Wednesday Forum: April 19, 2017

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  1. cynical1

    I love Switzerland because it’s so rich yet bereft of important resources.

    I dunno.

    When you can sell stainless steel diving watches at @ 10K a pop to every pimp, drug dealer and
    people who can’t even swim, it soon adds up…

  2. vr

    The talk by Ann Coulter at Berkeley is back on.

  3. struth

    Paris was the most visited city in the world.
    French tourism is dying.
    French people are dying.
    Why do we need one mussie?
    Why?
    Why are they a priority import?
    Why?
    We don’t need a single mussie.
    It is the work of traitors from within as our Roman points out above.
    I don’t want the argument on immigration to be why mussies should be banned.
    I want to know why they were ever necessary in the first place?

    We would be a million times better for having none.
    The answer of course is it is the work

  4. struth

    Forget the last line it wasn’t meant to be there

  5. Gab

    Belgium: The deployment of soldiers in the streets has already cost more than 100 million euros.

    that can’t be right – leaders have assured us we are going to live life as usual, no changes necessary because of terrorism. Pfft.

  6. struth

    I was still half asleep with the last comment.

    Put more simple, when it comes to immigration the question shouldn’t be why to ban certain groups, it should be what is the benefit to Australia with every individual.

    Based on that line of thinking we would never have the problem we have now.
    There is no value and an inherent security and public safety problem that should disqualify Muslims straight away.
    The obvious risk far outweighs any benefit that individual brings with them.
    Those skills that said mussie may have can be found in others who don’t bring the death cult with them.
    Our globalist traitors in immigration and government hold the belief that everyone has a right to come here, regardless of religion.
    This is nothing but hard core, traitorous left wing lies.
    Even if they truly believed it, which they don’t, they don’t practice it.

    Try being a right wing Christian male from the states getting into Australia.
    I’ve known Canadians to give up and go home, who dearly wanted citizenship and were in good work.
    It was too hard for them to stay.

    Enough of the lies.
    Their open borders bullshit strangely only applies to western countries.
    They discriminate against certain groups coming to Australia now.
    White, western people.
    We have hypocritical lying left wing traitors pulling down our borders and flooding western countries with people openly at war with the west.

    I am not arguing anymore for a ban on Muslims.
    The reasons are blindingly fucking obvious.
    I want those arseholes still defending their right to entry to argue why we need a single mussie.

  7. srr

    Stimpson J. Cat
    #2360033, posted on April 21, 2017 at 1:06 am

    I love Switzerland because it’s so rich yet bereft of important resources.

    Lies.
    It’s all that Nazi gold.

    Get it right Stimpson, it’s all that J e w gold the Nazi’s stole. 😉

    P.S. never trust anyone who has to sneak into Switzerland to ‘visit’ their SBA and sneak out again … especially if they really, really hate J e w s

  8. 2dogs

    I wonder if this tactic would work for the Human Rights Commission?

    I’m thinking the Pilbara might be a good choice.

  9. Tailgunner

    Good work,Zipster.

  10. Snoopy

    Paris. Two lone wolves.

  11. Baldrick

    Paris. Two lone wolves. With identical mental health issues.

  12. Top Ender

    Last para of a Richo column in the Oz on Abbott:

    If Turnbull wants any kind of future, he must find room in the cabinet for Abbott. I don’t really care how much they hate each other. I watched the Bob Hawke-Paul Keating relationship for many years at close range. They could not stand a bar of each other but they worked together with considerable distinction. They brought about an awakening in a slow-moving, outdated and insular economy. John Howard and Peter Costello loathed each other but for the first eight years were very effective and the introduction of the GST was a huge boost for economic reform. The level of hostility between these two senior government members had to be seen to be believed.

    If it’s wanted, I can post the whole thing.

  13. struth

    Also, 2 dogs, right at the end of that article you get the truth about relocations.
    All the public servants that don’t move to Armidale will be found employment in the public service in another department.
    So you end up with the growth of government.

    Pork barrelling the public service into your area is not the best outcome for Australia at all.
    Reducing the size of government is the only option.

    Notafan doesn’t see socialism as anything other than centralised government.

    Everyone sucking on the taxpayers teat is not socialism in her mind.

    Spreading government departments around increases the size of government, changes voting patterns and entire cultures of areas, causes increased and widespread corporatism.

    (by corporatism, I mean doing business with government and getting said bureaucracies to make regulations for their favourite businesses, …..corruption)

    The more performance is not an indicator of success, as much as a government contract, of course performance levels drop, our competitiveness drops and the whole thing is in the downward slide that we now see.

    Despite this, Notafan lives in Melbourne and is therefore unaware, it seems, that the majority of country towns or larger rural centres are already predominantly government welfare shitholes because of this practice.
    Most of the country, be it city or country, is on welfare or employed by the government directly or indirectly……………….socialism.
    It’s not just a Canberra thing.

  14. Anne

    Pompeo, Comey and other spies meeting in New Zealand?

    What’s the bet there’s a surreptious sidearm to Antarctica!

  15. John Comnenus

    We should continue to import Muslims until we have as many terrorist suspects as we do in the security forces. I mean it’s only fair and we wouldn’t want to be disproportionate and we certainly wouldn’t want to discriminate. Until then we should continue vowing Islamic terrorists will never change our way of life or values as we feel the need to legislate to ensure that immigrants understand that our values don’t include beating the wife, child marriage or female genital mutilation. Yep, they’ll never change our way of life, just like France won’t change even though it is in a nascent state of civil war with Islamic terrorists. The only thing that we won’t change under any circumstances is the official explanation that we have nothing to fear from Islam. Like France, this line will continue well past the time we are in an actual civil war.

    France is fucked – well on the way to destruction through mass immigration and Leftist indoctrination. It will not survive and it will go broke under the strain of mass migration of Islamic hordes. I have noticed in the last two years or so our workplace seems to be getting as many French immigrants as South African ones. The native French are fleeing no doubt to import their left wing pro Islamic immigration and socialist indoctrination into Australia.

  16. John Comnenus

    Should have been until we have as many terrorist suspects as we have members if the security forces. My sarcasm was going overboard.

  17. struth

    Pompeo, Comey and other spies meeting in New Zealand?

    One of the most beautiful places on earth Queenstown.

    These pricks never pick Dubbo.

  18. Tailgunner

    One of the most beautiful places on earth Queenstown.

    +1

  19. Stimpson J. Cat

    With identical mental health issues.

    Get f*cked it is way to early to tell how dare you etc etc….

  20. Tailgunner

    These pricks never pick Dubbo.

    Or Walgett!

  21. Rabz

    Oh frabjous day – the Green Windbag of Wentworth’s wonderful new immigration changes will see the annual immigration rate “slashed” to a mere 160,000 per year.

    Via the Daiky Telepgraph.

  22. Andrew

    Belgium: The deployment of soldiers in the streets has already cost more than 100 million euros.

    That’s not a “cost” – it’s an “investment” in fiscal stimulus. Think of it as a broken window stimulus without the inconvenience and OHS risk of actually breaking all that glass.

  23. Senile Old Guy

    All the public servants that don’t move to Armidale will be found employment in the public service in another department.
    So you end up with the growth of government.

    Thank you. So not only will this utterly pointless move cost $25 million but it will also increase the size of government.

  24. Rabz

    This is incredible. I bet it is happening on a gargantuan scale. I also bet a lot of these “empty restaurants” people have been talking about, are actually fronts for visa fraud.

    We really need to shut down immigration completely, and start from scratch, otherwise we are just importing corruption and corrupt mindsets into the country. Shut it down. Now.

    I saw an actual example of this first hand about six weeks ago when I was in Sydney. There’s a bottle shop on Canterbury Rd Hurlstone Park just near a mate’s place. I stopped in there to buy some beers around 8:00pm on a Friday night and it was shut. Immediately thought “what sort of moron shuts a bottle shop at 8:00pm on a Friday night?”.

    Asked my mate about it and he said “Oh, it’s not a real bottle shop, it’s just a front for an Indian immigration racket. It’s hardly ever open.”

    Inexcusable.

  25. Oh frabjous day – the Green Windbag of Wentworth’s wonderful new immigration changes will see the annual immigration rate “slashed” to a mere 160,000 per year.

    Have to keep up the Great Replacement™ or tax revenues will shrink alarmingly.

  26. Baldrick

    Get f*cked it is way to early to tell how dare you etc etc….

    Sorry Stimpy. I should have said a Norwegian with mental health issues.

  27. struth

    No one has an automatic right to enter Australia.
    We have discriminatory immigration now.
    Islam is a terrorist organisation.
    It is at war with the west.
    A mussie may not be a front lines terrorist, but they are part of the terrorist organisation.

    Therefore the risk overrides the benefit.
    There is no benefit to muslim immigration, and not one person will be able to give you one ,that can’t be gained from someone else.

    It is a traitorous act to bring in a muslim.

    If say, you would like your country to be taken over by Nth Korea and you work out a peaceful way to do it, you are still a traitor.

    If you are a traitor to your country and would like it taken over violently, through importing violence, you are an accessory to the violence, and a traitor.
    That is an act of war.
    No less.

    What I am saying here will appear over the top to some.
    Unfortunately it is fact.
    Deal with it.

  28. Rabz

    I was challenged three times by defence lawyers after being allocated in the 12 person jury in seperate criminal trials and never got to sit on a case, thanked by court officers and told my jury duty was done.

    As I left the jury rooms, a rather elderly bailiff confided to me that defence lawyers will often challenge any man wearing a suit and tie as he is probably a right wing reactionary who will argue to convict his client.

    I wouldn’t wish jury service on my worst enemy. As for looking like a white middle aged middle class reactionary, I was hoping to be challenged on that very basis (was wearing a suit and tie) especially as the alleged kidnappers and rapists who were the defendents, were, you guessed it, Indian “students”.

    I was about the only potential juror who was not challenged, had my name drawn out about five people in (out of a pool of around 100) and ended up being made jury foreman for my sins.

    Six days of sheer hell.

  29. There is this amount of corruption because of all the Indians we imported. Our society used to be based largely on trust. That’s out the window now, and when that’s gone, well, you get India if you’re lucky and Africa if you’re not.

    I work with an Indian women who regaled us with a story about selling her house back in India. They basically tried to steal it any way they could. She even said that it was part of the culture there. She was even shocked, having been in Australia for a long time. The perils of an anything goes environment.

  30. Antonin D

    It’s not over the top. We’ve gone way past concern re “over the top”

  31. Notafan

    Hey Struth

    Id appreciate it if you didn’t continue with the socialist line about me.

    It’s a falsehood.

    I said centralization was a hallmark of socialism, not the only thing.

    I mentioned the ACT public service looking after a senior fat cat last night. Great to see that behaviour by the public service exposed for all to see.

    That just exposes them all as maaaaates and helps explain the heel dragging by the department.

    It is you who are on the side of the Canberra comrades, not me.

    Also I prefer facts, not wild conjecture and conspiracy theories.

    Welfare herds and welfare dependancy are not the same as working for government at some level , any job is better than no job. There is nothing wrong with legitimate government work like Bas and tax return processing in Albury ( which in Farrer which has been a safe lnp seat since 1949.)

    Just to repeat, it is you lining up on the side of the bureaucrats, not me. Joyce is dragging them kicking and screaming and even better resigning and you’re claiming that’s terrible Muriel.
    I think its great to watch.

  32. Six days of sheer hell.

    Did the fucker fry?

