Monday Forum: November 12, 2018

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  1. Nelson Kidd-Players

    Oh, so this is where we should be.

  2. Carpe Jugulum

    Still has that new car 🚗 smell

  3. Nelson Kidd-Players

    As everyone scrambles to the new thread…

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Nebe1zuEtbc

  4. Nelson Kidd-Players

    Damn, you’ll just have to open the clip in a new window.

  5. Oh crap.
    I’ll come back later for another attempt at Consecutive Catallaxy Files.

  6. TheSemiMentalBloke

    In for the dozen.

  7. calli

    You are a man of few words, Nelson.

    Let me help. 😀

  8. Roger

    Terrorist’s family attempting mental health diversion.

    How many times does this script have to play out before the media learns?

  9. ian3029

    In case Tom missed it.

    Herald Sun actually stopped updating his gallery online about a year ago.

    Tom,
    You keep saying this.
    I have an online account with the Hun and clicking on the cartoon on the opinion page, I can access his cartoons back to October 19.

  10. Speedbox

    Terrorist’s family attempting mental health diversion.

    How many times does this script have to play out before the media learns?

    Yeah, saw that. What a crock. His only mental health issue were his Islamic beliefs and correspondingly that we infidels are unworthy of life.

  11. Tom,
    You keep saying this.
    I have an online account with the Hun and clicking on the cartoon on the opinion page, I can access his cartoons back to October 19.

    So you’re saying the one thing Tom is useful for at the Cat, the only reason anyone reads any of his posts… he’s actually pretty crap at it?

  12. Tom

    Thanks, Ian, at 10.49am. My point is that you can’t access Knight’s cartoons unless you’re on the staff — or have a subscription that allows you to access the digital edition of the paper.

  13. Confused Old Misfit

    IT’s So Cold In Texas That Sea Turtles Are Freezing In The Ocean
    “The data doesn’t matter. We’re not basing our recommendations
    on the data. We’re basing them on the climate models.”
    – Prof. Chris Folland,
    Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research

    “We’ve got to ride this global warming issue.
    Even if the theory of global warming is wrong,
    we will be doing the right thing in terms of
    economic and environmental policy.“
    – Timothy Wirth,
    President of the UN Foundation

    “Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?” – Maurice Strong, founder of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP)
    Just in case anyone has let this slip their mind.

  14. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Peter Dutton says judicial appointments, soft sentencing contributed to spate of public attacks in Victoria

    Samantha Hutchinson
    Victorian State Political Writer
    Richard Ferguson
    Reporter
    @RichAFerguson
    3 minutes ago November 12, 2018

    Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has dropped a bomb on Victoria’s judiciary in a discussion about Friday’s Bourke Street terror attack, citing judicial appointments and soft sentencing as factors which have contributed to a spate of public attacks in the state.

    Mr Dutton told 3AW’s Neil Mitchell that the federal government was making it harder to get Australian citizenship in a bid to improve national security and was also stepping up efforts to deport visa holders and dual citizens suspected to have terror links.

    But his most strident comments were saved for the Victorian judiciary and Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews, who he named when asked why the state had seen a higher incidence of car attacks and terror plots than other states.

    “Frankly I think we’ve got some problems in Victoria,” Mr Dutton said, calling out “judicial appointments” as well soft sentences, which he said weren’t providing an adequate deterrent to criminals.

    He also accused Mr Andrews of talking tough on law and order and sentencing during the state election campaign, but having spent the prior three-and-a-half years not going hard enough on repeat offenders and violent criminals.

    “We see a situation where people are given suspended sentences or no deterrent,” Mr Dutton said.

    Mr Dutton’s comments came four days after the terror attack on Bourke Street in which well-known cafe owner Sisto Malaspina was killed and two others were stabbed in a frightening incident that also involved a flaming ute.

    The attacker, Hassan Khalif Shire Ali, was known to state and federal police and was being monitored as part of a federal watch list when he committed the attack, but was able to evade detection when he bought the knife and gas bottles used.

    Mr Dutton said the unsophisticated nature of the attack illustrated why it was incumbent on the Muslim community to come forward with information they might have regarding individuals acting alone who might have become radicalised.

    He urged the community to do “even more than what they are doing now” sharing information with police.

    From the Oz. Has there ever been a terrorist attack, foiled because of information provided by the Muslim community?

  15. Bruce of Newcastle

    Lefty government is cruel says the UN.

    UN expert: San Francisco’s homelessness crisis is a human rights violation and suggests ‘a cruelty that is unsurpassed’

    From the linked story:

    • Conditions for homeless residents in San Francisco are among the worst in the world, with many living in crowded camps filled with trash, faeces, and discarded needles.
    • In September, United Nations Special Rapporteur Leilani Farha released a report calling the crisis a “human rights violation.”
    • Business Insider spoke with Farha about the root causes of homelessness – and what she sees as the most viable solutions.
    • Farha doubled down on her previous comments, arguing that San Francisco’s homelessness crisis suggests a “cruelty that is unsurpassed.”

    Normally you’d think this would get the UN rapporteur, a Ms Leilani Farha, into terrible trouble. She evades this neatly by criticising the lefty San Fran city authorities from the left. There’s always room in the spectrum to be leftier than thou.

    Meanwhile…

    San Francisco Forces Large Corporations To Pay “Homeless Tax”

    An excellent way to fix the homelessness crisis is to force all businesses to flee and thus make everyone in the city unable to afford housing. If everyone is homeless the proponents of socialism will have finally achieved equality!

  16. Roger

    Morrison: “Let the states set migrant intake.”

    What a cloth eared idiot he is.

  17. Confused Old Misfit

    Has there ever been a terrorist attack, foiled because of information provided by the Muslim community?

    But, if this has happened, would it not be rank folly for it to be publicly admitted?
    If, as I suspect is unlikely, there is a segment of the Umma that has integrated sufficiently to appreciate the society to which they are attached I can’t think they would want acknowledgement of cooperation admitted.
    Nevertheless, I suspect that any cooperation that there has been has been one faction using the authorities against another faction, all in the service of their own, not Australia’s, Islamic objectives.

  18. areff

    The latest press release from Victoria University just arrived. Shocking news: diabetes is homophobic.

    I kid you not.
    _________________________

    GAY MEN AND TYPE 2 DIABETES: WORLD DIABETES DAY, WEDNESDAY, 14 NOVEMBER, 2018

    Victoria University researcher Edwin Pascoe has conducted Australia’s first study of gay men with type 2 diabetes and discovered that sexuality can impact diagnosis and treatment.
    In 2016 Edwin conducted 250 online surveys followed by 12 interviews to identify areas that needed to be addressed when planning diabetes care for Australia’s gay men. “We know that when health-care targets the individual, we have better outcomes”, says Edwin Pascoe.

    Creating an environment where people feel comfortable talking about their sexual orientation allows health practitioners to explore appropriate ways of addressing the patients’ diabetes needs.

    The research, reveals some gay men are not getting the chance to explore their diabetes in context. While health-care professionals make a point of treating everyone ‘the same’ — this approach can become a barrier if some topics are avoided.

    As registered nurse and credentialed diabetes educator in Victoria, Edwin noticed that gay men diagnosed with type 2 diabetes had factors known to reduce engagement in self-care.
    The barriers:

    Gay men experience greater levels of disordered eating than the general population, including Anorexia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorders (BED). Some short term studies looking at recovery from Anorexia Nervosa have shown an increase in central fat distribution which is associated with an increased risk of insulin resistance.
    Stress and stress-related behaviours are uniquely expressed eg: increased rates of smoking in gay men is one example known to be associated with increased risk of diabetes and its complications.
    Discrimination under Australian Law continues to cause stress eg: some religious health care services and schools are lawfully permitted to fire or expel anyone who does not follow their doctrines. In some states gay conversion (reparative therapy) is still legal despite the practice having been shown to cause significant psychological harm.
    Reduced support structures in place eg: up to 24.4% of the general population lived alone during the 2016 Census but that rate is estimated to be higher for gay men especially as they age. Living alone is a risk factor for depressive symptoms which in turn are associated with poor diabetes control.

    The research shows that in order to better serve gay men’s health, services and practitioners should develop an awareness of potential issues that could limit this group’s access to health care and then develop strategies in consultation. There is a need to continue research that intersects diabetes with all members of the LGBTQI community.

    To arrange an interview with Edwin Pascoe, please contact Frances Atkinson (External Media), 9919 4061 or 0435 960 793/ [email protected]

  19. jupes

    Terrorist’s family attempting mental health diversion.

    How many times does this script have to play out before the media learns?

    Which is why we should name it for what it is: Muslim violence.

    Don’t let the left obfuscate with semantics.

  20. jupes

    Peter Dutton says judicial appointments, soft sentencing contributed to spate of public attacks in Victoria

    Could never have happened of course unless Dutton’s department allowed 3rd world savages to immigrate.

    They are still proud of their non-discriminatory immigration policy.

  21. Des Deskperson

    ‘The latest press release from Victoria University just arrived. Shocking news: diabetes is homophobic.’

    Does Victoria University still teach hairdressing?

  22. Roger

    They are still proud of their non-discriminatory immigration policy.

    Precisely; there is no other politician whose actions so fall short of matching his rhetoric.

  23. H B Bear

    Morrison: “Let the states set migrant intake.”
    What a cloth eared idiot he is.

    Do any of these time servers actually understand the Federation? So far we have had 200 years of the Commonwealth crowding out the States, aided and abetted at every turn by the High Court. The Commonwealth needs to get out of health and education completely and hand sufficient revenue raising powers back to the States to fund these public black holes. Unless SloMo is going to impose internal passports to cross State lines then immigration is a Commonwealth function, that like just about everything is being completely mismanaged.

