'Daphne Caruana Galizia, known for her investigations into corrupt Maltese politicians, has been killed by a car bomb. Daphne attacked both the government and the opposition in Malta. Daphne's targets ranged from corrupt politicians to banks facilitating money laundering and the links between Malta's online gaming industry and . . .
Presume best intentions and grabbing an opp. to promote political aims, Joanne Lockwood -- see Premier News and link to this post -- asks Nigel, for a print job. Who might as well/should have/why not eh?, stated upfront; doesn't work for anyone too far from his sexual and social ethics.
He believes, people predominantly choosing all they . . .
Mission find anyone writing not smacking with self-righteous twaddle about Harvey Weinstein? Good for a quote?
About as interesting as it gets: 'Harvey . . .
'Time for a Laugh. A reader sent this humor:' (to Paul Craig Roberts)
Said I'd save doing long quoting/excerpts but this one best seen out here.
What to say and this scoop?
Taking down the flag taker-downers, in a wash of merriment and the ridiculous prospect of trying to cleanse history is gagging for redemptive humour. An . . .
New way here on TS. Quote from an article. Link, while not displaying an excerpt. On writing not vid. Short and say it. As Orwell wrote, the enemy, is insincerity. A gap between aims. Real, or declaring, and unnecessary jibberin'.
Writing... a writer, where be thee? Pilger can. Does here. Gone there. Last article will TS, before seen. . . .
By the last post Paul Craig Roberts is getting angry; 'This is the American media, a collction of dumbshit whores who sell their souls to official lies. America has no greater enemy than its own media'. Anyone think he's over-reacting, the course language too much? Shouldn't we all have such shocked expressions and make cries . . .