Peace Economy vs. War Economy: Xi Jinping & Biden visit Saudi Arabia. MBS welcome both, differently
Leader of China and US President experienced contrasting welcomes in visits only five months apart. While Xi Jinping is considered as a leader, and as a long term strategic partner with mutual interest, Biden is what it is: a politician who is temporarily president that yesterday had one agenda, today another and tomorrow will belong to the history.
British PM Rishi Sunak pledges further action on strikes to 'protect lives'.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said on Wednesday he would take more action "to protect the lives and livelihoods" of Britons during months of planned strikes by rail, health and postal workers. He only have no idea what actions he’s going to take, if at all. Once again, as always with Sunak, he promote a sounds-good wish about what “should” be done, instead of practically doing anything but talking.
When the law makers are the law breakers... welcome to the British Banana Republic.
The members of the government, who receive a salary for being members of the government, establish an external advisory body to advise the government on various issues. Those members of the government pay this external body of theirs a budget of millions, from the taxpayer's money, and receive a huge salary from this body so that they give advice to the government, which is actually them.
Russia blames: "UK navy behind the terror attack which blew up Nord Stream". London denies involvement, but investigates how the information leaked
Russia has accused Britain of conspiring to blow up the Nord Stream gas pipes, claiming Liz Truss texted Antony Blinken after the explosion saying 'it's done.'
Boris Johnson is about to sign a contract with an American company to get millions for giving speeches. Something he did until very recently for free.
The public has two choices: to appreciate his ability to give brilliant speeches that has remained hidden until now, or to assume that this is the way to pay him back for the great amount of weapon sales he facilitated to Ukraine. Just as Tony Blair became a millionaire for the billions he made for the oil companies by faking the excuse for the Iraq war.
Rishi Sunak is not a democratically elected leader
We all criticize China because their president has been just re-elected with nearly 3000 votes. We all describe Vladimir Putin as a dictator because only 67 million Russian voters democratically voted for him. And here we are again, in so-called democratic Britain, with yet another unelected Prime Minister, who almost nobody from all the 65M British people, voted for him to be the Prime Minister.
To all the British people who are criticising Rishi Sunak because of his skin colour
Trevor Noah has come up with a brilliant piece on his evening Daily Show, which should be part of the British EDUCATION, system because he reminds us that for all that white British men have done the past 400 years, all over the world, we should be the last who should be outraged ,to be governed by an unelected official, with a different skin colour.
Mr. Sunak will have to deal now as a PM with the economical disaster he created as a chancellor.
From now on, every time you hear someone who will claims that the United Kingdom is a democracy, or that the method of government in England is more democratic than China, is either stupid, or a crook, or both. Like it or not, Rishi Sunak is an unelected PM. His success will be a proof that democracy is wrong, and his failure will be a proof that oligarchy is not what Britain needed. If the gas price, food and energy bills going back to to what it was before Sunak became Boris Johnson’s Chancellor, this will be his success. Anything less, is a failure.