  24. Confused Old Misfit

    The research shows that in order to better serve gay men’s health, services and practitioners should develop an awareness of potential issues that could limit this group’s access to health care and then develop strategies in consultation. There is a need to continue research that intersects diabetes with all members of the LGBTQI community.

    Low grade crap. Specially the last sentence.

  25. H B Bear

    Victoria University researcher Edwin Pascoe has conducted Australia’s first study of gay men with type 2 diabetes and discovered that sexuality can impact diagnosis and treatment.

    Must be all those Cosmopolitans, daiquiris and mimosas at Mardi Gras.

  26. NB

    @ Confused Old Misfit:
    Damning quotes.
    Thank you for collecting them.

  27. zyconoclast

    @tuckercarlson

    Last month one of my children was attacked by a stranger at dinner. For her sake, I was hoping to keep the incident private. It’s now being politicized by the Left. Here’s what happened

  28. zyconoclast

    Scotland will be the first country in the world to ensure its education system recognises issues faced by the LGBTI community, ministers have announced.

    Equalities campaigners hailed the move as a “monumental victory”, claiming the “destructive legacy” of Section 28 – which banned the promotion of homosexuality – had been ended.

    Research by the Time for Inclusive education (Tie) campaign group found 90 per cent of LGBT people experienced homophobia, biphobia or transphobia at school.

    As a result the Scottish Government will encourage schools to use a range of new teaching materials which highlight issues such as tackling homophobia, biphobia and transphobia, prejudice in relation to the LGBTI community and promoting awareness of the history of LGBTI equalities and movements.

    The materials will be used in personal and social education as well as religious and moral education.

    The Scottish Qualifications Authority will also develop course materials reflecting LGBTI issues for national qualifications such as National 5 and Higher in relevant subjects such as modern studies, history and English.

    That means all pupils studying such qualifications will be taught from the materials because they could face questions in final exams.

    Co-founder of the Tie campaign Jordan Daly said: “After three years of campaigning, we are delighted LGBTI inclusive education will now become a reality in Scotland’s state schools.

    “This is a monumental victory for our campaign and a historic moment for our country.”

    He spoke after Education Secretary John Swinney announced the Scottish Government will accept all 33 recommendations made by the LGBTI inclusive education working group.

    This means all state schools will teach pupils of all ages about LGBTI equality, with the Government to fund training on this for teachers.

  29. Still has that new car 🚗 smell

    I love the smell of vinyl chloride in the morning.

  30. stackja

    Israeli fire kills 7 during Gaza raid
    Reuters
    42 minutes ago

    Israeli forces killed seven Palestinians in the Gaza Strip in an undercover raid targeting a Hamas commander and air strikes that provided cover for the troops to escape back into Israel by car, Hamas said.

    The Israeli incursion and air attacks drew rocket fire from the Hamas-controlled enclave, with sirens sounding in Israeli communities along the border.

    The military said its defences intercepted two of the launches. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage on the Israeli side of the frontier.

    The violence prompted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to cut short a visit to Paris, where he had been gathering with world leaders for a World War I commemoration.

    Hamas said the incident on Sunday began when assailants in a passing car opened fire on a group of its armed men, killing one of its commanders.

    Hamas gunmen gave chase as the car sped back towards the border with Israel, Hamas said in a statement.

    During the pursuit, Israeli aircraft fired more than 40 missiles in the area, according to witnesses.

    Medics and Hamas officials said at least seven people were killed, four of them militants, including Hamas commander Nour Baraka.

    It was unclear if the other fatalities included gunmen.

    The Israeli military said in a brief statement that: “During IDF (Israel Defense Forces) operational activity in the Gaza Strip, an exchange of fire evolved.”

    A return by Israel to a policy of targeting individual Hamas commanders – tactics largely abandoned in recent years – could significantly raise tensions along the border.

    Violence has flared frequently on the frontier since Palestinians began weekly protests on March 30.

    Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations have been trying to broker a long-term ceasefire.

  31. Confused Old Misfit

    Last month one of my children was attacked by a stranger at dinner. For her sake, I was hoping to keep the incident private. It’s now being politicized by the Left. Here’s what happened

    The evidence of the degeneracy of the left, demonstrated here daily, is mare and more being made public. There is only one way it will be curtailed. The dogs must be whipped into submission. Broken teeth, broken heads until the lesson is learned.
    Au barricades mon amis!

  32. Fat Tony

    Gay men experience greater levels of disordered eating than the general population, including Anorexia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorders (BED). Some short term studies looking at recovery from Anorexia Nervosa have shown an increase in central fat distribution which is associated with an increased risk of insulin resistance.
    Stress and stress-related behaviours are uniquely expressed eg: increased rates of smoking in gay men is one example known to be associated with increased risk of diabetes and its complications.

    Yeah – so why do they call it “gay”??

  33. littledozer

    https://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/victoria/state-election/matthew-guys-power-station-promise-to-shore-up-supply-cut-energy-bills/news-story/73c50f7c748fbb45858fa90b9883d71b?fbclid=IwAR1sRMccJ58YRoqd0UbiivFARwGrcweorrgoAQO0MfQ2kbBu5nLBba8UF64

    Matthew Guy has visited a pizza restaurant in Melbourne’s east where the power bill has doubled to $11,000 every 62 days to talk up the Coalition’s pledge to build a new power station in Victoria.

    As the November 24 election campaign passes the halfway point, the Opposition Leader has committed to facilitating the construction of a new power station to put at least 500MW into the energy grid.

    The plan would involve packaging up government services such as rail, hospitals and other major services and going to tender.

    ENERGY COSTS BITE DEEPER INTO FAMILY INCOME

    MELBOURNE FACTORY TURNS TO SOLAR

    DANIEL ANDREWS VOWS HIGHER RENEWABLES TARGET

    Mr Guy said modelling by Frontier Economics showed adding 500MW to the grid would save the average household $350 a year on their gas bill.

    “There’s no doubt that Daniel Andrews has lost control of energy costs,” Mr Guy said, blaming Premier Daniel Andrews for the closure of the Latrobe Valley’s Hazelwood coal-fired power station, after the state government hiked coal royalties.

    “His forced closure of Hazelwood has meant that power is now out of control, the power costs in Victoria, and government’s got to do something about it, not just be a spectator or cross their fingers or hope that in the next five or ten years it might come down, it won’t,” he said.

    Mr Guy said a new Liberal-Nationals government would directly invest in a power generation system by bundling up state power contracts, and putting it out to tender in the first six months before choosing a successful bid.

    Mr Guy said the Coalition expected the private sector to come back with a solution involving a mix of generation, most likely gas and solar.

    Coalition energy spokesman David Southwick said the closure of Hazelwood had reduced Victoria’s power generation by 22 per cent and led to an 85 per cent increase in energy prices.

    “Under Daniel Andrews, we are seeing closures of power stations. Under Matthew Guy we see a power station coming into the market, ensuring more supply and bringing down power prices for all Victorians,” Mr Southwick said.

    Ivan Milich, who owns Bucatini Italian restaurant in Mitcham, in Melbourne’s east, said his business’s power bill had doubled over the last 12 months.

    “We’ve gone up to an $11,000 bill of gas and electricity for 62 days, so that’s virtually doubled since this time last year,” Mr Milich said.

    “My wife and I, we are both in our 60s, and my sons are working here.

    “We are working seven days a week in order to offset some of the costs of the energy bills.

    “We are fortunate we are now November, December. It gets a little bit busier so you can absorb some of those costs.

    “In January, February, who knows, which means we have to let some staff go who are local people.”

    The new power station would be big enough to supply the state’s hospitals and transport network, and power the equivalent of at least 350,000 homes, cutting family bills by an average of $355 a year.

    The Herald Sun can reveal the radical plan would let a Guy government bulk buy enough energy from the new power station to run all of the state’s major public services.

    “Building a new power station in Victoria will mean lower prices for the long-term, which is going to save households and businesses hundreds of dollars every year,” he said.

    The winning bidder would have to build a power station capable of producing at least 500MW, and could sell excess power to the private market.

    Victorian Opposition Leader Matthew Guy is looking to secure power supply and lower energy costs. Picture: Getty Images
    It would need to be built with a “24/7” capacity to power up at short notice and boost supply security, meaning it is unlikely to be met by renewable sources alone.

    While a station of that size is most likely to be gas fired, if the most cost-effective bid is for a large coal power station, it would be considered — with Mr Guy to declare that it is “up to the market to best determine the mode of generation”.

    That is likely to put the Coalition at odds with green groups, which want non-renewable generation phased out to meet climate change targets, and with the Andrews Government, which last week announced a Renewable Energy Target of 50 per cent by 2030.

    Mr Guy said the winning bid “will be determined by the lowest cost for electricity, subject to meeting tender requirements like security of supply”.

    He also took a swipe at Labor and the Greens, saying “every time Daniel Andrews cuts a deal to appease the Greens, it means more taxes”.

  34. zyconoclast

    Time for Inclusive Education (TIE)

    5 point pledge

    LEGISLATION

    NEW legislation in the lifetime of this current parliamentary term, which outlines a requirement for all schools to be proactive in tackling homophobia, biphobia and transphobia through an inclusive educational approach. Legislation should act to underpin the major components of LGBT-inclusive education.

    TEACHER TRAINING

    The delivery of a teacher training programme which is free at the point of access and focuses specifically on LGBT issues, for teachers who are currently serving via Continuing Professional Development and student trainee teachers via Initial Teacher Education.

    CURRICULAR INCLUSION

    LGBT inclusion in individual subject areas, achieved via approved curricular guidance as well as mandated LGBT inclusive Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood (RSHP) education. Such materials should be accessible for all schools, with a clear requirement of uptake.

