Roger Waters has always been clear about his feelings about President Donald J. Trump. The Pink Floyd bassist has a long history of speaking out against political corruptness, and since before Trump was elected, Waters has been very clear expressing his anti-Trump stance. In October of last year, Waters performed in Mexico City and used the song “Pigs (Three Different Ones)” as a vehicle to express his outrage at the then-presidential candidate. During his Mexico City performance, Waters released hundreds of thousands of inflatable pigs onto the crowd while he performed to a backdrop of images of Trump giving the Nazi salute and surrounded by members of the KKK—Waters famously reposted the footage from that performance on Inauguration Day.Pink Floyd-Inspired Flying Pigs Will Block Chicago’s Trump Tower For A Day This SummerA few months ago, Roger Waters announced a massive world tour dubbed Us + Them, which will see the bassist travel extensively across the United States with over forty dates. Now, footage from tour rehearsals of Waters’ Us + Them tour has been leaked, and the outspoken musician has no plans to stop taking shots at Donald Trump. Again, the song “Pigs (Three Different Ones)” off Pink Floyd’s 1977 Animals was used as the medium to carry out Waters’ Trump takedown. During the eleven-minute performance of the song, neon pop-art images of Trump appeared, depicting the president with breasts, in a Klan hood, wearing lipstick, exposing a micropenis, with the head of a pig, and finally, with the word “charade” written across his face.During the rehearsal performance at Meadowlands Arena in East Rutherford, New Jersey, the screen also showed a giant robotic flying pig as well as some of Trump’s quotes on record about women, his daughter Ivanka, his border wall, 9/11, taxes, and more. The video also projected images of Donald Trump with dollars signs over his eyes and saying the word, “I won!” and ended with the words “Fuck Trump” across the screen. The Trump-themed imagery continued in the songs “Money” and “Us and Them” as well. You can watch videos of Roger Waters’ rehearsal below. “Pigs (Three Different Ones)” [Video courtesy of markit aneight “Comfortably Numb”[Video courtesy of markit aneight]“Time”[Video courtesy of Dan Morgan]“Wish You Were Here”[Video courtesy of Dan Morgan]“Another Brick In The Wall”[Video courtesy of Dan Morgan]“Great Gig In The Sky”[Video courtesy of Leon Feingold][H/T Rolling Stone]
FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ind. — State animal health officials say a second beef cattle herd has tested positive for bovine tuberculosis in southeastern Indiana.The Indiana State Board of Animal Health announced that the beef cattle herd with the animal disease is in Franklin County.Those animals have been placed under quarantine.Another beef cattle herd tested positive for bovine TB in April, also in Franklin County.The newly identified infected herd is within an existing 10-mile surveillance zone.That means no new cattle herds nearby need to be tested as a result of the new discovery.Indiana won’t lose its TB-free status thanks to the terms of a federal order issued in 2010.But the State Board of Animal Health must submit its TB plan to U.S. Department of Agriculture by mid-February.
To win the trophy that was stretched down to the wire, Wazito ripped apart St Joseph’s Youth FC 7-0 at the Nairobi’s Camp Toyoyo while Kisumu handed relegated Thika United a 6-1 thrashing to earn automatic promotion to the top flight league.Kisumu All Stars coach Francis Oduor in action against Thika United. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYAThe three teams came into the final round separated only by a single point with Wazito holding the advantage that saw them conclude the season as the best team with 81 points, just one aheadof Kisumu who finished second.Dates for the second legged KPL promotion playoff are yet to be confirmed but the fact that no second tier side has ever claimed victory in the playoff against the top tier opposition could be difficult reading for Stima who narrowly missed out on the slot in last season’s campaign where they finished 4th.Ushuru FC, who this season missed out on a top 3 finish having finished in 4th place, have played in the playoffs twice in succession. Losing to Thika United in 2017 and Nakumatt FC in 2018.At the opposite end of the table, Kangemi All Stars, Thika and Green Commandos have been confirmed as the relegation casualties.-Final round results-Kisumu All Stars Ian Motanda dribbles past Thika United players. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYAKenya Police 2-2 Ushuru (Karuturi Grounds)Migori Youth 2-0 Kangemi All-Stars (Awendo Stadium)Fortune Sacco vs Modern Coast Rangers (Kianyaga Stadium)Kibera Black Stars 1-2 Nairobi City Stars (Hope Center)Green Commandos vs Coast Stima (Bukhungu Stadium)Wazito 7-1 St. Joseph’s Youth (Camp Toyoyo)Administration Police vs Bidco United (Ruaraka Grounds)Thika United 1-7 Kisumu All Stars (Thika Stadium)Shabana 3-1 FC Talanta (Gusii Stadium)Eldoret Youth 2-4 Nairobi Stima (Eldoret Show Grounds)-Additional reporting from Soka.co.ke-0Shares0000(Visited 12 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Kisumu All Stars players celebrating after earning KPL promotion. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYANAIROBI, Kenya, June 9 – Wazito FC returned to the Kenyan Premier League joined by Kisumu All Stars after finishing first and second respectively in the National Super League 2018/19 season that concluded Sunday.Meanwhile, Nairobi Stima beat Eldoret Youth 4-2 to finish third and set up the KPL promotion playoff against Posta Rangers.