• Peter Brook – a trailblazing thespian

    Peter Brook – a trailblazing thespian
    ‘Legendary’, ‘visionary’, ‘the enfant terrible of British theatre’ – the tributes to Peter Brook, who has just died, aged 97, give testament to his standalone status as a theatrical genius. His love for drama developed early with his rendition of Hamlet being delivered for his family aged 7. After Oxford, aged 20 he was  appointed director of Birmingham Repertory Theatre.; thence onto the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), the Royal Opera House and su
  • Tony Blair – a man on a mission

    Tony Blair – a man on a mission
    An unwelcome blast from the past hove into view this week with Tony Blair winding up a head of steam to step back into the UK political arena. Probably not to become a party leader or candidate but to play puppet-master and king maker for a centre-left and centre amalgam to replace the shambles of Johnson, given that Keir Starmer is unlikely to win a majority for Labour.  The scars of Iraq are too deep to allow for his personal re-entry, never mind his government’s woefully misconceiv
  • Meghan – aiming for the top spot

    Meghan – aiming for the top spot
    President Meg Mountbatten-Windsor is being punted as a future prospect if the Duchess of Sussex heads for Washington as she has hinted she’d like. The Royal title would have to be ditched or would be swiftly withdrawn, which may happen in any event, depending on behaviour ahead. She’s undoubtedly in a more ambitious phase of her life than Prince Harry with tr Saturn moving upwards towards her midheaven at the moment, hitting her high-visibility peak phase from 2026 till 2034. No
  • Bill Gates – enticed onto the rocks by a siren call

    Bill Gates – enticed onto the rocks by a siren call
    Bill Gates, the Microsoft nerd-genius turned ruthless tycoon, the richest man on the planet for several years, was transformed into a saintly philanthropist until his philandering ways brought a divorce, with increasing and damaging publicity about his connection with Jeffrey Epstein.  Gates was born 28 October 1955 at 10 pm (from memory) Seattle, Washington, and has a packed 4th house with his Scorpio Sun there conjunct Neptune and square a maverick and innovative 1st house Uranus. His Mar
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  • Hong Kong – under the Chinese jackboot

    Hong Kong – under the Chinese jackboot
    A downbeat Hong Kong marked the 25th anniversary of its handover to the Chinese by swearing in John Lee Ka-chiu, a hardline former HK policeman, as chief executive. He is one of several top HK officials sanctioned by the US over the Chinese territory’s declining autonomy and freedoms; and the European Parliament has recently begun to investigate whether he should  sanctioned under the Magnitsky Act. As Hong Kong’s former security chief, Lee has been instrumental in the crackdown
  • Hong Kong – under a Chinese jackboot

    Hong Kong – under a Chinese jackboot
    A downbeat Hong Kong marked the 25th anniversary of its handover to the Chinese by swearing in John Lee Ka-chiu, a hardline former HK policeman, as chief executive. He is one of several top HK officials sanctioned by the US over the Chinese territory’s declining autonomy and freedoms; and the European Parliament has recently begun to investigate whether he should  sanctioned under the Magnitsky Act. As Hong Kong’s former security chief, Lee has been instrumental in the crackdown
  • Ghislaine Maxwell – shamed but unrepentant

    Ghislaine Maxwell – shamed but unrepentant
    Ghislaine Maxwell appeared unbowed as she faced a 20 year sentence over sex trafficking and listened to the victims of Jeffrey Epstein’s abuse give harrowing testimony. As the judge noted she evinced sympathy but ducked responsibility. That will be partly because she hopes to appeal, though, as a lawyer noted, she is also a narcissist, who thinks of herself as the victim. Much was made in her plea of litigation about the damaging effect of her father, Robert Maxwell.  She was born 26
  • Democrats despair of Biden’s muted Roe v Wade response

    Democrats despair of Biden’s  muted Roe v Wade response
    Joe Biden’s passivity in the face of the Roe V Wade reversal has riled activists who say he should be doing more than prompting voters to take action at the Mid Terms. Frustrated Democrats say the responses by party leaders have been inadequate and they aren’t fighting or willing to push boundaries.Progressive lawmakers like Elizabeth Warren and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have suggested building abortion clinics on federal land, funding people to seek abortions out of state, limiting t
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  • Nora Ephron – a quirky take on love and life