  33. Mater

    This is incredible. I bet it is happening on a gargantuan scale. I also bet a lot of these “empty restaurants” people have been talking about, are actually fronts for visa fraud.

    Supposed furniture store on the corner of Little Flinders and Market St. Was always open for business but the door was always locked and the shop was never manned. Changed ownership regularly and at VERY precise intervals. The scam is not restricted to Indians. The Middle East characters are also involved.

    No longer there as the building was recently demolished.

  34. struth

    I am immediately taken out from jury duty.

    I look like a slightly thinner version of “Kenny”

  35. calli

    I am excused from jury duty for the duration. My letter “showing cause” was unchallengeable. Which is fortunate for any innocent in the dock.

  36. john constantine

    Once international crime syndicates have opened up their profitable trade in selling access to whole of life Australian taxfunded welfare and medical services, simply closing one loophole won’t kill this trade, they will just move onto the next loophole.

    It is the profit, not the track used to seek it out.

    Their Australian left are an active part of this international crime syndicate, just because the left isn’t paid by direct cash, but in a currency of vastly increased client herds to milk the taxpayer with, and political power through vastly increased welfare branch stacking, doesn’t mean they are not corrupt.

    When did this poor bastard country slip from a mere Kleptocracy to a Corruptocracy?.

    Wait until we have the Sloppy Bill Shorten Foundation running the place like king leopold used to run the Congo.

  37. Rabz

    We need a RC into Telstra.

    There must be people all over Australia who have been traumatised by their dealings with them.

    The opportunity to tell their stories publicly would be like a national catharsis.

    I’m willing to testify. Incidentally, I’m moving tomorrow and am retaining (for the time being) my phone and internet with them. Will be interesting to see how smoothly the switchover goes.

    It will probably be a whole lot smoother than transferring the car rego, for example. FFS, I hate the NSW RTA. Staffed by the most infuriating slothful dullards on this planet, who make the Vogons look like paragons of efficiency and courtesy.

  38. Anne

    Struth 7:44am

    Most of the country, be it city or country, is on welfare or employed by the government directly or indirectly……………….socialism.

    When you think about it, Doctors, Lawyers and Accountants work for the Government too.

    Their “Private Practice” couldn’t survive without Government laws and regulations.

  39. calli

    Stay cool, Nota.

    You haven’t been called a Bolshevik yet! 😃

  40. Stimpson J. Cat

    I am immediately taken out from jury duty.

    Don’t forget to Sieg Heil.
    Works every time.

  41. struth

    Id appreciate it if you didn’t continue with the socialist line about me.

    Welfare herds and welfare dependancy are not the same as working for government at some level , any job is better than no job.

    What?
    What was that?

    By the way, I never called you a socialist.
    I said you have socialist tendencies, as proven above.

  42. Stimpson J. Cat

    Notafan you better not be a Goddamn Commie.

  43. Rabz

    Did the fucker fry?

    Beery, the two (a third skipped the country) that were eventually found guilty and sentenced (of 10 out of 11 charges) are currently guests of the taxpayer at the AMC serving 12 and 8 year sentences respectively. They will be “heading back” to Inja upon release.

  44. Tailgunner

    Macron has just said: “Cette menace fera partie du quotidien des prochaines années ”
    Translation: “This threat will be part of the daily life of the next few years”

    The French Waleed Aly is about to become President of The Republic.
    FME.
    C’mon Front Nationale!

  45. Asked my mate about it and he said “Oh, it’s not a real bottle shop, it’s just a front for an Indian immigration racket. It’s hardly ever open.”

    Inexcusable.

    If they were serious, they would allow people to dob them in. An Indian guy in the servo around the corner said that his days there were numbered because he was a legitimate employee. He’s not there anymore. And I’m betting that they did it out of competitive necessity too. How hard could it be to identify fraud? A servo with no employees? They owner works 20 hour days? Total bullshit.

  46. OneWorldGovernment

    Baldrick
    #2360103, posted on April 21, 2017 at 8:03 am

    Get f*cked it is way to early to tell how dare you etc etc….

    Sorry Stimpy. I should have said a Norwegian with mental health issues.

    Get f*ked about the Norwegians.

    It’s the Swedes that have the mental health issues.

    F*ken mad the lot of them in Sweden.

  47. Tailgunner

    Don’t forget to Sieg Heil.
    Works every time.

    Lol! Or wear a Port Power jumper!

  48. Bear Necessities

    One of the most beautiful places on earth Queenstown.

    Agreed. Some of the best walking treks in the world (In Summer). The Routeburn track I would highly recommend with a party stopover in Queenstown.

  49. Geriatric Mayfly

    Dylan Voller (Mister Voller to you lot) was in the box again yesterday. Struck down he was by a bad case of
    Carmen Lawernceitis as the SC enquired of him details about some of his former exploits. “I can’t remember,” as his standard response went well past eleventy.

  50. struth

    When you think about it, Doctors, Lawyers and Accountants work for the Government too.

    And some more thinking about it brings you to the conclusion that the only people not working for the government are those on welfare and those that are in unnecessary employment in the public service (welfare)
    Until I woke up to myself, (and could afford to change things) half my working week was for the government by way of taxes.

  51. Stimpson J. Cat

    It’s the Swedes that have the mental health issues.

    You f*cking racists!
    Just leave the mental health issues out of it.
    I don’t run around calling Christians, Muslims, Atheists, Buddhists, or Scientologists crazy do I?
    Show some Goddamn respect.

  52. calli

    Macron has just said: “Cette menace fera partie du quotidien des prochaines années ”
    Translation: “This threat will be part of the daily life of the next few years”

    An honest politician. That can’t be right.

    *thinks* No. He’s lying. It will be much longer.

  53. Bear Necessities

    National Lampoon had it wrong. It wasn’t the Dutch it was the Belgians. Close proximity though.

  54. Anne

    One of the most beautiful places on earth Queenstown.

    All of New Zealand is beautiful.

    It’s a shame they too have a Goldman Sachs puppet advancing velvet Fascism as per Agenda 2030.

    Also Globalist Elites are buying up large swathes of New Zealand countryside. Nice and remote in case they accidentally nuke Europe and North America. 😉

  55. Notafan

    I was thinking how our migration policies are turning us from a high trust to a low trust society.

    Last night Dot listed a few examples of corruption, as though Australia must have established itself as a crime free utopia before any other culture could be critized.

    That’s a ridiculously high bar, especially when all he had were cases that involved very very few people.

    What we are seeing now is frauds involving hundreds, possibly thousands of willing participants and billions of dollars defrauded from taxpayers, banks and insurance companies etc.

    These frauds have to involve people on the inside of our institutions and while sometimes they will be people from ‘high trust’ cultures you can bet a lot more is facilitated by people from ‘low trust’ backgrounds.

    If our immigration program is geared to importing low trust migrants then it needs to close down.

    I still have some expectation that our public services can operate in a high trust way, if they can’t it’s already too late.


    Something on high trust low trust societies

  56. srr

    Baldrick
    #2360034, posted on April 21, 2017 at 1:08 am

    I could be persuaded to come back to the Libs if they mean the immigration reform stuff and meaningfully repair the budget.

    You’re obviously easy to please. I won’t be giving them my vote or support under any circumstances.

    ha, well I’m laughing … votes, schmotes, it’s not the political placeholders doing any of this. It’s those men of the type Trump said would make great Presidents, but could never get elected, doing what they need to do to get the elected to start doing what needs doing 🙂 … you know, the type some holier than thou cows wouldn’t spit on if they were on fire 😉 … and the joke would still be on them because they’re the sort of men who choose to walk through hell so the rest of us don’t have to 🙂

  57. Rabz

    Wonderful to see our beloved national “perpetual irritant” Squalid Aly turning his attention to bags he doesn’t like (he’s perfectly happy with bags on moozley bimbos bonces) and is seeking to have them banned. An even nicer touch is that he’s recruited the useful idiot Josh Frydchickenberger to assist with his crusade.

    Just this morning I was thinking about how great it will be to have access to free plastic bags at the supermarket again (I love forcing turtles and dolphins to eat them).

    But nooooo, there won’t be any of that.

    Idiots.

  58. john constantine

    Their bill gates uses the threat of mass die-offs to pressure Britain into tipping heaps of cash into transnational globalism.

    “Scientists are concerned that a new technique, called Crispr, is now so cheap and widely available that amateurs will start experimenting at home, or in school labs.

    The technique works like genetic scissors to cut away DNA code and replace it with new genes. It has been hailed as one the most significant scientific breakthroughs in recent years, but there are fears that in the wrong hands, the procedure could unleash dangerous strains of bacteria or other organisms. Kits to make E.coli resistant to antibiotics are already for sale on the internet.

    Mr Gates said that today’s widespread global travel mean that a future pandemic could be even more deadly than the Spanish Flu outbreak in 1919 which killed up to 100 million people.

    “We will have epidemics in the next 20 years far worse than the ebola epidemic, or the Zika epidemic and there is some chance it would be a form of flu,” he said.

    “Something that is human-to-human respiratory that is like a measles or a flu or smallpox, that you need just one person on the bus or plane or the airport and you get huge things. A health crisis somewhere is a health crisis everywhere.

    “So the scariest thing is something like the 1919 flu which really spreads everywhere and because people are moving around more it’s easier for it to spread than back in 1919. If 1919 came back we have no immunity to that strain.”

    Mr Gates urged Theresa May to maintain the 0.7 per cent GDP foreign aid pledge.

    “The UK’s foreign aid investments are, in fact, long term investments in the health and “.

    Of course, it will be Bluey, the obsolete and deplorable redneck Australian that mixes up the new killer flu in his carshed, not a deep green activist that needs to depopulate earth to save the planet, or a lone wolf NTDWI that wants everybody barefoot in mudhuts for the mullahs.

  59. Can people please stop triggering Stimpy!

  60. Notafan

    Calli

    Between Facebook and here I think I’ve run the full spectrum of ‘names’

    Pretty amusing really being told I have socialist tendencies.

  61. Anne

    Notafan you better not be a Goddamn Commie.

    Settle, Stimpy!

    The Cat is a Broad Church. Broads welcome.

  62. Roger

    Just this morning I was thinking about how great it will be to have access to free plastic bags at the supermarket again

    Come to QLD, Rabz.

    All the free plastic bags you can handle.

    Going through the self-service checkout, I make a point of stuffing a few extra ones in for later use at home.

  63. Snoopy

    Macron has just said: “Cette menace fera partie du quotidien des prochaines années ”
    Translation: “This threat will be part of the daily life of the next few years”

    JC is a Macron fanboi.

    Sad!

  64. Anne

    Translation: “This threat will be part of the daily life of the next few years”

    An honest politician. That can’t be right.

    *thinks* No. He’s lying. It will be much longer.

    May not be lying, Calli.

    Maybe they’re thinking the total Islamisation of France can be achieved quite quickly.

    Just a few years of birth pains.

    (Yes, I’ve been reading the Bible)

  65. Rabz

    Rog, they haven’t banned them in NSW just yet (I’m sure Beryl will get around to it, though). Squalid is demanding a “national ban” by the way.

  66. areff

    Indian restaurant near me. Terrible food the one time I ate there, but mostly it’s always shut. Has changed hands at least four times in the past two years, plus being closed for “renovations” at least twice — “renovations” no evidence of which can be seen. Could never figure how it managed to remain solvent, given that, when it was open, no one was eating there.

