Monday Forum: May 28, 2018

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  1. Anne;

    First, I believe Tommy broke parole by speaking publicly on the subject.

    He’s a journo for Rebel Magazine.
    The incident he was silenced on was a different matter – same subject.
    A Magistrate cannot reasonably strip a citizen of his livelihood just as much as a Communications Minister cannot demand that everyone wear red underpants on their heads if they want his favours.

    Secondly, I doubt people would be advised by a Hollywood starlet, no matter how pretty her complexion.

    This is about the seeming. The feelz. There are enough people in Britain that feel their government has become an out of control monster and who feel they are living in an anarchotyranist state. Were the new princess to make a statement, quietly and not for public consumption, it would have weight. Her complexion matters because the Left would be caught out criticising a black woman whose publicity stakes are at a momentary high level.
    It’s Alinskyist tactics to attack the enemy from their far flank.
    The speed of the whole episode, with the Magistrate smiling down from a high window as his victim is hustled into a police van strikes a very deep blow into the British society that still lives with the memory of beating Fascists 70 years ago.

  2. notafan

    Seems like relationship problems for MrManning

  3. EvilElvis

    *testing, 1, 2, 3.

  4. JC

    Seems like relationship problems for MrManning

    The trannie suicide rate is around 40% from what I recall reading. It’s shockingly high.

  5. EvilElvis

    Consumer Protection say they have busted the “biggest unlicensed car dealing matter” in WA history after three brothers were fined $37,500 for selling nearly 300 cars in a backyard car dealing operation over the course of two years.

    Ali Mohammed Yas, Hussein Mohammed Yas and Mustafa Mohammed Yas appeared in the Perth Magistrate’s Court last week, and were all fined $12,500 each for their involvement in the scheme.

    Culture. Import it as the lifestyle and wages of the white man dwindles and dies. Suddenly, we’re all needing a cheap car from Mohammed, cheap pies made on the floor from Chow and cheap takeaway from Mahathir because we can’t afford to maintain our affluent lifestyles and the imports don’t play by our rules, theirs are ingrained. The lowest common denominator is in the express lift and it’s hit down. Culture.

  6. None

    That’s still money Joyce himself will save when the boy attains the age of majority.

    Compound interest baby.

  7. Delta A

    Chelsea Manning posts suicide message on Twitter accompanied by picture of himself at the ledge of a very tall building.

    A desperate cry for help. He is now in the care of friends.

    If he had jumped, Twitter would have exploded in condemnation of straights/Christians who forced him to his death. In truth, it would be his friends, along with the so-called progressives, who would be responsible because they encourage his delusion, assuring him that he is a woman when he is not.

    He is a very confused person who needs compassion and guidance.

  8. DrBeauGan

    notafan
    #2722259, posted on May 28, 2018 at 4:58 pm
    Seems like relationship problems for MrManning

    Sad, but predictable. The poor sod had mental issues of various sorts, being a tranny but one of them.

  9. nemkat

    No, you imbecile, Numbuts. There will be more, as the funds will be invested on the kid’s behalf. At a 3.5% compound rate there should be just under 270K in the account.

    Lawyers invest money? Are you insane?
    Anyhow, Barn’s career is ashes, he’s got about 12 months before the gravy train stops for him, and he must be on the bones of his arse.

    Just the right frame of mind when Smilin’ Bill Shorten comes a çallin with a deal too good to knock back.

  10. DrBeauGan

    Has mental issues.

  11. None

    As I have noted here a few times before the press don’t care about marriage or arnaby’s marriage breakup. They just wanted to get Barnaby because he was a vocal opponent of gay marriage. But the beetroot still knows that he’s done wrong; you can still advocate for the right thing even if you fail to achieve it yourself. The hypocrisy is very much in the media camp as well so I have no problems with Barnaby and Vikki evening up the field. If the kid is the beneficiary I hope they screw them for millions, not that that wil buy you a stable home..

  12. None

    Sex change operation is actually increase the risk of suicide which is why John Hopkins hospital stop doing sex change operations years ago. I don’t know if they’ve started them again. Anyone with a rational mind knows you can’t change your biological sex. Also just reading the latest foul-mouthed tirade from McGregor . Now there’s a man who is totally screwed up and at high risk. Lipstick on a pig, baby.

  13. nemkat

    The Media haven’t got it in for Barn, he’s just suffering Relevance Deprivation Syndrome.
    Fuck knows what his next stunt will be.

  14. Bruce of Newcastle

    Ali Mohammed Yas, Hussein Mohammed Yas and Mustafa Mohammed Yas appeared in the Perth Magistrate’s Court last week, and were all fined $12,500 each for their involvement in the scheme.

    I think OWG may have linked this on the old thread, but it’s worth mentioning again:

    Why Does the Islamic World Lag Behind?

    The passing of Bernard Lewis last week at the age of 101 recalls to mind perhaps his most famous book title about the Muslim world, What Went Wrong? But maybe a successor of sorts has been found in Duke University economist Timur Kuran, who has a long article forthcoming in the Journal of Economic Literature that paints a pretty bleak picture of the economic and social structure of Islamic nations.

    The amazing thing is that this article got published at all. I’ll be interested in tracking the reaction it gets, though I suspect the initial response will be to try to ignore it. Though I suggest Prof. Kuran secure himself a Kevlar vest anyway.

    The prof comments about “low generalized trust” and the issues of theological Islam as a governance system. No surprise that it leads to Mo, Mo and Mo’s car rebirthing business.

  15. DrBeauGan

    If he had jumped, Twitter would have exploded in condemnation of straights/Christians who forced him to his death. In truth, it would be his friends, along with the so-called progressives, who would be responsible because they encourage his delusion, assuring him that he is a woman when he is not.

    There’s two delusions here, ∆. The first is that he’s a woman trapped in a man’s body, and the second is the belief that surgery can turn him into a woman. Neither has any basis in reality. The evil shits who fed either or both delusions should be in the slammer.

  16. Delta A

    Lipstick on a pig, baby.

    McGregor can wear all the pearls and twin sets he likes – he could even have the operation – but he will always be a man, a particularly foul-mouthed one, at that.

  17. nemkat

    Probably a mistake to have surgery.
    I read one of Ernest Hemingway’s son’s was a suicide, but he was the first in the family to suicide as a woman.
    He still had the todger and the agates, as well as 2 FF norks and a Papa beard.
    And a hairy chest.

  18. thefrolickingmole

    Rob Sims setting himself up for the Shorten gravy train..

    ‘Unfortunate’ the carbon tax coincided with soaring network costs, Rod Sims says
    ACCC chair says electricity price spike due to network charges, not carbon tax or renewables

    The timing of the carbon tax was “unfortunate” because it coincided with soaring electricity network costs that have underpinned increases to household bills, the head of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has told a forum in Brisbane.

    The ACCC is next month due to hand to government its final report on the electricity market. The body’s chairman, Rod Sims, said on Monday he was unable to reveal specific details but gave some hints about the direction the inquiry had taken.

    Unlike the interim report, which was released last year and which charted factors that had caused bills to increase over time, the next phase would outline a “tricky” path to ultimately bringing those prices down, Sims said.

    Sims said transitioning the electricity market towards renewable energy had been a complex process, but that it was not the main contributor to the spike in household prices. Network charges, and not the cost of renewables or the carbon tax, had the biggest impact on bills.

    “The main reason our power prices have gone up is because of network costs, which have pretty much nothing to do with … whether they’re generated by renewable energy or coal,” Sims said.

    “When we started tackling climate change and the carbon tax was introduced was the same time that network charges were going through the roof. The timing was quite unfortunate.”

    Lying liar lies, news at 11.

  19. C.L.

    You did mention earlier today that another “working at heights” video might have been a staged publicity stunt.
    I have my suspicions about Ms Chelsea on that front too.

