Mark Twain said,

“Against the assault of Laughter, nothing can stand.”

Kurdish writer Burhan Sonmez said,

“Laughter is something we have against oppression and oppressive people. Dictators hate people who laugh at them. It’s easy for them to destroy people who resist them. But if you create jokes against them, write funny poems or articles against them, then they feel helpless and desperate. They can’t do anything.”

American comedian JP Sears argues that Australia has become a new penal colony, which is very close to the truth if you are unvaccinated. His video titled “Australian TOTALITARIAN Tourism Commercial – 14 Reasons to Visit!” has racked up close to 400,000 views.


English comedian Russel Brand manages the occasional joke — a video called “We’ve Had ENOUGH!!” Australia’s SCARY New Pandemic Powers is heading towards 600,000 views, all within 24 hours. Both JP Sears and Russell Brand are very insightful commentators on our declining cultural narrative.


I don’t condone the above comedians’ lack of decorum and bad language, but I strongly agree with the wisdom of Mark Twain’s words,

“Against the assault of Laughter, nothing can stand.”

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