The political has nothing in common with the moral. The ruler who is governed by the moral is not a skilled politician, and is therefore unstable on his throne. He who wishes to rule must have recourse both to cunning and to make-believe.

Great national qualities, like frankness and honesty, are vices in politics, for they bring down rulers from their thrones more effectively and more certainly than the most powerful enemy. Such qualities must be the attributes of the kingdoms of the GOYIM, but we must in no wise be guided by them.

Protocols of the Elders of Zion, Basic Doctrine 11

Peter doesn’t want a Grassy Knoll headache.

This video cuts off mid-sentence, alas, but you get the idea (assuming you know anything about the Oils, and Peter Garrett in particular).

Great spoof, Chaser!

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