Open Forum: December 30, 2017

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  1. told through karaoke, mime, poetry, and interpretive dance

    Given the choice, most would choose BeauGan’s rope.

  2. Infidel Tiger 2.0 (Premium Content Subscribers Only)

    I just did an online IQ test that gave me a score of 131.2. I must be Chinese.

    It said it couldn’t really know my true IQ until I gave it my Facebook details.

    I was smart enough not to do that.

  3. Stimpson J. Cat

    Already been tried. Christopher Langan claiming to have the highest IQ on the planet has come out with the Theory of Everything.

    Look Chris tried hard.
    He’s nearly there.
    Unfortunately he’s sane which means he has to guess a lot if it.

  4. EvilElvis

    Just been for a trip to a new GP with two of my boys. Woman, Malaysian (?), not overly social, I’d expect more used to dealing with female issues.

    Still managed to come out feeling financially raped with a raft of paperwork underarm and the promise of expensive follow up to come. $200 subsidised ultrasound for an Achilles problem, FMD. It’s no wonder blokes don’t do doctor’s. Better off taking a wander out bush and let nature take its course..

  5. harrys on the boat

    The head of the AMA in WA is Michael Gannon, who was obstetrician for our kids – loves his cricket, I regularly see him at the WACA, loves his footy, Eagles and East Perth man like myself. So I ask that his life be spared, and be beaten and tortured instead.

  6. EvilElvis

    Poignant timing there, Harry. Haha

  7. Stimpson J. Cat

    Just been for a trip to a new GP with two of my boys. Woman, Malaysian

    I find it hard to feel comfortable with a wamen doctor until she has checked my prostate.
    It’s a trust issue.

  8. cohenite

    KRudd and Waffleworth are both highly defective narcissists. Gillard was a psychopathic union ganster’s moll. Abbott is filled with Catholic guilt.

    Excellent analysis.

  9. John Constantine

    The Rudd filth selected a thousand elite Australians for his 2020 summit.

    If 2020 comes around and it turns out they got nothing right, there’s your list right there.

  10. EvilElvis

    I find it hard to feel comfortable with a wamen doctor until she has checked my prostate.
    It’s a trust issue.

    Been there, done that Stimpy.

    Maybe that’s why I’m never satisfied now…

  11. Tel

    Still managed to come out feeling financially raped with a raft of paperwork underarm and the promise of expensive follow up to come. $200 subsidised ultrasound for an Achilles problem, FMD. It’s no wonder blokes don’t do doctor’s. Better off taking a wander out bush and let nature take its course..

    My recommendation for anything structural (bones, joints, tendon, nerves, back, arteries, etc) find a reasonable Osteopath and talk to them about it. Also, try to find someone roughly a match to your own body size… that is to say, if you are a big guy then in order to bend various bits back into shape you need an Osteopath of at least sufficient strength (they not only need to give it a bend, they need to remain cleanly in control of that which requires more than the bare minimum strength).

    In the specific case of the Achilles, very, very often a persistent pain spot that never seems to get better is because you are walking wrong… could be some muscles are overly tight, you need to stretch more, or your balance is off, or you get in the habit of favouring some muscles and now you don’t notice. Stress in the body always redistributes and somehow the Achilles tends to be at the receiving end.

  12. one old bruce

    Thanks Stimpy, for your wit. My first NY belly laugh.

    My old male doctor was more nervous giving me a prost exam than me. I guess I do look a bit intimidating.

  13. notafan

    I do not understand how the LNP are not caning Labor in Victoria.

    Guy is a squish.

    He should be promising a new coal plant and be loud and proud on East West Link.

    Putting Hopper’s crossing rail crossing under ground would by another vote winner.

    #nosafeschoolsforVictoria #lawandorder

  14. John Constantine

    We see the death rate in the middle east of rulers that oppose the agenda of the caliphate.

    So far in Australia, the quisling political class that pay the caliphate to establish settlements of Faithful Cousins in every Australian town and city are currently untouchable.

    The politician that actually sets back the funding and massive growth of the Australian caliphate will be targeted like Salman Rushdie.

    And his family.

    High stakes game, inviting in a horde through your City gates big enough to destroy your domestic enemies has always ended in the horde taking everything.

    Comrades.

    (The left would be happy to write off every one of their proles, as long as the left elite can rule as satraps)

  15. Infidel Tiger 2.0 (Premium Content Subscribers Only)

    The head of the AMA in WA is Michael Gannon, who was obstetrician for our kids – loves his cricket, I regularly see him at the WACA, loves his footy, Eagles and East Perth man like myself. So I ask that his life be spared, and be beaten and tortured instead.

    He’s the best of a bad bunch, however… He’s a busy body, an abortion fanatic and a doctor.

    Sorry.

  16. struth

    A deep and destructive recession is the ONLY remedy for what ails Australia, sad to say. It’s the ONLY thing that has any hope to put our economic state in perspective, focus us on priorities and trivialise the greenleft slime in the eyes of brain dead punters. Our slow painful slide into Venestralia is assured if nothing occurs to shock the electorate into putting priorities first. Currently, the population ponzi supports the status quo and that will be even more oppressive as the economy hollows out and Govt’s share of GDP and the employed grows ever larger.

    That’s not will happen thanks to our education system.
    Trump or similar (middle age white men, untaped penises and hate speech, playing marbles, paying cash, eating food requiring a knife fork, or spoon) will be blamed and policy will tilt harder and faster to the left as it goes, as history has shown us in other socialist shitholes around the world.

    They got at our kids and have had free run with brainwashing for over thirty years, and no one gave a shit.
    It’s too late.
    A mere devastating recession will be blamed on Pauline Hanson, and more of the same leftism implemented harder and faster.

  17. Nick

    He should be promising a new coal plant and be loud and proud on East West Link.
    Putting Hopper’s crossing rail crossing under ground would by another vote winner.
    #nosafeschoolsforVictoria #lawandorder

    It’s a no brainer isn’t it ?

  18. EvilElvis

    Tel
    #2599201, posted on January 2, 2018 at 5:02 pm

    Thanks, Tel.

    Haven’t gone the osteo route yet, is it good value? I’m with you on the size matters (hat tip, ladies 😉), I’m 6’5″, about 120kg. Luckily I identify as a petite daisy frollicking fairy so any Asian ring in should be able to straighten me out.

  19. struth

    It is and has always been about who controls the narrative.
    It has always been so.
    The left have the narrative sown up in every classroom in the land.
    Ane not just soft left.
    Hard anti western Marxism, that makes young white males top themselves in large numbers, or try to change their sex and colour to escape being a white male.
    No one fights this as they flood these white western men with porn.

    They have the narrative sown up in the MSM.

    They have the internet fairly well under their control.

    And we pay for it all.

  20. Stimpson J. Cat

    He’s the best of a bad bunch, however… He’s a busy body, an abortion fanatic and a doctor.

    Do we know his position on euthanizing the mentally ill?
    Asking for a friend.

  21. Makka

    That’s not will happen thanks to our education system.

    It certainly will as long as it’s bad enough. Blame who they like it won’t matter when they are deep in shit and have to think and work their way out over years. Recessions have a very cleansing effect if you experience one bad enough. It brings clarity to the mind, purpose to your efforts and I’m sure enough of the electorate will wake up to what are the priorities of a sound economy.

    We saw KRudd blow billions on the last one. Turdball will be worse.

  22. JC

    Asking for a friend.

    That’s similar to the ridiculous comment Grigoiley made when he suggested I wasn’t really posting comments to twitter and pretending to. His friends told him I wasn’t. His friends…. who are on Twitter. Grigsaouely hasn’t had a friend in his life.

  23. JC

    Garofloey…

    Friends say you are remind them of Buffalo Bill, the serial killer in Silence of the Lambs. Friends say that. Several in fact.

  24. JC

    It’s a useless country at times. Just useless.

    Major US airports including Atlanta and JFK were hit by major delays on Monday.
    The delay was caused by the country’s immigration system going down for two hours.
    The outage ended at 9.30PM EST.

  25. Stimpson J. Cat

    That’s similar to the ridiculous comment Grigoiley made when he suggested I wasn’t really posting comments to twitter and pretending to.

    I have mentally ill friends. Most of them are very nice.
    Not like me. I do need to catch up with them though.
    You tend to fall out of touch when enduring an extended period of sanity.

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  27. Mater

    I have mentally ill friends. Most of them are very nice.
    Not like me. I do need to catch up with them though.
    You tend to fall out of touch when enduring an extended period of sanity.

    Especially when they share the same body! 😉

  28. Baldrick

    JC
    #2599212, posted on January 2, 2018 at 5:47 pm
    That’s similar to the ridiculous comment Grigoiley made when he suggested I wasn’t really posting comments to twitter and pretending to. His friends told him I wasn’t. His friends…. who are on Twitter. Grigsaouely hasn’t had a friend in his life.

    JC, Rae’s ‘friends’ on Twitter are himself:
    @libby_zee
    @grigory_m

  29. rickw

    Black lady says it how it is about T:

    What a lady!

