Posted on 14 August 2016.
As ‘We’ all know and agree, Tony Blair is a strong leader in a tight spot, who just did what he had to do!
But what are his top 30 rationalizations for the Iraq war?
And more pertinently still…
Can ‘We’ ever get him to just stop at 30?!
Enjoy this video of phony Tony floundering and squirming. (A little bit twitchy and hurriedly-flustered in tone, surprisingly enough!) Read the full story
Posted in Internets Tubes, World News
Posted on 06 July 2016.
1. It was all John Major’s fault.
2. It was all Saddam Hussein’s fault.
3. Divine intervention (more or less the right kind). Read the full story
Posted in War Zone, World News
Posted on 25 February 2016.
Here is more pitiful bien-pensant claptrap from the BBC, following their recent flamboyantly privileged nitpicking over the term ‘Islamic State.’
The ‘Republicains’ of Sarkozy are now the ‘soi-disant Republicans,’ because some members of other parties believe that they are the true inheritors of ‘la Republique.’
BBC journalists must never speak of the Lega Nord, because the Lega Nord cannot speak for all northern Italians. Anyway, where does the North end and the South begin?
The Republican party cannot be called the GOP, because the Democrats are also fairly ‘Great’ and ‘Old.’ And you can also probably guess why some Republicans have convinced the BBC to speak of the ‘so-called Democrats.’ Read the full story
Posted in Human Interest, Television
Posted on 24 February 2016.
The BBC, inspired and encouraged by their recent decision to rename Daesh ‘The So-called Islamic State’ (Sinister-Teutonic-Capitals ahoy!) have invented some new equally patronizing euphemisms in order to talk down to non-Muslims too.
For a start, they are referring to the ‘So-Called Worker’s Party of North Korea,’ in order to prove they have nothing against actual workers in North Korea who don’t like the Pyongyang dictatorship.
And their preconceptions regarding Taiwanese nationalists have also driven them to speak of the ‘So-called Chinese Communist Party.’ Read the full story
Posted in Television, World News
Posted on 29 September 2010.
SINGAPORE (GlossyNews) — Media experts have been observing a recent trend in how seemingly simple events are portrayed by our news sources. Radical interpretations of ordinary incidents in the lives of the famous seem to be going through major distortions. How we perceive events in our reality is colored by prejudices, opinions and attitudes that we already have present in our minds. Nowhere is this more evident than in the world of politics. Take an example from a day in the life of President Obama as seen by a normal person and as seen by the agents of FOX News: Read the full story
Posted in Entertainment, Society