International

“Stupid Woman” May Thankful Eyes Diverted From No Deal Plans

After Jeremy Corbyn was thoroughly humiliated by the Prime Minister’s “pantomime” gag regarding this half-a-job, footage was taken of the opposition leader mouthing what looked like, “stupid woman” directed at May. This sparked hours of debate in the Commons about the appropriate response - Speaker of the House John Bercow did not witness the incident so could not make a judgment.

Electoral Reform Bill Passes & Carbon Tax Support

"This week on the Canadian News roundup we see bill C-76 on electoral reform passing, support for carbon tax from private businesses, and more."
americas, trump

Cohen Testimony, Trump Meeting, Updates From Cuba, & AOC Under Investigation

"This week was all about Donald Trump and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. If you could force those two to live together, you would get the greatest reality TV show ever made. While the president was the focus of testimony by Michael Cohen and while he was in peace talks with Kim Jong Un, Ocasio-Cortez was involved in a lot of left side infighting. This is the last week in review."
china

Japan & South Korean Military Tensions Rise

This weeks roundup we look at some continuing stories as there isn’t much news in Asia that is any grand geopolitical importance. In China,...

Obamacare Out, White House Staff In

Our healthcare laws could see a rapid change, end-of-year staff shake-ups continue in the White House, and another funding deadline means another shutdown threat....

Britain Can’t Dodge EU Copyright, Brexit Wrangling, And Soviet Foul Play

Can Britain keep the memes? Internet trolls in Britain will have to hold their breath longer as it appears the EU’s copyright directive, Articles 11...
china

China Hijacking Memes, US Tensions, & More

China is dominating the news this week as we look into the Chinese Government trying to hack memes with their new campaign to capitalize...
china

Malaysia Goes Nationalistic, & Cotton On The Moon

"The news this week is quite spicy compared to other weeks as we’re looking at two things involving China and the passage of a nationalistic law in Malaysia." This week's is a good one!
brexit

Brexit: If There Is Hope, It Lies With The Proles

We dissidents have the impression of being a plucky minority amongst a pack of wolves. Everyone seems to be against us. But that’s only...

May Shows Her Colours & Royals Cough Up To US

Relationship With EU Post-Withdrawal Settled The UK and EU have settled on terms for their relationship post-Brexit and will be finalized this weekend. Prime Minister...

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