What prompted this post was yet another UK press headline, understandably furious with the thoroughly evil Mr Corbyn for suggesting that, instead of blowing-up terrorist Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi , perhaps it might have been better to just arrest him?
This is totally unforgivable, treasonous even! Is Corbyn suggesting we investigate the terrorist’s crimes first, by arresting him and putting him on trial, how would that be fair? Is he suggesting we rise above the chaotic, evil regime of ISIS and show how a more mature, civilised, morally-developed culture might behave? Even more unbelievable – could he be thinking we might want to forgive those that trespass against us!?
It’s not the first time the despicable Mr Corbyn has behaved in this way either – the monster has previous. I recall watching him in a live TV debate and being astonished to hear him saying he wouldn’t be pushing the nuclear button that would result in the deaths of thousands and thousands of people! I have to say I was truly dumbfounded – how could anyone possibly think that way?
There’s also been numerous reports of the Labour Party leader talking to all manner of terrorist groups, regardless of what he might think about their causes. Attempting to broker peace deals, encouraging ceasefires and other such nonsense.
In all these examples we can see Mr Corbyn’s sadly misguided belief in such principles as “justice, freedom, and equality”. Not in my name!
Perhaps Mr Corbyn should look across ‘the pond’ for moral guidance? The orange-faced toddler, the ‘stable genius’ that is Donald Trump. A real leader that we can easily admire, respect, and rely upon to always do the right thing.
OK this is going to be just a spontaneous rant, but I just read a article on the BBC entitled “How fake news plagued 2017“. The piece then goes on to highlight a series of major ‘fake news’ stories that occurred this year.
And where does this article take all these supposed ‘fake news’ examples from? Fucking Twatter and Fecesbook! Facebook and Twitter are not news sources, so it’s not fake news. Continue reading →
Why are the views of Mark Zuckerburg shared by the world’s media? Why should we care about the opinions of a man who created a ‘Hot or Not’ computer program?
Why is it we all know the name ‘Donald Trump’?
Because through the dogma of Capitalism, we erroneously equate peoples monetary wealth with their importance.
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Well that’s what ‘so called’ Islamic State (IS) calls them! And some of them wear camouflage fatigue trousers, so they must be proper soldiers? Continue reading →
I saw a report on this new Pepsi advert, the one where a model, who I’ve never heard of, is distracted during a shoot, by a large group of protesters. The report suggested people were upset with the model’s participation in this disgusting commercial, but what should be bothering people is – how the fuck did this advert ever get made! Continue reading →
I have a fantastic idea
Obviously, in order to run a successful nation state, you need the right people in place to make the important decisions that affect all our lives. Of course most of the time this starts with some form of national government; democratically elected politicians we put in place to make decisions about law, health, education, foreign policy, tax rates, state spending, welfare, etc. Continue reading →
Does that make you selfish, or just not interested?
My interest in this question stems from something I heard during the UK general election last May 2015. I was watching one of the many political TV programmes on at the time, and they were interviewing the novelist Lionel Shriver. The discussion was around how people were likely to vote, and she mentioned the idea of the ‘shy Tory’. Continue reading →
I have to admit I’m not a massive fan of American’s and their culture: the idea that unbridled capitalist greed is the way to power and influence, has led to a society that’s become too controlled and corrupted by wealth for my liking. But watching thousands of American people die every year is both maddening and horrifying. Is it that American lives aren’t worth very much? Continue reading →
I hate the term ‘War on Drugs’, it’s an expression used for propaganda purposes. It suggests drugs are some sort of insidious, invisible enemy that we must protect against at all costs. Continue reading →