  30. cohenite

    Must be interesting at any alp reunion where Latham turns up:

    Lost in the recent media coverage about the Republic issue, was a very telling historical fact. In the Keating Government’s Cabinet Papers, Paul Keating was implacably opposed to a popularly-elected Australian President. Even though the Government’s opinion polling showed that 91% of Australians wanted to directly elect their own President under a Republic, and only 5% wanted a parliamentary appointee, Keating supported the parliamentary election model.

    He has since described the popular election of a President as “a complete disaster”, saying that it would take power away from the executive government and “we could end up with a Donald Trump personality as the singular presidential person in Australia, drawing all the political power to him.”

    This is an extraordinary admission. Keating does not trust the people. He wants us to vote in a Republic but not vote for our own President. He wants to leave it to the parliament to make an insiders’ appointment. This is a shockingly arrogant position which leaves the Keating Republican model dead in the water.

    It has minimal public support, meaning it will never be carried at a referendum (as we saw in 1999). The only Republic the Australian people will endorse is a directly-elected President.

    This is the big problem with the Australian Republican Movement. It is run by elites like Keating, Malcolm Turnbull and Peter FitzSimons (with his silly Red Bandana cut off below). None of them trust the people. They are trying to use us to pass a Republican referendum, then wipe us when it comes to voting for a President. It’s an insiders’ con-job.

    When it comes to appointing heads of state, there is no evidence governments make better decisions that the people. Just look at Bill Shorten’s mother-in-law, or the pious Billy Deane, or scandal-ridden Peter Hollingworth, or treacherous John Kerr.

    We should never be conned by these political elites. I’ve always supported a Republic with a directly elected President. I trust the people to get it right, and I’m sure they would.

    The issue is not as important as big concerns about energy security, power prices and fighting Islamic terrorism, but I think it’s useful to record these facts, especially in light of Keating’s atrocious views.
    He wants to be the Father of an Australian Republic, but instead, he’s turned into an arrogant joke.

  31. Makka

    None of them trust the people. They are trying to use us to pass a Republican referendum, then wipe us when it comes to voting for a President. It’s an insiders’ con-job.

    They loathe us. Our usefulness lasts as long as we can pay taxes to keep the parasites in their full troughs. The feeling is entirely mutual.

  32. DrBeauGan

    Latham has more sense and exhibits less corruption than most in the political class.

  33. Eyrie

    Via samizdat.net
    “Ordinary people can’t be trusted to make the right decisions about what’s best for themselves and others. That’s why we need government to decide for them.”

    “And who will we trust to decide who these government officials are?”

    “Ordinary people, of course. It’s only fair.”

    I hope you see the irony here.

    – T.K.Coleman

  34. Geriatric Mayfly

    Has anyone in the high profile US Media uttered a single word of praise, endorsement, encouragement, relief or gratitude in the same sentence as Donald Trump?

  35. DrBeauGan

    “And who will we trust to decide who these government officials are?”

    Mostly the busybodies are self appointed. It’s a mistake to restrict the hanging from lamp-posts to politicians. The rot is deeper than that. The AHRC and IT’s AMA and all Green councillors just for starters.

  36. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    They loathe us. Our usefulness lasts as long as we can pay taxes to keep the parasites in their full troughs. The feeling is entirely mutual.

    There’s an old Boer proverb that translates as “Pay your taxes, and look polite, is the law of the Transvaal.” That’s our sole function in life.

  37. Me262

    So we’re on holiday at Phillip Island here in Victoriastan.
    To get here we traveled the Monash freeway. Now VicRoads are doing works on the freeway at this ‘quiet time ‘ – fair enough.
    However when we left the day after Boxing Day the works were on the outbound lanes. Had a nice 20 min traffic jam to start our holiday. Now I learn that when we return home tomorrow the works will be on the inbound lanes, so we’ll cop another delay.
    You would have thought that they might have scheduled the works the other way around given that there would be many going off on holiday after Christmas ( like us) and then returning again to start work next week.
    VicRoads have really done thier best to inconvenience people.
    Is it just me, or am I missing some warped logic here?

  38. Oh come on

    JC, Rae’s ‘friends’ on Twitter are himself:
    @libby_zee
    @grigory_m

    Dear lord he’s a fucking weirdo. Do you think he thinks that if he sticks around, people will finally decide they like his quirks?

    No, Grigs. It isn’t going to work that way. The thing is that you’ve got the charisma and likeability of a genital wart.

  39. Bruce of Newcastle

    Must be interesting at any alp reunion where Latham turns up

    Persona non grata I should think since he now clearly identifies as a righty.

    Real Mark Latham‏
    @RealMarkLatham

    Why do Lefties hate free speech? I’m blocked by Little Troy Bramston, PVO, Phillip Adams, Josh Bornstein, Osman Faruqi, Peter FitzSimons, Kristina Keneally, Emma Alberici, Julia Baird, Van Badham and Leigh Sales, that I know of.
    Why so scared?

    1:57 PM – 30 Dec 2017

    I hope he comes by the Cat from time to time, he’d be most welcome!

  40. thefrolickingmole

    frollicking fairy so any Asian ring in

    Are we back on safe schools again??

  41. Nick

    I’d be interested to see some names mentioned by Cats in terms of:

    1. Who they think our betters would nominate as President
    2. Who they think a popular election would endorse.

  42. Muddy

    frollicking fairy so any Asian ring in

    Are we back on safe schools again??

    There’s none of that in Tiyght Ayness, southern Wales.

  43. Joe

    The only “President” I would accept is one randomly chosen from citizens born in Australia to parents who were also born in Australia and who had spent less then 1% of their life overseas.

  44. Muddy

    1. Who they think our betters would nominate as President
    Hmmm, who is indigenous, female, gay, and Fridgelamic?

  45. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    I’d be interested to see some names mentioned by Cats in terms of:

    1. Who they think our betters would nominate as President
    2. Who they think a popular election would endorse.

    1 – Julia Gillard, Kevin Rudd, Quentin Bryce, Kim Beazely, Gillian Triggs, Tim Solarpanelrebate.

    2 – Kylie Minogue or Adam Goodes.

  46. DrBeauGan

    The only “President” I would accept is one randomly chosen from citizens born in Australia to parents who were also born in Australia and who had spent less then 1% of their life overseas.

    I’d prefer Donald Trump. When he’s finished fixing up the US of A.

  47. EvilElvis

    frollicking fairy so any Asian ring in

    Are we back on safe schools again??

    Nothing’s safe when I identify as the petite frollicking fairy… 😉

  48. stackja

    Labor MPs warn voters will punish the Andrews Government if it does not tackle gang crime
    Cassie Zervos, Tom Minear, Genevieve Alison, Herald Sun
    January 2, 2018 3:10pm
    Subscriber only
    AS police label Melbourne’s out-of-control African teen thugs “street gangs” and vow to lock up dangerous and violent offenders, leaders from the African community have hit back at criticism by Malcolm Turnbull that Victoria is facing a “gang violence” issue.

    African leaders say the Prime Minister should “man up” and support the community rather than passing the blame.

    South Sudanese community spokesman Richard Deng said the African community should not be used as a political tool to win elections.

    “The Prime Minister needs to man up and support the African community,” he said.

  49. jupes

    Don’t be silly Zulu.

    The punters hate Adam Goodes and the politicians hate Kevin Rudd.

  50. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    1. Who they think our betters would nominate as President

    Yassmin Axle Magpie, Sarah Sea Patrol, Kristine Keneally..so much mediocrity to choose from..

  51. stackja

    Rita Panahi: A trip to Tarneit is a must for head-in-the-sand Lefties
    Rita Panahi, Herald Sun
    January 2, 2018 4:26pm
    Subscriber only
    WHAT happened when a mild-mannered, soy latte-sipping progressive visited the Ecoville Community Park in Tarneit?

    It didn’t take long for Herald Sun journalist Aaron Langmaid to become the target of abuse and threats of violence from a gang of African youths, who are terrorising local residents.

    The usual head-in-the-sand Lefties eager to paint media reports of the ethnic gang crisis in Melbourne as “racist” or “bigoted” should visit Tarneit and speak to the locals.

    Those who are living in fear are typically law-abiding migrants.

    “They are out of control,’’ Paul Singh, 34, told the Herald Sun.“They should be punished or sent home. But here they are — not scared of anybody.

    “It’s terror — terror for our kids, our families, and our wives. I always feel scared, and these guys are getting away with it.’’

    “I went for a walk through the park and they were watching me,’’ Harish Rai said. “I heard them laughing and then they came from nowhere. They punched and kicked me. I used to walk every day. Now I know not to.”

    “You just don’t know what to expect next because every time we hear noises, you are afraid to come outside,” Linah Simukai said. “We just stay indoors because we don’t know what is happening, people fighting. Mostly I see the South Sudanese guys — they are the ones that I see.”

  52. jupes

    “The Prime Minister needs to man up and support the African community,” he said.

    No the Prime Minister needs to man up and send the African community back to Africa.

  53. Nick

    Thanks Zulu, a few of them were on my list.

  54. Oh come on

    True, Jupes. The pollies love and the punters do hate Goodes. But punters and pollies hate Rudd. Everyone hates Rudd. That’s why he’s moved to NY and is trying to take over the world via the UN, the creepy little freak.