    Nora Ephron – a quirky take on love and life
    Nora Ephron, writer, and filmmaker, cut a swathe through popular culture for decades with her iconic screenplays for When Harry Met Sally (1989), and Sleepless in Seattle (1993) and even earlier Silkwood (1983). Her quirky take on life hewn out of a childhood with two alcoholic parents proved a liferaft when her second marriage to Watergate Carl Bernstein collapsed over his infidelity. She wrote the semi-autobiographical novel Heartburn based on her marriage, later turned into a Meryl Streep/Jac
  • USA – on the long, winding road towards a new start

    USA – on the long, winding road towards a new start
    Pluto Returns are not a passing distraction but a crossroads that comes around every 250 years. A country’s move away from the past into what comes next takes years to settle.  Looking ahead through the USA 2024 and 2028 elections they coincide with the turmoil of the massive outer planet shift into new signs. And the 2028 election will be in the midst of the directionless, disappointing transiting Neptune in Aries square the USA Venus, Jupiter and Sun in Cancer. It’ll be 2032 b
  • Germany, USA – the pendulum swing to bigotry

    Germany, USA – the pendulum swing to bigotry
    Periods of rabid nationalism and institutional lunacy often follow times of national humiliation. Fascism in Germany grew out of the punitive measures meted out at Versailles in 1919 after their defeat in World War One. Russia’s present day macho chest-beating stems from the morale-crushing collapse of the old USSR empire in 1989. China emerged from a century of humiliation in the 1940s to foist the madness of Mao on the poor Chinese.  The astrology for both Germany and Russia were si
  • SCOTUS – stepping off the ledge triggers backlash

    SCOTUS – stepping off the ledge triggers backlash
    The sickness at the heart of the United States erupted with the right-wing weighted Supreme Court overturning Roe v Wade. It hands back decisions on abortion to individual states, 26 are whom are likely to impose wholesale bans even for rape and incest pregnancies. Public opinion was in favour of keeping Roe v Wade so it may affect the outcome of the Mid Term elections. Even Trump apparently is wary of electoral kickback on the decision. Former attorney general Eric Holder, an Obama appoint
  • Colombia – a guerilla turned politician brings hope

    Colombia – a guerilla turned politician brings hope
    Colombia has voted in its first leftist head of state following similar victories for the left in Peru, Chile and Honduras. Gustavo Petro, a former guerrilla fighter in the 1980s, who became a senator and mayor, was voted in on promises of a better future for the poor. He has a reputation for meandering speeches and high-handedness. His vice-president will be Francia Márquez – a prize-winning defender of human and environmental rights – marking the first time that a black woma
  • UK politics – Pluto tearing down the old order

    UK politics – Pluto tearing down the old order
    Unloved and incompetent leaders, no obvious successor and uninspiring opposition – sound familiar? Pluto in Capricorn is waging a scorched earth strategy before it exits in 2023/24 as the UK, USA and France, never mind Germany and elsewhere, survey the wreckage of their political landscape populated with fifth-rate dramatis personae.  Boris Johnson has, as expected face-planted, in yesterday’s ballots, with the worst bye-election result in history in one seat which wiped out a 2
  • Rupert & Jerry – a love that didn’t age well + Mick Jagger

    Rupert & Jerry – a love that didn’t age well + Mick Jagger
      The odd couple are reported to be splitting up. Nonagenarian, media mogul Rupert Murdoch and model Jerry Hall, formerly of the Mick Jagger tribe, raised eyebrows when they were hitched six years back, but now according to reports have decided to call it quits.  There were some positives about the match with her Cancer Sun sitting in his relationship 7th house conjunct his Jupiter and her social-butterfly Venus in Gemini opposition his Sagittarius Moon, plus her Pisces Moon probably c
  • Rupert & Jerry – a love that didn’t age well.

