Posted by stijbob on 2013/11/18
Anton Goryunov reports from Colombo about the recent Commonwealth Summit In Sri Lanka. This is a satirical article about how well represented Britain was this year. Anton makes a compelling story about the birth of a prime minister of Britain.
A lot has changed in the area since the civil war in Sri Lanka four years ago. The Commonwealth Summit In Sri Lanka is a vibrant event where lots of people from the UK attend, its a good chance for politicians and the aristocracy of Britain to travel abroad,acknowledge everyone and share their story. Prince Charles had a joint birthday party recently and you can read about the celebrations in Sri Lanka over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. An informative and often satirical news based website concentrating on news and current affairs, entertainment, comedy, politics from around the world and of course life in the UK.
One subject that we constantly get asked about is the Chilcot Inquiry which is looking into the last war in Iraq. A lot of people ask a lot of questions about Tony Blair for example. Tony Blair in his day also attended the Commonwealth Summit In Sri Lanka and had a big say in what goes on in Libya.
This year there were different agendas for David Cameron to address. David managed to express his views on same sex to the Sri Lankan government, the response and after effects are yet to be noticed. I am sure after reading todays light hearted article that PM Cameron will follow up in communications with the local movers and shakers in Columbo. And in his favour he has managed to cover up this recession cleverly making those that matter experience a ‘recovery’. For example Chancellor George Osborne is said to be over the moon with the announced news. Find out more about the Commonwealth Summit and some other interesting highlights about what happened in Sri Lanka over on the main website, here is the link. Imagine If Dave’s Father Was Impotent.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/01/02
India launches a missile
The Alchemist Stirring Trouble internationally
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Sandi Burn writes from New Delhi
about the vicious gang rape of a 23-year-old medical student on a bus. Stirring Trouble Internationally takes a look at sexual abuse
of women and Indian people
You will also find out about the Indian police and what they are doing to punish rapists in comparison to how this crime is punished in other countries like Russia for example.
The Indian government wants to give the impression that crime is declining in the country but according to Sandi Burn this can take years for a case to be resolved.
The Supreme Court of India needs to look closer to what is going wrong and be less lenient on crimes like this.
Gang Rape Of A Woman On A Bus In New Delhi. And The Need For India To Start Living In The Real World.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2012/06/28
India is set to elect a rubber stamp President. One of the candidates is going to solve the nation’s problems by putting everyone to sleep.
Its election time again, on the 28th June the elections take place, guess who’s there to report the details. Some interesting inside information is revealed. Read on to find out more.
In the category ‘Tales of India’ we take a look at the India elections, the candidates and the expenditures in India. Today’s entry takes a look at the shocking news of how Tax expenditures in India are being manipulated.
By reading this you can have an inside look at the trades of India that contribute to its economy and the legislation’s compared to the rest of the world. Hopefully this will give you a better idea of what to expect.
Who do you think will win the President of India?
Find out all about the elections the electorate candidates and those who are no longer standing, you can also find out speculative reasons why they flopped out or stepped down.
Find out what the sleeping masses don’t want you to know about by going over to Stirring trouble Internationally. Matta Hurry from New Delhi spills the beans. You can leave some comments there and be sure to subscribe.
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English: NEW-DELHI. With President of India Pratibha Patil.. Русский: НЬЮ-ДЕЛИ. С Президентом Республики Индия Пратибхой Патил. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2012/04/21
We see mutton chops to goatees all take centre stage in politics and Carl Marx, Trotsky and Stalin were certainly no stranger to these facial hair principles. The communist way of doing things has influenced the world for a bit of time now. The red beards we see in this image are typical of how propaganda during the early days of elections. Great authors like
The French have leaned on the angle of comparing Marxism to the Matrix as you will see in the video below and yes the main author has a beard too. The beard seems to be an important part of this era, Stalin preferred a moustache or what’s better known as a goatee here in the UK. Other authors from the northern region of Europe have looked to authors like British born author who compared Marxism with the school of Frankfurt.
These authors are by no means indifferent to what we are awaiting apparently with the economic crash and other fears. The mutton chops and big beards are tributes to methods that once worked, you can hope they work but without any real ideas there is not much chance of these teachings being practically of any use in today’s modern technological society. That said the mutton chops thanks to people like Elvis have perhaps kept the nostalgia going. Stirring Trouble Internationally explores more about the political ramifications and predicts more facial hair in the future.
the most entertaining thing found in Marxism and history is the working structure, the work he did to transform work houses was very good. The French have added to this as the workload relaxes and the west allows the East to do much of the hard work. Because of this again perhaps is how China and the remnants of Marxism is contributing to the economy, technology, fuel consumption and the moulding of metals.
Leon Trotsky (Photo credit: Dunechaser)
Carl Marx like many predecessors was well dressed with a nice tie and his beard was well presented for the time, today since the three to four blade revolution beards are phasing out. India celebrates the beard with special competitions, some people even twist the sides of their moustache like . Similarly Elvis karaoke sessions consider the size of mutton chops and replica sun glasses. Stirring Trouble Internationally takes a look at this and a whole lot more in relation to the elections coming up soon and the insurance facial hair brings in its liquidity.
Some things to look out for if you are brushing up on Marxism and history are what Hegel said in relation to Marx’s Manuscripts which also included a copy of his birth certificate, if you like philosophy. Or you could take a look at what symbolist and Protestant Max Weber had to say his opening sentences and paragraphs far outweighed the points both Marxism and the BBC did back in 1999, they awarded him ethe best thinker this country had to offer, which is of course not 100% true if true at all.
In 2000 Angela Rippon was reportedly attacked by two mugger’s one of which had a slim moustache at the same time people with moustaches and beards supported their reasoning for having it because they like the satin effect Guinness had on their top lips. That sort of thing still goes on today and frankly its just not acceptable and these people will I’m sure you agree be punished. And in the example of Trotsky and Stalin what is the point of bringing something up and not offering any real solutions. This could be seen as simply stirring trouble that is why you need some people like us to take the rhetorical stance of Stirring Trouble Internationally, it’s an important angle and we do it well. See for yourself by going over now to:
News With Satire – Winning Elections The Communist Way: Facial Hair And More Of It.
The video above is simply sociology and how things apply in society, Derrida is another good source of Marxist information and philosophy he is French the speaker in the clip is Slavoj Žižek.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2012/04/11
Mata Hurry writes from New Delhi with reports and tales of India: President Zardari’s visit to New Delhi, on Sunday, April 8, also coincided with a sudden increase of flies.
Here are the flies and ticks new policies
The fleas have been released according to Stirring Trouble Internationally. Everyone loves a good story about insects. This time of the year we see them flying around the room, outside we see them congregating around rubbish bins and enjoying the summer sun.
In places like India these fly’s can be very happy, but also very menacing. You can read the story over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. It explains better just what fly’s are doing in real life and on the circuit.
Imagine flies attracted to carrot and stick policy
In the image you can see just how big these insects can be. If you have a fear of insects you might want to skip this post. Many people are very scared of insects and as you will find out insects and flies are always causing trouble these days.
Carrot and stick policy and flies in New Delhi
One way to catch flies is to offer them something they like in this story you can find out more about President Zardari’s Carrot-And-Tick Policy.
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