Monday Forum: March 18, 2019

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  1. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Good morning to all on the Cat.

  2. dover_beach

    I forgot Brother Tyrrell accuser claimed a Brother McCabe had walked on on the very last occasion he was being raped (two years after Brother Tyrrell had left the school) and completely ignored what he saw. He told police Brother McCabe was dead, however it turned out he was still living.

    another oops moment

    Yes, notafan, and this still didn’t deter SANO Taskforce even though the still living Br McCabe when interviewed did not confirm or recall what the complainant alleged.

  3. Robber Baron

    What’s the wager that Gillon of the AFL makes sure that the opening round teams wear black armbands to remind everyone how “inclusive” and “woke” the AFL is.

  4. jupes

    I learnt two things in The West Australian this morning:

    Julie Bishop’s “conservative” replacement has nominated climate change as a key priority.

    Tim Blair is the first journalist to describe Tarrant as he describes himself i.e. a “terrorist / white supremacist / anti-capitalist / eco-fascist.”

  5. notafan

    Yes, notafan, and this still didn’t deter SANO Taskforce even though the still living Br McCabe when interviewed did not confirm or recall what the complainant alleged.

    There were strange undertones in the way the police officer told Br McCabe to think about it and he would call again in a few days….

  6. dover_beach

    There were strange undertones in the way the police officer told Br McCabe to think about it and he would call again in a few days….

    Hmm, yes, I wonder if that is standard procedure?

  7. From the Olde Fredde:
    Snoopy:

    ‘Clueless’ Anning has flushed out Scott Morrison for everyone to see. So there’s that.

    Damn fine argument, Snoopy.

  8. Snoopy

    There were strange undertones in the way the police officer told Br McCabe to think about it and he would call again in a few days….

    If you can’t remember the details of this complaint we could have others .,…..

  9. Roger

    Julie Bishop’s “conservative” replacement has nominated climate change as a key priority.

    LOL. What’s she going to do about it?

  10. notafan

    exactly Snoopy

    Thank you Mark from Melbourne

    This sounds so familiar

    I think the better strategy for 1956 is “NeverEisenhower,” and just hope Stevenson wins. That way, the Democrats will go so hard left-wing that they will turn off the country. Their extremism will allow us time to rebuild the Republican Party and get ready for 1960 with known establishmentarians and good party men like Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.—or at least a guy who has held one office before thinking he could become president.

  11. cohenite

    So, who here would vote for Fraser Anning?

  12. John Constantine

    Scomo announce that Big Australia and the population Ponzi scheme has made us so rich we can afford to put bars over the windows of all the churches.

    Comrades.

  13. struth

    So, who here would vote for Fraser Anning?

    I would.
    In a heart beat.

    I’m not one of those conservatives who didn’t want Trump because of some boo hoo issue.
    I wanted a fighter and was for Trump immediately from the time he called that stupid Kelly bitch out in the Primaries.
    Political correctness is just anti free speech Marxism and I believed and still do, that you can have all the economic policies you want, but without that being destroyed none of it matters.
    Your nation won’t survive it.

    Anning needs to be there more than he doesn’t

  14. Infidel Tiger

    Julie Bishop’s “conservative” replacement has nominated climate change as a key priority.

    I just listened to her on the radio and she said she believed only only a small part was due to man.

    She sounded very sensible for a Lib.

  15. Confused Old Misfit

    So, who here would vote for Fraser Anning?

    I would.

  16. Leigh Lowe

    Infidel Tiger

    #2962504, posted on March 18, 2019 at 1:14 pm

    Julie Bishop’s “conservative” replacement has nominated climate change as a key priority.

    I just listened to her on the radio and she said she believed only only a small part was due to man.

    She sounded very sensible for a Lib.

    Which would put her in the Lomborg camp.
    “Climate change may be happening, but very little is attributable to human activity, so money should be directed to mitigation, not imploding industry.”

  17. Lysander

    Bishop’s replacement is a conservative cats.

  18. Roger

    I just listened to her on the radio and she said she believed only only a small part was due to man.

    Then why is it a “key priority”?

    Was she misreported/verballed or merely signalling her virtue?

  19. cohenite

    Speaking of Anning I see the muslim who assaulted Anning at an airport (muslims do some of their best work at airports) has been treated royally by our media.

    On the last thread it was suggested that zaky mallah was the hero at the airport but apparently he wasn’t. Anyone got any information?

  20. Roger

    “Climate change may be happening, but very little is attributable to human activity, so money should be directed to mitigation, not imploding industry.”

    That’s better.

  21. Percy Popinjay

    Wow man, Beta O’Rourke’s poetry is like, spectacularly bad.

  22. Atoms for Peace

    What’s to stop retail workers from rolling over their super to a fund of choice. Xty thousand people doing that will impact on a fund’s economic bottom line., especially if people do it every month.

  23. Mak Siccar

    Political leaders and public figures were falling over themselves this weekend to condemn the mosque attacks in New Zealand, while dozens of Christians were slaughtered by Muslims in Nigeria to the sound of crickets.

    The mosque attacks were indeed a horrific affair and worthy of universal condemnation. Presidents, prime ministers, royalty, and religious leaders rushed to extend their condolences to victims and their families — as well they should — while decrying the hate that purportedly motivated the shootings.

    Without exception, the mainstream media gave top billing to the shootings, with newspapers carrying the story on their front pages and television news channels leading off their broadcasts with the story.

    The bizarre aspect of the coverage was not, in fact, the attention paid to a heinous crime committed in New Zealand, but the absolute silence surrounding the simultaneous massacre of scores of Christians by Muslim militants in Africa.