    Rupert & Jerry – a love that didn’t age well.
      The odd couple are reported to be splitting up. Nonagenarian, media mogul Rupert Murdoch and model Jerry Hall, formerly of the Mick Jagger tribe, raised eyebrows when they were hitched six years back, but now according to reports have decided to call it quits.  There were some positives about the match with her Cancer Sun sitting in his relationship 7th house conjunct his Jupiter and her social-butterfly Venus in Gemini opposition his Sagittarius Moon, plus her Pisces Moon probably c
  • Colonel Parker & Elvis – can’t have one without the other

    Colonel Parker & Elvis – can’t have one without the other
    A charismatic entrepreneur and brilliant showman as well as a a psychopathic gambler, an unscrupulous conman, and possibly a murderer, Colonel Tom Parker left an indelible mark on the 20th Century.  He masterminded Elvis’s meteoric rise to fame as the ‘King of Rock and Roll’, turning a boy from poor white stock in Tupelo, Mississippi into the most popular entertainer on Earth. Having discovered Presley as a 20 year old in 1955, he ruthlessly controlled his life and pockete
  • France fragmenting into a political whirlpool

    France fragmenting into a political whirlpool
    A fractured France is surveying the political chaos of a shock result in the parliamentary elections. Emmanuel Macron, voted President only two months back as the least worst option, lost his majority. Both left and right surged to new highs with Marine Le Pen improving her seat count by ten-fold. His power as executive head of state remains intact but he could be condemned to lame duck status for five years in all but foreign policy and security, which are under the direct control of the presid
  • Prince William – turning hurt into healing

    Prince William – turning hurt into healing
    Prince William is 40 today, looking every bit the fulfilled father, husband, son and settled into his role as heir to the heir to the throne. He has overcome his initial reluctance to pick up the Royal reins, mended his once uncomfortable relationship with Prince Charles and appears to be increasingly making his views count in key discussions about the future shape of the monarchy.  He was born 21 June 1982 9.03pm London on the day of a Solar Eclipse in a Saros cycle that ends in 2036, lead
  • Sharron Davies – fighting against unfairness

    Sharron Davies –  fighting against unfairness
    Sharron Davies, former Olympic swimmer, is a woman driven by a sense of injustice. It haunted her as top level Olympic competitor when East Germany was sweeping the boards for gold medals with drug-enhanced entrants and the IOC did nothing. At the Moscow Olympics, where she won her silver, East Germany claimed 90 per cent of the women’s swimming medals. Her coach father was banned from international sport for speaking out against the doping cheats. In later years the gold medal winners off
  • Cancer Ingress – an emotionally intense Solstice

    Cancer Ingress – an emotionally intense Solstice
    The Cancer Ingress tomorrow is one of the four marking points in the year as the Sun moves into one of the Cardinal signs – and also welcomes in the Solstice, peak summer in the northern hemisphere and winter down south.  The Cancer Sun will square an Aries Moon Jupiter and Neptune which will make for a restless and possibly overly optimistic mood with a few dreams and delusions thrown in for good measure. But it is at least a hint of cheer to balance out the Saturnine square to Venus
  • Star Crossed – to be or the opposite

    Star Crossed – to be or the opposite
    The law of opposites in astrology doesn’t only work with planets across the zodiac wheel from each other. It can throw an intriguing light on each Sun sign itself. The rule of thumb used to be that each sign fears the one before – e.g. Sagittarius fears Scorpio’s emotional intensity; Virgo fears Leo’s attention-seeking; Gemini fears Taurus’ fixedness.  A new book by psychological astrologer Clare Martin, Star-crossed, Personality Theory and the Meeting of Oppos
  • Narendra Modi – thunderbolts ahead

    Narendra Modi – thunderbolts ahead
    The upcoming pivotal and turbulent Mars Uranus North Node conjunction in early August will be a crisis point for Narendra Modi, India’s prime minister. Both his Term charts and his personal one will be in the line of fire with planets at that degree so it will cause an upset of considerable proportions.  Although his birth date is marginally suspect, most fix him at 17 September 1950 which gives a rigid Sun Saturn in Virgo. And more significantly a ruthless Mars in vengeful Scorpio sq
  • Boris Johnson & Ukraine – right result, suspect motives

    Boris Johnson & Ukraine – right result, suspect motives
    Boris Johnson’s constant support for Ukraine has according to his allies showed “extraordinary leadership”, diminishing the serial law-breaking at No 10 as “fluff” by comparison. The old saying that a man shall be judged by the consequences of his actions on this score turns the prime minister into a shining star of courage and conviction in comparison to certain other lily-livered and self-interested European countries. But still, but still — there is a linge
  • Paul McCartney – an enduring talent

    Paul McCartney – an enduring talent
    Paul McCartney is an astonishing 80 years old, the one Beatle who has remained constantly singing, writing and playing through six decades. He is one of the most successful composers and performers of all time and his song-writing partnership with John Lennon remains the most successful in history. Reckoned one of the wealthiest musicians, he has an estimated fortune of £800 million.  He was born 18 June 1942 maybe 2pm Liverpool, England into a working class family with his father an
  • Rahul and Sonia Gandhi – sidelined in a power play

