Reading Time: 9 minutesHave you seen Martin’s Scorsese’s latest movie, The Irishman? If not, you should. It is a brilliantly acted, old-fashioned drama that explores a dark vein of American history — the corruption of the country’s biggest union in the 20th Century.
A fortnight ago, Hurricane Harvey became the third “500-year” flood to wreck Houston in three years. Though wary of diagnosing any single storm as a consequence of climate change, climatologists argue that warmer air and oceans breed conditions in which storms can grow more powerful, damaging and frequent.
Watergate is the quintessential conspiracy, one that went all the way to the White House and took down a presidency. But it is a story that is almost always provided without context, and with no mention of certain key facts. J Edgar Hoover died only a couple of months before the Watergate break-in, so the FBI was in the midst of a succession crisis when they were hit with the most controversial investigation in their history.
Lors d’une de ses multiples conférences, monsieur François Assélineau, président de l’Union Populaire Républicaine (UPR), a démontré, par un travail approfondi et sourcé, la mainmise de l’Empire anglo-saxon, et américain en particulier, sur les résultats du prix Nobel de la paix. « COMPLOTISTE ! », beugleront les voix dominantes !