Wednesday Forum: June 6, 2018

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  1. calli

    She was fortunate she wasn’t shot dead. Or at least crash tackled into the kerb by a brave passer-by.

    Who would then be arrested for assault.

  2. egg_

    Sharri Markson on Teh Dumb: her point for the week – Vikki Campion’s complaint to the Press Council

    She adds that she hopes that that’s the end of the saga.
    Got the last word in?
    I bet you’ll buy the book when it comes out, to see if you’re in it, just like Vitrioli.

  3. thefrollickingmole

    Ill go ask the baby whos junkie mother neglected her so mush she starved to death in her crib.

    When my copper mate attended that one the kid had been dead for a day or 2 and the nappy was full of cockroaches.
    Due to cultural sympathies it was put down as “cot death”.

    You know nothing about how the underclass live, your strawman of happy families vs taken away and neglected is a shabby and useless morality tale/

  4. Top Ender

    The ADF seems to just be now a uniformed branch of the public service.

    The social justice warriors have realised that here are unploughed fields where they can get money and power, and they have moved in.

    Once you learn the language of “capability” and “operations” and so on, then you can start to climb the greasy pole, all the while getting your juniors to “sir and ma’am” you all over the place.

  5. Roger

    What happened at Westmead hospital?

  6. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Ill go ask the baby whos junkie mother neglected her so mush she starved to death in her crib.

    I’ll go and ask the kids where Mum used to wrap them in a petrol soaked blanket – it’ stopped them crying.

  7. nemkat

    Maybe the Abos need to become Muslims.
    They seem to encounter no difficulty from the Welfare police, even though they’re FGMing their daughters and selling them to old men like it’s going out of fashion.
    What about the bloke that gouged his missus’s eyes out in front of the kids? Are those kids now Wards of the State?
    Don’t be silly.

  8. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    A girl wearing a hijab carries toy rifle into Prince of Wales Hospital
    Marie Hogg, Southern Courier
    June 8, 2018 9:50am
    Subscriber only

    THE Prince of Wales Hospital in Randwick has described a teenage girl wearing a hijab-like garment, carrying a replica rifle into the building, as a ‘potential security incident’.

    About 9am yesterday, the young woman appeared outside Prince of Wales Hospital carrying the realistic looking weapon.

    Witness Eunice said security staff were slow to react to the incident.

    “I approached them to check the gun,” she said.

    “They showed me a plastic machine gun and I said [to the girl] ‘you can’t play with toy guns around here and you can’t take that into the hospital because people are scared’.”

    She said despite her warnings, the young girl walked into the hospital cafe, leaving a woman on the information desk “freaking out”.

    Muslima with toy rifle , yeah not much could go wrong…

  9. nemkat

    You know nothing about how the underclass live, your strawman of happy families vs taken away and neglected is a shabby and useless morality tale/

    You’re part of the system, so you would say that.
    Here’s what I say: Removing Indigenous children from their families on an Industrial scale, as has happened in W.A. for generations, is Genocide.
    Sooner or later, but probably sooner, the U.N. will rule it so, as they did for the Swiss Tsigane.

  10. Entropy

    Andreas
    #2731610, posted on June 8, 2018 at 6:13 pm
    Ratepayers on the Gold Coast will be charged a $3 koala tax from July this year in an Australian-first program to buy land to protect their habitat.

    Meanwhile the area where I live their numbers are booming so much they’re overrunning the suburbs

    There has been a male across the road all week. For some reason he reckons it’s time to let the ladies know where he is between 10pm and dawn each night. The bastard is lucky he is too high up in the gum trees to be in decent slingshot range. A plastic pellet on the bum mightn’t bother him, but at least I might get some piquant satisfaction if I miraculously manage to give him a touch up.

  11. Entropy

    I don’t think NemKat realises just how banally evil human beings are capable of being.

  12. Old School Conservative

    calli
    #2731601, posted on June 8, 2018 at 6:05 pm
    I see a young hijabi was testing the water at Westmead hospital.

    It was more than that.
    Innocent young Muslim carrying a toy gets shot by evil white supremacist armed guard/police.
    A great opportunity for riots now and future concessions.

  13. John Constantine

    Going full robot air drones, smart ocean-going seamines and ground traversing antipersonel weapons platforms are the future for Australian defence forces.

    These can be purchased from Maaaaates and locked away.

    Th revolution only requires wymynsys in uniform to send to the Pacific Islands to enforce Emily’s List and handlers for paid informants and troop transport aircraft to mass airlift in the revolutionary freedom fighters from peasantistan for the decolonisation Struggle.

    Plus the public order response Kommitat paramilitary Death squads to take care of clinging deplorable that do not love Big Australia enough.

    Viva la Revolution.

  14. Rae

    Shorten is a stunted little human

    Meh. 178 cm (5’10”) is not exactly stunted.

  15. Baldrick

    I don’t think NemKat realises just how banally evil human beings are capable of being. stupid he sounds.

    It fixes it.

  16. I don’t think NemKat realises just how banally evil human beings are capable of being.

    Oh yes hoes, Entropy.
    But only whites, of course.
    All other races are, and always have been, magnificently noble.

  17. Top Ender

    The Northern Territory Government has pledged to work towards a treaty with the Indigenous peoples.

    Thirty years after the Barunga statement was given to former prime minister Bob Hawke, a memorandum of understanding has been signed outlining a future treaty between Aboriginal traditional owners and the Government.

    Hundreds of community members watched on — some who were present thirty years ago — as the document was signed by Chief Minister Michael Gunner, and all four Northern Territory land councils.

    Opposition Leader Bill Shorten was in attendance of the event, describing it as a historic step forward.

    Link

  18. Senile Old Guy

    Scroll the trolls.

  19. Rae

    I see a young hijabi was testing the water at Westmead hospital.

    Next time it will be a real one.

    What happened at Westmead hospital?

    At Westmead? Dunno. But a hijab/scarf wearing girl carried a toy gun into the Prince of Wales Hospital at Randwick.

    Looked like a set-up to me.

  20. cohenite

    The big question with tits is why the r.pe allegation against him was not prosecuted.

  21. Baldrick

    Scroll the poobloggers

  22. Roger

    Opposition Leader Bill Shorten was in attendance of the event, describing it as a historic step forward.

  23. Tintarella di Luna

    Springer Jones must be holding his breath that Zaky Mallah makes it back in time for Q & A on Monday night and no doubt would have the people mover ready to ferry him from the airport to Pyrmont. Nice to know how our $1billion is being spent

  24. Senile Old Guy

    And the NT Government did not discuss this with the voters or have it prominent in their election policies. This has been sprung on us out of nowhere. In any case,they have no power to negotiate such a treaty. It is a con job.

  25. Dover Beach;

    The whole point of this legal battle is not to make children ‘available’ for gay couples, but either to abolish such adoption agencies that hold to the principle of children deserving to be raised by a mother and a father or, to have these agencies compromise themselves by now renouncing such a principle.