    Now I understand.

  67. Snoopy

    When asked if I would like a plastic bag I usually reply with, “Yes please, I feel like choking a turtle today”.

  68. Tailgunner

    Breaking Prediction : a trusted political betting source is warming to the idea that Fillon&Macron won’t make the final round going off a range of polling and Google analytics.
    It’s going to be MLP vs Melenchon!
    13.50/1 @ Betfair, 9/1 @BillHill.

  69. Rabz

    Annie, you need to read “Submission” by Houellebecq.

    An instruction manual for moozleys and commies in the decaying rubbish dump that is france.

  70. Tailgunner

    JC is a Macron fanboi.

    Oh noes!

  71. Tailgunner

    The MSM globalist journalist who, a few minutes ago, interviewed Marine, had hauntingly said to her that “it would be wrong to deport all identified suspects of terrorism” (called “fiché-S”, in French)… And ten minutes later, the same leftist journalist had to announce live that 2 policemen had just been gunned down by… a Muslim “fiché-S”… his voice was trembling with despair and rage!

    French rvf source.

  72. struth

    By the way, Notafan, I am a fan of you, but I don’t agree with your idea that moving departments out of Canberra is a good idea.
    I can obviously see your reasoning.
    However in practice it only makes things worse for the country.

    Look at the ABC for example.
    They make sure their socialist propaganda can be heard in every remote area of Australia.
    They have radio stations everywhere.
    That of course provides employment for people in areas outside of Canberra.
    (Mostly townies coming out to get a start)
    Many country people would fight to keep their ABC in the country, because they haven’t stopped and thought about what the private sector alternatives are, and how exiting that might be.
    They are happy with their socialist mediocrity.
    Now you would probably be in favour of moving the head office of the ABC to Gilgandra, as it would create employment out there.

    But what would actually happen?
    Every station from Sydney to Carnarvon belts out the same “centralised message” and addicts people to the apathetic.
    Every government department does that to some degree, without being a broadcaster.

    The real solution is to close down the ABC , salt the earth, wake the country folk up that have become addicted to listening to the local ladies quilting news, inbetween socialist green indoctrination and let private sector in.

    All government departments are a disease on society, some with less influence than the ABC but the effect is the same.

    Minimising is the only way.
    It’s not Ok to spread government departments around the country, as the reality is, it grows government.

    Government departments have a negative effect on the culture of areas that government then decides it needs more government to control.

  73. Libby Zee

    Or Walgett!

    Ha. No-one knows where Walgett is or how to get there, except P.

    Where is P? I have found evidence that the old Walgett Bore Baths (the ones opened in 1933) were still operating and still segregated until at least 1965. After the Freedom Rides of that year they were de-segregated but apparently the blacks preferred to swim in the river.

  74. Stimpson J. Cat

    spectrum

    Goddamn it!

  75. Geriatric Mayfly

    Rocky the police dog has had his first arrest after chasing down teens who allegedly held up a petrol station and fast-food outlets in Melbourne.
    Good boy Rocky. Extra Schmackos for you.

  76. Mike of Marion

    Californian politicians are contemplating tighter emission standards for railway locomotives.

    One bright response to the suggestion

    “Or they’re in need of a plexotomy. A surgical procedure where a 5 by 7 inch piece of plexiglass is sewn into ones belly. The purpose is so one can see where they’re going when they have their head up their ass. Dan.”

    Same would apply to our mob of poliies too!!

  77. struth

    When asked if I would like a plastic bag I usually reply with, “Yes please, I feel like choking a turtle today”.

    They do sometimes have toilets at the supermarket.
    There’s no need for that.

  78. Tailgunner

    I have found evidence that the old Walgett Bore Baths (the ones opened in 1933) were still operating and still segregated until at least 1965. After the Freedom Rides of that year they were de-segregated but apparently the blacks preferred to swim in the river

    Ahahahaha!
    P, get in here and confirm please!

  79. Anne

    John Constantine, spot on at 8:22am.

    Mr Gates said that today’s widespread global travel mean that a future pandemic could be even more deadly than the Spanish Flu outbreak in 1919 which killed up to 100 million people.

    Of course, it will be Bluey, the obsolete and deplorable redneck Australian that mixes up the new killer flu in his carshed, not a deep green activist that needs to depopulate earth to save the planet, or a lone wolf NTDWI that wants everybody barefoot in mudhuts for the mullahs.

    The Elites are priming us to believe Disease is inevitable so that those of us who survive the mass human cull wont rise up to fight them.

  80. Roger

    I still have some expectation that our public services can operate in a high trust way, if they can’t it’s already too late.

    Anyone who has had to deal with the immigration department will know how many of its employees come from low trust cultures. The same seems to apply to people employed by airport corporations from what I observe on my travels. Now, as a matter of principle, I expect and hope that an individual will act with integrity regardless of his or her ethno-cultural background; we do not need to be constrained by our the circumstances of our upbringing and it is unjust to an individual to treat them as a mere cipher on account of their cultural background. But when it comes to mass immigration it concerns me that there is a naivety our official policy of multiculturalism that assumes that people from all cultures are equally assimilable to the broader Western liberal worldview of which Australia is one particularly successful instance. Importing large numbers of people from cultures which do not share the Western experience of and belief in tolerance, openness and the rule of law, etc., must surely erode our social capital. Paradoxically, our very openness and tolerance is making us less open and tolerant of those who differ from us.

  81. Mike of Marion

    Tailgunner
    #2360152, posted on April 21, 2017 at 8:45 am

    Has the Froggy MSM blamed MLP yet for the latest shooting?

    I’m sure they will.

  82. Bruce of Newcastle

    a trusted political betting source is warming to the idea that Fillon&Macron won’t make the final round going

    Obama just effectively endorsed Macron, which says a lot about Macron the “centrist”.

    French candidate publicizes Obama call before Sunday vote

    Washington (CNN) — Former President Barack Obama privately telephoned French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron on Thursday — a conversation that Macron promptly made public by uploading the call, on speakerphone, to Twitter.

    Lefty lurve.

  83. Rabz

    The Elites are priming us to believe Disease is inevitable so that those of us who survive the mass human cull wont rise up to fight them.

    Annie, please go and smell some roses (provided you don’t have an allergy or some other rare condition).

  84. Mother Lode

    Belgium: The deployment of soldiers in the streets has already cost more than 100 million euros.

    Is there an economic multiplier effect?

  85. OneWorldGovernment

    Stimpson J. Cat
    #2360130, posted on April 21, 2017 at 8:28 am

    You f*cking racists!

    I don’t run around calling Christians, Muslims, Atheists, Buddhists, or Scientologists crazy do I?

    Maybe it’s time you did!

  86. Tailgunner

    Has the Froggy MSM blamed MLP yet for the latest shooting?

    Not yet,Mike. But I did hear that at least one Fr MSM commenter has blamed Putin!?! Seriously.

  87. struth

    Belgium: The deployment of soldiers in the streets has already cost more than 100 million euros.

    Islam equals growth and power of government.
    What’s not to love?

  88. Tailgunner

    Washington (CNN) — Former President Barack Obama privately telephoned French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron on Thursday — a conversation that Macron promptly made public by uploading the call, on speakerphone, to Twitter.

    Wow, talk about cuckish name-dropping!
    It may blow up in his face that tweet. What a maroon…

  89. Stimpson J. Cat

    Maybe it’s time you did!

    Calling someone mentally ill is the new Nazi.

  90. Des Deskperson

    “I mentioned the ACT public service looking after a senior fat cat [former CEO
    Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority Katreena Arthy] last night. Great to see that behaviour by the public service exposed for all to see.”

    Interesting, thanks, Notafan.

    Of course, even in the ACT Public Service, you can’t just give a mate a senior job. There has to be an advertisement and selection process, something that takes weeks and can take months. Of course, they could have created a particular job with her in mind, but the ACT PS has or at least had, a fairly rigorous process for evaluating and establishing new senior positions.

    In any case it will be interesting to see what job Kareena Arthy gets. In the meantime, here is her career profile from her Linkedin page:

    “Successful executive leader with over 25 years’ experience in public policy, strategic planning and change management in complex public sector agencies. Widely respected and a proven track record of developing strategic frameworks and high performance organisations while working with a wide range of industry, government and community stakeholders to get things done. Expertise in intergovernmental relations at senior levels and highly developed negotiation skills. Experience in getting the most of out of staff through strong leadership and team building, reforming business systems to maximise productivity, and delivering outcomes within budget. ”

    It is, perhaps, unfair to judge a senior person’s ability by the manageobabble boilerplate crap they chuck into in their CVs, but still……’

  91. Boambee John

    OWG at 2237

    Go back 25 years in Australia and there were Green linked groups like Australians for an Ecologically Sustainable Population and Zeor Population Growth around.

    There were other groups like Australians Against Further Immigration.

    All of these disappeared by the end of the 1990s. Had they served their purpose of getting Greens into power? Or were their leaders also paid off?

  92. val majkus

    now that we’re assimilating the Snowy and Tassie plans of our ‘nation building’ PM it’s timely to consider how did the roadmap for the green juggernaut fare over 30 years? It’s long but worth it – a bit of cut and paste:

    Thirty years ago, in April 1987, a new United Nations report was published. It came from the recently established World Commission on Environment and Development, and its title was Our Common Future. It was 300 pages long; and its preparation, which took two and a half years, had involved 23 commissioners and 70 or so experts and support staff. In addition, they solicited inputs from people and organizations, in many different countries, who had concerns about environmental and development issues …
    this is the document, which set in motion the green political juggernaut that has had such a huge, adverse effect on the lives of all good people in the Western world. The 30th anniversary is, I think, a good time to look back at, and to re-evaluate, this report …
    Here’s a list of the main environmental issues, on which Our Common Future raised alarms 30 years ago. (1) Desertification, notably in the Sahel area just south of the Sahara. (2) The clearing of forests, particularly in the tropics. (3) Loss of species and of biodiversity. (4) Acid rain, resulting from pollution, and killing forests, lakes and soils. (5) Catastrophic global warming caused by CO2 emissions from burning fossil fuels. (6) Depletion of the Earth’s ozone layer. (7) Loss of coral reefs. (8) Military proliferation and the threat of nuclear war. (9) Toxic and nuclear waste disposal. (10) Increasing incidence of disasters …
    conclusion
    After 30 years, each of the issues raised in Our Common Future is either fixed, well on the way to fixing, only a problem because standards are being relentlessly tightened, unverifiable, no longer credible as a problem, or Somebody Else’s Problem. I think we’ve done rather well – even looking at the matter in the politicians’ and environmentalists’ own terms. Isn’t it now, therefore, time to call off the dogs?

    Instead of hounding us, will the green activists now shower us with the thanks we have earned? Will their politician friends stop tightening the regulatory noose with which they are strangling us, and get rid of all regulations that damage our environment? Will their media stop bombarding us with scary falsehoods? Will they all apologize to us, and compensate us for the waste of our money on all the green projects that failed to improve our environment? Will they censure the politicians that signed up to an agenda they must have known was against the interests of those they were supposed to represent? Will they denounce those that have corrupted and politicized science, and those that have persecuted, and suppressed the voices of, the experts who would speak up for us? Will they condemn those that perverted the precautionary principle, and those that have sought to pronounce us guilty without even a semblance of due process?

    I think I hear a deafening silence.

