THE CENTURION CHRONICLE Vol.VII
Issue No. 21
WAITING FOR SPRING TO BE….SPRUNG(…is the dullest time of year)
Now that the hardest part of winter has passed, in most parts of the country, this is wheneverything seems to be in
which is Greek for being….nowhere. That is, when
ng for spring to be sprung….is the dullest time of year, because the world is still goingto hell in a basket, just like it’s been doing….forever. Or so it seems.
In Syria, for example, the Assad mob continues to slaughter its own people with absoluteabandon and gusto, while the UN eunuchs continue with their chanting about a cease fire,as the stalwarts of the Arab League sit around shaking their beards in irate impotence aboutthe situation there.
Elsewhere, they’re rioting in Spain over labor reforms
, the Indonesians are in their streetshollering about higher gasoline prices, the Hungarians are balking like Missouri mules
about Euro attempts to impose fiscal check reins on them, as the Irish….continue justbeing…Irish, and la belle France lost some of i
ts cachet.Here in America, everyone is holding their breaths waiting to see when the Supremes will publish their decision about Obama Care sometime in late June, a shrewdly calculated delayso as not pour gasoline on an already highly inflamed presidential campaign season (wemay be the only country in the world to have all out political warfare without
bloodshed…but why take a chance?)
As for other parts of the world, they’re still starving in Africa, India and Pakistan are still at
odds, neither really knowing why, and the Argentines are growling at England about theFalklands again ( apparently something to do about oil). China, is facing internal partyconflicts about whether or not to further shift from wearing red underwear beneath theirfancy capitalist custom suits.
Like they say….it’s same oh, same oh, and enough to give folks the blahs..But actually it
just means that planet Earth and its inhabitants are much more resilient than evferyone
thinks, and why….we came up with ….APRIL FOOLS DAY!