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Well, that would set a cat among the pigeons. 

Larry the feline revealed on Twitter that he had King Charles’ blessing to assume the post being vacated by Liz Truss.

Larry the Cat, the official chief mouser of 10 Downing Street, has jokingly laid claim to the premiership via Twitter, announcing on Thursday that he had been anointed by King Charles himself.

The King has asked me to become Prime Minister because this nonsense has gone on long enough,” the account tweeted, accompanied by a photo of himself seated before a miniature podium.

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The economist John Kenneth Galbraith once quipped, “Nothing is so admirable in politics as a short memory.”

The line comes to mind after watching Dr. Anthony Fauci’s interview with ABC’s Jonathan Karl over the weekend. In the interview, Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), was asked whether it was a "mistake" for schools to remain shut down for so long during the pandemic.

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It was on the 6th of December 6, 2017 that President Trump recognised Jerusalem, the ancient capital of the Jewish people, as the capital of the State of Israel.

It was a momentous decision and one that the then Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison followed in 2018. 

Yet the new Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong announced on Tuesday the Labor Government was going back on the former prime minister's decision to recognise West Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

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The thinking classes in America want to emulate the theocratic lunacy of the Sixteenth Century. They have become everything they used to despise as cruel, unjust, and crazy.

The world turns and things change. Everybody knows that. But the turnings and changings throw off sparks, which light fires. The intellectual turnings of the European Renaissance lit fires in the lumbering bureaucracy of Roman Catholicism, burdened as it was with abstruse theology larded with lingering, age-old superstition. Witch hunts, inquisitions, and persecutions ensued, even as the authority of the old order wobbled and frayed. The gross cruelties of the people in charge didn’t bolster their prestige, and a few centuries later you see the result: belief is dead.

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In a series of Twitter posts, The Ethical Skeptic — self-described as a former intelligence officer and strategist — has laid out a series of charts illustrating how cancer deaths are being mislabeled as COVID deaths.

The suspicion is that this is an effort to hide the fact that the COVID shots have resulted in soaring cancer rates. The Ethical Skeptic also takes a deep dive into the data in “Houston, We Have a Problem, Part 1,” on TheEthicalSkeptic.com.1

As noted in his article, seven out of the 11 International Classification of Diseases (ICD) codes tracked by the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics — including cancer — saw sharp upticks starting in the first week of April 2021.

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There is nothing unusual about today’s floods, fires, droughts, homelessness and hunger – they have always been part of the human story. 

But satellite technology allows us to track them better and our world-wide media revels in disaster-reporting, bringing tearfully tragic scenes into every living room, every night. Population growth means that more people are affected by weather extremes, but there is no evidence that floods and droughts are getting worse.

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A few weeks ago, Redhead, My Mum, lost her ironing board to the big laundry in the sky. It passed from a non covid-related injury. Its legs just collapsed and it fell to the floor to iron no more. It was not vaccinated and it had never worn a mask. 

It simply became a deceased board that had become bored of life. 

So why am I writing an article about a dead ( deceased ) ironing board? Because I volunteered to buy a replacement for the fallen servant who had served so well. And that is where it all went wrong....

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Social media has been in an uproar since a member of European Parliament posted a video of a hearing in which a Pfizer director admitted the company never tested whether its Covid mRNA vaccine prevents transmission prior to its approval for emergency use.

Though the fact that Covid mRNA vaccines do not prevent transmission was, of course, abundantly clear from the data soon after their implementation, this myth was a primary justification for vaccine passes and a primary cause of the unprecedented venom launched at those who refused Covid vaccines throughout 2021 and continuing through today.

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It is a funny thing. Ever since we were children, we had an eye on the prize. The balloon, the Christmas present, the bike or toy we had always wanted. 

During the clot shot years, people had their eye on the balloon: that overseas trip that they could not take if they were not vaccinated. The job they needed to feed their families. 

Many people didn't listen to the words because they were too busy looking at the reward that they would get for being compliant.

And, too often, the words were weasel words. They were not honest. They were full of lies, treachery and deceit. 

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The roots of socialism's tragedies can be found in Marx's famous Manifesto.

I recently had occasion to re-read Karl Marx’s seminal Communist Manifesto. It had been nearly twenty years since my first reading of the text in graduate school and I remembered little beyond class antagonisms, Marx’s materialism, and the exploitation of the proletariat. But the ongoing crisis in Venezuela led me to once again reflect on the Socialist and Communist Philosophy underneath the unfolding crisis.

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One day, I took my late Dad for a drive in the country. He was 87 years old at that time. He passed at 89.

It was on a mountain top.  A small mountain but Dad rather liked it. And so did I. 

It was about 10 years ago. 

Dad and I looked out across and we saw the sea. We saw the vast expanse that was the Coral Sea and having imagined the Pacific Ocean beyond. .and we looked at it and said " we fought for this. "

Yes, he did. And lest we forget this. 

I can still see it now..

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