  93. Anne

    Rabz, there’s nothing I don’t know about Islam that I need to know but I believe Islam is just a patsy.

    I think the Elites (Illuninati/ 13 Families/ Satan) are using Islam to create crisis, war and destruction of Western Nations. Surviving populations will be enslaved under Shariah, microchipped and stacked into city boxes.

    Interesting times.

  94. Tailgunner

    I think the Elites (Illuninati/ 13 Families/ Satan) are using Islam to create crisis, war and destruction of Western Nations

    Stimpson – comment?

  95. john constantine

    Their waleed the denouncer denounces single use plastic bags and the turnfailure government in the same week.

    Whats the word for saying the same thing twice using slightly different phrasing?.

  96. incoherent rambler

    Works every time.

    “Do we get to hang someone?” (while drooling) is also known to work.

  97. Roger

    Rog, they haven’t banned them in NSW just yet (I’m sure Beryl will get around to it, though). Squalid is demanding a “national ban” by the way.

    The only way he’ll get his hands on my plastic bags is to take them from my cold, dead hands.

  98. john constantine

    Their josh fryfilth, a federal minister in their Australian government, begs waleed the denouncer to set his political agenda for him.

    Their most culturally powerful australian uses the massive power of his tv week Gold Logie to impose the will of Stalin upon the cowering and feckless turnfailure governmant.

  99. Snoopy

    “The police wouldn’t have charged him if he wasn’t guilty.” is also known to work.

  100. val majkus

    Their waleed the denouncer

    not on a 457 by any chance?

  101. struth

    So we ban plastic bags.
    I’ll go straight down the aisle to the Glad bags section , put them through the checkout first, load my groceries in them while drawing attention to myself (maybe by asking where I can choke a turtle) and then proclaim that I used to use the shop’s plastic bags for bin liners, as did all your customers here.
    Did your boss give you an early warning to buy shares in Glad?

    The plastic garbage bag people, even if not behind this, would just be rubbing their hands with glee about now.

  102. Geriatric Mayfly

    Any day now the adverts will start appearing. ‘Facing a migration test? Let our professional staff at the Academy for Assured Entry give you a helping hand. No In. No Fee. “

  103. Stimpson J. Cat

    Stimpson – comment?

    I’ve got to go to work.
    I want you all to reflect on the differences between Concave Earth and Flat Earth, and whether God’s voice sounds different inside your head as opposed to outside it until I get back.
    And you lot need to stop calling people mentally ill just because they believe certain things without an actual diagnosis by a mental illness professional or someone who is professionally mentally ill..
    🙂

  104. Mark A

    Anne
    #2360180, posted on April 21, 2017 at 9:13 am

    Rabz, there’s nothing I don’t know about Islam that I need to know but I believe Islam is just a patsy.

    I think the Elites (Illuninati/ 13 Families/ Satan) are using Islam to create crisis, war and destruction of Western Nations. Surviving populations will be enslaved under Shariah, microchipped and stacked into city boxes.

    Interesting concept you got there.

    Wrong but interesting. Believe me, Islam is quite capable and willing to convert or subdue the rest of the world by itself. It’s in their manual.

    The fact that we help them just makes it easier for them.

    One saving grace is that even after 300 odd years of ottoman occupation other than a few Balkan nations no European Christian nation converted to Islam. I think it will be the same in the future.

    Not sure about the Swedes and the Germans, they have gone off the reservation lately, maybe they will come to their senses?

  105. Nick

    Waleed Aly:

    Aly quickly jumped in after Price’s comments and argued that the rules could lead the community to believe migrants are bringing such issues to the country.
    ‘I guess the problem is people will take this as a message that these are problems that exist only in migrant communities and its immigrants that bring these problems to us,’ he said.

    Oh? So it’s non immigrants engaging in FGM and a bit of religious based ‘physical counselling’?

    You have to wonder about someone who wants to ban plastic bags, because they kill, yet Islamic killers are merely an ‘irritant’.

  106. Anne

    Annie, please go and smell some roses (provided you don’t have an allergy or some other rare condition).

    Can’t Rabz. The Government keeps spraying my garden with Alluminium, Stronthium, Barium and smart dust. Must be for my own good.

    Climate change is destroying the germinating ability of plants but luckily Monsanto has patented GMO alluminium resistant seeds. 😉

  107. incoherent rambler

    Not sure about the Swedes and the Germans, they have gone off the reservation lately, maybe they will come to their senses?

    History says they come to senses only after they are given a severe beating and their country turned a pile of rubble.

  108. Roger

    You have to wonder about someone who wants to ban plastic bags, because they kill, yet Islamic killers are merely an ‘irritant’.

    Look, over there…a dying turtle!

    If Waleed was really so concerned about the environment he’d be arguing for radical cuts in immigration.

  109. Infidel Tiger

    Rabz, there’s nothing I don’t know about Islam that I need to know but I believe Islam is just a patsy.

    I think the Elites (Illuninati/ 13 Families/ Satan) are using Islam to create crisis, war and destruction of Western Nations. Surviving populations will be enslaved under Shariah, microchipped and stacked into city boxes.

    Interesting times.

    Annie, you never go full Graeme Bird.

    Come back to us!

  110. Snoopy

    TheirABC fears the worst.

    This attack will devastate Paris and it is one more unpredictable element in an already unpredictable campaign.

  111. incoherent rambler

    You have to wonder about someone who wants to ban plastic bags, because they kill, yet Islamic killers “health adjustment professionals” are merely an ‘irritant’.

  112. Nick

    Look, over there…a dying turtle!

    Lol, there lies the key. Perhaps news reports should speak of the killing of three police turtles by Islamists last night.

  113. calli

    Also Globalist Elites are buying up large swathes of New Zealand countryside. Nice and remote in case they accidentally nuke Europe and North America. 😉

    Anne has been reading The Chrysalids.

  114. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Any military Cats recognize the red berets, and the badges from the Press coverage of the Paris atrocity? Looks to me like the successors to the old Colonial Parachute battalions, (Indochina and Algeria) and they never took any crap from anyone…

  115. Snoopy

    I love the way any departure from leftist groupthink these days is slurred as ‘divisive’ by the media. If only we could all just agree and get along.

  116. Anne

    Mark, muslims truly believe the world will submit to Allah.

    But muslims do not run the world, the people who control the money do.

    Muslim Leaders in competition for power will be killed off after they’ve served their purpose, (provided armies).

  117. incoherent rambler

    Clearly, the way to rid of jihadists is certification.
    No Cert IV paper. No job.

  118. Geriatric Mayfly

    With so many being plugged, it’s about time the Greens began agitating for these lone wolves to be put on the endangered species list.

  119. john constantine

    First, waleed came for the plastic bags………………….

  120. calli

    Anyone said that the Paris murder is a false flag designed to get Le Pen over the line yet?

  121. Nick

    Missing the ‘I’ word as usual:

    ROAD blocks and barriers will be in place for next week’s Sydney Anzac Day commemorations, as a terror expert warns the threat of a radicalised “lone wolf” terrorist driving a car into a crowd is higher than ever.

    I hope such attacks don’t lead to a demonising of immigrants /sarc.

  122. struth

    Yes, snoopy, if there is anything or anyone right wing, it is divisive.

    Yet in this case, there aren’t even any really right wing candidates in the French elections at all.

    It’s just that one of the lefties actually believes in sovereign nations and borders.

    How disgustingly divisive say the snouts in OUR trough at THEIR ABC.

  123. incoherent rambler

    Any military Cats recognize the red berets, …

    This civilian recognizes them.
    They are they guys that guard various political buildings in Paris, with serious hardware and flip the safety catches whenever a tourist approaches.

  124. struth

    This civilian recognizes them.
    They are they guys that guard various political buildings in Paris, with serious hardware and flip the safety catches whenever a tourist approaches.

    The elites are safe from their traitorous actions.

  125. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Anyone said that the Paris murder is a false flag designed to get Le Pen over the line yet?

    I’ve been waiting on that one, from the usual suspects, indeed, calli.

  126. incoherent rambler

    ROAD blocks and barriers will be in place for next week’s Sydney Anzac Day commemorations, as a terror expert warns the threat of a radicalised “lone wolf” terrorist driving a car into a crowd is higher than ever.

    Working on the solution…

    Driverless cars!

    (I hope a lone wolf doesn’t get in the control room)

  127. val majkus

    Gottleibsen’s column on how to tackle the energy crises is up in the Oz but it’s a fizzer (bit of cut and paste from his long term solution)

    Step three: Longer term

    Here I am inserting my views in addition to those of the experts.

    I believe that it is now time for the commonwealth to use whatever powers are available (defence, emergency etc.) to take control of the Australian energy situation.

    The interconnection of distribution and generation between states makes it impossible to solve the problem longer term on a state-by-state basis. Realistically, states will not give up powers so I suggest a carrot that would also slash wastage. The commonwealth should delegate most infrastructure spending decisions to the states and end this crazy game where the commonwealth and the states second-guess each other all the time. Each state should have a fixed amount from the Commonwealth to spend on infrastructure at their discretion.

    About 20 per cent of the commonwealth infrastructure spend should be retained for commonwealth allocation. At the moment the only state winning is New South Wales partly because of the personal relationship between the Prime Minister and Treasurer and the New South Wales government.

    The central energy controlling authority that takes control should report to a policy body where the commonwealth has the majority but the states have representation. But the controlling body must be dominated by the best world engineers in electricity and gas — not public servants or politicians.

    We now don’t have a political problem — we have an engineering problem. We have plonked renewable energy generations in places that are inconsistent with our network. We need to co-ordinate our various forms of generation and our energy distribution to maximise their usefulness. In short the system is a total mess because everybody has been acting in an uncoordinated way.

    We should set the engineers three equal priorities — low energy prices, a high proportion of renewable energy and reliability. Part of our energy mix must be a backup to our renewable energy sources and that back up will include pumped hydro energy (such as the Snowy) plus gas.

    We should be very wary of spending vast billions to return to nationalisation because apart from the gas shortages created by some corporations in the Gladstone LNG projects, these problems were not created by corporations but rather by politicians in both major parties who did not understand what they were doing.

    The engineers will come up with a plan that will be very expensive and take some years to implement, but it is essential we do it.

    I fear that we will not implement this plan until there is a crisis caused by blackouts, gas shortages and doubled power and gas prices. We simply don’t have the calibre of politicians in Australia, and particularly in New South Wales and Victoria that are able to make the above fundamental decisions until the lights go out.

    Note the bolded words. As Kev of Tas says in the comments:

    Well if you are going to accept the green energy scam then you are just refusing to face the problem.
    Dump the RET, call out climate change for the scam it is, get busy with coal. gas and NUCLEAR.

  128. Bruce of Newcastle

    Anne – Aluminium, strontium and barium are essentially pretty harmless.
    I can give a longer answer if you want.

  129. Anne

    Annie, you never go full Graeme Bird.

    Come back to us!

    IT, if that is that banned anti-Semite guy, you and he have got it ALL wrong.

    Some of the people who run the world, own your governments, own your house, may have J e w ish ancestry but their belief systems have nothing to do with Judaism and everthing to do with Satanism.

  130. Some History

    Dramatic video captures French police shooting dead terrorist who killed officer and wounded two others just days before French election – as it’s revealed he was released EARLY from 20 year sentence for trying to kill cops
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4429938/Major-road-Paris-closed-police.html

    And for the next episode of the Twilight Zone…..

