Open Forum: January 13, 2018

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  1. Ubique

    Trump’s use of the description “shithole” seems to be more fake news.

  2. Pete of Perth

    I declare this thread a sanctuary from sh!tholes

  3. Top Ender

    Aha!

    In a different timezone so all mine!

    Hello? Hello?

    Where’s everyone’s gone?

    Stop sleeping you slackers! Sleeping is for weaklings!

  4. EvilElvis

    May your Saturday be a fine one, all. Good evening and goodnight.

  5. Top Ender

    Just need to take gin or bourbon along now:

    The discovery of a mountain of frozen water lying just under the surface of Mars has been hailed by scientists as game-changer for exploration of the Red Planet.

    The abundant supply of ice could help sustain a human colony, and may even be an indicator of alien life.

  6. stackja

    Top Ender
    #2608574, posted on January 13, 2018 at 3:52 am

    David MacLean

  7. Tom

    Below this graphic on his Twitter feed, A.F. Branco has reposted this from 2012.

  8. stackja

    Japan to curb asylum seekers’ right to work from Monday
    Reuters Staff

    TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan will limit asylum seekers’ right to work from Monday, making changes to its refugee system that are likely to swell the numbers of those in detention centers, the justice ministry said, prompting refugee groups to flag humanitarian concerns.

    The move to tighten one of the developed world’s toughest refugee systems, which accepted just ten during the period from January to September last year, is a bid to clamp down on what Japan views as a system of back-door immigration.

  9. mareeS

    We have built some interesting places over the years, but now in our twilightish times we are encountering weirdtape.

    We have owned our beachside property, we have done nice reasonable things over 42yrs to make it into our habitable space, and now we wish to extend within our boundaries to accommodate our daughter above my husband’s art studio built in 1981.

    Newcastle Council is trying to classify it as a granny flat, with all sorts of planning caveats plus a $10,000 upfront fee, while we are saying it is an extension of existing family space within the boundaries of our land.

    We will win win, but how about unnecessary lawfare and the encroachment on private property rights that do not affect neighbours?

  10. notafan

    It’s an article on the Assyrian genocide.

    Also note the role of Kurds.

  11. classical_hero

    President Trump got the left to admit that the places people are not that bad, so why can’t he send them back? Talk about 50D chess. Eventually people will come round to his thinking, he just needs to push them in the right direction.

  12. classical_hero

    nota, you can’t link to private facebook pages.

  13. Tintarella di Luna

    Buon giorno gatti – hope the daygo well for you all.

  14. Howard Hill

    Fuck I only made it into the top twelve and it’s six in the morning.
    Who the fuck looks at Farcebook? A lefty haven for all the losers in this screwed up world. Constantly trying to come up with ways to sensor the good peoples thoughts. Ban the stinking joint, you know you want to!

    To make it easier for you windoze wankers. Open C:\Windows\System32/drivers/ect/hosts and add to the bottom of the file: 127.0.0.1 facebook.com

    You’ll never see that shithole site again.

    For linux users, you’re smart enough not to need instructions :~)

  15. Tintarella di Luna

    We will win win, but how about unnecessary lawfare and the encroachment on private property rights that do not affect neighbours?

    Local government is an affront to property rights and must be forced to deal with what it was set up to deal with, road, rates and rubbish – the power it has incrementally appropriated to impinge upon property rights is obscene and the trend must be reversed.

    My sister was building her modest home, the Council officers made it impossible to build the home she wanted to build. In the end she said to them, I can’t afford to build the house you want me to build. They absolutely made a dog’s breakfast of the joint, nice inside but their bloodymindedness was just appalling.

  16. Tintarella di Luna

    We will win win, but how about unnecessary lawfare and the encroachment on private property rights that do not affect neighbours?

    All the best mareeS – go get ’em, paper-shuffling, pen-pushing clerical nightmares.

  17. Howard Hill

    Councils will be the end of us all, mark my words. They are enemy no 1.

  18. Atoms for Peace

    The Irish had better watch how they pronounce third world countries.

  19. John Constantine

    From Michael Smith’s site.

    Back of the envelope, it seems that Australia paid the Clinton crime family fifteen million dollars to run a Papua New Guinea program from New York.

    Surprise, it seems that administration by the Clinton kleptocracy took 97% of the money, leaving 3% of Australias taxdollars to make it from Canberra through New York to PNG.

    This it seems was the intention, not a flaw.

    There might be another explanation besides paying a bribe to pay to play.

    Comrade Maaaate.

    “This stuff didn’t happen on Ms Bishop’s watch and she could have noted there were deficiencies, we’ve learnt, we’ve fixed things up etc.

    But she didn’t. She went out of her way to protect the Clintons.

    It was all apparently hunky dory.

    Only we were lied to.

    All was not hunky dory at all.

    The biggest contract under the $25M MOU was the Clinton Foundation HIV/Aids Initiative PNG – all up we gave the Clintons about $15M between 2006 and 2009.

    The CF was supposed to “complement” our funding by making its own contribution.

    We put in $15M odd cash but according to the final report,

    “CF has contributed paediatric ARVs, paediatric OI drugs, commodities for the Early Infant Diagnosis Program (e.g. reagents, equipment including PCR machine) totalling US$417,622 USD as of June 2009”.

    That project was independently audited at a cost of about $100K – the audit report is here:

    http://dfat.gov.au/about-us/publications/Documents/hiv-chai-evaluation-report.pdf

  20. Rae

    We will win win, but how about unnecessary lawfare and the encroachment on private property rights that do not affect neighbours?

    Not sure how you will win if hubby’s art studio is separate from the main dwelling and you are going to put an actual granny flat on top of it.

  21. md

    Jeff Bezos donates $33 million to help send 1,000 Dreamers to college.
    And what did he do for the hundreds of thousands of American citizens who would have welcomed such support.

  22. Tintarella di Luna

    There is an article today in the Oz about the loss of control of the children of immigrants from Africa who are part of ruthless violent gangs. New immigrants hear nothing other than negative comments about our Australian society.

    Furthermore when you get housing, and welfare i.e. something for nothing that’s what it’s worth. The fifth column comprising the Labor/Greens/Liberal Coalition, leftist academia, the mainstream media in general and the ABC and SBS in particular, former Prime Ministers, many well-heeled, famous and wealthy celebrities and ‘leading’ lights of the political/media/indigenous class have colluded to paint Australia and Australians as racists, homophobic, misogynist, cis-genderist trash.

    Odd really given the average Australian is now most likely an immigrant or children of immigrants has not stopped this undeserved calumny. The fifth column claims we are unworthy or ineligible to have an opinion or a say on what we want our country to be and what we don’t like about what the divisive fifth column has done and that is: to relentlessly deride every tradition and custom the average Australian holds dear, from the commemoration for our fallen soldiers on ANZAC Day, to the celebration of Australia Day, Christmas and Easter right down to the flag and the colour of our skin.

    The mainstream media and the policy say that those violent gangs are only a tiny minority yet it is a minority terrorising the suburbs of law-abiding, taxpaying citizens. Why can’t the same concession be made by the fifth column to the overwhelming majority of Australians who are not racist, homophobic, misogynist or cis-genderist?

  23. calli

    Sunrise going the full TDS. Sh!thole Sh!thole Sh!thole! Aaaarrrgh! Racist! Outrage!

    The truth always hurts.

  24. md

    Tintarella di Luna
    #2608616, posted on January 13, 2018 at 7:18 am

    Certain Liberals have been attacking the Andrews government over law and order. Remind me again who controls the immigration and refugee intake!

  25. 132andBush

    Not sure how you will win if hubby’s art studio is separate from the main dwelling and you are going to put an actual granny flat on top of it

    Piss off, Ankles.

  26. calli

    Usually Council only becomes involved if works extend beyond the existing building line, including the roofline. Internal changes generally fly below the radar.

    Are you putting a new storey on, min, or punching some dormer windows out of the roof? If a bathroom and kitchen already exist in the studio, then all you are doing is a loft.

  27. Tintarella di Luna

    Certain Liberals have been attacking the Andrews government over law and order. Remind me again who controls the immigration and refugee intake!

    Yes the irony is not lost on me, nor have I forgotten fat Mandy’s and Howard’s contribution. I loathe the Protected class, especially the likes of BandanaMan and the BotoxedBimbo, the swivel-eyed loon and GouchoMask Man – they never live with the consequences.

  28. 132andBush

    BotoxedBimbo, the swivel-eyed loon

    You’ll have to be more specific, Tinta.
    There’re so many to choose from !

  29. Empire GTHO Phase III

    The practical limits of gender and race fluidity.

    AFGHANISTAN—Sergeant Bruce Larson, 28, was deployed to Afghanistan as part of a mechanized Army combat unit in the fall, after informing his superiors that he self-identified as an M1A1 Abrams tank.

    Tragically, the man was killed in his first combat engagement over the weekend.

    After being ordered to flank an enemy position, Larson crested a hill, making tank noises and yelling, “BOOM!” as he fired his imaginary 105mm gun at Taliban forces. Confused enemy soldiers watched him from a distance as he continued to lay down “suppressing fire” by making loud “pew pew pew” noises with his mouth, which he identifies as his .50-caliber secondary armament.

    Finally, the bewildered Taliban forces shot at him, according to an Army debriefing. Sadly, although the man identified as the advanced modern combat vehicle, the bullets shot at him from an enemy combatant’s AK-47 did not agree with his perception of reality, and he tragically lost his life, according to sources.

    The man was not buried but was scrapped for parts at a U.S. Army scrapyard, per his wishes. He is survived by his wife, who identifies as an F-22 Raptor.

  30. Leigh Lowe

    Not sure how you will win if hubby’s art studio is separate from the main dwelling and you are going to put an actual granny flat on top of it

    Googlery prefers basements.
    He invented the mummy flat, a variation on the granny flat. It doesn’t need plumbing or power.

  31. Tintarella di Luna

    BotoxedBimbo, the swivel-eyed loon

    Sorry 132andBush specifically that would be Campbelltown girl made good Lisa Wilkinson and anthropomophised version of children-should-be-seen-and-not-heard Sarah Hanson Young respectively but not respectfully.