    Yeah, very possibly.
    Still – sad.

  20. Delta A

    The evil shits who fed either or both delusions should be in the slammer.

    Precisely.

    BTW, I love it when you call me ‘∆’. 🙂

  21. Leigh Lowe

    notafan
    #2722259, posted on May 28, 2018 at 4:58 pm
    Seems like relationship problems for MrManning

    Mr Manning wouldn’t have relationship issues if he was still picking up the soap for Big Bubba in Fort Leavenworth.

  22. Leigh Lowe

    Yeah, very possibly.
    Still – sad.

    I think Manning was always a nutter.
    The cock-lopping hasn’t been the panacea we hoped it might be.

  23. C.L.

    This is about the seeming. The feelz.

    That and the longstanding British policy of punishing, arresting and attacking white Britons as an ostentatious show of ‘even-handedness’ to impress Muslims. (Which of course doesn’t work). Rotherham was the high point of this policy, extended in that case to the one-off legalisation of mass r-ape. Robinson was renditioned to flatter Muslims into not killing people (which many thousands of them want to do and are planning to do at any one time).

  24. Gab

    The cock-lopping hasn’t been the panacea he hoped it might be.

    It never is because no one bothers to get to the real cause of the matter. Gender dysphoria is the symptom, not the cause.

  25. DrBeauGan

    BTW, I love it when you call me ‘∆’.

    I’ll carry on doing it then, ∆ 😁

    Besides, it saves some thumbing.

  26. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Were the new princess to make a statement, quietly and not for public consumption, it would have weight.

    The new princess is a good little progressive feminist.
    Why would she speak out for Tommy and his troubles?
    She probably wants to be ‘inclusive’ to Muslims.
    The Queen will sensibly do what she always does, and keep out of it.

    It is up to the Brits to show their great displeasure at the Magistrate’s behavior.

  27. Bruce of Newcastle

    ‘Unfortunate’ the carbon tax coincided with soaring network costs, Rod Sims says

    What a ignoramus.

    Rod, the soaring network costs are because of the carbon tax and related initiatives. That Gaia-blessed green energy doesn’t get to the consumer by divine will. Wires, son. Lots of wires and big new galvanised transformers on power poles.

    Funny how more green energy always leads to higher electricity costs even though the activists say it’s all so cheap. It’s a mystery.

  28. John Comnenus

    A bit late to the rodeo, but I have reckoned Turnbull will win he next election. The only thing Turnbull has going for him is that people like my are terrified of Shorten and hence will hold my nose and vote Liberal.

  29. Bruce of Newcastle

    Also the electricity price I get charged fell by 9% when the carbon tax went away.
    That’s a mystery too.

  30. Anne

    Has anyone considered that Chelsea Manning may be a victim of M K Ultra mind control.

    Is there any doubt that dark players in the Millitary and or Intelligence Agencies have experimented on Soldiers?

    The Oklahoma Murrah Building bombing contained all the records of the Gulf War Syndrome affected military personnel.

    And then they were gone.

  31. nemkat

    Shorten won’t be wanting to face those 5 By Elections in July, if he can help it.
    If the Libs keep dumping Sitting Members between now and July 28, he might be able to snatch victory from the jaws.

  32. Leigh Lowe

    Has anyone considered that Chelsea Manning may be a victim of M K Ultra mind control.

    Yes.
    The first thing I thought of, actually.
    Obviously.

  33. Anne

    The only thing Turnbull has going for him is that people like my are terrified of Shorten and hence will hold my nose and vote Liberal.

    The sad thing is that many people think there is a difference.

    As Putin said (pre-Trump) ‘No matter whether Republicans or Democrats are in power the country moves in the same direction.’ I paraphrase.

    That direction, there and here, is always toward more power to Government and less to the individual.

  34. Rae

    Ehhh. Folk shouldn’t be too harsh about aboriginals stories of the thylacine (Tasmanian Tiger). Whether they were, like dingos, a companion animal for the indigenous over a hundred years ago is not really difficult to believe. They were widespread across mainland Australia and New Guinea, not just Tasmania. They were dog-like, but because of their appearance they were thought be some kind of fakes. Killed off by the early settlers, the last one seen alive was in 1926? Amazing looking animals.

    And nit-picking with “as early as” should be “as late as” is a bit pathetic.

  35. CL;

    Manning is a human being, Stimp. Not everything has to be a joke.

    Manning rode the media tiger for his own selfish personal ends.
    When the tiger had finished with him, it shat him out.
    Manning now hates the outcome of his decisions.
    Sometimes a story can be simple. It does not have to be a four page diatribe about angels dancing on the heads of pins, nor is it worthy of parsing every jot and tittle of every aspect so that some of the intellectual poseurs who inhabit this forum can talk about their intellectual prowess on looped tape.
    The Manning story is simple – play with fire and get burnt fingers.

  36. Bushkid

    ‘Unfortunate’ the carbon tax coincided with soaring network costs, Rod Sims says

    What a ignoramus.

    No BoN, just another lying political-animal shit, appointed to a body that should be about protecting we ordinary little folks from the excesses of gouging of all stripes.

    None of these grubs gives a toss about anything but their own over-blown importance and over-generous pay packets, and the ideology that brings it to them, whatever that may be on the day.

  37. Elle

    Queensland woman escorted off Jetstar flight by the Australian Federal Police

    Elle?

    Have developed a fear of flying. It’s the landing bit.

    LOL.
    Not me, Rae. I just looked the article up. My reaction is to cry. What was she doing swatting people with a bible? Nutter.

  38. John Comnenus

    Shorten is going down the Corbyn Sanders far left path. Turnbull is still only soft left. It’s a two horse race, both horses are nags you would never want to own, but you’ve got to back one.

  39. DrBeauGan

    plain truth will influence half a score men at most in a nation, or an age, while mystery will lead millions by the nose. Lord Bolingbroke.

    Thought for the day.

  40. Eyrie

    “The trannie suicide rate is around 40% from what I recall reading. It’s shockingly high.”
    Self correcting non problem.

  41. Tom

    Has anyone considered that Chelsea Manning may be a victim of M K Ultra mind control.

    Is there any doubt that dark players in the Millitary and or Intelligence Agencies have experimented on Soldiers?

    Annie, report immediately to Rod Rosenstein, who’s desperate to recruit new talent for the Deep State in these desperate final days.

  42. EvilElvis

    Long-suffering power consumers will finally pay the full price of what it costs to produce power when tariffs increase next year, ending a decade of pain that has seen charges more than double.

    But there are question marks over whether consumers will gain any benefit despite claims by the State Government that higher prices are needed before competition can be introduced.

    The Weekend West understands electricity tariffs are set to reach the much-touted level of cost reflectivity under plans to raise prices 5.6 per cent in 2019-20.

    power prices have risen an eye-watering 115.8 per cent since the end of a 10-year freeze in 2008.

    FMD. Cost reflectivity…

  43. Neither are you, you’re married aren’t you.

    Yes cohenite, I’m upholding traditional values by getting married and having kids. How about you, comrade?

  44. H B Bear

    I have a Grey Nurse shark as a companion animal. It’s inconvenient but comforting at the same time.

  45. Snoopy

    Network charges, and not the cost of renewables or the carbon tax, had the biggest impact on bills.

    “The main reason our power price is because of network costs which have pretty much nothing to do with … whether they’re generated by renewable energy or coal,” Sims said.

    So distributors having to reconfigure networks to accommodate households as sources of generation and to incorporate intermittent generation sources located away from existing power plants into the grid had nothing to do with renewables?

    Rod Sims and his ACCC deserves to be rabzed along with the ABC, AHRC and the AAT.

  46. Rae

    At a 3.5% compound rate there should be just under 270K in the account.