  131. Nick

    Driverless cars!

    The Allahmobile

  132. areff

    Clearly, the way to rid of jihadists is certification.

    Reform welfare by re-instating immigration requirements from the 1950s. Come here, reside in a hostel, do assigned work as required, move out only when financially viable and with at least a modest command of the language.

    No welfare payments whatsoever until ten years of blameless residency opens the way to citizenship.

    Reform welfare and you’ll not only see country shoppers re-direct their gaze to Canada or Germany, you’ll also de-commission a huge, costly and non-productive slice of the caring-industrial complex, aka the ACOSS lobby.

    Ever noticed how the more social workers are employed, the greater the number of social problems that are identified requiring even more social workers?

  133. Mark A

    Nick
    #2360213, posted on April 21, 2017 at 9:39 am
    ROAD blocks and barriers will be in place for next week’s Sydney Anzac Day commemorations, as a terror expert warns the threat of a radicalised “lone wolf” terrorist driving a car into a crowd is higher than ever.

    And the pollies keep saying, that we won’t let them change the way we live!
    Struth!

  134. calli

    Anne – Aluminium, strontium and barium are essentially pretty harmless.

    NH4NO3 makes the grass grow fast. They look at you funny if you buy it in bulk though.

  135. stackja

    Des Deskperson
    #2360177, posted on April 21, 2017 at 9:11 am

    Another of Gough’s ‘reforms’.

  136. Anne

    I can give a longer answer if you want.

    Yes please, Bruce. (Unless you’re a double agent sent to trick me) 😯

    There are other constituents in the Chemtrails, do you know what they are for?

    Also, what are Black Chemtrails?

  137. struth

    Banning guns doesn’t seemed to have worked too well for Paris.

  138. Nick

    Reform welfare by re-instating immigration requirements from the 1950s. Come here, reside in a hostel, do assigned work as required, move out only when financially viable and with at least a modest command of the language.

    I remember an old Bazza McKenzie strip that had an Australian High Commissioner threatening Pommy immigrants with ‘the hell hole migrant hostel in Spotswood’.

    I’ll bet it’s now a community garden and Sudanese macrame workshop.

  139. srr

    Stimpson J. Cat
    #2360176, posted on April 21, 2017 at 9:10 am

    Calling someone mentally ill is the new Nazi.

    No, that’s only calling the mentally ill, “mentally ill”, but calling the sane “mentally ill” is how the Nazi Stasi Scum let you know who is on their “Unpersoned” List.

  140. Anne

    Mucked up the Italics. 🙁

  141. val majkus

    One thing Gottleibsen does mention in his article relates to an earlier article of his in the Oz:

    Gottliebsen: Energy crisis risk is criminal
    I have a shock for any politician, public servant or political advisor found by the courts to be misleading the public about the dangers of their power and gas policies — they can be jailed.

    Back in 1995 the parliament of the day passed legislation that they hoped would never be necessary against ministers of the crown. I have been alerted that in the 1995 Federal Criminal Code under Section 137.1 in Chapter 7 there is a section entitled ‘Good administration of government’. …
    I can’t prejudge the courts but there appears to be no statute of limitation in the legislation so every statement made by any politician may be available to be examined by the courts to see if it is false or misleading. If we get damaging blackouts or gas shortages then my guess is that any politicians and advisors who are charged will face the next five to 10 years defending themselves in the courts. The government of the day will decide whether they should have legal aid.

    This legislation is about promoting public service and political honesty. If Hazelwood is closed the Victorian government needs to tell the people that there is a good chance of blackouts but, (if it’s true), say that they are bringing in the best experts from around the world to lessen the chance. Maybe the Commonwealth should bring in the experts but they too must tell the people the truth.

    And the NSW and Victorian governments should prepare their voters for gas shortages possibly this winter because of the run down in the Longford and Iona storages. In the 2018 and 2019 winters shortages are certain unless other actions are taken.

    If the politicians and their advisors actually believe the above risk assessments are wrong then let them set out their claims which will be tested by events and, if they mislead, the courts.

    But now we know about this legislation what about requiring truth from our politicians and their advisors on other matters. In the last decade misleading voters has become an art form by politicians of all parties and in all jurisdictions. The public no longer trusts them….
    In simple terms, the provision of false or misleading information or documentation when performing the duties of office as a public servant, an employee of the Government or holder of public office or, even, as a private citizen testifying before a Parliamentary Oversight Committee is a serious offence. The penalty is very clear — 12 months imprisonment….

  142. Leo G

    Business columnist Robert Gottliebsen reports in the Australian that blackouts are a certainty amid a rising gas shortage:

    If we have a “normal” summer in 2017-18 in our two largest cities it is absolutely certain we will have blackouts covering 10 to 15 days. Under present circumstances there will not be enough power to cover the peak summer demand.

    And that assumes the ageing generators and power distributing networks operate without breakdowns. Because we start with an overall power shortage, the impact of any major equipment/transmission breakdowns will be severe. Then we go to gas.

    The looming gas shortage in the 2017 winter can be overcome with relatively minor actions. In the following years much more drastic action is required. The government has made a start on tackling the gas disaster.

    But households and industry face a doubling of power and substantial rises in gas prices in the next 12 to 18 months. The biggest force in higher power prices is the increased price of gas. The Bass Strait and Cooper Basin producers are now selling their gas to the Gladstone LNG exporters who contracted to sell overseas more gas than they can produce. The Santos consortium is the key gas “shorter”.

    Those power and gas price increases will transform the economics of vast numbers of businesses and households. Prices of goods and services will have to rise and households with large mortgages will direct more of their discretionary funds towards energy bills.

    That’s the grim picture facing the nation. The NSW and Victorian state politicians who deny we face this situation are either lying or have not been told.” –

  143. Snoopy

    Clearly, the way to rid of jihadists is certification.

    The RPL pathway will have to be scrapped first.

  144. stackja

    Mark A
    #2360228, posted on April 21, 2017 at 9:48 am
    Nick
    #2360213, posted on April 21, 2017 at 9:39 am
    ROAD blocks and barriers will be in place for next week’s Sydney Anzac Day commemorations, as a terror expert warns the threat of a radicalised “lone wolf” terrorist driving a car into a crowd is higher than ever.

    And the pollies keep saying, that we won’t let them change the way we live!
    Struth!

    I won’t let them change the way I live!

  145. struth

    And the pollies keep saying, that we won’t let them change the way we live!
    Struth!

    They said “WE”.
    Nothing has changed for them.

    Oh, and do you also take the Lord’s name in vain?

  146. incoherent rambler

    Sydney UNI degree –

    Bachelor of Health Adjustment (major in adjustments to zero)

  147. Anne

    Clearly, the way to rid of jihadists is certification.

    Nah, it will always fester. It must be eradicated.

    Like Smallpox.

  148. Tom

    Where is P?

    In your sock drawer with all the other ones, Gargoolery.

  149. srr

    You have to wonder about someone who wants to ban plastic bags, because they kill, yet Islamic killers are merely an ‘irritant’.

    No. They rely on all the wondering to perpetually forestall them being sorted.

  150. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/dylan-vollers-alleged-threat-to-rape-guards-child/news-story/99d15af1d5a7f6adbfc9756c6e86d4a5

    Odd what emerges when poor little Dylan is finally cross examined, isn’t it? Wonder what the fan club thinks of him now?

  151. incoherent rambler

    ROAD blocks and barriers will be in place for…

    Fine as long as they stick to using cars.

    It is not the tool that is the problem.

  152. C.L.

    We are now at a juncture in Australia where politicians refuse to act to ensure we have electricity.
    That’s now in the too hard basket.

  153. Anne

    Hah, I just flipped on YouTube and what do I see…

    The Outright Truth about Chemtrails and Geo-Engineering.

    Let’s watch it together. 🙂

    https://youtu.be/FdZQ8tFrqbc

  154. Eddystone

    Ever noticed how the more social workers are employed, the greater the number of social problems that are identified requiring even more social workers?

    I have noticed this, for many years.

    A subset of this is “mental health”. More and more resources are being thrown at mental health, ever more draconian powers given to health workers, yet the number of “patients” with mental “health” problems is skyrocketing, at least it seems so judging by the number of cases ambos deal with.

    Ten years ago, psych patients were an occasional, somewhat diverting, break from the normal flow of people with medical or trauma problems.

    Now, they seem to be an everyday occurrence.

  155. incoherent rambler

    We are now at a juncture in Australia where politicians refuse to act to ensure we have electricity.
    That’s now in the too hard basket.

    Not sure that is correct.
    They acted (with green subsidies and taxes on generation) that CAUSED the problem.

    Inaction (no subsidies and same taxes for all) would correct the problem over time.

    Our politicians created the mess and are refusing to repeal the responsible laws and regulations.

  156. C.L.

    Former News Limited executive Kim Williams is now on ABC RN.
    The left-wing nutball has a column up at ABC Online:
    The march of general ignorance keeps me awake.

    Let me dramatise the challenge as simply and directly as I can in two words: Donald Trump.

    Trump is but one example of the march of general ignorance and its unseemly allies — spectacular hubris; indulged vented rage; misogyny; and indifference to truthfulness, history and civility.

    He appears to have no regard for wisdom, expertise or responsibility, let alone accountability. He repudiates science, decorum and the responsibility of nations to engage respectfully with each other.

    Donald Trump prefers a bully pulpit where hectoring by mad, perhaps sclerotic, whimsy now reigns supreme.

    Any opposing view, no matter how well informed or experienced, is treated as toxic and rejected with a ferocity and refutation of discussion on a scale unparalleled since similar repugnant experiences in the 1930s.

    We can’t stand by and simply watch.

    Having compared Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler, he concludes …

    In my view we need to reject the triumph of spontaneous feelings and impulsive reaction in favour of disciplined thought informed by respect for history, knowledge and analysis.

  157. Geriatric Mayfly

    Nah, it will always fester. It must be eradicated.
    Like Smallpox.

    The US and Russia still have the smallpox virus in deep freeze. As there have been calls to maintain its viability as a species, I suggest we do the same with the Moosley jihadists. Keep one or two in liquid nitrogen as examples for future reference and research, of the monstrous deviations that can branch out on the evolutionary tree.

  158. srr

    Anne, something interesting happened while I was preparing a reply to an earlier post of yours, but we have to make sure Stimpson is safely away from the cat before I can share it … it involves New Zealand, that Key bloke, spying and flat, savoury topped bread …

  159. Mark A

    stackja
    #2360240, posted on April 21, 2017 at 9:56 am
    I won’t let them change the way I live!

    You already have.

    ROAD blocks and barriers interminable delays and searches at airports, spending of billions on security, ete. etc.
    Restrictions on what we may say not to offend a certain faith…
    Yes, we already changed the way we live.

  160. Tom

    The Outright Truth about Chemtrails and Geo-Engineering.

    You make dumb blondes look like Albert Einstein, Annie. Stimpton, please take her under your wing and look after her.

  161. stackja

    Mark A
    #2360258, posted on April 21, 2017 at 10:13 am
    stackja
    #2360240, posted on April 21, 2017 at 9:56 am
    I won’t let them change the way I live!

    You already have.

    How?

  162. Snoopy

    In my view we need to reject the triumph of spontaneous feelings and impulsive reaction in favour of disciplined thought informed by respect for history, knowledge and analysis.

    And people here diss Annie because she continually warns of the dangers posed by the Elites.

