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NEWS FROM THE FRONT No pain no gain – but unfortunately unnecessary pain when the obvious dangers are ignored. Politicians suffer no pain – you do. 8th September, 1941 : The Finns cut the Leningrad-Murmunsk railway line at Lodeinoe Pole … Continue reading

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NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN (ALMOST) 26th January, 1910 : The rains which have been falling unrelentingly on Paris for several days now have brought devastating floods to parts of the city. Thousands have been forced to leave their homes … Continue reading

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Medial Jihad enablers

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger The Saturday morning after this month Friday the thirteenth I turned on a TV set to watch the Spanish Telediario and found that SBS (the Australian taxpayers funded Special Broadcasting Service, a.k.a. Socialist … Continue reading

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Champagne haram

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger I’m not sure. Perhaps Charlie Hebdo is making fun of the fellow denizens of France, hell-bent on proving that the collaborationist reputation France acquired during WW II is not entirely baseless. Alternatively, and … Continue reading

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ABC safe, Charlie Hebdo not

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger No need to panic. The Islam-terror-enabling weasels of the Australian media are perfectly safe, at least for the time being. Who cares about some not-politically correct Frenchies and the ancient, bourgeois idea of … Continue reading

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april memories / 17

NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN (ALMOST) 17th April, 1934 : Leon Trotsky, the exiled Russian revolutionary, is homeless again today after the French cancelled his political asylum. He had been living secretly in a villa near Paris for six months, … Continue reading

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