    Rahul and Sonia Gandhi – sidelined in a power play
    The present-day Gandhi dynasty in India is being hammered by corruption allegations over money laundering with Rahul Gandhi being summoned to give evidence before the Enforcement Directorate. Modi’s government has been accused of using federal law enforcement agencies against its political opponents to harass them. And a party spokesman for the Gandhis described it as “a strange case of alleged money laundering without any money”.   The Gandhi centrist Congress party
  • Julian Assange – running out of options ++ London/New York

    Julian Assange – running out of options ++ London/New York
    Julian Assange’s extradition to the US has been approved by UK Home Secretary Priti Patel. He has 14 days to appeal. The courts found extradition would not be “incompatible with his human rights” and that while in the US “he will be treated appropriately”. He is wanted by US authorities over documents leaked in 2010 and 2011 relating to the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, which the US says broke the law and endangered lives. His legal team claimed the classified document
  • Julian Assange – running out of options

    Julian Assange – running out of options
    Julian Assange’s extradition to the US has been approved by UK Home Secretary Priti Patel. He has 14 days to appeal. The courts found extradition would not be “incompatible with his human rights” and that while in the US “he will be treated appropriately”. He is wanted by US authorities over documents leaked in 2010 and 2011 relating to the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, which the US says broke the law and endangered lives. His legal team claimed the classified document
  • Uranus + North Node – momentous moments in history ++

    Uranus + North Node – momentous moments in history ++
    Thunderbolt Uranus conjunct the North Node, ruler of the spirit of the age, is a rare occurrence, only a handful last century. It returns this August in Taurus with Mars throwing an additional firecracker into the mix.  I was inclined to dismiss it as just another tempestuous few days in a stormy year until I looked back on previous instances.  In particular – the August/September 1961 conjunction in Leo oversaw the start of the construction of the Berlin Wall which symbolised th
  • Uranus + North Node – momentous moments in history

    Uranus + North Node – momentous moments in history
    Thunderbolt Uranus conjunct the North Node, ruler of the spirit of the age, is a rare occurrence, only a handful last century. It returns this August in Taurus with Mars throwing an additional firecracker into the mix.  I was inclined to dismiss it as just another tempestuous few days in a stormy year until I looked back on previous instances.  In particular – the August/September 1961 conjunction in Leo oversaw the start of the construction of the Berlin Wall which symbolised th
  • Pluto – lord of hanging on grimly

    Pluto – lord of hanging on grimly
    Two revealing examples of Sun opposition Pluto in action hit the headlines this week from two over-exposed personalities who refused to concede defeat, when a tactical withdrawal down a very deep rabbit hole might have seemed sensible. Prince Andrew and Amber Heard both declared war on common sense.
       Amber Heard with her Sun Taurus opposition Pluto lost her libel suit against Johnny Depp, was absolved by him from paying the multi-million dollar damages bill and promptly leapt back ou
  • Economic perils parallel the long haul of the 1970s

    Economic perils parallel the long haul of the 1970s
    “The past does not repeat itself. But it is rhyming.” The drumbeats hinting of a rising economic crisis similar to the 1970s are growing louder. High inflation, wars in key commodity-producing regions, declining real wages, slowing economic growth, fears of tightening monetary policy and turbulence in stock markets – were the dominant features of the world economy in the 1970s, as now. Though analysts say there is still time for policymakers to get a grip of inflation and not a
  • Greece v Turkey – old enmities flare again ++

    Greece v Turkey – old enmities flare again ++
    Heat is rising between Turkey and Greece over islands in the Aegean Sea, which Turkish President Erdogan is demanding are demilitarised.  Greece says the islands, located within striking distance of a large Turkish landing fleet, cannot be left undefended and have been garrisoned for decades. The Greek PM is trying to defuse the spat saying restraint is required given the Ukraine situation and that it is not as tense as it was in 2020 when tensions flared over gas exploration rights in the
  • Greece v Turkey – old enmities flare again