  32. herodotus

    Those poor little dears, the African lads who are terrorising Melbourne, are “caught between cultures” laments Simone Fox Koob (that’s surely in the running for an award from Tim Blair as a prize Adelaide name) in The Australian.

    Well whose effing fault is that?

  33. struth

    Good Moaning

    Councils will be the end of us all, mark my words. They are enemy no 1.

    They are the front line troops for the Global socialist U.N.

    They are not government and are not recognised as such by our constitution.
    They are a service provider for state governments.
    They cannot make laws or collect taxation.

    Your rates aren’t called a property tax for this reason.
    Section 112 is interesting as it states that charges collected by states for inspection of goods imported or exported , a levy, (all that they are legally allowed to charge for) must be handed to the commonwealth.

    Basically , if you cannot go to your service provider and decide what part of their service you wish to purchase and both parties agree to a price, you are not paying for a service, you are paying a tax.
    Which state governments cannot do.

  34. John Constantine

    Chinese communist party begins building a military base in Afghanistan, controlling the Afghan finger of territory that stretches out to touch the Chinese border.

    Logistics easier to manage on your border zones.

  35. Mater

    Those poor little dears, the African lads who are terrorising Melbourne, are “caught between cultures”

    I don’t know about that. It would appear their culture is in full swing (pun intended).
    I’d suggest that the victims of the home invasions are the ones “caught between cultures”.

  36. Baldrick

    Rae
    #2608611, posted on January 13, 2018 at 6:50 am

    Well there’s a surprise. The Big Government tax hoover sides with Big Government tax hoovering.
    Fuck off you Kitteh Stalking loon.

  37. Baldrick

    Via TheirABC :

    Craig McLachlan allegedly sexually harassed cast and crew on Doctor Blake Mysteries set
    An actor and a crew member from the top-rating TV drama The Doctor Blake Mysteries have come forward with allegations Craig McLachlan sexually harassed staff and behaved inappropriately on the set.
    The new allegations include that he held a banana to his crotch and thrust it into the faces of an actress and a director.
    He is also accused of “dry humping” a female crew member during the production and telling a male crew member who offered to get him a drink “I’d prefer a hand job”.

    All very revealing, until you reach the end –
    – with additional research by Tracey Spicer

  38. Baldrick

    Sunrise going the full TDS. Sh!thole Sh!thole Sh!thole! Aaaarrrgh! Racist! Outrage!

    Apparently calling shithole countries, shithole countries is bad.
    Calling half a country’s population deplorable, not so much.

  39. H B Bear

    Tracey Spicer is the Dr Blake of frightbats. The circle is complete.

  40. calli

    Spicer has been searching for post-screen relevance for years. And as the shaming bandwagon arrived in town, nimble Trace not only hopped on, she elbowed her way to the driver’s seat.

    That being said, McLaughlan appears to be a genuine, 70’s style grub. Hard to feel any sympathy for him.

  41. Baldrick

    Hahaha thanks HBB I’m going to pinch that.

  42. Tel

    They are not government and are not recognised as such by our constitution.
    They are a service provider for state governments.
    They cannot make laws or collect taxation.

    But state governments usually back the local councils up with whatever regulations they want to throw at individual homeowners. They only buck the councils when it’s a big project and the developer has clout at the state level.

  43. calli

    Keith Sutor, Seven’s homegrown Democrat shill and foreign affairs “expert”, wobbled his jowls while claiming Trump’s support base was “very narrow”.

    Someone show Keefie this please. Ta.

  44. Stimpson J. Cat

    Those poor little dears, the African lads who are terrorising Melbourne, are “caught between cultures”

    Black Fathers Matter.

  45. Bruce of Newcastle

    Conrad Black decries Wolff crying wolf…

    Trump’s Foes Beat Retreat To a Rat-Infested Trench And Wave 25th Amendment

    Having encountered Michael Wolff and having had an acidulous public exchange with him, I attest that he is an utterly odious man. He can’t write properly, has no professional integrity, and is a sociophobic mud-slinger and myth-maker. His entry into the continuing Trump controversy in its twilight proclaims that we have reached the era of the swiftly evaporating, nausea-inducing nothingburger.

    Yet, in what will surely prove the one civically useful thing Mr. Wolff will have done in his adult life, he has performed almost the final evisceration of the throbbing pustule of deranged Trumpophobia. His book is so overtly and egregiously false, so completely worthless as an account of what is happening in the White House, the respectable elements of Trumpophobia are finally taking to the lifeboats. They can no longer do boat drill with, and wear the same uniform as, the psychotics, the displaced crooks and decayed servitors of Clintonia, and the violent riff-raff of the extreme Left and Right.

    It gets even better as you read the whole thing!

    (h/t Lucianne)

  46. John Constantine

    The Stalinist that ambushed simple rural folk with an attempted fifty percent farming rate rise in the Ararat shire is now Mayor.
    Blames mental illness and history of suffering on farm domestic violence for hating men and worshipping Stalin.

    “Cr McLean finished her first mayoral address on a personal note, touching on her experience as a family-violence survivor.

    “I lived with this family violence on a farm for 40 years and I dealt with the outcomes and the repercussions of that and the damage to my family, my neighbours and other people in my life,” she said.

    “It has caused damage for me that means I’m feisty, that I’m gun-shy, that I’ll often say things and get jumpy about what’s ahead for me.

    “But what it’s given me is a passionate desire to look after the underdog and a clear desire to speak up for those who cannot speak.”

    Cr McLean said moving forward, she accepted the municipality’s rating strategy was out of her control and would be determined by a panel of experts and an independent chairperson.

    She said the municipality’s residents were concerned with a wide range of issues, including road maintenance and services.”

    The relentless ratchet left continues.

    http://www.theweeklyadvertiser.com.au/2017/11/01/cr-glenda-mclean-elected-new-ararat-mayor-paul-hooper-resigns/

  47. C.L.

    Mission accomplished …
    Tasmania’s only abortion clinic shuts its doors. No demand.
    At ABC Online, “doctor” who spent 17 years killing children remembers the good old days:

    “Back in 2000 there were 25 to 30 surgical terminations a week and that’s slowly dropped due to the combined effects of contraception and managing it earlier,” he said.

    No new Mercedes for you.
    Greens demand new government abortion mill:

    Greens leader Cassy O’Connor is also calling on the Government to act.

    “Tasmania now only has one private practitioner who can conduct surgical terminations, and only on a part-time basis,” Ms O’Connor said.

    “The Hodgman Government needs to step in as a matter of priority, and move to ensure surgical terminations can be made available in public hospitals…

    “We encourage the Liberals to do the right thing, and hope Health Minister Michael Ferguson’s well-known ideological opposition doesn’t get in the way.”

    ABC editorialises:

    Doctors who oppose abortion are compelled to give women a list of willing practitioners.

    Tasmania’s only abortion clinic closes, putting pressure on government to find alternative.

  48. egg_

    Craig McLachlan allegedly sexually harassed cast and crew on Doctor Blake Mysteries set

    Actor Craig McLachlan, major star of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, is a larrikin, unlike the character of Dr Blake?

    I’m shocked, I tells ya!

  49. egg_

    Meanwhile, Tracey Spicer’s hairbrush alleges sexual abuse and is lodging a class action suit with the vegetable drawer.

  50. C.L.
    #2608662, posted on January 13, 2018 at 9:10 am
    ————————————————————————
    Greens demand new government abortion mill:

    Greens leader Cassy O’Connor is also calling on the Government to act.

    “Tasmania now only has one private practitioner who can conduct surgical terminations, and only on a part-time basis,” Ms O’Connor said.

    the greens are fvking evil

  51. Up The Workers!

    To C.L. at 9.10am:-
    Don’t worry, perhaps the mendicant State of Tasmania can revive their old “Fox Eradication Task-force” which kept heaps of otherwise Sheltered Workshoppers fat and happy for years chasing shadows, courtesy of the ever-generous taxpayers’ dollar.

    They might even be able to boast of their handiwork by hanging all the hides on the nearest fence.

    I’m sure Tassie hasn’t yet seen the last of its “hypocritic oafs” armed with a sharp set of secateurs and a Jumbo-sized pad of Medicare Claim forms.

  52. egg_

    Rae
    #2608611, posted on January 13, 2018 at 6:50 am

    Well there’s a surprise. The Big Government tax hoover sides with Big Government tax hoovering.
    Fuck off you Kitteh Stalking loon.

    Is there a worse parasite than a State Govt employee?

  53. stackja

    The data on abortions displayed on the Worldometers’ counter is based on the latest statistics on worldwide abortions published by the World Health Organization (WHO). According to WHO, every year in the world there are an estimated 40-50 million abortions. This corresponds to approximately 125,000 abortions per day.

  54. stackja

    According to the World Health Organization, road traffic injuries caused an estimated 1.25 million deaths worldwide in the year 2010.

  55. Geriatric Mayfly

    Those poor little dears, the African lads who are terrorising Melbourne, are “caught between cultures” laments Simone Fox Koob

    Seven periods in Gum Nut Cottage with Mr. Gormsby, should straighten out their cultural confusion.

  56. Do we have an Australian Standard (e.g. AS666) for how to conduct yourself when your home is invaded?
    Such a standard is required so we can prepare ourselves and behave according to world’s best practice.

  57. cohenite

    Do we have an Australian Standard (e.g. AS666) for how to conduct yourself when your home is invaded?
    Such a standard is required so we can prepare ourselves and behave according to world’s best practice.

    Division 3 sections 418 onwards:

    http://www7.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/viewdb/au/legis/nsw/consol_act/ca190082/

    Says nothing about shooting someone or even pointing a gun at someone.

  58. Rae

    Is there a worse parasite than a State Govt employee?

    Dunno. Maybe you. Since I’m not a Govt employee, State or otherwise, I don’t have a benchmark to compare you with.

  59. Leigh Lowe

    Do we have an Australian Standard (e.g. AS666) for how to conduct yourself when your home is invaded?

    Pay attention!
    The ring-master at Ashton’s Circus has already issued guidelines … “be compliant, give them the keys, the cards, cash, the lot. Call them massa, tug your forelock and avert your eyes.”
    This way Fatty can deem the handing over of the keys as a “gifting of income redistribution” and keep it off the crime stats.