    RECORDING OF BULLYING

    All schools and local authorities should record specific incidents of homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying – in accordance with existing guidance and expectations for the recording of bullying concerning other protected characteristics, such as race.

    MONITORING

    Monitor any steps that are taken with regards to LGBT inclusivity in schools. This should include the collection of evaluative data, as well as the addition of a specific LGBT indicator in the Education Scotland school inspections process, HGIOS4.

  35. Infidel Tiger

    Morrison: “Let the states set migrant intake.”

    Brilliant. Just imagine Dan Andrews and his cabal of crazy commies setting Victoria’s immigration intake.

  36. Tom

    @tuckercarlson

    Last month one of my children was attacked by a stranger at dinner. For her sake, I was hoping to keep the incident private. It’s now being politicized by the Left. Here’s what happened

    You need to read that account of the disgusting attack on Carlson’s daughter to understand the type of low-life scum Monty fraternises with ideologically and boasts about here.

  37. zyconoclast

    Bombshell: numbers out of Fulton County, Georgia show that a vast amount of the provisional ballots submitted in the Democrat stronghold were rejected for being duplicate ballots.

    A full 1,811 provisional ballots in Fulton County were duplicates (49 percent), and 1,556 of them (42 percent of the total provisionals) were rejected.

    Three of the individuals were not citizens, 581 were not registered to vote, and 972 did not live in that county.

  38. calli

    homophobia, biphobia and transphobia

    If these are “things”, can we please have nerdphobia, rangaphobia, zitphobia too?

    The real phobia is being ignored at the students’ peril. Learningophobia.

  39. stackja

    zyconoclast
    #2862292, posted on November 12, 2018 at 11:50 am

    Reminds of various past ideologies indoctrination. Schools are no longer safe.

  40. Confused Old Misfit

    Further to Zycon’s post above:

    A secular group has called for children to be taught about safe homosexual sex in school as part of Scotland’s new LGBTI-inclusive curriculum.

    Scotland has become the first country in the world to ensure its education system officially recognises the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex community. However, the National Secular Society said that the curriculum would be merely “window dressing” if it did not teach about safe homosexual sex, particularly in religious schools. It said some Catholic schools taught that homosexual acts were “morally wrong or disordered”.

    This from Tim Worstall:

    If Scottish schools should teach safe gay sex then why shouldn’t they teach the safe way to have sex with a prostitute?

  41. lotocoti

    Everything you thought you knew about Comrade Stalin is wrong.
    The Holodomor was a lie.
    Katyn too.
    Even the Great Terror was an attempt by counter-revolutionaries to defeat Stalin’s struggle for democratic reform.

  42. zyconoclast

    Victoria’s Secret exec Apologizes for Comments About Not Casting Transgender Models

    “It’s like, why doesn’t your show do this? Shouldn’t you have transsexuals in the show? No. No, I don’t think we should,” Razek said. “Well, why not? Because the show is a fantasy. It’s a 42-minute entertainment special. That’s what it is.

    In response to the backlash, Razek apologized for his remarks, admitting that they were “insensitive.”

    “My remark regarding the inclusion of transgender models in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show came across as insensitive. I apologize,” Razek said in a statement. “To be clear, we absolutely would cast a transgender model for the show. We’ve had transgender models come to castings… And like many others, they didn’t make it… But it was never about gender. I admire and respect their journey to embrace who they really are.”

  43. jupes

    Morrison: “Let the states set migrant intake.”

    Can they set the demography of the migrant intake too?

  44. stackja

    Tim Blair: Tale of two migrants who couldn’t be more different
    Tim Blair, The Daily Telegraph
    November 12, 2018 12:00am
    Subscriber only

    Industrious and ambitious, within 11 years he’d saved enough money to invest in a Melbourne restaurant with his dear friend Nino Pangrazio.

    Between them, the pair set about establishing Pellegrini’s as the city’s finest coffee shop. They knew to leave well enough alone — during all their decades of ownership, the place barely changed at all.

    Now compare Sisto with another immigrant. Hassan Khalif Shire Ali arrived in Australia with his Somalian family during the 1990s. By all accounts a completely useless fellow, Ali’s primary achievement seems to have been getting himself added to ASIO’s terrorism watch list.

    In 2015, by which time Sisto had racked up some 140,000 charming, charismatic hours among his friends and customers at Pellegrini’s, Ali’s passport was cancelled due to concerns he planned to join Islamic State butchers in Syria.

    Despite those concerns, a Joint Counter-Terrorism Teams investigation found that Ali did not pose a threat to national security. He remained on ASIO’s watch list but was largely unwatched.

  45. C.L.

    Morrison continues the bipartisan con, pretending to be tough on “Islamism” and “radicalisation.”

    “He was a terrorist. He was a radical, extremist, terrorist, who took a knife to another Australian because he had been radicalised in this country, and we can’t give him excuses,” he told Network Ten on Monday.

    “These other issues are relevant. Don’t get me wrong, but he was radicalised, and that’s why he took a knife to people…”

    Mr Morrison again called out the “vile evil” of radicalisation and urged Muslim community leaders to call it out.

    The perpetrator was, in fact, a garden variety Mohammedan who believed the same things other Muslims believe. He wasn’t “radical” or an “extremist.” He was a conventional, good Muslim.

    This is the same old trick: pretend you’re being tough on a fantastically “extreme” phenomenon while – in actual fact – your real goal is to normalise Islam and unrestricted Islamic immigration.

  46. stackja

    lotocoti
    #2862305, posted on November 12, 2018 at 12:01 pm

    The term useful idiots, comes to mind.

  47. H B Bear

    Sticking a bloke in a bikini and pretending he is a woman is about the biggest fantasy going around.

  48. C.L.

    … the National Secular Society said that the curriculum would be merely “window dressing” if it did not teach about safe homosexual sex, particularly in religious schools.

    Homosexual lobbies continue their obsession with children. News at 11.
    But here’s what I’d like to know: if Gaystapo school loiterers now demand Scottish children be taught about “safe” sodomy, shouldn’t Scottish girls also be taught to accept sodomy?

    If not, why not?

  49. stackja

    Woman sexually assaulted – Liverpool

    Monday, 12 November 2018 04:11:54 AM

    Police are investigating the sexual assault of a woman in Sydney’s south-west overnight.

    About 11.55pm yesterday (Sunday 11 November 2018), a 51-year-old woman was walking along a track in Lighthorse Park, Liverpool, when she observed a man nearby watching her.

    As she approached the stairs to Newbridge Road, the man began walking towards her, before punching her in the face several times.

    The man continued to physically assault the woman, and then sexually assaulted her.

    The woman began screaming, alerting people nearby, who chased the offender up the stairs onto Newbridge Road, onto Terminus Street, and then a laneway onto George Street where they lost sight of him.

    The woman was taken to Liverpool Hospital with facial injuries including lacerations, bruising, and damage to her teeth.

    The man has been described as about 165-175cm tall, skinny build, dark skinned, wearing an orange/blue coloured hi-visibility fluoro jumper, long pants and boots.

  50. rickw

    You need to read that account of the disgusting attack on Carlson’s daughter to understand the type of low-life scum Monty fraternises with ideologically and boasts about here.

    Munty wishes he could participate in their direct action as well, but being a middle aged doughnut hoover precludes his involvement.

  51. Robber Baron

    Unless SloMo is going to impose internal passports to cross State lines then immigration is a Commonwealth function, that like just about everything is being completely mismanaged.

    Bring back the “Australia Card,” you just know it makes sense!

  52. jupes

    “My remark regarding the inclusion of transgender models in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show came across as insensitive. I apologize,” Razek said in a statement. “To be clear, we absolutely would cast a transgender model for the show. We’ve had transgender models come to castings… And like many others, they didn’t make it… But it was never about gender. I admire and respect their journey to embrace who they really are.”

    Weak as piss.

  53. thefrollickingmole

    How dhimmi is the gruinaid??

    Dhimmi enough to reverse the religions when reporting on a Dr Who episode apparently.

    So once again, the big bad is prejudice itself, here in the form of Prem’s tantrummy little brother Manish, who has spent too long “reading pamphlets and listening to angry men on the radio,” causing him to move into extremism. Unable to countenance his Hindu brother marrying a Muslim, he shoots the poor Holy Man due to bless the ceremony, sparking the fear of the phantom alien invasion that was never coming. Rather than sci-fi elements, it’s two family tragedies that ground the historical settings here. Prem couldn’t save Manish (or himself) from the turbulence of history, while Umbrine’s secrecy came simply from the trauma of being widowed on her wedding day.

    And can we please have a moment to reflect on just how shit Dr Who has become.
    Is “Dr Doesntmatter because its all about the “companions”” now.

  54. Stimpson J. Cat

    And can we please have a moment to reflect on just how shit Dr Who has become.
    Is “Dr Doesntmatter because its all about the “companions”” now.

    This relentless War On Men will not end until Jesus becomes a Woman.

    Remember I warned you all.

  55. thefrollickingmole

    The woman began screaming, alerting people nearby, who chased the offender up the stairs onto Newbridge Road, onto Terminus Street, and then a laneway onto George Street where they lost sight of him.

    At least there is some good people willing to step in, shame they didnt catch the turd.

  56. jupes

    “He was a terrorist. He was a radical, extremist, terrorist, who took a knife to another Australian because he had been radicalised in this country, and we can’t give him excuses,” he told Network Ten on Monday.

    Right. He is one of us. He was a ‘good’ Muslim until he came here where he became ‘radicalised’.

    It’s Australia’s fault.

  57. Roger

    Morrison is the George W. Bush of Australian conservative politics.

  58. rickw

    Right. He is one of us. He was a ‘good’ Muslim until he came here where he became ‘radicalised’.

    It’s Australia’s fault.

    Not at all like Somalia, which is why Somalia is such a paradise.

