There’s so little news around today which I haven’t already commented on recently, or it’s not worthy of a comment because it’s just stuffing.
I wouldn’t normally publish twice in one day, certainly not on a Sunday. However, I want as many people as possible to see this video, and share it on their own social media sites. It’s only 16 minutes long, so it won’t take up too much of your time, but it is important.
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds.
Phone bills, air travel and crime will all rise in the event of Brexit. Oh, and if that’s not enough to send you peasants scurrying back to your hovels straight after whatever it is you usually do on a Thursday, thus not voting to leave the sinking ship European Union, we’re going to threaten you with terrorism!
Is Cameron starting with the daftest arguments he can fathom in a bid to soften us up before the big day? Or are things going to escalate into an hilarious situation where Dave and Big Bozza try to out clown each other?
Thursday 23rd June 2016. The day when your vote might matter in Britain. It’s unlikely that there’ll ever be a democratic chance to peacefully remove a layer of government again, so I urge everyone to get involved in this.
Probably one of the most influential bands ever. Always thought provoking, always controversial, still relevant years after disbanding. Crass!
A fantastic own goal for Sarah Colborne, director of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign, as Russia Today reports the imminent closure of the SodaStream factory in Israeli occupied West Bank (Palestine), which will lead to 87 Palestinians, including managers, losing their jobs. I hope the rest of Palestine benefit from this!
But surely, if there are laws against publicly boycotting a country’s produce, there should also be laws against boycotting a county’s workers. Or maybe that’s just too many laws, and we should just live our lives as respectful, peace loving, human beings. I guess that’s too much to ask of any government. So who should we really be boycotting?