The first ‘Australian’ who descried the Supply made a terrible discovery.
I look at it this way, by way of analogy:
A family lives in a house.
A stranger arrives with many cohorts bearing arms, plants a flag in the garden and says:
‘This is now mine.’
Soon the stranger and cohorts also want, and take, the lives of the original inhabitants.
I cannot imagine what is to celebrate about
such a shameful thing.
I wanted to add a link to Wikipedia but I can’t do that from my phone.
Here are even two links.
First of all, allow me som Ha ha has … No photo, (almost) no likes, hm?
A matter of cramped fields of vision?
Oh well, no prejudices here.
After all, the winner takes it all, hm? .
Now, if that is not a supply
Thank you, Sean.
So many faces unseen,
who remembers them?
Ah, thank you for your contribution, Joseph.
Was there meant to be an image here? This was another post that had no image, but this one still has no image (at least not that I can see)
No image. (The other post was a mistake, now fixed.)
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