    🙂

  163. Bear Necessities

    I use to think Peter Fitzsimmons was the most irritating Lefty Jerk in Australia. But I think Waleed has overtaken him with the plastic bag ban.

  164. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    I use to think Peter Fitzsimmons was the most irritating Lefty Jerk in Australia. But I think Waleed has overtaken him with the plastic bag ban.

    Waleed is in a special category of his own.

  165. val majkus

    Not too sure about Gottleibsen’s reading of that section. Here it is in full:

    37.1 False or misleading information

    (1) A person commits an offence if:

    (a) the person gives information to another person; and

    (b) the person does so knowing that the information:

    (i) is false or misleading; or

    (ii) omits any matter or thing without which the information is misleading; and

    (c) any of the following subparagraphs applies:

    (i) the information is given to a Commonwealth entity;

    (ii) the information is given to a person who is exercising powers or performing functions under, or in connection with, a law of the Commonwealth;

    (iii) the information is given in compliance or purported compliance with a law of the Commonwealth.

    Penalty: Imprisonment for 12 months.

    (1A) Absolute liability applies to each of the subparagraph (1)(c)(i), (ii) and (iii) elements of the offence.

    (2) Subsection (1) does not apply as a result of subparagraph (1)(b)(i) if the information is not false or misleading in a material particular.

    Note: A defendant bears an evidential burden in relation to the matter in subsection (2). See subsection 13.3(3).

    (3) Subsection (1) does not apply as a result of subparagraph (1)(b)(ii) if the information did not omit any matter or thing without which the information is misleading in a material particular.

    Note: A defendant bears an evidential burden in relation to the matter in subsection (3). See subsection 13.3(3).

    (4) Subsection (1) does not apply as a result of subparagraph (1)(c)(i) if, before the information was given by a person to the Commonwealth entity, the Commonwealth entity did not take reasonable steps to inform the person of the existence of the offence against subsection (1).

    Note: A defendant bears an evidential burden in relation to the matter in subsection (4). See subsection 13.3(3).

    (5) Subsection (1) does not apply as a result of subparagraph (1)(c)(ii) if, before the information was given by a person (the first person ) to the person mentioned in that subparagraph (the second person ), the second person did not take reasonable steps to inform the first person of the existence of the offence against subsection (1).

    Note: A defendant bears an evidential burden in relation to the matter in subsection (5). See subsection 13.3(3).

    (6) For the purposes of subsections (4) and (5), it is sufficient if the following form of words is used:

    “Giving false or misleading information is a serious offence”.

    what do you think? does the emboldened bit apply to politicians communicating with the electorate? Or to a reporter?

  166. Leo G

    We are now at a juncture in Australia where politicians refuse to act to ensure we have electricity.

    … and where the same politicians are being blackmailed into massive expenditure on expanding use of gas and “renewables”- expenditure which must be recouped by charging even more for power- when the rational solution involves restoring the position of conventional coal-fired generation and eliminating the distorting effects of renewable generation subsidies.

  167. C.L.

    Michael Gordon in the SMH:

    Peter Dutton delivers a new low with comments on Manus Island rampage.

    One problem with this unsubstantiated allegation, with its implication of an intent to sexually abuse a child, is that police on Manus Island were unaware of it.

    Another is that the suggestion of nefarious conduct is rejected by the asylum seekers, who say a boy who asked for money outside the centre almost two weeks ago was invited to come and get some fruit from inside the centre by asylum seekers.

    Oh.

    Provincial police commander David Yapu confirmed that two men have been charged with sexual assaults since asylum seekers were able to visit the province’s only town, though in both cases those charged insist they are innocent.

    Righto, then!

  168. incoherent rambler

    Former News Limited executive Kim Williams

    Wow.

    Good to know what we are up against from the moderate quarter.

    Loonyness rules at the ABC.

    Too many nuts in the muesli? He makes monty look left wing.

    New word for the lexicon:
    moderate – mad as a [whatever]

  169. Eddystone

    Interesting graphic at Americans for Tax Reform, showing the difference in income tax from 1913 to 2017, expressed in today’s dollars.

    In 1913, the income tax rate was between 1% and 7%.

    The top rate didn’t apply until income reached $11.8 million in today’s dollars.

    http://www.atr.org/104-years-income-tax-then-and-now

  170. incoherent rambler

    I meant right wing.

  171. srr

    Voice of Europe‏ @V_of_Europe 3h3 hours ago

    President Trump on Paris:
    ‘It Looks Like Another Terrorist Attack… It Never Ends’.

    http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2017/04/20/president-trump-on-paris-it-looks-like-another-terrorist-attackit-never-ends/

  172. Zatara

    USAID website reports it gave $4,819,125 in taxpayer money to Soros’s Open Society Foundation – Macedonia between from 2012 to 2016.

    The U.S. government has quietly spent millions of taxpayer dollars to destabilize the democratically elected, center-right government in Macedonia by colluding with leftwing billionaire George Soros, records obtained by Judicial Watch show. Barack Obama’s U.S. Ambassador to Macedonia, Jess L. Baily, has worked behind the scenes with Soros’ Open Society Foundation to funnel large sums of American dollars for the cause, constituting an interference of the U.S. Ambassador in domestic political affairs in violation of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations.

    Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of State and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) for records and communications relating to the funding and political activities of the Open Society Foundation – Macedonia. The Macedonia organization, part of George Soros’ Open Society Foundations, received nearly $5 million from USAID from 2012 to 2016.

    The bottom line is that Obama gave 5M taxpayer dollars to George Soros to destabilize a friendly democratically elected government.

    The shame of it is that it is taking non-government organizations like Judicial Watch to take these arrogant criminals down.

  173. lotocoti

    Fine as long as they stick to using cars.

    They won’t.
    One day, some lone wolf will hit a taxiing A380, plump with gas and pax at LHR or LAX or SYD.

  174. Bruce of Newcastle

    Anne – The whole stupid chemtrails thing came out of smokescreen developments by the USN in the seventies. All it was about is obscuring targets from the enemy – basically a better smokescreen than smoke gives. Nuclear warships also can’t so easily make a smokescreen since they don’t burn oil. The main material was paint pigment – the same stuff as on your house and car. Titanium dioxide, aluminium oxides and barium sulphate are all used in paint pigment with different optical effects. Each of them are completely insoluble and naturally and widely present in dirt and whatnot. TiO2 is the best because it has the best optical properties – high refractive index, easy to produce in half-wavelength particles which are light enough to persist in the atmosphere long enough to produce an effective “smokescreen”.

    You are breathing in TiO2 pigment particles every day since pretty much all paint uses TiO2 now. You have seen how housepainters are dying like flies…not.

    On garden plants you can have some issues. Aluminium sulphate for example produces sulphuric acid in contact with water, so whereas the aluminium is pretty harmless the plants won’t like the sulphuric acid.

    Barium can be extremely toxic, eg if ingested as soluble barium chloride. But in the form of barium sulphate it is so insoluble that it is used in medicine as an orally swallowed imaging agent (because it absorbs X-rays).

    Strontium also seems to be pretty harmless. We used to use thousands of tonnes of strontium carbonate at a zinc plant, and there were no special handling issues. Strontium sulphate is fairly insoluble too.

    I haven’t bothered with the whole chemtrails conspiracy since it is clear what the USN were doing with their original patent, and the chemistry and optics are straightforward, as is the military use. But I’m a chemist. I could well imagine the excitable types from the old Vietnam War protests with no science training to speak of adding one and one together and getting Cthulhu. My guess is ‘black chemtrails’ is one of those cases coming from the old seventies idea of coating Arctic ice with carbon soot to solve “global cooling”. Soot – black carbon – also is pretty harmless, although not entirely since black lung and smoke inhalation are serious health issues.

  175. srr

    at Breitbart –

    **LIVE UPDATES** PARIS: ONE OFFICER SHOT DEAD

    ISLAMIC STATE CLAIMS RESPONSIBILITY

    POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS SUSPENDED…

  176. Nick

    use to think Peter Fitzsimmons was the most irritating Lefty Jerk in Australia. But I think Waleed has overtaken him with the plastic bag ban.

    As irritating as Pirate Pete may be, no one really gives a shit what he says. Aly however, is dangerous.

  177. Rabz

    **LIVE UPDATES** SYDNEY: BERYL GLADYSHLOCKLIAN BANS PLASTIC BAGS

  178. Mother Lode

    Macron has just said: “Cette menace fera partie du quotidien des prochaines années ”
    Translation: “This threat will be part of the daily life of the next few years”

    It is strange to remember that this whole deluge was unleashed over a short period of time not so long ago.

    It was a trickle (well, perhaps a small creek) just a few years ago.

  179. Nick

    I wonder how long it will be that even the term ‘lone wolf’ is deemed discriminatory as it labels a ‘misunderstood’ animal ?

  180. stackja

    Suspect had attacked police before
    Reuters
    10 minutes ago
    Police have searched a home in a suburb east of Paris believed linked to the attack on police on the Champs-Elysees.

    A police document obtained by The Associated Press identifies the address searched in the town of Chelles as the family home of Karim Cheurfi, a 39-year-old with a police record.

    Two police officials told The AP that the chief suspect in Thursday’s attack is a 39-year-old from an eastern Paris suburb.

    Police tape surrounded the quiet, middle-class neighbourhood in Chelles early on Friday, and worried neighbours expressed surprise at the searches.

    Archive reports by French newspaper Le Parisien say that Cheurfi was convicted of attacking a police officer in 2001.

    The raids took place shortly after a policeman was shot dead on the Champs Elysees on Thursday night.

    Two other police officers were wounded after a gunman opened fire with an automatic weapon before he was himself was killed by officers.

    The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the shooting, just days before French presidential elections, via its Amaq news agency which said the attacker was Belgian.

    President Francois Hollande said he was convinced it was a terrorist attack.

    A second suspect who might have been involved in the incident on the Champs Elysees shopping boulevard may still be on the loose, authorities said.

  181. Stimpson J. Cat

    Now, they seem to be an everyday occurrence.

    It’s all these f$cking drama queens who have a bad day and think they have unipolar depression.
    I laugh about them with my schizophrenic friends.

  182. stackja

    Soul Singer Cuba Gooding Sr found dead
    Lawrence Yee, Reuters
    35 minutes ago
    Soul singer Cuba Gooding Sr, has been found dead in his car in Los Angeles, according to ABC. He was 72.

    He was reportedly found slumped over inside his car in Woodland Hills, California on Thursday but could not be resuscitated by CPR.

    A spokesperson with the Los Angeles Fire Department would not confirm Gooding Sr’s identity, but confirmed to Variety that they responded to a call on Ventura Blvd. and determined the death of an adult male at that same time.

    He was most famous for his 1972 hit Everybody Plays the Fool, as the lead singer of the band The Main Ingredient.

    But he may best be known as the father of his namesake, Oscar winner Cuba Gooding Jr.

    ABC says that police are still investigating the cause of death.

  183. stackja

    Elizabeth II
    Elizabeth II has been Queen of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand since 6 February 1952. Wikipedia
    Born: 21 April 1926 (age 90 years), Mayfair, London, United Kingdom

  184. Snoopy

    Shorten and Bowen hate self managed super. It reduces the opportunity for ticket clipping by maaates.

  185. incoherent rambler

    A sick Parisian tourist industry just got sicker.

  186. stackja

    C.L.
    #2360267, posted on April 21, 2017 at 10:21 am
    Michael Gordon in the SMH:

    Yes!