    Thank you for that clarification. It sits along the same lines as my oft repeated quote from Zyconoclast:

    “The problem is not that O’bama became President, the problem is that so many people were so gullible as to vote for him. The US can survive 4 or even 8 years of O’bama. It cannot survive a citizenry capable of making such a disastrous choice as to make him President.”
    The issue you have identified goes back to first principles: The adoption agency exists to place children who have lost parents in suitable family environments. That is its role. It is not there to carry out some weird ideological experiment. All else is bullshit.
    People cannot imagine just how devastated and vulnerable these kids are. But some sections of our society think they are numbers to be shuffled around, that they just squeaky sex toys that have a use by date.
    That is not so.

  26. DrBeauGan

    cohenite
    #2731639, posted on June 8, 2018 at 6:55 pm
    The big question with tits is why the r.pe allegation against him was not prosecuted.

    Because our Justice system is corrupt.

  27. Rae

    memoryvault. Nice to see you back. Did you have the surgery you spoke of just before your absence commenced?

  28. C.L.

    And right on cue – according to plan …
    SAS “crimes” being earnestly discussed on The Project by Waleed Aly.
    On the news, Julie Bishop says the ‘serious allegations’ need to be investigated.
    Say goodbye to the SAS, folks. One of the greatest martial brotherhoods on earth. It’s done.

  29. Roger

    Opposition Leader Bill Shorten was in attendance of the event, describing it as a historic step forward.

    Treaties between sovereign powers, such as those proposed in Victoria and now the NT, are enforceable in international law under the jurisdiction of the UN International Court of Justice at The Hague. As far as our sovereignty is concerned, I hardly think it is a step forward to effectively outsource aboriginal affairs to the UN.

    Be that as it may, the various Treasury beans in VIC & NT (& SA?) might like to start calculating how much has been expended in special aboriginal welfare provisions over the last several generations so they can make a case for that amount to be subtracted from the reparations bills.

    The other states would do well to watch and observe.

  30. nemkat

    I don’t think NemKat realises just how banally evil human beings are capable of being.

    The banality of Evil. I think that was Lefty Icon Joan Didion’s catch phrase.
    Strange to hear it on a Centre Right blog like the Cat.
    Removing the children of a particular Race from their parents in every generation banal?

    It has become so, how much evil have we on our heads?

  31. Top Ender:
    Thank you for the three names. I have removed them from the list of “Those who will be Purged after the Revolution.”

  32. Senile Old Guy

    Always check.

    The union representing Bureau of Meteorology workers has accused the weather office of gagging employees after they drew attention to a pay freeze in social media posts. Some staff were including #5yearpayfreeze, #SupportUs and #BoMonStrike in weather updates, in an effort to raise awareness about industrial action over their long-running pay claim.

    So they were using weather bulletins for lobbying for the union, something that is an entirely inappropriate use of a public resource. The employees are not being gagged, they are being told to stop misusing the BoM social media account.

  33. rickw

    It was more than that.
    Innocent young Muslim carrying a toy gets shot by evil white supremacist armed guard/police.
    A great opportunity for riots now and future concessions.

    Plus reinforces the Man Monis Principle:

    Don’t shoot a Jihadi until you absolutely have to, and even then, take your time.

  34. Makka

    how much evil have we on our heads?

    None at all on mine. Plenty on the political swill who continue to fund this institutional abuse that allows abos to brutalize , traumatize and treat their children so inhumanely.

  35. Snoopy

    She was fortunate she wasn’t shot dead. Or at least crash tackled into the kerb by a brave passer-by.

    Who would then be arrested for assault.

    It looks nothing like a real gun. The real crime is that all kids aren’t allowed to play with toy guns in public as we used to. Hysterical nonsense.

    Meanwhile Zaky Mallah flies the world on an Australian passport.

  36. nemkat

    Say goodbye to the SAS, folks. One of the greatest martial brotherhoods on earth. It’s done.
    Remind me why we had troops in Afghanistan again, C.L.?
    Oh, that’s right. It was so the Afghan’s daughters could wear mini skirts and go to High Skule.
    Well that’s okay if the SAS used the dopey local villagers as target practice, then.

  37. areff

    I think that was Lefty Icon Joan Didion’s catch phrase.

    Hannah Arendt observing Eichmann in his glass booth at trial.

    Didion’s catchphrase should have been “hubby’s gone to vegas to get on the squirt and write a book about it”

    Her catchphrase was ‘slouching toward Jerusalem’, and romanticised the original dirty hippies.

  38. areff

    Further to last post, Nemkat, I neglected to mention that you really are a prize f***wit.

  39. Did you have the surgery you spoke of just before your absence commenced?

    Good to e back, Rae.
    Open heart surgery – twice.

  40. nemkat

    None at all on mine. Plenty on the political swill who continue to fund this institutional abuse that allows abos to brutalize , traumatize and treat their children so inhumanely.

    If your Government commits Genocide against an entire Race over generations, as is happening still, it’s on everyone’s head, particularly yours, since you don’t see any problem.

  41. Nick

    Meanwhile Zaky Mallah flies the world on an Australian passport.

    Its Pythonesque. He’s happy to be back in the country that affords him the benefits he values, while at the same time wanting to smash all it represents.

  42. Peter

    Aren’t the accusations against the SAS “unverifiable”

  43. Roger

    Open heart surgery – twice.

    Good to see you out and about, mv.

  44. H B Bear

    Troll time.

    nemsock has really upped his game. Bringing a special breed of idiocy tonight.

  45. Old School Conservative

    nemkat
    #2731650, posted on June 8, 2018 at 7:04 pm
    The banality of Evil. I think that was Lefty Icon Joan Didion’s catch phrase.

    Only when quoting the original. Hannah Arendt, 1963.

  46. C.L.

    Remind me why we had troops in Afghanistan again, C.L.?

    To slaughter Muslim terrorists.

  47. John Constantine

    The shortfilth fits under my armpit when he isn’t wearing heels, and I aint a basketballer.

    If he is five foot ten, then eighteen inches of that is forelock that has been given a serious and habitual tug.

  48. Roger

    Her catchphrase was ‘slouching toward Jerusalem’, and romanticised the original dirty hippies.

    Slouching towards Bethlehem, areff.

    Easy mistake to make on a Friday night 😉

  49. nemkat

    Peter
    #2731665
    Aren’t the accusations against the SAS “unverifiable”

    Dunno, never had anything to do with the Military.
    I’ve ran across a few blokes that did, though, and my observation was that they kept up to date with what was happening.
    So, if the SAS was doing a spot of extra judicial bloodletting, it wouldn’t be a secret in the RSLs for long.
    What are we talking about here, 2005?
    If it happened, plenty of Cats would know about it.

