Thursday Forum: January 19, 2017

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  1. tailgunner

    Latham!
    Go you madman!

    First!?

  2. Gab

    Oh wow! Isn’t Doomlord just the greatest? <3

  3. Tom

    Phew! That last fred was a monster.

  4. .

    Gunner

    Have you read anything Latham has written? Read Civilising Global Capital.

    The title says a lot.

  5. Nelson Kidd-Players

    You’re not The Doomlord’s daughter are you, Gab? 🙂

  6. Mother Lode

    I think you have him under your thumb, Gab.

    You asked. He delivered.

    Truly the matriarch of Kittehs.

  7. stackja

    7th. Which politician goes next?

  8. Bear Necessities

    Latham’s a bit of a tosser. He greatest service to Australia was widely publicising Oakes nickname of “Jabba”. Oakes has never forgiven him for that.

  9. Mother Lode

    Which politician goes next?

    I don’t suppose there is much chance of Lucy Turdbull being prostrate with hangnail?

  10. calli

    On that billboard:

    Yesterday Victorian Multicultural Affairs Minister Robin Scott revealed the image would be removed after the company behind the advertisement, QMS, received threats.

    QMS owns the billboard. Who paid for the advertising? The published picture is really grainy – was it VicRoads? Will the “threats” magically go away now that the thing is being put up nationally?

    Are the “threateners” being investigated by the police?

    I’m calling b/s on this.

  11. memoryvault

    Not leaving it on the tail end of the old thread:

    Okay, so far we’ve got, warts and all –

    Nick Minchin
    Mark Latham,
    Cory Bernardi
    Angry Anderson
    Joe Bullock

    For a bit of gender diversity may I also nominate for consideration

    Jo Nova
    Kirralee Smith
    Jennifer Marohasy
    Bess Price

    Any other nominations? Objections?

  12. Motelier

    Just came in from the heat and to have a glass of cold water, and top twenny or sumpfink.

  13. Atoms for Peace

    Do we call Baird as a winner for the dish lickers?

  14. .

    Let’s just put it out there:

    Aaron Rodgers is the GOAT.

  15. .

    They might be getting zero donations, but do they still hold assets?

  16. Gab

    I think you have him under your thumb, Gab.

    Ahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha! No, seriously, ahahahahahahahahaha.

    If I had him in such a position, he’d have made me the chief smoter of this site ages ago.

  17. Habib

    Sub 30, like a greens IQ but not like sodding SEQld.

  18. Motelier

    This is surely not going to end well for someone.

  19. Dr Fred Lenin

    Love this Donald. he keeps getting better! Cnn comrades not acredited for inauguration ,been abusing him and telling lies about him and he doesnt invite them to the party ,boo hoo . Republicans who tried to destroy him not getting plum jobs . You dont think we are in politics to help the people do you ? We are there to help ourselves boo hoo. At last someone in power who does not pussyfoot about with the u.n. Communists . Keep it up Donald youve got them on the floor. Kick the shit out of them ,they deserve it .

  20. calli

    It’s just too neat and tidy.

    – do something you know will give most people the sh*ts
    – claim you’ve been threatened
    – get crowd funding to “protect” you from the people you targetted
    – escallate, using the money raised, doing the very thing that gave most people the sh*ts in the first place, but this time from the high moral ground

    It’s like a media form of a hijab pull “Backlash!”. But with extra bulldust.

  21. .

    srr

    The Clinton Foundation is huge, the CGI is only part of that.

  22. Mother Lode

    Do we call Baird as a winner for the dish lickers?

    I would like to think he has nightmares of being tied to motorised shuttle on a rail and having slavering dogs with blood in their eyes chasing him.

    In fact, he probably dreams of birthday parties with lots of cakes and lollies and games, and a jumping castle, and pony rides. And all his friends are there, and they all give him presents.

    Little turd.

  23. Snoopy

    Dallas Scott aka Black Steam Train.

  24. mareeS

    Baird, such a snowflake. Christmas must have been a joy in that household, for him to toss in the towel before Australia Day.

  25. Boambee John

    Boambee John

    #2267109, posted on January 19, 2017 at 4:30 pm

    mv,

    Re the Incirlik nukes, we had this discussion a while back.

    The “Two Key” system was a fig-leaf to maintain conformity with the Non-Proliferation Treaty. The US provided nukes for its allies to drop, but only with US approval. Providing uncontrolled nukes is a clear breach of the Treaty.

    I am quite prepared to believe that Obama would breach the Treaty to help his Muslim mates, I remain sceptical, however, that he would do it as overtly as you described earlier.

    The proof of the pudding will be in the outcome.

    Dot,

    Plenty of other ways to deliver a tactical nuke to parts of MENA.

    From the old thread.

  26. memoryvault

    Dallas Scott aka Black Steam Train.

    Didn’t he go native? – No pun intended.

  27. The thing Trump proved in relation to Buchanan is that people like Buchanan can be completely ignored, even within their own coalition, because the foot soldiers of the religious right will vote for an adulterous fraudster with no regard for Christian morality just because there’s an (R) after his name. The religious right is finished as an elite political force on its own, it’s just another flavour of tribalist Republican now with no mind needing to be paid to their immediate concerns.

  28. memoryvault

    Re the Incirlik nukes, we had this discussion a while back.

    Not going to argue with John, since the details are available from multiple reliable sources on the internet. The only two “impediments” to Erdogan using them is 1) – he’s supposed to ask NATO for permission first (yes, NATO). And 2) – He’s not supposed to use his own F-16’s.

  29. Motelier

    Gladstone’s Boyne Island aluminium smelter is set to shed jobs and cut $100 million-worth of production because of soaring Queensland power prices.

    Boyne Smelters Ltd general manager Joe Rea said it was the second time in three years the facility had cut production due to “uncompetitive electricity prices”.

    Mainland Tasmania sets the example of using unreliable electricity and depending on excess power from soon to be power limited Victoriastan. Palacechook just keeps on ramping up the price.

    RTWT

  30. Zulu Kilo Die Onuitspeeklike

    A memorandum had been submitted to the Australian War Cabinet in February 1942 (after Menzies, Fadden, and the United Australia Party-Country Party coalition had moved to Opposition), where the General Officer Commanding-in-Chief of the Home Forces, Lieutenant-General Iven Mackay, had advocated that in the event of an invasion, the majority of available Australian forces be concentrated in the area between Brisbane and Melbourne, where most of the nation’s industrial capability was located.

    What MacKay was advocating was that PRIORITY be given to the defense of the industrial centers of Newcastle, Wollongong and Sydney – many key military figures believed that any invasion force would bypass the North to land in the South East.

    The whole essence of the “Brisbane Line” claims were that vast areas of Australia were to be abandoned without any defense whatever.

    “At the age of eighty – one, MacKay said “As far as I knew there was not such a thing as a Brisbane Line…It is in the imagination – something to be plucked out of the air at will..I wish the politicians would end their arguments over something that never existed.” (“Iven G. MacKay – Citizen and Soldier” by Ivan Chapman has a chapter on the whole “Brisbane Line” uproar: Paul Burns has written a book “The Brisbane Line Controversy” on the matter.)

    Re – posted from the old thread.

  31. brennan

    Baird is a turd. I’m glad he’s gone.
    I’m more than a tad suspicious something unsavory might be near to coming out about him.

  32. Baldrick

    41st Battalion A.I.F

    Gordon, Bernard Sidney (1891–1963)
    In July 1918 the 41st Battalion, as part of the 11th Infantry Brigade, was involved in an attack on Hamel, and Gordon was awarded the Military Medal for gallant conduct. He was later awarded the Victoria Cross, for ‘most conspicuous bravery and devotion to duty on 26th-27th August, 1918, east of Bray’. In this action, the citation stated, Gordon displayed ‘a wonderful example of fearless initiative’. He led his section through heavy shell-fire to its objective, which he consolidated. ‘Single-handed he attacked an enemy machine-gun which was enfilading the company on his right, killed the man on the gun and captured the post, which contained one officer and ten men. He then cleaned up a trench, capturing twenty-nine prisoners and two machine-guns … Practically unaided, he captured, in the course of these operations, two officers and sixty-one other ranks, together with six machine-guns’.

  33. min

    I think his children were under some sort of threat

  34. Baldrick

    Leftard mentality …

    Heather @VSaddict22
    If someone was cruel enough to assassinate MLK, maybe someone will be kind enough to assassinate Trump. #bekind #trump #lovetrumpshate

  35. John Comnenus

    It’s pretty difficult to see how the Japanese could ever have launched an invasion of Australia. For the Malaya campaign Gen Yamashita left one quarter of his force behind because he couldn’t logistically support them. That was one division out of four.