  187. cohenite

    President Francois Hollande said he was convinced it was a terrorist attack.

    That’s a relief.

  188. JC

    I think the Elites (Illuninati/ 13 Families/ Satan)

    WTF? Annie!!!

  189. Bruce of Newcastle

    The Outright Truth about Chemtrails and Geo-Engineering.

    The geoengineering thing is again use of TiO2 pigment. The USN likewise tested this in the seventies, probably as an aerial smokescreen to hide aircraft as well as ships. The climateers then realised you could disperse TiO2 paint pigment out the back of an aircraft or balloon in the stratosphere and refract and diffract incident sunlight back out to space – thereby cooling the planet.

    On the other hand the climateers aren’t especially keen on the idea since it is so cheap it would completely undermine their control and decarbonisation agendas. About $30-50 billion would be all you need to reverse all warming since 1900. Chickenfeed compared to the trillions which have already been spent, and there’d be no need to stop using coal.

    The other fact the climateers don’t want you to know is that sulphur also acts as a sunlight reflectant. Some geoengineering ideas use that – spraying sulphur-containing stuff into the atmosphere. The problem with this is the logical answer is just to turn off the sulphur removal units (FGD) on coal fired power stations…which would put enough SO2 into the atmosphere to do the required cooling. Not only would this cost nothing, but it’d save money since FGD units cost a lot to run. Coal fired electricity would be even cheaper than it is now. Oops.

    Since the whole climate scam is a scam – CO2 is nearly harmless and very valuable to agriculture – all this stuff is moot anyway. About the only good thing you could say about these geoengineering ideas is they are fairly harmless: as soon as you stop doing it the airborne particles will slowly be rained out until they’re gone.

  190. notafan

    Anne if you are going to go full Satan and all his works why not go this version’

    instead of the Angel Gabriel appearing to mo and dictating the koran to him it was actually Satan.

    It makes a lot more sense to have one and a half billion in thrall to the devil than a paltry 13 families.

    And the very best lies are the ones bundled up in the truth.


    answering islam, demons

  191. Lysander

    Morning Cats.

    After the tumultuous events of 11 March and an ensuing five week break, all I can say is….

    I’m baaaaack….

  192. Anne

    And people here diss Annie because she continually warns of the dangers posed by the Elites.

    Someone dissed me?

  193. Eddystone

    cohenite
    #2360287, posted on April 21, 2017 at 10:34 am
    English police take firm action against a muslim.

    Good Lord.

    That sort of approach is going to get coppers killed.

  194. JC

    Hey, were the illuminati featured in the last Tom Hanks movie about the Da Vinci Code? I always get a kick seeing those fuckers.

  195. srr

    Stimpson, stop lurking so I can talk to Annie about the flat savoury topped bread circles.

    We don’t want you having another episode.

  196. Tom

    I submit this as a chapter in my Masters thesis: Inside The Swampfilth Cranial Cavity — How Collectivism Rots The Brain. Via a UK-born acquaintance’s Spacechook page:

    Malcolm Tucker
    Yesterday at 2:51am

    You’ve backed me into a corner Mrs. May, but I’ve made up my mind. I could never in a million years vote for the lying, disabled shaming, wealth stripping, asset selling, homelessness doubling tories. I also couldn’t vote for the LibDems. Not just because they massively betrayed their voters by jumping into bed with the tories and enabling horrendous crippling austerity, but also because Tim Farron uses the bible, a work of fiction, as his moral compass. UKIP are certainly out of the question, not just because of their thinly veiled bigotry but because they’ve served their pupose and are now irrelevant. The Green vote is a wasted vote.

    That leaves me with Labour. 12 months ago I’d have been happy with that. I was still giving Jeremy Corbyn his 7th chance to pull something out of the bag, to prove that he’s a leader. It didn’t happen. He let me down.

    Labour is fucked, the party is divided and its leader weak, there’s absolutely no doubt about that, but I’ve missed votes in the past and regretted it, not this time. I can’t stand idly by and get lost in the apathetic fog that’s descending over the UK.

    We’re sick of votes, we’re sick of politics and we’re sick of lies but most importantly we’re sick of you.

    We’re sick of a crumbling NHS and it’s staff being treated like shit.

    We’re sick of seeing the living dead sprawled across our streets, high on Spice, because it’s their only relief from your inflicted hell.

    We’re sick of you treating our family members like second class citizens because they’ve only lived here for 40 years and you can’t ensure their security post Brexit.

    We’re sick of you meddling with our kids education structure and using them as guinea pigs.

    We’re sick of you driving our most vulnerable people to suicide and taking the word of a prick with a checklist over a doctor.

    The truth is we live in a democracy with two houses, the next leader isn’t all powerful like Kim Jong Un, we have checks and balances and safety nets.

    Jeremy Corbyn is not a leader and his party is a joke, but I’d take a mixture of incompetence and morals every time over an effective and vindictive shower of cunts any day, and I’ve no doubt in my mind that he will lose miserably but at least I’ll be able to look myself in the eye whilst brushing my teeth.

    My acquaintance, an ex-federal gummint tax hoover, described that as “penetrating and compelling”. Leftism really is a mental illness.

  197. Lysander

    Anyway, I read a most interesting book (in fact, many) during my break. One was on Richard Wagner and the history of classical music. You draw the parallels but I found this interesting…

    In the 19th Century classical music was no longer being orchestrated for rich nobles and lords; a paying audience was the new aim of composers. However there was also a growing dichotomy between the style of music being offered to audiences across Europe. Populist orchestral music was sweeping across Europe with hordes of paying citizens turning up to see Mahler or Berlioz recitals.

    Wagner’s music typically appealed to the newly educated middle class who saw themselves as the elite in society and scoffed at those who would go to the less technical and academic renditions of populist classical composers. The lesser middle classes, according to them, had no appreciation for real music. This middle class could not understand why paying audiences would diss Wagner’s “hyper-technical” performances for populist renditions and fought to keep elitist music alive and well.

    Anyway, it seems the Left elite were alive and well back then…

  198. Anne

    Thanks so much for all that, Bruce. I’m saving it.

    It sounds very reasonable when a calm commanding voice says it. 😉

    Thanks, Nota.

  199. srr

    I mean it Stimp. I’m gonna go there …

    … politicians are being blackmailed …

    Leo, we don’t speak of the flat savoury topped bread circles here, unless we don’t mind those circles running around inside our pc networks dropping parcels of grief to be exploded on us if we don’t STFU and pull our heads in … they are in fact, really very unsavoury types, poisonous even. The type one needs a cast iron stomach and full armour of God to survive engagement with … oops, hang on, I best do a safety check for chinks first …

  200. Tom

    I submit this as a chapter in my Masters thesis: Inside The Swampfilth Cranial Cavity — How Collectivism Rots The Brain. Via a UK-born acquaintance’s Spacechook page:

    Malcolm Tucker
    Yesterday at 2:51am

    You’ve backed me into a corner Mrs. May, but I’ve made up my mind. I could never in a million years vote for the lying, disabled shaming, wealth stripping, asset selling, homelessness doubling tories. I also couldn’t vote for the LibDems. Not just because they massively betrayed their voters by jumping into bed with the tories and enabling horrendous crippling austerity, but also because Tim Farron uses the bible, a work of fiction, as his moral compass. UKIP are certainly out of the question, not just because of their thinly veiled bigotry but because they’ve served their pupose and are now irrelevant. The Green vote is a wasted vote.

    That leaves me with Labour. 12 months ago I’d have been happy with that. I was still giving Jeremy Corbyn his 7th chance to pull something out of the bag, to prove that he’s a leader. It didn’t happen. He let me down.

    Labour is fucked, the party is divided and its leader weak, there’s absolutely no doubt about that, but I’ve missed votes in the past and regretted it, not this time. I can’t stand idly by and get lost in the apathetic fog that’s descending over the UK.

    We’re sick of votes, we’re sick of politics and we’re sick of lies but most importantly we’re sick of you.

    We’re sick of a crumbling NHS and it’s staff being treated like shit.

    We’re sick of seeing the living dead sprawled across our streets, high on Spice, because it’s their only relief from your inflicted hell.

    We’re sick of you treating our family members like second class citizens because they’ve only lived here for 40 years and you can’t ensure their security post Brexit.

    We’re sick of you meddling with our kids education structure and using them as guinea pigs.

    We’re sick of you driving our most vulnerable people to suicide and taking the word of a prick with a checklist over a doctor.

    The truth is we live in a democracy with two houses, the next leader isn’t all powerful like Kim Jong Un, we have checks and balances and safety nets.

    Jeremy Corbyn is not a leader and his party is a joke, but I’d take a mixture of incompetence and morals every time over an effective and vindictive shower of c***s any day, and I’ve no doubt in my mind that he will lose miserably but at least I’ll be able to look myself in the eye whilst brushing my teeth.

    My acquaintance, an ex-federal gummint tax hoover, described that as “penetrating and compelling”. Leftism really is a mental illness.

  201. Fisky

    Shut down the immigration scam now!

  202. Anne

    STIMPY! OUT!

    Good boy. 😀

  203. Top Ender

    Zulu, was in Paris twice over the last three years – red badges seemed to proliferate on the headgear of the armed services public patrollers everywhere.

    Must admit I could have got a better look when talking to three of them but my attention was diverted by the guardette.

  204. Robber Baron

    cohenite
    #2360287, posted on April 21, 2017 at 10:34 am
    English police take firm action against a muslim.

    I counted 11 “police” employees and 1 nutter.

    We all need to learn how to protect ourselves.

  205. H B Bear

    President Francois Hollande said he was convinced it was a terrorist attack.
    That’s a relief.

    No need to bother with the charades once you’re not seeking re-election.

  206. Tom

    AAP:

    The United States is preparing charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, CNN reports.

    Prosecutors had struggled to determine whether the First Amendment protected the Australian from prosecution but had now found a way to move forward, the officials familiar with the matter said.

  207. classical_hero

    https://youtu.be/6S-xPS0G5nY

    The Berkeley PD has a lot of explaining to do.

  208. Fisky

    The United States is preparing charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, CNN reports.

    Assange should have gotten a written guarantee from the Trump campaign in 2015. Big mistake Julian!

  209. JC

    The United States is preparing charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, CNN reports.

    He’s fucked.

  210. Fisky

    Trump is completely unpredictable. Live with it.

  211. Geriatric Mayfly

    Pope the poster boy for Muslims
    Hundreds of posters praising the Pope have been put up around Rome.
    The Oz

    Anyone surprised? Next it will be his Holiness the Supreme Grand Mufti, running the Rome franchise of Mecca.

  212. JC

    Assange should have gotten a written guarantee from the Trump campaign in 2015. Big mistake Julian!

    The DOJ is like a giant steam roller crushing everything in its path. He’s gonsky.

    It’s a talent to have pissed off every single Western government to the point where they want you dead without having killed anyone.

  213. incoherent rambler

    …but my attention was diverted by the guardette.

    The one with nice boots, 6′ 1″, blonde, blue eyes, slim, lovely smile, big gun, …?

  214. notafan

    I have found evidence that the old Walgett Bore Baths (the ones opened in 1933) were still operating and still segregated until at least 1965. After the Freedom Rides of that year they were de-segregated but apparently the blacks preferred to swim in the river

    Who cares?

    No-one disputed the existence of the Walgett Bore Baths or segregation in the first place.