  60. Leigh Lowe

    Your opinion was not sought, parasite.

  61. Up The Workers!

    If this Cassy O’Connor from the Tasmanian Brown Movement is so desperately concerned that Tasmania’s professional baby-killers-for-profit might suffer the indignity of being on the arse-end of the same dole queue that the Brown Movement has put half the rest of that State on, perhaps the Tasmanian Misgovernment might bring back the Death Penalty for crimes like terrorism, murder, espionage, arson, rape, child molesting, drug dealing, membership of the Brown Movement, Get-Up or the A.L.P. – just so Cassy’s precious baby-killing industry of professional hypocritic oafs can “keep their hand in” and retain their legendary proficiency.

    The greatest tragedy with the obscenity of abortion is that the mothers of its greatest proponents, never presciently took the later advice of their daughters, when those same daughters were conceived.

    Maybe Cassy could book herself in down at her local abortion abattoir for a “retrospective”?

    If nothing else, it would potentially save the few remaining Tasmanians still in employment, one grossly unearned Parliamentary salary.

    On Cassy’s advice, perhaps the Germans should keep the gas ovens at Auschwitz fired up and in working order – just so the Nationalist SOCIALIST Party’s Gestapo Guards don’t lose their legendary deft touch and proficiency.

  62. Leigh. Does that mean I should dig up the claymores on the front lawn?

  63. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From Baldrick at 8:34 am:

    “Via TheirABC :

    Craig McLachlan allegedly sexually harassed cast and crew on Doctor Blake Mysteries set
    An actor and a crew member from the top-rating TV drama The Doctor Blake Mysteries have come forward with allegations Craig McLachlan sexually harassed staff and behaved inappropriately on the set.
    The new allegations include that he held a banana to his crotch and thrust it into the faces of an actress and a director.
    He is also accused of “dry humping” a female crew member during the production and telling a male crew member who offered to get him a drink “I’d prefer a hand job”.”

    I don’t know who this bloke was, I don’t remember him but I gather from Calli that he was around in the 1970s.

    I wonder why not a single one of the accusers, or one of their big mates, did not slam his face into a brick wall thrice per week until he stopped, or knee him him in the nuts , or close the door on his hand 23 times over or pull rank as a “director” and send him to the dunny for a flogging (followed by tipping the dunny over if it was an on site job). What a thoroughly gutless lot they were.

    Then they wait 40 odd years to cry about it publicly, like late developing teenagers. He is a turd alright but they are a waste of time.

  64. Farmer Gez

    The home invaders in Melbourne will eventually run out of luck when they hit on a hunting and shooting Lebanese home. We’ll see how fast they can run from a load of quail shot honing in their arse.

  65. Mother Lode

    The Irish had better watch how they pronounce third world countries

    “Turd World”?

    Isn’t that, more or less, the Don’s point?

  66. Snoopy

    The ring-master at Ashton’s Circus has already issued guidelines … “be compliant, give them the keys, the cards, cash, the lot.

    I recommend that Cats approaching pension age confirm as to whether taking this advice could offend Centrelink’s deprived income rules.

  67. Rossini

    calli
    #2608649, posted on January 13, 2018, at 8:49 am

    That being said, McLaughlan appears to be a genuine, 70’s style grub. Hard to feel any sympathy for him.

    Good to see that you accept all crap that the media dishes out

  68. calli

    Rossini, did you notice the word “appears” in my comment?

  69. Bruce of Newcastle

    The ring-master at Ashton’s Circus has already issued guidelines … “be compliant, give them the keys, the cards, cash, the lot.

    Maybe it’ll all change if the circus gets done over:

    Dem Attorney General Candidate in Illinois Robbed at Gunpoint While Taking Promotional Photos

    Aaron Goldstein, 42, and several members of his campaign team were taking publicity shots in the middle of the afternoon when three men in their early 20s approached them, according to the Chicago Tribune. … The gunman and two other men robbed Goldstein and four others of camera equipment and their cellphones

    Own goal!

  70. notafan

    Facebook has it’s uses, just like Twitter.

    I’m sorry I messed up the link. It should have been to The funny [email protected]

  71. John Constantine

    Quail shooting will become interesting under new Stalinist Meat and livestock regulations, requiring hunting dogs to be excluded, unless full coronary histories are kept on record by the landowner, and a sign in book is kept, with an up to date copy of the shooters passport.

    Although these days, the quail shooter walking through your paddock could have bought his cousin straight off the plane from the middle east, wearing the boots he wore to the Eid festival.

    Quail season no longer for livestock farms.

    Plus quail are now legally sentient in Victoria anyway.

  72. Rossini

    “Oops”
    Apologies calli, obviously glossed over that important disclaimer!
    Suitably chastised…..hang head in shame!

  73. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Rae
    #2608680, posted on January 13, 2018 at 9:48 am

    Fuck off, Grogarly, you oxygen thief.

  74. egg_

    I’m not a Govt employee

    State Govt contractor, sockie XYZ?

  75. Farmer Gez

    Craig McLachlan ain’t no 70’s grub. Neighbours is mid 80’s. Number 96 is 70’s. Fill in your own blanks.

  76. calli

    Rossini, my comment to you was overly terse. I blame being chemicalised by Domestos. 😬

  77. struth

    Anyone watching my link to Wayne Glew, I would just like to point out that he has some very valid points of interest that he is making and it’s a good start on the road to understanding what is going on but he is not correct in my view about everything, and also assumes some things and comes to conclusions based on those assumptions that could easily be disregarded by courts as not being in black and white, therefore you’d be thinking twice before relying on it.

  78. calli

    I was thinking of a “type”, Gez. I worked with someone who did some of the the stuff McLaughlan is accused of and all the fellows laughed (admittedly, some of them shamefaced) as he did it. No chance of complaining back then.

    He always made sure the Manager was out of sight and hearing when he did it. And he had the Accountant on-side. It was horrible.

  79. egg_

    Fuck off, Grogarly, you oxygen thief.

    Tut, tut – we’re supposed to have meaningful Leftoid dialogue with the trolls and leave the 1950s jokes to I.T. – didn’t you get the memo?

  80. The data on abortions displayed on the Worldometers’ counter is based on the latest statistics on worldwide abortions published by the World Health Organization (WHO). According to WHO, every year in the world there are an estimated 40-50 million abortions. This corresponds to approximately 125,000 abortions per day.

    Modern feminism makes the butcher’s bill of Communism and Nazism look amateurish.

  81. Uh oh.

    Not much being said about the who the why and the what of Dolly Everett’s (the Akubra girl) bullying. The parents say they aren’t concerned about the who or why, her school is mainly concerned for its students’ privacy, her friends have nothing but good things to say about her and police are supposedly investigating. Lots of calls for better education, supervision, counselling, blah, blah,, blah but it looks like the perpetrators will just walk away scot-free and move on to their next target. Not much outrage, no calls for justice, just a lot of tut-tuting and we all move on.
    Or is there something more to this story?

  82. Rae

    “Oops”
    Apologies calli, obviously glossed over that important disclaimer!
    Suitably chastised…..hang head in shame!

    Don’t know why. Cajoled into submission maybe? Anyway, you were right the first time. “appears” is the same as “looks like” and a pretty clear statement of belief in what was said about McLaughlan.

  83. egg_

    Rae
    #2608615, posted on January 13, 2018 at 7:15 am
    POTUS Diplomacy

    “Gunfight at Greeley’s shithole”?

    I say, old boy, that doesn’t sound rather sporting?

  84. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Tut, tut – we’re supposed to have meaningful Leftoid dialogue with the trolls and leave the 1950s jokes to I.T. – didn’t you get the memo?

    Pity, I was only just getting started on rather a choice list of insults.

  85. Rae

    I was only just getting started on rather a choice list of insults.

    Old sot you are an insult, to humanity. Which is pretty much what I said to you with different words at least twice in the last few days.

  86. Up The Workers!

    Isn’t it odd how selectively blind, deaf and hypocritical Leftards are over sexual matters.

    Leftards of decades standing, such as Harvey Wankstains, Kevin Spacey, Louis C.K., Ben Affleck, James Franco, Paul Haggis, Gene Simmons, Morgan Spurlock, Craig McLaughlin, Geoffrey Rush (though the latter seems more a matter of character assassination by a bunch of hissy-fitting Sydney thespian types) are (amongst many others) allegedly “outed” by hearsay, and all their formerly obsequious best pals for decades, are suddenly all over them like a bad case of genital herpes, having known about the ‘disgraceful’ behaviour for years.

    Yet when Bonking Billy Clinton or Bonking Billy Short-One are each accused of sexual molestation or rape, it is the VICTIM who is vilified by the Left and whose story is ignored, while the alleged perpetrator is held up as an object worthy of admiration and of holding the highest office in the land.

    In the case of Craig McLaughlin, it is a great pity that the middle-aged “Dr. Blake” seems never to have learned any lessons as a “Young Doctors” days which might otherwise have led him to keep his wandering “Frank-n-furter” to himself rather than allowing it to allegedly go rogue.

  87. egg_

    Old sot you are an insult, to humanity. Which is pretty much what I said to you with different words at least twice in the last few days.

    I say, old boy, that’s rather uncalled for.

  88. Mike of Marion

    Well folks, that was one of the most poxxy nights I’ve ever endured. must be a backlash from the anaesthetic. I was lurch last night.

    On the op table I came around about 10-15 secs early as they were pulling all the cameras and stuff . didn’t hit me with enough I reckon.

    .As it is at mo., they said the results could be a few days and so Tuesday at 3 may get pushed back – we shall see.

    So I’m upright and onwards Cata and Cittehs!!

  89. egg_

    Rae
    #2608716, posted on January 13, 2018 at 10:42 am

    Did you get socks for Christmas?

  90. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Old sot you are an insult, to humanity. Which is pretty much what I said to you with different words at least twice in the last few days.

    If that’s the best you can do, Grogarly, I consider myself unscathed. Now fuck off, you pustule on the arsehole of humanity.

