The USA Unpopular Again.
Monday morning again. The Cobbleition front men announce future spending plans as though they're happening this week, Spain lurches ever closer to disaster, Iran slowly creeps towards nuclear power status to combat The Israeli threat, the Olympic debt machine vehicle careers onwards to further penury for us all and it is still bloody raining. Not only that but the idiots in the "climate change" industry still peddle the "it's all man's doing" pathetic mantra.
So I decided to look for something more cheering. Well a Brit showed how to behave with dignity and decency and has never played football in the Premiership, nor ever could. Too nice and too intelligent. So that was uplifting. Thanks, Bradley.
Then there is the EU silence. Sure Spain is kicking off but hardly supported by decent coverage. The rest of The EU has decided to get "stum". You know the drill, say nothing and people quickly forget the scandals, embezzlement, crooked banker bail outs and economic Armageddon. Yet after weeks of failed summits and useless junketing, all has gone quiet. All the players are retiring to their Dachas and yachts to formulate the next stage in the process of setting up their World Government.
That brings me nicely to more good or at least satisfying news. Mrs Clinton was welcomed in a manner deserving of most Western leaders of today. She was reminded of the sexual integrity and honesty of her "chap". Remember him? The guy who regards a blow job from a teenager as not being sex? How bright is that?
She is, sadly, not the figure in the picture above, since a battalion of goons is always required to protect these totems to imbecility from their victims. Also you will note that as a pal and ally of Obummer the BBC choose not to mention her humiliating experiences in Egypt. Ones also which included her boss and benefactor back home. I am therefore most grateful to good old RT for helping brighten the morning! Mind you I feel she deserved a rousting by the style police, if nobody else!
So there you go. In the midst of all the gloom and doom some things can cheer us up. Revolution need not be fast and violent. Quiet observation and wariness can be also effective. Albeit I rather like the Spanish way!