    Let’s assume Japan did invade Australia successfully, then the US attacks anywhere on the NSW coast from their New Zealand bases. The Japanese were never serious about invading, but some ALP Cabinet members were serious about surrendering to them before they even landed.

  36. Pete of Perth

    What does your ops room look like ssr?

  37. Zulu Kilo Die Onuitspeeklike

    It’s pretty difficult to see how the Japanese could ever have launched an invasion of Australia.

    I think it was Frank Berryman who was asked what the Army would do, in the event of a Japanese invasion.

    “Send out the Salvage Corps to pick up their bleached bones out in the desert.”

  38. Fisky

    The thing Trump proved in relation to Buchanan is that people like Buchanan can be completely ignored, even within their own coalition, because the foot soldiers of the religious right will vote for an adulterous fraudster with no regard for Christian morality just because there’s an (R) after his name. The religious right is finished as an elite political force on its own, it’s just another flavour of tribalist Republican now with no mind needing to be paid to their immediate concerns.

    I suspect the reason for Trump’s record evangelical vote might have something to do with the Left’s obsession with forcing Christians to violate their principles.

  39. Senile Old Guy

    A new solar energy plant to be built in regional Victoria will run Melbourne’s entire tram network by the end of 2018, the State Government has said. Energy Minister Lily D’Ambrosio said the plan was a world first.

    There might be a reason it is a ‘world first’.

    “The world is moving to clean energy, we made a commitment as a Government, we continue to uphold that commitment to grow renewable energy,” she said. But Ms D’Ambrosio would not say how much extra the solar energy would cost. “We won’t be disclosing that figure,” she said.

    That would be the — non-disclosed — reason there.

  40. Fisky

    Maybe if the Left hadn’t been going around the country suing Christian bakers for tens of thousands of dollars, the evangelicals wouldn’t have been so motivated to stop them.

    Just a thought, not expecting any self-awareness here! (in fact I’m hoping the Left have none)

  41. Baldrick

    Islam needs protection in Australia, apparently …

    18C should be expanded to protect religion, Grand Mufti says:
    According to the Racial Discrimination Act, it is illegal to behave offensively toward a person because of race, colour, national or ethnic origin. The definition doesn’t apply to religion – and that’s a problem according to the Grand Mufti of Australia, Ibrahim Abu Mohammed.
    Dr Mohammed made a submission to the parliamentary freedom of speech inquiry, saying that unless the clause was expanded to include religion, members of faiths like Islam would be subjected to hate speech and vilification.

  42. Maybe if the Left hadn’t been going around the country suing Christian bakers for tens of thousands of dollars, the evangelicals wouldn’t have been so motivated to stop them.

    Uh huh. Sure, Fisky. That was the number one issue.

    And of course Trump’s going to reverse the SSM ruling? No? Oh well.

  43. Snoopy

    Unless the Melbourne tram network is linked solely to the solar energy plant, the Vicco transport minister is lying.

  44. Fisky

    Your choice, m0nty. A very large voting bloc that the Left loves to insult. And then insults even louder when they vote the wrong way!

    Ummmm….

  45. Leo G

    I would like to think he has nightmares of being tied to motorised shuttle on a rail and having slavering dogs with blood in their eyes chasing him.

    Fear that the Megan Latham scalping in November has disturbed the ICAC attack pack?

  46. calli

    Baldrick
    #2267151, posted on January 19, 2017 at 5:04 pm
    Leftard mentality …

    Heather @VSaddict22
    If someone was cruel enough to assassinate MLK, maybe someone will be kind enough to assassinate Trump. #bekind #trump #lovetrumpshate

    Heather is doing a Henry II? And silly and vain enough to have her dial on her account. I do hope she gets a friendly knock on the door shortly.

  47. Mother Lode

    If I had him in such a position, he’d have made me the chief smoter of this site ages ago.

    You mean like Andrea, with her trusty assegai, back at Blairs old place?

  48. Snoopy

    Trump is appointing black letter constitutionalists to the USSC for absolutely no purpose, eh Monty?

  49. Your choice, m0nty. A very large voting bloc that the Left loves to insult. And then insults even louder when they vote the wrong way!

    It won’t be large for long. It’s shrinking rather rapidly. And good riddance.

  50. Boambee John

    mv at 1651,

    I believe that the US is still part of NATO, and likely to have some influence on the response to such a request.

    It seems that the anti-nuke protestors are smooth with breaches of the NPT, as long as they are by a Democratic Party administration.

    Their view might change on Saturday!

  51. Fisky

    It won’t be large for long. It’s shrinking rather rapidly. And good riddance.

    I think you’ll find the evangelical share is almost identical to what it was 12 years ago.

  52. Top Ender

    The Spoon Bender is back!

    Stand by for more……

  53. Fisky

    One of David Frum’s best lines is this – if you’re not going to be President for all of the country, you won’t get to be President of any of it.

    Trump campaigned everywhere, including in black churches and in states he wasn’t supposed to win. Hillary didn’t even bother with the rust belt and of course completely wrote off evangelicals.

    Not smart! (and hopefully, the Left will learn nothing from this – we really don’t want them in power)

  54. Habib

    US has withdrawn a great deal of its contribution to NATO, it’s heavily French/German driven now, and consequently a bureaucratic behemoth with piss-poor capability, crippled with arthritic C&C dominated by time-servers and politicians. The frigs have uniformed bureaucrats FFS. Imagine an EL2 from Russell in cammies.

  55. Habib

    Frigs=Frogs, for once this idiot machine might be right.

  56. Top Ender

    CIA archives reveal secret tests on Uri Geller’s psychic powers

    Uri Geller in 2015.
    BEN HOYLE
    The Times

    The Israeli psychic Uri Geller, who claimed to be able to bend spoons with his mind, really did have special powers, according to the results of secret tests released yesterday.

    The experiments to test Geller’s telekinetic abilities are revealed in a trove of 800,000 files – a total of 13 million pages – of declassified documents released online after a long campaign by freedom-of-information activists and a lawsuit against the Central Intelligence Agency.

    Among the papers are those from the Stargate Project, a scientific research programme that has long been of interest to conspiracy theorists.

    Michael Best, a journalist, described it as “a 25-year intelligence community effort to use clairvoyance, precognition, or telepathy to acquire and describe information about targets that were blocked from ordinary perception”.

    In 1972 Geller was brought to the Stanford Research Institute and placed in a sealed room. In one of the experiments a researcher selected a word at random, and a picture inspired by it was drawn by someone outside Geller’s room. The psychic was then challenged to match it. Sometimes his efforts were hopelessly off but others proved eerily accurate.

    In one instance the word chosen was “bunch”; Geller began to talk about “purple circles” – and the first picture drawn was of a bunch of grapes.

    The CIA documents include discussions about assassinating Fidel Castro, details of Nazi war crimes, reports of UFO sightings and the papers of Henry Kissinger, the former secretary of state. The papers have previously been accessible to the public, but only to those able to use one of four computers at the back of a library at the National Archives in Maryland, from 9am to 4.30pm on weekdays.

    Progress towards greater openness has been slow. In 1995 Bill Clinton ordered the CIA to declassify documents that were more than 25 years old and of “historical value”, but the agency failed to make its archive searchable until 2000. When the non-profit organisation Muck Rack filed a freedom-of-information case in 2014, the CIA said it would take six years to make the data available, and that it would be delivered on 1200 CDs costing $US108,000.

    Now they are available to anyone with internet access and the patience and curiosity to explore them.

    Geller fought as a paratrooper in the Six Day War in 1967, killing a man in combat. A 2013 documentary, The Secret Life of Uri Geller, provided extensive evidence that he had worked as a secret agent for Mossad and the CIA. It included interviews with scientists and former US military and intelligence officers who had first-hand knowledge of his activities.

    Vikram Jayanti, the director, acknowledged his subject’s divisive reputation at the time. “A lot of people think he is a fraud, a trickster . . . but he has a huge following and a history of doing things that nobody can explain.”

    Link

  57. Dr Fred Lenin

    Just watched some ecommunist on the u.n.communist news formerly the alpbc advocting the reserve n]bam]nk reduce interest rates to one per cent . What a great novel idea ! Encourage greedy bankers. Yes there are greedy bankers to loan money to people who will never repay because the and cost jon]bs low rates discourage investment and cost jobs ,add thousands of self funded pensioners to the drain of taxpayers money bt]ring thousands of illiterate unemployable peasants whi will never assimilate , relly goodmove i to the country very innovative . Tgank God I know bugger all about economlcs

  58. Mother Lode

    What does your ops room look like ssr?