  91. Sydney Boy

    I’m now 4 episodes in to Stan’s Romper Stomper TV series. My favourite bit was when the leftie group Antifasch, masked up and carrying weapons such as crowbars, pipes, and sledge hammers attempted to bash a group of Patriot Blue attending a funeral. It was their clear intent to hurt people with a different opinion. Unfortunately, Patriot Blue were prepared, and had a counter-attack force on standby. The lefties were the ones who ended up more bashed and bruised. The director perfectly captured the look on the face of the leader when she realised that shit was getting real, and rather than freely bashing people at a funeral, her crew of uni cretins were getting hurt. The non-existent Melbourne African crime gangs have just been introduced into the story – it will be interesting to see where that goes.

    Again, the series seems to be pushing me to support the Nationalists, but it is making the point that no one in these groups is a winner.

  92. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    So I’m upright and onwards Cata and Cittehs!!

    All the best, Mike.

  93. C.L.

    As it strains day and night to turn Europe into a shithole, Vatican takes five to declare …

    … Trump’s ‘shithole’ comment offensive.

    The pope has never commented on Barack Obama’s attempt to jail the Little Sisters of the Poor.

  94. calli

    The newspaper did not print the word “shithole,” which Trump reportedly used repeatedly on Thursday at a White House meeting on immigration on Thursday, according to U.S. Democratic Senator Dick Durbin, who attended the gathering.

    A “reportedly used repeatedly” reported repeatedly by a Dem senator.

    It must be a satirical piece.

  95. calli

    Rossini, are you feeling submissive? If so, please come over and clean my bathrooms. Ta.

    😁

  96. Snoopy

    If shithole countries aren’t shitholes then repatriating their citizens can’t be cruel, right?

  97. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    STATE POLITICS
    No African gang crisis? Wrong, says victim Val

    The Australian
    12:00AM January 13, 2018
    Simone Fox Koob
    Journalist
    Sydney
    @SimoneFoxKoob
    Tessa Akerman
    Reporter
    Melbourne
    @TessaAkerman

    The victim of a violent home ­invasion in Melbourne’s west, who was slapped and threatened while the family house was ransacked, says the government and police are “wrong” to deny the state is facing an African gang crisis, urging leaders to visit victims of crime.

    Val, who did not want her surname published, was minding her nephew’s family home last week when a group of more than 10 youths of African appearance shattered the glass back door and trashed the home, forcing her to sit in the front room while they threatened her with baseball bats and stole technology and money.

    Nine days after the attack, 59-year-old Val has watched with ­increased concern as the state government and police have stepped back from labelling a recent of spate of youth crime as a “crisis”. Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton at a press conference on Thursday rubbished claims that Melburnians felt unsafe to go out to dinner.

    “I got very angry when I saw the police press conference. I thought you really need to open your eyes and look at what’s happening. You need to visit these areas which are quite highly populated,” Val told The Weekend Australian.

    “They are gangs. You talk about bad motorcycle boys, well hang on a minute, these are no better than the motorcycle boys. They are running around and terrorising people, and they’re saying they are not gangs, they are saying there is no problem in Victoria. They are wrong.”

    From the Oz.

  98. C.L.

    Angry lesbian can’t let go of her hatred:

    Billie Jean King backs calls to change name of Margaret Court Arena.

    Tennis legend Billie Jean King has thrown her support behind a push to rename Margaret Court Arena, declaring that she would refuse to play there if she was still on the tour because of the former Australian champion’s views on homosexuality.

  99. Leigh Lowe

    I asked Mrs L this morning if we could play Doctor Blakes.
    She said no.

  100. egg_

    A “reportedly used repeatedly” reported repeatedly by a Dem senator.

    Is that reporting abuse, or abuse of reporting?

  101. Perfidious Albino

    Likewise, Mike, all the best. Sounds like you’re progressing about as well as you could hope for at the moment, onwards and upwards!

  102. egg_

    I asked Mrs L this morning if we could play Doctor Blakes.
    She said no.

    Was she doing a ‘Tracey Spicer’?

  103. Bruce of Newcastle

    The pope has never commented on Barack Obama’s attempt to jail the Little Sisters of the Poor.

    Different planet.

    Obama: Fox News Followers ‘Are Living on a Different Planet’ Than NPR Listeners

    Former President Barack Obama said during a just-released interview that people who watch Fox News are living on a “different planet” than those who listen to National Public Radio (NPR). Obama joined David Letterman in the first episode of the former late-night host´s new Netflix show “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.”

    He’s right. NPR, Obama and Francis are indeed out of this world.

  104. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Chris Kenny in the Oz:

    If not for the publicly funded ABC, SBS, subsidised magazines, universities and bureaucratic ­interventions, the false narratives of the virtue-signallers would be soundly defeated in the open marketplace of ideas. Instead, their nonsense dominates.
    For much of last year journalists and commentators on the ABC spoke of a “reckless” Trump increasing the risk of “thermonuclear war” because of his sabre-rattling over North Korea. Radio National this week interviewed Christopher Hill, the US diplomat who led the six-party talks and other efforts under George W. Bush and Barack Obama to end North Korea’s weapons programs. Host Hamish Macdonald and Hill joked and mocked Trump’s efforts at diplomacy. Yet it was Hill and the West who had been played for fools by North Korea, leaving the world with this nuclear-armed ­legacy, and it is Trump who has ­delivered stronger sanctions from the UN, US and China.
    With the small but welcome ­development this week of the North and South holding talks, the ABC dropped its theme of Trump as the dominant and ham-fisted player and busied itself explaining why he could not claim credit for what had transpired. One moment its narrative had Trump bringing us to the brink of war (when things looked ominous) and the next we had the bellicose diplomacy of the world’s most powerful leader being irrelevant (when there were promising signs). This deception might pass muster on Q&A but it does not pass the pub test.
    The national broadcaster quotes Al Jazeera, Buzzfeed and CNN to mock and sneer at Trump and the daily confected scandals but seems to have missed the ­import of what is happening with American taxation reforms, the global economy and other developments in international relations. If this is how jaundiced and inaccurate it can be on issues where we can all see the facts, ­imagine what it might be getting away with on education policy, healthcare issues, border protection controversies and the climate and energy debate.

    But he still goes on to suggest that Malcolm Turnbull can change and pull it all around.
    Kenny’s dreaming. We need a real circuit breaker.

  105. JC

    Yep, Trump is insane.

    This comes from Environmental Politics… there is such a thing.

    Investigations of the interconnectedness of climate change with human societies require profound analysis of relations among humans and between humans and nature, and the integration of insights from various academic fields. An intersectional approach, developed within critical feminist theory, is advantageous. An intersectional analysis of climate change illuminates how different individuals and groups relate differently to climate change, due to their situatedness in power structures based on context-specific and dynamic social categorisations. Intersectionality sketches out a pathway that stays clear of traps of essentialisation, enabling solidarity and agency across and beyond social categories. It can illustrate how power structures and categorisations may be reinforced, but also challenged and renegotiated, in realities of climate change. We engage with intersectionality as a tool for critical thinking, and provide a set of questions that may serve as sensitisers for intersectional analyses on climate change.

    H/T

    MC

  106. calli

    They had a guy on Sunrise this morning who had spent weeks correlating Trump’s tweets to items broadcast on Fox News, coming to the conclusion that Trump watches TV for at least 4 hours a day.

    Apart from the obvious holes in the theory, this waste of human endeavour kicked an own goal. Trump, the horror, was causing news services to concentrate on his early morning tweets rather than covering other, more weighty, aspects of the administration.

    There is a cure. If only they could see it.

  107. Perfidious Albino

    Re Craig Mc, can’t say I’ve ever been a fan particularly and haven’t watched Dr Blake etc. He’s always seemed to have an ‘entertaining larrikin’ persona on the odd occasion I’ve seen him interviewed on the box.

    I wonder whether inhabiting the ‘outrageous’ character of Frankenfurter for so many years has compromised his self control?

  108. Infidel Tiger

    The left hates Americans interfering in our country. I’m sure foul and depraved lezzo BJK is in for a hard time from them.

  109. johanna

    Leftards of decades standing, such as Harvey Wankstains, Kevin Spacey, Louis C.K., Ben Affleck, James Franco, Paul Haggis, Gene Simmons

    Wash your mouth out, UTW!

    Gene Simmons is a lifelong and vocal conservative. What’s more, the ‘charge’ against him (which he denies) has nothing to do with groping, exposing himself, rape or anything like it. He was accused of saying something tasteless while at the lying CNN studios by people who detest his politics.

  110. Farmer Gez

    Vicpol are widening their investigation of inappropriate sexual behaviour and language by males.
    Police sources stated two hundred thousand fourteen year old boys are wanted for questioning.

  111. Zatara

    I think Mr Lifson has it right.

    Trump has his enemies dancing to his tune with ‘s-hole countries’ comments

    Trump is thus forcing the country to have a conversation about a topic that political correctness forbids: which countries, and which cultures, we want more of in the United States.

    Intentionally or not, Trump has his enemies carrying the message of ‘shitholes’ loudly and repeatedly to the American people. There is absolutely no way that concept won’t be in the back of everyone’s mind whenever immigration is discussed from now on.

  112. JC

    Bruce

    Funny you mention that. Went to a dinner last night and of course the subject turned to Trump. A Californian old gal was lambasting Trump and of course I politely suggested she was exaggerating and that he done good things… the obvious question came up … Like what?

    You should have seen the priceless expression on her face when I told her about the semi destruction of the EPA!

  113. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    INQUIRER
    South Sudanese migrants’ families struggle to come to terms with violent history

    The Australian
    12:00AM January 13, 2018

    Simone Fox Koob
    Journalist
    Sydney
    @SimoneFoxKoob

    Gatluak Puoch was 13 when the army told his parents their son was ready to go to war. Sudan was then in the middle of a civil war which for decades tore apart tight-knit communities and families as warring groups clashed in the central-east African nation.

    By his 14th birthday, Puoch saw no future for himself.

    “You can imagine that being a kid at that stage, being confused about what is happening in the country, what caused it, what the solution will be — it was about day-to-day coping. It became so intense I couldn’t cope with it, I had to make choice. I told my dad I had to go. I made a choice, because life was just too bad.”

