More Pearls Of Wisdom. From The Stirring Trouble Team

September 30, 2010

More Pearls Of Wisdom. From The Stirring Trouble Team

Today we present more pearls of wisdom. From the Stirring Trouble team. Strange that everyone has forgotten the main rule of capitalism: if you can get away with it, you should. Once upon a time there were no banks in the world. And it was good. You mock their religion, and they just stare at you. You say something critical about their favourite footballer, and they go apeshit. All this talk about China becoming a superpower is rubbish. A communist state is always destined to fall apart. And China will, soon. With all disrespect to George Bush, the principle idea to go to war in Iraq was taken under Bill Clinton. Well, well, well. Bono’s charities are revealed to have blown most of the money they collected of themselves. U2 Brutus? Tom Cruise playing tough guys? It just doesn’t... 

Ban Ki-Moon, of UN, Struts His Stuff In Pakistan. Should We Expect Bono, Of U2, To Come As Well?

August 17, 2010

Ban Ki-Moon, of UN, Struts His Stuff In Pakistan. Should We Expect Bono, Of U2, To Come As Well?

Dan Majestic writes from Islamabad: As the second most powerful public figure in the world, after Bono of U2, Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon, of UN, visits the flood stricken Pakistan the whole world watches in amazement as this short, inarticulate man reads out a stark warning from a prepared text: I’m a busy man, you know, and I can’t spend all August visiting places that are covered with water. So get that money rolling in. Dodgy looking characters, calling themselves ‘UN officials’, have been telling anyone who’d listen that Mr Ban is really pissed off by the reluctance of the world media to give him credit for dealing with natural disasters and solving the world’s problems. If this man loses his patience and walks away from it all, these ‘officials’ have said, the world... 

More Breaking News. From The Stirring Trouble Team

October 11, 2009

More Breaking News. From The Stirring Trouble Team

We present the latest selection of breaking news items, from the Stirring Trouble team. It is still dominated by the news about President Barack Obama wining the Nobel Peace Prize for 2009. We add our voice that those of former winners, Kofi Annan and Desmond Tutu, in welcoming the award and condemn Lech Walensa, the Former Polish President who said that it was too early for Mr Obama to get a Nobel Peace Prize. What does he know? He’s a has-been and a Pole.Breaking News: U.S. President Barack Obama reveals that since he was three years old he wanted to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Breaking News: White House denies rumours that the Vatican has offered to make President Obama the first living saint in advance of the miracles he is going to perform. Breaking News: The Nobel Prize Committee...