  55. Bruce of Newcastle

    1. Lucy Turnbull
    2. Gen. Cosgrove

  56. Geriatric Mayfly

    Iced vovos, I seem to recall often get a mention here, or was it iced vuvuzelas? Anyhow, today they were but $2.00 a pack and have having see them win high praise on the Cat, I bought some for my bird feeder. The yellow faced honey eaters are picking off the icing, which is the height of bad manners. The scrub wrens, thornbills, silver eyes and blue wrens fancy the crumbs, more so than the sugar hit. From where I sit, a rope extends through the window into the lemon tree which overhangs the feeder, and at the first sign of a blackbird or sparrow, I give it a mighty tug and the lemon tree erupts. The said tree is huge and there be monsters in its darkened confines. These feral bandits rarely return.

  57. Muddy

    Enablers.
    Identify.
    Neutralise.

  58. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    2 – Major General Michael Jefferys. State Governor of Western Australia, and a mover and shaker.

  59. Infidel Tiger 2.0 (Premium Content Subscribers Only)

    It didn’t take long for Herald Sun journalist Aaron Langmaid to become the target of abuse and threats of violence from a gang of African youths, who are terrorising local residents.

    The usual head-in-the-sand Lefties eager to paint media reports of the ethnic gang crisis in Melbourne as “racist” or “bigoted” should visit Tarneit and speak to the locals.

    Those who are living in fear are typically law-abiding migrants.

    “They are out of control,’’ Paul Singh, 34, told the Herald Sun.“They should be punished or sent home. But here they are — not scared of anybody.

    “It’s terror — terror for our kids, our families, and our wives. I always feel scared, and these guys are getting away with it.’’

    “I went for a walk through the park and they were watching me,’’ Harish Rai said. “I heard them laughing and then they came from nowhere. They punched and kicked me. I used to walk every day. Now I know not to.”

    “You just don’t know what to expect next because every time we hear noises, you are afraid to come outside,” Linah Simukai said. “We just stay indoors because we don’t know what is happening, people fighting. Mostly I see the South Sudanese guys — they are the ones that I see.”

    Never mind the quality, feel the multiculturalism.

    Toilet.

  60. Baldrick

    1. Who they think our betters would nominate as President
    2. Who they think a popular election would endorse.

    1. Tracey Spicer
    2. Tracey Spicer

  61. Stimpson J. Cat

    The only “President” I would accept is one randomly chosen from citizens born in Australia to parents who were also born in Australia and who had spent less then 1% of their life overseas.

    I wouldn’t expect you to call me President, Joe.
    Prez is fine.
    My reign would be innovative and agile, and marked by mysterious Commie kickings.

  62. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    For Traveller Lizzy, Muddy and Top Ender, Pipes & Drums of 5/6 RVR (Old Vic Scottish Regiment) will be seen in the 2018 Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. They are busy practising and fund raising

    Thanks, Macbeth. Just dropped in to catch up with the day here. We will look out for them.

    I need a bath, with a scented Christmas bath bomb in it. The last of the birthday party guests and their parents have just left, (the parents sober enough now to drive because I was very parsimonious with the alcohol). We had ice-cream cake and chocolate cake and other goodies, and plenty of entertainments. The clearing up is all done. Hairy will return shortly from the gym to which he escaped an hour ago.

    I feel that life can at last return to something like normal. Whatever that is. I see you have all been playing fantasy exterminations here. So were all the little boys at our party; one got me on the forehead with his exterminator gun after having been told five times we don’t point loaded guns at people. He released the catch ‘by mistake’. Just too thrilling a prospect, I suspect. He was mortified after the event though as I let out an almighty oowwwwwwww (the rubber tip did sting and I could have ended up with a black eye). Hairy confiscated it for ten minutes. The kid apologized and it was returned in due course. A lesson learned, we hope, to be transferred to any real gun he is ever in charge of as a grown up. We are not against kids having guns, but require them to be sensible with them, even as toys.

  63. thefrolickingmole

    Rudd loses office.
    Grigs appears at the cat…

    Join the dots people…

  64. 132andBush

    I think you nailed it, Zulu with the Kylie/Goodes post.

    With either system we get a blathering idiot. I don’t trust the Australian population to get it right, not these days. I cite the election of that snivelling dweeb, Krudd as my evidence.

  65. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    A lesson learned, we hope, to be transferred to any real gun he is ever in charge of as a grown up. We are not against kids having guns, but require them to be sensible with them, even as toys.

    Sound practice, Lizzie B, but Hairy was far more lenient then my parents ever were. One of my siblings had a toy pistol confiscated , permanently, for such a breach.

  66. testpattern

    Libertarians and Anarchists in Timor and Newcastle

    ‘The underground work of the anarchists in Timor and their “deep anti-nationalistic aspirations” aroused the concern of the Portuguese authorities . They were also accused of “prejudicial influence” on the local population and in support of the riots of non-Europeans. In 1933, the group was discovered and destroyed; the archive and the printer were confiscated by the authorities and a group of activists was arrested and taken to the arrest of the island of Atauro (including Pereira Vaz and J. Castelo, who arrived in 1927, the locksmith Cesar de Castro, in 1931, Manuel Quintas, João Maria Major). They were sentenced to forced labor in a limestone pit…

    ..Pereira dos Santos was arrested in Batugade for writing texts on “the conditions in which the natives meet”. Later, as a member of the Libertarian Alliance, he was also transferred to Atauro.’

    ‘After the end of World War II … 562 of the evacuees to Australia returned from Newcastle to Dili on the “Angola” ship. .. The Portuguese authorities announced in 1945 the expulsion of the colony from the deportees who still remained in Timor or who returned from Australia.’

    https://colectivolibertarioevora.wordpress.com/2017/12/29/historia-do-anarquismo-em-timor-leste/

  67. Muddy

    For Traveller Lizzy, Muddy and Top Ender, Pipes & Drums of 5/6 RVR (Old Vic Scottish Regiment) will be seen in the 2018 Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. They are busy practising and fund raising .

    Thanks Lizzie for reposting MacBeth’s comment which I had missed. I’ll have to break my TV abstinence for that one. So that’s where MacBeth served under G.W. I was wondering about that.

  68. zyconoclast

    Just been for a trip to a new GP with two of my boys. Woman, Malaysian

    I find it hard to feel comfortable with a wamen doctor until she has checked my prostate.
    It’s a trust issue.

    Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s partner, Tim Mathieson, has apologised after making a joke about Asian women and prostate examinations during a speech at The Lodge

    Mr Mathieson is a men’s health ambassador and was encouraging the crowd to get prostate checks.

    He then suggested men should look for a small, female, Asian doctor to perform the examination.

    “We can get a blood test for it, but the digital examination is the only true way to get a correct reading on your prostate, so make sure you go and do that, and perhaps look for a small, Asian, female doctor is probably the best way,” he said.

  69. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Two of the sweetest little fledgling Kookaburras were sitting on the wall where I keep my Currawong anti-pooping-on-the-pathway device, a realistic plastic snake, which has done sterling work freaking out human visitors during the festive season. The Kookas seemed bemused that the snake wasn’t acting in a very snake-like fashion. So they upped their tails and deposited a load on it and sat looking hopefully at it for half an hour. Kookas like to take snakes to high places and drop them to finish them off after a bit of a bashing up. They they eat them.

    Seems my fake snake subverted all instincts in the Kookas. They were at a loss as to what to do next. We’ve tried everything we know, they seemed to be saying.

  70. DrBeauGan

    The extermination game needs to be played hard. Pinochet was a softie.

  71. testpattern

    Australian racism undermines war effort cont

    ‘In Darwin, in early February 1945, there was a “crisis” when “most” of the Timorese “were offended by the unfortunate striking by an Australian officer of João Bublic and decided that the Army was not the most ideal way to employ their time” – and became “dissenters”. An LMS Progress Report noted however that: “2LT Brandao restored morale – three operators who three weeks ago asked to be sent home after an incident with LT Holland, now express regret and request to be allowed to stay.” At about this time, the Portuguese manager of the Timorese GDs at Leanyer (south of Darwin) protested “with certain justification about the treatment of his GDs – and was evicted to LMS by the CO with the word ‘half caste’ ringing in his ears.” The disenchantment of the Timorese appears to have continued. In March 1945 when Sousa Santos visited LMS, there were no Timorese volunteers for his OP STARLING into western Portuguese Timor – and no volunteers for the subsequent illfated operation into Oecussi (OP SUNABLE) or for Captain Wynne’s OP SUNCOB. From March 1945, several Timorese wrote to Consul Laborinho seeking release from SRD employment’

    https://www.scribd.com/doc/29688334/Forgotten-Men-Timorese-in-Special-Operations-during-World-War-II

  72. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    With either system we get a blathering idiot. I don’t trust the Australian population to get it right, not these days. I cite the election of that snivelling dweeb, Krudd as my evidence.

    That’s the reservation I have. I don’t trust the appointment by Parliament – popular election is the lesser of two evils, although we may end up with an entertainer, a sporting personality or a social justice warrior. I don’t know how the President of Singapore is chosen/elected, but I do know that only someone fulfilling certain qualifications can fill the position. IIRC, C.E.O. of a company turning over so many million dollars, or a judge of the High Court of Singapore are two qualifications.