    Remember the shed John Nash had in A Beautiful Mind?

  59. John Constantine

    Will their yarragrad Nazgul swear that trams in vicco will run on solar power when the coal grid goes down, or will they lie to progress crony socialism.

  60. It won’t be large for long. It’s shrinking rather rapidly. And good riddance.

    Good good, let the hate flow through you….

  61. Bruce of Newcastle

    Wanna buy a whole shopping centre? Going cheap.

    Pittsburgh Mall Once Worth $190 Million Sells For $100

    The 1.1 million square foot mall, once valued at $190 million after being opened in 2005, sold at a foreclosure auction this morning for $100 (yes, not million…just $100).

    Pittsburgh sounds like it should be Trump home territory, but Crooked won it 56:40.

  62. Habib

    Ms D’Ambrosio would not say how much extra the solar energy would cost. “We won’t be disclosing that figure,” she said.

    Sounds like someone needs to be FOI’d back to the stone age.

  63. Rabz

    When Vasily Grossman travelled to Armenia, one of the first things he noticed was that all the people, without exception, had very large noses

    Must. Not. Comment… 🙁

  64. C.L.

    But Ms D’Ambrosio would not say how much extra the solar energy would cost. “We won’t be disclosing that figure,” she said.

    Can you believe these scum? They are utterly shameless.

  65. RMR

    Has anyone else been silly enough to read the WEF Global Risk Report 2017 and watch the video of the presentation? Absolutely no reconciliation of views one year to the next, so no learning. No quantification of issues other than”I feel” so open to massive bias, with the result that our biggest risks today are environmental. Not the smog in China type environmental problems but Extreme Weather Events and Major Natural Disasters. Yet another demonstration of how out of touch the Elite really is.

  66. Grigory M

    Hiya, Dot Esq. There is no point waving at me whenever you quote something from Wikipedia. It’s your primary knowledge source, not mine. You claimed ownership of it back in September or October last.

  67. I think you’ll find the evangelical share is almost identical to what it was 12 years ago.

    Depends on whether you’re talking about white evangelical – which is what that one exit poll you’re relying on was about, according to reports – or non-white as well. America is becoming more diverse, and evangelicals are too. Non-white evangelicals tend more to being Democrats.

    Either way, no one needs to pander to the religious right any more. Who even leads their movement any more? It’s a rabble.

  68. Mindfree

    CL
    The real scum are the MSM who refuse to pursue DAmbrosio on why she will not disclose the cost and if it solely supplies the network and will she be held accountable

  69. Grigory M

    Watched Bair’s presser this morning – he was very emotional, his wife and children were not. The performance had me wondering who gave him the sudden news that he had to go – maybe Berejiklian when he had breakfast with her this morning. It was all very hastily done and he seemed to be extremely defensive about his performance.

  70. Senile Old Guy

    Ms D’Ambrosio would not say how much extra the solar energy would cost. “We won’t be disclosing that figure,” she said.

    Sounds like someone needs to be FOI’d back to the stone age.

    The information will be classified ‘commercial in confidence’.

  71. srr

    brennan
    #2267147, posted on January 19, 2017 at 4:57 pm

    Baird is a turd. I’m glad he’s gone.
    I’m more than a tad suspicious something unsavory might be near to coming out about him.

    In these situations it’s usually a case of, “Fuck Off!, or that, ‘something unsavory’, WILL come out about you.”

  72. Infidel Tiger

    Police horses trample Roe 8 protesters as cops make dozens of arrests

    I love horses.

  73. struth

    no one needs to pander to the religious right any more. Who even leads their movement any more? It’s a rabble.

    Jesus?

    Anyway , keep venting loser, they are on the team that handed you your arse on a plate.
    So much hate inside you for Christianity and white people.
    Are your kids going to be able to celebrate Christmas?

  74. Jessie

    snoopy @

    Thanks for breaking that… there were some odd comments on the Windschuttle’s post and I didn’t like to poke the ant hill. One can only hope the truth wins out.
    They despise nothing more than an actual aboriginal speaking out.

    New job for former CLP Minister questioned http://www.hot100fm.com.au/news/local-news/59255-new-job-for-former-clp-minister-questioned
    The Australian also did a cursory article on 4/1/2017

    and Bess’ Chief of Staff Mossman seeks legal aid to fund appeal and his ongoing saga with Bess Price denying any knowledge of travel frauds. He was found guilty, and heh presto- no time in jail. But then employed at NT Department of Infrastructure and Planning…

    “I had nothing to do with it … I left it to Paul,” she told the court, under questioning from Mr Morters.

    It is the defence’s case, however, that she did know the company was providing the service for her office.

    I was the new kid on the block,” Ms Price told the court, “and obviously I allowed staff members around me to run the office”.

  75. Snoopy

    Super funds controlled by ALP-affiliated unions which donate significant funds to the ALP finance a solar generating plant which sells electricity for an undisclosed amount to an ALP government-owned, union-controlled tram service subsidised by taxpayers.

    No, nothing to see here.

  76. So much hate inside you for Christianity and white people.

    Wrong and wrong. Just some specific people in the church and those who use the church to advance ideology which goes against Christian charity.

  77. srr

    did m0nty stop being a Catholic?

  78. Cannibal

    …– which is what that one exit poll you’re relying on was about, according to reports…

    Ah, so we should never ever rely on polls, eh monty?

  79. H B Bear

    Police horses trample Roe 8 protesters as cops make dozens of arrests

    Belting swampies is about the only perk left if you are a cop.

  80. struth

    Anyone thinking that Bess Price is the only one they are looking at is …………………correct.
    As only liberal expenses are being looked at now federally.
    Hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars go missing throughout the corruption that is aboriginal organisations and public service, but Bess gets looked into.
    Knowing where she came from, she was a relative innocent thrown into a pit of snakes.
    There are hundreds of people doing far worse in the Northern Corrupterory.
    I am not excusing her, just saying, don’t believe what you read.
    She is hated by the criminally parasitic left.
    Keep reading newspapers and reports, you are bound to get the truth!?

  81. Bean Counter

    monty (5.17pm) Just before the Trumpslide I asked an American friend what he thought about the claims that Donald was/is a horndog adulterer and general fondler of sheilas. His reply went something like; if a number of very beautiful, very ambitious and very-willing-to-exploit-their-looks-to-make-a-buck Miss Universe girls haven’t been out telling us they were groped, then he reckoned the whole tale of Trump the sexual pest had no legs. I’m guessing that even the most religious people would judge it something like that.

    I’m also guessing that since we all know that Bill Clinton and his Mrs have always regarded the sexual exploitation of young star-struck chicks as normal behaviour, Mrs Clinton would probably be regarded as an equal sexual predator/deviate as her husband. After all…didn’t Bill film his encounters and then show them to Hillary at bed-time?

  82. Jessie

    Erwin Chanda of Alice Springs News generally does informative reporting:
    Closing the Gap: Lofty words, inadequate deeds

    I am not clear whether the Land Councils, Shire Councils or Town Council is involved in this recent debate and various tenders.

  83. Mark A

    Should I send my address? Received this last night.

    “Attention. Good day, Please we need your current home address and telephone number to enable us start sending your $2.5USD to you as we were instructed by IMF to be sending you $5000.00 each day till the whole amount $2.5USD,Now we need your full name……. Home Address….. Telephone number……… Forward the ( [email protected] ) Or call with this telephone number +229-99 488494 ThanksRegard Mr.Alex peter “

  84. srr

    Tom
    #2266762, posted on January 19, 2017 at 12:05 pm

    Sad how much Real News gets banned here.

    You’re a lying paranoid fabulist lunatic, USSR. But you knew that.

    Let’s see your list of “Real News (caps – sic)” that’s been “banned here.”

    FMD.

    Bit bloody hard when it gets banned, you lying sack of shit sorry, I was being too respectful, you professional propagandist … or were you just genuinely too stupid to figure that bit out 🙄

    Somewhat telling to, is how much of it is also banned by Facebook and Twitter, unlike all those postings on how to be murderous bloody Jihadi, or promoting infanticide as every woman’s right to some wonderful sacrament, or why the head of Nazi propaganda (who’s name is also banned here), has to be respected for his skill at propaganda, or … 😡 … but hey, at least you can now call MSM, AND respected independent investigative journalists, ‘lying paranoid fabulist lunatics‘, seeing as they finally came out and showed how the internet is manipulated to ban, shadow ban, bury and in all manner of clever ways, feed the majority of unaware people completely false narratives as the common consensus of beliefs.