    As Breitbart News alone reported among major news outlets, Fulani jihadists racked up a death toll of over 120 Christians over the past three weeks in central Nigeria, employing machetes and gunfire to slaughter men, women, and children, burning down over 140 houses, destroying property, and spreading terror.

    The New York Times did not place this story on the front page; in fact, they did not cover it at all. Apparently, when assessing “all the news that’s fit to print,” the massacre of African Christians did not measure up. The same can be said for the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, the Detroit Free Press, the LA Times, and every other major paper in the United States.

    The news shows from the three major television channels did not mention the story, and nor did CNN or MSNBC.

    https://www.breitbart.com/the-media/2019/03/17/media-silence-surrounds-muslim-massacre-of-christians/

  24. Infidel Tiger

    Then why is it a “key priority”?

    Was she misreported/verballed or merely signalling her virtue?

    She also said passing a strong economy on to the next generation was as important as the environment.

    She will no doubt spend a few months in re-education camp.

  25. Struth:
    Your reply to None this morning is perfect. It went straight to the Poolroom.

  26. notafan

    Shorter muslim gay

    I can swear but you can’t

    ‘There’s a difference between hate speech and freedom of speech, what we say should never have a negative impact on another person or group of people,’ he added.

    I can say what I like but you can’t

    Feelings are subjective, banning speech because it has a ‘negative’ impact, (but only on protected groups) is the gateway to the gulag

    again

    Besides we all know that criticism of islam is verboeten, on pain of death, under the ever embiggening blasphemy umbrella

  27. Eyrie

    I’ll vote for him. We need more like him.

  28. Eyrie

    The darkness of totalitarianism is descending over our country. It has already done so over New Zealand. The rest of the western world is not far behind.

  29. Rebel with cause

    What’s to stop retail workers from rolling over their super to a fund of choice.

    You can do this but as the employer will only pay into the union fund/s (as specified under the EA) you have to run two funds (accruing double the admin expense) and continually having to do the paperwork to roll over funds is a tiresome bore.

    99.9% of workers will just stick with the union option. specified in the EA.

  30. Roger

    She also said passing a strong economy on to the next generation was as important as the environment.

    Good…but could be better, e.g. “without a strong economy we can’t afford to look after the environment.”

    Put the Green Year Zero fantasists (including those in the Liberal Party) who think we can prosper and thrive while reliant on wind and water mills and cottage industries on the back foot from the start.

  31. John Constantine

    How long until yarragrad declares the right hand lane on all city roads is reserved for electric vehicles and the rest can crawl along in an eternal traffic jam?.

    Comrades

  32. struth

    We don’t need large immigration to cope with declining birth rates.

    I don’t think declining birth rates are a problem at all.

    If the Greens really care for the environment, neither would they.

    Both for different reasons.

    I believe our declining birth rate is a direct response to government interference via taxation and cost of living.

    It isn’t the amount of people in a country that keeps it wealthy, it’s the politics and the amount of freedom it allows.
    That’s why, with a relatively small population compared to, say, India, the United States was a powerhouse and a bigger market .
    It’s the wealth of the population, the ability to spend, that keeps an economy moving.
    We could have 15 million people with low tax/ cost living and high disposable income and we’d be better off than our 26 million population of welfare seeking paupers are now.

    That’s why immigration into Venezuela would be useless.

    Technology means that we don’t need physically strong, youthful workers anymore, you know, lifting potato sacks off the wharfs.

    The government must always make you believe there is a crisis that they need to solve.
    There is no crisis in a declining population, there is a crisis of increasing government, which causes, in western countries, a declining population.

    I go back to what people like Helen and myself see through the studying of our aboriginal situation.
    It was completely caused by government policy in the first place, policy that the people’s permission was never sought, and the cause of the problem (government) then destroys lives trying to fix what it created.

    Is the exact same problem here with immigration.

    And as you can see with 50 years plus of complete social breakdown and misery in aboriginal communities, the government will just keep at it, it will not learn. It will not change, because it is socialism.
    And when socialism fails it’s because it isn’t being implemented enough, it requires more socialism.

    Go to an outback aboriginal community and think to yourself………the Australian government have been funding this misery to continue for over fifty years, rather than admit it’s just corrupt failure on it’s part and then wonder whether you can trust it with immigration.

    We don’t need more people now, we need better government policy, smaller government, so you can guarantee, what we are going to get, is more people.

  33. P

    “Catholic activist faces boot from LNP over rallying call for Pell”

    The Australian – Jared Owens – 12:00AM March 18, 2019

    Tien Kelly

  34. Struth:

    If there are any dickhead police officers reading this because us old farts are right wing, and we’re all terrorists in waiting………………..

    The young police who have been through the Marxist indoctrination colleges are quite comfortable with coming down like a ton of bricks on us dreaded right wingers. Their actions in Great Britain against Tommy Robinson are evidence of that. They are willing to break the law by forcing him out of a city because ‘feelz’.
    The police inspector? who wanted to arrest the American sheila for walking down the street in front of a mosque, even though his demand was quite illegal.
    I used to be a big supporter of the coppers eight years ag, now I record any and all conversations I have with them.
    They are not our friends anymore.
    They are not siding with the innocent.
    The Peel doctrine of the ‘armed citizen in uniform’ is dead.
    Our police officers have either become political operatives or are in thrall to them.
    And that’s the sad bloody truth.

  35. jupes

    So, who here would vote for Fraser Anning?

    I would. I’ve been a fan since he questioned the Chief of the ADF about women in the infantry.