    Puoch would leave his family home and spend eight years in a refugee camp in Ethiopia until he stepped on to Australian shores in 2002. Now studying for his third degree — a juris doctor at La Trobe University — the 35-year-old lives in Tarneit, in Melbourne’s west, where he works in support services for struggling families and young people from migrant backgrounds.

    From the Oz. If this character is studying for his third degree, what would his HECS debt be?

  114. JC

    Intentionally or not, Trump has his enemies carrying the message of ‘shitholes’ loudly and repeatedly to the American people. There is absolutely no way that concept won’t be in the back of everyone’s mind whenever immigration is discussed from now on.

    Lol So true.

  115. Up The Workers!

    “Shithole”?

    Isn’t that the specific medical term for the orifice immediately beneath a Leftard’s nostrils?

  116. JC

    Really good piece in Manhattan Contrarian.

    Do not ever speak to the FBI or any similar agency as they manufacture charges.

    http://manhattancontrarian.com/blog/2018/1/11/more-on-the-fundamental-corruption-of-justice-and-the-fbi

  117. johanna

    Mike of Marion, best wishes, keep the music playing!

  118. Sydney Boy

    Puoch would leave his family home and spend eight years in a refugee camp in Ethiopia until he stepped on to Australian shores in 2002. Now studying for his third degree — a juris doctor at La Trobe University — the 35-year-old lives in Tarneit, in Melbourne’s west, where he works in support services for struggling families and young people from migrant backgrounds.

    Great sample size … of one.

  119. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Doc was wrong. My eyes are still somewhat red, itchy and swollen. It’s very aging.
    I am going to lie down with ice paks for company. In the aircon.
    Pretend I’m in the US. Global cooling. Trump comfortingly in charge.
    I will never again bury my head into a bouquet of unknown flora.
    They think it is allergy not infection. Grevillia a prime suspect.
    I’m on the anti-inflammatories as well now.

    Only have episodes 8,9,10 of The Queen Series 2 left to view. Hairy watching with me nightly.
    We’ve had Princess Margaret and her Tony; she is still finding it hard to drop the Princess schtick.
    We’ve had Edward Eight (ret.) come back into the picture and his Nazi past revealed.
    Many British supporters shown to still have time for him. Did the Nazi’s promise him the throne?
    We’ve had Eliz Two very worried about all that, while attracted to Evangelical Christianity.
    She invites Billy Graham to tea. I admire that, as depicted. She was concerned about Edward and Forgiveness. I find Christianity attractive because of its stress on forgiveness. So why wouldn’t she?
    (I wonder if she really did invite Billy; it does make sense that she’d try honestly to sort out her position with God, being the Numero Uno above the Archbishops, and yet a simpler soul than they.)
    We’ve had the debutantes dropped and the monarchy trying to clip its accent; very understandable.
    Last I saw the Duke, now a Prince, which seemed to matter, was busy making Andrew with Our Queen.

    All fascinating.

  120. Aqinas

    Now that Trump has opened the can of worms we in Australia need to be discussing why we keep importing people from shithole countries too?

  121. Those poor little dears, the African lads who are terrorising Melbourne, are “caught between cultures” laments Simone Fox Koob (that’s surely in the running for an award from Tim Blair as a prize Adelaide name) in The Australian.

    The only kind thing to do is to decide the whole project has failed – is there a failure criteria? – and send them back.

  122. overburdened

    Naturally, there will be a Self-Radicalised Whitey (TM) who will go full tilt on one of our immigrant origined or first nation Diversity Champions (patent pending) whilst said Champion is trying to rob him or destroy his property or rape his wife and children or assault all of the above in the name of Social Inclusion. A few things will happen.
    The SRW will find that the Champion is like an empty chip packet and be surprised how quickly the Champion goes from oppressor to victim without wanting to engage in a battle so much as to hit and run, and blame Australia for being racist.
    The SRW will be denied the opportunity to claim mental illness, persecution and or hurt feelings, self defence or solo operator status as it is axiomatic that if a SRW does anything about anything then he or she is an agent of the xenophobes and a foot soldier of Far Right.
    Masses of wailing Champions of Diversity and their spawn (that multiplies in the style of binary fusion) will be hitting MSM, SM and staging protests demanding the overthrow of the Government for enabling such a terrorist act.
    Police will use special Martial Law powers to prevent average Australians from counter protesting or from defending their property from destruction during legally sanctioned demonstrations by aggrieved C of D’s.
    Said masses will be showered with even more taxpayer dollars both directly (via Centrelink’s benefits schedule- well worth a look at-, as well as ex gratia payments because), be granted immunity from prosecution from rorting the Centrelink, NDIS, Child Care and whatever other cash cows they currently milk because of equity and social justice, and as retribution for said SRW’s heinous behaviour of not sticking with the program as outlined by luminaries such as Head Plod Ashton in Victoria.
    Said masses will be granted permission to sponsor all identifiable relatives living in the not-a-shit-hole place from whence they came to emigrate to Australia to attempt to redress the issue of being persecuted minorities.
    Morning television programs will run for weeks with the need for understanding of the onus of responsibility for everything that’s bad ever in history resting on current white people- except women or inner city hipsters/ gender fluids/ homos/ others selected entities. David Koch will overwork the smarm and start each of his rants with a grab of the Black Eyed Peas’ ‘Where is the Love’.
    The School curriculum nationwide will be overhauled so the only subject will be the Safe Schools Program, compulsorily delivered in Benaadir, Maay, Njerea, Pitjantjatjara and other culture enriching languages. English will be banned. School will be a voluntary option.
    The UN will be forced to send Peace Keepers to intern white Australians, who as an act of repudiation for their statist and gender unequal and white privileged Fascism, have been stripped of citizenship.
    In time Australia will identified as the paragon of the new age. In some circles it may be called Neovenezuala. It’s official title will be Stoneageistan.
    This is why one of you privileged white bastards need to get out there and have a crack. It’s logical for the continued good of the Country. Lazy inaction is holding up progress.

  123. Struth;

    They are the front line troops for the Global socialist U.N.

    …and have been deliberately targeted by Green ‘entryism’ cronies.
    Think I’m joking?
    Look at the shit they promote.

  124. struth

    That means nothing BorisG.

    The stupidity of Wayne Glew is him thinking he could win.

    It doesn’t mean his arguments on much of what he says (not all) has merit.

    Just because our governments are acting unconstitutionally, doesn’t mean by pointing it out to them you are going to win.
    I’ll still be paying my land tax, as that is what it is.
    I come from the angle with rates that as I have no choice as to the amount and cannot decide to not have the service, that it is a tax.

    Everything else state governments charge for is optional.
    You don’t have to drive your car on roads, you don’t have to have a licence.

    But private ownership of any property cannot be taxed, and I have no choice but to pay.
    It’s obviously a tax.
    And I would suggest that it being kept by the council and not given to the commonwealth is also unconstitutional, but seeing the constitution never envisaged this criminal behaviour, it didn’t specifically address where the funds from this crime should go.

    Linking to an opinion piece on Wayne Glew by a local journalist is laughable.

    Wayne raises many good points and especially about the Australia act, and if every Aussie knew just half as much about their constitution as he does, we wouldn’t be in this shit.

    He’s got Irish in him, I reckon.

    The things to take away from it.

    We are a Christian based country and our constitution is based in it.

    The Australia act needs a lot more scrutiny by the general population and definitely before we talk about being a republic.

    The constitution needs to be immediately re-introduced into our education system.
    If all is fine, and our parliamentary representatives and judiciary are all constitutionally correct they’ve got nothing to worry about.

  125. stackja

    CL BJK might suggest Riggs Arena?

  126. C.L.
    #2608734, posted on January 13, 2018 at 11:00 am
    Angry lesbian can’t let go of her hatred:
    Billie Jean King backs calls to change name of Margaret Court Arena.

    Courageous Australian male (ha!) steps up to support the great Margaret Court:

    Tournament director Craig Tiley said the matter of a name change was not up to Tennis Australia, as that responsibility fell to the state government. He said the organisation had not recommended Court’s name be stripped.

    “Everyone has the right to say what they want to say but everyone has the right to respond,” he said.

    Billie Jean knows that we are aligned in our thinking when it comes to her views.”

    Margaret Court has more decency and courage in her little pinky than Tiley and Tennis Australia have in their entire organisation.

  127. Dr Fred Lenin

    A group of grasping New York lawtradespersons ,are looking at new Mercedes and houses in the Hamptons inanticipation of the squillions they are going to make out of mayor comrade Di blasio s litigation against five oil companies for ,”destroying the climate” or some such gangrene bullshit . The mayor will of course use taxpayers money to pursue his u.n. Communist inspired vexatious litigation . I urge the oil companies to do the right thing by future generations and instantly stop supplying petrol ,oil,deisel and heating oil to the area ruled by the comrades . You will say people will die of cold and starvation , mayor Di blasio will use some of that global warming and the people can eat manna from the Marxist u,n, paradise . The wise guys are gearing up for=r a repeat of the prohibition bonanza only it will be food and oil this time .
    Truth is Trump will get to call his native New York a shithole and there will be no way to contradict him

  128. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    He’s got Irish in him, I reckon.

    Unmistakable, isn’t it? 🙂

  129. Tel

    The only kind thing to do is to decide the whole project has failed – is there a failure criteria? – and send them back.

    Common theme with government projects: no failure criteria, and no success criteria.

    Same applies to the wars in the Middle East… we don’t know if we are winning or losing, because we never envisaged what we were trying to achieve in the first place.

  130. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    I urge the oil companies to do the right thing by future generations and instantly stop supplying petrol ,oil,deisel and heating oil to the area ruled by the comrades .

    ‘Twould be a salutary lesson for the greenies and all who ride with them.
    I hope Trump finds a way to address this sort of greenie lawfare against oil.

  131. IR:

    Leigh. Does that mean I should dig up the claymores on the front lawn?

    You bury your claymore mines?
    Mine placement fail.

  132. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Lazy inaction is holding up progress.

    Sadly I am indisposed at present and thus not available. 🙂
    Nor do I really have the heart and stomach of a man.
    Thus I am, as a mere non-regal Elizabeth, highly unsuitable.
    Johanna might do though. The Dutch have courage.
    Alternatively, where’s Stimpy? Surely he can have a go?