    Less admin costs, school fees, overseas skiing trips, etc. So, not $270K. Maybe not even $150K.

  47. Rae

    Excellent tax lurk, but.

  48. egg_

    Fuck knows what his next stunt will be.

    Trolling blogs?

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  50. JC

    Rae
    #2722327, posted on May 28, 2018 at 6:02 pm

    At a 3.5% compound rate there should be just under 270K in the account.

    Less admin costs, school fees, overseas skiing trips, etc. So, not $270K. Maybe not even $150K.

    Generally you can’t touch trust fund money until the kid is 18. But lets take your “interpretation”, Gargs. Taking into account all those expense you mentioned gets the gross total well over 150k, which means the fund earned more more than the stand alone (where it started from) with some of the funds being spent on the kid through the in-between years.

    In summary, you’re even stupider than numbnuts, which is quite and accomplishment, you dickhead.

    Go check and see if the basement is locked as you don’t want the latest victim to escape, right?

  51. Rae

    I have a Grey Nurse shark as a companion animal. It’s inconvenient but comforting at the same time.

    They are gentle souls. Surprisingly rare in West Freo, more’s the pity.

  52. cohenite

    Network charges, and not the cost of renewables or the carbon tax, had the biggest impact on bills.

    “The main reason our power price is because of network costs which have pretty much nothing to do with … whether they’re generated by renewable energy or coal,” Sims said.

    So distributors having to reconfigure networks to accommodate households as sources of generation and to incorporate intermittent generation sources located away from existing power plants into the grid had nothing to do with renewables?

    The 2 can’t be separated. Renewables have solely caused network charges to increase because the cost of connecting the stupid things has been and will continue to be enormous because they do not produce grid compatible electricity. The other thing is effectively there are now 2 electricity systems running: the coal has to run continuously to backup the renewables which don’t produce power for 50% of the time and coal has to buy certificates off the renewables when they do produce network incompatible power.

    This sims bastard should be connected to one of his windmills. When the fuck is the penny going to drop?

  53. Top Ender

    Man to be buried under Hobart street for art.

    Obviously nothing much to do in Hobart as winter sets in.

    At least he’ll be warm.

    There might be a gig here for a performance artist to set off 500kg of explosive above him, for art, at a different time every day.

    Without telling him beforehand.

    Obviously.

  54. Leigh Lowe

    H B Bear

    #2722324, posted on May 28, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    I have a Grey Nurse shark as a companion animal. It’s inconvenient but comforting at the same time.

    I’ve got some chips and some steamed dimmies.
    We should get together for a meal.

  55. Atoms for Peace

    I wonder if the TR media gag order in the UK is being observed in the news outlets that cater for people of non English speaking back grounds.

  56. Rae

    Taking into account all those expense you mentioned gets the gross total well over 150k

    You’re such a cheapskate. You think the trustees and the kid are gonna live on the smell of an oily rag for 18 years? You might be surprised at just how flexible a Trustee accountant like Baanaby can be in attributing expenses to the trust. Tax lurk, as I said.

  57. Atoms for Peace

    Renewables and baseload power on the grid can be compared to cyclists and cars on a road,
    The mix is crap.

  58. Geriatric mayfly

    Modern feminism is characterized by a toxic mix of prudishness, self-importance, paranoia, groundless hatred, and epidemic humorlessness. As a disease of sheer cray-cray offense-taking, culminating in hatred for half the human race, with a special emphasis on white males, feminism will not rest satisfied until men are taught to keep their knees together, their eyes down, and their mouths shut, eliminating confident alphas from the sexual equation or turning them into compliant betas.
    Humor, or rather lack of same, is the key to understanding the feminist personality type and the species of derangement to which it is prone. A sense of humor, including a penchant for wit and satire, is a sign of developed intelligence. Being able to tell jokes and especially to get jokes, even at one’s expense, is a human quality whose absence betokens a closed and rigid sensibility.
    Ameircan Thinker

    Cannot quibble with a single word.

  59. Bushkid

    classical_hero
    #2722088, posted on May 28, 2018 at 12:53 pm
    My hovercraft is full of eels.

    Oh, is that today’s secret code phrase, CH? Thanks, I missed it earlier. 😉

  60. Atoms for Peace

    The ultimate stunt in the UK would be for someone in a light aircraft to dump leaflets over a number of towns letting the people know that TR has been arrested. Shades of WW2.

  61. Snoopy

    Rod Sims wants government to regulate competition in the retail electricity market. He really is an unflushable turd.

  62. Elle

    That came our wrong, Rae. My fear of flying causes me to cry while on board (valium did help). It wasn’t that the article made me cry. Oy! It’s been a long day.

  63. cohenite

    Apparently SAS were brought to Downing street yesterday as Tommy Robinson supporters protested outside:

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=189266968560651&set=a.103187053835310.1073741828.100024320462742&type=3&theater

  64. Top Ender

    Boy racers? Speeding drivers are now more likely to be middle-aged as study finds that Audi owners are the worst culprits
    – Audi drivers break the limit 8.7% of time, followed by BMW drivers at 8.3%
    – Three out of the five marques driven by most inveterate speeders are German
    – Slowest drivers drive Suzukis, speeding for just 4.2% of their mileage, according to research conducted by Smartdriverclub

    Cars driven by middle-aged hoons in Australia?

    1. Commodores
    2. Commodores
    3. Commodores
    4. Hotted up Jap crap.

  65. herodotus

    Wise words from BoN.

  66. C.L.

    Manning rode the media tiger for his own selfish personal ends.
    When the tiger had finished with him, it shat him out.
    Manning now hates the outcome of his decisions.
    Sometimes a story can be simple. It does not have to be a four page diatribe about angels dancing on the heads of pins, nor is it worthy of parsing every jot and tittle of every aspect so that some of the intellectual poseurs who inhabit this forum can talk about their intellectual prowess on looped tape.
    The Manning story is simple – play with fire and get burnt fingers.

    I don’t really get your point, Winston.
    I said that what has befallen this frail and tortured person is sad and that his threatened suicide is no cause for mirth. I say this precisely because he has been “shat out” by a leftist-controlled culture that indulged and exploited his treachery, his self-mutilation and his selfish idiocy.

  67. H B Bear

    Man lives in Hobart and not on welfare or in the public sector. Now that would be an extraordinary piece of performance art.

  68. herodotus

    Clarification: wise words from BoN at 4.38pm.
    Nothing unusual about that, of course.

  69. notafan

    Nb thinks all trusts are the same

  70. Baldrick

    The correct response to the Troll 👹 ™ Rae is “Fuck off”.

  71. herodotus

    The Media haven’t got it in for Barn, he’s just suffering Relevance Deprivation Syndrome.
    Fuck knows what his next stunt will be.

    (Rae and nemkat suffer from relevance deprivation so they’re here lobbing crap most days.)

    But back to the main topic: the media have had it in for Barnaby for a long time. Why? Two reasons, but the second is the more important one. (1) He’s on the conservative side of politics, and (2) like Costello he has (or had) the ability to fillet lefty ABC interviewers with a sharpish knife. They don’t take being made to look fools lightly.

  72. Percy Popinjay

    Any news on whether or not that windoze 10 update has been “fixed”? I’ve just been prompted to load it on my desktop (flicked it).

  73. Percy Popinjay

    Slowest drivers drive Suzukis

    Has anyone from Volvo been reached for comment?

  74. Roger

    Like I said, it was a mistake to save Britain in the 1940s. To think of all the Australians who died for that shithole.

    At the time it was worth fighting for; subsequent generations have destroyed it.

  75. nemkat

    Barney Joyce is not ”on the conservative side of politics”.
    If he was, he wouldn’t have sat in the Parliament as a Dual Citizen, and then tried to brazen it out when he was sprung.
    And when he was sprung rooting the help, a conservative would’ve resigned and gone to the Backbench with some dignity intact, rather than try to bluff it out and drag his mates down like an arsehole.