    He wasn’t very articulate but he beclowned Angus Campbell.

  36. Diogenes

    continually having to do the paperwork to roll over funds is a tiresome bore.

    and there is usually a fee involved, a few years ago no 1 son wanted to do this and it would have cost him $25 a time as he would have been required to keep his EA mandated super account open, and if he tried to close it, then his money would have been in “limbo”, and thus earning nothing for weeks until his new account details were matched with his old & payroll started paying into the correct account

  37. Not Uh oh

    I do wish the media would stop confusing an ‘outpouring of grief’ for what is largely an ‘outpouring of virtue signaling’.

  38. Rabid Koala

    So, who here would vote for Fraser Anning?

    Anyone who would not vote for Anning cannot be considered conservative.

  39. MatrixTransform

    I sent Anning an email and said I’ll consider changing states just so I could vote for him

  40. bespoke

    struth
    #2962503, posted on March 18, 2019 at 1:13 pm
    So, who here would vote for Fraser Anning?

    Nope. Agrarian socialist and part of the problem.

  41. Struth:
    If you want to know whose side the politicians are on, read this.

    Omar Khadr, the Canadian-born son of al-Qaeda royalty who killed US Army medic Christopher Speer and maimed soldier Layne Morris while fighting for enemy forces in Afghanistan, was never repentant.

  42. struth

    Nope. Agrarian socialist and part of the problem.

    Probably, but he’s a better alternative at this point in time, on the precipice we find ourselves, than worrying about the finer points regarding his economics.

    Unfortunately you don’t have that luxury anymore, it’s way past thinking about that shit right now.

  43. stackja

    FA upsets Lyle Shelton ex ACL who is now with Cory AC.

  44. stackja

    Imperfect non-socialist or perfect socialist?

  45. Infidel Tiger

    The 18-year-old student was refused bail and remanded in custody to April 8, when he will appear in court by video-link from prison.

    For posting a live stream of the shooting?

    This is insane.

  46. We could have 15 million people with low tax/ cost living and high disposable income and we’d be better off than our 26 million population of welfare seeking paupers are now.

    Absolutely. The examples of Switzerland & Israel, both with populations under 9 million, are prosperous examples of smaller populations than us. Why do we keep listening to big business & politicians canvassing for voters?

  47. Infidel Tiger

    So, who here would vote for Fraser Anning?

    If i was designing a candidate to shift support to mass immigration, Muslims and anti-gun interests, he would act exactly as Anning has.

  48. Deplorable

    I am now in the new seat of Monash held by Broadbent a lefty. If there is an Anning candidate in the Senate in my area then he is No1. Morrison has proven he and his mates are not fit to hold office so my vote in Monash will be informal. I support Fraser Anning 100% in his statement and his bitch slapping of that coward punk who assaulted him.

  49. Fat Tony

    Infidel Tiger
    #2962558, posted on March 18, 2019 at 2:16 pm
    The 18-year-old student was refused bail and remanded in custody to April 8, when he will appear in court by video-link from prison.

    For posting a live stream of the shooting?

    This is insane.

    IT – was that in New Zealand? What about those people who were arrested on weapons charges at the mosques? Are they being held in custody?

  50. stackja

    IT – NZ has gone insane. All the lives lost keeping Japanese away from NZ. For what?

  51. Snoopy

    For posting a live stream of the shooting?

    This is insane.

    I blame Trump.

  52. Beachcomber

    struth #2962530, posted on March 18, 2019 at 1:44 pm

    +100!

    It’s obvious to anyone who has been able to resist the Marxist indoctrination of our education system and ABC-TASS media. Unfortunately, the left fascist establishment are in control and are winning.

  53. John Constantine:

    Scomo announce that Big Australia and the population Ponzi scheme has made us so rich we can afford to put bars over the windows of all the churches.

    Will there be different beers at these bars, or are they just going to serve Southwark?
    In that case, I’ll stay agnostic, thanks.

  54. Denis Hardiman

    Sinclair please.

    For the conspiracy theorists.

    It has been previously reported, like at least 6 months ago, that Brennan (5 eyes) has been visiting NZ regularly.

    But I just saw some ‘chatter” last night that he was there 3 days before the shit shot the Mosque!

    Go figure.

  55. Fat Tony

    Winston Smith
    #2962569, posted on March 18, 2019 at 2:23 pm
    John Constantine:

    Will there be different beers at these bars, or are they just going to serve Southwark?
    In that case, I’ll stay agnostic, thanks.

    Winston – I tried that Southwark beer during the brewery/beer strikes of the 1970s in Qld – it was the most disgusting beer I had ever tried. Never bothered again with it.

  56. Mark A

    Snoopy
    #2962565, posted on March 18, 2019 at 2:22 pm

    I blame Trump.

    Any day now, any day!

  57. Eyrie:

    The darkness of totalitarianism is descending over our country. It has already done so over New Zealand. The rest of the western world is not far behind.

    You know what the only humorous thing about this is?
    When the idiots who went along with this finally come to their senses in the cell with a drain in the center, then they will only wake up to the reality of their stupidity – except they will still think “Oh! If only Stalin knew this was happening!”

  58. Fat Tony

    Snoopy
    #2962565, posted on March 18, 2019 at 2:22 pm
    For posting a live stream of the shooting?

    This is insane.

    I blame Trump.

    Snoopy – don’t be hasty. Where was Tony Abbott when all this was going on???

  59. Entropy

    Which would put her in the Lomborg camp.
    “Climate change may be happening, but very little is attributable to human activity, so money should be directed to mitigation, not imploding industry.”

