in their flying saucers. From time to time one of their dare-devils (wow! Does this mean the devil still exists?) crashes his little craft and his progeny ends up in the arms of Hillary Clinton. This is real news. We’re nuts. But we’re hoping that these ugly-faced bigeyed little guys will show us the way because to tell the truth we’re hopeless.

 

free assange now...

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Donald Trump has claimed credit for any number of things he benefited from but did not create, and the Republican Party’s reigning ideology is one of them: a politics of cruelty and exclusion that strategically exploits vulnerable Americans by portraying them as an existential threat, against whom acts of barbarism and disenfranchisement become not only justified but worthy of celebration. This approach has a long history in American politics. The most consistent threat to our democracy has always been the drive of some leaders to restrict its blessings to a select few.

under stay-at-home orders and an outage...

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try me !...

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baked beans and toilet paper raids...

covid cop...covid cop...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This whole pain-in-the-arse disaster? This lockdown? This disruption? Just so we don’t forget, it came from two things.

faulty knickers elastic...

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I am going to venture into saying that the Human species has indulged into eugenics since a few days after "day one". This has prompted someone to write an opinion piece about Hitler and Ted Bundy — and for Gus Leonisky to constantly demand the release of Julian Assange from prison. With Assange, the Yankees, including our lovely righteous Joe Biden are practicing eugenics of the mind, including ours… They may not know it but this is what they do when they keep Assange in prison or make deals that involve sanctions against other countries.

 

not smiley-milley...

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For two hundred forty years, American generals have not exactly been defined by adamant public advocacy for left-wing cultural dogma. Yet there appeared to be a great awakening at the Pentagon on Wednesday when Gen. Mark Milley, the highest-ranking military officer in the U.S. as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, testified at a House hearing.

 

The Chairman vehemently defended the teaching of critical race theory at West Point and, referencing the January 6 Capitol riot, said, “it is important that we train and we understand ... and I want to understand white rage. And I'm white."

 

half-locked...

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It's one of Sydney's trendiest high streets, home to pubs, restaurants and vintage clothes shops — and it's been split in two by the city's COVID lockdown.

On one side of King Street in Newtown in Sydney's inner west, businesses have been forced to shut their doors during the week-long lockdown which came into effect early this morning.

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