  59. That bloke who bailed up the teenage girl in the bar of the Golf Club, and called her a “hoar to her father” and a “xunt” is very fortunate indeed, that he merely had his membership revoked.

    Plenty of blokes would have changed his life for him. Deservedly so.
    They wouldn’t even have needed to be the girl’s father or brother to do it to him.

  60. This relentless War On Men will not end until Jesus becomes a Woman.

    Nah it will be a man in the next movie, but they will cast Idris Elba.

  61. C.L.

    Morrison’s government is still working diligently to jail Ben Roberts-Smith VC.
    Ponder that.

  62. jupes

    And can we please have a moment to reflect on just how shit Dr Who has become.

    No one has watched it since Tom Baker.

  63. The man has been described as about 165-175cm tall, skinny build, dark skinned, wearing an orange/blue coloured hi-visibility fluoro jumper, long pants and boots.

    That’s 6’1″ – 6’4″ , skinny and dark skinned.
    That’s Vietnamese & Arab both ruled out as suspects then.

  64. Diogenes

    Unless SloMo is going to impose internal passports to cross State lines then immigration is a Commonwealth function, that like just about everything is being completely mismanaged.

    That said internal passports would be required to cross LGA lines – to keep them in the region to which they are assigned, or European style registration of everybody of address with the local police, and monitoring they are still there.

    There were cases in the late 50s and early 60s regarding assisted passage migrants (the ones who did 2 years of indentured work at C’wealth direction) that upheld the agreements of the time, and where magistrates ordered deportations even of stateless persons – they failed the white australia policy “dictation tests” (sorry can’t find link , but I found those details on a history site ) … How likely is the AAT or HC to uphold orders like these today ?

  65. thefrollickingmole

    This relentless War On Men will not end until Jesus becomes a Woman.
    Remember I warned you all.

    Does this mean we will be treated to a hot, large boobied semi nekkid Jesus being nailed by centurions?

    /this is my new fetish….

    The above link is Stimpys conversation with god, colourized 2018.

  66. Stimpson J. Cat

    I don’t understand.

    I thought all these random attacks were the acts of my people,
    The Mentally Ill.

    Now you are trying to tell me it is the work of…
    what’s the word….
    “Terrorists ?”

    I just don’t get it.

    How did these people get here?

    Who are these people?

    Where do they come from?

    What are these strange ideas they follow?

    Just bizarre.

  67. Stimpson J. Cat

    Monty, just imagine you were in Tucker’s situation at the bar, how would you have reacted to that polite gay immigrant complimenting your daughter?

  68. jupes

    Morrison is the George W. Bush of Australian conservative politics.

    No. GWB could make an independent decision e.g. the ‘surge’ in Iraq which was against all advice but worked its arse off.

    SloMo (supposedly) talks tough without changing a single thing. He reckons that “radicalised” Muslims are Australia’s biggest threat but continues to bring the fuckers here.

  69. Snoopy

    I’m amazed that charities that make it their business to give free food to whoever asks for it claim they don’t have enough funding.

  70. H B Bear

    If only voters had a clear political choice in the wake of events like Bourke Street. Sorry punters, just the UNiparty for you on election day.

  71. .

    That Antifa professor advocating violence is the last person who ought to do so.

    Come the revolution, he’d be the first against the wall, and never had a chance of fighting off the party’s popular mobs.

  72. Monty, just imagine you were in Tucker’s situation at the bar, how would you have reacted to that polite gay immigrant complimenting your daughter?

    Yeah that wasn’t good, assuming what Carlson said is true. No need for attacking the family, that is way beyond the boundary.

  73. Infidel Tiger

    Tucker should have beaten that foul mouthed mincer to death.

    No jury would convict.

  74. Lysander

    Fellow Cats
    am flying from Perth to Sydney on Qantas this arvo; for the record, I don’t do flying well at all.

    I’ll be offline for a few days until my return on Wednesday.

    In the event of something happening, I love you all dearly. Except you Monty.

  75. C.L.

    Ex-copper Dutton and Megachurch Morro take the opportunity to plead for new Nazi powers:

    Calls for greater surveillance powers

    Mr Morrison and Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton have used the incident to call for greater surveillance of encrypted messages.

    A bill designed to assist law enforcement and security agencies in accessing the encrypted messages of those it is targeting is currently before Parliament.

    The laws would allow agencies to compel technology companies to help them de-crypt messages, and Labor has indicated it has concerns with the draft legislation.

    Mr Dutton said nine in 10 of ASIO’s targets were using encrypted messaging services.

    “I hope over the last couple of days, Labor has been able to reconsider their position,” he said.

    “Because this encryption bill really is crucial to giving police and ASIO and other intelligence agencies the tool they need to disrupt and deter these activities.”

    It absolutely infuriates the state that people can have something that cannot be accessed.
    Litsen, dickheads: we don’t need to ban encryption. We need to ban Muslim immigration.

  76. Snoopy

    Look on the bright side, Lysander. In the unlikely event something seriously suboptimal occurs you’ll be free of Monty forever.

  77. Mark from Melbourne

    That’s 6’1″ – 6’4″ , skinny and dark skinned.

    Errm, no. More like 5’4″ to 5’7″

  78. .

    Mr Dutton said nine in 10 of ASIO’s targets were using encrypted messaging services.

    Are they going to ban firefox as it bans your history?

    It won’t be long before low IQ Dutton proposes we ought to ban VPNs.

  79. Snoopy

    Mr Morrison and Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton have used the incident to call for greater surveillance of encrypted messages.

    Lone wolves send themselves memos on WhatsApp?

  80. .

    as it scrambles your web history…

  81. Infidel Tiger

    I hear they have offered the old bloke who died from Friday’s car troubles a State Funeral.

    Grow up Australia. That is ridiculous.

  82. Stimpson J. Cat

    Yeah that wasn’t good, assuming what Carlson said is true. No need for attacking the family, that is way beyond the boundary.

    I forgot to mention,
    it’s a completely random polite gay immigrant.
    Definitely NOT Arky.

    😁

  83. Lysander

    Haha thanks Snoopy! As I said to the missus, if something does happen make sure you squeeze Qantas to their last cent!

    I used to fly in one of these on a nearly weekly basis (in a former life/role). I was quite comfy on these because I could see and talk to the pilots.

  84. Infidel Tiger

    Lots of talk Hillary is going to run again in 2020.

    Man she must drink a lot.

  85. That’s 6’1″ – 6’4″ , skinny and dark skinned.
    Errm, no. More like 5’4″ to 5’7″

    Er.. yeah… Metric should never have been introduced.
    But what’s nine inches between friends anyway?

  86. DrBeauGan

    This relentless War On Men will not end until Jesus becomes a Woman.

    Remember I warned you all.

    Good point. If a bloke can identify himself as a chick, why shouldn’t we be able to identify others as whatever we like?

    I identify Malcolm Turnbull as a turd.

  87. Stimpson J. Cat

    Monty you didn’t answer the question.

  88. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    How long before SloMo visits a mosque to appease these fuckwits do your reckon?

    Seven days, max.

  89. There doesn’t seem to have been a Muslim chick had her headscarf tugged off yet.
    I suppose this means someone is going to have to drop some bacon in front of a Mosque overnight tonight.

    The “backlash” has to get underway pretty quickly, or it loses sting.

  90. C.L.

    I hear they have offered the old bloke who died from Friday’s car troubles a St

    Grow up Australia. That is ridiculous.

    It’s a childish country.
    I’ve mentioned many times the ever-escalating sooky-mawkishness in this country.

  91. Fat Tony

    It absolutely infuriates the state that people can have something that cannot be accessed.
    Litsen, dickheads: we don’t need to ban encryption. We need to ban Muslim immigration.

    The whole idea of bringing in all these mussies is to get rid of our freedoms – they are only completing what our “Founding Fathers” started off – we could have had rights in our Constitution as in the USA, but they chose not to. We are “subjects” – never forget that.

  92. mh

    Hannity from Friday with a good wrap of the Broward County Democrat voter fraud controversy

  93. Monty you didn’t answer the question.

    What would I have done? Probably not caused an altercation like that or told him to go back where he came from. Then again, I would have brought my son up not to throw wine at people either, so it wouldn’t have gotten to that point. There are non-aggressive ways to deal with such situations. There’s a reason places like that hire brawny security people.

  94. Notafan

    assuming what Carlson said is true

    Monty can’t help himself

  95. Stimpson J. Cat

    We need to ban Muslim immigration.

    Look if we are going to bring in more Muslims,
    that’s fine.
    If we are going to bring in Polite Gay Immigrants, that’s also fine.

    The real problem is that these two things cannot peacefully coexist with Tall Buildings.

    We need to seriously think about a
    Tall Buildings Ban™.

  96. Speedbox

    What are the current odds of the Daniel Andrews’ Government being returned?

  97. Confused Old Misfit

    There’s a reason places like that hire brawny security people.

    That’s a proggy for you! Hire someone else to do your work. Defending your family is not in his jib description and is above his pay grade. To say nothing of his competency.

  98. H B Bear

    Ooops, into moderation. Who knows why?

  99. areff

    What are the current odds of the Daniel Andrews’ Government being returned?

    100%

    Even if the Libs get in, they’re just Labor in drag.

  100. Infidel Tiger

    What are the current odds of the Daniel Andrews’ Government being returned?

    100%.

    It’s Victoria.

  101. thefrollickingmole

    It’s a childish country.
    I’ve mentioned many times the ever-escalating sooky-mawkishness in this country.

    Because hugging, placing flowers and singing kumbyah is apparently all that stands between the great and good, and the ropes and lampposts so many of them deserve.

    God forbid people should substitute “mu feelz” for sheeting home the blame to the swine who hide behind non discrimination and “compliance” as excuses to carry on demonstrability stupid migration policies.

