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Jamal Khashoggi, a picture tells a story at G20.

Memes, Sat Feb 17, 2018.

Memes, Fri Feb 02, 2018.

Memes, Thu Jan 25, 2018.

Trump welcomes Mueller invite.

The “Free” trade deal that refuses to die.

Inequality reaches a new record.

Learning a second language is good for brain function.

Memes, Sun Jan 21, 2018.

New Zealand is expecting a baby.

Mt Maunganui, New Zealand.

Bob Marley in New Zealand.

Trump passes medical, no psychological evaluation?!

Basic Income = Saving Capitalism.

Catalogue of a trainwreck.

CAN WE NOT SEE WHERE THIS IS HEADED? 

Trumparrhea: Shit For Brains. 

Anarchy & Chaos Will Be Your Reward. 

And what do you think happens next? Anybody read any history lately? 

XENOPHOBIA & BIGOTRY TRUMPS THE WORLD. GOD THEY NEED DECENT COLLEGE EDUCATION SYSTEM BADLY. 

She’s just as hypocritical as Trump himself.

The Germans have had some experience with the consequences of putting a narcissistic Xenophobe at the helm. 

This election is about everybody’s future. 

On Tuesday America will decide the fate of our planet. Regardless of who you support in this race, at this point there is actually only ONE criteria to consider. Which one do we trust with the nuclear code? There is NO OTHER aspect of this drawn out charade of ‘democracy’ at it’s worst that ‘Trumps’ it.

Your Vote is a Powerful Weapon to effect Change. Use It! 

Money doesn’t buy class. 

Think About It People. Trump is a Huge Mistake.

You’ll never have perfection amongst humans. Barack has been up there with the Greatest. 

The Bird Is The Word! 

Doing the lawn is a nightmare

​Baldwin Street, in Dunedin, New Zealand is the world’s steepest residential street, according to the Guinness World Records. 

As with many other parts of early Dunedin, and indeed New Zealand, streets were laid out in a grid pattern with no consideration for the terrain, usually by planners in London.

At its maximum, about 70 metres (230 ft) below the top,[3] the slope of Baldwin Street is about 1:2.86 (19° or 35%). 

Immature Nick Smith

Does the Kingmaker have Clothes? 

I can agree with the sentiment of some of Winston’s statements but nevertheless I don’t see how having a ‘stuck in Victorian thinking’ political party of ONE holding the linchpin is going to benefit anybody under 70.

The over 70’s are now the wealthiest age group by a country mile. These people are NEVER ever going to back any movement of social policy into the 20th century, let alone the 21st.

These People Vote! Neoliberals and Rednecks and Speculators and Rip Off Artists and Racist Xenophobes Vote! Over 80% of them.

WE DON’T,  WHY NOT? 

Willie & Neil showing the way