    You know, exactly what all the netheads attacked me for mentioning years ago, and built so many of their other desperate smears on.

    btw, on That topic, this is ABOUT the guy who’s news keeps getting banned –

    A Troll Outside Trump Tower Is Helping To Pick Your Next Government

    An internet troll, who was once called “the most hated man on the internet” and is banned from Twitter, is recommending candidates to serve in the Trump administration.

    Charles “Chuck” Johnson, a controversial blogger and conservative online personality, has been pushing for various political appointees to serve under Donald Trump, according to multiple sources close to the President-elect’s transition team. While Johnson does not have a formal position, FORBES has learned that he is working behind the scenes with members of the transition team’s executive committee, including billionaire Trump donor Peter Thiel, to recommend, vet and give something of a seal of approval to potential nominees from the so-called “alt-right.”

    The proximity to power is something new for Johnson, a self-described “journalist, author and debunker of frauds,” …

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/mattdrange/2017/01/09/chuck-johnson-troll-trump-transition-team/#5cae7d365c12

    Yeah, it’s fine for Forbes to bullshit away, coz they’re an approved of (by the UN), MSM News Propaganda source 🙄 … so I won’t mention the massive win I had over them to … 😉 😆

  85. struth

    Wrong and wrong. Just some specific people in the church and those who use the church to advance ideology which goes against Christian charity.

    Who?

    Does Christian charity involve bending over and taking it up the blurter by Muslims?
    Does it involve handing your country over to Christian hating socialists?

  86. Infidel Tiger

    Prick With a Fork ‏@pwafork Jan 17
    Amazingly by causing celebs to boycott the Inauguration, the crass and vulgar Trump has begun to restore dignity to the office of POTUS.

    Spot on.

  87. Fisky

    Either way, no one needs to pander to the religious right any more. Who even leads their movement any more? It’s a rabble.

    Right, so long as the Left remained unhinged, the get out the vote takes care of itself.

  88. Zulu Kilo Die Onuitspeeklike

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3807041/Grand-Mufti-uses-interpreter-tell-Australians-wrong-Muslim-integration.html

    Confirms what was stated on various blogs – the Grand Mufti speaks quite good English, but he prefers to use a translator. Now, why would that be?

  89. Snoopy

    Sounds good Mark you lucky dog.

  90. .

    or why the head of Nazi propaganda (who’s name is also banned here

    For good reason. The dropkick who used it as a verb used to use it against our host who descends from Talmudic scholars.

    *Not on Wikipedia, Googley.

  91. custard

    PHON leader Hanson unveiled her candidates today on the steps of the WA State Parliament.

    From the OZ ” The candidates that joined Ms Hanson were dominated by white men who were middle-aged or older.”

  92. Bruce of Newcastle

    Received this last night.

    Is that like the one John Podesta got?
    Wow those Russians are clever.

  93. .

    From the OZ ” The candidates that joined Ms Hanson were dominated by white men who were middle-aged or older.”

    Heh.

    Like every other Parliament and Council in the Commonwealth.

    Just like the “middle aged white men” who put Lara Giddings and Kristina Keneally in power as their government was on death watch.

  94. Jessie

    that is true struth @6.16

    for you will remember it was Gatjil Djerrkura that responded to breaking the welfare shackles with his ?1999 speech ……………..
    and Noel Pearson that eventually decided ALL kids needed an education, not his original proposed send a couple to best boarding schools idea
    along with Sarra and countless others who have fought long and hard.
    Whatever happened to the Lingiari Foundation (Pearson, Langton, Dodson etc in Sydney) and the unknown benefactors?

    Bess Price’s facebook page gives some indication of the hatred from her own and others during the recent election.

  95. Empire GTHO Phase III

    The thing Trump proved in relation to Buchanan is that people like Buchanan can be completely ignored, even within their own coalition, because the foot soldiers of the religious right will vote for an adulterous fraudster with no regard for Christian morality just because there’s an (R) after his name. The religious right is finished as an elite political force on its own, it’s just another flavour of tribalist Republican now with no mind needing to be paid to their immediate concerns.

    No. They held their noses and voted for him because he isn’t Killary.

    Two months have passed and you’re still in denial mode.

  96. Snoopy

    Sarra sent his failures to Murgon.

  97. egg_

    I’m more than a tad suspicious something unsavory might be near to coming out about him.

    +1

  98. Filbert

    From previous thread…

    The NDIS will cost at least 25 bn AUD per year.

    Didn’t Warren Mundine say we pay AUD$30Bn pa for the aboriginal ‘industry’?

  99. Snoopy

    With Mike gone, what price Julia?

  100. struth

    Jesse, you would have to live in Alice Springs to understand what is going on there.
    Obviously, the local indigenous “council” was pissed of it’s contract was handed over to private enterprise by Bess as they came in cheaper.
    Not the private company or the council have, or will ever, be able to fix town camps.
    They are some of the worst hell holes of violence , and drunkeness and petrol sniffing ,in the world.
    When Erwin reports that the council were reporting the terrible state of affairs that he can’t understand why his competitors for taxpayer funds didn’t knock at the houses first etc, the reporter is shaking his head while writing it, and the residence are laughing reading it..
    You’d be hard pressed to find a door.
    This is written for Alice Springs residence.

  101. Pedro the Ignorant

    The Roe 8 swampies tried to cripple police horses by laying steel cable traps in the area a couple of days ago.

    Good to see the horses (possibly aided by their police riders) getting their own back.

    A hoof in the guts should be a salutary lesson for these hippy bludgers.

  102. cohenite

    Snoopy

    #2267217, posted on January 19, 2017 at 6:09 pm

    Super funds controlled by ALP-affiliated unions which donate significant funds to the ALP finance a solar generating plant which sells electricity for an undisclosed amount to an ALP government-owned, union-controlled tram service subsidised by taxpayers.

    No, nothing to see here.

    Renewables cannot power an electrified transport system at the current level of demand and reliability.

  103. Infidel Tiger

    Another wonderful Fairfax headline:

    The difficulty of finding love as an ambivert

    Apparently that is someone who is both introverted and extroverted – like 99% of people on earth.

  104. srr

    But Dot, don’t you and others still have a soft spot of respect for that “dropkick”, who’s behaviour ultimately led to no one being able to give the BDS mobs and other devout Anti-Semites the proper thrashing they deserve in a free and open contest of ideas, facts, evidence and reason … rhetorical … a n y w a y, as we all already know that’s a dead topic, why was that the only point of many in that post you chose to spit about … also rhetorical, you flaming dropkick 😀

  105. Snoopy

    Yes, that to Cohenite. And night time.

  106. herodotus

    Istomin vs. Djokovic going to 5th set now. I guess the Istomin ranking of 117 is up for review.

  107. Rev. Archibald

    Infidel Tiger
    #2267213, posted on January 19, 2017 at 6:03 pm

    I love horses.

    ..
    Horses and tigers, living together- mass hysteria…

  108. egg_

    WTF is going on with Kyrgios?

  109. Geriatric Mayfly

    Old but germane. A pounding of hooves in Perth, or was it a hounding of pooves?

  110. herodotus

    I hope they swab Istomin. He’s playing out of his skin. Just served 190k + which is close to as fast as he’s served all match.

  111. Bruce of Newcastle

    You win the wooden spoonerism GM.

  112. Dr Fred Lenin

    Donald. get the forensic accountants onto the clinton cash trail then of course the FBI, jail is waiting for a lot of comrades.

  113. Baldrick

    Yesterday Victorian Multicultural Affairs Minister Robin Scott revealed the image would be removed after the company behind the advertisement, QMS, received threats.

    Say no more:
    QMS in Australia is part of a joint venture backed by Doha-based Qatar Media Services which also holds global advertising rights to the Al Jazeera pay TV news network.

  114. Mike of Marion

    egg_
    #2267272, posted on January 19, 2017 at 6:42 pm

    He’s publicly showing his mental capability.

  115. test pattern

    ‘It’s pretty difficult to see how the Japanese could ever have launched an invasion of Australia’

    RAAF war artist Eric Thake travelled to Timor via Darwin in 1945 and made a number of nice sketches.

    Japanese prisoners of war.

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-aMVeaGrrcj8/UFaFg3gRHwI/AAAAAAAAAiM/9v9vqDvCgVM/s1600/bk3p110.jpg

  116. Snoopy

    Say no more:
    QMS in Australia is part of a joint venture backed by Doha-based Qatar Media Services which also holds global advertising rights to the Al Jazeera pay TV news network.

    Aka the Muslim Brotherhood.

  117. Bruce of Newcastle

    Qatar Media Services

    Ah, Qatar is everyone’s bestie amongst a certain class of people. Today:

    Birmingham City Council Seeks £5 Billion of Qatari Cash

    Maybe Mr Scott should ask them for some money too.

