• 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 Corruption100 Years Later, the Madness of Daylight Saving Time EnduresHow the government uses its giant facial recognition database10 Numbers That Prove That We Are Rapidly Becoming A Nation Of Government DependentsSurvey Reveals What Really Scares Americans: #1 on the List May Surprise YouCrime Pays (If You’re in Government)The CAFR Swindle – The Biggest Game In TownHow Globalists Plan To Use Technology And Poverty To Enslave The MassesHow Executive Order 6102 Doomed AmericaSecret Government Buries Deep Underground Command Centers 1 Mile…

  • 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,…