War. In These Days

Thursday, 24 February 2022
By Tex Lumbago

Vlad, mate, have you gone mad? Trying to re-arrange Ukraine. Piece by Piece. Insane. Meanwhile the ice melts beneath our feet and the amount of methane we blow from our arses ever increases. And a small little thing mutates and infects us all.

You know I was joking when I said "New Decade, Last Decade" but it is painfully coming true. The year 2030 will be like nothing here that's for sure.

What to do? Well let's ask what our basket full of geniuses here at think...

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Monday, 16 November 2015
By Max Gross
Dirty Deeds Done by the Devout

'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


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PM Modi and The Golden Dawn

Wednesday, 11 June 2014
By Sub Continent Affairs Desk

Indian PM Narendra Modi has surprised many by one of his first acts as PM.

Reaching out to the Greece's controversial right-wing political party The Golden Dawn!

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Back to the Past to Save the Ukraine

Tuesday, 13 May 2014
By Harry Bismark Jnr

For too long there has been trouble in the East...

Today the fault lines of Europe have been laid bare for all to see. Dire trouble in the Ukraine has exposed the weak underbelly of the federal European Union. This weakness lies in Eastern Europe. A place that is a hodge podge of languages, races, 'cultures', and vagabond tribes. A place where there are People without Nations, and Nations with too many Peoples.

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Julian Assange - Your time is up!

Thursday, 16 August 2012
By Patriot

Accused sexual predator Julian Assange fled to the Ecuadorian Embassy in London last June to hide from questions about his sexual assault on two women in Sweeden. Seeking to cloak himself in the anti-Americanism garb so beloved by the latte sipping left, Assange and his rag tag bag of followers have claimed that he could be extradited from Sweeden to the US if he was sent there for questioning by the UK.


Well it seems that PM Cameron’s Government has had enough of this nonsense and is now preparing to arrest Assange for avoiding his legal obligation to go to Sweeden. Besides his perverted sexual proclivities, Assange is well known for publishing State Secrets of the US and other friendly nations. These are all illegal actions that demand a heavy handed response; and Britain and the US are well within their rights to punish him. So far they have been reasonable but if Assange, or any clapped out leftie nation like Ecuador, try to stand in their way they should be warned that they too will be punished.


Assange as seen by his Moonbat Leftie Supporters.


For too long the Governments of the West have tolerated terrorist sympathizers in our midst like Assange and his oddball collective Wikileaks. These clowns need to know that we are at war; and any support given to our enemies will receive a swift and just punishment.

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On Greece. A view from the Civilised world.

Monday, 13 February 2012
By Lt Lord Fauntleroy

They say that all that lies between civilised Man and anarchy is a thin blue line. Well it looks like in that failed outpost of Europe, Greece, the blue line is evaporating and the natives are out to play!

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Tahrir Square terror about to be replayed in Greece?

During my travels around the globe I have seen the best and worst of the developing world. But never did I think that in a supposed first world nation we would see the natives come out to play like Greece is experiencing now. Though it must be said that I have always regarded the Greeks as the weak link of Europe. I mean have a look at Kazantzakis’ Zorba the Greek if you want to know about the wanton ways of the Greeks that have finally led them bust.


Sunset over Athens…and Greek civilization?


So what to do? Can sun, sea, and fun save them? Well, as anyone who has travelled there knows, Greece is hardly a paradise. In fact a more ramshackle place would be hard to find on the European side of the Mediterranean. No, I don't think there is any hope for this hopeless place.


The Acropolis – most are disappointed by the mess around it when they visit.


After speaking to my friends in Skopje, Tirana, and Sofia, the answer seems to be that we should just build a big wall and let the Greeks sort it out amongst themselves.


Coming to the Greek border with Europe soon.


And don’t let them in until they can learn to handle a budget and behave like decent Europeans.



Lt Lord Fauntleroy,


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