  76. DrBeauGan

    Roger
    #2722385, posted on May 28, 2018 at 6:58 pm
    Like I said, it was a mistake to save Britain in the 1940s. To think of all the Australians who died for that shithole.

    At the time it was worth fighting for; subsequent generations have destroyed it.

    Face it, we’re going in the same direction.

  77. Roger

    Face it, we’re going in the same direction.

    If present trends continue.

  78. Snoopy

    ABC television news has another attack of ADS (Adani Derangement Syndrome).

  79. hzhousewife

    Ben Fordham is replacing Bolt tonight and has just shown the TR footage.

  80. Ragu

    Griggorrhea knows as much about the consequences of coitus as he does about trust funds. On a par with Swansteen.

  81. Shy Ted

    Ah but Chelsea didn’t jump. Nor did he swap genders until prison. He’s been exposed as a softcock by former military peers who wouldn’t/couldn’t complete basic training. Along the way the girlymen learn how they get the attention they seek, not by succeeding but by failing and dramatizing it. The MSM feed it as it’s cheap and easy churnalism and great clickbait. And the other girlymen watch from the sidelines waiting for their 15 minutes of fame. There can be genuine suicidality when the cameras lose interest but ramping up the drama is more likely than death. The chances are he didn’t leak the documents as part of some earnest belief, more an opportunity to enter the limelight. Completely untreatable.

  82. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Griggorrhea knows as much about the consequences of coitus as he does about trust funds. On a par with Swansteen.

    Harsh, but fair.

  83. rickw

    The ultimate stunt in the UK would be for someone in a light aircraft to dump leaflets over a number of towns letting the people know that TR has been arrested. Shades of WW2.

    Do it with G for George.

    Would be poignant.

  84. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    THE NATION
    Second man charged with alleged rape of two-year-old girl

    The Australian
    5:19PM May 28, 2018
    Michael Owen
    SA Bureau Chief
    Adelaide
    @mjowen

    A second man has been charged with the alleged rape of a two-year-old girl in the troubled Northern Territory town of Tennant Creek.

    NT Police today said they had charged a 25-year-old man with sexual intercourse without consent.

    Police confirmed the charge related to an incident in Tennant Creek on February 15.

    Tennant Creek, the Territory’s fifth-largest town, 510km north of Alice Springs, gained notoriety this year after a two-year-old girl was raped — allegedly by a 24-year-old male relative — and suffered significant injuries and tested positive for gonorrhoea.

    In response, restrictions on the sale of alcohol were introduced as part of a five-point “action plan” by the Gunner government, with the town of 3000, more than half of whom are Aboriginal, regarded as having significant alcohol-related social problems.

    The Territory’s chief minister, Michael Gunner, was raised in Tennant Creek.

    An NT Police spokeswoman said: “A second person has been charged over an alleged sexual assault as a result of continued investigations into the offence.”

    Police said the second man charged faced court.

    He has been remanded in custody to face court again July 26.

    The toddler’s relative, a 24-year-old man, has already been charged with the same offence.

    Given the nature of the incident, police were “limited in what other details we can provide”, a police spokeswoman said.

    From the Oz.

  85. Tel

    Top Ender #2722340: “Man to be buried under Hobart street for art.”

    He will be calling this avant-garde artwork: “Big load of bollards.”

  86. Gab

    My God, what that poor little 2-year old endured.

  87. Delta A

    Yes, Gab. And we apologised for removing hundreds of little children from these horrors.

    More fool us!

  88. Roger

    My God, what that poor little 2-year old endured.

    Sacrificed on the altar of preserving indigenous culture.

  89. Snoopy

    ABC Queensland news which will run a news item on twelve protesters anywhere if the cause is approved, didn’t find anything newsworthy in Melbourne today.

  90. calli

    Who is this “we” you speak of, Deltasabe?

    I didn’t, and I won’t.

  91. DrBeauGan

    If aboriginal culture amounted to anything, those bastards would have been speared to death by the kid’s rellies. That they are going through white man’s justice tells you all you need to know about the noble savage crap.

  92. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Who is this “we” you speak of, Deltasabe?

    I didn’t, and I won’t.

    For shame, calli, don’t you realize that that egotistical great blancmange, Krudd, stood there in Parliament, manfully suppressing his tears, and apologized for all of us?

  93. rickw I’d chuck in a quid for that.
    But what are the chances of getting the flight plan accepted?

  94. Rae

    Leigh Sales is shrieking her way through an “interview” with Clive Palmer.

  95. Delta A

    I didn’t, and I won’t.

    Can’t believe I needed a sarc tag for my comment.

    For anyone else who might be confused, I totally agree with the compassionate authorities who removed hundreds of vulnerable and abused aboriginal children and placed them in good, Christian homes – my grandmother’s, for example – where they thrived, learnt skills and enjoyed the opportunities available to all children in those days.

  96. Dave in Marybrook

    Hmmmmm I know the interred Artist from my time in the circle jerk.
    Like most art, if you leave aside the copious amount of explanatory words, it is extremely weak. It’s weak enough even with the support of the establishment and government and town council- Mike Parr has spent so much time considering his own arsehole, it’s a wonder he hasn’t yet realised how onanistic his oeuvre is.
    And like all Performance Art, it’s actually just performance.
    Innocent taxpayers support all this.
    Comrades.
    (h/t John C)

  97. Gab;

    My God, what that poor little 2-year old endured.

    And some people here think the death penalty shouldn’t be re introduced.

  98. Gab

    The world is an anti-democratic shithole.

    Officers in Germany recently caught 21 families trying to travel a few days before official vacations, when tickets often cost less. The fine is up to $1,200.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/23/world/europe/germany-school-vacations.html?smid=tw-nytimes&smtyp=cur

  99. Anne

    The ultimate stunt in the UK would be for someone in a light aircraft to dump leaflets over a number of towns letting the people know that TR has been arrested. Shades of WW2.

    Excellent idea. It would drive home the fact that the Government controls the Media and both are the enemy of the people.

    Do it with G for George.

    Would be poignant.

    G for George?

    What do you mean by that, Rick?

  100. Baldrick

    A second man has been charged with the alleged rape of a two-year-old girl in the troubled Northern Territory town of Tennant Creek.

    Suffer the children in the name of culture.

  101. calli

    Can’t believe I needed a sarc tag for my comment.

    I’ve been lobbying for a /sarc typeface for ages.

    No dice.

  102. Habib

    What’s with all the sympathy for that treasonous pervert? Didn’t have the bottle to do what the justice system should’ve but failed to ages ago.

  103. Snoopy

    LOL, those Democrats.

    West Hollywood Mayor John Duran, who honored porn star Stormy Daniels last week for her role in leading the “resistance” to President Donald Trump, faced sexual harassment claims that led to the city paying out $500,000 on his behalf in 2016.

  104. Slayer of Memes

    I notice that mUnty has given up on trying to distract from his incessant shilling for DNC narratives by tossing out dead squirrels on his latest drive-by efforts, and is now just ‘pump-faking’ with facsimilies

    Low energy effort by the resident wrongologist…

  105. Frank

    For shame, calli, don’t you realize that that egotistical great blancmange, Krudd, stood there in Parliament, manfully suppressing his tears, and apologized for all of us?

    His desperate attempts to shed a tear as he told of the ship that ran aground on the Great Barrier Reef was a pretty special piece of television. It grazed some coral apparently. Vile fraudulent creature.

  106. Snoopy

    Please go easy on Monty. Sure, he’s a dishonest, lefty fuckwit but I don’t want to see a photo of his painted toe nails perched on the edge of a six story high ledge.

  107. DrBeauGan

    but I don’t want to see a photo of his painted toe nails perched on the edge of a six story high ledge.

