Sunday, August 27, 2017
Have you heard Donald Trump has already told more than 61 lies since coming into office? He lied every day for his first 40 days (Show pages of lies). He even claimed that President Obama was the founder of ISIS! Yeah... right!
Donald also claimed that he had the biggest crowd of people at his inauguration (that’s the ceremony at the beginning of a new leader’s time). Yeah, nah! Actually Obama’s crowd of 1.8 million people in 2009 was bigger, and is the record.
This might explain why only 33% of people rated Donald Trump as the most preferred president.
Trump is a Republican and the Republicans hold both the Senate and the House of Representatives. This means the Republicans have absolute power.
As a relative of mine, George Orwell, aka Eric Arthur Blair, once said, “power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Perhaps this might explain some of Donald’s bad behaviour?
Have you heard Donald has fired most of the staff who worked for him? He runs his staff like he is running the TV Show “The Apprentice” - and every week says “You’re fired!” to someone new. Trouble is he has just about fired everybody now.
Have you heard he’s going to build a wall? Yeah, And Mexico’s gonna pay for it? Nah!
Have you heard he’s going to scrap Obama care? Yeah. Nah.
Have you heard he is going to blow up North Korea with “fire and fury”? Or that Kim Jong Un is going to blow up America? Yeah right!
America holds what is known as the “balance of power.” The balance of power is a way of saying that when every country’s military strength is equal, no one country is strong enough to dominate all the others. But America is strong enough to denominate all the others.
Donald hasn’t had a lot of success with what he says he will do - with much of anything actually - but he has been quoted as saying ““Eventually we’re going to get something done and it’s going to be really, really good.”
Well Donald, We’re really really looking forward to that!
Page of Donald trumps lies, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/06/23/opinion/trumps-lies.html?mcubz=1
Page Credit NEW YORK TIMES
Thursday, July 27, 2017
This term me and 2 of my friends have done a slide on Jews it took us quite a while working on this. I knew a bit already about the holocaust and WW2. We were doing injustice at school we shared ours with the school yesterday it was a awesome time! Sadly we didn't get to finish it but we might finish it another time because of other work we have to do. I hope you enjoy reading and watching our slide.
Jews and Hitler Slide Show
Jews and Hitler Slide Show
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
The cramped bedroom lies there tired and bored. Swamped with water, the deck lets the water flow away. Water dribbles down the window to the deck. Silky spider webs covers every corner of the bach. I open the door it creaks loudly. Rusty metal on the shed door slowly peels off. trees leans towards the bach.
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Duncan Bay was usual enough; it had a river, a beach, a reserve, an ocean, a sky
over it, it even had a old stone wharf
that I always went to. My cousins and I did what most boys do. Sun bathed on the hard deck, crept past the noisy neighbour, making huts sprinted through the bush with sticks on our shoulders, ran around the bay, swam or kayaked
Doing nothing important
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
On a sunny day in Duncan bay. Me and my friend jumped off the wharf. Running at speed I launched off the edge and splashed in the water for a second I froze like an iceberg then started to move again then swam towards the steps on the wharf. I jumped onto the steps my togs soaked with water I lined up for another go.
My body shivering like a rocking boat I stumble towards the edge and flop off the edge.Then Splash! As I hobble up the steps I put my hand on the step and cut my finger on the wire we had to go home, and sat in front of the fire.
Thursday, April 6, 2017
Hunger is a big problem in all countries especially places like Syria and others that are getting attacked by terrorists. Shop owners fleeing to Greece and other places as they have enough money to buy a raft with 20 other people to Greece which costs 1000 dollars.
Most in Syria are stuck in the middle of the fight and are getting bombed. Suspected chemical attacks killed at least 100 people in Syria's rebel-held northwestern province of Idlib on Tuesday and left another 400 suffering from respiratory problems.