  50. calli

    Sorry. Prince of Wales Hospital, not Westmead. I was inattentive.

    Interesting location.

  51. Roger

    Sorry. Prince of Wales Hospital, not Westmead. I was inattentive.

    Westmead was where the poor little 5 y.o. boy, stabbed by someone known to him, was taken.

  52. calli

    Oh, just scrolled up. Brrrrrr…

    Had enough of hospitals at the moment. 🙂

  53. Bruce in WA

    Open heart surgery – twice.

    Poseur 😀

    (Glad to see you back.)

  54. nemkat

    C.L.
    #2731669

    Remind me why we had troops in Afghanistan again, C.L.?

    To slaughter Muslim terrorists.
    Wronggg!!!
    Afghanistan actually had a couple of years of peace before we showed up.

  55. calli

    Thanks, Roger. The two stories screened back to back on Seven.

  56. Dr Faustus:

    Shorten is a stunted little human, feasting on the politics of misery.

    Shorten is one of those people who rise to the top in society, but they rise to the very top in morally bankrupt ones.
    He would be the USSRs Beria, or Germany’s Himmler.
    Inside that manipulative, coercive, egotistical personality, lies a mind that knows exactly how he would improve Australia. Fortunately he has no intellectual backing for his rat cunning mind.

  57. John Constantine

    Why blame zaky?

    He is part of a specifically imported demographic, selected, trained and paid to be revolutionary freedom fighters for the Australian left’s fashionable decolonialisation struggle.

    He is only doing the job he was recruited and renumerated for.

    All their Australian left want him to fill australias kindergartens and schools with his tribe bred from slavewives, fill australias airwaves with grievances against racist settler culture and fill his pockets with welfare tribute taken from the society through his freedom fighting.

    Their Australian left want a million more zaky style consumption machines imported to fuel the Revolution.

    Their abc spend a billion dollars a year cheering zaky and his cadre onwards to eternal victory.

    Viva la Revolution.

  58. Empire 5:5

    If your Government..

    Not my government. Not culpable.

    How’s that All Nippon ‘43 Peace Sauce going? Did you find it?

  59. Roger

    Thanks, Roger. The two stories screened back to back on Seven.

    Your mind’s on other things 🙂

  60. zyconoclast

    Open heart surgery – twice.

    I always like to do fun stuff twice.

  61. areff

    F***wittery cubed tonight.

    You find me someone prepared to state that they should’ve been removed from their parents and given to strangers. That person doesn’t exist.

    Someone I know very, very well had exactly that happen to them and rejoices every time she thinks of the horror from which she was saved and the opportunities her adoptive parents opened for her.

  62. zyconoclast

    Truck driver who killed 5 in Sweden attack gets life sentence

    Rakhmat Akilov, a native of Uzbekistan, was sentenced in a Stockholm court on 119 counts of attempted murder and 24 counts of endangering others.

    With a stolen truck, Akilov ran down pedestrians on a busy Stockholm street on April 7, 2017. He swore allegiance to the Islamic State, but the terror network never claimed responsibility.

  63. Someone I know very, very well had exactly that happen to them and rejoices every time she thinks of the horror from which she was saved and the opportunities her adoptive parents opened for her.

    Well said Sir

  64. ZK2A;

    Muslima with toy rifle , yeah not much could go wrong…

    Yep. Practice run to check security.
    Just like those protesters at US air Bases in the 60s in GB. Whilst GRU goons watched and timed the security breaches as the protesters scaled the fences.

  65. zyconoclast

    Four of the world’s biggest tech platforms have working partnerships with a left-wing nonprofit that has a track record of inaccuracies and routinely labels conservative organizations as “hate groups.”

    Facebook, Amazon, Google and Twitter all work with or consult the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) in policing their platforms for “hate speech” or “hate groups,” a Daily Caller News Foundation investigation found.

  66. zyconoclast

    More White LGBTQ Candidates Won’t Help All Queer People Get Free

    One of the achievements we can cheer this Pride season is that more openly LGBTQ candidates are running for office than ever before. The Victory Fund, a political action committee dedicated to increasing the number of LGBTQ officials in the U.S., has endorsed more than 70 openly gay candidates across various levels so far this election cycle, and it expects that number to grow to more than 150 before Election Day. LGBTQ candidates “see hard-won rights [under] attack at the federal level and in many of the states,” Annise Parker, Houston’s first lesbian mayor and now the Victory Fund’s president and CEO, said in a recent interview. “And they want to do something about it.” As a lesbian originally from Houston, I cheered for Parker as mayor, albeit from afar.

    But the Victory Fund ― Parker, its board of directors and its operational team ― is a predominantly white-run organization. And most of the candidates it has endorsed are white too.

  67. pete m

    The sas should not be above the law. They represent and answer to the people they serve.

    I’d like to know more of the allegations.

  68. entropy

    Removing the children of a particular Race from their parents in every generation ban

    You do not see the children because all you can see is race. You should be ashamed.

  69. Pickles

    Yes Winston Shorten is Baria to a tee.

  70. Tintarella di Luna

    Plus reinforces the Man Monis Principle:

    Don’t shoot a Jihadi until you absolutely have to, and even then, take your time.

    And consider carefully their human rights

  71. areff

    Roger, you’re quite right. Bethlehem it is. For what it’s worth, John Gregory Dunne, her hubby, was a much better writer, IMHO

  72. zyconoclast

    Russia 2018: What will happen if there is racist chanting at the World Cup?

    I thought a more likely and important question is what will the fans do when nothing interesting happens in 90 minutes + injury time.
    Are soccer fans immune to boredom?

  73. nemkat

    Someone I know very, very well had exactly that happen to them and rejoices every time she thinks of the horror from which she was saved and the opportunities her adoptive parents opened for her.

    So, on the strength of that one anecdote, the State’s good to keep on destroying the Aboriginal Family?

  74. zyconoclast

    Face the reality of racism in Japan

    A recent study of implicit bias by Matsumoto University psychologist Kazuo Mori notes that Japanese have an implicit bias against blacks, concluding that “Japanese participants showed an implicit preference for ‘white people’ over ‘black people.’ ” Mori suggests that this bias may be the product of the “media in which whites are used ‘for delivering a good message.’ “

  75. areff

    You should be ashamed.

    Dimkat is beyond shame and beneath contempt. ‘Afghanistan knew two years of peace before we turned up.’

    Never heard of Massoud, apparently.

    Warp-drive f***wittery.

  76. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    So, if the SAS was doing a spot of extra judicial bloodletting, it wouldn’t be a secret in the RSLs for long.

    You really do know fuck all about the military don’t you? “What’s done in the bush, stays in the bush. What’s done on Ops, stays on Ops.”

  77. zyconoclast

    MONTREAL – Beginning next month, at least one employee in every Quebec government body, municipality, transit agency, school board, university, daycare and hospital will need a new skill: judging the sincerity of religious beliefs.

