'Faith may be defined briefly as the illogical belief in the occurence of the improbable' - H.L. Mencken
'What mean and cruel things men do for the love of God' - Somerset Maugham
'The Pope! How many divisions does HE have!' - Josef Stalin
'It's very interesting when you think about it, the slaves who left here to go to America, because of their steadfast and their religion and their belief in freedom, helped change America' - George W. Bush, Senegal, July 8 2003
Eleanor & the Doughboys
In our special series on the centenary of World War One, the War to End all Wars, XenoxNews.com will tell you the stories the others keep hidden. That’s because unlike the pathetic patriotic claptrap dished up by the lamestream media, XenoxNews.com scribes have actually been working. They have been researching the role played by all the nations involved, not just the usual players. The stories they have uncovered will amaze you. Tales of apparitions, spiritual visitations, and just the plain old bizarre. Stories about the events and people that really happened during the First World War, and shaped the world we live in today...
American involvement in World War One was short and, in terms of actual fighting, very small. But their psychological impact was huge. In fact, once he heard the Yanks had joined the fight the Kaiser fled to Holland. That's how shit scared he was!
But the Yanks were fighting long enough to have one famous visitor; Eleanor Roosevelt. The neice of former US President Teddy Roosevelt and future First Lady to President FDR. The tale of her trip to the battlefields of France has long been hidden but XenoxNews has done the research, and can now tell you the full story about Eleanor and the Doughboys...
THE FRIAR OF FRAUD DEFROCKED!
So, there it goes, Tony Abbott PM, like a cheap squash ball ricocheting off the walls, floor and ceiling, leaving every window broken, every racket unstrung and every player black and blue.
Max Gross bids farewell & feck you to a nasty, narcissistic, self-important prat who wrecked the place, paving the way for his nemesis.