Tuesday, 30 June 2015


Two massacres in three months… so why does the Foreign Office insist Tunisia is no more dangerous than Spain or the Dordogne?
Probably because Tunisia is no more dangerous than Spain or the Dordogne, where a similar attack could happen tomorrow. If you think Spain or the Dordogne are safer, I have a nice bridge in Brooklyn that you might like to buy.

They are neither a 'state' nor 'Islamic': Why we shouldn't call them Isis, Isil or IS
Call them "Mohareb" - enemy of Allah
Hence it would be MSIS or MSIL (Mohareb State in Syria or Levant)
or DMISH (al-Dawla al-Mohareb fi Iraq wa al-Sham).
Or you could call them Murdering, Rapist Slave-Traders, but that is hard to squeeze into a headline

Sugary drinks are killing 184,000 adults around the world every year
A massive underestimate These campaigners should learn from the anti-tobacco lobby: when anyone who has ever drunk a sugary drink dies of any illness whatsoever, it should be listed as a sugary-drink-related death.

JK Rowling Unhappy With David Cameron
Not sure why the opinion of an author of children's books counts as news. 
      Is this a case of Huffpo  searching for someone (anyone) who shares their views and then running it as news rather than bothering to write an editorial? 
      Or is it because AOL has a significant stake in Rawlings' works, so giving her free publicity pays off?

Mike Huckabee Encourages Christians To Resist Gay Marriage Through 'Civil Disobedience'
NO! NO! Civil disobediance is only for people who agree with me. 
People who don't agree with me can't use civil disobediance, can they?

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