Monthly Archives: November 2019

DRAGS, FAGS AND QUEERS SHOWN THE DOOR

Hungary has pulled out of the Eurovision Song Contest amid speculation that the annual competition is too queer for the country’s pro-family government. Hungary has not given an official reason for the withdrawal. However, a source at Hungary’s broadcaster, MTVA, reportedly said staff believed the move was about Eurovision’s association with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transvestite (LGBT) decadence and degeneracy.

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LONDON THE EPICENTRE OF HOMELESSNESS

While corporation-owned media headlines describing any who despise Israel’s hate crimes as anti-Semites a poignant cavalry of homeless mourners dragged their battered bags and suitcases filled with their worldly possessions into Trafalgar Square’s church. They did so to draw attention to and pay respects to London’s rough sleepers who have died on the British capitol’s streets.

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THEY’RE KILLING MY SON SAYS ASSANGE’S DAD

Julian Assange’s father, John Shipton, gave an interview to the Strategic Culture Foundation. After arriving from his home country of Australia, Shipton is visiting several European states, including Russia, to bring public attention to the persecution of Julian Assange by British authorities over his role as a publisher and author.

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