    Oh, I dunno.

  108. Entropy

    Monty is a valuable feature of the cat. I enjoy his posts very much.

  109. calli

    S for Sugar is nice and Handy at Henron, Winston.

  110. Anne

    Thanks Calli and Winston.

  111. calli

    S for Sugar is nice and handy at Hendon, Winston.

  112. calli

    How odd. I thought I’d retrieved it before it was sent. Tricky interwebby thingy.

  113. Death Giraffe

    I notice that mUnty has given up on trying to distract from his incessant shilling for DNC narratives by tossing out dead squirrels

    ..
    I’m stuffing a grey nurse with dead squirrels as we speak.
    Later on, I’m going to set it alight.

  114. Death Giraffe

    Stop squirming, damn you, you damn fish.

  115. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    I’m stuffing a grey nurse with dead squirrels as we speak.
    Later on, I’m going to set it alight.

    And fling it from a trebuchet?

  116. Death Giraffe

    Relax.
    It’s a metaphor.

  117. Death Giraffe

    Trebuchets are cool.

  118. Death Giraffe

    piscine turducken flambe.

  119. calli

    piscine turducken flambé en trebuchet

  120. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From Zulu Kilo Two Alpha at 7:22 pm:

    “…
    The Australian

    A second man has been charged with the alleged rape of a two-year-old girl in the troubled Northern Territory town of Tennant Creek.

    NT Police today said they had charged a 25-year-old man with sexual intercourse without consent.

    … on February 15. (15 weeks ago!!!)

    Tennant Creek … gained notoriety this year after a two-year-old girl was raped — allegedly by a 24-year-old male relative — and suffered significant injuries and tested positive for gonorrhoea.

    Given the nature of the incident, police were “limited in what other details we can provide”, a police spokeswoman said.”

    Hunt ’em down and shoot ’em like the dogs that they are.

  121. calli

    My granddaughter turns two next month.

    I have murder in my heart too, Mick.

  122. Steve trickler

    Going back in time.



  123. Death Giraffe

    Above link is Lauren Southern talking about Tommy Robinson.
    For what it’s worth, while I don’t find either Lauren or Tommy very convincing, the authorities sure are a bunch of idiots to make martyrs of them.
    One might think they are deliberately pissing people off for some reason.

  124. Death Giraffe

    compelling, not convincing, I mean.

  125. Ragu

    Learned how to weld yet, giraffe man?

  126. feelthebern

    I dont know why Chelsea Manning got pardoned.
    I dont know why Snowden wasn’t pardoned.
    Its like Obama got the papers mixed up.

  127. feelthebern

    Outsiders is possibly the worst produced show on television this side of Romania.

  128. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    I have murder in my heart too, Mick.

    You aren’t the only one, calli, I’d cheerfully serve on the firing party at dawn, and go on to eat a hearty breakfast.

  129. feelthebern

    So anything being going on around these parts?
    I haven’t even had the chance to lurk for the last couple of days.

  130. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    piscine turducken flambé en trebuchet

    What wine would you recommend?

  131. Viva

    The Queen will sensibly do what she always does, and keep out of it.

    Although the Queen is politically neutral, she has the right to be consulted and to “advise and warn” ministers.

    She should be issuing a strong warning about the Robinson matter.

  132. Geriatric mayfly

    Beetlejuice for breakfast? Experts
    say cockroach milk could be the
    next non-dairy fad and claim it
    tastes just like cow´s milk

    Getting up at 0500, rounding up the roaches, putting them through the milking machines all in time for the arrival of the milk tanker. Hose out shit. Repair for meal. Repeat at 1500. 365 days a year in all weathers.

  133. Death Giraffe

    Ragu
    #2722479, posted on May 28, 2018 at 8:45 pm
    Learned how to weld yet, giraffe man?

    ..
    I can weld.
    I’m a fitter and turner.
    I was being self-deprecating and you ruined it.

  134. Death Giraffe

    What wine would you recommend?

    ..
    Mead.
    To stay in period with the trebuchet.

  135. Delta A

    I’m a fitter and turner.

    Oh, an army cook.

  136. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Oh, an army cook.

    Army Catering Course is the most difficult the Army has. No – one has ever passed it.

  137. calli

    A butt of Malmsey.

    Just don’t fall in.

  138. Beertruk

    Hmmm…Jim ‘Arse kicker Super Soldier’ Molon v Rod ‘I have no clue and I am as useful as a one legged man in a arse kicking competion’ Bower on your Socialist Maxist station tonight.

  139. Anne

    Mick;

    Hunt ’em down and shoot ’em like the dogs that they are.

    This evil is not confined to any particular group, but if it were, the predators would be more likely wandering the corridors of power than the outback.

    There is overwhelming evidence that P-ederasty is an Elite privilege, globally.

    Please listen to this interview.

    https://youtu.be/ENj-vHtlsUc 1hr

  140. Beertruk

    Oh, an army cook.

    Fitter and Turner? Bait Layer?

  141. Tekweni

    Unfortunately having experienced army cooking I agree with Zulu. Nothing like a vark pan with food groups mingling together.

  142. Slayer of Memes

    I’m a fitter and turner.

    Oh, an army cook.

    Another Spud peeler??

  143. JC

    WSJ

    Look how the deep state close the ranks.

    Top lawmakers from both parties and a former leader in the U.S. intelligence community disputed President Donald Trump’s accusation that the FBI improperly embedded a “spy” in his 2016 campaign as part of an effort to keep him from winning the election.

    At the time, the FBI had used an informant who contacted Trump campaign aides suspected of having contacts with Russia, as part of its counterintelligence probe into Moscow’s meddling in the election. Special Counsel Robert Mueller now heads that investigation.

    But Michael Hayden, who served as director of the Central Intelligence Agency in the George W. Bush administration, said such activities aren’t unusual for a counterintelligence probe.

    The activity described so far is “stunningly normal,” Mr. Hayden told ABC on Sunday. “Everyone has handled this just about the way it should have been handled.”

    The president is “simply trying to delegitimize the Mueller investigation…and he’s willing to throw almost anything against the wall,” Mr. Hayden said.

    Mr. Trump has denied collusion, and Moscow has denied meddling in the election. Mr. Trump and his allies have complained the Russia probe was launched for improper political reasons.

    But others on Sunday also took issue with Mr. Trump’s latest broadside against the FBI.

    Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) told ABC News that he had also seen no information so far suggesting any impropriety by U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies. “Up to now, what I have seen is evidence that they were investigating individuals with a history of links to Russia that were concerning,” said Mr. Rubio. “And that was appropriate, if that’s all that happened.”

    Here’s the issue. Why didn’t they inform the presumptive nominee there may be a problem.

  144. Death Giraffe

    I liked army food.

  145. Habib

    Tucker Fucker. AKA Borgia.

  146. Beertruk

    I liked army food.

    Any of the 10 man rat pack menus were fixed with about five or six satchets of curry powder. Sometimes the salt was overdone as well.

  147. Habib

    Ratpacks work better than Imodium. Need to chainsmoke Camels to lay a cable. Chokky that pre-dates electricity.

  148. Mak Siccar

    I accidentally watched the end of 4 Corners just now. At the end, the promotion of subsequent shows is a three part ‘analysis’ on Trump and Wussia, Wussia, Wussia. Can you believe it?

  149. Beertruk

    Chokky that pre-dates electricity.

    Chokky needed to be smashed with an entrenching tool first before eating, otherwise you would break your teeth.

  150. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Used to know a shearer’s cook who gloried in the nickname of “Lucretia Borgia.”

  151. Mallee Miss

    A petition to free TR has over 340, 000 signatures at change.org – a new signature every few seconds. I don’t think the media blackout is going to be very successful.