  73. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Sound practice, Lizzie B, but Hairy was far more lenient then my parents ever were. One of my siblings had a toy pistol confiscated , permanently, for such a breach.

    When it’s a party, at yours, and it’s someone else’s kid, you have to control your responses. Hairy was on a fairly tight leash from me re this. Especially these days, when the parents can turn feral if you upset the little darlings too much. He did escape after this to the gym to throw his weight around a bit there. 🙂

  74. entropy

    At least a pommy monarch is disinterested and leaves us alone.

  75. zyconoclast

    No the Prime Minister needs to man up and send the African community back to Africa.

    A deportation lead recovery.
    Excellent.

  76. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    With either system we get a blathering idiot. I don’t trust the Australian population to get it right, not these days. I cite the election of that snivelling dweeb, Krudd as my evidence.

    I like the hereditary principle best; it doesn’t matter who it is then as long as they keep away from politics and simply open events and award awards. If you appoint or elect anyone else they will have tabs on themselves from their past achievements, which they will wish to crown with their own virtues. Nah.

  77. 132andBush

    . I don’t know how the President of Singapore is chosen/elected, but I do know that only someone fulfilling certain qualifications can fill the position. IIRC, C.E.O. of a company turning over so many million dollars, or a judge of the High Court of Singapore are two qualifications.

    Which leaves a VERY small mob to select from in this country.
    Maybe Gina?

  78. Goanna


    VicRoads have really done thier best to inconvenience people.
    Is it just me, or am I missing some warped logic here?

    Vic Roads would be considered after the CFMEU.

  79. Muddy

    When you view the world with racist eyeballs, all you ever see is racism.
    The moon is racist. Salt is racist. The whites of my eyes are … hang on. I’m a racist!

  80. Infidel Tiger 2.0 (Premium Content Subscribers Only)

    No the Prime Minister needs to man up and send the African community back to Africa.

    Yep. We have enough home grown malingerers and crims without needing to import them.

  81. cohenite

    jupes

    #2599247, posted on January 2, 2018 at 6:46 pm

    “The Prime Minister needs to man up and support the African community,” he said.

    No the Prime Minister needs to man up and send the African community back to Africa.

    Correct. Who started this mass importation of Sudanese thugs?

  82. MsDolittle

    find a reasonable Osteopath and talk to them about it.

    If you can afford an osteopath or chiropractor, you can afford a bigger co-payment for your GP visit. Of course GPs order too many butt covering tests but that aside, as soon as a patient tells me their kinesiologist told them to …. I dunno, slap themselves with fish… I jack their bill up 10%.

  83. Geriatric Mayfly

    testpattern returns. Batten down the hatches.

  84. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Correct. Who started this mass importation of Sudanese thugs?

    Dunno, but didn’t Kevin Andrews try to reduce the intake, and didn’t the howler monkeys scream “racism” very loudly?

  85. Rabz

    Correct. Who started this mass importation of Sudanese thugs?

    Li’l Johnny HoWARd, Ruddock and Fat Mandy V.

    The stupid.frigging.gliberals, in other words.

  86. Infidel Tiger 2.0 (Premium Content Subscribers Only)

    Correct. Who started this mass importation of Sudanese thugs?

    John Howard.

    He sold everyone a pup by saying he was stopping the boats. He knew plane trips were much faster and imported a few million third worlders instead. Another 300,000 arriving every year.

  87. Stimpson J. Cat

    I’m a racist!

    It’s OK to be White Muddy, in the same way it’s OK to be mentally ill.

  88. Bruce of Newcastle

    the Prime Minister needs to man up and send the African community back to Africa

    No. African nurses are a wonderful blessing and we need them. Sadly that means the RSA system loses their best but in turn the nurses over here support families in Africa.

    The problem is bringing damaged young men who have no inclination to work since no one in their experience has ever done so. But why would you work and create capital when the bandits steal everything? I am sad that these people are so damaged but importing them just causes the chaos to come here too. Better to support mobs like MERF in Lokichoggio, who train pastors for service in SS. Change hearts, change the country. Nothing much else works.

  89. Infidel Tiger 2.0 (Premium Content Subscribers Only)

    IT Hyper bowl.

    Prove me wrong.

  90. Mater

    If you can afford an osteopath or chiropractor, you can afford a bigger co-payment for your GP visit. Of course GPs order too many butt covering tests but that aside, as soon as a patient tells me their kinesiologist told them to ….

    My Phrenologist told me that Osteopaths, Chiropractors and Kinesiologists are quacks!

  91. Rae

    Two of the sweetest little fledgling Kookaburras were sitting on the wall

    One was sitting in my neighbours tree yesterday afternoon, trying to laugh like the adult Kookies do. Sounded like a heavy smoker having a cough.

  92. Rabz

    Chiropractors

    AKA “Chiroquacktors”.

  93. stackja

    IT will never accept any opposing view.

  94. testpattern

    ‘the Prime Minister needs to man up and send the African community back to Africa’

    I’m just as concerned about the white africans in WA. Not that many of them but they tend to ghettoise, unlike black africans from RSA and Zim, of whom there are far more in Perth. The whites even have their own school, which has in a very short time developed a reputation for hosting the most racist students in the city. A friend of ours, a Brit doctor, sent his son there when they first migrated, and took him out shortly after. They even have their own Afrikaaans language church services where white supremacy continues to be biblically justified. I used to think their kids would be better than the parents and assimilate as good Aussies – I’d seen evidence from early white african migrants – but I’m not convinced now. Anyway, at least until the evidence is in, we should stop white african immigration as a precautionary measure.

  95. Muddy

    It’s OK to be White Muddy, in the same way it’s OK to be mentally ill.

    Thanks, Stimpy. You are the majestic decaying carcass of … something. Nope. It’s gone.
    Sigh.
    Sooo, how’s that weather, huh?

  96. nemkat

    The war in South Sudan finished years ago.
    Time for these people to go home.
    We owe them nothing, never have, and expecting IQ 70 Africans to turn into Western Europeans with 2,000 years of respect for order and other people’s property is a fool’s errand.

  97. nilk

    This is Australia.
    You wouldn’t be able to even see them for all the flies.
    Imagine the smell.
    Just disgusting.

    Nah, Stimp. Given that I work near a landfill, I can guarantee that you get used to the smell. It can get pretty ripe, but you do survive it.

  98. cohenite

    I’m just as concerned about the white africans in WA.

    Adequate piss taking.

  99. Mater

    I used to think their kids would be better than the parents and assimilate as good Aussies – I’d seen evidence from early white african migrants – but I’m not convinced now.

    Are they running around chopping through front doors with machetes?

  100. Infidel Tiger 2.0 (Premium Content Subscribers Only)

    IT will never accept any opposing view.

    IT accepts facts.

  101. Fisky

    Wow the Wussia narrative is falling harder than Hillary during one of her many seizures. What a total own goal by the Deep State.

  102. herodotus

    Matt Thistlethwaite (ALP) says on Sky that they’ll take the Republic debate to the universities!
    Way to go.
    Graham Richardson used to say that any time he went into unknown territory out in electorate land, the first stop he made to suss out the demography was the local teachers. No surprises.

  103. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Are they running around chopping through front doors with machetes?

    Most of the Saffies and Rhodies I know are living where Australians don’t want to live, and doing the jobs Australians don’t want to do.

  104. herodotus

    The wussia narrative may be a dead duck in reality, but the media in all directions left/right/centre seem to be reinforcing the Downer story just by mentioning it with insufficient detail.

  105. Fisky

    Obama to Medvedev – “I’ll have more flexibility after the election”.

    Unleashes Putin’s mullah allies, 1/2 dead across Syria/Iraq, tips off Iran about a planned Israeli hit on Hezbollah, etc. Who was this guy really working for??

  106. herodotus

    Sky running it as I write!

  107. Sir Jethro de Bodine

    Old mate, the local GP, is both a humourless bastard and a thespian. He caused me some amusement recently however, when – midway through the invasive prostate examination – he leaned over and deadpanned, ‘There are still tickets for the matinee, you know.”

  108. herodotus

    Does Caroline Marcus look more like (1) an anchor person, or (2) a party girl?
    Those eye makeups say the wrong thing.

  109. Delta A

    Nope

    We’re staying at a little waterside town this summer and, along with a minute general store and a minute fish-n-chippery there is a minute bakery which trades at some strange whim which we haven’t yet deciphered.

    No notice of business hours. Instead, there is a sign out front which reads either ‘OPEN’, or ‘NOPE’.

    Says it all, really.

  110. Bruce of Newcastle

    Downer even looks like a squirrel.

  111. Snoopy

    I vote Bryan Brown to be one of the IT 1000. I’m not too fussed about how he meets his end.

  112. Stimpson J. Cat

    I’m just as concerned about the white africans in WA.

    Their accents and egos are incredibly annoying, yes.
    Maybe they would fit in better in New Zealand.
    They also have speech impediments and tribes.

  113. herodotus

    Who was this guy really working for??
    Obama’s list of “wrong moves” (aka sabotage) is incredibly long.
    He’s up there with Jimmy Carter (who did so much to embolden the forces that ultimately overthrew the Shah of Iran) as one of the worst if not the worst in our lifetime.

