Posts Tagged ‘onion’

Not from a family of onion-eaters? India’s finance minister takes heat for ‘insensitive’ remark during vegetable price hike debate

Nirmala Sitharaman told India’s lower house of parliament that the government was taking measures to address the skyrocketing cost of onions, which are currently selling at more than 100 rupees ($1.40) per kilogram in many states. Unfortunately for the finance minister, her words of reassurance ended up sparking an avalanche of internet outrage after she […]

Bitter time for New Delhi: Why onion crisis and its political fallout in India is one of history’s poor jokes

History pulls some poor jokes and I am afraid onion is one of them though it’s unlikely millions of my agitated fellow Indians would view the matter as funny. Onion prices have hit the roof in India, a kilogram costing one-third of an average Indian’s daily income of $4 dollars, forcing a worried government to […]

Philadelphia Is Using A SONIC WEAPON To Keep Kids Away From Parks! (Not The Onion!)

July 9, 2019 By Press For Truth Is it satire, is it science fiction or are city council members and police in Philadelphia completely losing their minds? City officials and police in Philadelphia have been using what they call an “acoustic deterrent” (but it is described by a local councilwoman as a “sonic weapon”) to […]

Not The Onion: Biden Promises To Cure Cancer If Elected

Having promised to “make America America again,” Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden decided to one-up President Trump during their dueling rallies in Iowa… though this time, we suspect “sleepy” Joe may have over-reached. Not content with the usual impossible campaign promises, Biden promised to cure cancer if he’s elected… […]

Not The Onion: Knives Too Sharp in Britain

Not The Onion: Knives Too Sharp in Britain May 27th, 2018 Via: Telegraph: A judge has proposed a nationwide programme to file down the points of kitchen knives as a solution to the country’s soaring knife crime epidemic. Last week in his valedictory address, […]

‘I Am a Human Being’: A visit with Dareen Tatour

The 33-year old Palestinian poet and photographer Dareen Tatour is currently on trial in Israel for incitement of terror and faces a possible four years in prison. She is one of hundreds of Palestinians who have been targeted for their posts on social media. She was arrested and detained last October and has been confined […]

Nationalism as a Web

Most of you will have been watching Joe Owens’ videos, in which he argues that Nationalists need to get back to mainstream political work, knocking on doors, leafleting and what have you. In a recent article by Roman Bernard at Radix Journal, we see articulated the other extreme: a rejection of electoral politics in […]

This is What Happens When You Put an Onion in Your Ear Overnight

Did you know that onions may be used in different ways? They can be eaten alone, added to dishes to increase the flavor, used to clean barbecue grills, and even placed in socks or ears at night to help heal our bodies. Yes, onions can help fight colds, fevers, and flu-like symptoms. If you ever […]

Onion Twitter joke prompts serious response

Ed O’Keefe Washington Post Sept 30, 2011 Just hours after federal officials arrested a man alleged to have plotted an actual attack on the Capitol, the U.S. Capitol Police aren’t laughing about a joke tweet suggesting a similar siege. The Onion, a satirical newspaper, wrote this on its Twitter feed Thursday morning: BREAKING: Capitol building being […]

Peeling the 9/11 Onion: Layers of Plots within Plots

Peeling the 9/11 Onion:  Layers of Plots within Plots Jim Fetzer (with Preston James)   One of the primary means of immobilizing the American people politically today is to hold them in a state of confusion in which anything can be believed and nothing can be known… nothing of significance, that is.– E. Martin Schotz, […]

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