    Across the province, hundreds of “accommodation officers” are getting crash courses on whether to accept or reject requests for accommodations made on religious grounds, such as meals respecting dietary restrictions or time off for religious holidays.

    In recently published guidelines, the provincial government says the officers will apply a number of criteria established over time thorough jurisprudence, including whether the request for a religious accommodation stems from a “sincerely held belief.”

  78. Rae

    Muslima with toy rifle , yeah not much could go wrong…

    Yep. Practice run to check security.

    No chance. Terrorists don’t do practice runs with a toy gun that alerts security. It was more likely a set-up, and she probably isn’t even a muslim.

  79. zyconoclast

    A real vote winner?

    A leader of House Republican moderates said Thursday that a tentative deal with conservatives was being discussed to help young “Dreamer” immigrants stay in the U.S. legally. Conservatives said later that no agreement has been reached, underscoring how elusive it has been for the GOP to resolve its long-running schism over the issue.

    The proposal was described the same day that House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., said leaders will craft an attempt at compromise on the issue that Republicans could embrace and vote on soon. Ryan is hoping an accord would derail threats by the GOP centrists to force a series of votes on immigration this month that leaders say would be divisive and damage the party’s electoral prospects in November.

  80. Gab

    thefrollickingmole
    #2731584, posted on June 8, 2018 at 5:46 pm
    Might the left worm be turning just a little??

    Amazed to see this report.
    https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2018/jun/08/the-unspeakable-truth-about-slavery-in-mauritania

    Were the words muslim or islam mentioned in that story? Of course not/

  81. Australian scientists taught bees the concept of zero

    These bees are smarter than the Greeks and Romans.

  82. Entropy;
    The North Coast of NSW councils tried a version of this some twenty years ago. Essentially, if you had a tree that had been seen to be harboring a Koala once, that tree and fifty meters around it became Koala Protected.
    Of course the obvious happened – wild dogs killed the koalas in their hundreds. Naturalmont, the dogs ate the koalas and any evidence that the koala had been on the ground instead of in the trees, like b*l*et holes, became puppy coprolites.
    Greenies are so bloody stupid – they have no idea how the real world works, but they become nasty and unbelievably vindictive when people refuse to treat them as the smartest people in the room.

  83. Empire 5:5

    Other most despicable atrocities include: The “castration” of the former Afghan president, Najibullah in 1996. The Taliban “dragged his body behind a jeep for several rounds of the palace and then shot him dead”.

    And then we breached the peace.

  84. Gab

    Religion
    Mauritania Religions[54]
    Islam

    99%
    Christianity

    1%
    Further information: Religion in Mauritania

    Camel market in Nouakchott
    Mauritania is nearly 100% Muslim, with most inhabitants adhering to the Sunni denomination.[55] The Sufi orders, the Tijaniyah and the Qadiriyyah, have great influence not only in the country, but in Morocco, Algeria, Senegal and other neighborhood countries as well. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Nouakchott, founded in 1965, serves the 4,500 Catholics in Mauritania (mostly foreign residents from West Africa and Europe). There are extreme restrictions on freedom of religion and belief in Mauritania; it is one of thirteen countries in the world which punishes atheism by death.[56] On 27 April 2018, The National Assembly passed a law that makes the death penalty mandatory for anyone convicted of “blasphemous speech” and acts deemed “sacrilegious”. The new law eliminates the possibility under article 306 of substituting prison terms for the death penalty for certain apostasy-related crimes if the offender promptly repents. The law also provides for a sentence of up to two years in prison and a fine of up to 600,000 Ouguiyas (approximately EUR 13,804) for “offending public indecency and Islamic values” and for “breaching Allah’s prohibitions” or assisting in their breach.[57]

    Fabulous religion you’ve got there.

  85. Gab

    No idea why there’s a 99% Christianity at the top of that excerpt from Wiki as it doesn’t appear on the WIKI pagfe.

  86. zyconoclast

    Islam deepens its claws into England

    The perpetrators are always described as “Asian men.” They always belong to the religion-that-shall-not-be-named. This is akin to saying “She has a sickness” instead of identifying a disease as cancer. You can’t treat something you cannot properly identify. It’s even worse if you choose not to properly diagnose the problem. It’s negligence.

    It seems there is something that Brits fear more than death.

    It’s being called a racist (even though Islam is not a race). It’s being politically incorrect.

    They fear that more than death itself. They fear that more than they fear for the welfare of their children and their families. England is now on the edge of becoming a fascist state in order to maintain the status quo. It is tragic to think that Brits will go on in denial until they have lost their country. I have many friends in England and they are nearly all in denial.

    England is dead.

  87. Cactus

    Just arrived in Singapore. What a marvelous place. There is an energy here, people working hard, just want to trade and make money. Stuff is just seamless and works. The drive in from Changi is beautiful, flowers, palm trees. Lot to learn from these guys.

  88. nemkat

    Empire 5:5
    #2731713
    Other most despicable atrocities include: The “castration” of the former Afghan president, Najibullah in 1996. The Taliban “dragged his body behind a jeep for several rounds of the palace and then shot him dead”.

    And then we breached the peace.
    That’s right, we breached the peace.
    Najibullah was a communist puppet installed by the Soviets in the 80s.
    The Country had been at peace for 5 or 6 years when we rocked up.

  89. You really do know fuck all about the military don’t you?

    Nemkat is working overtime to prove he’s currently the most ignorant fvckwit around.
    Ongoing Aboriginal genocide? Yeah, right.
    Not even worth responding to.

  90. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Just arrived in Singapore. What a marvelous place

    One of my favourite cities.

  91. nemkat

    Older Cats will remember President Monroe founding Liberia for American Blacks who hankered for the Old Country, but how many remember the British expatriating their lazy, criminal Black underclass to Sierra Leone?

  92. calli

    a fine of up to 600,000 Ouguiyas (approximately EUR 13,804) for “offending public indecency and Islamic values”

    Fabulous typo. And yes, it is indecent.

  93. HB Bear;

    nemsock has really upped his game. Bringing a special breed of idiocy tonight.

    Nemsock, or as he stylyes itself – the Cat Nemesis – is just doing what it does best – being quiet and agreeable during the week, the firing up for the weekend.
    Lefties think we all have the same memory span as they do.

  94. stackja

    Lawyers should join front soldiers to advise on legality of any action. Probably dangerous. Of course lawyers will accept these perils in the interest of their profession.

  95. Memory Vault:

    Open heart surgery – twice.

    Did you get them to do under local anaesthetic so you could watch?
    Get a video?

  96. Frank

    MV, the ongoing Aboriginal genocide is an article of faith in the fever swamps of the lunar left. It ties in with Abbott being a fascist somehow.

  97. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    More White LGBTQ Candidates Won’t Help All Queer People Get Free

    get free what? I’d like free stuff too. what is she smoking anyway?

