Games that people play. At G20 summits.
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The G20 summit in Mexico is a waste of time and money. They could have done it over the phone really.
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The latest G20 summit is useless. They could have done it over the phone.
G20 finance ministers come up with a plan of ring-fencing debts in the eurozone. No one talks though that it would take trillions of public money.
How come politicians have no sense of humour?
Who would win if there would be a beauty contest held among the world leaders.
Time For Politicians To Follow Mick Hucknall’s Example. And Apologise To All The People They’ve Screwed
Ben Delicious writes from London: If you by any chance missed the big story a couple of weeks ago about Mick Hucknall of Simply Read apologising to the women he had slept with, then you’re obviously not following the news properly and, what is even more disturbing, don’t read Stirring Trouble religiously like you should. Anyway, the fact of the matter is that in a moment of humility Mick had confessed to have f..ked around 1000 groupies in the short […]
Adam Lovejoy reports from New Delhi: Are you one of those people who think that world leaders go on foreign trips to discuss serious things with other world leaders and sign crucial agreements and generally promote their countries? Is that what you think? Well, that means you know nothing about politics. The thing is, they’re in it for the good time. They travel abroad for the freebies, the food, the wine and the presents, and to promote themselves as world […]
Today we present more breaking news items. from the Stirring Trouble team. Breaking News: At the next G20 summit in South Korea world leaders will be comparing their private banks accounts. And having a laugh about the economic crisis. Breaking News: FIFA President Sep Blatter says he’s appalled by reports two of his people asked for $500,000 in return for votes. Five hundred grand for a vote is peanuts, he says. My boys are giving us all a bad name. […]