  102. calli

    An appe llant is repe llant to the Spaminator, Bear. And calling your ther apist won’t help either. Not even a gift of je wellery will sway it.

  103. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    Litsen, dickheads: we don’t need to ban encryption. We need to ban Muslim immigration.

    we need to reverse moslem immigration, not just ban it.

  104. H B Bear

    Err … thanks I guess calli. This one wasn’t even borderline by my standards.

  105. Tom

    Lysander, Qantas is by far the world’s safest airline.

    The second-safest is Virgin Australia subsidiary Tiger Airways, because it has had staff of the Civil Aviation Authority crawling all over since its grounding after safety breaches in 2011.

    (In my opinion, the least safe Australian airline is Qantas subsidiary Jetstar because CASA turned a blind eye to what many industry observers regarded as reckless safety breaches, mainly poor pilot training standards, during the same period).

    Sit back, try to enjoy the flight and give us a full report on how you deal with your nervousness. Don’t worry — it’s very common. Every second person who isn’t flying once a week or more gets it.

  106. That’s a proggy for you! Hire someone else to do your work. Defending your family is not in his jib description and is above his pay grade. To say nothing of his competency.

    No wonder you call yourself Confused Old Misfit.

  107. What are the current odds of the Daniel Andrews’ Government being returned?
    100%.
    It’s Victoria.

    Actually more like 120% (after all votes are counted)
    It is Victoria.

  108. we need to reverse moslem immigration, not just ban it.

    Factcheck status: True

  109. thefrollickingmole

    m0nty

    Hypothetical.

    The above happened, you went to the “burly” chap and whined and he replies “not my problem”, what do you do?

    Call the police?
    Call the president?
    Call the united Nations?
    Crispy Creme?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9We2XsVZfc

  110. calli

    Bear, it’s not what you say, it’s how you say it. Bits of words. The Spaminator can’t differentiate. My post indicated three that, if spel led in full, will quarantine your post.

  111. Stimpson J. Cat

    There are non-aggressive ways to deal with such situations. There’s a reason places like that hire brawny security people.

    But what if the Transgender security guard is off post checking the unisex toilets security and signage?
    What do you do then?

  112. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    It’s a childish country.
    I’ve mentioned many times the ever-escalating sooky-mawkishness in this country.

    Started with Lady Diana Spenser’s funeral.

  113. H B Bear

    LOL – about 5,000 prople at the ODI in Tasmania, or half the crowd at the women’s soccer friendly. Keep up the great work Cricket Australia you’re killing it. Worth every cent.

  114. Lysander

    Lysander, Qantas is by far the world’s safest airline.

    The second-safest is Virgin Australia subsidiary Tiger Airways, because it has had staff of the Civil Aviation Authority crawling all over since its grounding after safety breaches in 2011.

    (In my opinion, the least safe Australian airline is Qantas subsidiary Jetstar because CASA turned a blind eye to what many industry observers regarded as reckless safety breaches, mainly poor pilot training standards, during the same period).

    Sit back, try to enjoy the flight and give us a full report on how you deal with your nervousness. Don’t worry — it’s very common. Every second person who isn’t flying once a week or more gets it.

    Thanks Tom. A few pre-flight G&T’s will help!

  115. I am bespoke

    Good to see m0nty try to rehabilitate his reputation. Not sure how long it lasts.

  116. John Constantine

    Winds of change blowing in on the Trumpnado.

    Fracking is close to making America one of the world’s three biggest exporters of LNG.

    Stalinism is close to making Australia build LNG import terminals.

    Stratfor has a good bit on how Trump can get the godless commo revolutionaries of their euroweenie union to buy American LNG instead of Russian gas.

    Comrades.

  117. Snoopy

    Then again, I would have brought my son up not to throw wine at people either,

    Good point. Disgraceful behaviour. He should have downed the wine then decked the xunt.

  118. BrettW

    The Ipswich police shooting of the prisoner in hospital is being reported in a very low key manner. So far no real details or even comments whether there was another officer in the room with the female officer and arrested person / deceased. The prisoner was a tough looking guy with a bad criminal record.

  119. calli

    You mean the wine wasn’t still inside the bottle?

    Soft.

  120. Stimpson J. Cat

    Fracking is close to making America one of the world’s three biggest exporters of LNG.
    Stalinism is close to making Australia build LNG import terminals.

    John is there any way we can start exporting Australia’s copious stockpiles of Wind Energy to the world?
    Apparently it’s the next Big thing in Renewable Energy.
    Is there a market?

  121. The above happened, you went to the “burly” chap and whined and he replies “not my problem”, what do you do?

    Tell management and they kick him out, which is eventually what happened in Carlson’s case. I would have avoided the melee though, that didn’t accomplish anything.

  122. Confused Old Misfit

    My only confusion, Monty, is revolves around how such mean, filthy, low creatures such as you are tolerated in polite society.

  123. Speedbox

    There’s a reason places like that hire brawny security people.

    Hmmm, doubt it. The Farmington Country Club is “membership by invitation only” type club. I doubt they employ any brawny security guards – it just doesn’t have that type of clientele or reputation. It isn’t some local bar. Carlson and his party were there for dinner.

    What it does (did) have was a nasty loud-mouthed a/hole who thought using particularly foul language towards a young woman was ok, (particularly when referring to her father) but also asking whether she was his whore.

    Frankly, I thought Carlson and his son acted with remarkable restraint.

  124. Stimpson J. Cat

    The Ipswich police shooting of the prisoner in hospital is being reported in a very low key manner. So far no real details or even comments whether there was another officer in the room with the female officer and arrested person / deceased. The prisoner was a tough looking guy with a bad criminal record.

    Do we know if Mental Illness has been Confirmed BrettW?

  125. Confused Old Misfit

    that didn’t accomplish anything.

    You were not there nor were you one of the participants.
    You cannot say whether or not anything was accomplished.
    Your arrogance is unacceptable.

  126. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    My only confusion, Monty, is revolves around how such mean, filthy, low creatures such as you are tolerated in polite society.

    I thought I had a low opinion of the Left. COM sets new standards.

  127. My only confusion, Monty, is revolves around how such mean, filthy, low creatures such as you are tolerated in polite society.

    Dude, you literally call yourself a misfit every time you post. You don’t get to run the snooty in-crowd civility line without being laughed at when you do that.

  128. thefrollickingmole

    Monty never advanced beyond “mummy will fix it” did he?
    Low energy.
    Sad.

    Rare picture of Monts in action at his last “bash the fash” event, 2018, colourized.

    Anyone got a few of Monsts old “hit a hitler” posts handy?

  129. feelthebern

    George W Bush tossed the coin at the Eagles & Cowboys game.
    He said that everything good about America could be seen in veterans.
    I’m not sure what he meant, but it further confirmed that after Obama, GW Bush was the worst president in US history.

  130. Speedbox

    Lysander
    #2862401, posted on November 12, 2018 at 1:32 pm

    A few pre-flight G&T’s will help!

    Know what else will help? Do some light pre-flight reading about aerodynamics. Seriously. I’ve never been a nervous flyer but if you read up about aerodynamics then you know why an aircraft can fly, an explanation for the various maneuvers an aircraft makes and an explanation for the assorted aircraft noises you may hear before/during flight.

    Forewarned is fore-armed (in this case with knowledge).

  131. Confused Old Misfit

    Oh Look! Monty called some one a “Dude”! He’s soooo *with it*! F.O. fatboy and Pull your head out from between the cheeks of your fat arse! (Don’t forget to wash the SH1t from behind your ears.)

    Zk2A: My opinion of Monty and his coreligionists has no lower limit! For too long their excesses have been allowed to pass unchallenged. That is part of what has brought us to our present condition.

  132. Rae

    @tuckercarlson

    Last month one of my children was attacked by a stranger at dinner. For her sake, I was hoping to keep the incident private. It’s now being politicized by the Left. Here’s what happened

    Meh. The other guy says that’s not how it went down. And cell phone video of the incident supports the other guys version.

  133. hzhousewife

    Monty, may I respectfully enquire whether you intend to homeschool your dear little ones? Is your oldest attending some kind of out-of-home care yet?

  134. Lysander

    Thanks speedbox; sounds like a good idea whilst partaking in said G&T’s! (more likely beer but I’ve gotten used to saying G&Ts since I started reading Hendo :))

    Either way, I will certainly do it!

  135. Stimpson J. Cat

    Michael Avenatti
    @MichaelAvenatti
    1/2 – We are investigating an alleged assault on a gay latino immigrant committed by T. Carlson and/or members of his inner circle at a club in VA in Oct. It likely includes underage drinking in violation of VA law.
    2/2 – We are attempting to locate additional witnesses and to identify those depicted in the video.
    In particular, we need assistance identifying the balding man that grabs the man seated at the bar. We anticipate charges being filed. Anyone with knowledge, pls contact us.
    Link to a portion of the incident:

    1/3 –
    @TuckerCarlson
    – your stmt about what transpired is an absolute lie. Your daughter nor your son were called those things. The man never admitted it. Your son committed assault and battery. You committed assault (learn the difference). Your friend” committed assault…
    2/3 – and battery (on video). You are the aggressor in the video as is your friend. The man at the bar sits there calmly. Numerous witnesses contradict your claim of innocence. Your daughter was drinking underage in a bar with your assistance and knowledge. You were intoxicated.
    3/3 – You told the man to “go back where you came from” before the video starts. And if you were so innocent, why didn’t you disclose it weeks ago as you recently did in connection with the protest at your home?
    Here is a statement from my client regarding the incident with Tucker Carlson and Tucker’s fabricated version of events. As a father of two teenage daughters myself, I find it disgraceful that Tucker seeks to justify his behavior by falsely hiding behind his family. #Coward
    The next time
    @TuckerCarlson
    seeks to attack someone and then lie about it, he better first do his homework about the person and their credibility. Juan is a leader in the community who has a history of standing up for what is right. He is a very good man.

