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North Korea is well on the way to joining the Magic Mushroom Club. Could mean Armageddon for it.
As North Korea Carries Out Its Third Nuclear Test Congratulations From The Magic Mushroom Club Are In Order A post originally shared by Alexander first published over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.
Stirring Trouble Internationally is a current affairs website with news about music, entertainment, politics and world news. Today's entry is about Kim Jong Un, mushroom clouds, North Korea,Nuclear weapon, Saudi Arabia, United States, Washington and other news.
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The trial of the two killers of drummer Rigby is a farce.
The murder of Lee Rigby a few months ago happened inWoolwich, south-east London, on a busy afternoon in May on a main road where lots of locals were out with their kids shopping. CCTV camera’s have footage of the British army recruit Lee Rigby.
No mention of human rights as Dave comes to China.
China right now is a leading location to go for business networking, Dave and the gang are going out there soon to represent Britain, hopefully they come back with some great notes.
Tony Blair is the reason the Murdochs broke up. Go figure, eh?
Tony Blair former wife of publishing magnate Rupert Murdoch, Wendy Deng saying she found Mr Blair very attractive. The Dear Wendy letter has been rewrote for comical purposes and includes grammatical references to how Cherie might have felt in these embarrassing circumstances.
Social media erupts with grief again. And again, and again.
Mr Mandela, Reasons To Be Cheerful For The Grieving Winnie Madikizela-Mandel joined Twitter and made a statement that was published on a blog somewhere then shared on Social Media and the hospital confirmed that as well as being 95 he was not in all that good shape. The Nelson Mandela 2 1/2hr epic Long Walk To Freedom launched this week a film about Mandela’s life.
Swearing is an art. So don't you forget it.
The swear words and other forms of verbal abuse are losing there sparkle.Who needs this sort of attitude. Skills generating good quality verbal abuse like piece of shit, shagging the kid of analyse you’d find on a David Attenborough show looking at the human species. David Attenborough, entertainment, Health, Hollywood, media, New York, news, Profanity, Verbal abuse, Youth
In this week's edition of Telling It Like It Is, VoR's Brendan Cole discusses the week's news with former Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov and journalist and broadcaster James Whale.
A humourous conversation of this weeks news. Italian news from the Ukranian news. You can find out more about Boris Johnson, smoking and bycycles. Smoking, blank packets and reshaping sales copy as news results come in from Australia.
News from South London about Jesus and some quotes from the home secretary of saving women from 30 years of captivity with a couple living on a commune. A charity organisation managed to save the people from the commune.
The Litvenko inquest and documents from Russia and Scotland Yard facts of the death that turned out to be no facts. MI5 reports into the incident has also revealed interesting news about the topic. The business relationships between Russia and the United Kingdom continue to grow and the tourism trade continues to expand. More and more people are looking into the news from the regions. Todays epeisode mentions a little bit about that too.
How come no one's interested anymore in what is going on in the Philippines?
Anton Goryunov reports from Manila: It always happens like that. News coverage, appeals formoney are issued and then it all falls quiet. Which brings me to the typhoon that had struck the Philippines only a few weeks ago but has already been forgotten by now. Big things happen in the follow-up periods of Mother Nature showing who’s the boss. Haiti anyone?
The Paul Flowers scandal may have grave consequences for the escort industry.
Paul Flowers, may reflect badly on the integrity of the whole sex trade as he spills his guts. Things got out of hand when the rent boy, who took part in the gay orgies with Flowers, told hacks about his experiences with the former Methodist minister and Labour activist.
The new rich are not very bright. Hence the bad taste they impose on everyone.
Gold plating, Interior design, Modern art, Monte Carlo, Nouveau riche, and toilet seats. Find out more about modern art and recycled rubbish artwork. Mediocrity, you see, is very well organised and it’s very tribal. Mediocrities are united, rushing to support each other immediately.
Leaks are good sometimes for winning elections.