  118. Snoopy

    Bright Green. Theyre in Sydney too.

    And South Hedland?

  119. Jessie

    Jesse, you would have to live in Alice Springs to understand what is going on there.
    I have (stockman era/welfare and arty aka Canberra public servants and funding++=era/bikies,drugs/installation of NGO artistes lesbians era) and still visit
    Obviously, the local indigenous “council” was pissed of it’s contract was handed over to private enterprise by Bess as they came in cheaper.
    Obviously
    Not the private company or the council have, or will ever, be able to fix town camps.
    Sure, this is the same model used by N Pearson with his Cape schools, how much went in to that ? Gary Johns did a good article in The Australian on that costly experiment.
    They are some of the worst hell holes of violence , and drunkeness and petrol sniffing ,in the world.
    ?Source? Well many are looking forward to seeing and living amongst that level of murder, assault, deaths, rapes and child abuses decreasing. Particularly as Bess Price supported the intervention and now has a job with Zodiac, the new winning tenderers.
    When Erwin reports that the council were reporting the terrible state of affairs that he can’t understand why his competitors for taxpayer funds didn’t knock at the houses first etc,
    I didn’t read that
    the reporter is shaking his head while writing it,
    of course
    and the residence are laughing reading it..
    They wont be down the track I suspect.
    You’d be hard pressed to find a door.
    Yeah, I know that. Maybe Prof Torzillo and his architectural ad other associates (note that Congress Health of similar medical history)will fashion ‘new anti-violence abodes’ as he has documented and had tendered extensively for the Pit Lands.
    This is written for Alice Springs residence.
    Yeah, I get that it was written for the residents. And readers that question. And like blogging their responses.
    Read Chlanda’s stuff on the dam.

  120. Jessie

    correction: proposed dam.

  121. gabrianga

    Latham’s a bit of a tosser. He greatest service to Australia was widely publicising Oakes nickname of “Jabba”. Oakes has never forgiven him for that

    Neither has Jabba

  122. Geriatric Mayfly

    January in Washington DC, but what’s the bet it will be the hottest Inauguration Day evah? After adjustments are factored in.

  123. Snoopy

    Ah, Qatar is everyone’s bestie amongst a certain class of people.

    Is the LDP a “certain class of people”?

  124. srr

    And another bit of huge news, that Dot so loyally looked for nothing point with which to divert attention away –

    Last week, Schweizer, who predicted the Clinton Foundation’s implosion, called the Clinton Global Initiative’s shutdown a “remarkable event.”

    “Because let’s face it,” Schweizer said this week on Breitbart News Daily, “what we talked about has been confirmed by the Podesta emails, it’s been confirmed by these events: if they can’t sell access to political power, they just don’t have a product. …

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/01/18/clinton-cash-breitbart-news-and-the-narratives-that-led-to-the-clinton-foundations-demise/

    But then, the Podesta emails are about more than selling political access, and it’s that ‘more,’ becoming common knowledge, that’s really scaring the shit out of the UN’s professional propagandists around the world.

  125. calli

    I’m loving this match. No grunting.

  126. Snoopy

    Palaszczuk threatens to whip her transport minister with an ostrich feather if Monday’s train service is a shambles.

    I’m not sure that will work. On the contrary…………..

  127. Tel

    From Krugman:

    So here we go: providing health care to those previously denied it is, necessarily, a matter of redistributing from the lucky to the unlucky. And, of course, reversing a policy that expanded health care is redistribution in reverse. You can’t make this reality go away.

    There you go, Krugman himself declares that his own prizewinning was merely a matter of luck, and thus meaningless in terms of knowledge, skill or hard work. Not a whole lot different to winning the lottery or a raffle at the local pub.

    Paul Krugman, winner of the not particularly prestigious chook raffle prize.

  128. Cohenite;

    Renewables cannot power an electrified transport system at the current level of demand and reliability.

    Seeing as it is supposed to be solar elecktrickery, wot ‘appens at night, eh?

  129. calli

    Bother. They’re grunting. Erk.

  130. gabrianga

    One not to miss.

    Sequel to Gore’s “Inconvenient Truth”

    Cue Flannery ?

  131. test pattern

    Bill Mitchell Jan 19

    ‘The teenage labour market went backwards in December with significant further full-time job losses.

    The teenage labour market remains in a poor state and requires urgent policy intervention.’

    Not that Lib or Lab give a shit about youth.

    http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog/?p=35205

  132. egg_

    Just served 190k + which is close to as fast as he’s served all match.

    Playing as fresh as if he’s still in the first set.

  133. Snoopy

    The ANZ bank is going to be pissed off.

  134. srr

    Stefan Molyneux ‏@StefanMolyneux 12h12 hours ago

    ‘Nice country you’ve got there,
    it would be a shame if something happened to it.“
    #EuropeanUnionMafia

    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/01/18/eu-president-juncker-warns-of-consequences-for-brexit/

  135. srr

    Tommy Robinson ‏@TRobinsonNewEra 42m42 minutes ago

    Man Who Threatened to Kill Trump On His Inauguration Day
    Was Close Family Friend Of The Clintons:

    http://dailym.ai/2jaqL35

  136. Geriatric Mayfly

    Will there be a special transmission line to bring the SJW electrickery from way oop wherever, all the way down to Depot No. 23? And how much of the stuff will be lost en route? Or is it going to fed into ‘general electirckery’ and no one will ever know what is firing up the trams. I for one, would only board a tram that is both clean and green, and says so along with its destination.

  137. .

    srr
    #2267268, posted on January 19, 2017 at 6:39 pm
    But Dot, don’t you and others still have a soft spot of respect for that “dropkick”

    No, they’re two different people. Shut up.

  138. Snoopy

    Here’s another academic clown to laugh at in two years.

    Donald Trump will be a “hopelessly conflicted president” with an unrivalled array of commercial conflicts of interest that threaten to undermine the presidency, according to a leading expert on corporate governance.

    “I doubt he will survive two years. It could be months,” Professor Thomas Clarke, director of the Key University Research Centre on Corporate Governance at UTS, told the ABC.

  139. Jessie

    test pattern @7.01
    Correct

    Also I read some of your links from a previous blog. And some further.

    Shark Bay had a much different operation to other pearling operations.
    A v large thesis pdf is avail here
    Wilyah Miah – archaeological but discusses much historical and political.

    I could find very little in regard to slavery per se. Murders, retributive capture and killings and so forth. Since police were far and few, and trackers were ex-murderers sent back from Rottnest etc and known to be even further cunning after this incarceration, in spite of pay I am still mulling over the collection of early media reports.
    Charles Duguid obviously used the UK Anti-Slavery mob in the 1930s, and Kerin has a quite good PhD on him and his endeavours and mis-endeavours.
    Trove didn’t pull up much, a response perhaps to your listing in that ridiculous 34pge table of early media reports from the top of WA. Or those that were reported.
    Police Occurrence books are not available online, unfortunately.
    Dr Bob Day’s website was interesting. His thesis on fringe dwellers and work on Larrakia kinships/genealogies was illuminating. also his consultancy work.

    I post this for your and your colleagues interest as I note you are interested in many aspects of historical recordings
    1. Australian Aboriginal Cannibalism. An eyewitness account
    2. Some Notes on Cannibalism Among Queensland Aborigines 1824-1900

  140. srr

    I won’t bother linking today’s Michael Savage show, as it’s just too free wheeling for talking point bomb chuckers to follow, but this bit of Putin talking about back then, is fun 😉 –

    Tommy Robinson Retweeted
    tom alex ‏@rejialex7 17h17 hours ago

    Putin talking about @realDonaldTrump ‘ about hacking’+ fake news
    says media & Obama’s people morally worse than prostitutes.

    https://twitter.com/rejialex7/status/821736224977199106

  141. memoryvault

    New episodes of “Midsomer Murders” and “Vikings” now uploaded.
    Gunna be a great night’s entertainment.

    “Blindspot”, “Lucifer” and “Elementary” will just have to wait.

  142. .

    Last week, Schweizer, who predicted the Clinton Foundation’s implosion

    Not quite an implosion and Bill and Hillary together excluding foundation monies are worth over 100 mn USD.

    They’re going to stick around like a bad smell.

  143. Senile Old Guy

    The Guardian, which has campaigned relentless on AGW, discovers an inconvenient side effect:

    There are now more than 2.3 million families living in fuel poverty in England – that’s the equivalent of 10% of all households.

    Opponents of AGW predicted exactly this.

  144. test pattern

    ‘The teenage labour market went backwards in December with significant further full-time job losses.