  136. Stress and stress-related behaviours are uniquely expressed eg: increased rates of smoking in gay men is one example known to be associated with increased risk of diabetes and its complications.
    Discrimination under Australian Law continues to cause stress eg: some religious health care services and schools are lawfully permitted to fire or expel anyone who does not follow their doctrines. In some states gay conversion (reparative therapy) is still legal despite the practice having been shown to cause significant psychological harm.
    Reduced support structures in place eg: up to 24.4% of the general population lived alone during the 2016 Census but that rate is estimated to be higher for gay men especially as they age. Living alone is a risk factor for depressive symptoms which in turn are associated with poor diabetes control.

    Notice that continual transference of responsibility here? Gays aren’t responsible for their habits, no; their poor diabetes control is the fault of some school that fired his friend because he was openly promoting the Mardi Gras among students. The stress was that unbearable he constantly binged on profiteroles.

    P.S. Notice the constant drumbeat now about schools having the discretion to fire teachers or expel students acting in a manner contrary to that school’s ethos. That is not going to go away.

  137. Muzzlehatch

    Loathe as I am to give the Devil His Due and also to pontificate about a specific crowd control incident; The ways a confrontation like that can play out take many forms. To suggest that involving in-house folks is somehow Chickening Out is short sighted. Bar Staff likely have some situational awareness and for patrons to unilaterally take charge of a situation like that is a breach of hospitality etiquette. You also don’t know how far the other party is willing to escalate or what kind of fuse he is on. A quiet word with the bar staff is the correct first move unless you are prepared throw the coin, to go into full brawl mode. The VIP guest has everything to lose and the drunken yob everything to gain.

  138. Boambee John

    @tuckercarlson

    Last month one of my children was attacked by a stranger at dinner. For her sake, I was hoping to keep the incident private. It’s now being politicized by the Left. Here’s what happened

    Probability that lackey of the fascist left m0nty will provide a clear condemnation of this with no sneering tone, infinitesmal.

  139. thefrollickingmole

    Rae plops in from his death bed to enlighten us again.

    Because its so much more rewarding than finishing off your bucket list, cuddling puppies or freshly patching mummies skin suit again.

  140. Infidel Tiger

    George W Bush tossed the coin at the Eagles & Cowboys game.
    He said that everything good about America could be seen in veterans.

    There’d be a lot fewer dead and injured veterans without that idiots foreign misadventures.

  141. thefrollickingmole

    Stimpson J. Cat

    Montys favourite p*rn lawyer rises again…..

    So far batting an average of 0.0000 for the season.

  142. Stimpson J. Cat

    Stress and stress-related behaviours are uniquely expressed eg: increased rates of smoking in gay men is one example known to be associated with increased risk of diabetes and its complications.

    And there you have it.

    Pole Smoking Causes Diabetes Confirmed!!

    Next up, Anal Sex Causes Colon Cancer!

  143. Stimpson J. Cat

    Montys favourite p*rn lawyer rises again…..

    Avenatti… Avenatti… Where have I heard that name before?
    It seems…. familiar somehow….

    😁

  144. Rae

    Former Florida Lieutenant Governor Jeff Kottkamp tweeted that there is an affidavit from a Florida campaign worker who states that he/she saw Broward County Elections staff filling out blank ballots!

    As someone pointed out on the previous Forum, this affidavit relates to the 2016 elections.

  145. Stimpson J. Cat

    This Juan seems like an All American Great Gay Guy.

    OK he’s only been an American since September,
    but that’s irrelevant to how much of a great gay guy he is.

  146. Boambee John

    Yeah that wasn’t good, assuming what Carlson said is true

    As expected, sleazebag m0nty is unable to choke out a sincere condemnation of another fascist lefty behaving horribly.

  147. Boambee John

    m0nty
    #2862374, posted on November 12, 2018 at 1:08 pm
    Monty you didn’t answer the question.

    What would I have done? Probably not caused an altercation like that or told him to go back where he came from. Then again, I would have brought my son up not to throw wine at people either, so it wouldn’t have gotten to that point. There are non-aggressive ways to deal with such situations. There’s a reason places like that hire brawny security people.

    There are alpha males, there are beta males, then there is m0nty, the omega male.

  148. As someone pointed out on the previous Forum, this affidavit relates to the 2016 elections.

    Well that’s alright then.
    It cannot be electoral fraud if it happened in 2016.

  149. feelthebern

    Sick as a dog, working from home.
    Watching GWB talk about veterans turns my stomach.
    Thank fuck John Howard kept a low profile during the Invictus games.
    The only saving grace from today’s TV watching is that Carol on TWD is the ultimate bad-ass.

  150. billie

    Morrison: “Let the states set migrant intake.”

    Wait, as a first step, how about we let the ACT be first and they set their own migrant intake with no limits as an “experiament” you know, what could go wrong with that?

    I hear there’s lots of homes there whose residents only are in town for various meetings, activities, parliament and the rest of the year – they are empty!

    Perfect, they could share with new migrants on like a time share basis.

    I believe those residences are paid for by taxpayers, so I say, let them be shared.

  151. Snoopy

    So an upstanding gay Latino, a veritable pillar of society, gets bashed by a family of drunken TrumpNazis in a country club. Then to add insult to injury his membership is cancelled.

    He makes no complaint to the police but after some weeks engages celebrity Democrat pr0n lawyer.

    Sounds plausible.

  152. thefrollickingmole

    Yes, its inconceivable to imagine anyone targeting a journalist or his family by vile thuggish tactics, right?

    An hour and a half later, most everyone has left the offices for a pizza party. I am alone, like Cinderella after her sisters trotted off to the ball. My nose is running like a faucet, so I’m not too upset at missing the pizza. Besides, I’ve got work to do.

    I go around the room licking doorknobs. They are filthy, no doubt, but there isn’t time to find a rag to spit on. If for some reason I don’t manage to get a pen from my mouth to Gary’s hands at the conference, I want to seed his office with germs, get as many of his people sick as I can, and hopefully one of them will infect the candidate. I lick office doorknobs, bathroom doorknobs. When that’s done, I start on the staplers, phones, and computer keyboards. Then I stand in the kitchen and lick the rims of all the clean coffee cups drying in the rack. I grab my coat and head out.


    Fox News host Tucker Carlson was at his desk Wednesday evening, less than two hours before his 8 p.m. live show, when he suddenly started receiving multiple text messages.

    There was some sort of commotion happening outside his home in Northwest D.C.

    “I called my wife,” Carlson told The Washington Post in a phone interview. “She had been in the kitchen alone getting ready to go to dinner and she heard pounding on the front door and screaming. … Someone started throwing himself against the front door and actually cracked the front door.”

    Scalise, who was at second base when the shooting started, was shot in the hip and tried to drag himself off the field. While the shooting was still going on, Rep. Mo Brooks used his belt as a tourniquet to help stop bleeding for a staffer who had been shot in the calf. After the shooting ended, Brooks and Rep. Brad Wenstrup—a podiatrist who also served with the Army’s 344th Combat Support Hospital—were able to assist Scalise.[28]

    Several witnesses said their lives were saved by the presence of the Capitol Police, who were there because of Scalise’s position as the House Majority Whip. The Capitol Police immediately engaged Hodgkinson and kept him pinned down, preventing him from continuing to fire on the unarmed baseball players. Rep. Davis and Sen. Rand Paul separately said that if not for the presence of the officers, the incident “would have been a massacre.

  153. jupes

    Thank fuck John Howard kept a low profile during the Invictus games.

    Everyone kept a low profile during the Invictus games, with good reason. It is embarrassing to watch able bodied men compete in wheelchairs.

    The only saving grace from today’s TV watching is that Carol on TWD is the ultimate bad-ass.

    Which is why it is now unwatchable. What started out as potentially a great show about tribal dynamics degenerated into farce with women ‘bad-asses’ and tribal leaders.

  154. C.L.

    Michael [email protected]

    We are investigating an alleged assault on a gay latino immigrant committed by T. Carlson

    LOL.

  155. feelthebern

    Disagree jupes,.
    If i think of the top 3 shocking killings in TWD history, Carol did them all.

  156. Monty, may I respectfully enquire whether you intend to homeschool your dear little ones? Is your oldest attending some kind of out-of-home care yet?

    Nope, Catholic schooling all the way from kinder on. The wife’s influence. And yes, the kids are going to child care, only a day or so per week though.

  157. Stimpson J. Cat

    Nope, Catholic schooling all the way from kinder on. The wife’s influence.

    It’s fine Monty.
    You are among friends here.
    You can say “The Boss”.

  158. Ellen of Tasmania

    which outlines a requirement for all schools to be proactive in tackling homophobia, biphobia and transphobia through an inclusive educational approach.

    Because some bullying is more equal than others.

  159. Twostix

    God you’re repulsive m0nty.

    The perfect speciman of the 45 year old leftwing bugman.

    “Why I’ll just get some some other mens sons to stick up for me”.

  160. feelthebern

    Reading today a bit about Jerry Jones the owner of the Cowboys.
    If this guy owned a smaller franchise, he would have been run out of the game years ago.
    The ratio of white/non-whites on his teams over the years is an anomoly in the league.
    The pay discrepancy of white/non-whites can be explained about as the Cowboys haven’t had a long term black qb until the recent Romo retirement.

  161. jupes

    If i think of the top 3 shocking killings in TWD history, Carol did them all.

    Exactly my point.

  162. jo

    Confused Old Misfit
    #2862409, posted on November 12, 2018 at 1:37 pm

    My only confusion, Monty, is revolves around how such mean, filthy, low creatures such as you are tolerated in polite society.