  114. herodotus

    We need more white Africans and less of the ratbags we appear to be getting.

  115. Stimpson J. Cat

    I vote Bryan Brown to be one of the IT 1000. I’m not too fussed about how he meets his end.

    He topped himself in Cocktail the p$ssy.

  116. Roger

    Unleashes Putin’s mullah allies, 1/2 dead across Syria/Iraq, tips off Iran about a planned Israeli hit on Hezbollah, etc. Who was this guy really working for??

    Stymied a DEA op countering Hezbollah’s v. profitable drug running into the US.

    See my link earlier today.

  117. nemkat

    The problem with the Saffies is that they like their cheap labour.
    That’s how they wrecked their own Country, they will do it again here if given a chance.

  118. stackja

    IT defines facts as seen one-eyed.

  119. Mike of Marion

    Been to see the Oncologist.

    May be a “? high grade glioma” – not certain without a biopsy or surgical intervention to make up .

    Full CT (head, chest abdomen) Thursday am. to see there are other spot fires.

    Next meeting to make up a first draft radiation mask for the head.
    Roll on y’ bastard
    Over and out.

  120. Leo G

    Downer even looks like a squirrel.

    Squirrel-bait for the NYT.

  121. W Hogg

    Anyway, at least until the evidence is in, we should stop white african immigration as a precautionary measure.

    Someone’s been drinking the bong water again

  122. DrBeauGan

    If you add up the numbers, all politicians, the ABC, all journos, the AHRC, the top two thirds of the public service and Bryan Brown, we’re already past the thousand mark. We need to think big.

  123. Baldrick

    No appearance all day, then this:

    Rae
    #2599291, posted on January 2, 2018 at 7:52 pm
    ___
    nemkat
    #2599296, posted on January 2, 2018 at 7:58 pm

    What are the odds?

  124. Baldrick

    Thoughts and prayers Mike. Keep us posted.

  125. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    All good wishes, Mike. As Balders says, keep us posted.

  126. Roger

    Thoughts and prayers Mike. Keep us posted.

    +1

  127. John Constantine

    The Indian government whacks a thirty percent tariff on Australian legume imports into India.

    An Australian government hellbent on making Australia great again would simply respond by cutting thirty percent off the bottom of the amount of Indians we import.

    We will keep taking the best, but why, when electric robot taxis and robot paywave petrol stations amd robot paywave 7/11 stores, what are the bottom thirty percent of the young single Indian males going to offer the country?.

    How many door to door solar panel salesman do we need?.

  128. Delta A

    Thanks for letting us know, Mike. All the very best to you and your family.

  129. nemkat

    Thanks, Baldrick.
    Was just listening to the theme song from Guys & Dolls.
    When a lazy slob
    Gets a good steady job
    And he smells of Vitalis and Barbasol

    Still makes me chuckle.

  130. Rae

    The very best of luck, Mike of Marion. I hope that your treatment is 100% successful.

  131. Muddy

    Thanks for the update, Mike. You’ve got plenty of goodwill here, so keep us posted.

  132. C.L.

    “The Prime Minister needs to man up and support the African community,” he said.

    Ahahahahahaha.
    This is Australia, dickhead.

  133. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    An Australian government hellbent on making Australia great again would simply respond by cutting thirty percent off the bottom of the amount of Indians we import.

    An Australian Government hellbent on making Australia great again would start by imposing a punitive tariff on anything we import from India.

  134. Stimpson J. Cat

    Next meeting to make up a first draft radiation mask for the head.

    I hope the treatment works and you get superpowers.
    Good luck.

  135. Stimpson J. Cat

    “The Prime Minister needs to man up and support the African community,” he said.

    Goonie F$cking Goo Goo Gus.

  136. Mater

    Next meeting to make up a first draft radiation mask for the head.

    Mike,
    It’s always good to know what you are up against.
    One step at a time.

    Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
    the courage to change the things I can,
    and the wisdom to know the difference.

  137. calli

    You have a long road ahead, Mike. May all the strength and peace you need be lavished upon you and your family, and wisdom for your doctors as they decide on the right treatment. God bless you.

  138. Roger

    Import tens of thousands of people from a violent, tribal & dysfunctional culture, reap violent, tribal & dysfunctional behaviour: Mogadishu on the Yarra.

    Impose light sentences…and then wonder why the problem persists.

    Our ruling class – politicians, judiciary and the police – are asinine fools who are placing the general public in danger.

    Don’t even get me started on Muslim migration.

  139. candy

    Thanks for the update, Mike. What an ordeal. I would crumble, I know I would. Stay strong for your family.
    When people say ‘you’re in our prayers’ it can sound trite, but you know what (I sound like Kevin Rudd there, lol), you are.

  140. Makka

    Chin up, Mike. Keep punching champ.

  141. Geriatric Mayfly

    A young widow wants answers from one of Melbourne’s biggest prisons after her jailed partner was found stabbed to death.

    Pedant that I am, something not quite right here

  142. Snoopy

    How is that a female ABC 7.30 anchor is allowed to give the female Victorian police minister a tongue bath when the kids are still up?

  143. Roger

    I see the Sudanese and Somalian community leaders have been well coached by their Leftist mentors.

    The cause of youth violence, according to them, is social alienation and lack of government support.

    In other words: more tax payers’ money, please.

  144. nemkat

    The spin seems to be:
    Africans are victims, and it would be unAustralian not to give away our arseh*les and sh!t through our ribs for these people.
    Until this insane idea is robustly addressed privately and publically, we’ll keep going backwards.

  145. candy

    “The Prime Minister needs to man up and support the African community,” he said.

    I’m good with that statement. If the African community are legal and citizens, surely they deserve the same as anyone else? I doesn’t mat what culture, we should be treated the same.

    It’s the gangs, the criminals that need to be sorted, pronto. I think it’s a Victorian police issue. If they can’t handle a gang, what the heck are they good for? I mean with all the resources, the Victoria police cannot manage a gang situation in some suburbs?

  146. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    THE NATION
    Young father-of-three stabbed to death in Victorian prison

    Richard Ferguson
    The Australian
    7:34PM January 2, 2018

    A young widow wants answers from one of Melbourne’s biggest prisons after her jailed partner was found stabbed to death.

    Hassan Jeng, 23, was found with a stabbed chest on Monday after a fight had broken out in his unit in Melbourne’s Port Phillip Prison.

    Anges Tontoe told Nine News she was “so young to be a widow” and wanted know the father of her three children had ended up dead in the privately run prison.

    “I don’t know how to tell them (her three children). They loved their daddy so much,” she said.

    “His heart was so nice, he was humble to everybody, he respected everybody, he loved everybody.”

    The Herald Sun reports Jeng was a low level “drug runner” who was working in the laundry area and was killed for refusing to help smuggle drugs into the jail through clothing.

    It is also believed he was in an unit for at-risk prisoners at the time of his death. The 23 year-old from Sierra Leone’s criminal history included assaults and driving offences.

    Jeng was attacked by another inmate just before 7pm on Monday night. Medical professionals spent an hour treating Jeng for his injuries before they pronounced him dead at 7.55pm.

    From the Oz.

  147. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    As we speak the Victorian Minister of Police, Fatso Sheila, lies manfully on Channel ALP about “new challenges” of “a small group” who are “behaving like street gangs but they are not street gangs” and the “core business” of police getting engaged or something.

    ABC girlie concerned about the African black community being targeted (by privileged evil whites).

    Wall to wall clichés abound. Situation normal, no changes intended.

  148. Snoopy

    If they can’t handle a gang, what the heck are they good for?

    It’s obvious the police minister doesn’t have their backs. Enforce the law. Career over. Simples.

  149. Roger

    If the African community are legal and citizens, surely they deserve the same as anyone else? I doesn’t mat what culture, we should be treated the same.

    Candy, the thing is that the offenders are being given light sentences by Victoria’s judiciary because they are African because of fears of the accusation of racism.

    Any criminologist worth his or her salt will tell you that the research indicates that a major deterrent to criminals is the prospect of a) getting caught and b) receiving a long sentence.

    Neither the police nor the judiciary are doing their jobs, in fact they are exacerbating the problem.

  150. Snoopy

    Why didn’t that ALPBC bint ask the fatso sheila police minister to put a figure on “small number”?

  151. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    If they can’t handle a gang, what the heck are they good for? I mean with all the resources, the Victoria police cannot manage a gang situation in some suburbs?

    West Aussie coppers broke the skinhead gangs, in Perth, in the mid 1970’s. Some of their methods were robust, to say the least, but they worked.

  152. Muddy

    The Prime Minister needs to man up

    That is not going to happen without surgery. Maybe the ADF can pay for it?

  153. Geriatric Mayfly

    FORMER BALI PRISONER SCHAPELLE CORBY RELEASES POP SONG

    The boogie woogie makes a comeback

  154. Arky

    I just did an online IQ test that gave me a score of 131.2. I must be Chinese

    ..
    You have to -40 points for those things.
    Puts you at 91.2.
    Sounds about right. Explains why you believed all the polling going into US election and Brexit.
    You’re basically retarded.
    I just paid my pychologist to give me a proper IQ test.
    If you never hear me mention it again you will know the results weren’t so hot.