    I think she meant adaptation. Which works whether recent changes to climate are man made or not.
    The benefits of better ability to cope with fluctuations in climate a tremendous, whether climate change exists or not.
    The benefits of a competitive industrial base are being better able to financially withstand the future climate, whether climate change exists or not.

    Making ourselves poorer by pricing ourselves out of all markets, making the main source of employment either directly in the public sector or remora like hanging off it, and making sure everything costs more is not a strategy calculated to have the resources to cope with future weather events, whether climate change exists or not.

  60. IT:

    If i was designing a candidate to shift support to mass immigration, Muslims and anti-gun interests, he would act exactly as Anning has.

    Can you explain this sentence a little further please IT?

  61. Eyrie

    Winston +1.
    The problem with lefties and criminals (BIRM) is that they have trouble thinking even one move ahead.
    This guy was clearly an amateur. Didn’t do nearly enough preparation. No pre-positioned second getaway car. Had to go back to the car to get second gun. What’s wrong with it slung over your shoulder? Apparently shooting through windscreen? WUWT? He’s also been reading John Ringo’s Ghost series I think. The music in the background etc.

  62. Fat Tony:
    I’ve been through that horrific experience myself and have posted the emotional trauma I suffered here on the Cat.
    We are blood brothers.
    Make that beer brothers – comrades in froth – traumatised survivors of the Great Southwark Beer Scandal.
    *sob*

  63. cohenite

    If i was designing a candidate to shift support to mass immigration, Muslims and anti-gun interests, he would act exactly as Anning has.

    Nah, you can’t discuss this topics rationally (which Anning has done in blunt terms) because there is no rational position in favour of them. Once you indicate you’re not in favour of them you’re hitler. This is what has happened to Anning. Everything he has said and done makes sense.

    So, I don’t know what you’re saying; perhaps you can give us an idea about how these issues should be broached and a position showing they’re complete and utter bullshit should be presented.

  64. struth

    Wanna fix the birth rate in the west?

    Stop taxing us to death to pay for the welfare cheque you give to Mussies so they can breed like rabbits.

    Stamp duty plus interest would pay for a kid’s education entirely.

    Excessive council rates would pay for the kids food.

    Over half of our earnings go in taxes………………who can afford to breed?
    Then after you’ve taxed us into no kids, or having only one kid later in life if we’ve made enough that we think we can risk it, you give that money to people who claim to be at war with us, for the pure purpose of supporting their breeding program.

    FMD.

    Tell me, who’s really a persecuted victim group again?

    It’s practically genocide.

  65. struth

    Southwark, SA’s green death.

    My Grandpa used to buy long necks of the crud.
    Tough bloke, or insane, take yer pick.

  66. Top Ender

    Qantas orders urgent review of Senator Fraser Anning’s Chairman’s Lounge membership

    Qantas boss Alan Joyce is generous when it comes to making sure our federal parliamentarians travel the skies in comfort.

    The national carrier invites all 76 senators and 150 members of the House of Representatives to the national carrier’s prestigious Chairman’s Lounge, the most exclusive club in the country.

    It’s one of the most brazen lobbying rackets around.

    But Margin Call can reveal Joyce and his new chairman Richard Goyder have called an urgent review of the current membership list.

    We can confirm the Chairman’s Lounge membership of controversial independent Queensland Senator Fraser Anning is now officially under review, following his comments on the weekend after the terrorist attack in Christchurch.

    Couldn’t happen to a nicer bloke.

    Oz

  67. Fat Tony

    struth
    #2962592, posted on March 18, 2019 at 2:54 pm
    Southwark, SA’s green death.

    My Grandpa used to buy long necks of the crud.
    Tough bloke, or insane, take yer pick.

    You’d have to be brought up on the stuff.
    Bit like that Norwegian rotten tinned fish – an acquired taste

  68. Tom

    If i was designing a candidate to shift support to mass immigration, Muslims and anti-gun interests, he would act exactly as Anning has.

    Correct.

    He may have strong views, but he is a political idiot who will end up causing the opposite of what he is campaigning for. He’s Pauline Hanson without the laser-focused political instinct that has kept her relevant in politics for 30 years.

  69. Police have revealed that one of the people restraining #eggboy is Neil Erikson who terrorized the Anglican Parish of Gosford church last year. There is a warrant for his arrest in NSW.

  70. Top Ender

    So only certain people who Alan Joyce approves of get to use his free perk?

    Get back to making your airline cheaper to use; accessible for ALL Aussies, not just eastern state city dwellers, and more efficient, Mr Joyce.

  71. bespoke

    he is a political idiot who will end up causing the opposite of what he is campaigning for.

    A troll? Taken literally this is what he wanted.

  72. Infidel Tiger

    Can’t believe Anning went to a gun show on Sunday.

    Can’t believe the organisers didn’t chase him off with some buckshot.

  73. Mark A;
    I stuffed up the post on the Me109 and octane ratings.
    mea culpa.
    Apparently Germany was delivering 100 octane fuel to the Luftwaffe from the start of the war until the end.
    I’ll hunt down the link that told me otherwise.

    Strike 2.

  74. Fat Tony

    Infidel Tiger
    #2962601, posted on March 18, 2019 at 3:03 pm
    Can’t believe Anning went to a gun show on Sunday.

    Can’t believe the organisers didn’t chase him off with some buckshot.

    Thing is, even my grandson (17) knows about Anning. He wasn’t too keen on him snotting the 17 year old (for obvious reasons).

    Nobody in my immediate family knows about the bloke in charge of the Australian Conservatives – old whathisname. Or even the Aust Con Party for that matter.