  133. Tel

    Only have episodes 8,9,10 of The Queen Series 2 left to view. Hairy watching with me nightly. We’ve had Princess Margaret and her Tony; she is still finding it hard to drop the Princess schtick.

    There’s more than a thousand back episodes of the Tom Woods show, equally good in a darkened room.

  134. egg_

    In the case of Craig McLaughlin, it is a great pity that the middle-aged “Dr. Blake” seems never to have learned any lessons as a “Young Doctors” days which might otherwise have led him to keep his wandering “Frank-n-furter” to himself rather than allowing it to allegedly go rogue.

    Never go full “Frank N. Furter”?

  135. Northshore Redneck

    Sydney Boy,

    After the talk here about it I have it a go and finished the 6th episode last night. Pure lefty revisionist crap, not even a decent sex scene to be had! Muslims are all moderate and reasonable victims, the nationalists actual inbred Nazis that quote scripture deluded by the Christian Bible.

    I experienced absolute rage with the finale but won’t spoil it for you. The writers need to be romper stomped, beaten with a frozen duck, and strung up with piano wire on lamp posts in that shithole Victoriastan.

  136. Uh oh.
    #2608711, posted on January 13, 2018 at 10:28 am
    Not much being said about the who the why and the what of Dolly Everett’s (the Akubra girl) bullying.

    Some simple things to do immediately to minimise young people deliberately hurting another Dolly:

    Make all children compete in sport, gymnastics, chess, and education. Eliminate the “all children must win a prize philosophy”. This way many more young people will experience failure as they grow up and therefore be more empathetic to others who are seen as losers.

    Introduce the cane to schools. Punish the bullies with it. They will associate bullying with pain and minimise their own bullying.

    Name the bullies, irrespective of their age, and have the parents punished too. Parents will then drive the digital market into developing applications where electronic devices can be monitored for key words. Parental supervision would increase overnight.

    Finally, take legal action against bullies whose actions cause suicide. Imposing control from the courts will lead to self-control by kids and adults alike.

  137. EvilElvis

    and telling a male crew member who offered to get him a drink “I’d prefer a hand job

    I dunno, if I’ve had a few and am fully hydrated I’d probably go a hand shandy as well.

    Not from Tracey Spicer though…

  138. Tom

    Really good piece in Manhattan Contrarian.
    Do not ever speak to the FBI or any similar agency as they manufacture charges.

    Thanks JC. Excellent piece on how Mueller used a timebomb in the statutes — similar to the 1995 amendments to the Australian Racial Discrimination Act that were unused for nearly two decades before they were unleashed in a vicious attack on free speech — to manufacture fake “crimes” against Manafort, Gates, Papadopoulos, and Flynn.

  139. struth

    In the case of Craig McLaughlin, it is a great pity that the middle-aged “Dr. Blake” seems never to have learned any lessons as a “Young Doctors” days which might otherwise have led him to keep his wandering “Frank-n-furter” to himself rather than allowing it to allegedly go rogue.

    Has he been tried and convicted already?

  140. EvilElvis

    Hung I think struth.

    The court case is pending.

  141. Tel

    You bury your claymore mines?
    Mine placement fail.

    He probably has these buried (many people seem to get them confused with claymore mines):
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M16_mine

  142. woolfe

    Les Deplorables‏
    @woolfe

    Lets make the list short, who hasn’t #CraigMclachlan sexually molested?

  143. pete m

    Bit tired of Trump denying some comment when rep and dems say he made.

    Stop being a cuck and say “so what”.

    Now he has pushed back iran sanctions

    Cucking start to 18 don

  144. egg_

    Lets make the list short, who hasn’t #CraigMclachlan sexually molested?

    Sounds like Tracey Spicer missed out.

  145. Lets make the list short …

    My beagle reckons its ears have been rubbed in an inappropriate manner by a multitude of people.

  146. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Lets make the list short, who hasn’t #CraigMclachlan sexually molested?

    Tracy Spicer’s hair brush?

  147. Joe

    Anyone watching my link to Wayne Glew, I would just like to point out that he has some very valid points of interest that he is making and it’s a good start on the road to understanding what is going on but he is not correct in my view about everything, and also assumes some things and comes to conclusions based on those assumptions that could easily be disregarded by courts as not being in black and white, therefore you’d be thinking twice before relying on it.

    Could you state what and where you think he gets it wrong? What assumptions are being made to invalidate his position?

  148. Mick of the Gold Coast:

    I wonder why not a single one of the accusers, or one of their big mates, did not slam his face into a brick wall thrice per week until he stopped, or knee him him in the nuts , or close the door on his hand 23 times over or pull rank as a “director” and send him to the dunny for a flogging (followed by tipping the dunny over if it was an on site job). What a thoroughly gutless lot they were.

    “The act you walk past is the standard you accept.”

  149. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Jessica Falkholt clings to life after life support turned off following Boxing Day crash that killed family
    Staff writers | News Corp Australia
    January 13, 2018 3:45AM

    JESSICA Falkholt, the Home and Away actress and her younger sister Annabelle were pulled from the fiery wreckage of their car near Ulladulla on Boxing Day but her parents Lars and Vivian died at the scene.

    Jessica, 29, had her life support switched off one day after the funeral for her sister Annabelle, 21, and parents Lars, 69, and Vivian, 60.

    Jessica remains in a critical condition.

    Update.

  150. Delta A

    Boxing Day crash that killed family

    A similar tragedy at Milton. From The $Oz:

    Olympian fights for life after car crash kills wife
    EMILY RITCHIE RICK MORTON

    A former Olympian and head swimming coach at a prestigious Sydney school has had his family torn apart in a fatal crash on the NSW south coast that killed his wife and left him and his son clinging to life.

    The accident is similar to the crash that ended the lives of three members of the Falkholt family on Boxing Day.

    Hamid Mobarrez, his wife Tamy and their five-year-old son Eli were travelling home to Sydney from a school swim camp in Mollymook on Thursday afternoon when another vehicle allegedly veered into their lane at Milton and collided head-on with their Subaru.

    Ms Mobarrez, 36, died at the scene, while her husband and son suffered critical injuries and are fighting for life in hospital.

    Mr Mobarrez, 36, is a former Iranian Olympic swimmer who coaches students at Kincoppal Rose Bay college. It is understood Ms Mobarrez worked at the school pool in administration.

  151. CL,

    Angry lesbian can’t let go of her hatred:

    You know it’s because she put the hard word on Margaret Court, don’t you?
    And got a knock back?
    I heard it from the ABC once.

  152. Oh come on

    Has he been tried and convicted already?

    Do you say the same about Harvey Weinstein? Look I realise the difference – there are a lot more Weinstein accusers, Weinstein has admitted some of the things he’s been accused of – but it’s relative early days for McLachlan, and an increasing number of people are coming out of the woodwork, telling the same story. And people claiming to be witnesses, too. It’s not looking good for our Craig, let’s be realistic.

    And it really isn’t surprising that a lot of people are coming forward with their experiences of him. Yes, it’s possible that they’re all jumping on the bandwagon. Not likely and increasingly less so as more people emerge, but possible nevertheless. More likely is that a lot of people are coming out because there are a lot of victims. Someone who does the kinds of things he’s said to have done doesn’t do it to one person, one time. No, they think they can get away with it full stop, and do it to whoever takes their fancy. That seems increasingly likely – approaching overwhelmingly likely.

  153. Nick

    Seven periods in Gum Nut Cottage with Mr. Gormsby, should straighten out their cultural confusion.

    Hahahaha 🙂

  154. BorisG

    Linking to an opinion piece on Wayne Glew by a local journalist is laughable.

    have you read the document the journalist linked to? It clearly states the obvious fact that WA has its own constitution and that the local government act is constitutionally valid as long as it does not contradict the commonwealth or WA constitution. also that referendum that failed has no legal effect (that is, Wayne Glew makes an absurd claim that because the referendum that suggested mandating local councils has failed to pass, they are illegal.

    seems like the guy struggles with basic logical thinking.

  155. Tel

    Margaret Court
    #MeToo

    Full Court press?

  156. Mindfree

    From the old thread

    Hi Nick

    Yes, there was a documentary on the making of the Aja album – really good viewing. Is that what you were referring to?

  157. Nick

    So, how come the usual suspects aren’t both questioning and castigating the ABC about being a workplace that allowed sexual assaults to happen ? What did they know and when ?

  158. Infidel Tiger

    Puoch would leave his family home and spend eight years in a refugee camp in Ethiopia until he stepped on to Australian shores in 2002. Now studying for his third degree — a juris doctor at La Trobe University — the 35-year-old lives in Tarneit, in Melbourne’s west, where he works in support services for struggling families and young people from migrant backgrounds.

    Any danger this mooching swine can get a proper job rather than running up a $200k HECS debt he’ll never pay back?

  159. Aqinas

    Do you say the same about Harvey Weinstein?

    Have you learned nothing from Trump? Hoist the enemy on their own petard and dig the boot in when they are down. Whether Harvey is guilty or not he is on the side gleefully championing the destruction of Western civilisation so why should we not pile on?

  160. Bruce in WA

    Naturally, there will be a Self-Radicalised Whitey (TM) who will go full tilt on one of our immigrant origined or first nation Diversity Champions (patent pending) whilst said Champion is trying to rob him or destroy his property or rape his wife and children or assault all of the above in the name of Social Inclusion. A few things will happen.

    If this hypothetical was to go full Rambo using a legally owned firearm, I would almost put money on the feral government blackmailing the states (as Howard did) into totally banning firearms ownership in Australia.

  161. struth

    Could you state what and where you think he gets it wrong? What assumptions are being made to invalidate his position?

    I actually think he’s right on many things but wrong on others and it’s all about interpretation, yet he doesn’t seem to understand who is eventually going to do the interpreting.
    The side of the contract with the guns.

    I reckon he is wrong regarding section 44 and companies over 25 people, for example.

    He puts forth that if you are a member of a company, which he classifies political parties as, then if the company has over 25 members it invalidates your right to sit in parliament.

