• Satire

    Honest Government Ad | Visit Timor-Leste!

    Source: The Juice Media October 28, 2018 The Australien Government has made a tourism ad about East Timor, and it’s surprisingly honest and informative! Related Posts:Honest Government Ad | Government CorruptionGreen New Deal DelusionWhy I Hate Flying in America…Beware the Emergency State: Imperial, Unaccountable and UnconstitutionalBreak the Cycle: In 2019, Say No to the Government’s Cruelty, Brutality and AbuseGovernment Shutdown or Not, the Police State Will Continue to FlourishAudit Finds Government Spent $14 Million in Taxpayer Funds—to Hire 2 Border Patrol Agents (So Far)Mark Skidmore on the Pentagon’s Missing Trillions‘Yellow Vest’ Protests Spreading to Other Countries as Citizens Rise Up Against Corrupt Gov’tAs Gov’t Failed to Provide, Anarchists Stepped in…

  • Dark Humor,  Humor

    Monsanto and Bayer Tie the Knot – Don’t Miss the Most Satanic Wedding of the Year

    Source: Waking Times March 27, 2018 Julian Rose Oh happy day! Two entities that are clearly a near perfect match, are to be joined together in hellish matrimony. On the 21st March, 2018, after due consideration, The EU Monopolies and Murders Commission sanctioned their marriage – for the princely sum of just $666 billion dollars. What a joyous day for the people, plants and animals of planet Earth! The wedding, between these two infamous same-sex corporates, is to be celebrated with a laboratory prepared Roundup Ready cocktail, which invited guests will be able to savor from specially commissioned asbestos goblets, each bearing the Saturnian insignia of the corporate couple. Cyber waiters,…

  • Melange

    5 Ridiculous New Year Predictions (Guaranteed To Not Come True!)

    Source: The Corbett Report January 7, 2018 James Corbett Happy New Year, everybody!… …Right? It is going to be a happy new year, right? Regime change operations in Iran and nuclear button talk in North Korea and biometric banking and a million other concerns beside, it is going to be a happy new year, isn’t it? You see, it’s just that the last article I read in 2017 was this horrifying treatise on “Everything Amazon’s Alexa learned to do in 2017” and it just seemed so ridiculously à propos to my year-end editorial on technocracy that it was almost hard to get excited for the dawning of 2018. I mean,…