Posted: March 30th, 2014 | Author: Michael Courtenay | Filed under: Favorite New Thought, From The Web | Tags: Australia, Australia Votes, Australian Landmark, Australian Sports Party, Breasts in Politics, Clive Palmer, Naked, Socially Engineered, Topless, WA Senate Election 2014 | Comments Off on Has Australian Politics Becoming a Topless Joke?
As polling booths prepare to open across Perth, one political party has ramped up its media presence with that standard Aussie manoeuvre, a pair of strategically place boobs.
In this latest round of political campaigning – Senate seats for Western Australia – The Australian Sports Party has posted a joke on it’s Facebook page that has many wondering what direction – if any – the party intends to canvas punters on.
Australia has a rich history of political cranks, our last election, 2013, witnessed a cacoffiny of crazy, odd-ball candidates.
From Clive Palmer’s paranoia – the billionaire turned politician still reckons lefty Greens are funded by the CIA – to the dope (hemp if you must) party, This latest election – a senate only re-run due to bungling by the Electoral Commission – will surely see politics over-run by mental micro opinion?
The big question has to be ‘has Australian politics become, well, too Aussie?’ As minor, micro parties busily stitch together preferences, swapping deals in the hope of riding an unpredictable wave into the Australian Federal Parliament, the marriages are likely to be idiosyncratic matches, The Hemp, Sports and Sustainable Pollution Parties have little in common but are likely to swap preference in order to gain seats.
The Australian Sports Party -ASP – should apologise for the above Facebook photo, a prominent women’s rights group says. The picture is accompanied by an anecdote about the woman, described as “voluptuous” and a “babe”, who is running with a sign around her neck saying, “If you catch me, you can have me” :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: January 15th, 2014 | Author: Diana Detaux | Filed under: Not Porn, NSFW R18 | Tags: Allen Henson, Empire State Building, Naked on Empire State Building, Naked Photo Shoot, New York City, Shelby Carter, Socially Engineered | Comments Off on NYC Empire State Building Sues Photographer Over Naked Pix
The owners of New York City’s iconic Empire State Building are suing a photographer for $US1.1 million/$AU1.22 million over a set of topless photos taken from the buildings famous observation deck.
Professional fashion photographer Allen Henson used his phone to take the photos last August and posted them on social media. New York City has a pretty lenient public nudity policy, so long as it happens on private property, in Empire State Building’a – ESB – case a simple No doesn’t seem to have sufficed.
Two days ago the building’s owners lodged a suit in the US Supreme Court. We can’t imagine who’d pay for pix of the delightfully topless, 22 year old, Shelby Carter!? The LA based photographer insists that when Ms Carter disrobed, there was almost no noticeable reaction from the ESB’s other guests :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: November 22nd, 2013 | Author: Felicity Evans | Filed under: Socially Engineered | Tags: china, Economic Reform, Forced Labour Camps, Human Rights Reform, One Child Policy, Socially Engineered | Comments Off on Sweeping Changes to China’s More Radical Laws, One Child Policy Eased, Labour Camps Abolished
China has unveiled sweeping changes to some of its most controversial laws including its one-child policy and its forced labour camps. The major policy shift also includes reductions on the application of the death penalty, reforms to a widely abused “petition” system and changes in a residency registration scheme.
The changes, revealed by the official Xinhua news agency, were announced days after a meeting of the country’s top Communist Party leaders.
Couples will now be allowed to have two children if one of the parents is an only child, significantly widening the exceptions to a rule introduced in 1979 to control China’s then exploding population, now the world’s largest.
The one-child policy is controversial both within and outside China, the policy has at times been brutally enforced, with authorities relying on permits, fines and in some cases forced sterilisations and late-term abortions, often triggering public outrage :: Read the full article »»»»
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Posted: July 17th, 2013 | Author: Michael Courtenay | Filed under: CRIME! | Tags: Crime, Crime Against Women, Honour Killing, Islamic Muslim extremists, Malala Yousafzai, Muslim, Pakistan, Socially Engineered | Comments Off on Taliban Writes to Malala Yousafzai Begging Her Return to Pakistan
We all remember the shock late last year when young Pakistani girl, Malala Yousafzai, was shot in the head by a Taliban assassin. The teenager recovered, resettled in the UK and then heroically addressed the United Nations on her 16th birthday – this month – vowing not to be silenced by terrorists.
Nine months after a gunman shot her on a bus in Pakistan’s Swat Valley for demanding education for girls, Malala Yousafzai received multiple standing ovations at the United Nations Youth Assembly in New York. She addressed nearly 1,000 students from around the world and her speech was immediately hailed for its power.
Bravely, Ms Yousafzai showed the attack on her had done nothing to dim her passion for girls’ education. She has not returned to Pakistan, due to persistent Taliban threats against her.
In what can only be described as a surprising turnaround, a Taliban commander has written to Ms Yousafzai, saying he regretted her shooting last year by militants and has urged her to come home :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: April 8th, 2013 | Author: Michael Courtenay | Filed under: Favorite New Thought | Tags: Facebook, Nike, Socially Engineered, Tiger Woods, Tiger Woods Nike Ad | Comments Off on FNT! Tiger Woods New Nike Ad
Tiger Woods has climbed back to the top of the world golf standings, the first time since his multiple – ooops – affairs came to light, and crumpled his marriage to the gorgeous Ellin Nordegren, way back in 2010 :: Read the full article »»»»