  155. Rae

    I see the Sudanese and Somalian community leaders have been well coached by their Leftist mentors.

    The cause of youth violence, according to them, is social alienation and lack of government support.

    In other words: more tax payers’ money, please.

    Not all. The young made-good Sudanese refugee interviewed on ABC Breakfast this morning said that the offenders should be made to accept that their violent behavior cannot be tolerated. He disagreed strongly with the ABCs talking head who said there should be compassion extended because of what they had experienced in Somalia.

  156. Arky

    Mike of Marion
    #2599320, posted on January 2, 2018 at 8:21 pm

    ..
    Good luck, man.

  157. Makka

    If the African community are legal and citizens, surely they deserve the same as anyone else? I doesn’t mat what culture, we should be treated the same.

    If they are migrants, revoke their citizenship and ship them back. All costs to their respective families. If they were born here then yes, treat them the same as anyone else and throw the fking book at them.

  158. Snoopy

    Any criminologist worth his or her salt will tell you that the research indicates that a major deterrent to criminals is the prospect of a) getting caught and b) receiving a long sentence.

    I don’t have much faith in the deterrence effect of long sentences but they certainly have a positive effect on recidivism.

  159. Farmer Gez

    I just paid my psychologist to give me a proper IQ test.

    You’re an undiagnosed genius perhaps?

  160. Mitch M.

    May be a “? high grade glioma” – not certain without a biopsy or surgical intervention to make up .

    Go the conventional treatment options. Today there was an article about Australia’s chief scientist remarkable progress in a stage 4 kidney cancer. That involves immune checkpoint inhibitors, a set of proteins that prevent T cells from attacking tumours. There is some good progress in immunotherapy but unfortunately I doubt there will be the same effect in gliomas because T cells typically don’t enter the brain.

    Do as the doctors say. If and when they give up think about the following:

    High Dose Ascorbate Causes Both Genotoxic and Metabolic Stress in Glioma Cells.

    … Exposure to high dose ascorbate blocked DNA synthesis in both DNA damaged and undamaged cell of ascorbate sensitive GBM cell lines

    Glutamine Addiction In Gliomas.

    … new avenues of research have been initiated to find novel therapeutic targets and to explore strategies that interfere with glutamine metabolism as anticancer therapies. In this review, we provided an updated overview of glutamine addiction in glioma, the most prevalent type of brain tumor.
    Systematic review of the literature on clinical and experimental trials on the antitumor effects of cannabinoids in gliomas.

    … Antitumoral evidence included: reduction in tumor size, antiangiogenic, and antimetastatic effects. Additionally, most of the studies described that the canabinnoids exercised selective antitumoral action in several distinct tumor models. Thereby, normal cells used as controls were not affected. The safety factor in the cannabinoids’ administration has also been demonstrated in vivo. The various cannabinoids tested in multiple tumor models showed antitumoral effects both in vitro and IN VIVO(my emphasis). These findings indicate that cannabinoids are promising compounds for the treatment of gliomas.

    Note that vitamin C must be IV a very high doses. I have in my archives the protocols developed by some US doctors. Unfortunately no follow through because no money in studying a vitamin. I would add ferrous sulfate to the C strategy because C+iron is a huge oxidative stressor and brains generally tend to load up with both C and iron.

    Glutamine is an amino acid, might be very hard to restrict it diet wise but they are investigating molecular “traps” for glutamine.

    Do what the doctors say. Only then think about different approaches. Good luck.

  161. Stimpson J. Cat

    pychologist

    Goddamn Kiwi degenerates corrupting our language.

  162. Snoopy

    Not all. The young made-good Sudanese refugee interviewed on ABC Breakfast this morning said that the offenders should be made to accept that their violent behavior cannot be tolerated. He disagreed strongly with the ABCs talking head who said there should be compassion extended because of what they had experienced in Somalia.

    Shorter ABC. It’s racist to expect Sudanese not to be violent thugs.

  163. Roger

    Not all. The young made-good Sudanese refugee interviewed on ABC Breakfast this morning said that the offenders should be made to accept that their violent behavior cannot be tolerated. He disagreed strongly with the ABCs talking head who said there should be compassion extended because of what they had experienced in Somalia.

    Then he’s the exception in my experience…and his unorthodox views won’t get him anywhere in the official multikulti world.

    Sudanese community leaders are coached by government and church employed activists to shift responsibility for their wayward youth to racist Australia.

  164. Muddy

    I just paid my psychologist to give me a proper IQ test.

    The Kiwi IQ test, or the standard one?

  165. Stimpson J. Cat

    Wall to wall clichés abound. Situation normal, no changes intended.

    Was there a fat sign language chick?
    What did she have to say?

  166. Arky

    Goddamn Kiwi degenerates corrupting our language

    ..
    Oh, I’m sorry, Grigory J. Cat.
    Did I make a spelling mistake?
    Well fuck you.
    I’m flying with spellcheck switched off, and I’m still shitloads better than you.

  167. candy

    He disagreed strongly with the ABCs talking head who said there should be compassion extended because of what they had experienced in Somalia.

    There is that. I know it because my neighbourhood has a strong Muslim component and some dysfunctional Somalian youths, not many at all though. The things some experienced, and particularly what happened to their mothers and sisters, is dreadful. But the first objective is to protect citizens from criminals. If a government can’t do that they are letting people down. And does compassion then go for another 20 years?

  168. Westie woman

    Mike of Marion

    Best wishes and good luck ..

  169. nemkat

    Candy:
    whatever happened to their mothers and sisters, Australia doesn’t bear the slightest responsibility for it. Very likely other Somalis do, though.
    These people, as a National group, appear extremely prone to violence as a problem solving tool.
    That attitude can’t be integrated into Australia, people who say it can are liars and con men..

  170. Oh come on

    Polling in 1994 revealed that 91% of Australians wanted a Republic where the President would be directly elected

    Seriously? Even back then, that’s insane. Wouldn’t you have demanded your money back from the pollster?

  171. John Constantine

    The whole point of the Apex predators and the returned corpsebrothel rapejihadis is to crush the will for freedom of the proles.

    The crushing power of the surveillance Stasi Stalinist State wouldn’t be so brazen without the imported terrors to protect the proles from.

    Bollards, paramilitary death squads, fixated persons legislation.

    All under the pretense of cracking down on the imports, but we see that mo gets two hundred hours community service mowing the lawns at his mosque for smashing a policewomans teeth down her throat, while the literally Nazi deplorable Bluey gets the death sentence of being locked up as a Nazi racist in the muscleman musselman ruled terrorist section of the jail system.

    [ for posting fixated individual content on the cat]

  172. Eyrie

    Mike of Marion, Jerry Pournelle told us on his blog of his tumour in his brain that was successfully treated by radiation using a mask. It wasn’t what killed him a few months ago, I think. Best of luck , mate.

  173. Farmer Gez

    A ship was wrecked on an island and the only survivors were a Kiwi, a sheep and a dog.
    Most evenings they go to the beach and watch the sunset together.
    One evening there was a warm gentle breeze blowing and a beautiful red sunset. The Kiwi’s mind turned to romance and he put his arm around the sheep but the dog growled jealously at the couple and the Kiwi stopped his advances.
    They continued their evening ritual but without a hint of romance.
    Another ship wrecked on the island and the only survivor was a woman. Even though she was in bad shape the Kiwi considered her the most beautiful woman he had ever seen in his life.
    They nursed her to back to health and when she was sufficiently strong the Kiwi invited her to join them in their evening ritual.
    It was another perfect sunset and the Kiwi felt those old romantic feeling again.
    He leaned over to the woman and tentatively whispered in her ear.
    “Would you mind taking the dog for a walk?”

  174. Infidel Tiger

    [ for posting fixated individual content on the cat]

    What?

  175. Arky

    Jordan Peterson is doing a world tour this year to include Melbourne.
    Any Melbourne cats interested in going as a group?

  176. egg_

    Grigory, Rae and Libby Zee have an arrogant, deliberately combative undertone and a writing style that is impossible to disguise for any length of time, try as he may.

    Take note of who disappeared during Grig’s last absence
    His friendlier socks tend to be female.

  177. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Take note of who disappeared during Grig’s last absence
    His friendlier socks tend to be female.

    Is there some sort of award for who has the most sock puppets on the Cat? Numbers Bob had a few, didn’t he?

  178. Mark from Melbourne

    In the specific case of the Achilles, very, very often a persistent pain spot that never seems to get better is because you are walking wrong… could be some muscles are overly tight, you need to stretch more, or your balance is off, or you get in the habit of favouring some muscles and now you don’t notice. Stress in the body always redistributes and somehow the Achilles tends to be at the receiving end.

    Tel, walking backwards can help. Seriously.

  179. Pedro the Ignorant

    Given Mick Trumble’s recent froth and bubble over his dearly beloved “Republic”, I have been thinking long and hard about who might be a possible candidate for President of Australia.

    Thought of about six possibles, then thought again.

    All my possibles are either SJWs or have been captured by postmodernist academic brainwashing techniques.

    Twenty something million inhabitants, about ten million “real” Australians, (i.e. not reffos) and not a single name pops up as a unifying figure who would be acceptable to town and country Oz.

    We are rooted.

