And Obama's mate Morsi died of a heart attack in jail. There seems to be some natural justice going on.Erdogan's party suffers blow after Istanbul re-run poll defeat
The beginning of the end for Erdogan.
When you want to practise a dictatorship you ought to stop elections or run them without any credible opponents a la Egypt, Russia.
The Obama administration adopted policies that appeared to favour the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt as regards aid to charities and Hilary called for Morsi's release after he was arrested. The administration went so far as to call for a ''process'' of his release. Obama used the term ''Moderate Islamists'' to describe the Muslim Brotherhood. In a speech at Cairo University in 2009 he appeared to endorse a pan-Islamist and trans-national answer to the Middle East's rule by military hardmen.How is the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood a mate of President Obama?
She deserves bad karma why?
The real irony is that someone complained that the HK police let the protesters enter the parliament and vandalise the place to make them (the protesters) look "bad"!Hong Kong protests: China says protesters 'trample rule of law'
...also known as bring back colonial rule.
"Inside, they defaced the emblem of Hong Kong in the central chamber, raised the old British colonial flag, spray-painted messages across the walls and shattered furniture."
Ironically I reckon most if not all of these protestors were not even born much less intellectually conscious during colonial rule.
Guillotine? Support your President.$2.5 million for Trump’s Red Square parade that could go along way for national parks.
Hundred of soldiers will be reporting to duty stations at 0200 tomorrow when they could be home with their families.
This is why we have guilotines.
I’ve marched in a few parades. It sucks. Only good one is the ANZAC parade if you go to the pub when you get out at the end of the day - wear uniform and impress girlies with medals.Does that mean you're not watching it on television?
I fully expected a B2 or F-117 or drone army fly by.
I imagine the honeymoon would have been interesting, in a Siberian teepee along the banks of tractor factory 28 at the height of the Soviet Union's resistance to Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher circa 1988. It doesn't get more intoxicating or glamorous than that!Just imagine if those two cranked out a kid.
He got straight down to business and burned Corbyn's badly exposed arse for nearly seven minutes straight:Boris Johnson: Premiership will be the start of a golden age
On Wednesday, Mr Johnson gave key roles to leading Brexiteers. The appointments saw Sajid Javid as chancellor, and Dominic Raab and Priti Patel return to government.
Mr Raab was made foreign secretary and Ms Patel is home secretary.
More than half of Theresa May's old cabinet, including leadership rival Jeremy Hunt, quit or were sacked.
Other key appointments included:
- Stephen Barclay: Brexit secretary (retains post)
- Michael Gove: Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, and no-deal Brexit planning
- Ben Wallace: Defence secretary
- Liz Truss: International trade secretary
- Matt Hancock: Health secretary (retains post)
- Gavin Williamson: Education secretary
- Nicky Morgan: Culture secretary
- Andrea Leadsom: Business secretary
- Amber Rudd: Work and pensions secretary (retains post)
- Jacob Rees-Mogg: Leader of the Commons
he sounded like a bumbling idiot. i'm not sure why this impressed you so much.He got straight down to business and burned Corbyn's badly exposed arse for nearly seven minutes straight:
Been waiting for this vibe since the Talking Heads got down and burned for 88 minutes on Stop Making Sense back in 1983:
Boris has been using the tactic of obfuscating stupidity with the bumbling yet likeable class clown act to destabilize his opponents for several years. And clearly it's worked as he is now Prime Minister. He must however, deliver a real Brexit by 31st October or he's toast.he sounded like a bumbling idiot. i'm not sure why this impressed you so much.
odds on that actually happening have got to be close to 0 at this point.Boris has been using the tactic of obfuscating stupidity with the bumbling yet likeable class clown act to destabilize his opponents for several years. And clearly it's worked as he is now Prime Minister. He must however, deliver a real Brexit by 31st October or he's toast.
The state of play:odds on that actually happening have got to be close to 0 at this point.
She was sapping the national psyche and pride with her reptilian antics and character deficiencies. Great that she's gone and Boris has done a good first job of a mostly positive cabinet with Brexiteers in all the right positions. Some are plants to offer a way back in for recalcitrant Remainers struck down with realpolitik and fear of the dole. I was disappointed with Penny Mordaunt, I had her down as a true Brexiteer who stayed on as a plant and Gladio agent, turns out she was indeed enthrall to the Remain cabal.Huge relief and joy that May is gone at last.
Boris makes good initial speeches and creates new cabinet with mostly sound appointments. Rudd kept on presumably for tactical reasons. Javid made Chancellor of the Exchequer. Big mistake. Javid is not up to it. Deutsche Bank background too. He fell for Islamophobia plant in TV debates and dragged all the other candidates down with him. Javid is far too soft on immigration as well.
Boris says No. Barnier says No. Stand off. We will just have to see how it plays out.
A general election would be nothing to fear though - it’s a swamp draining opportunity. Apart from that Extreme Remain have no weapons left.