  152. nemkat

    Isn’t change.org a George Soros front organisation, like GetUp!?
    But don’t worry, Tommy isn’t an Agent Provocateur, and no one’s being led up the garden path, oh no.

  153. Tel

    Any of the 10 man rat pack menus were fixed with about five or six satchets of curry powder. Sometimes the salt was overdone as well.

    That’s always been my approach to regular non-Army food. My cooking would rate as “truck stop” grade, which I regard as pretty good. There’s some quality Indian wholesalers around offering a spectrum of those sachets. Your next best friend is tinned chipotle.

  154. Oh come on

    The activity described so far is “stunningly normal,” Mr. Hayden told ABC on Sunday.

    He shouldn’t have said that.

    The president is “simply trying to delegitimize the Mueller investigation…and he’s willing to throw almost anything against the wall,” Mr. Hayden said.

    He definitely shouldn’t have said that.

    Let me clarify. He could have said both of those things, but certainly not using that language. He makes it clear that he is a part of the problem.

    These idiots are so stupified by what’s heading their way that they have forgotten how to act professional and disinterested.

  155. Death Giraffe

    Any Melbourne cats want to go with to see Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux with me and Mater?

    ://www.tickettailor.com/events/axiomaticevents/171287/

  156. Confused Old Misfit

    The small but not insignificant victory was the return of the grid girls to the Monaco F1 GP>

  157. Oh come on

    Stefan Molyneux? Hey Arky. Do you sell Amway? If you don’t, I’m pretty sure I could dig up the number of someone I vaguely know who would happily take you under their wing. It’s an amazing business opportunity, they told me, right before I hung up.

  158. Ragu

    Tommy isn’t an Agent Provocateur and no one’s being led up the garden path, oh no.
     

    You keep banging on about this, SfB. I really think you don’t know what that means.

  159. pete m

    Tommy Robinson not assaulted in prison nor in unsafe (highly Islamic) jail according to his cameraman in interview with infowars.

  160. C.L.

    The activity described so far is “stunningly normal,” Mr. Hayden told ABC on Sunday.

    Exactly. Thanks for coming, dumb-dumb.
    Now that they’ve been hopelessly caught out (and they have) they try to legitimise their actions (actions which they have spent two years denying) by saying ‘well of course we were spying on Trump – duh. The only line of defence after that is ‘we make no apologies for spying on Trump.’

  161. cohenite

    Tommy isn’t an Agent Provocateur and no one’s being led up the garden path, oh no.

    You keep banging on about this, SfB. I really think you don’t know what that means.

    You come across this imbecility in the muslim apologia crowd: as though islam needs someone to provoke it to outrage and as if the people aren’t smart enough to know they being betrayed by their leaders. But no it must be Tommy driving muslims to their vile acts and destruction of the West and it must be Tommy revving up the proles to protest against a non-existent problem. It is a perversity that the commies do so well: make the justified reaction the problem. Bastards.

  162. Death Giraffe

    That’s a yes from you then OCO.
    How many tickets should I put you down for?

  163. Entropy

    Just watched S03 E07 of yes minister again “the middle class rip off”
    All about subsidising the arts as opposed to the soccer and vested interests and subsidy. Love it.

    Also, a reminder that plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.

  164. Oh come on

    Stefan Molyneux is a highly dodgy cult leader, Arks. I wouldn’t pay the xunt a single cent. Lauren Southern is OK, but not worth paying to listen to.

  165. Ragu

    Any Melbourne cats want to go with to see Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux with me and Mater?

    Does that mean people from Slobart can’t come as well?

    Clicked the link and got this

    Bandwidth Limit ExceededThe server is temporarily unable to service your request due to the site owner reaching his/her bandwidth limit. Please try again later.

    Sometimes I get a similar message from a Twitter link posted here. Reeks of bullshit

  166. Tel

    Lauren Southern is OK, but not worth paying to listen to.

    I think she is perfectly correct about everything she says, but if I was paying money to sit in the audience I’d probably spend most of the night looking at her… and that’s my own weakness I admit to and might be a reason to stay home.

  167. cohenite

    So, they’re letting Lauren into this weak arsed place, fancy that.

  168. Death Giraffe

    Does that mean people from Slobart can’t come as well?

    ..
    Let me know if you are coming, we can meet first.
    I will know you from the extra head.

  169. Oh come on

    Axiomatic is proud to bring Alt Media commentators and conservative activists STEFAN MOLYNEUX & LAUREN SOUTHERN to Australia and New Zealand in 2018 for a free speech evening of stories, opinions, inspiration and Q&A.

    I haven’t been to a “speech evening” before, but this one’s free! So what the hell, maybe I’ll go and have a listen. Put me down for 50 tix, Arks. I might show up. If I don’t just chuck em.

  170. Harlequin Decline

    Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
    #2722532, posted on May 28, 2018 at 9:22 pm
    Used to know a shearer’s cook who gloried in the nickname of “Lucretia Borgia.”

    ‘The shearer’s cook had a sore eyed look,
    He was covered with scabs and rashes,
    He clogged our arseholes with his half baked rolls,
    He would have poisoned Christ with his hashes.’

    From The Shearer’s Lament.

  171. Ragu

    I ain’t from here, born in Sydney and proud of that. You get the extra head from immigration but, you have to give it back when one leaves.

    The extra head people from Tassie all come from Inceston.

    I’ll make up my mind in three weeks, but definitely keen.

  172. Ragu

    It’s incest time in Tassie
    And your father is out of town
    Your mother is in the bathroom
    Her panties halfway down.

    No time to masturbate
    No time to beat your meat
    because it’s incest time in Tassie
    And motherfucking can’t be beat

    * Original from the Oxford book of bawdy songs, from memory.

  173. Oh come on

    I thought CL was premature in declaring that Drudge had jumped the shark. However, that Tommy Robinson lead has been up for at least 14 hours. The Tommy Robinson thing is important, but globally important? Of universal and ongoing concern? We all knew the UK was cactus years ago. And the vast majority of US consumers – ie. Drudge’s bread and butter – have never heard of and are not especially interested in Tommy Robinson or his current legal difficulties.

  174. Death Giraffe

    I can’t get the link I posted here to work either, although Mater has already purchased tickets.
    Find your own link folks.
    Sorry.

  175. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    From The Shearer’s Lament.

    One of the locals, where I used to live, had been a shearer before Wobbly Wobbly Two, and then a Prisoner of War of the Germans during the war.

    He always said that, compared to the food in a shearers mess, the food as a POW wasn’t so bad, after all.

  176. jupes

    Fancy that, Rosenstein’s wife is shrillary’s attorney:

    It’s not true until Trump tweets it.

  177. Snoopy

    Fancy that, Rosenstein’s wife is shrillary’s attorney:

    It’s not true until Trump tweets it.

    Or Monty denies it.

  178. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Spot of spacechooking here for Cats with an interest in military history. A new book, on the Viet Nam War, by Michael G Kort is worth reading. It makes the same points as Mark Moyar’s “Triumph Forsaken” , but it’s a good look at two issues. Ho Chi Minh wasn’t the Nationalist leader, who “Waltzed with the Communists” for an independent Viet Nam – there was only ever one model for an independent Viet Nam, and that was one as a Communist dictatorship, preferably with “Uncle Ho” in charge.

    Also, later North Vietnamese propaganda aside, the North Vietnamese never intended to honour the pledge made for free elections, after the Geneva Ceasefire of 1954. Good reading, check it out.

  179. Hydra

    We all knew the UK was cactus years ago. And the vast majority of US consumers – ie. Drudge’s bread and butter – have never heard of and are not especially interested in Tommy Robinson or his current legal difficulties.

    Facebook memes about it on US pages are getting thousands of comments and shares. It’s a goldmine for Drudge.