Are they really practising right wing machismo? Ben Delicious is in London and has wrote this really funny entry about tabloid today and the reported confusion between what David Cameron said about green energy.
Politicians making money on lectures. There's something very fishy about it.
Another interesting post about Bill Clinton, economic analysts, Gordon Brown, Harvard University, the lecture circuit in Oxford, the Politicians Lecture Circuit and Tony Blair.
Poppy harvest in on the rise in Afghanistan. All thanks to the presence of NATO troops there.
Khogyani District (Nangarhar), Afghanistan, heroin and NATO. The UK sent British troops to Helmand to help cut down poppy farming. But here are more figures that should cheer anyone who likes to shoot heroin up his or her arm or even smoke it. The drug dealers kept the banking system afloat during the depths of the 2008 financial crisis.
There's too much of sport around these days. And it's becoming really irritating.
There's too much of sport around these days. And it's becoming really irritating. The value or usefulness of the Olympic Games, then expect to be accused of pretty much everything. Olympics, fashion, sports and the sponsors plugging brands.
Young Kim Jong-Un got rid of his uncle.
When you at the top of an organisation and have to make an impression on the world in order to survive its really hard, as hard as a bucket of buffalo wings. Anton Goryunov is teleported to Pyongyang talking about the North Korea struggle at the top, this is a factual story of woe in the last bastion of communist states.
Joy hits Britain as heating bills are about to come down.
Prime Minister David Cameron noticed the price changes a few months ago and now the savings speech has been officially announced as beginning next January when the temperature should be a bit warmer.
Basking in toilet luxury is the new way of beating the high cost of living…
Mixing company designs that venture on bringing a new oomph to the bathroom. The first place to go before the store or the e-commerce route is check out your local hotels toilets. Here is a tip taken from todays post if you cannot find a sign saying toilet in the hotel look for the cloakroom sign.
Showing repeats of old news footage might help cut costs. And no one would notice.
Here’s a great way for TV news to cut costs the savings could run into tens and even hundreds of millions. TV news channels run repeats about Gordon Brown which is very odd. News reflecting over Saddam Hussein, Tony Blair and David Cameron would go down a treat a no one watching would notice that it was all just a rewrite, a repeat of what has just been said elsewhere.
America caught spying again. Everyone is getting used to it by now.
The Watchers from around the world of spying will be rubbing their heads together celebrating Thanks Giving. The US Big Brother holidays are upon us again and the allies in North America full of joy are happy that everything went according to the plan.
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Liberals and their stupid 'values' never get mocked by comedians.
booze and dope, of course, that liberals love so much and do everything to promote and consume.
This week in Telling Like it Is, broadcaster James Max, and the former Kremlin adviser Alexander Nekrassov discuss the Paul Flowers Co-op Bank controversy, the 50th anniversary of the assassination of...
Todays show takes a look at this weeks news covered a lot over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Brendan Cole, Alexander Nekrassov and James talk together and express their understanding of the news.
Considering the boredom of life in North Korea its citizens actually like a bit of loud warmongering.
Ivan Invanov reports from Pyongyang North Korea talking about the United States, South Korea and Japan problems that have been popping up this week.TV in North Koreans is very unusual compared to mainstream western tv from Uncle Sam.
Former chairman of the Co-Op Bank was an exception to the rule.
Another post from Around The World Labour from London British Museum near the CoOperative Bank, David Cameron, Flowers, Methodism, Paul Flowers, Scotland Yard and the Co-Operative Bank.
More incompetence in government is the key to success.
Look and you will find incompetence in the cabinet. R.F.Wilson is looking in the city of London’s archives and drenched up a few things. The point on this note is about privacy clubs for the echelons of British society. The feeling at Number 10 is that more needs to be done.
Here we go again: another natural disaster offers rich pickings for some.
In Haiti there are still lots of people living in tents after the disaster that happened there all those years ago billions of dollars were raised by celebrities and musicians .