    The teenage labour market remains in a poor state and requires urgent policy intervention.’

    Bill Mitchell today. Not that Lib or Lab give a shit about youth.

    http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog/?p=35205

  145. Huck

    From the OT

    egg_
    #2267216, posted on January 19, 2017 at 6:07 pm
    Begjigglin her way through the warm-up

    Like the Trivago lass?

    mmmmmmmmm, Trivago lass.

  146. Jessie

    correction for struth

    the lesbian colony, of which I can’t recall the special name/term for this group, were women that would have nothing to do with men. ie no male tradies, no males in any aspects of daily living and bartering……….. perhaps they had bicycles?
    They began colonisation in the late 1980s of Alice Springs and various govt funded NGO and public servant types since.
    I have no idea now what they may or may not have morphed into.

  147. cohenite

    Baldrick

    #2267284, posted on January 19, 2017 at 6:56 pm

    Yesterday Victorian Multicultural Affairs Minister Robin Scott revealed the image would be removed after the company behind the advertisement, QMS, received threats.

    Say no more:
    QMS in Australia is part of a joint venture backed by Doha-based Qatar Media Services which also holds global advertising rights to the Al Jazeera pay TV news network.

    It’s gonna be a big year for the march of islam and this female is going to feature. What miriam veiszadeh says about aboriginal dignity and the use of the 2 marriageable age muslim girls in front of the Australian flag is interesting. Firstly the use of the muslim girls was not meant as an insult to aboriginals and secondly the girls were not willing participants in the Australia Day advertising.

  148. Jessie

    I’m loving this match. No grunting.

    Just squeals from the crowd

  149. .

    Britain gears up for cheap and abundant power:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-37369786

    3200 MW new nuke reactor.

    Looks like it will power about 10% of the UK.

  150. test pattern

    Jessie

    Cannibalism. What’s that gotta do with slavery in the Murchison Gascoyne and Pilbara? At least you’re consistent. Full of shit.

    My quotes were extracted from

    acc 639 an5/sharks Bay 64 1894-99 Police Letter Book
    acc 639 an5/Sharks Bay 1912-27 Letter Book
    659 an5/Shark Bay 15 1915-19 Police Occurence Book
    acc 639 an5 Shark Bay 13 1910-12
    acc 639 an5/Sharks Bay 63 1885-96

    There is a lot. Volu-lu-luminous.

  151. .

    Can anyone else look at these, testpattern?

  152. Bruce of Newcastle

    Professor Thomas Clarke

    This Prof Clarke?

    1983 University of Warwick, UK, Doctor of Philosophy
    1972 University of Warwick, UK, Master of Arts in Industrial Relations
    1971 Birmingham University, UK, Bachelor of Social Science

    His bio is impressively impressive!

    Thomas Clarke

    His PhD thesis:

    Clarke, Thomas (1983) Producer co-operatives in market systems : a case study of the Scottish Daily News in the context of the political economy of the press. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.

    Rivetting!
    I have this very strange feeling that he might consider Karl Marx rather too right wing.

  153. Bruce of Newcastle

    I love how a far-lefty is Prof of Management and teaches corporate governance in the UTS Business School. The march through institutions is getting quite baroque.

  154. srr

    Tommy Robinson Retweeted
    The Rebel ‏@TheRebelTV Jan 17

    EXCLUSIVE report by @FaithGoldy:
    Syrian Refugee School Sex Attack —

    http://www.therebel.media/exclusive_syrian_refugee_school_sex_attack … | #cdnpoli #tcot #NBpoli
    ____________

    Watch it to the end, and then ask –
    Where’s our Tommy Robinson, where’s our Rebel Media, where’s our Faith Goldy … ? … and why is championing Textor and Crosby (and Co), and Turnbull, and Qatar, and the Clinton’s et al, so much more important than championing our champions, who are out there … even in our face …

  155. srr

    Tommy Robinson Retweeted
    The Spectator ‏@spectator 20h20 hours ago

    Unlike Angela Merkel, Donald Trump understands the Islamist threat to the West,
    says Gavin Mortimer

    http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2017/01/unlike-merkel-trump-understands-islamist-threat-west/

  156. Cradock's Choice

    m0nty
    #2267141, posted on January 19, 2017 at 4:51 pm
    The thing Trump proved in relation to Buchanan is that people like Buchanan can be completely ignored, even within their own coalition, because the foot soldiers of the religious right will vote for an adulterous fraudster with no regard for Christian morality just because there’s an (R) after his name. The religious right is finished as an elite political force on its own, it’s just another flavour of tribalist Republican now with no mind needing to be paid to their immediate concerns.

    I wonder which recreational chemical is responsible for this gibberish.

  157. Fleeced

    So apparently, some psychologists suggest masturbation breaks at work.

    Honestly, that could be a real news article or satire – I have no way of telling anymore. I really don’t know.

  158. Bloody hell, are we going to be subjected to 17 tweets per day from “Tommy Robinson”, a.k.a. Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, a violent criminal anarchist thug who has suffered far too many blows to the noggin? Not sure if that’s better than the ne’er-do-wells that are USSR’s usual fare.

  159. memoryvault

    I have this very strange feeling that he might
    consider Karl Marx rather too right wing.

    What an inspiring story, Bruce.
    If only we could somehow gift the ABC to the wukkas in similar manner.

  160. srr

    Tommy Robinson ‏@TRobinsonNewEra 21h21 hours ago

    Muslim Family Arrested For Keeping White Couple As SLAVES — Media Silent
    http://madworldnews.com/muslim-family-white-slaves/
    ..
    Migrants converting to Christianity in Germany
    misquoted in court by Muslim translators to get them deported

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4131234/amp/Migrants-converting-Christianity-Germany-misquoted.html

  161. Ragu

    Aaron Rodgers is the GOAT.

    No way.

    Montana, Merino and Favre would surely top the list

  162. .

    So apparently, some psychologists suggest masturbation breaks at work.

    Maybe if you are Terry Richardson.

  163. .

    Watch the game again.

    The last few passes he made were understately easy (for him).

  164. Ragu

    Rodgers made similar last year. He is a great post-season player but he sure as shit struggled at the start of this year.

    So no, he isn’t a GOAT.

  165. .

    You don’t win Superbowls or NFC titles in Week 1.

  166. srr

    Fuck You C – – T.

    m0nty
    #2267358, posted on January 19, 2017 at 8:04 pm
    Bloody hell, are we going to be subjected to 17 tweets per day from “Tommy Robinson”, a.k.a. Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, a violent criminal anarchist thug who has suffered far too many blows to the noggin? Not sure if that’s better than the ne’er-do-wells that are USSR’s usual fare.

    You Are FREE to scroll past any and all news that hurts you feelz, little brain or Team that Funds you … for now … you Are also FREE to bitch about what your Team has no counter argument to … for now … and we sane and humane human beings Are FREE to note every single one of You C – – T’S beavering and white anting away to try to end those Freedoms.

  167. Zulu Kilo Die Onuitspeeklike

    So apparently, some psychologists suggest masturbation breaks at work.

    Recognition of the fact that today’s workplace is full of wankers?

  168. .

    SRR

    The BBC reported that on 11 Jan 2017. Aren’t they part of the Soros cabal?

  169. Dr Fred Lenin

    Is baird doing what career pollies do when they get the word that the stuff is about to hit the fan ? “I wish to spend more time with my family ” , . The timeless lawtrade excuse for getting out before dodging the bullets . Career pollies are shit ! Remember keating wanting to do that ? Then the wife pissed him off ,and I have never heard of him being close to his kids . ,which of course shows they gave a good sense of reading people .

  170. srr

    Read it and weep be extremely Pro-Active –

    Bella Sassin ‏@BellaSassin 22h22 hours ago
    Tommy Robinson describes what happened to his cousin Jeannette. (1/2)

    https://twitter.com/BellaSassin/status/821681819389136896

    Tommy Robinson describes what happened to his cousin Jeannette. (2/2)

    https://twitter.com/BellaSassin/status/821681724711170048

  171. Tom

    I asked USSR to provide a list of “Real News” that the Cat had banned. Over six hours later after 6pm, he responded with this:

    Bit bloody hard when it gets banned, you lying sack of shit sorry, I was being too respectful, you professional propagandist … or were you just genuinely too stupid to figure that bit out

    Somewhat telling to, is how much of it is also banned by Facebook and Twitter, unlike all those postings on how to be murderous bloody Jihadi, or promoting infanticide as every woman’s right to some wonderful sacrament, or why the head of Nazi propaganda (who’s name is also banned here), has to be respected for his skill at propaganda, or … … but hey, at least you can now call MSM, AND respected independent investigative journalists, ‘lying paranoid fabulist lunatics’ [the term I had assigned to USSR], seeing as they finally came out and showed how the internet is manipulated to ban, shadow ban, bury and in all manner of clever ways, feed the majority of unaware people completely false narratives as the common consensus of beliefs.