    A recap iirc

    P was born in Walgett in 1940, moved to Sydney for four years (where she experienced terrible suffering from air raid sirens when she wasn’t riding her dinky), returned to Walgett in 1945 to experience a care free life, completely unsupervised, attending the movie theatre every morning and the Bore Baths every afternoon before returning to Sydney around 1947 , where from the age of seven, she was selling airplane tickets and frolicking around at the Bankstown airport for three years, then there is a mysterious four year gap in the life of P, next she is a 14 year old school leaver then a 15 year dishonor clerk at a famous bank enjoying the heady aroma of brewing beer at the nearby Tooths Tooheys brewery in-between jolly japes with her bestest friends on their bicycling outings.

    She then left the bank to follow in her mother’s footsteps and dedicated her life to caring for sick kiddies. So determined was she, she refused an offer a marriage from her one true love, a rocking Fender guitar owning music man of Dutch origin until one day she espy-ed him, from the vantage of the Hurstville railways bridge, where she was dallying with some of her nursing comrades, escorting another fair lady in the luxury of the Hillman Minx, her heart, finally plucked by the plectrum of true love, realised it was her own dear kiddies she really wanted, so she became an ex-nurse and married her own true love and lived happily every after, chatting regularly by telephone to her dear old gran who had moved to Walgett in 1912 as a blushing young bride (though forced to employ gin midwives because Walgett district hospital was wickedly segregated and she could have no bar of a colour bar*), and being regaled with stories of old Walgett days until dear gran turned 100 and the Bore Bath Storyteller was no more.

    *may be embroidery

  215. Fisky

    Assange should have fled to Russia when he had the chance.

  216. Bruce of Newcastle

    The United States is preparing charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, CNN reports.

    Are they? How amazing! Maybe that’s why he’s been in a sexless* Ecuadorean basement for the last half decade.

    * aside from Pamela Anderson

  217. Fisky, great work yesterday on immigration. I especially agree that living overseas makes one’s judgments much more prudent.

  218. You actually have to wonder what pathology is inspiring the people who make these dumb claims about medieval Europe. There were already established orders of higher learning, under the auspices of the church. Why on Earth would they get their inspiration from a group of people in Asia who they called “Saracens”, yet demonstrated very little understanding of? It’s just so, so dumb.

    But the problem is that Leftists HAVE to believe this garbage to maintain their weird little cult.

    Not only Leftists; many on the right are just as terrible.

  219. Tom

    Charges against Assange were inevitable after CIA director Mike Pompeo’s withering spray against him in last week’s speech.

  220. Anne

    JC
    #2360291, posted on April 21, 2017 at 10:37 am

    I think the Elites (Illuninati/ 13 Families/ Satan)

    WTF? Annie!!!

    JC, Christians believe Satan is behind the evil.

    JC
    #2360315, posted on April 21, 2017 at 11:02 am

    The United States is preparing charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, CNN reports.

    He’s fu**ed.

    It could work out fine.

    Assange has been living in captivity for 6 years.

    If he gets his day in Court the matter will be resolved.

    If found guilty, Trump may already have a plan to pardon him.

    Seems that’s his only shot at Freedom.

    I’m working on a painting in honour of Trump. It’s large, and gold. 😉

  221. Tailgunner

    The Berkeley PD has a lot of explaining to do.

    Excellent work, CH! Looks fairly cut&dried to me.

  222. Tom

    Hahaha- even elementary school dudes know FakeNews now!

    Thanks, Gunner. Straight into the remembery with that one! The lying leftoid ruling class is furious its propaganda doesn’t even work on schoolkids.

  223. Leo G

    I counted 11 “police” employees and 1 nutter.
    We all need to learn how to protect ourselves.

    New South Wales Police seem to know the meaning of protection.
    Several months ago I watched a local police operation aimed at capturing a suspected car thief. The unarmed offender was renting a house on a planned redevelopment site.
    About 65 police were involved, including three full riot squad units, and police under-cover as telecom and RMS contractors. The area, including a section of 4-lane highway, was closed to all other pedestrians and traffic for about 6 hours.
    It was the second similar operation at the same site in a year.

  224. JC

    Tailgunner
    #2360320, posted on April 21, 2017 at 11:04 am

    Hahaha- even elementary school dudes know FakeNews now!
    The MSM is done,get the forks 😀

    That’s hilarious. Good kid – every family should have one of those.

  225. stackja

    Leo G
    #2360331, posted on April 21, 2017 at 11:19 am
    I counted 11 “police” employees and 1 nutter.
    We all need to learn how to protect ourselves.

    New South Wales Police seem to know the meaning of protection.
    Several months ago I watched a local police operation aimed at capturing a suspected car thief. The unarmed offender was renting a house on a planned redevelopment site.
    About 65 police were involved, including three full riot squad units, and police under-cover as telecom and RMS contractors. The area, including a section of 4-lane highway, was closed to all other pedestrians and traffic for about 6 hours.
    It was the second similar operation at the same site in a year.

    How many compensation lawyers?

  226. Bruce of Newcastle

    You knew it was going to happen…Shorten goes after SMSFs. Can’t let the great unwashed manage their own super when enlightened union people can do it for them.

    Labor targets self-managed super funds and foreign investors in new housing affordability plan

    Get you super out as soon as you can, before Labor steals it.

  227. Tailgunner

    P was born in Walgett in 1940, moved to Sydney for four years (where she experienced terrible suffering from air raid sirens when she wasn’t riding her dinky), returned to Walgett in 1945 to experience a care free life

    Oh my sides!!
    😀
    😀
    😀
    Post of the Day,nota!

  228. Nick

    Nota, didn’t P also say that she had been an employee of some old, defunct airline that used old WW airstrips?

  229. notafan

    Nota, didn’t P also say that she had been an employee of some old, defunct airline that used old WW airstrips?

    I just remember that she was seven, though she did mention some allegedly famous name and regularly flying somewheres else, might have been Ettamogah?

  230. Nick

    Hadn’t she also been a nurse too?

  231. Senile Old Guy

    English police take firm action against a muslim.

    I counted 11 “police” employees and 1 nutter. We all need to learn how to protect ourselves.

    That is both embarrassing and scary. No tasers?

  232. notafan

    I got that bit in Nick ‘caring for sick kiddies’

  233. Des Deskperson

    Nathan, here’s the job that Former CEO of the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority, Kareena Arthy has been given in the ACT Public Service; from the ABC:

    “An all-staff email sent to ACT public servants shortly afterwards announced she would take on the role of deputy director-general of Enterprise Canberra — a body within the Economic Development portfolio tasked with improving the liveability and productivity of the city.

    Ms Arthy will begin the role on June 1.”

    Whatever political stunt may be behind the appointment, it is to a genuine ongoing job that recently became vacant – the previous occupant resigned after allegations of conflict of interest.

    As an economist, Ms Arthy seems also, prima facie, qualified for the job.

  234. Leo G

    How many compensation lawyers?

    I expect the compensation lawyers would be involved after the police have been through trauma counseling.

  235. JC

    JC, Christians believe Satan is behind the evil.

    I know how it feels. We have a Satanist living down the corner from us. She has purple hair and an angry dog.

  236. struth

    it is to a genuine ongoing job

    I know what you mean DD.
    But I would argue that the whole department is unnecessary , and therefore just high priced welfare.

  237. srr

    *Stimpson, for your mental health’s sake, scroll by*

    Now, Anne; I started to put this jolly little warning up against putting faith in man against God –

    Also Globalist Elites are buying up large swathes of New Zealand countryside. Nice and remote in case they accidentally nuke Europe and North America. 😉

    A N D … then … when they’re all sitting sniggering and sucking on their fat cigars … all the volcanoes, earthquakes etc of ‘The Shakey Isles’ go off, just after the last good Kiwi scarpers over to this massive, glorious, uniquely placed, uniquely diverse, uniquely rich, and globally unique stable land mass … 😉 … oops, sorry, am I time traveling again …

    Ring of Fire: countries constantly struck by volcanic eruptions and earthquakes
    THIS is the reason Japan and New Zealand are repeatedly struck by powerful earthquakes. And it’s just warming up.

    http://www.news.com.au/technology/environment/natural-wonders/ring-of-fire-countries-constantly-struck-by-volcanic-eruptions-and-earthquakes/news-story/fcc8ff2b943d019bc3a8ad12ed22ab8f
    [documentary at the bottom of the page]
    Why Can’t We Predict Earthquakes?
    Horizon finds out the reasons why earthquakes remain so difficult to predict.

    – but then I seemed to get my own little warning (pinged by earlier posts on NZ, the 5 Eyes, spies, that Key bloke etc. ? who knows), one I’ve had before, when having looked around things (that aren’t supposed to be known to be connected to the flat savoury topped breads circles), and put those specific things in google to search, google has instead sent me straight to –

    https://voat.co/v/p iz zagate

    where, like before, on that page (that does not share any search words), there is a thread (that also does not share any of the search words), addressing, in a warning sort of way, where my other posts and searches are leading –

    The circle is now complete: CIA and FBI “manhunt” is really an ADMISSION that they have the tools to plant files on computers. I suggested would happen over 3 weeks ago…

    Interesting times indeed, and why we should all fear God rather than Them.

  238. Anne

    The United States is preparing charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, CNN reports.

    Assange should have gotten a written guarantee from the Trump campaign in 2015. Big mistake Julian!

    So, Fisk, you think Assange’s attitude should have been:

    If I can’t be free it’s amageddon for everybody.

  239. srr

    *Stimpson, for your mental health’s sake, scroll by*

    Now, Anne; I started to put this jolly little warning up against putting faith in man against God –

    Also Globalist Elites are buying up large swathes of New Zealand countryside. Nice and remote in case they accidentally nuke Europe and North America. 😉

    A N D … then … when they’re all sitting sniggering and sucking on their fat cigars … all the volcanoes, earthquakes etc of ‘The Shakey Isles’ go off, just after the last good Kiwi scarpers over to this massive, glorious, uniquely placed, uniquely diverse, uniquely rich, and globally unique stable land mass … 😉 … oops, sorry, am I time traveling again …

    Ring of Fire: countries constantly struck by volcanic eruptions and earthquakes
    THIS is the reason Japan and New Zealand are repeatedly struck by powerful earthquakes. And it’s just warming up.

    http://www.news.com.au/technology/environment/natural-wonders/ring-of-fire-countries-constantly-struck-by-volcanic-eruptions-and-earthquakes/news-story/fcc8ff2b943d019bc3a8ad12ed22ab8f
    [documentary at the bottom of the page]
    Why Can’t We Predict Earthquakes?
    Horizon finds out the reasons why earthquakes remain so difficult to predict.

    – but then I seemed to get my own little warning (pinged by earlier posts on NZ, the 5 Eyes, spies, that Key bloke etc. ? who knows), one I’ve had before, when having looked around things (that aren’t supposed to be known to be connected to the flat savoury topped breads circles), and put those specific things in google to search, google has instead sent me straight to –

    https:// v o a t . c o / v / p i z z a g a t e [went into moderation, so close the spaces]

    where, like before, on that page (that does not share any search words), there is a thread (that also does not share any of the search words), addressing, in a warning sort of way, where my other posts and searches are leading –

    The circle is now complete: CIA and FBI “manhunt” is really an ADMISSION that they have the tools to plant files on computers. I suggested would happen over 3 weeks ago…

    Interesting times indeed, and why we should all fear God rather than Them.

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