Noel Gallagher – the new Milton Friedman (if Milt swore a lot)

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20 Responses to Noel Gallagher – the new Milton Friedman (if Milt swore a lot)

  1. Infidel Tiger says:

    Noel Gallagher, John Lydon and even Russell Brand are now the voices of reason and sanity.

  2. Petros says:

    There are a lot of slow learners out there. Not sure what Noel’s political ideology was in the past. He seems to have largely kept quiet. Maybe he didn’t want to get cancelled early on.

  3. Tintarella di Luna says:

    It’s the very wealthy people who don’t give a damn about cancel culture who will speak out more and more — like Roger Waters from Pink Floyd telling Zuckerberg to shove it when Facebook requests to use Another Brick in the Wall for an ad.

    Here’s a video I saw with Roger Waters saying exactly that and a big supporter of Julian Assange

  4. Mark M says:

    Eric Clapton discusses his anti-vaccination stance: “My greatest fear is what will happen to my kids”

    Clapton said his views mean he doesn’t “get that many texts and emails any more”

    https://www.nme.com/news/music/eric-clapton-discusses-his-anti-vaccination-stance-my-greatest-fear-is-what-will-happen-to-my-kids-2969141

    (via comments @joannenova)

  5. Bad Samaritan says:

    Does every thread have to be encapsulated in a pithy few lyrics written 50+ years ago by the Nobel Laureate? Decades before anyone else had the guts to skewer the f’wits in authority?

    Well yes….

    “Yet you know there is no answer fit to satisfy
    Insure you not to quit
    To keep it in your mind and not fergit
    That it is not he or she or them or it
    That you belong to.
    Although the masters make the rules,
    For the wise men and the fools
    I got nothing, Ma, to live up to
    …..
    While some on principles baptized
    To strict party platform ties
    Social clubs in drag disguise
    Outsiders they can freely criticize
    Tell nothing except who to idolize
    And then say God bless him.

    While one who sings with his tongue on fire
    Gargles in the rat race choir
    Bent out of shape from society’s pliers
    Cares not to come up any higher
    But rather get you down in the hole
    That he’s in.”

    The modern world.

  6. Mark M says:

    Check it out. He is actually funny … and green heads exploded …

    No, Jon Stewart’s Wuhan lab tirade is not ‘fringe’ opinion

    “But we all know that Jon Stewart would never have dared voice the Wuhan lab leak theory, which he now regards as so blindingly obvious, on television last year.
    That would have actually taken courage.
    Back then, the idea was widely dismissed as fake infodemic news, Trumpist drivel put about by Steve Bannon and other right-wing post-truthers.”

    https://spectatorworld.com/topic/jon-stewart-wuhan-lab-tirade-fringe-opinion/

  7. Tintarella di Luna says:

    Everyday the non-elites have confirmed to them how much real courage Donald Trump represents.

  8. Louis Litt says:

    Hanlover – hmmm unusual- since when did leftists stop thinking this is what everyone should do.
    Your a deadshit if you don’t do drugs and have to work. Listen to me man, I’m smart man.

  9. duncanm says:

    I think I like Roger Waters.

    He went to call Zuckerberg “one of the most powerful idiots in the world”

  10. Craig Mc says:

    There’s only so much bullshit you can swallow by middle-age.

    Looking forward to Owen Jones becoming a log-cabin Republican.

  11. max says:

    Paul Weyrich – Christians Goo Goo syndrome:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GBAsFwPglw&t=31s

  12. The BigBlueCat says:

    Tintarella di Luna says:
    June 16, 2021 at 5:50 am
    It’s the very wealthy people who don’t give a damn about cancel culture who will speak out more and more — like Roger Waters from Pink Floyd telling Zuckerberg to shove it when Facebook requests to use Another Brick in the Wall for an ad.

    Here’s a video I saw with Roger Waters saying exactly that and a big supporter of Julian Assange

    And yet Roger Waters is as Socialist (of the elite kind) as they come ….

  13. Rorschach says:

    And yet Roger Waters is as Socialist (of the elite kind) as they come ….

    Indeed.

    He may have a smidge of music genius and may be anti-Zuc … but the anti-Israel derangement is strong in this one:

    https://www.jpost.com/diaspora/antisemitism/roger-waters-sings-well-take-back-the-land-from-the-jordan-to-the-sea-628642

  14. C.L. says:

    I can’t stand Waters or his shitty band.

  15. Julian says:

    Has anyone watched the Movie “The Circle”. It was released in 2017 and appears to foresee the takeover of the world by a (evil) social media empire. I’d never heard of it despite it starring Tom Hanks…

  16. Infidel Tiger King says:

    I can’t stand Waters or his shitty band.

    I think you have to be stoned to enjoy either of them.

    Johnny “Rotten” on the other hand has now dedicated the rest of his life to being his wife’s full time carer. It’s a really touching love story.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-9507807/John-Lydon-65-discusses-time-carer-wife-Nora-78-Alzheimers.html

  17. C.L. says:

    He’s a good bloke, Johnny.

  18. The BigBlueCat says:

    I can’t stand Waters or his shitty band.

    Pink Floyd are ok, but mainly because of David Gilmour, Richard Wright and Nick Mason rather than Roger Waters (IMHO). Syd Barrett, they say, was a genius before LSD fried his brain, but I never liked his songs all that much.

  19. Tel says:

    Eric Clapton discusses his anti-vaccination stance: “My greatest fear is what will happen to my kids”

    He is not the only one nervous about that … something about the hype and jingoism surrounding these vaccines is really darn spooky.

    I could write a long list of events in 2020 and 2021 that have reduced my trust in our dear leadership, but to keep it short I will outline the pattern that keeps coming up:
    * Make everyone freak out about some threat.
    * Claim emergency powers and shout loudly that is no time for thinking.
    * Push through a decision … on the basis that it will only be temporary.
    * Immediately move the goalposts and extend it indefinitely.
    * Start shouting down anyone who asks questions.
    * Come up with more and more ad-hoc justifications.

    We saw this with “Weapons of mass destruction” in Iraq.

    We saw it again with “We will go to Afghanistan and it will ve fast and surgical and we will bring the terrorist to justice.”

    Again with the economic emergency of the GFC in 2008 and “Just temporarily do QE to rescue the too-big-to-fail banks”

    Again with “Climate Emergency” and interference with the energy markets … remember how LRET was temporary?

    Now again with Covid, tracking everyone, social credit scores and lockdown.

    Now it’s “Everyone must get vaccinated! Do it for the Gipper!!”

    Too much of a consistent MO.

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