    Here is the actual clause and I will highlight the word I think he has missed.
    (remember I could be wrong)

    ……………………………Has any direct or indirect pecuniary interest in any agreement with the public service of the commonwealth otherwise than as a member and in common with other members of an incorporated company consisting of more than twenty five persons……………………………………is incapable of being chosen or sitting……………..blah blah

  162. OSC;

    “Everyone has the right to say what they want to say but everyone has the right to respond,” he said.
    “Billie Jean knows that we are aligned in our thinking when it comes to her views.”

    Gillian Triggs:
    “SADLY YOU CAN SAY WHAT YOU LIKE AROUND THE KITCHEN TABLE AT HOME”

  163. Nick

    Puoch would leave his family home and spend eight years in a refugee camp in Ethiopia until he stepped on to Australian shores in 2002. Now studying for his third degree — a juris doctor at La Trobe University — the 35-year-old lives in Tarneit, in Melbourne’s

    Strange we don’t often, in the same breath, hear thanks to Australia and all that it’s given. Perhaps this is part of the problem.

  164. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    More likely is that a lot of people are coming out because there are a lot of victims. Someone who does the kinds of things he’s said to have done doesn’t do it to one person, one time. No, they think they can get away with it full stop, and do it to whoever takes their fancy. That seems increasingly likely – approaching overwhelmingly likely.

    Yes. Still a bandwagon jump though. Lots of ‘victims’ (let’s get real a sexual insult and outrageous innuendo is not ‘victimising’ as in rape and serious assault) were seemingly quite happy to think of it as acceptable behavior for ‘his type’. Look at the role he was famous for. It was once acceptable behavior of a sort; it is not any more. We should just say we have moved on. I think much of this jumping on is simply virtue-signaling and I dislike its Robespierre aspects.

  165. Gilas

    From the old OT

    Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare
    #2608288, posted on January 12, 2018 at 6:31 pm

    We couldn’t stay in council grounds because of our politics, but we got to stay in much better thanks to private people.
    Nothing was a problem.

    Struth, those claiming the Convoy was a waste of time and got nowhere are dead wrong.
    Many people remember it as Australia’s finest hour. Word of mouth got around about it.
    Be proud of what you did there; you did make a difference.

    Really? From where I stand, it achieved nothing of lasting or effective value (if anything at all!!). The same leftist shithole thinking and subsequent policies are still with us, stronger than ever.

    But I might be wrong and just didn’t pay enough attention.
    Please expand on your assessment, evidence always preferred…

  166. Rae

    Doc was wrong. My eyes are still somewhat red, itchy and swollen. It’s very aging.
    I am going to lie down with ice paks for company. In the aircon.
    Pretend I’m in the US. Global cooling. Trump comfortingly in charge.
    I will never again bury my head into a bouquet of unknown flora.
    They think it is allergy not infection. Grevillia a prime suspect.
    I’m on the anti-inflammatories as well now.

    Better to pretend you are on Ovation of the Seas again, seated in 270° with G & T in hand, watching the two dancers on the Robo Screens.

    And for the allergy, as I said yesterday, Zyrtec.

  167. Tom

    (AP via Oz):

    The White House physician has pronounced Donald Trump to be in “excellent health” after his first medical exam as US president, capping off a week in which his mental fitness for the job has come under intense scrutiny.

    Trump spent about three hours with military doctors at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland, an exam that White House doctor Ronny Jackson said went “exceptionally well”.

    “The president is in excellent health and I look forward to briefing some of the details on Tuesday,” Jackson said in a brief statement distributed by the White House.

    The exam came after a new best-selling book portrayed Trump, 71, as unfocused and childlike.

    The White House has faced a barrage of questions over his contradictory messages on key policies and an incident last month where he slurred some words while giving a speech.

    The White House determines what data will be released from the exam.

    Trump is not compelled to release any information, and there is no template for the presidential exam. Jackson is expected to take questions about the results from reporters on Tuesday.

    There isn’t a single member of the White House press corps who doesn’t want Trump driven from office, so Tuesday’s White House press briefing by Sarah Sanders with Dr Ronny Jackson as her star guest will be a Trump Derangement collector’s item.

  168. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Seven periods in Gum Nut Cottage with Mr. Gormsby, should straighten out their cultural confusion.

    Mayfly and others: I really wanted to laugh at this because it sounds funny, but in truth, I don’t have a clue what the reference is about. May Gibbs is Gum Nut Cottage, no? Google gives me zilch on Mr. Gormsby, simply takes it to Gorky.

  169. Oh come on

    Aqinas, yeah that approach worked really well for us in the case of Roy Moore.

    Weinstein deserves a good kicking for what he’s done – the irrefutable exposure of Hollywood’s deep hypocrisy is a welcome bonus.

    I don’t see what Craig McLachlan has done that would justify going out of our way to either protect him or call for his blood. If he wants to regain his public profile, he needs to address the increasing and increasingly plausible allegations being made against him.

  170. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Zyrtec is an over-the-counter antihistamine. I rely on my doctor’s antihistamine prescription; he will go to corticosteroids if needed.

    Stop pretending you know useful medical things, Rae.

  171. Rae

    Has he been tried and convicted already?

    It appears so.

  172. struth

    It’s interesting to note that the newspaper article linked to by Boris “the communists never committed genoside” G typically gets it wrong in even what the reasons Wayne gave for councils not being government was because the commonwealth doesn’t recognise them, when he was actually saying that there are clear rules about what is to be decided by commonwealth and what is to be decided by states and according to section 51 they have no right to make laws regarding state departments.

    I believe he is dead right about the invalidity of the states courts and who are judges are not taking oath to, etc.

    The Governor General description definitely says him.

    I’m not against a female governor general (although this equality thing is proving we have it wrong) but it clearly says HIM and it may be only a little thing, but it is proof they are not completely going by the book.
    The contract.

    Elections come around regularly enough to include referendums on changing the constitution.
    They have decided to just do what they want.

    The constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia is not a truly inspired piece of work.
    They have written in too many outs, with words such as “Until the Parliament (never the government by the way) otherwise provides, and other vague phrases, but you have got to ask yourself one question.

    The coat of arms for the commonwealth of Australia is the lion and the Unicorn.

    If it was changed to the kangaroo and emu, when was the referendum to change it?

    All is not well in constitutional land that is my take.

    I believe the Australia act was unconstitutional and not even signed by the Queen.
    Our Queen.

    But I also find section 51 xxiv and xxv interesting.

  173. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    it achieved nothing of lasting or effective value (if anything at all!!).

    Tony Abbott won in a landslide for the centre-right, with a confirming popular vote. That achievement was greatly assisted by the work of the convoy, and thus of Struth. The convoy galvanized a lot of BBQ opinion. That’s hard to document, but the results came in electorally. Shame Tony then blew it. Also of value were the various anti-climate-change rallies which were tidy and respectable and gave many people pause to think and change opinion on the MSM nonsense.

    Gilas, you stand in the centre of the inaction. Get moving.

  174. Nick

    Strange that the only people in the world of theatre being lewd and putting the hard word on fellow performers, are heterosexual males. Strange indeed

  175. Rae

    Stop pretending you know useful medical things, Rae.

    No pretending. I do know useful medical things.

  176. Gilas

    Again, from the old OT (just catching up, chaps and chapettes!)

    Oh come on
    #2608300, posted on January 12, 2018 at 6:41 pm

    Australians are not the relaxed people the political elite tell them they are.
    They are angry, but see no way to retaliate at the arseholes causing Australia’s down fall.

    No, we aren’t – we have become a bunch of cucks, henpecked incessantly by the state, which we are in thrall to. There are far too many of us who soil themselves at the prospect of the local council checking recycling bins for general waste contamination. We’ll tolerate the most offensive imposts by the finger-wagging nannies.

    Well.. for the overwhelming majority of the sheeples on this FUBAR continent, a truer statement was never made!!

  177. Nick

    No pretending. I do know useful medical things.

    Embalming

  178. Aqinas

    Aqinas, yeah that approach worked really well for us in the case of Roy Moore.

    Yeah ok, so Moore should have gone with the usual cuck strategy of apologising and grovelling before the Left. That strategy has worked great for the conservatives for the last 60 years.

  179. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Just recalled it I think. Wasn’t Gum Nut Cottage (after May Gibbs) where Samoan Jonah was given literacy assistance and PC concern in Summer Heights High? – a show I loved. I guess I should now take a look at Mr. Gormsby.

  180. Aqinas

    Moore also lost due to rampant voter fraud but don’t let that get in the way of prostrating yourself before the Left and hoping this time they give you a reach around as they go in dry

  181. struth

    Really? From where I stand, it achieved nothing of lasting or effective value (if anything at all!!). The same leftist shithole thinking and subsequent policies are still with us, stronger than ever.

    Easy to make a call not knowing what Australia might be now if it hadn’t happened.
    We could be closer to Venezuela now, we may still have a Labor party.

    I have already outlined the wins it achieved.
    First and foremost was the right starting to open their mouths and feel that they could.
    It got people on the right opening their mouths.
    It made many feel as if they weren’t isolated and alone in their thinking.

    However, let’s pretend it was a complete waste of time.
    Maybe if you and other cynical knockers joined in it may not have been.
    My conscience is clear.

  182. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Geez, Aqinas, I keep wanting to put the ‘u’ back in, and so does auto-correct.
    Must be like living with a tic to have your handle as is.
    Not dissing you though; Aliice insisted on her extra ‘i’.

  183. Rae

    corticosteroids

    Prednisone is effective for various things, including some allergic reactions, but one has to be weaned off it. Two tabs a day for 3 days, then 1 tab a day for 3 days, then a half tab a day for three days, then stop.

  184. Rae

    Oh. Prednisone can cause personality changes, but also improves ones appetite (for food).

  185. Rae

    No pretending. I do know useful medical things.

    Embalming

    Embalming is not really a medical thing.

  186. Leigh Lowe

    If you take enough drugs stolen from the dispensary it can make it feel like mummy is alive again.

