The Daily Read: Erroll Garner, Elephant Dung Gin, Black Pete, British Colonizers Refuse To Leave, Nick Cave Autobiography, Rosemary Reclassified and Bees
This picture is here because I saw it on the interwebs. The end.
|Keith Haring, Grace Jones, Fela Kuti & Jean-Michel Basquiat|
But first, let's laugh. A South African Couple Has Turned Elephant Dung Into Award-Winning Gin“If you’re going to make gin from shit, you can’t make a shit gin,” says Les Ansley, one of the founders of Indlovu Gin. Indlovu is Zulu for “elephant.” So, since elephants forage over large distances, no two batches will taste exactly the same. But, wait! They have an answer. Each bottle will be labelled with the GPS coordinates and date on which the dung was collected. It doesn't get much better than this! The best thing about this whole project is that it creates an economic motivation for conservation. Sad, but, true. Human will only save elephants and habitats if there's liquor involved. Leave it to some colonizer White people to come up with that scheme.
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Read Sacha Baron Cohen's scathing attack on Facebook in full: 'greatest propaganda machine in history'
So, disguised as an Israel anti-terrorism expert, Colonel Erran Morad, I told my interviewee that, at the Women’s March in San Francisco, Antifa were plotting to put hormones into babies’ diapers in order to “make them transgender”. And he believed it.
I instructed him to plant small devices on three innocent people at the march and explained that when he pushed a button, he’d trigger an explosion that would kill them all. They weren’t real explosives, of course, but he thought they were. I wanted to see – would he actually do it? The answer was yes. He pushed the button and thought he had actually killed three human beings. Voltaire was right: “Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities.” And social media lets authoritarians push absurdities to billions of people."