  98. Gab

    Trumpo really has set the standard for combating the lying media:

    Donald J. Trump

    Verified account

    @realDonaldTrump
    5m5 minutes ago
    More
    Canada charges the U.S. a 270% tariff on Dairy Products! They didn’t tell you that, did they? Not fair to our farmers!

  99. Snoopy

    Open heart surgery – twice.

    Once to confirm the existence of a heart?

    ☺️

  100. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Lawyers should join front soldiers to advise on legality of any action. Probably dangerous. Of course lawyers will accept these perils in the interest of their profession.

    Have you seen the new Table of Organization and Establishment for an Infantry battalion? Each Administrative company will have a legal platoon. They will detach three lawyers to each company, with a legal section attached to BHQ.

  101. Empire 5:5

    More evidence of peaceful Afghanistan 1996-2001.

    .. massacre of 8000 Shia Hazaras and Sunni Uzbeks by (Takfiri Deobandi) Taliban in the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif in August 1998 – After the capture of Mazar-i-Sharif in 1998 the Taliban indulged in the “frenzied killing of shop owners, cart pullers, women and children shoppers”. Women and girls were raped, and thousands of civilians, mainly ethnic Hazaras, were massacred.; murder of 26 Ismaili Shias by Taliban in May 2000 at Robatak Pass, mass execution of Shia Hazara people in Yakawlang District of Bamyan province in January 2001 – The public execution in Yakaolang of at least 170 civilians, mainly from humanitarian organisations. “According to Amnesty International, eyewitnesses reported the deliberate killing of dozens of civilians hiding in a mosque.”; murder of 10 Iranian diplomats in Mazar-e-Sharif in August 1998. In 1998, the United Nations accused the Taliban of denying emergency food by the UN’s World Food Programme to 160,000 hungry and starving people (most of whom were Hazaras and Tajiks) “for political and military reasons”. The UN said the Taliban were starving people for their military agenda and using humanitarian assistance as a weapon of war.

    The commie shill claims compassion for Aboriginal kids upthread, then demonstrates complete indifference to the suffering of innocents.

    A totally fake and gay monumental lying bullshit artist of zero value to humanity.

  102. Zyconoclast;

    Mori suggests that this bias may be the product of the “media in which whites are used ‘for delivering a good message.’ “

    Does Hiroshima and Nagasaki count in this good message delivering?

  103. Boambee John

    areff
    #2731689, posted on June 8, 2018 at 7:37 pm
    F***wittery cubed tonight.

    You find me someone prepared to state that they should’ve been removed from their parents and given to strangers. That person doesn’t exist.

    I assume the stupid comment in Italics came from one of the trolls.

    I met such a person in Alice Springs 15 years ago. He described himself as one of the “Rescued Generation”, commenting that his non-rescued siblings were all long dead.

  104. calli

    Lefties think we all have the same memory span as they do.

    Different person?

  105. Calli, no. It’s the same old Nemkat. It’s using the same old routine. Pretend all week to be a reasonable human being then wind up the idiots on the Cat who cannot resist screaming at it for being noisy.
    With that, I’m off to a good book.
    Good night.

  106. Now this is real comedy

    From the Carol Burnett show;

    Elephants.

  107. Boambee John

    stackja
    #2731725, posted on June 8, 2018 at 8:19 pm
    Lawyers should join front soldiers to advise on legality of any action. Probably dangerous. Of course lawyers will accept these perils in the interest of their profession.

    Bugger “advise”, put the lawyer in command, with full responsibility for the outcome.

    Watch the legal “interpretations” change then.

  108. nemkat

    A totally fake and gay monumental lying bullshit artist of zero value to humanity.

    You may be being a tad hard on yourself there, Empire 5:5, but who am I to Argue?
    NB: Even your own Trotskyite propaganda doesn’t support discord in Afghanistan after 1998.
    So, what were we doing there in 2002?

  109. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    With that, I’m off to a good book.
    Good night.

    I’m looking at a large single malt, and Tim Lynch’s “Operation Market Garden – The Legend of the Waal Crossing.” Essential reading for anyone with an interest in the Battle for Arnhem, and pulls to pieces the story of “the British tanks stopping for tea in Nijmegen.”

  110. Some History

    Shorten is one of those people who rise to the top in society, but they rise to the very top in morally bankrupt ones.

    Remember this from “back in the day”:

    Politics is like a septic tank: All the big chunks float to the top.

  111. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    Tomago Aluminium hits out after AGL power shortage causes problems

    AGL had earlier explained that the power shortage was caused by a loss of units at its Bayswater and Liddell power stations as well as a shutdown at Vales Point – owned by another company – and difficulties obtaining extra power from Victoria.

    But in a written statement issued early on Friday afternoon, Tomago chief executive Mark Howell put his concerns on the record, saying the grid was “at a crisis point”, saying a “once affordable and reliable energy system had been degraded”.

    RTWT

  112. Snoopy

    Oh dear! The Senate Intelligence Committee’s director of security James Wolfe has been indicted on three counts. Apparently leaking classified information to the journalist you are rooting and then lying about it is not a good idea in Trump’s Amerikka. Especially when patriot FBI agents have the girlfriend’s phone records.

    The information from the leaks won a job at the NYT for the now ex girlfriend and the prospect of an orange jumpsuit for the career intelligence officer.

  113. Snoopy

    The fact that James Wolf hasn’t been indicted for leaking classified information indicates that a plea deal has been struck and that he’s been turned and is singing loudly.

    Democrat and NeverTrump GOP members of the committee may be experiencing a bit of sphincter twitching.

  114. rickw

    Just arrived in Singapore. What a marvelous place. There is an energy here, people working hard, just want to trade and make money. Stuff is just seamless and works. The drive in from Changi is beautiful, flowers, palm trees. Lot to learn from these guys.

    Australia could be 10 times as good if it wasn’t run by retarded communists.

  115. rickw

    England is dead.

    A light had been snuffed out.

  116. Snoopy

    Tick, tock, tick, tock.

    #Winning

  117. Empire 5:5

    murder of 26 Ismaili Shias by Taliban in May 2000 at Robatak Pass, mass execution of Shia Hazara people in Yakawlang District of Bamyan province in January 2001

    Quoted one more time for the illiterate liar who changed its story when its bullshit spectacularly failed to hold up under scrutiny, then doubled down and lied some more, for reasons no normal person can comprehend.

  118. egg_

    Tomago Aluminium hits out after AGL power shortage causes problems

    Baseball bats for that Ginger cuck in AGL’s ads.

  119. Rae

    The fact that James Wolf hasn’t been indicted for leaking classified information indicates that a plea deal has been struck and that he’s been turned and is singing loudly.

    More likely it indicates that the indictments are a nothingburger and he is not singing anything, except maybe to his lawyer.