    You know, exactly what all the netheads attacked me for mentioning years ago, and built so many of their other desperate smears on.

    So, after another spray of incoherent gibberish, the only thing USSR can come up with that’s banned at the Cat are the name Gooballs and the word for Joos — both as a result of an attack on this site by an anti-Semitic troll, which our village idiot well knows.

    You’d think USSR would have enough IQ to separate him from the interbred hillbillies of Islam to understand that all except the Cat’s trolls are on his side politically, including me.

    But USSR is so stupid he might as well have been spawned in the back of a Toyota gunship in Raqqah.

    Do you understand now, USSR, why you’re regarded as the Cat’s paranoid simpleton?

    Just keep pumping out those links which, in spite of your intellectual disability, are mostly excellent. And take yourself off soon to the Bendigo TAFE for an advanced course in Enemy Recognition 101.

  172. Bruce of Newcastle

    Is baird doing what career pollies do when they get the word that the stuff is about to hit the fan ? “I wish to spend more time with my family ”

    It sounds to me like Mrs Baird has stomped her foot meaningfully.
    Their family is in a bad period, and they have three teenagers too.
    That is a lot to cope with, and being Premier is a 16 hour a day job.

  173. Notafan

    Today’s thread seems to be remarkably similar to the last one i read a couple of weeks ago.

    Spain’s feverent commitment to renewables is astounding. I’m in a smaller rural town in the south west and it seems wood fires are de rigeur.

    Though a lot of the 19th century houses seem to be vacant and the school across the road has closed down.

    Perhaps public housing on the plains is a better option.

    Not much wind but a few fields of solar panels and everyone has induction stovetops.

    Minority government by the centre right here.


    And a ‘sun tax’ on self consumption

  174. srr

    .[Dot]
    #2267378, posted on January 19, 2017 at 8:22 pm
    SRR

    The BBC reported that on 11 Jan 2017. Aren’t they part of the Soros cabal?

    On what, precisely, you non/selective/mis-quoting, verballing, word and meaning twisting, lying speck of fly shit?

    And, do you really want a feature on the how and why of TheirBBC/ABC/UN Media, editting and cutting the biggest news to a para or few of Muslim Apologetics … you filthy, diseased ‘front bottom’.

  175. You’re a real charmer, USSR. Such biting wit and clever turn of phrase.

  176. Ragu

    You don’t win Superbowls or NFC titles in Week 1.

    conference games count from week 1.

    If Green Bay dropped one extra game it would have been Detroit in the post season and GB fighting it out in the wild card round.

  177. .

    Hey Nota,

    Did you see the UK is putting a new 3200 MW nuke reactor in SW England?

    Not everyone has gone mad yet.

  178. Rev. Archibald

    What is with all the Goddamn John Cussack movies on lately?
    Is John Cussack the most boring and insipid actor of his generation?

  179. Rev. Archibald

    What is with all the Goddamn John Cussack movies on lately?
    Is John Cussack the most boring and insipid actor of his generation?

  180. .

    srr
    #2267385, posted on January 19, 2017 at 8:36 pm
    .[Dot]
    #2267378, posted on January 19, 2017 at 8:22 pm
    SRR

    The BBC reported that on 11 Jan 2017. Aren’t they part of the Soros cabal?

    On what, precisely, you non/selective/mis-quoting, verballing, word and meaning twisting, lying speck of fly shit?

    And, do you really want a feature on the how and why of TheirBBC/ABC/UN Media, editting and cutting the biggest news to a para or few of Muslim Apologetics … you filthy, diseased ‘front bottom’.

    Your source linked to the BBC. Please tell me how this is dishonest. Your (spittle-flecked) opening sentence is actually just gibberish, SRR.

    Maybe time to give blogging a rest for a while.

    Hell, even the second sentence barely qualifies as intelligible written English.

  181. Hydra

    That is a lot to cope with, and being Premier is a 16 hour a day job.

    It wouldn’t be if we limited the power of government.

  182. cohenite

    front bottom’

    WTF is going on.

  183. Geriatric Mayfly

    January 19 1959 [Paris]
    The evening finished with a blond lady (French) pounding the piano and everyone getting a trifle ‘high.’ Princess Sixte de Bourbon was definitely shocked when the Duke [of Windsor] and I danced a sailor’s hornpipe and the Charleston, but there was no harm in it, perhaps a little sadness and nostalgia for him and for me a curious feeling of detached amusement, remembering how beastly he had been to me and about me in our earlier years when he was Prince of Wales and I was beginning. Had he danced the Charleston and hornpipe with me then it would have been an accolade to cherish. As it was, it looked only faintly ridiculous to see us skipping about with a will. The Princess needn’t have been shocked, it was merely pleasantly ridiculous. Noël Coward

  184. Habib

    That is a lot to cope with, and being Premier is a 16 hour a day job.

    Only if you’re shit at it, are pushing government further into areas that’re none of its business, and if doing so can’t even delegate stupidity. Only thing that’s a bigger doddle/sheltered workshop is local government.

  185. Frank

    So apparently, some psychologists suggest masturbation breaks at work.

    This makes you wonder about what is streaming onto mobiles when people have a toilet break.

  186. Tom

    ‘front bottom’

    WTF is going on.

    On top of his many other psychiatric disorders, USSR is a pig who despises wymminses.

  187. Tintarella di Luna

    Only thing that’s a bigger doddle/sheltered workshop is local government.

    And Baird was gonna do something about that too, which was another plank of the fascist’s platform.

  188. P

    At 11:19am this morning during my morning tea (peeled and sliced plums with fresh beaten cream) I came across this from srr:

    … I’m biting my tongue now … and spitting the blood in your general direction

    and now sipping my Cape Mentelle, this at 8:36pm

    ‘front bottom’

  189. Just keep pumping out those links which, in spite of your intellectual disability, are mostly excellent.

    So Tom, your thesis is that USSR is insane and/or mentally retarded, but you agree with all of his politics and just wish he would go away so you could do the job he is doing better than you ever did. Hmm.

  190. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    In desperation for distraction between sleeps and doses of pills I watched ‘Land of the Midnight Sun’ on Foxtel BBC Channel. It was really good and highly recommended. Typical BBC type, but OK, who enjoys outdoors and skiing is travelling around the Arctic circle in winter. No mention of climate change or political stuff; just lots of glorious snowy scenery, magnificent skies and the northern lights as he bivouacs in the snow with two Danish soldiers, part of a small contingent who maintain Danish sovereignty claims over the wide area of Greenland. They travel by dog sled, and our guy has to hang on to the back of the sled using cross country ski’s. He is about as hopeless at his first two tries as I was on snowshoes, so I was greatly heartened.

    He also went to where we went in Iceland, the place where the two continental plates are drifting apart with a big gap, all snowed up at this time of year but still an obvious rift. Tomcats may enjoy seeing how he was defeated in an old Viking trial of strength wrestling game by Iceland’s champion, a sexy and quite slight lass who, when she had a grip on his belt (they both wear special belts) tipped him over with a slight flick of the wrist or well aimed foot trip. In the old days they fought that game to the death, trying to knock each other out on rocks as they fell. This was a repeat, it’s on Weds at 8ish.

    I have decided I love snow and Nordic lands. More please, I tell Hairy; Alaska and Greenland look nice. Except he can’t hear what I am saying because I can only squeak. So against rules, I’m telling you lot. 🙂

  191. Gab

    The scum in Victoria gets even scummier.

    DOCTORS will have the power to treat students as young as 12 in schools even if parents refuse their consent.

    GPs will consult at 100 Victoria high schools for up to one day a week as part of a $43.8 million program.

    Guidelines released on Thursday show that even if a parent “expressly states” that a doctor should not [see] their child, the GP can if they deem the teen mature enough.

    “Any student who wants to see the GP will be permitted to make an appointment,” the policy said.

    “The GP will decide if the young person is mature enough to provide consent to any medical treatment for the prevailing issue.”

    “You want an abortion, little miss 12 year-old? Sure, no problem. No need to involve your parents.”

    “Gender reassignment surgery? Go ahead, you’re 12, you’re mature to know your mind.”

    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/victoria/concerns-over-gps-treating-students-in-victorian-schools-without-parental-consent/news-story/922497313029583d087fdb8e660540fe

  192. Tintarella di Luna

    I have decided I love snow and Nordic lands

    As long as you do the travelogues in colour Lizzie.