  180. Rae

    I don’t have an arrogant, deliberately combative undertone. I don’t. So, there.

  181. Geriatric Mayfly

    These people, as a National group, appear extremely prone to violence as a problem solving tool.

    Not the only ones. Is there any problem in the Muslim mind which cannot be solved by either dishing out death, or the threat thereof.

  182. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Rae
    #2599388, posted on January 2, 2018 at 9:39 pm

    I don’t have an arrogant, deliberately combative undertone. I don’t. So, there.

    I do. Fvck off, Grogarly.

  183. Rae

    And anyone who says I do is looking for a fight. So, there again.

  184. Whalehunt Fun

    He disagreed strongly with the ABCs talking head who said there should be compassion extended because of what they had experienced in Somalia.

    Compassion means shooting them in the head instead of in the gut. Letting them die in a second instead of screaming for four hours. Compassion means not sewing their guts into a pig and sewing a pig’s guts into their corpse and then feeding both to dogs.
    The ABC is full of cretins who do not know what compassion means, nor what awaits them and their families when they succeed in destroying civil society. They seem to think that people who enhoy torturing leftists do not exist. The ABC wrongly do not live in terror.

  185. Ragu

    Get back in your cardboard refrigerator box down by the Narrabeen Lakes, Rae.

  186. John Constantine

    Kylie Minogue for first president of Veneztralia.

    My preference is for the stuffed body of Phar Lap to become the eternal president of Australia, wheeled out to add a dignified air to all our craven capitulation signing ceremonies.

    Also quiet happy to accept the stuffed carcass of their turnfailure– hey, if turnbull can fantasise about the death of Good Queen Liz, I can return the favour.

  187. Oh come on

    Don’t forget, Grigs. Everybody hates you.

  188. Rae

    I don’t have an arrogant, deliberately combative undertone. I don’t. So, there.

    I do.

    Who knew, old man? It’s pretty well disguised by the obvious effects of too much sitting around in professed self-funded retirement drinking “good” scotch.

    BTW: Why don’t you, and others, just write “fuck” instead of that pathetic “fvck”?

  189. Mitch M.

    He disagreed strongly with the ABCs talking head who said there should be compassion extended because of what they had experienced in Somalia.

    Compassionate? Give them antipsychotics depot style. Be realistic, some of these individuals are damaged goods that should never have left the factory. Medication may well be the only means of controlling their behavior.

  190. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From Snoopy at 8:56 pm:

    ” Any criminologist worth his or her salt will tell you that the research indicates that a major deterrent to criminals is the prospect of a) getting caught and b) receiving a long sentence.”

    I don’t have much faith in the deterrence effect of long sentences but they certainly have a positive effect on recidivism.

    Lock ‘im up next time for longer then, in a less comfortable and more populace state resort. At least that will leave you free to worry about his progress in relative safety – one has got to be a seriously inhuman human for the beak to gift one prison time in 2000 and something.

    I don’t think a day goes past on which I don’t waste my time getting anxious about the unworthy.

  191. Top Ender

    I vote for Kylie as our first president, because she has a very cute bottom.

    That is all.

  192. Infidel Tiger

    Matt Bevan 🎙
    Matt Bevan 🎙
    @MatthewBevan
    China has stopped taking our recyclables, meaning a lot of the stuff you put in your recycling bin is going to pile up or be landfilled. Looking into this tomorrow on @RNBreakfast with @WMAAus.

    Yet another reason not to recycle.

    A useless pursuit.

  193. Leigh Lowe

    Westie woman

    #2599375, posted on January 2, 2018 at 9:11 pm

    Mike of Marion

    Best wishes and good luck ..

    +1000
    Ask as nany questions as you need.
    No time limit
    Push them for alternatives if any doubt.
    Good luck.

  194. John Constantine

    Khat industry for Australia.

    Hand out licences to apex predators to grow and consume Khat, but only within their own no go Zones.

    Shepparton already Mogadishu with mandarin trees, might as well make it the khat capital and hand it out with the centerlink tribute payments.

  195. RobK

    Mike of Marion,
    Best wishes.

  196. Oh come on

    IT: you know local councils in Perth – particularly in the western suburbs – randomly go through bins to make sure you aren’t ‘contaminating’ the rubbish with the wrong rubbish?

    Which would be fine if you simply opted not to recycle, apart from the fact that my council has replaced all the general rubbish wheely bins with tiny wheely bins and a tiny recycling wheely bin. You can upsize the recycling bin but not the general rubbish bin. So not recycling while not running the risk of being penalised by the council is not really an option.

  197. egg_

    China has stopped taking our recyclables, meaning a lot of the stuff you put in your recycling bin is going to pile up or be landfilled. Looking into this tomorrow on @RNBreakfast with @WMAAus.

    Uneconomic, like everything Green.

  198. egg_

    Why don’t you, and others, just write “fuck” instead of that pathetic “fvck”?

    Time for another smoting?

  199. Robber Baron

    The only Australian that Malcolm Turnbull thinks is qualified to be the first president of Australia is….Malcolm Turnbull of course.

    But allow the unwashed masses a vote and no one will poll more votes than Shane Warne…no one.

  200. Infidel Tiger

    IT: you know local councils in Perth – particularly in the western suburbs – randomly go through bins to make sure you aren’t ‘contaminating’ the rubbish with the wrong rubbish?

    I know. Just tell them it’s your Sudanese neighbours who keep putting stuff in your bin.

    You’ll never hear from them again.

  201. Infidel Tiger

    Holy crap. Has anyone seen that Uber Eats as with Bandana Man?

    Seriously weird.

  202. testpattern

    Some idiot upthread stated the war in Sudan is over. It is not. The conflict in Darfur continues while the war in South Sudan remains one of the biggest sources of refugees in the world today. The parties to the South Sudan war are Christian terrorists. Kir is Catholic, Machar is Protestant. Most of the Sudanese in Melbourne are Christian, not Muslim.

    The following top 5 religious affiliations held by the Sudanese-born
    population in Victoria were identified at the 2006 Census (Victoria Multicultural Commission 2008):
     Roman Catholic – 37.8% (2,348 persons)
    Migrant Information Centre (Eastern Melbourne)

    Multicultural Equity & Access Program
    Sudanese Cultural Profile May 2012, Page 4
     Anglican Church – 16.9% (1,049 persons)
     Muslim – 13.3% (826 persons)
     Presbyterian – 11.0% (682 persons)
     Coptic Orthodox Church – 3.4% (211 persons)’

    http://miceastmelb.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/SudaneseCulturalProfile2012.pdf

  203. Leigh Lowe

    I know. Just tell them it’s your Sudanese neighbours who keep putting stuff in your bin.

    You’ll never hear from them again.

    An attendant at our transfer station (tip) made a bit of a joke about segregation of “trash” and “recyclables”.
    I told him that I didn’t have to segregate my rubbish if I dumped it in the National Park.
    Not funny apparently.

  204. Infidel Tiger

    Testes is Catallaxy’s answer to a question no one asked.

  205. Pickles

    Jackass 2 on 11. One of the best.

  206. egg_

    Turdball will roll out any distraction squirrel to avoid addressing what really matters in this country; stopping the immigration ponzi scheme , reducing Govt spending and cutting taxes.

    +1

    Seems to be using the KRudd playbook – however, KRudd usually implemented his policies, except perhaps when in Election mode.

  207. testpattern

    The Strategic Culture Foundation is one of the Kremlin’s more sphisticated propaganda outlets, which makes it all the more disappointing to see Alastair Crooke’s always interesting commentary appearing on their website.

    ‘The US has embarked on a project to restore America’s economic primacy through suppressing its main trade competitors (through quasi-protectionism)..

    Financial war, of course, is nothing new. The US began staging annual financial war ‘War Games’ as long ago as 2005. General Hayden, the former director of first the NSA and subsequently of the CIA, has characterised financial war as the primary means of warfare in the twenty-first century, and sanctions as its Precision Guided Munitions (PGMs). But what, it seems, might be bringing matters to a head is not just President Trump’s need for a higher debt ceiling, and low-cost debt availability to fund his revival of the American economy…’

    https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2017/12/31/behind-korea-iran-and-russia-tensions-lurking-financial-war.html

  208. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Testes is Catallaxy’s answer to a question no one asked.

    Testes is the love child of Numbers Bob and Grogarly.

  209. cohenite

    Sudanese Cultural Profile May 2012, Page 4
     Anglican Church – 16.9% (1,049 persons)
     Muslim – 13.3% (826 persons)
     Presbyterian – 11.0% (682 persons)
     Coptic Orthodox Church – 3.4% (211 persons)’

    Islam taints everything. When Australia’s % of mozzies hits 13% the place will be a complete shithouse.

  210. Makka

    Sudanese Cultural Profile May 2012, Page 4
     Anglican Church – 16.9% (1,049 persons)
     Muslim – 13.3% (826 persons)
     Presbyterian – 11.0% (682 persons)
     Coptic Orthodox Church – 3.4% (211 persons)’

    Who give a toss what religion they are. The problem is that they are here.

  211. Nick

    Holy crap. Has anyone seen that Uber Eats as with Bandana Man?

    I assumed he normally ate his own cock.