    He doesn’t go out in polite company. The only time he goes out is to lunch that JC buys him occasionally.

  163. Hay Stockard

    MH,
    How come the “I’ve without a photo?

  164. Rae

    Tossing a glass of wine in someone’s face is so gay. Did little Tucker exchange numbers with the other guy later? Tucker didn’t say.

  165. feelthebern

    That’s the shock value.
    I think you are looking for non-exitent themes.
    That said, TWD had better wrap up soon as it is going the way of the Sopranos later seasons.
    Wrap it up.
    Try go out on a high, or at least a lessor low compared to the early seasons.

  166. Stimpson J. Cat

    Stimpys Tweet Of The Day

    Joe Keskold
    @joekeskold
    The Great War ended 100 years ago. Our great Grandfathers and Grandmothers fought in the trenches of Europe against the rising tide of fascism. This Sunday afternoon I will fight in the digital trenches of the globalized world to combat patriarchy, ableism, and the gender binary.
    9:11 PM · Nov 11, 2018

  167. thefrollickingmole

    This Sunday afternoon I will fight in the digital trenches of the globalized world to combat patriarchy, ableism, and the gender binary.

    He will come down with an incurable case of trench dick if he keeps that up.

  168. Buccaneer

    The Journalist’s Creed

    A quick perusal of the Journalists Creed or the Australian Journalists code of ethics reveals that the most important tenets involve professionalism, placing the public interest above self interest and a willingness to find the truth in the interests of the public.
    There are plenty of examples of journalists forsaking these tenets, however, the most recent that I find worthy of comment is the Foley-Raper affair. It seems that despite a man in a position of power placing his hand in an inappropriate position, in front of a witness, the media are now switching to say that the whistleblower, David Elliott, should be the focus of our ire. The ALPBC view.
    What we are not seeing is an examination of the incident and how it was covered up for 2 years. The questions that are not being asked are revealing. If Ashleigh Raper is a professional journalist, why did she think that news of this incident was not in the public interest? Does she always place her interests in front of her profession? Was it fair for her to ask the witness to remain silent? How did a political opponent of the perpetrator find out?
    Why is the whistleblower being excoriated for acting in the public interest? He is a representative of the community and that’s his job (regardless of any personal gain). Why did no one in the Labor party expose this episode? Or did they place this in plain view conveniently?
    Was this reported to the victim’s employer? If so, why was it not reported?

    Journalists and media outlets report things without victim’s consent all the time, this should be no different.

    It seems the criticism of David Elliot, is that he solely acted in self interest by exposing this at the expense of the victim. However, this requires one to expect that the only person in the unpleasant saga acting from a political motivation is David Elliott. No one is asking the other actors what their possible motivations might be?
    Blaming the whistleblower and providing a free pass to the victim who covered for the perpetrator for 2 years, seems to be a case of false virtue. Without actually examining Ashleigh Raper’s political leanings and her honestly coming clean about all the reasons for covering this up, we cannot address how this situation happened and protect other journalists from the same fate.
    Without a frank admission from Ashleigh Raper that she was not just protecting herself, she cannot remain a journalist. Indeed, it’s not clear at the moment, why the public should trust her not to act in her own interest in front of the public’s, regardless of anything she has to say.

  169. feelthebern

    FMD, the amount of people who dine out on what generations previous actually did is sickening.
    Unless you served, or cared/care for someone who served, please kindly STFU.

  170. jupes

    I think you are looking for non-exitent themes.

    True. I hoped that it would show how tribal dynamics working post the zombie apocalypse.

    Instead it degenerated into a grrrrlll-power wank.

  171. “Why I’ll just get some some other mens sons to stick up for me”.

    What was so butch about what Carlson did? Throw a few insults, fail to lay a hand on the bloke, then “whine” to management. Where was his alpha dog move?

    If you think the threshold for being a Manly Man means getting arrested and charged with violent crimes, you’re a bit toxic.

  172. jupes

    Our great Grandfathers and Grandmothers fought in the trenches of Europe against the rising tide of fascism.

    Words fail …

  173. H B Bear

    Around 10 years ago BHP was looking at building an LNG import terminal off the coast of California. Naturally it got tied up by environmentalists and went nowhere. A decade later the tables have turned 180 degrees.

    That tells you all you need to know about the trajectories of both countries.

  174. thefrollickingmole

    Oh just fucking awesome.

    Bandanna man, Phatty Phil and the usual turds and dags will be in ecstasy…

    Labor promises plebiscite on Australia becoming a republic if it wins government
    Pledge for national vote comes almost 20 years after failed referendum on making Australia a republic

    Just seeing if they have imported enough people to finally nail down the pale stale males who built the country.

  175. .

    increased rates of smoking in gay men is one example known to be associated with increased risk of diabetes and its complications.

    WTF does nicotine have to do with insulin?

    WTF does smoking have to do with weight gain?!

    These anti-smoking fanatics lie ALL of the time.

  176. jupes

    Today’s adolescent two minute Trump hate from the ABC includes this gem from the Frog dickhead:

    Mr Macron spoke out against nationalism, calling it a betrayal of patriotism.

    WTF?

  177. thefrollickingmole

    And how do they plan to pass it.
    By asking a question with no idea of what the actual proposed replacement would be.

    Labor’s spokesman on the issue, Matt Thistlethwaite, told Fairfax Media the party plans on avoiding those issues by making the question simple, along the lines of: “Do you support an Australian republic with an Australian head of state?”

    Then they will ally with the greens to stick Bills mother in law in the job for life or something.

  178. Bruce in WA

    Fellow Cats
    am flying from Perth to Sydney on Qantas this arvo

    But, but … why are you being punished?

  179. .

    Nearly everyone under the age of 40 rolls their eyes when a link is made between small government and monarchy. Please, enough. We all know the Kim regime is a monarchy in all but name.

    That said, the ARM could do itself a favour without Bandana Man. I have no idea who relates to him, other than other men who married leftist harridans and got rich off writing books about bogus histories.

  180. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Then they will ally with the greens to stick Bills mother in law in the job for life or something.

    I’m betting Lord Waffles will get the job, somewhere along the line.

  181. thefrollickingmole

    .

    I think we will find the ARM have learned nothing and forgotten nothing.
    They wont be able to help themselves spooging all over the media about how “progressive” it will be to have an Australian “head of state” and throw up some of the most repulsive progs as candidates.

    President Sea-Patrol.
    El Jeffe Bob Brown
    Master clock polisher Paul Keating
    Her Excellency, President for Life, Field Marshal Al Hadji Doctor Julia Gillard, VC, DSO, MC, Lord of All the Beasts of the Earth and Fishes of the Seas and Conqueror of the British Empire in Australia in General and Canberra in Particular

  182. C.L.

    I agree that this is probably not tactically sound but if your instinct is to empathize with the fear of the Carlson family rather than with the fear of his victims then you should take a moment to reflect on why that is.

    Matthew Yglesias (@mattyglesias) November 8, 2018

    I see this morning at Ace’s that Yglesias (of NPC site, Vox) – who so aggressively supported the Democrat Party’s terrorist assault on Tucker Carlson’s wife and family – has himself been doxxed. His home address has been published and his critics are now free to visit him any time.

  183. C.L.

    Mr Macron spoke out against nationalism, calling it a betrayal of patriotism.

    Nope.
    The EU is the modern manifestation of German nationalism and hegemony; as is the importation of Mohammedan terrorists who hate J-ws.

  184. Snoopy

    Dot goes all moist at the prospect of President Adam Goodes.

  185. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6378865/Is-Trolley-Man-entitled-100k-Homeless-heros-past-revealed-Bourke-Street-terror-attack.html

    If the money is held in trust, and used to fund his treatment, and rehabilitation, I don’t have a problem.

  186. Muddy

    .
    #2862345, posted on November 12, 2018 at 12:46 pm

    That Antifa professor advocating violence is the last person who ought to do so.
    Come the revolution, he’d be the first against the wall, and never had a chance of fighting off the party’s popular mobs.

    A list. We need a list. We need to publicise The List, but not what might happen to those on The List.
    The List is a tool.
    People are motivated by fear.
    The List will be vague, ambiguous, open to interpretation.
    But if your name is on The List, you might like to begin worrying.
    That’s if The List exists.
    Perhaps it’s simply your paranoia?

    The List does not forget.
    The List does not lie.

  187. hzhousewife

    Nope, Catholic schooling all the way from kinder on. The wife’s influence. And yes, the kids are going to child care, only a day or so per week though.

    All the best for them Monty, you are in for an interesting ride.

  188. rickw

    Just seeing if they have imported enough people to finally nail down the pale stale males who built the country.

    They wouldn’t be doing it again if they didn’t think they had finally managed import enough of their voters.

  189. Speedbox

    Her Excellency, President for Life, Field Marshal Al Hadji Doctor Julia Gillard, VC, DSO, MC, Lord of All the Beasts of the Earth and Fishes of the Seas and Conqueror of the British Empire in Australia in General and Canberra in Particular

    I think she would be a red hot favorite for the role. She is of the Left, a former PM and a woman. She is known for “that” speech directed at Abbott666. Whilst there are a few other candidates, Gillard would be high on the list.

    Can you imagine Rudd!!? Either nominated, elected or possibly worse, nominated but not elected.

    (sorry everyone, I will go and sit in the corner for a while).

  190. feelthebern

    Hopefully trolleyman will be charged with assault.
    & with a hate crime too.
    Anything apart from kneeling in submission to the knife chap has to be severely punished.

  191. Stimpson J. Cat

    Stop talking sh$t and go read Chuck Paluhiniks Adjustment Day Muddy.
    It’s your dream.

