Posts Tagged ‘satirical’

EU Issues Urgent Memo Warning About the Dangers of Satirical Memes

The European Union has issued an urgent memo warning about the “extreme dangers” of humorous, satirical memes. Yes, really. According to researchers at the EU, memes pose one of the deadliest threats to the globalist order. “It’s Not Funny Anymore: Far-Right Extremists’ Use of Humour” is a recently-published report by two researchers, Maik Fielitz and […]

Satirical Semite: Ministry of Hugs

Something in me recoils when I saw the hugging reaction emoji that was recently added to Facebook posts. Rather than liking a post, you now get to send an “I care” message by clicking the icon that looks like a yellow beachball hugging a heart. I am highly selective with whom I hug and not […]

Satirical Semite: Home Comforts

Every country has its national pastime, and for British people, it is following rules, being obedient and then complaining about it. I began to miss my family more than usual during the early months of last year’s lockdown, so I decided to sublet my apartment in Los Angeles and move back to England for six […]

Satirical Semite: Life After Lockdown

America has mostly reopened; France announced a new lockdown due to a fresh outbreak; and Britain has taken the radical step of allowing six people to meet outside. In-person schooling has resumed in the United States, although parents are concerned that students are now one year behind in their studies. This is tragic, since college […]

Satirical Semite: The Joy of Complaining

Passover 2021 is different from last year depending on where you live, in which case it may be exactly the same as last year. California’s indoor dining rules allow for socially-distanced group celebrations, and Israel has reopened, allowing households to socialize with one another. However, parts of Europe still forbid going you from going into […]

Satirical Comedic Author Dave Cowen on New ‘Biden-Harris’ Haggadah

Dave Cowen likes when the “weird thing kinda works out” in life. After writing comedy and satire for The New Yorker and McSweeney’s, he decided to embrace his favorite Jewish holiday by publishing his first Haggadah in February 2018. “The Trump Passover Haggadah,” was created out of his frustration and disappointment  toward the Trump administration. […]

Satirical Semite: Good Deeds Unpunished

There is a good deed for which you might get punished: giving charity in the USA. It took me a while to understand not what to give but how to give. I once donated to a children’s charity that resulted in me receiving a slew of mailings asking me to support cash-strapped schools in the […]

Satirical Semite: Protocols of the Medics of Zion

Special offer! This week only! Anyone for a free injection of COVID-19? It comes with a complimentary bottle of detergent. Apply now! On Feb. 17, the BBC announced a “challenge trial,” where special volunteers in the United Kingdom will be infected with the virus after being injected with the vaccine. I have added the word […]

Satirical Semite: Midnight Plane to Miami

The word is getting out on the most up-and-coming neighborhood in Los Angeles. The place to be is warm, sunny, spacious, with very little traffic and easy access to the water. Its name is Miami. The migration has begun. There are Republicans who are apparently flocking to red states since it can be risky to […]

Satirical Semite: Corona Negiah

I committed the cardinal sin of COVID-era dating. The evening began like your typical socially– distanced coronavirus pulp fiction novel. It was a fourth date, we walked several feet apart and raised our voices as loudly as possible in order to be heard. We looked into one another’s eyes — primarily because that was all […]

Satirical Semite: Learning to Be English

I have found my mission impossible: finding a kosher organic Thanksgiving turkey in England. It may be easier to find a unicorn. And if that weren’t enough of a task, I am facing an even bigger challenge. The pandemic inspired me to temporarily move back to the United Kingdom and be closer to my family, […]

With its satirical show cancelled, TV channel is latest victim of Netanyahu’s war on media

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Outrage over satirical show escalates as 1,500 protest in Jerusalem

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Israel drops satirical sketches from Bible curriculum over conservative pressure

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Holocaust Revisionist Alison Chabloz on trial for ‘offending’ Jews with satirical song

Jews may offend Christians as much as they want, but Christians are not allowed to offend Jews. Seems a bit unfair, doesn’t it? Why don’t they put Sarah Silverman on trial (pictured HERE) for offending 2.2 billion Christians?   By Sebastian Murphy-Bates for The Daily Mail Alison Chabloz, 53, arrives at court holding flowers. She’s a brave […]

Putin is My Flunky (satirical essay)

  Sputnik/ Igor Zarembo Written by Dmitri Evstafiev; Originally appeared at eurasia.expert, translated by AlexD exclusively for SouthFront On November 22, in Sochi, an unusual summit will be held [SF comment: It already took place] – talks between the leaders of Russia, Iran and Turkey. At the centre of attention will be the settlement in Syria, where the three countries come out as […]

La vie en Chosen: A Satirical Song by Alison Chabloz

This is the website of Lasha Darkmoon, an anglo-American academic with higher degrees in Classics who lives and works in England. You can read more about Darkmoon here. Source Article from https://www.darkmoon.me/2017/la-vie-en-chosen-a-satirical-song-by-alison-chabloz/

Russian experts & robots defuse over 1,500 mines in liberated Palmyra (VIDEO)

“Building on the evident success that came with the liberation of Palmyra on March 27, where Russian mine-pickers have already begun demining, as you know, more than 1,500 explosive devices were neutralized,” Maria Zakharova, Russia’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson, said at a briefing, while commenting on the situation in Palmyra. Zakharova added that the recent military […]

FOIA Request: U.S. Base Released 21,000 Liters of Chemical Agents into Okinawa Drinking Water Supply

It seems Okinawan residents had good reason to sue the Japanese government and spend over 500 days protesting the relocation of a U.S. base on their land. They had long suspected that U.S. bases were polluting their waterways, and documents released by Freedom of Information Act request appear to prove them right. A recent drinking water contamination in Okinawa may have been […]

FOIA Request: U.S. Base Released 21,000 Liters of Chemical Agents into Okinawa Drinking Water Supply

It seems Okinawan residents had good reason to sue the Japanese government and spend over 500 days protesting the relocation of a U.S. base on their land. They had long suspected that U.S. bases were polluting their waterways, and documents released by Freedom of Information Act request appear to prove them right. A recent drinking water contamination in Okinawa may have been […]

FOIA Request: U.S. Base Released 21,000 Liters of Chemical Agents into Okinawa Drinking Water Supply

It seems Okinawan residents had good reason to sue the Japanese government and spend over 500 days protesting the relocation of a U.S. base on their land. They had long suspected that U.S. bases were polluting their waterways, and documents released by Freedom of Information Act request appear to prove them right. A recent drinking water contamination in Okinawa may have been […]

FOIA Request: U.S. Base Released 21,000 Liters of Chemical Agents into Okinawa Drinking Water Supply

It seems Okinawan residents had good reason to sue the Japanese government and spend over 500 days protesting the relocation of a U.S. base on their land. They had long suspected that U.S. bases were polluting their waterways, and documents released by Freedom of Information Act request appear to prove them right. A recent drinking water contamination in Okinawa may have been […]

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