  212. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    STATE POLITICS
    Street gangs’ blamed for violence

    The Australian
    10:27PM January 2, 2018
    Simone Fox Koob
    Journalist
    Sydney
    @SimoneFoxKoob
    Samantha Hutchinson
    Victorian State Political Writer
    Melbourne

    It took 12 months for police and the government to fully acknowledge an issue that has plagued Garry Holloway and his jewellery business for the past year.

    Yesterday, almost a year to the day that Holloway Diamonds in the Melbourne suburb of Canterbury was first smashed by a group of young African men with axes and sledgehammers, Victoria Police conceded “street gangs” were responsible for a string of recent crimes and vowed to lock up members and violent offenders.

    Mr Holloway said a tougher police response and the “appropriate” intervention of the federal government were necessary to tackle the issue.

    “It was the big thing (last year) to say there weren’t gangs,” Mr Holloway said. “It surprises me that the police are starting to talk about gangs again. The police commissioner has gone on holidays and the guy that has taken over from him might be a bit tougher.

    “But unless Peter Dutton ­deports some I don’t think the concept of under 18-year-olds going on good behaviour bonds is necessarily going to solve the problem.

    Mr Holloway, who has become heavily involved with African community groups since the break-ins and has donated to youth basketball programs, said the Immigration Minister must do more to publicise deportations of repeat offenders as a deterrent.

    Mr Holloway is among residents across the city investing in security upgrades to protect themselves against street gangs with a track record of violent carjackings, home invasions and armed robberies. He has spent $100,000 on ­security upgrades to his shop, ­including steel bars on all windows, steel door frames, new glass panels, a double entry door, and a security system that can fill the shop with blinding, white smoke in seven seconds.

    From the Oz. In a just world, the $100,000 for the increased security would be deducted from any support programmes these young roosters get.

  213. testpattern

    ‘Islam taints everything’

    I wish it would taint my Xmas tree. I spent ages looking for a snow white Buraq to put on top of my tree that strobes, flaps its wings and says santafuckselvessantafuckselves when you plug it in. Couldn’t find one anywhere.

  214. Rae

    Last nights Supermoon seems to have passed without much fanfare. Maybe because it was a bit cloudy over Sydney before midnight. That’s a shame as a Supermoon is quite spectacular on a clear night.

    This months second full moon will be on 31 January but it will be not quite a Supermoon.

  215. Siltstone

    White african immigration was mentioned at 7:55pm
    Been working with white african immigrates for over 30 years. Can’t speak highly enough of them. Skilled, professional, diligent and conscientious people. Law-abiding. Don’t drain the taxpayers purse. Make a great contribution to Australia.

  216. Makka

    Make a great contribution to Australia.

    +1.

    They raise very well mannered kids too.

  217. Stimpson J. Cat

    Jordan Peterson is doing a world tour this year to include Melbourne.

    He’s a Goddamn Leaf YouTube Scientist.
    I literally wouldn’t buy a personality test off him.

  218. H B Bear

    Take note of who disappeared during Grig’s last absence
    His friendlier socks tend to be female.

    Graegooglery is still working through issues with his Mother. If he can remember which cupboard he put her in.

  219. Oh come on

    After the 2003 invasion of Iraq, US policy was said to be Punish France, Forgive Russia, Ignore Germany. Goes to show how geostrategic realities have shifted.

    Anyway, I say a sensible strategy would be to punish Grigs, ignore Testes and am open to suggestions on who should be forgiven.

  220. Stimpson J. Cat

    Oh, I’m sorry, Grigory J. Cat.
    Did I make a spelling mistake?
    Well fuck you.
    I’m flying with spellcheck switched off, and I’m still shitloads better than you.

    I object to sane people debasing the language of mental illness.
    It’s racist.

  221. egg_

    The Rudd filth selected a thousand elite Australians for his 2020 summit.

    If 2020 comes around and it turns out they got nothing right, there’s your list right there.

    That was the Big Tent for our clown future.

  222. Infidel Tiger

    But in a ruling made last month, a Federal Court judge gave the 25-year-old South Sudanese man a reprieve by ruling that the Administrative Appeals Tribunal had not considered the impact a possible deportation would have on his younger siblings and his nieces and nephews, who are all children.

    Justice Debra Mortimer ruled there were doubts over whether deportation was in the best interests of the man’s young relatives. The man also requires treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder.

    She’s on The List.

    http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/south-sudanese-man-jailed-for-armed-robbery-spared-deportation-20180102-h0ckf7.html

  223. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    White african immigration was mentioned at 7:55pm
    Been working with white african immigrates for over 30 years

    The first we met were in the Western Australian wheat belt, in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. They were from Kenya – one family left because they were warned that a blonde haired, blue eyed European child, such as their son, would make a prime target for a Mau Mau oath taking ceremony….

  224. Infidel Tiger

    The Rudd filth selected a thousand elite Australians for his 2020 summit.

    If 2020 comes around and it turns out they got nothing right, there’s your list right there.

    Every single person who attended is going on The List. Hope they like Helicopters.

    Except Hugh Jackman. He is going to pay his debt off by making a Wolverine film every 6 months. He will wish he is dead.

  225. nilk

    Jordan Peterson is doing a world tour this year to include Melbourne.
    Any Melbourne cats interested in going as a group?

    I’m in, Arky. I was thinking of going to see Ross Ward over the Easter weekend in the Marxism confab, but Prof Peterson would be way better.

  226. cohenite

    I wish it would taint my Xmas tree. I spent ages looking for a snow white Buraq to put on top of my tree that strobes, flaps its wings and says santafuckselvessantafuckselves when you plug it in. Couldn’t find one anywhere.

    Charming, the blog equivalent of rolling in your own excrement.

    In other news in Sweden Jesus is now gender neutral:

    https://www.dangerous.com/39637/swedish-church-declares-jesus-christ-gender-neutral/

  227. Entropy

    It’s those arrogant Boers that give me the irrits. Develop a chip on their shoulder when they aren’t treated as they think they deserve. And then when they want to critisuse you it’s off in Afrikaans. Their minds don’t work the same as decent peoples. No matter how seductively good looking they are.

  228. nilk

    First of all, still praying for you, Mike of Marion.

    Second,

    But in a ruling made last month, a Federal Court judge gave the 25-year-old South Sudanese man a reprieve by ruling that the Administrative Appeals Tribunal had not considered the impact a possible deportation would have on his younger siblings and his nieces and nephews, who are all children.

    I’m sorry, am I supposed to care about the younger siblings and other assorted relatives of a criminal? Was said criminal concerned about the younger siblings/children/etc of his victims?

    Deport him. That’s what the laws are for. Bloody enforce them for a change!

  229. Makka

    Administrative Appeals Tribunal had not considered the impact a possible deportation would have on his younger siblings and his nieces and nephews, who are all children.

    It would have put the little buggers on notice. Good!

  230. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    And then when they want to critisuse you it’s off in Afrikaans.

    Fok my ‘n ander Engelsman met ‘n probleem!

  231. Arky

    nilk
    #2599436, posted on January 2, 2018 at 11:07 pm
    Jordan Peterson is doing a world tour this year to include Melbourne.
    Any Melbourne cats interested in going as a group?

    I’m in, Arky. I was thinking of going to see Ross Ward over the Easter weekend in the Marxism confab, but Prof Peterson would be way better.
    ..

    Cool.
    Haven’t got dates yet, but I will keep you posted.

  232. DrBeauGan

    And then when they want to critisuse you it’s off in Afrikaans.

    How do you know they are critusing you, Entropy? They may be saying nice things about you but wish to not embarrass you.

  233. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Administrative Appeals Tribunal had not considered the impact a possible deportation would have on his younger siblings and his nieces and nephews, who are all children.

    If his family are so concerned, deport the whole mob – his dog and cat, his second cousin twice removed – deported to the South Sudan, documents endorsed “Not wanted in a civilized country.”

  234. EvilElvis

    I vote for Kylie as our first president, because she has a very cute bottom.

    And have her speech podiums built very high, with a downward escalator as a staircase that starts as she gets halfway to the top…

    I could get into this republic thingy.

  235. zyconoclast

    Any criminologist worth his or her salt will tell you that the research indicates that a major deterrent to criminals is the prospect of a) getting caught and b) receiving a long sentence.

    Deportation of the criminal and their entire extended family is the most effective deterrent.
    Anyone else complains or protests also gets deported.

  236. zyconoclast

    Make a great contribution to Australia.

    +1.

    They raise very well mannered kids too.

    Fact check: True.

  237. zyconoclast

    And I stayed up past midnight to be the first post on the new thread.
    Wasted my time…

  238. egg_

    Latham has more sense and exhibits less corruption than most in the political class.

    Someone who actually wrote policy, unlike the current lightweights.

  239. Steve trickler.

    He was very good.



  240. egg_

    Real Mark Latham‏
    @RealMarkLatham

    Why do Lefties hate free speech? I’m blocked by Little Troy Bramston, PVO, Phillip Adams, Josh Bornstein, Osman Faruqi, Peter FitzSimons, Kristina Keneally*, Emma Alberici, Julia Baird, Van Badham and Leigh Sales, that I know of.
    Why so scared?

    LMFAO!
    Glass jaws.

    *Lightweight

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