  75. Leigh Lowe

    Percy Popinjay

    #2962514, posted on March 18, 2019 at 1:21 pm

    Wow man, Beta O’Rourke’s poetry is like, spectacularly bad.

    I so want him to win the Dem nomination.
    The entertainment value of watching The Orange One reduce the Beto Beta to tears would be yuuuuge.

  76. dover_beach

    It isn’t the amount of people in a country that keeps it wealthy, it’s the politics and the amount of freedom it allows.
    That’s why, with a relatively small population compared to, say, India, the United States was a powerhouse and a bigger market .

    True, but you went from talking about declining birth rates to population size. The US for most of its history would have had birth rates easily above replacement. They were double in 1919 compared to what they are now. A declining birth rate spells disaster in a generation or two as the demographic shape of society is transformed.

  77. win

    Has our One eyed media .condemed the killing and sent condolences to the families of the 120 people who were massacred by Muslim militantsin Nigeria?

    The group allegedly split into three set fire to the villages then shot them as they escaped the flames.

    Are we to accept with out question that those who do not convert to Islam will be killed with as much brutality as possible and with young women and girls of child bearing age in the UK fair game?

  78. Tom

    I’d vote for Fraser

    Lots of Queenslanders — especially in the bush — will now vote for Anning to stick it up the political establishment, who don’t represent them.

  79. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Thing is, even my grandson (17) knows about Anning. He wasn’t too keen on him snotting the 17 year old (for obvious reasons).

    What does your grandson think about hitting a man, who’s nearly 70, from behind, in the first place?

  80. jupes

    But Margin Call can reveal Joyce and his new chairman Richard Goyder have called an urgent review of the current membership list.

    How lame is western society these days. Virtue signalling fuckwits.

    Qantas have called for an urgent review of Fraser Anning (and of course told the press about it). Why don’t they just ban Anning straight away? Why the need for pretence? They’re going to do it anyway.

    BTW it would be interesting to find out how Qantas treated the Grand Mufti after he blamed the west for Islamic terrorism.

  81. cohenite

    Neil Erikson who terrorized the Anglican Parish of Gosford church last year.

    You dickhead; I mean you really are a piece of shit.

  82. feelthebern

    How long until yarragrad declares the right hand lane on all city roads is reserved for electric vehicles and the rest can crawl along in an eternal traffic jam?.

    Libs, Labor, Greens yearn for that.
    Driving around HK there are (or were) roads, lanes, bridges for approved vehicles.
    Buses, cabs, government vehicles.
    All metro pollies should be forced to use public transport.
    That would ensure the buses, trains, ferry’s all run on time.

  83. Fat Tony

    Tom
    #2962611, posted on March 18, 2019 at 3:12 pm
    I’d vote for Fraser

    Lots of Queenslanders — especially in the bush — will now vote for Anning to stick it up the political establishment, who don’t represent them.

    I’ll vote for Anning – at least he is upsetting all the right people.
    And fuck the rest of the virtue-signalling wankers who’d happily have us all under Sharia law.

  84. Baldrick

    He may have strong views, but he is a political idiot who will end up causing the opposite of what he is campaigning for.

    +1
    Leftards should be left to making up fake news, not hoisting so-called right-wingers with their own petard.

  85. feelthebern

    The HK road I’m referring to is on the way to Lantau.

  86. mh

    He may have strong views, but he is a political idiot who will end up causing the opposite of what he is campaigning for. He’s Pauline Hanson without the laser-focused political instinct that has kept her relevant in politics for 30 years.

    Pauline Hanson was elected to the HoR serving from 1996 to 1998, then remained in the political wilderness until 2016 when she became a Federal Senator for Qld.

  87. notafan

    A declining birth rate spells disaster in a generation or two as the demographic shape of society is transformed.

    Yes it does.

    Over 40% 50% of the population too old to work, have to be supported by the rest financially as well as looked after physically is clearly a disaster for any country.

  88. Fat Tony

    Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
    #2962613, posted on March 18, 2019 at 3:14 pm
    Thing is, even my grandson (17) knows about Anning. He wasn’t too keen on him snotting the 17 year old (for obvious reasons).

    What does your grandson think about hitting a man, who’s nearly 70, from behind, in the first place?

    He does that to me when we have a go (I’m 66 this year) – he knows it’s the only way he can beat me.

    Seriously though, he empathises with the 17 year old cos he is the same age and didn’t think getting a smack in the mouth and having 3 big blokes hold him down was fair “just for an egging”.

    We had a spirited discussion on how Anning could have known straightaway it was an egg and not something toxic. I also reminded him of the 15 year old who shot Curtis Cheng (?) from behind.

  89. None

    Nothing wrong with Southwark bitter.

  90. Cohenite,
    How about if your question was : who would you vote for ? Fraser Anning or Malcolm Roberts. In theory won’t they be competing for a spot with each other.

    Not heard much about him recently but I presume Roberts will be on ticket for ON coming election.

    Regarding FA he is getting a huge amount of publicity. My thoughts are that his tweet would have been best said later on and not as his first reaction to a horrific event no matter what his thoughts on Muslim immigration.

    If true, probably not a good look to be accompanied by a wanted person. I accept that he probably did not know.

    Has anybody analysed the 1 gazillion who have signed the petition against FA ? No way that many from Oz.

  91. Siltstone

    If Qantas wants to beome a openly political player, supporters of Senator Anning could paste stickers saying “Vote for Fraser Anning” in Qantas In-Flight Magazines and throughout the aircraft whenever they fly Qantas.

  92. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    “just for an egging”.

