One such gathering occurred between 30 October and 2 November in Silver Creek, Georgia. One image from the event shows six men standing, one holding a flag with the Base’s runic logo, their faces covered with balaclavas or the distinctive skull masks that signify an affiliation with neo-Nazi “Siege Culture”. All are armed with military-style long guns. … [Read more...] about Inside the Base: America’s neo-Nazi terror network laid bare
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The Goop website explains: “This candle started as a joke between perfumer Douglas Little and GP—the two were working on a fragrance, and she blurted out, “Uhhh..this smells like a vagina”—but evolved into a funny, gorgeous, sexy, and beautifully unexpected scent. … [Read more...] about Candle that smells like a penis launches after Gwyneth Paltrow started selling a version based on her vagina scent
What Javid will do is exploit the space for extra borrowing created by the fiscal rules inherited from Philip Hammond. The previous chancellor said government borrowing should be below 2% of Gross Domestic Product – a measure of the economy’s output - by 2020-21. However, the current level of borrowing is lower than that, at roughly 1.1%. The new government can therefore borrow a bit more – about £26bn – and still meet the rule. … [Read more...] about Boris Johnson says he’ll spend, but who will pay?
The prime minister himself may not see it in those terms. He has no constant belief, aside from confidence in his own entitlement to high office. Brexit happens to be the most powerful vehicle he could find at an opportune moment in pursuit of his ambition. But he is not the driver. Mr Johnson is a hostage to the same ideological sect that besieged, captured and destroyed Theresa May’s administration. The current Tory leader is unlike his predecessor in style and temperament, but he has made the same fundamental misjudgments: that support from his party’s radical English nationalist wing can be borrowed on a temporary basis; that the hardliners can be placated, co-opted or controlled. … [Read more...] about The Guardian view on Tory purges: a historic betrayal
The Italian equivalent of the BBC is the broadcaster Rai, which is owned by the finance ministry. In the years after the second world war, RAI’s early programming was influenced by the Reithian values of the BBC and its educational approach. It aired travel programmes for people who could not afford to travel abroad and it proposed the BBC model of an independent public broadcaster for itself. … [Read more...] about ‘A giant’: what other countries make of the BBC and how their media compare