  180. Hydra

    We all knew the UK was cactus years ago. And the vast majority of US consumers – ie. Drudge’s bread and butter – have never heard of and are not especially interested in Tommy Robinson or his current legal difficulties.

    Facebook memes about it on US pages are getting thousands of comments and shares. It’s a goldmine for Drudge.

  181. Oh come on

    Facebook memes about it on US pages are getting thousands of comments and shares. It’s a goldmine for Drudge.

    Drudge makes money from the tiny number of click throughs that result from many tens of millions of daily views. How are a relative handful of Facebook memes going to be monetized to any significant extent by Drudge?

  182. Oh come on

    Click throughs via ads, even

  183. JC

    Drudge makes money from the tiny number of click throughs that result from many tens of millions of daily views.

    I get the most annoying ads. It’s actually more like stalking than ads. You go to a site , check something out and then you get that ad chasing you all over the web. Drudge is particularly villainous like that.

  184. JC

    Obviously the Italian Presidential position must be a fixed term or requires a super majority to fire him because what that fucker did is unpardonable.

    He turned down the coalition and appointed a technocratic government because the coalition wanted to appoint a Euro-sceptic as the finance minster. Unreal. He’s thumbing his nose at the will of the people, while supporting Brussels.

  185. Bruce in WA

    “Said I never had much use for one. Never said I didn’t know how to use it.”

  186. zyconoclast

    ‘He is devastated’: Paul Hogan is ‘left heartbroken as ex-wife Linda Kozlowski prepares to move from Los Angeles to Morocco with new partner Moulay Hafid Baba’

    They were married for 23 years after meeting on the set of Crocodile Dundee, and share a teenage son together.

    And Paul Hogan, 78, is said to be ‘devastated’ that his ex-wife Linda Kozlowski, 60, is reportedly moving from Los Angeles to Morocco with her new partner Moulay Hafid Baba.

    On Monday, New Idea magazine reported that Linda sold her three-bedroom house in Venice, Los Angeles, with the intention of moving overseas to focus on her tourism business with Moulay.

  187. Oh come on

    Drudge has a billion+ monthly page-views. He only needs a tiny percentage of that clicking an ad on his site to coin it massively. What he puts up day-to-day isn’t super important, as long as it plays its part in driving overall traffic. Tommy Robinson’s current legal plight is a highly boutique issue. It isn’t even a Sunday graveyard shift issue (as it’s been featured through the US Sunday). Drudge is not running a blog. Or at least he isn’t at the moment.

  188. JC

    This was in 2012 when multiples were down and the economy was in the duldrumes.

    Assuming The Drudge Report gets $1.50 per 1000 pages and has 1 billion pageviews per month, The Drudge Report should be generating revenue of $15-$20 million a year.

    That doesn’t sound like much, but, importantly, Drudge has very low tech, editorial, and sales costs.

    So almost all of that is profit.

    Assuming The Drudge Report pays the full corporate tax rate on those earnings, the business probably generates $10-$15 million of after-tax profit per year.

    So, how much is The Drudge Report worth?

    Media properties generally trade at a 15x-25x multiple of earnings, or a 4x-5x multiple of revenue, depending on the growth rate of the business and the level of profitability.

    A range of 15x-25x earnings for the current incarnation of The Drudge Report, therefore, would produce an estimated value of $150 million to $375 million.

    The piece excepted was from 2012 when the economy and stock valuation were still in the rat hole.
    That revenue multiple has expanded to 20, 30X. Say we apply 15X

    He could be worth over a billion dollars at the moment. The little rat.

  189. Mark A

    JC
    #2722683, posted on May 28, 2018 at 11:31 pm

    Obviously the Italian Presidential position must be a fixed term or requires a super majority to fire him because what that fucker did is unpardonable.

    He turned down the coalition and appointed a technocratic government because the coalition wanted to appoint a Euro-sceptic as the finance minster. Unreal. He’s thumbing his nose at the will of the people, while supporting Brussels.

    Republic anyone?

  190. JC

    It is a republic by name at least.

  191. Mark A

    zyconoclast
    #2722685, posted on May 28, 2018 at 11:32 pm

    On Monday, New Idea magazine reported that Linda sold her three-bedroom house in Venice, Los Angeles, with the intention of moving overseas to focus on her tourism business with Moulay.

    Bad news for Linda, if you have to sell your house to move overseas, spec. a modest 3 bedroom one, then your business isn’t doing well enough to warrant a permanent move in the first place.
    Her current partner??

  192. Zyconoclast

    New Zealand to slaughter thousands of cows in attempt to eliminate Mycoplasma bovis bacteria

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-05-28/new-zealand-to-slaughter-thousands-of-cows-mycoplasma-bovis/9808532

  193. Makka

    The Blues side has a big weak spot. Excellent!!

  194. JC

    Are you still on the dark continent, Makka?

  195. Makka

    Oh dear… another one of mUnty’s predictions has been turned into a rake….

    And his bedwetting mate IT.

  196. Makka

    Are you still on the dark continent, Makka?

    Yep.

  197. OneWorldGovernment

    JC
    #2722692, posted on May 28, 2018 at 11:51 pm

    Golly, this must be the oldest known organism.

    A craggy pine tree growing in southern Italy is 1,230 years old, making it the oldest tree in Europe that has been scientifically dated.

    I wont believe it until Michael Mann verifies it.

  198. BREAKING: Kim Jong-un says he has agreed to President Trump’s demand of total denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.

    Trump wants to exchange economic aid to NK in exchange for dismantling all the NK nukes. That’s what he means by that phrase, which is fair enough on the face of it.

    However, what Kim means by “denuclearisation” is that the US withdraws everything from SK, not just troops, materiel and ordnance but also nuke protection. Even Trump is not that stupid. Hmm, did I just say that? Maybe he is.

    Either way, Kim is not stupid and he knows the US will most likely never abandon SK like that, so it’s an outlandish ambit claim. And if Trump does make that humongous error, then his masters in Beijing will be ecstatic because China will strengthen its hold on Asia, leaving SK at their mercy.

  199. OneWorldGovernment

    Mark A
    #2722689, posted on May 28, 2018 at 11:45 pm

    Republic anyone?

    LOL

    The Australian Government has become like a super president that tramples the States of Australia.

    http://catallaxyfiles.com/2018/05/28/i-am-from-the-government-and-am-here-to-help/#comment-2722641

    The bastards are mainlining on taxes.

    We have to stop that even if it means going cold turkey by starting with eliminating all excise duties.

  200. Oh come on

    Bugger off, m0nty. You’re such a low energy loser. You make Jeb! seem like a dynamo by comparison.

  201. Makka

    How many times have I told you; I’m playing my small part in keeping the world supplied in commodities. Mining.

  202. JC

    Fatso

    Instead of wasting pixels by speculating about it all, why not wait until after the talks round up and see where it ends up?

    Also, you really think, no one in the Administration has thought of that? You oaf, most.

  203. Makka

    However, what Kim means by “denuclearisation” is that the US withdraws everything from SK, not just troops, materiel and ordnance but also nuke protection. Even Trump is not that stupid. Hmm, did I just say that? Maybe he is.

    Do’t give up the fantasy footie , mUnty. You aren’t worth shit as a foreign policy expert.

  204. JC

    Yea, I know, doofi, but how long are you there for? Like, are you going to retire there, join a village? Also, are you planning on going lion hunting? You can’t go to Africa and not shoot a lion. If I ever go again, I’m hoping to do just that. 🙂 I think a leopard is cheaper.

  205. Makka

    I’m here until my contract expires, which is renewable as both sides see fit. Planning a trip through the game parks but need more research on the safety aspects , won’t be for a while yet. Not to shoot though. Only arseholes shoot big magnificent game.

  206. JC

    Only arseholes shoot big magnificent game.

    Lol. Not true. Putting a price on their head actually supports conservation efforts. I was only kidding though. I wouldn’t shoot a lion, but have no real problems when others do and pay the vig.