  187. JC

    This is why Boeing should remain in a stock portfolio and should never be sold.

    https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/BA?p=BA

    And it’s product range is getting better and better as Dreamliner technology is infused in the rest of the range making aircraft 30 to 40% more efficient in terms of maintenance and the same for fuel usage.

  188. Geriatric Mayfly

    where Samoan Jonah was given literacy assistance

    It’s where the “slow learners” or retards were attended to by an very caring person. Mr Gormsby would choke at the notion of such sub standard layabouts getting special treatment.

  189. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    So Rae can visit Dr. Google. Who knew?

    More importantly, who cares?

  190. Nick

    I think I’m turning into Gormsby, GM. 🙂

  191. Rabz

    I see one of our beloved African immigrants has spelt the Waffleroach’s surname as “Trumbull”.

    We’ll make an Ozzie of him yet.

  192. jock

    Its ok to poke fun at mc lachlan. But what about all those rock and pop stars from the last fifty years.? Many of them didn’t just get into drugs. Theu also liked to play hidr the sausage with multiple young things. John lennon was an animal. The actors have started to eat each other. Looking forward to tock stars getting the pineapple.

  193. struth

    Gilas I agree.
    Many people are compliant brain dead sheeple in this country, but I make the point that they are irrelevant to some degree.
    They certainly would be if voting wasn’t compulsory.

    The decent right wing people of this country still outnumber the activist enemy.
    They are entrenched and barricaded in our institutions and in charge of the narrative, but they are a minority.
    If we had non compulsory voting we would have right wing government.

    It is up to the many millions of decent people out there compared to the few hundred thousand arseholes to realise their strength.
    This will happen when generations turn from the main stream media.
    The compliant, lazy Australians can be lazy minded compliant beings in a right wing country, and indeed it may turn a few to the better.

    We just need someone with the smarts to sell the message.

    Trying to bring back fun for the youth.
    Creating jobs in the private sector by cutting regs and taxes so that when you slash the public sector as Liberals used to do, there were jobs in the private sector to go to.

    Making it all about what it is actually all about.

    Not letting sad sack shitful people (the left) bring you down.

    Our politics is easily sold.
    It makes people happy, FFS.

  194. dopey

    1976
    Reporter: ” Billie Jean King, why aren’t you playing Wimbledon this year?”
    Billie Jean: “Well, I’ve licked all them c….s before.”

  195. Rabz

    And on a Spacechookian note, I encountered some Quokkas yesterday. One even brought along his mate, a black skink.

    Freindly li’l chaps, I have to say.

  196. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    I have the same problem with Gilas as with Aqinas. I keep wanting to type Gildas, because I have particular interests in this likely fifth century Latin-writing clerical type. I must call Deadman soon and see how he is going forming an opinion on the Latin style used; so kind of him to offer. Been busy so far with Christmas and New Zealand and reading three books concurrently.

    Lunchtime. Oh, Hairy going off because Attapuss has yet another lizard.

  197. Rabz

    Sky News – bringing the idiocy:

    Fatty Trump denies makng vile comments about poor countries described by UN as “racist”.

    Well, there you have it. Poor countries are “racist”.

  198. C.L.

    NSW government to issue universal guidelines for backyard cricket:

    Backyard cricket battle over call for same rules for all.

    NSW Australia Day Council chairman Angelos Frangopoulos said an official set of rules would help families settle debates on their home turf.

  199. Infidel Tiger

    NSW Australia Day Council chairman Angelos Frangopoulos said an official set of rules would help families settle debates on their home turf.

    For God’s sake. What the hell is wrong with this country?

  200. JC

    Large brained mammal, Chelsea decides to get into the act to attack Trump

    Chelsea Clinton

    @ChelseaClinton

    Mr. President, immigrants from El Salvador, Haiti and the 54 countries in Africa likely helped build your buildings. They’ve certainly helped build our country. cc @POTUS https://twitter.com/business/status/951598283218186242

    James Woods never misses. One of the best snipers I’ve seen.

    James Woods

    @RealJamesWoods

    Tell your dad, the bagman, to give the dough back to Haiti that you all pocketed. Then maybe we can discuss this other malarkey you’re trying to peddle. https://twitter.com/chelseaclinton/status/951602087212728320
    4:01 AM – Jan 13, 2018

    The story behind all that is this the Clinton crime family stole money that was mean to be sent to Haiti.

  201. Roger

    NSW government to issue universal guidelines for backyard cricket

    “Sadly”, said Gillian Triggs, “you can make up your own rules in the backyard at home.”

  202. Snoopy

    NSW Australia Day Council chairman Angelos Frangopoulos said an official set of rules would help families settle debates on their home turf.

    That prick has obviously NEVER played backyard cricket.

  203. mh

    Try and watch this without laughing. TDS gone wild!

  204. egg_

    Embalming is not really a medical thing.

    More preservative – aren’t specimens medical?

  205. Rossini

    calli
    #2608728, posted on January 13, 2018, at 10:58 am

    Can’t be fagged!

  206. marg of nambour

    Well, well, well…

    The ABC will stage its first Annual Public Meeting on February 9, 2018, and members of the public are invited to register their interest in taking part. The public meeting provides a way for the ABC to demonstrate accountability and inform the community about its strategic direction. Members of the public can also ask questions of the ABC Board and leadership team. The meeting will be held in one of the ABC’s Ultimo television studios in Sydney, with live crosses to community events in Rockhampton and Launceston.
    http://view.mail-list.abc.net.au/?qs=072610271d0f67b7cadc4585c69baf2abf3b774bda81f9ac6e8bdc0316d4b9b9c4c45ea250cb781fa257218fde0b87c5ad44a3eb57b4b5dc16027649f97461f8f50f6fe821f090d3

  207. woolfe

    FFS people get a grip, note at bottom of backyard cricket article:

    Head to the Australia Day facebook page to have your say in their toungue-in-cheek backyard cricket campaign.

  208. Infidel Tiger

    Bob Carr
    Bob Carr
    @bobjcarr
    To West Europeans there’s one real “****hole” country. It has extremes of wealth, reckless business, failing schools, lousy infrastructure, rampant gun crime, record of losing wars, gerrymandered congress & a populist leader.

    This guy was our Foreign Minister. He is now Beijing’s Chief Operative in Australia.

  209. Roger

    To West Europeans there’s one real “****hole” country. It has extremes of wealth, reckless business, failing schools, lousy infrastructure, rampant gun crime, record of losing wars, gerrymandered congress & a populist leader.

    Obama failed big time, eh Bob?

  210. mh

    Hepatitis A outbreak confirmed in Victoria

    Gay and bisexual men will be eligible for free hepatitis A vaccinations following confirmation of almost 30 cases in Victoria.

    Deputy chief health officer Dr Brett Sutton says 27 men have recently contracted Hepatitis A, while another 12 cases are being investigated.

    Gay and bisexual men, as well as people who have injected drugs in the past 12 months, will be offered free vaccinations to combat the infection from January 22 until December.

    Too much shitholing? Be careful Philip Mudd!

  211. Tel

    Obama failed big time, eh Bob?

    Strangely, not only do people still want to go there… they get angry when you tell them no.

  212. calli

    A question for Steel Cut Oats Man – if the US is such a sh!thole, why are people queueing up to live there?

  213. mh

    To West Europeans there’s one real “****hole” country. It has extremes of wealth, reckless business, failing schools, lousy infrastructure, rampant gun crime, record of losing wars, gerrymandered congress & a populist leader.

    West Europeans? So Bob Carr is saying East Europeans don’t feel the same way? Why could that be? Hmmm.

    If only Obama could have had a third term to finish the job, hey bobby boy?

  214. Gilas

    Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare
    #2608841, posted on January 13, 2018 at 1:36 pm

    Tony Abbott won in a landslide for the centre-right, with a confirming popular vote. That achievement was greatly assisted by the work of the convoy, and thus of Struth. The convoy galvanized a lot of BBQ opinion. That’s hard to document, but the results came in electorally. Shame Tony then blew it. Also of value were the various anti-climate-change rallies which were tidy and respectable and gave many people pause to think and change opinion on the MSM nonsense.

    ..and this has translated into effective action against leftard policies such as ….
    That’s right! Nothing of lasting value. More, much more of the same.

    Abbott won because the RGR liars were unelectable, not because of a peaceful march barely acknowledged by anyone.
    Boat reffos have been replaced, in larger numbers, by the migration program, ably sabotaged years ago by that khunt Howard.

    Gilas, you stand in the centre of the inaction. Get moving.

    I’ve already described what I have done on previous threads, but in a country of whingeing, gimme-gimme sheeples, where government has a solution for everything and most citizenry has been disarmed, there are limits to what one can do.
    I’ve stated, repeatedly, what needs to be done on previous threads.

    But one thing is sure, the solution won’t come from Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.

  215. Dr Faustus

    @ChelseaClinton

    Mr. President, immigrants from El Salvador, Haiti and the 54 countries in Africa likely helped build your buildings. They’ve certainly helped build our country. cc @POTUS https://twitter.com/business/status/951598283218186242

    No matter how hard she tries, Ms Clinton has been beaten far too badly with the ugly stick to ever be elected POTUS.

  216. Roger

    To West Europeans there’s one real “****hole” country.

    Many western Europeans have never forgiven the US for liberating them from Nazi tyranny and keeping the Russians at bay.

    Odd people; they secretly long for a boot in the face.

  217. Nick

    Clinton herself, proves a point. It’s not just the country such people come from in a land/border sense, it’s the actual people that can make a place a shithole. Trump was right

  218. mh

    Many western Europeans have never forgiven the US for liberating them from Nazi tyranny and keeping the Russians at bay.

    But Roger, most of those are in France.

    Anyway, here’s a Frenchman who wishes someone would go back to his shithole:

  219. Rae

    So Rae can visit Dr. Google. Who knew?

    No, I didn’t visit Dr Google. Already knew about the corticosteroids, Prednisone in particular. It’s the one often prescribed for cancer patients, to help them feel better while undergoing chemotherapy.

  220. calli

    That would be the same Chelsea Clinton who wished the Satanists “Happy Holidays”? No wonder she goes in to bat for Haiti.

  221. Aqinas

    Were it not for being armed with a gun that man would have had his head kicked in. This is why Australia needs a 2nd amendment

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