    That’s what happens when you bring an egg to a fist fight.

  93. None

    It was the Gosford Anglican who identified Neil Erikson not the police.

  94. Speedbox

    Southwark, SA’s green death.

    My mates and I would drink it by the bucket load. From my recollection, back in the early/mid 70’s, there was precious little choice as interstate beers were not always available and were rarely ‘on tap’ (partly because the SA Brewing Co owned lots of pubs in SA). Not that we minded – you kind of grow accustomed to it – but by today’s standards it’s definitely an ‘acquired taste’. (having said that we thought VB was crap).

  95. Eyrie

    As for Anning going to a gun show, he’s a competitive pistol shooter. We sure have some snowflakes here. What happened to “always escalate”?

  96. Fat Tony

    None
    #2962625, posted on March 18, 2019 at 3:25 pm
    Nothing wrong with Southwark bitter.

    You certainly are a twisted sister.
    So what did they sell up here in the 1970s? Cans of Southwark Horse Piss?

  97. None

    Brett W I posted on the old thread that the petition was a classic case of astroturfing and it unfolded exactly as I predicted. And no, no journalists has actually even analysed the content of the petition or just who signs it. If you go there you can sign up with a fake name and make all sorts of comments and do that over and over again. The Sydney Morning Herald article which was among the first to appear has all these quotes from professors but if you look carefully none of those pertain to this petition and none of them actually question who is signing it. Remember to that the petition is effectively demanding that we lose our democratic right to boot people out of parliament through the ballot box.

  98. Fat Tony

    Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
    #2962628, posted on March 18, 2019 at 3:25 pm
    “just for an egging”.

    That’s what happens when you bring an egg to a fist fight.

    The little fuck was lucky he didn’t bring an egg to a gun fight.

  99. Speedbox

    And XXXX was for nancy boys.

  100. notafan

    It stands to reason that if a particular brand of beer is still on the market that quite a few people like the flavour.

  101. Infidel Tiger

    A declining birth rate spells disaster in a generation or two as the demographic shape of society is transformed.

    Indeed.

    Can I also point out how many commentators on this forum are unmarried and childless… the future is for those who participate.

    The enemy of the good is the perfect. Just find a gal or guy who is 70% of what you want. I know my wife did.

  102. Fat Tony

    Speedbox
    #2962631, posted on March 18, 2019 at 3:27 pm
    Southwark, SA’s green death.

    My mates and I would drink it by the bucket load. From my recollection, back in the early/mid 70’s, there was precious little choice as interstate beers were not always available and were rarely ‘on tap’ (partly because the SA Brewing Co owned lots of pubs in SA). Not that we minded – you kind of grow accustomed to it – but by today’s standards it’s definitely an ‘acquired taste’. (having said that we thought VB was crap).

    In the late 1960s & into the 1970s, in Toowoomba (& prob the rest of Qld), there were basically 2 beers available – XXXX and Carlton.

    Now I walk into places like Dan Murphys and see all the Australian and foreign beers available and wish it had been like that when I was young.

  103. Speedbox

    A declining birth rate spells disaster in a generation or two as the demographic shape of society is transformed.

    Fathered 4, so I’ve done my bit.

  104. Fat Tony

    notafan
    #2962637, posted on March 18, 2019 at 3:30 pm
    It stands to reason that if a particular brand of beer is still on the market that quite a few people like the flavour.

    Yeah – but it doesn’t mean it’s any good.

  105. bespoke

    Birth rate will match emerging technology over time. It’s not the only factor but its a feature not a bug.

  106. None

    My dad tells me that when they used to put out a couple of long necks for the garboa at Christmas, the garbos preferred Souhwark instead of West End. My dad also brewed his own beer -the whole boil barley and hops deal, we cleaned bottles for him – and also made his own wine so I grew up appreciating anything remotely potable. You’re all a bunch of woosEs.

  107. Infidel Tiger

    But Margin Call can reveal Joyce and his new chairman Richard Goyder have called an urgent review of the current membership list.

    Muslims barely worry me.

    Corporatism sure does.

    Alan Joyce is a bigger threat to our way of life than any jihadist ever will be.

  108. Infidel Tiger

    My dad tells me that when they used to put out a couple of long necks for the garboa at Christmas, the garbos preferred Souhwark instead of West End.

    Both should have been put in the bin.

  109. None

    I tell all the boys and their young lasses that the most radical thing that they can do is to get married, stay married and have a big family.

  110. Fat Tony

    Infidel Tiger
    #2962638, posted on March 18, 2019 at 3:32 pm
    A declining birth rate spells disaster in a generation or two as the demographic shape of society is transformed.

    Indeed.

    Can I also point out how many commentators on this forum are unmarried and childless… the future is for those who participate.

    The enemy of the good is the perfect. Just find a gal or guy who is 70% of what you want. I know my wife did.

    Yeah, for the first husband, then 70% of 70% for the next, then 70% of 70% of 70% for her I.T.

  111. Mater

    Fathered 4, so I’ve done my bit.

    Two that I know about. 😉

  112. notafan

    Yeah – but it doesn’t mean it’s any good.

    It is a matter of subjective taste

    good and bad don’t come into it really

    for the record, anyone that eats boiled cabbage is twisted.

  113. Speedbox

    Adelaide had two primary beers. Southwark and West End Draught. If you wanted anything else, you had to hunt for it and be prepared to pay a higher price.

  114. 1735099

    You dickhead

    Obviously any comment (even if it is a simple statement of fact) that’s not Katallaxy Korrect*, attracts ad hom abuse. Erikson works for Anning. Whether he’s on any sort of retainer is not clear, but he is present at Anning’s meetings, as observed and reported from time to time.