  207. Armadillo

    Taking out a Giraffe with an oversized Boomerang wouldn’t be too hard? Aim for the legs.

  208. JC

    Taking out a Giraffe with an oversized Boomerang wouldn’t be too hard? Aim for the legs.

    I don’t get this.Truphy shooting a giraffe costs less than a lion. I would have thought there were far more lions than the long necked doofuses. Sure, it’s all demand and supply, but still.

    A giraffe has a $3,000 trophy fee. For a lion, trophy fees range from $9,900 for a lioness, to $35,000 for a black male lion, according to Africa Hunt Lodge. The trophy fees, however, mainly go to anti-poaching efforts, according to the company.

  209. OneWorldGovernment

    m0nty

    Riddle me this.

    Trump’s foreign policy over 16 months has been far less favorable to Russia than Obama’s.
    …………………..
    Obama’s spying scandal is starting to look a lot like Watergate

    https://nypost.com/2018/05/27/obamas-spying-scandal-is-starting-to-look-a-lot-like-watergate/

  210. OneWorldGovernment

    I wonder how much it costs to ‘bag’ an albino child in Africa?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persecution_of_people_with_albinism

  211. Armadillo

    I think we all agree that throwing sticks at Lions and Giraffes isn’t a good idea.

    It’s why the ancient Aboriginals retreated to Australia before the land bridge closed. Kangaroos, Koalas and Wombats don’t retaliate.

    Smart move.

  212. OneWorldGovernment

    Armadillo
    #2722722, posted on May 29, 2018 at 1:04 am

    I think we all agree that throwing sticks at Lions and Giraffes isn’t a good idea.

    It’s why the ancient Aboriginals retreated to Australia before the land bridge closed. Kangaroos, Koalas and Wombats don’t retaliate.

    Bulltish.

    Far more vicious than giraffes.

  213. OneWorldGovernment

    Kangaroos, Koalas and Wombats I mean.

  214. Armadillo

    Far more vicious than giraffes.

    “King of the Jungle” my arse…

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=POxCb9n4L8E

    Giraffes [shudder] would be pecking drop bears eyes out before they even got out of bed.

  215. John Constantine

    The Rains are here.

    That is the good news.

    Bad news is that Good Senator Dave has put frankenstabby signed Australian foreign office drafted letter about Seth Efrican rural staley paleys.

    Basically they can all go and get Tommy’d as far as she is concerned.

    Having signed all the decolonisation conventions, and being so close to the eternal victory, their turnbullites won’t waver now.

    Comrades.

  216. OneWorldGovernment

    Armadillo
    #2722725, posted on May 29, 2018 at 1:34 am

    Far more vicious than giraffes.

    “King of the Jungle” my arse…

    Drop Bears could kill useless lions.

    Mother Giraffe Take Down Five Lions To Protect Her Baby

  217. OneWorldGovernment

    John Constantine
    #2722726, posted on May 29, 2018 at 1:40 am

    The Rains are here.

    That is the good news.

    Bad news is that Good Senator Dave has put frankenstabby signed Australian foreign office drafted letter about Seth Efrican rural staley paleys.

    Basically they can all go and get Tommy’d as far as she is concerned.

    Having signed all the decolonisation conventions, and being so close to the eternal victory, their turnbullites won’t waver now.

    Comrades.

    We are proudly UNaustralia.

    Comrade.

  218. OneWorldGovernment

    JC

    Do you think Saudi Arabia is kowtowing to that viscous Trump or just telling the Germans to fuck off because you are helping Iran?

    Saudis cut trade with Germany

    http://donsurber.blogspot.com/2018/05/saudis-cut-trade-with-germany.html

  219. OneWorldGovernment

    Armadillo
    #2722729, posted on May 29, 2018 at 1:52 am

    Lion kills Koala. Karma?

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vlHbSqD1Rls

    Typical communist Antifa.

    A cowardly sneak attack.

  220. Armadillo

    Whoever coined the phrase “Google is your friend” is a fuckwit.

    Search “Koala kills lion” for confirmation.

  221. Armadillo

    I’ve got nothing. Google officially sucks.

  222. OneWorldGovernment

    Interesting article.

    Poland offers $2 billion for a U.S. base

    The Polish government wants a United States military base in Poland and is willing to pay our government $2 billion for one. That’s a pittance but it sure beats the deal we get elsewhere defending NATO countries.

    The pitch from Poland is simple: we are paying our fair share of NATO defense, and we are closer to the front than Germany.

    …………………………….

    I have the perfect name: Fort Kościuszko.

    http://donsurber.blogspot.com/2018/05/poland-offers-2-billion-for-us-base.html

    Mount Kosciuszko, the tallest mountain in Australia, was named after the Polish freedom fighter by explorer Paweł Strzelecki. Strzelecki noted:

    “The particular configuration of its eminence struck me so forcibly by the similarity to the tumulus elevated in Kraków over the tomb of patriot Kosciusko (sic), that, although in a foreign country, on foreign ground, but amongst a free people, who appreciate freedom and its votaries, I could not refrain from giving it the name of Mount Kosciusko (sic).”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tadeusz_Ko%C5%9Bciuszko

  223. Mark A

    OneWorldGovernment
    #2722734, posted on May 29, 2018 at 2:08 am

    Interesting article.

    Poland offers $2 billion for a U.S. base

    Just think of the dividends coming in, selling supplies and providing services.

    Not stupid they, the Poles, instead of whining about ‘foreign’ bases like we do, they kill tow birds, get protection and do business.

  224. None

    Sharri Markson is having conniptions over Barnaby’ s $150,000 payday. Actually I’m quite enjoying that – I’m quite enjoying seeing her and Susie O’Brien and all the other prize hypocrites having a fit. Not one of them has come up with any sort of reason to go crying. There has not been any evidence of any financial irregularity or anything else. She’s just pissed. Markson and her colleagues were the ones that created the market. So Joyce and Campion are just walking into the market and taking what’s rightfully theirs: control of their own information and the right to profit from their own story not for newspapers to profit from it. There were no taxpayers hurt in this transaction and therefore I am more than happy. Markson who is childless should realise that this kid is not guaranteed of having a financially secure future thanks to her and her colleagues rendering its parents unemployable. The kid is innocent and deserves every cent coming his way.

  225. Armadillo

    but amongst a free people, who appreciate freedom and its votaries, I could not refrain from giving it the name of Mount Kosciusko (sic).”

    In hindsight, he rivals MOnty for wrongology. He should have named it Mt Anything.

  226. Mark A

    None
    #2722737, posted on May 29, 2018 at 2:15 am

    Saw that, They got it wrong.
    Barnaby is not there as a polly.

  227. OneWorldGovernment

    Mark A
    #2722736, posted on May 29, 2018 at 2:14 am

    OneWorldGovernment
    #2722734, posted on May 29, 2018 at 2:08 am

    Interesting article.

    Poland offers $2 billion for a U.S. base

    Just think of the dividends coming in, selling supplies and providing services.

    Not stupid they, the Poles, instead of whining about ‘foreign’ bases like we do, they kill tow birds, get protection and do business.

    And it would put the USA next door to the mad German State who are now playing with Putin and Emperor Xi.

  228. Armadillo

    I’m quite enjoying seeing her and Susie O’Brien and all the other prize hypocrites having a fit.

    Stormy.

  229. None

    Yep. Campion is not a polly either. Adultery and fornication are no longer crimes either, not that I’m sure they ever were. Hilarious to see Miss spread your legs girls for freedom Sharri Markson having a hissy fit, as too the ditsy Susie O’Brien who has a mother should know better. Sorry ladies you’ve been outplayed and if you weren’t the hypocrites you be reporting on all the extramarital affairs including all those between journalists and politicians.

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