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You ever get the feeling that cosmic forces are just fucking with us?


MEANWHILE, in Australia...


"Economic anxieties" strike again...



MEANWHILE, in England...

Don't be these bros today, please...



Is there anyone even tangentially linked to Trump who isn't a disgusting piece of shit?


MEANWHILE, in Scotland...

Bloody critters strike again:



If that's accurate then a whole lot of talking point narratives just went up in smoke...


How Assad's War Crimes Bring Far Left and Right Together -

The 'anti-imperialist' left is now shilling for tyrants in Damascus and Moscow. And conspiracy theories are the toxic glue binding them to their fellow Assad and Putin apologists on the alt-right

Compare and contrast:

"We lost. War machine bombs syria. No evidence Assad did it. Sad warmongers hijacking our nation."

"Congratulations to all the war hawks and pundits and regime change propagandists who encouraged [Trump]. There is still no evidence that the [Syrian] government carried out last week’s alleged attack."

Little distinguishes these two tweets' content.

But the first is from conservative talk-radio host Michael Savage, and the second, from regular RT contributor and pro-Assad leftist Rania Khalek.

In recent months, the crossover between leftists and the far-right in defense of Syria's tyrant and Russian geopolitics has become increasingly obvious. Its implications are potentially disastrous for the course of the international left and political society in general.

Most of the stories in the media alleging that the Syrian regime's attacks on civilians are "fake news" have come from the conspiracist and InfoWars founder Alex Jones, and from Breitbart's London outfit, as well as the conspiracy-syncretic and far-right friendly Veterans Today, according to public scholar, Caroline O.


"Economic anxieties" made her do it, I guess...


35 years ago today on the radio:

Not bad... I could do a LOT worse than this!

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