6. In black and white
5. Laurence Fox fightback goes global
4. Well of course
An article about the current wildfire crisis in Australia brought back echoes of recent comments about the same issue in the USA.
It is very obvious who the people are who should be held accountable for the current mess.
At the top of the list are the premiers and ministers responsible for land management, such as it is, and bushfire policy, and the public servants in their departments with jurisdiction over forests and national parks.
3. Francophone horror
Today, around the world, people are rising up against governing class arrogance, incompetence, and treachery. This seismic global phenomenon was foretold by a grassroots art movement.
In 2000, two English painters, Charles Thomson and Billy Childish, codified what they called Remodernism, an insurgency against the manipulative and destructive Postmodern status quo. Remodernism acknowledges the purpose of art: an inclusive means of spiritual communion and connection.
1. Two people living in sin
Can’t they just get married?
[H/T Chuckles and haiku]