  193. Gab

    Seriously, what is it with Dan Andrews and his penchant for interfering with children?

  194. testpattern

    ‘Can anyone look at these tp’

    Sure. $300 an hour and per diems. My travel expenses are quite parliamentary.

    The police archives are a goldmine. Every mention of an indig death where the deceased was buried acc to trad ceremony at a certain place helps establish custodianship and cultural continuity for native title claimants.

    Re slavery I’ve quoted from just two sources ie Bligh’s eyewitness account of prospecting and pearling in the pilbara circa 1890s and the police archives for shark bay.

    Bligh notes that when he arrived at Cossack the police would challenge every person after 9.30pm with ‘free or bond’ and demand proof. He proceeds to explain that when the young indig men on the coast had all died diving more had to be obtained with expeditions inland. They were captured and chained, taken to Cossack and roebourne, put to work in a chain gang on roadwork until indentured to stations and luggers by being compelled to sign a milly milly agreement from which they couldn’t withdraw. When they escaped from this slavery they were hunted down and returned in chains.

    The shark bay archives show that these escapees from indenture were regarded by police as criminals to be hunted down and returned to their masters service. A community of escapees gathered at Flint cliff. The police couldn’t get them because their boat could be seen and the fugitives would disperse 20-30 miles inland where police were reluctant to follow. Djangos unchained. I’m interested in this community of escaped slaves at Flint cliffs.

    I may pitch it to quentin.

  195. Tom

    You are doing well, Monty, considering your disability, which is far more severe than USSR’s.

    I still haven’t seen Ruby pix. Please post links on Twitter.

  196. Tintarella di Luna

    Seriously, what is it with Dan Andrews and his penchant for interfering with children?

    I seen it reported he’s a devout Catholic. But that seems too convenient.

  197. I posted one already, Tom. Your stalking skills are rusty.

  198. Gab

    I posted one already

    Yep, saw that. Chubby little cheeks and cute as! I reckon she’ll have red hair.

  199. I see Trump is going to take the weekend off after the day of the inauguration. Meanwhile, he’s got 28 nominations for 690 Senate-confirmable jobs so far. Grover Norquist will be pleased. Also Putin, he’ll probably annex a couple of Baltic states next week. It’s Dubbya all over again, worse this time because at least Dubbya was asleep at the wheel whereas Trump doesn’t even know there’s a wheel.

  200. Snoopy

    Stratco has electronic lock three-gun safes on sale at $149.

    /Spacechoook

  201. Yep, saw that. Chubby little cheeks and cute as! I reckon she’ll have red hair.

    Her older brother had what I frequently called the chubbiest cheeks in Christendom. She could outdo him.

  202. Fleeced

    Do you reckon Mexico would pay for the wall if Trump threw in California as part of the deal?

  203. Tom

    I reckon she’ll have red hair.

    I have a horrible premonition of a fatty trying to hit a golf ball in the backblocks of Perth. I’ll try to erase the idea from my mind.

  204. Gab

    As of December 29th, 2016, the number of days the Golfer-In-Chief (#GOLFTUS) has golfed is somewhere over…
    306 days.

    http://obamagolfcounter.com/

  205. cohenite

    areff

    #2267427, posted on January 19, 2017 at 9:20 pm

    Law & Order casts Trump as the villain.

    What happened to all those women alleging sexual molestation by Trump?

    I have no problem with progressive tv sliming Trump; he can handle it. Obama was well and truly dealt with in Kingsmen.

  206. Fleeced

    Law and Order used to be a good show. The SVU eps got a bit too down, though – and then may as well have been renamed “Law and Order: All Men Are Bastards”. Meanwhile, the other L&O series became increasingly political with not-so-subtle digs at conservatives (with college-level talking points).

    Haven’t watched it in years – but it looks like it’s actually gotten worse.

  207. Boambee John

    Give California to Mexico, but retain San Diego, 29 Palms and Vandenberg as Sovereign Base Areas (see UK in Cyprus).

  208. custard

    Does anyone have the list of the PHON candidates for WA?

  209. Infidel Tiger

    The best thing Trump could do is not fill any of the positions; Small government.

  210. Note how it was 96 days after inauguration until Obama’s first golf game (January 20 of 2009 to 26 April). And his first 12 games over the course of the next four months of his presidency were all at golf courses at military bases, not on holidays. Trump’s going to spend more time putting golf balls on his carpet in Trump Tower than in the Oval Office at this rate.

  211. Zulu Kilo Die Onuitspeeklike

    Does anyone have the list of the PHON candidates for WA?

    Has the list been released?

  212. C.L.

    Seriously, what is it with Dan Andrews and his penchant for interfering with children?

    I don’t call his government the first rockspider government in world history for nothing.

  213. testpattern

    Bill Mitchell, today

    ‘The teenage labour market went backwards in dec with signs of further full time job losses. The teenage labour market remains in a poor state and requires urgent policy intervention.’

    Not that lib or lab give a shit about australian youth.

    http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog/?p=35205

  214. Carpe Jugulum

    Her older brother had what I frequently called the chubbiest cheeks in Christendom. She could outdo him.

    From my wife to you kawaii akachan Monti sama (that’s a good thing).

    A new baby, well done Sir, enjoy the time until she is 15, then hold on to your hat.

  215. H B Bear

    Seriously, what is it with Dan Andrews and his penchant for interfering with children?

    ALP policy.

  216. custard

    Apparently a list was given to the FMIC but I can’t find it anywhere.

  217. Carpe Jugulum

    his photo explains it, weird creepy dude

    Need i say more.

  218. Carpe Jugulum

    I don’t call his government the first rockspider government in world history for nothing.

    My above comment was in regard to this from CL

  219. Leigh Lowe

    Accidentally caught the first 20 seconds of Da Project tonight before I did a rolling dive over the couch to get to the remote.
    Squalid Wally launches into Kyrgios, listing a series of shitty qualities attributable to Nick and then poses the question … “Is he the Donald Trump of tennis?”
    FFS!
    Really?
    But since you asked, Squalid, there is no comparison.
    The Donald is a WINNER!!!

  220. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    Notafan, good to hear from you. Tell us more about Spain’s drinking the Climate KoolAid.
    They sound thoroughly subjugated, but surely there is resistance too?

  221. Tintarella di Luna

    his photo explains it, weird creepy dude

    Need i say more.

    That caused a cold shiver and an involuntary errrrccchggh

  222. Empire GTHO Phase III

    I see Trump is going to take the weekend off after the day of the inauguration. Meanwhile, he’s got 28 nominations for 690 Senate-confirmable jobs so far. Grover Norquist will be pleased. Also Putin, he’ll probably annex a couple of Baltic states next week. It’s Dubbya all over again, worse this time because at least Dubbya was asleep at the wheel whereas Trump doesn’t even know there’s a wheel.

    As at 29 December 2016 Barry had played golf on 306 days (one in every ten) during his presidency. You are a clown.

    Less than 20 hours until the codes get handed over. Let’s see how the lecherous leaders of the left direct their lackeys.

  223. Tintarella di Luna

    The Donald is a WINNER!!!

    But Squaleeed wouldn’t ever recognise a winner when everything is view through his loser prism.

  224. Leigh Lowe

    It sounds to me like Mrs Baird has stomped her foot meaningfully.
    Their family is in a bad period, and they have three teenagers too.

    Maybe the moron has been running his family the way he ran the state.

  225. Snoopy

    Expenditure claimed by Federal politicians January 1 to June 30, 2015.

    Members are listed in the drop down menu in rank order of expenditure. Hours of fun awaits.

    Adam Bandit appears to be particularly venal for a nonentity.

  226. Empire GTHO Phase III

    Nice pick up Zip, but it was for monty.

  227. C.L.

    Maybe the moron has been running his family the way he ran the state.

    Banned ice-cream after 8pm and abolished the dog.

  228. Infidel Tiger

    That complete moron and narcissist Paulin Hanson has launched her campaign in WA by opposing the Roe 8 extension and the privatisation of Western Power. What a foul beast she is.

  229. Gab

    Hahahaha. Monty and his predictions! Hilarious.

  230. Infidel Tiger

    Note how it was 96 days after inauguration until Obama’s first golf game (January 20 of 2009 to 26 April). And his first 12 games over the course of the next four months of his presidency were all at golf courses at military bases, not on holidays. Trump’s going to spend more time putting golf balls on his carpet in Trump Tower than in the Oval Office at this rate.

    The Presidency is actually a part time job and barely significant except for ceremonial reasons. Let them play golf I say. Better that than the alternative.

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