THE QUANTUM OF
VIBRATIONNESSThe meaningless babble that makes up most of the world of complimentary and alternative medicine is finding it's way into the advertising mainstream. There's a commercial for a make of car (I can't remember which one) which has someone driving around Paris and talking about "the light of audacity".
No, me neither. I did try to Google it but with no luck.
At least it isn't an "octave of the Sun".
POOR JEREMY CORBYN (AGAIN)
Jeremy Corbyn is in trouble again. This time it's over the recent Russian nerve agent attack in a British city which left two Russian exiles fighting for their lives, a Police Officer seriously ill and any number of other British citizens suffering potential ill effects.
He alone, with the exception of Vladimir Putin doesn't want to blame anyone yet despite overwhelming evidence that they are responsible. The right wing Tory press are having a field day over this as you might imagine although they haven't suggested that the millions of pounds of donations made to the Tory Party by Russian billionaires over the last few years, many of whom are closely associated with Vladimir Putin, should be given back. Nor have they demanded an enquiry into the £30,000 paid last month by the Wife of a former Putin Minister to gain personal access to Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson.
Now I'm no fan of Jeremy Corbyn. For what it's worth, I think his chummy, (what a good bloke), persona conceals something much darker. His support for Northern Irish terrorist organisations and his seeming delight at jokes about the Brighton hotel bombing in 1984 suggest he makes an interesting comparison to Boris Johnson who also isn't as harmless as he may appear.
As far as his denialism in this case is concerned, that's probably more a case of his instinctual kow-towing to the Kremlin when it was the heart of the old Soviet Empire. Someone needs to tell him that the Russians are even more beastly capitalists than the Americans now.