    Far right activist, Neil Erikson, who was involved in the gang-tackle, shouted at the organisers to remove reporters.

    (Paul Sakkal – The Age – March 16, 2019)
    You need to do something about this, Sinc.
    Banning gratuitous abuse would be good start.
    It would lift the tone.

    *No definition necessary. Think “politically correct”.

  115. Infidel Tiger

    for the record, anyone that eats boiled cabbage is twisted.

    Delicious with gravy.

  116. Fat Tony

    Speedbox
    #2962653, posted on March 18, 2019 at 3:38 pm
    Adelaide had two primary beers. Southwark and West End Draught. If you wanted anything else, you had to hunt for it and be prepared to pay a higher price.

    Is that how they processed all the bodies down there?
    Some one recently stated that 1 in 12 South Australians is a mass murderer.

  117. Chris

    Alan Joyce is a bigger threat to our way of life than any jihadist ever will be.

    As long as you wear his broken black ring you have nothing to fear.

  118. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Some one recently stated that 1 in 12 South Australians is a mass murderer.

    South Australians have two pass times – interbreeding and serial killing.

  119. sfw

    I have six wonderful kids, though I do wonder if they’ll ever be able to buy a house in Melbourne.

  120. MatrixTransform

    (even if it is a simple statement of fact)

    NumptyDumpty’s idea of ‘fact’ is cutting and pasting somebody elses opinion
    …from twitter.

    he’s a tough egg that fella

  121. mh

    Eyrie
    #2962632, posted on March 18, 2019 at 3:27 pm
    As for Anning going to a gun show, he’s a competitive pistol shooter. We sure have some snowflakes here. What happened to “always escalate”?

    Always escalate refers to being an anonymous person on a blog arguing with another anonymous person that is of a Left persuasion. Shits and giggles only.

  122. JC

    A declining birth rate spells disaster in a generation or two as the demographic shape of society is transformed.

    Is it? How is this calculated without making any allowance for potentially extended western lifespans and the possibility that medical science makes great inroads into extending life making some illnesses a thing of the past?

  123. struth

    True, but you went from talking about declining birth rates to population size. The US for most of its history would have had birth rates easily above replacement. They were double in 1919 compared to what they are now. A declining birth rate spells disaster in a generation or two as the demographic shape of society is transformed.

    Good argument, but as I think I said above, with technology now and actual real jobs (that we don’t have now) we have over employment of excess population via subsidy.

    Most of the workforce going to work in Australia are doing unnecessary made up jobs to satisfy unnecessary bureaucracy, itself massive and when put together, with all the extra employment required to get a one man job done even in the private sector, due to OH&S etc.
    A Trump style minimisation of regulation would see thousands and thousands of unnecessary jobs become redundant.
    Therefore, a combination of a declining population and less regulation would, at this point in time, leave those on the productive side of the economy, (I think it’s down to about a coupla hundred people now) not needing to be taxed up the kazoo to pay for unnecessary human life in unnecessary employment.

    Then, that would instantly be followed by a boom from reduced taxation, on the productive side of the economy, where those productive people who could then afford to have kids, would have real work for them to go to.

    You don’t need constant population growth to maintain wealth if you have decent government.

    You get increased population naturally, if you have decent government anyway.

    They’ve taxed us into not reproducing.
    And then they have the audacity to bring in people who want to kill us and take over, as substitutes.

    It’s actual genocide.

    Right now, our economy would be better with a smaller public service, you’d all agree with that, but you state we need to keep the population growth in a positive direction.
    Not in Socialism, that’s my point.
    Not when the productive taxpayers are outnumbered vastly by the non productive.

    I think about how many kids I would have loved to have had, and if I’d been able to keep half the taxes I’ve paid in my life, I would have had many more if I could.
    I always wanted a little girl.
    I would have had more kids, but I had to go away and work too hard to give it mostly to the government, so I didn’t have anymore.
    How many of you would have had more kids if you didn’t have to work such long hours to make ends meet, due to heavy taxation?

    How many more men would have loved to have dived into a marriage and family if not for the fear of the family court, and other Marxist social factors.
    If due to heavy taxation, both partners did not have to work?

    And they blame us for their actions regarding immigration?

  124. stackja

    Nov.-Dec., 1917] SECOND CONSCRIPTION REFERENDUM 415
    https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/C1416947
    On this occasion, the form taken by the campaign in opposition was anti-Hughes as well as anti-conscription. The Prime Minister was assailed with the most vehement fury.
    When he was on his way back from Brisbane, a crowd rushed the railway platform at Warwick (November 29th), where supporters of his cause had gathered to hear a few sentences from him while the train waited at 3 o’clock in the afternoon An opponent threw an egg of indubitable antiquity, which just missed Mr. Hughes, but a second from the same source broke upon his hat. A returned soldier threw himself upon
    416 AUSTRALIA DURING THE WAR [Nov.-Dec, 1917
    the egg-thrower, whereupon the station platform became the scene of a fierce fight. Fists and sticks and a varied assortment of missiles gave emphasis to the cries of rage. Mr. Hughes was in the centre of the disturbance, from which he at length emerged disheveled, with bleeding knuckles testifying to his personal participation in the melee. When Mr. Hughes asked the police officer in charge to take action against his assailants, the officer ( Senior Sergeant Kenny) refused to do so. Upon Mr. Hughes repeating his request as Attorney-General of the Commonwealth. the sergeant replied that he recognised the laws of Queensland and would act under no other. The Prime Minister then attempted to address the crowd, the policeman appealing to it to give him a “ fair and square deal ” ; but after these sensational occurrences nobody was in the mood for listening to a speech.
    Mr. Hughes despatched a strongly-worded telegram to the Premier of Queensland, Mr. Ryan, blaming the police at Warwick for the inadequacy of their arrangements and their indifierence towards the chief instigator of the disturbance, who, it was alleged. after being ejected from the platform, was not placed under arrest, but permitted to return and resume the offensive. Mr. Ryan, in a frigidly polite letter, expressed his regret, and his hope that Mr. Hughes had not suffered any personal injury, but added that a preliminary enquiry showed that “ the affair was not so serious ” as Mr.Hughes’s telegram indicated. But Mr. Hughes was satisfied that the police at Warwick had inclined in sympathy towards the unruly crowd. He therefore intimated his intention to form a Commonwealth police force. The very few officers subsequently engaged, however, could never have prevented so unexpected an occurrence as the unfortunate Warwick incident.

