The whizzo scheme to acquire dosh and arms off Gaddafi and rise up against Mags was subverted and put on a back burner by Michael Heseltine, but a number of bibliophile (in Libyan terms) copies of the bible of Maghrebi socialism are nevertheless available via kalebeul to crack smokers with a wallet.
For, while entrepreneurs stripped the brass banisters and others simply ranted and roared until Saudi Embassy thugs arrived, running dog lackeys of Idris were busy relieving this outpost of the Libyan revolution of its cultural treasures.
Al-Jazeera reports that the author’s ungrateful compatriots are burning effigies of the book, and we hope that government facilities will follow shortly, at which point this item will surely acquire scarcity value. In its sheer idiocy it’s got to be one of the most extraordinary documents behind the misery inflicted by socialism-fascism.
- Really dumb French email tax proposal
French conservative MEP Alain Lamassoure wants the budget-strapped EU to tax sms and email: For email, the rate could be as little
From the Washington Post: “Asked to respond to reports that Arafat is brain-dead, [French foreign minister Michel] Barnier replied, ‘I wouldn’t
- Pejorocracy, government of the worst
Michael Gilleland believes it was coined by Ezra Pound (“It occurs in one of the Pisan Cantos, dated 1948”). I wonder
- People’s Revolutionary Plastering Squad
This has been on the back burner for a while, but, following the fine example of Untergunther, it is hoped that
- “Sonatrach is studying all options in case BP decided to sell its assets for another party”
Does this recent MedGaz pipeline story mean we’re about to see more headlines like Swedish BP chairman ‘whisked married lover on