  120. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Daily Mail’s running with the story. Jacob Zuma’s in the dock, at long last.

  121. Bruce in WA

    We’re buggered.

    No, it’s not a joke.

  122. Snoopy

    Happy birthday Mr President…

    Inspector General Horowitz sent a letter to Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley on Thursday revealing he will be releasing his much-anticipated report on the FBI’s (mis)handling of Hillary’s email investigation on June 14th.

    June 14th is President Donald J. Trump’s birthday.

  123. Boambee John

    Where is m0nty the poo blogger?

    What is the chatter on lefty blogs about McCabe and now Wolfe potentially rolling over? Is this the beginning of the end for Trump?

  124. rickw

    A recent study of implicit bias by Matsumoto University psychologist Kazuo Mori notes that Japanese have an implicit bias against blacks, concluding that “Japanese participants showed an implicit preference for ‘white people’ over ‘black people.’ ” Mori suggests that this bias may be the product of the “media in which whites are used ‘for delivering a good message.’ “

    I was just sitting in a bar where they had the usual endless loop of “funny” videos on.

    Guy creeps up behind old Japanese lady wearing an iron man mask, tries to scare her, no reaction. Gigs up, takes off mask, he’s black, old Japanese lady craps herself and exits stage right at high speed.

    Robbing, raping and murdering people at an above average rate will get your skin tone a bad reputation.

    Having rode plenty of elevators with Japanese families over the last couple of days, most parents make a point of getting their kids to say hello and goodbye to the white guy.

  125. Empire 5:5

    What is the chatter on lefty blogs about McCabe and now Wolfe potentially rolling over? Is this the beginning of the end for Trump?

    Apparently McCabe was comp’ed by a white supremacist honeypot involving a donkey, a jar of peanut butter and a genuine vintage collectable 8mm motion film camera.

  126. rickw

    Tomago Aluminium hits out after AGL power shortage causes problems

    What’s this “Aluminium”?!

    This is third world Australia, we’ve got loads of sticks, dirt and shit, who needs anything else?!

  127. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    Just arrived in Singapore. What a marvelous place. There is an energy here, people working hard, just want to trade and make money. Stuff is just seamless and works. The drive in from Changi is beautiful, flowers, palm trees. Lot to learn from these guys.

    we should switch to a benevolent dictatorship?

  128. Nick

    Anthony Bourdain, chef, dead by suicide, aged 61

  129. cohenite

    We’re buggered.

    No, it’s not a joke.

    Betty is still going strong:

  130. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    Apparently McCabe was comp’ed by a white supremacist honeypot involving a donkey, a jar of peanut butter and a genuine vintage collectable 8mm motion film camera.

    kompromat blowback

  131. Infidel Tiger

    Anthony Bourdain brown bread.

    Wow. Suicide apparently.

  132. Snoopy

    Anthony Bourdain brown bread.

    Wow. Suicide apparently.

    Working for CNN can do that.

  133. Empire 5:5

    kompromat blowback

    The peanut butter was Russian?

  134. None

    A high-powered panel has been appointed to steer the creation of a “unified national brand” for Australia and includes Fortescue Metals’ Andrew Forrest, Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce, Australia Post’s Christine Holgate and Atlassian founder Mike Cannon-Brookes.

    Huh? Who appointed them? We already have such a panel and it’s called the Australian parliament. And why the hell is there an Irishman and a newly arrived American on that panel?

  135. Infidel Tiger

    Don’t tell me this wasn’t #Metoo related. His girlfriend Asia Argento has killed him.

    He was one of the few lefties I liked.

  136. Fisky

    Kurt Schlichter

    @KurtSchlichter

    GOP: “Wow, President Trump is making unprecedented outreach to black voters through his economic policies and his pardons. This could have profound implications for the midterms . I know. Let’s follow up on this success by alienating our original base by pushing amnesty again.”

  137. Snoopy

    His girlfriend Asia Argento has killed him.

    Photos of her on Google appear to document a descent into madness. Drug assisted?

  138. None

    Nemsock, or as he stylyes itself – the Cat Nemesis – is just doing what it does best – being quiet and agreeable during the week, the firing up for the weekend.

    So stealing his (her?) boss’s time and resources to play here during the week and then going full fwit on the weekend because he has no friends or social life.

  139. Pedro the Ignorant

    Anthony Bourdain, chef, dead by suicide, aged 61

    That is very sad news. I have loved his shows for years, despite his lefty tendencies, the New York tough guy persona always shone through.

    Bourdain’s No Reservations and Parts Unknown were among the best foody/travelogue shows on the box. He poked his nose into places most “celebrities” would never tread and was an unashamed lover of street food around the world.

    World is a little poorer tonight.

  140. None

    Aren’t the accusations against the SAS “unverifiable”

    yep and they’re only put there to cover for all of the left he boilerplate about gender equity and domestic violence and f****** crap like that. That reported that women couldn’t given a s*** about the ADF it is just another means to introduce then Marxist ideology into our Armed Forces. The cross-eyed one will not be able to resist this only popular outcry and threats of un electing parliamentarians will. I’m also starting to think that there should be public scrutiny of our public service with the ability to fire bad APS Chiefs who allow Lefty mongrels to run rampant within their organisations. The public service really is a fifth column.

  141. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    Anthony Bourdain, chef, dead by suicide, aged 61

    sad

  142. Winston Smith #2731596, posted on June 8, 2018 at 6:02 pm
    A lack of basic seamanship knowledge is the reason that USN ships keep running into hard stuff. It would appear the bridge on a ship is overmanned and the people at the top don’t know what the fuck is happening. The British manning on a bridge is about 20% of that in the USN, but the US won’t back down on the excessively managed junior ranks who are doing the work.

    Winston, it may interest you to see this excerpt from my written preferences on who to not hire:

    Quebeckers, Belgians, Vegans, Anyone aged under 25, Born again Christians from Asia, French with trade skills, Single Canadian females, Israelis, Anyone who has served in the US Navy, Americans from a racial minority (excepting black), Anyone with a background in social work justice or law, anyone with a hairstyle like a Rooster.

  143. Nick

    I know people who knew him, it’s a loss. As Pedro said, his travelogues were great.

  144. rickw

    Anthony Bourdain, chef, dead by suicide, aged 61

    Not good.

  145. Snoopy

    Winston Smith #2731596, posted on June 8, 2018 at 6:02 pm
    A lack of basic seamanship knowledge is the reason that USN ships keep running into hard stuff. It would appear the bridge on a ship is overmanned and the people at the top don’t know what the fuck is happening.

    That’s to be expected when the ship’s captain spent the previous 10 years driving a desk at the Pentagon.

  146. rickw

    Winston, it may interest you to see this excerpt from my written preferences on who to not hire:

    Please provide the stories behind the rankings!!

  147. Infidel Tiger

    Bourdain’s books about cheffing are must reads.