    Greece v Turkey – old enmities flare again
    Heat is rising between Turkey and Greece over islands in the Aegean Sea, which Turkish President Erdogan is demanding are demilitarised.  Greece says the islands, located within striking distance of a large Turkish landing fleet, cannot be left undefended and have been garrisoned for decades. The Greek PM is trying to defuse the spat saying restraint is required given the Ukraine situation and that it is not as tense as it was in 2020 when tensions flared over gas exploration rights in the
  • Carole Cadwalladr wins against Arron Banks

    Carole Cadwalladr wins against Arron Banks
    Multimillionaire Brexit backer Arron Banks has lost his libel action against Guardian reporter Carole Cadwalladr. She was being sued for defamation over talking about his ‘covert relationship’ with Russia. The case was criticised as an attack on free speech. Banks who funded the pro-Brexit Leave EU campaign group said he would appeal. If he had won she would have been liable for his costs and damages – well over £1m.  She was born 10 October 1969 in Cardiff, Wales an
  • Kate Bush – an enduring talent

    Kate Bush – an enduring talent
    The wondrous and enigmatic Kate Bush has soared to prominence again as her 1985 hit Running Up That Hill featured prominently in Netflix’s Stranger Things and is now the most-streamed song in the world each day on Spotify, earning nearly 8m plays a day. It’s the third time round for this track since it also hit the charts in 2012 after being used in the closing ceremony of the Olympics.  Kate Bush was born 30 July 1958 in London, no birth time sadly, into a musical family and st
  • Justin Bieber – facing a life-changing moment

    Justin Bieber – facing a life-changing moment
    Canadian popstar Justin Bieber has cancelled a series of shows on his latest tour after a virus caused “full paralysis” on one side of his face. He said he had been diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome which is usually treated with steroids, antiviral medication and facial rehabilitation. Information varies but a third to a half of sufferers recover completely, some don’t. A surgeon said: “Some people [recover] very quickly – in three weeks – others can take se
  • Trump under scrutiny in disastrous year for him

    Trump under scrutiny in  disastrous year for him
    Donald Trump “summoned the mob, assembled the mob, and lit the flame of this attack” asserted Liz Cheney at the opening of the January 6 Capitol Hill attack investigation. The committee hopes to prove Trump incited an attempted coup against the US government although they have not yet proven he colluded with the insurrectionists directly.   He could still face criminal charges if it can be shown he deliberately incited or helped organise the riot with the intention of stopp
  • Britney Spears – keen for a fresh start ++ Sam

    Britney Spears – keen for a fresh start ++ Sam
    Britney Spears pledged her troth for the third time yesterday to her long-time, twelve year younger boyfriend Sam Asghari at a glitzy Los Angeles do. Reports indicate evening and the wedding pics have his watch at 7.45 so I’m assuming circa 7pm.  There was a Gemini Sun in a sensible trine to Saturn and trine a Libra Moon so an Airy, emotionally detached affair. The Sun was also in a vague, unrealistic square to Neptune; with a super-enthusiastic Jupiter Mars in Aries; an excitable, ne
  • Britney Spears – keen for a fresh start

    Britney Spears – keen for a fresh start
    Britney Spears pledged her troth for the third time yesterday to her long-time, twelve year younger boyfriend Sam Asghari at a glitzy Los Angeles do. Reports indicate evening and the wedding pics have his watch at 7.45 so I’m assuming circa 7pm.  There was a Gemini Sun in a sensible trine to Saturn and trine a Libra Moon so an Airy, emotionally detached affair. The Sun was also in a vague, unrealistic square to Neptune; with a super-enthusiastic Jupiter Mars in Aries; an excitable, ne
  • UK – learning relationship skills comes hard

    UK – learning relationship skills comes hard
    Hindsight being a wonderful thing, looking at the astrology it was clear from 2013 when David Cameron promised a referendum that there was a strong potential for a partnership split. He was only echoing what previous political leaders had pledged but by 2015 he was able to make it happen.  In 2013 tr Uranus was poised on the cusp of the UK 7th house which is often a divorce signature for the several years following. And even more significant and challenging was tr Pluto in Capricorn exactly
  • Brexit on crutches six years on

    Brexit on crutches six years on
    Out of the frying pan onto the spit-roast, the Prime Minister is back wrestling with the Northern Ireland Protocol with every indication that it will end up a hot mess on the floor. The EU is hardening against an ‘unserious’ Johnson, whom no one in Europe believes according to an Irish minister. He’s being elbowed at home, as per usual, by the Tory true-believer euro-sceptics, into what are described as ‘lawless antics’ in breaking the agreement he signed. It is lik
  • Sun signs – the constant heart of astrology ++ Linda Goodman

