(And I bet they deserved it. Walking through the desert screaming Waltzing Matilda at the top of their lungs, drinking Fosters and eating BBQ shrimp obnoxiously in front of the locals, using incomprehensible English idioms like ‘fair dinkum’ even when it didn’t apply. Curses on you Australian extremists and the kangaroos you ride in on! As an aside, the article linked has to be the most cowardly so far)
(I believe this is a direct and non-ambiguous violation of the US 1st amendment. At least if he did it in the US. I guess the founding fathers couldn’t possibly imagine a president promoting some religion outside the US)
(I must say, and say with deep and profound sorrow, that I have begun to feel quite differently than I used to, about the US government. Not that long ago I would have volunteered myself to fight for American causes and outcomes as the greatest force for good the world had ever known)
A hairdresser in West London has described the bizarre incident in which he found himself face to face with North Korean officials who demanded the removal of a poster that parodied their leader Kim Jong-Un’s hairstyle.
Mo Nabbach, who runs M&M Hair Academy in South Ealing, told the Evening Standard that after putting up a poster with the words ‘Bad Hair Day?’ featuring a picture of the North Korean dictator, two ‘officials’ from the nearby North Korean embassy came to demand its removal.
Thank you UK Pete, EDL Buck, Fjordman, Wrath of Khan, M, Snaphanen.Dk and many many more. I am very behind on posting because there is so much to do. Culpas all around if I lost track of a link or person who sent it. The pace quickens it seems.