A painting by a Great Master that turns out to be a fake is an all too common story of the art world. But how about a “fake” that is revealed to be authentic?
There is a very interesting book written by a Mexican journalist called Salvador Borrego about WWII, whose title would translate: World Defeat (Derrota Mundial). In it, he explains how the Americans and the British won a war against themselves.
ONE of the world’s oldest and most respected medical journals has published a damning attack on the UK Government, saying ‘science is being suppressed for political and financial gain’ in the mould of ‘some of history’s worst autocrats and dictators’.
On February 1 1945, Poland’s General Anders reproached Winston Churchill for not adhering to the English guarantees (to defend Poland’s independence). He asked the unelected British Prime Minister. ‘What shall we say to our soldiers? Soviet Russia is now confiscating half of our territory and wants the remaining part of Poland to be managed according to her own fashion. We know from experience where that leads.’
The police serving in Spain’s three police services have been warned that if they continue to persecute and ticket those brave enough to defy illegal government orders, they themselves face their day in court. To claim they were only following orders will not save them.
The United States Army, which is increasingly dependent on female soldiers, has issued new regulations that allow women to wear lipstick and no longer limits their hair to a tight, disciplined bun.
DUNCAN O’FINIOAN: ‘You’re not going to wake anyone up, anymore. We’re basically at end game. There are things about to start happening everywhere that’s going to freak the shit out of people. Back away from trying to wake them up. They’re comfortably asleep. They are where they want to be. And unfortunate as it is, when the crap does hit the fan, they are going to look around and say, ‘why didn’t someone say something?’ ~ Duncan O’Finioan.
These are some funny and amazing videos about animals. Take a break for a few minutes and smile!
Of many legends woven about World War II one of the most enduring is the ‘Britain at Bay’ fiction. The story goes that in 1940 the warlike Reich invaded unprepared innocent France.
The question being asked is can Coca-Cola be brought to the Court of Human rights and various legislative bodies for blatantly pillorying ethnic-Europeans.