  192. cohenite

    I see the resident trolls are defending the creepy porn lawyer. And the scum bag who verbally attacked Carlson’s 19 year old daughter. Just more hypocrisy. All women are to be sided with and believed except if they are not of the left then they are fair game with no rules.

  193. zyconoclast

    How long before SloMo visits a mosque to appease these fuckwits do your reckon?

    Perhaps invite them to dinner

  194. Snoopy

    Melbourne radio host Dee Dee Dunleavy also voiced her concern after initially praising Rogers and the fundraising cause on social media.

    ‘I was unaware when I tweeted this that he is a convicted criminal. The fact remains that he tried to help, but maybe direct funds to The Salvos instead,’ she said.

    I didn’t donate, but if I did I would prefer Trolleyman to spend my donation on smack rather than have it go to the Antifa feeding Salvos.

  195. Dot goes all moist at the prospect of President Adam Goodes.

    Goodes wouldn’t stand a chance against Warnie.

  196. Muddy

    If you think the threshold for being a Manly Man means getting arrested and charged with violent crimes, you’re a bit toxic.

    If you think that a ‘Manly Man’ targets the family of a person he dislikes; that a warrior or soldier of the ‘Resistance’ is one who choses a victim he knows will be less able to defend themselves (thus reducing the risk to the ‘warrior’)…

  197. Muddy

    Stimpson J. Cat
    #2862484, posted on November 12, 2018 at 3:30 pm
    Stop talking sh$t and go read Chuck Paluhiniks Adjustment Day Muddy.
    It’s your dream.

    Sorry, Stimpy.
    I never read the book of an author whose name I cannot pronounce.

  198. zyconoclast

    incoherent rambler
    #2862450, posted on November 12, 2018 at 2:36 pm
    The benefits of non-discriminatory immigration.

    Any examples of the bad things about non-discriminatory immigration?

  199. jupes

    I didn’t donate, but if I did I would prefer Trolleyman to spend my donation on smack rather than have it go to the Antifa feeding Salvos.

    Exactly.

    Note that while Trolleyman was fighting the Muslim terrorist, many other men preferred to keep well away and film the action rather than help him. People gave him money for doing that so how he spends the money is entirely a matter for him.

  200. P

    jupes #2862469, posted on November 12, 2018 at 3:00 pm

    Today’s adolescent two minute Trump hate from the ABC includes this gem from the Frog dickhead:

    Mr Macron spoke out against nationalism, calling it a betrayal of patriotism.

    I couldn’t open the link given above but I have just read the ABC article today Armistice Day: Emmanuel Macron warns of nationalism’s threat to world peace.

    I did not see any article (I might have missed it) by the ABC re the French government backing down over apparent plans to pay tribute to Pétain – Paris (CNN).

  201. jupes

    Any examples of the bad things about non-discriminatory immigration?

    Drum solos at Hindu festivals?

  202. rickw

    we need to reverse moslem immigration, not just ban it.

    Reversal is for their own safety, people will only put up with this crap for so long.

    The $100k for trolly man says to me that the people are pretty sick of it already.

  203. If you think the threshold for being a Manly Man means getting arrested and charged with violent crimes, you’re a bit toxic.

    The Manly Man part is where he knocks the farqing lights out of the poonce that insulted his daughter.

    Arrested & charged is the price he has to pay for living in a cucked society.
    Finding twelve men who wouldn’t have done the same would be the problem for the prosecution to get anywhere.

  204. I’ve watched 400 different videos of the Brother’s car-fire-of-peace, and knife-attack-of-peace.
    In one of them Trolleyman is knocked flying by the Brother (Bacon be upon his carcass).
    This is long before he finds a shopping trolley & starts fighting back.

    Trolleyman was entitled to fight back to defend himself. Nobody else was helping.

  205. Note that while Trolleyman was fighting the Muslim terrorist, many other men preferred to keep well away and film the action rather than help him. People gave him money for doing that so how he spends the money is entirely a matter for him.

    + 100,000

  206. jupes

    Muslim leader pointing out to the Prime Minister that Muslims can’t exist peacefully in Australia:

    The Prime Minister’s comments prompted a rebuke from Australian National Imams Council secretary Sheikh Moustapha, who told ABC Radio Melbourne it was “really wrong and unfair” to suggest his community wasn’t doing enough to prevent radicalisation.

    We’ve been doing whatever we can in our capacity to eradicate extreme thoughts and potential acts of terror,” he said.

    “Obviously extremism and radicalism exists. It exists in Islam and a lot of other faiths and ideologies. It’s not something we are denying.

    “But for the Prime Minister to come out there and say the community’s not doing enough or community leaders aren’t doing enough, that’s really wrong. We are doing as much as we can.”

    So you are doing as much as you can but Muslim attacks keep happening. Time for you and your mob to fuck off I reckon.

  207. .

    Dot goes all moist at the prospect of President Adam Goodes.

    Only if we had recall elections.

  208. Note that while Trolleyman was fighting the Muslim terrorist, many other men preferred to keep well away and film the action rather than help him.

    That, to me, that is abhorrent.

    The appropriate response being to grab anything that can be used as a weapon (the nearest stiletto if desperate) and assist. Just like the trolley man did.
    A dozen fit males doing the same and the show is over pretty quickly.

  209. .

    ‘I was unaware when I tweeted this that he is a convicted criminal. The fact remains that he tried to help, but maybe direct funds to The Salvos instead,’ she said.

    Geez, what about a chance at redemption?

  210. rickw

    “Obviously extremism and radicalism exists. It exists in Islam and a lot of other faiths and ideologies. It’s not something we are denying.

    He shouldn’t of held back, name names, everyone remembers those spates of Methodist and Presbyterian…..um…… cakes stalls with dodgy lamingtons????

  211. rickw

    A dozen fit males doing the same and the show is over pretty quickly.

    Sends a good message to, try any of your islamic shit and you will get messed up by all and sundry in a most embarrassing manner.

  212. Bruce

    To Old Misfit at 1109:

    I’ll see your Wirth, Folland and Strong and raise you a Moon:

    “We have just four months. Four months to secure the future of our planet. The world is looking to Korea for leadership. I’m glad that the Chairman of the forum and many other speakers have used my campaign slogan “Seal the Deal” in Copenhagen. I won’t charge them loyalty”

    Chief UN Global Warming mega-$am gravy train conformist industrial-strength simpleton, 11 August 2009.

  213. .

    I think we will find the ARM have learned nothing and forgotten nothing.
    They wont be able to help themselves spooging all over the media about how “progressive” it will be to have an Australian “head of state” and throw up some of the most repulsive progs as candidates.

    Then the right should throw up the most popular conservatives as possible candidates.

    Or, nominate someone with some gravitas and dignity they could stomach.

    If say a few years ago, Ian Callinan was made President, the left would not be rejoicing. Or if Cory nominated to be elected popularly. They’d shit themselves.

  214. .

    “We have just four months. Four months to secure the future of our planet. The world is looking to Korea for leadership. I’m glad that the Chairman of the forum and many other speakers have used my campaign slogan “Seal the Deal” in Copenhagen. I won’t charge them loyalty”

    That Hark! loon reckons it isn’t a scam. Bullshit it is televangelism with a new medium writ large.

  215. dodgy lamingtons

    Dangerous sh1t.
    Slow death by coronary disease.

  216. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    “But for the Prime Minister to come out there and say the community’s not doing enough or community leaders aren’t doing enough, that’s really wrong. We are doing as much as we can.”

    What’s the doctrine that say lying to unbelievers is acceptable, in the name of Islam?

  217. The Manly Man part is where he knocks the farqing lights out of the poonce that insulted his daughter.

    Arrested & charged is the price he has to pay for living in a cucked society.
    Finding twelve men who wouldn’t have done the same would be the problem for the prosecution to get anywhere.

    Yeah righto.

    Lot of Internet Tough Guys on this blog.

  218. Bruce

    About the Scottish LGBTQWERTY caper:

    It’s getting easier to solve the “no true Scotsman” puzzle every day.

    What true Scot can’t tell the difference between a frock and a Kilt?

  219. .

    monty deciding who is a tough guy and who isn’t.

    LOL

  220. Helen

    Reposting because I think it is important we don’t lose sight of what he did on the day.

    Comment from trolleyman’s gofund page. I agree.

    David
    1 hour ago
    So what if he chooses to live on the streets, if he has previous convictions for burglary or if there are other needy people who need help? At a time when hundreds of people stood around filming on their mobile phones and gawking, this fella stepped up and tried to do something. He may well be a flawed human being but obviously for thousands of people it doesn’t matter. Maybe this will be a catalyst for him to turn a corner and be a better man. Maybe he will give some of the money to people who he has wronged. Either way, it really doesn’t matter. He is being recognized by his fellow Aussies as an example to others of how we all hope we will respond in this situation. He took a stand. That’s why I choose to give…

  221. Lot of Internet Tough Guys on this blog.

    Be careful munts. You don’t want to make them cross.

  222. H B Bear

    Labor’s spokesman on the issue, Matt Thistlethwaite, told Fairfax Media the party plans on avoiding those issues by making the question simple, along the lines of: “Do you support an Australian republic with an Australian head of state?”

    If Peanut Head and his comrades aren’t going to put up a specific model I would hope Australian’s would reject it again. The last group you would trust with “the details” would be a Green-Liar government and “elites” like Pirate Pete.

  223. What’s the doctrine that say lying to unbelievers is acceptable, in the name of Islam?

    It is pronounced: ‘tackier’
    Not sure of the spelling. Allah will know what you mean.

  224. Where were the Football Club thug supporters when you need them?

  225. Lysander

    very funny Bruce. I’m on the way to the airport now.

    I’ve got an opportunity/interview so I have to fly; ugh I hate it so much. But, that aside, let’s see how we go….

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