    Sun signs – the constant heart of astrology ++ Linda Goodman
    Sun sign astrology has in recent years been the despised poor relation of ‘proper’ serious astrology and widely assumed to have been a popular media invention from the 1930s. Sceptics sneer that not every twelfth person can be the same but how the zodiac sign interpretations are any different from the psychological test definitions of Myers-Briggs labelling types as extraverted, introverted, intuitive etc I’m not sure.  Kim Farnell’s latest book The True History of S
  • Sun signs – the constant heart of astrology

    Sun signs – the constant heart of astrology
    Sun sign astrology has in recent years been the despised poor relation of ‘proper’ serious astrology and widely assumed to have been a popular media invention from the 1930s. Sceptics sneer that not every twelfth person can be the same but how the zodiac sign interpretations are any different from the psychological test definitions of Myers-Briggs labelling types as extraverted, introverted, intuitive etc I’m not sure.  Kim Farnell’s latest book The True History of S
  • Serbia – stuck between Russia and the EU

    Serbia – stuck between Russia and the EU
    In a rare flash of humour a Russian government spokesman  remarked “Our diplomacy has yet to master teleportation,” when Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was blocked from flying to Serbia because of the surrounding countries closing their airspace.  Serbia is totally dependent on Russian oil and gas, has not joined western sanctions against Moscow and been slow to condemn Russian aggression. It is stuck between its close historic, religious and cultural ties with Russia and i
  • Boris No Confidence – the hits keep on coming

    Boris No Confidence – the hits keep on coming
    The No Confidence vote against Boris Johnson will be held at 6pm tonight, over fifty Tory MPs having stuck their oar in with enough-already letters – the requisite 15%. Mercury is exactly conjunct the destructive Fixed star Algol trine Pluto and square Saturn so the mood will be heavy. The Virgo Moon was exactly square Boris’s Mars when it was announced; will be opposition his Saturn exactly as it kicks off and conjunct his Uranus and Pluto in the hours thereafter. So impacting all o
  • Sheryl Sandberg – a Virgo go-getter

    Sheryl Sandberg – a Virgo go-getter
    Rock-star executive Sheryl Sandberg is to leave Meta after 14 years as CEO during which she turned Facebook from a place to keep up with friends into a commercial juggernaut. When she arrived in 2008, FB was making $500 million in sales ‘from a ragbag of money-making experiments, none of which showed staying power.’ Last year, it brought in $117 billion, virtually all of it from the advertising machine that Sandberg built. The monthly user base has risen from 100 million to 3 billion
  • TS Eliot – the puzzles of a troubled life

    TS Eliot –  the puzzles of a troubled life
    TS Eliot, renowned as the greatest 20th Century poet has imbedded lines from his masterpieces, The Waste Land and Four Quartets into common consciousness.“Humankind cannot bear very much reality.”  “April is the cruellest month.”“I will show you fear in a handful of dust.”  Yet the muddle of his private life left the impression of a callous, enigmatic personality. Siegfried Sassoon, his contemporary, described him as “cold-storaged humanity&rdq
  • The Royal great-grandchildren – 12 in total

    The Royal great-grandchildren – 12 in total
    The Queen’s great-grandchildren are making the most of a family jubilee with Louis’s balcony antics taking the edge of the formality. Even the Sussex minis are across, with Lilibet, celebrating her first birthday, meeting her namesake for the first time.Of Kate and William’s three, Prince George the eldest with the heaviest burden to bear being in the direct line of succession, is the quietest. Born 22 July 2013 4.24 pm London, he has a final degree Cancer Sun in the well-trave
  • Hunter Biden – the President’s Achilles Heel ++ ex-wife memoir adding pressure

    Hunter Biden – the President’s Achilles Heel ++ ex-wife memoir adding pressure
    The tortured tale of Hunter Biden’s ‘laptop from hell’ abandoned in a repair shop may finally be about to wriggle free from the smog of claims and counter-claims about disinformation. The media largely buried the story before the 2019 election partly because the Trump camp had lied and smeared so copiously it was easy to write it off as yet another self-serving falsehood and because the chain of custody of the offending emails wasn’t clear.  The laptop content now ap

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