    Very fucking sad. Why give up smoking whiche loved and then top yourself a few years later? People are fucked.

  148. zyconoclast

    Anthony Bourdain, chef, dead by suicide

    He must have eaten one too many crap, third world dinners then claim it was a delicacy.

  149. John Constantine

    https://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20180608/pdf/43vngb6cmmyz67.pdf

    RDF redflex, sold out of these years ago but still watch.

    the interesting thing is how they suggest letting Skynet run our roads can produce efficiencies.

    the concern is that even going full Skynet can only cope with at best two years population Ponzi increase in the population of the soviet socialist republic of yarragrad. [ full documented plus rorts plus undocumented]

  150. None

    Wow. Anthony Bourdain. Just goes to show how irrational suicide is.

  151. Confused Old Misfit

    Quebeckers, … Single Canadian females,

    Serena at the Pub: You’ve just eliminated 2/3 of all Canadians! Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

    And single Canadian females aren’t so bad once you’ve married them!

  152. Please provide the stories behind the rankings!!

    To oversimplify an answer:
    They won’t do any work.

  153. Infidel Tiger

    The Spectator Index
    @spectatorindex

    BREAKING: Trump says he may pardon Muhammad Ali

    My Nigga! Black wave in November!

  154. zyconoclast

    A high-powered panel has been appointed to steer the creation of a “unified national brand” for Australia and includes Fortescue Metals’ Andrew Forrest, Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce, Australia Post’s Christine Holgate and Atlassian founder Mike Cannon-Brookes.

    What no Dylan Voller? Sqalid Ali?

  155. calli

    Just goes to show how irrational suicide is.

    Hackneyed I know.

    A permanent solution to a temporary problem.

  156. Top Ender

    Hmmm, from the above:

    Most Civilised, Sensible, and Attractive Countries for Cats and Kittehs to Live In:

    1) Singapore
    2) Japan
    3) um……

  157. Nick

    Nah Gab, it’s going to the (Chinese) dogs.

  158. Snoopy

    BREAKING: Trump says he may pardon Muhammad Ali

    That would do Farrakhan’s head in.

  159. Old School Conservative

    I am absolutely shocked and dismayed to read that the ABC lied when they denied a producer had cancelled a Chinese human rights activist’s interview over her “affiliations”.
    Anastasia Lin has a recording of the ABC producer explaining to Ms Lin’s representative why the interview would not go ahead.

    Sprung, the kids would say.

  160. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Most Civilised, Sensible, and Attractive Countries for Cats and Kittehs to Live In:

    Oban, Scotland, with the Tobermorey whisky distillery a ferry ride across the water.

  161. Gab

    BREAKING: Trump says he may pardon Muhammad Ali

    Pardon him for what?

  162. zyconoclast

    Hmmm, from the above:

    Most Civilised, Sensible, and Attractive Countries for Cats and Kittehs to Live In:

    1) Singapore
    2) Japan
    3) um……

    3) Taiwan

  163. JC

    Gab
    #2731815, posted on June 8, 2018 at 10:38 pm

    BREAKING: Trump says he may pardon Muhammad Ali

    Pardon him for what?

    He flaked Vietnam. I think it’s a terrible idea. What about the other dodgers?

    Horrible idea.

    It may win a few plaudits though.

  164. Gab

    Can’t be for that, JC. That conviction was overturned in 1970

  165. JC

    CNN’s Anthony Bourdain dead at 61

    Drudge’s lead.

    BOURDAIN HANGS SELF IN HOTEL

    I can’t forget the crap I once saw him eat. He was eating sparrows or some tiny bird in in Cambodia. Reckons it didn’t taste very nice. I bet it didn’t. It was the whole bird bones and all!

  166. JC

    Can’t be for that, JC. That conviction was overturned in 1970

    Really? Then it must be for robbery or something like that when he was a kid.

    It also may have something to do with the way the conviction was overturned still leaving a mark beside his name.

    I really can’t be bothered looking it up.

  167. Top Ender

    Most Civilised, Sensible, and Attractive Countries for Cats and Kittehs to Live In:

    1) Singapore
    2) Japan
    3) France – great food; too many muzzy terrorists? Taxes mmmm?
    4) Middle East – hahahahahahaha
    5) Africa. Don’t be silly boy.
    6) USA. Tempting in some places.
    7) South America. Hate Argies. Know little of the rest of it except some obviously loonie places.
    8) Africa. You weird twisted child. Go and sit in the corner.
    9) Rest of Europe. Dunno. Lovely architecture and museums but who wants to be overrun by swarms of Africa’s rejects.
    10) NZ. Like going back in time 50 years. Then again…

  168. JC

    Now this should be a really good story.

    Americans’ Wealth Surpasses $100 Trillion
    Americans’ wealth surpassed the $100 trillion mark for the first time in early 2018, as rising home prices offset the hit to households’ assets from a stock-market swoon in the first quarter.

    Now watch the left twist this around by saying inaqualidy increased during the Trump year and a bit. Fucking arseholes.

  169. Infidel Tiger

    I can’t forget the crap I once saw him eat. He was eating sparrows or some tiny bird in in Cambodia. Reckons it didn’t taste very nice. I bet it didn’t. It was the whole bird bones and all!

    He loved experiencing different cultures but never pretended the cuisine they made him eat was tasty. He was especially brutal about basic barbarian cultures and their “lamb” dishes.

    His death is a cautionary tale for the malaise of the unhinged western leftist. Without something to centre us, we are all fucked no matter our wealth and fame.

  170. Infidel Tiger

    Trump must pardon Mike Tyson.

    (Call me, Don. I have many more ideas)

  171. JC

    Artiste
    Bourdain was interesting at times but I have to say, I really lost respect for him with the way he kept marrying Italian scrags who continually cheated on him. I think there were two. Making it worse he seemed to forgive them too.

  172. DrBeauGan

    There’s got to be something seriously wrong with a bloke who goes around with that Asia pacific chick or whatever she’s called. The expression hard faced bitch comes to mind.

  173. JC

    He’s going to fuck Europe now fresh from a fight with China.

    Futures Slump on G-7-Trump Drama

    Look at this shit. Trump is going in hard against Canada, France and the G-7. He’s bring the trade war from Asia all the way back home and now over the Atlantic to the faggots residing in Paris.

    I bet he hates Canada because of the woman PM, Justine Trudeau.

    This is the most entertaining presidency ever!

    Trump is God.

  174. JC

    God is angry this morning, my friends.

    Donald J. Trump
    ‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump

    I am heading for Canada and the G-7 for talks that will mostly center on the long time unfair trade practiced against the United States. From there I go to Singapore and talks with North Korea on Denuclearization. Won’t be talking about the Russian Witch Hunt Hoax for a while!

    Donald J. Trump
    ‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump

    Looking forward to straightening out unfair Trade Deals with the G-7 countries. If it doesn’t happen, we come out even better!

    Donald J. Trump
    ‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump

    Canada charges the U.S. a 270% tariff on Dairy Products! They didn’t tell you that, did they? Not fair to our farmers!

    Donald J. Trump
    ‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
    3h3 hours ago

    Obama, Schumer and Pelosi did NOTHING about North Korea, and now weak on Crime, High Tax Schumer is telling me what to do at the Summit the Dems could never set up. Schumer failed with North Korea and Iran, we don’t need his advice!

  175. Snoopy

    Infidel Tiger
    #2731827, posted on June 8, 2018 at 10:57 pm
    Trump must pardon Mike Tyson.

    (Call me, Don. I have many more ideas)

    Once again Trump is way ahead of you.

    When Mike Tyson was convicted of rape, Donald Trump came to his defense

  176. Mindfree

    Bourdain dead – good

    This is the guy who wanted to cook for Trump so he could poison him – he was also an Obama loving dick

    Fuck him – he’s dead – best place for him

  177. None

    Maybehe is pardoning Muhammad Ali for beating George Foreman. Offer converting to some whack job version of Islam.

  178. Leigh Lowe

    Breaking.
    Donald is thinking about Charlie Manson and the Boston strangler.

  179. None

    His death is a cautionary tale for the malaise of the unhinged western leftist. Without something to centre us, we are all fucked no matter our wealth and fame.

    I travel the world and eat things. Suicided in France. He was probably looking forward to some fine French cuisine and champagne and only found felafel and tea.

  180. Gab

    Trump backs Russia joining the G7.

    Bwahahahaha!

  181. JC

    Bourdain married his high school girlfriend, Nancy Putkoski, in 1985, and they remained together for two decades, divorcing in 2005.[73] On April 20, 2007 he married Ottavia Busia. Together, they have a daughter, Ariane, born in 2007.[74][75] Busia appeared in several episodes of No Reservations—notably the ones in Sardinia (her birthplace), Tuscany (in which she plays a disgruntled Italian diner), Rome, Rio de Janeiro, and Naples. The couple divorced amicably in 2016;[76][77] Bourdain noted that having to be away from his wife and child for about 250 days a year working on his television shows became a strain. In 2017, he began dating Italian actress Asia Argento, whom he met when she appeared on the Rome episode of Parts Unknown.[

    I think Berlusconi was once banging Argento. She also was one of the women who started off the #metoo thing against big fat Harvey. She accused BFH of raping her in his room.

  182. egg_

    Trump backs Russia joining the G7.

    Aunty will do an Exorcist fit.

  183. Ubique

    President Trump fires some facts into a heretofore fact-free furore:

    “Please tell Prime Minister Trudeau and President Macron that they are charging the U.S. massive tariffs and create non-monetary barriers. The EU trade surplus with the U.S. is $151 Billion, and Canada keeps our farmers and others out. Look forward to seeing them tomorrow.”

    President Trump trolls like a boss.

  184. jupes

    Say goodbye to the SAS, folks. One of the greatest martial brotherhoods on earth. It’s done.

    It is now obvious that the emasculation and / or destruction is exactly what the ADF top brass want.

    Otherwise why they employ a feminist to write a report on them, and then use that report as the catalyst for a legal inquiry? Seriously why else would they do that?

    The man-hating bint had already been paid millions to write reports emasculating the military, so when she was contracted to write a report on the SAS, she knew exactly what was expected of her. Funnily enough she wanted the gravy train to continue so wrote the report she was (over) paid to write.

    In a sane society everyone involved in this travesty should spend the rest of their lives in jail.

  185. JC

    About Bourdain.

    He reported on Brexit, on Erdogan, on Putin, on Libya, on Iraqi Kurdistan. At the height of Trump’s campaign he did a whole episode on immigrant communities in Houston. He celebrated Rome’s working class suburbs with Asia Argento. He was always respectful, never exploitative.

    Except when he wasn’t.

    Langdale.ca

    @langdaleca

    Langdale.ca Retweeted David Klion

    🔥

    He was always respectful, like when he suggested he would kill @realDonaldTrump with poisoning?

  186. JC

    Wow. Just wow. We really don’t know much, although some of us pretend to.

    Landmark new research that involves analyzing millions of DNA barcodes has debunked much about what we know today about the evolution of species.

    In a massive genetic study, senior research associate at the Program for the Human Environment at Rockefeller University Mark Stoeckle and University of Basel geneticist David Thaler discovered that virtually 90 percent of all animals on Earth appeared at right around the same time.

    More specifically, they found out that 9 out of 10 animal species on the planet came to being at the same time as humans did some 100,000 to 200,000 years ago.

    “This conclusion is very surprising,” says Thaler, “and I fought against it as hard as I could.”

    It doesn’t counter evolution, but it sure raises questions.

  187. Ubique

    Oban, Scotland, with the Tobermorey whisky distillery a ferry ride across the water.

    The UK seventy-six percent tax rate on Scotch whisky is a crime against humanity.

  188. Infidel Tiger

    He was always respectful, like when he suggested he would kill @realDonaldTrump with poisoning?

    Big fucking deal.

    If you want to limit yourself to puritans and right speak Nancies, you’ll experience nothing of life and cry yourself to sleep each night listening to Richard Clayderman and the Vienna Boys Choir. Great artists, but a but a bit limited.

  189. Snoopy

    It doesn’t counter evolution, but it sure raises questions.

    It doesn’t raise any questions for me. In fact it supports evolutionary theory.

  190. Mindfree

    Bad luck IT

    The Xunt’s dead – good

  191. Fisky

    In a massive genetic study, senior research associate at the Program for the Human Environment at Rockefeller University Mark Stoeckle and University of Basel geneticist David Thaler discovered that virtually 90 percent of all animals on Earth appeared at right around the same time.

    This gives strong support for Bird’s aquatic ape theory.

  192. Cactus

    Anthony Bourdain is very sad news. One of the only celebrity deaths that has actually moved me. I watched all his shows. I really liked how he loved to drink and didnt try to sanitise his shows at all. I dont have much interest in Michelin star restaurants, and while he did do that, he also ate a lot of street food and local stuff and showed reverence towards it. He would go to a place like Prague and find a Korean Pho place. Eat hotdogs at 3 in the morning and smashing a beer. He more than anyone else on TV looked like someone who would always be fun to hang out with. Im not surprised he topped himself though. There was always a dark edge to him, and he appear prone to cave to addictions.

    Firat celeb death that makes me feel like I have lost something.

  193. Cactus

    Also on Anthony Bourdain, some are having a go at him being a lefty. Good luck enjoying TV, movies, art, music if you scratch off lefties.

    I am reminded of my mate who i was godfather for. He warned me in jest that i would have to reject satan and all his works. He said the troubling thing is Hell has better music…

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