  125. Dr Fred Lenin

    Just been thinking about renewables and want to ask my learned friends on catallaxy a couple of questions .
    First ,what is the expected life span of a windmill? And do they create less power as they age ?
    What is the lifespan of solar panels ? And do they create less power as they age ?
    Also at what wind speed do windmills have to be switched off at to save burning out the generators ?
    I am sure our resident experts will know the answers .
    Catallaxy a font of practical knowlege .

  126. Lilliana

    Anning is an idiot – right sentiment but his timing is disastrous. What was he thinking? He should have called out the shooter for the unhinged murderous nutjob that he is and left the rest for another time. As someone else mentioned, he has achieved the opposite of what he probably intended.

  127. None

    struth

    #2962362, posted on March 18, 2019 at 10:08 am

    Good Moaning.
    Calm down None.
    Anning is a man talking straight.
    I can handle what he said, it’s called his opinion.
    Even if I don’t agee with it, or I do.
    Why do you seem so focussed on what he said, in comparison the entire MSM and political class immediately (before the bodies are cold) denouncing right wing politics, which it had nothing to do with, and white supremacy (which actually it isn’t because he only wanted white survival) and immediately have his name out there, where his family are from, what colour his jocks were.

    So there you go, struth is having a hissy fit because I focused on what Fraser Anning actually said not atruth’a aging white supremacist’a imagination. I mean look at you all on this thread today. A bunch of aging white men carrying on like fisherman’s wives but with far less common sense and about all the bravado of an ant wetting itself. Strength you want to give lectures about women and their emotions and here you are chucking a nanna because I dressed what Anning said and you want to be about the feelz.

  128. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    Is it? How is this calculated without making any allowance for potentially extended western lifespans and the possibility that medical science makes great inroads into extending life making some illnesses a thing of the past?

    hello! anybody home? doesn’t matter what the extended lifespan is, we are not immortal, sooner or later the older generations will die off and leave far less people behind. Japan will lose two thirds of its population by the end of the century. by mid century 40% will be over 65.

  129. Infidel Tiger

    extended western lifespans

    I take issue with this stat.

    Yes we are living longer, but I see no proof we are living better.

    An 80 year old now is still as decrepit as an 80 yo a century ago, it;s just that medicine can keep him alive longer.

  130. Snoopy

    Is it? How is this calculated without making any allowance for potentially extended western lifespans

    I love the way people assume this extended life span will be as a thirty year old.

  131. 1735099

    The Commonwealth Police Force (instituted by Billy Highes after the Warwick egg incident) actually lasted only two years, and had, at its peak, 50 members, mostly in Queensland.
    Hughes was worried about Irish Nationalism.
    One interesting irony is that the tussle between PM and Queensland Premier re-emerged years later when Whitlam was PM and Bjelke Petersen Queensland, but with roles reversed.
    Queenslanders have always been politically different, and are to this day not understood by southerners.
    We are inherently regional. The origins of this lie in the fact that Qennsland was settled from a number of different coastal centres outward, not from one only, which was the case in NSW and Victoria.
    In Queensland, the east-west rail links were completed before the north-south link.

  132. As for Anning going to a gun show, he’s a competitive pistol shooter. We sure have some snowflakes here. What happened to “always escalate”?

    +1

  133. bespoke

    An 80 year old now is still as decrepit as an 80 yo a century ago, it;s just that medicine can keep him alive longer.

    60 year old’s look like 80 year old’s we have now back then.

  134. struth

    To explain it simply, in a Struth lead government.
    Basically pause all immigration except absolutely vital skills required.

    Attack regulation viciously, taking red and green tape as much away as possible.
    Lower taxes substantially and attract investment with business friendly law.
    All the right wing stuff.
    As the burden is removed from the private sector and they can afford to start families, they will.

    We don’t need population growth, right now anyway, we need population transfer.
    From non productive (public) to private sector.
    And we could do quite well with a lowering of population at the right time in that process.

    The dumb Liberals never think of this.
    They come in and make themselves the bad guys by (well they used to anyway) by sacking the public service and they’d all scream blue murder.

    The way to do it is to entice them into the private sector…..a population transfer to input population from expense population.
    They should have got the private sector going by tax relief and regulation withdrawal and then as employment was needed in that sector, minimised the public sector.

    People would be having wealthy fun lives and breeding like rabbits before you knew it.
    Simples.

  135. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    It’s actual genocide.

    Correct it’s white genocide. The leftist elite won’t stop till the only thing left to rule over are easily manipulated barbarians. Whites are smart, feisty and have real grit.

    We are all that stand in the way of their “socialist utopia”.

  136. zyconoclast

    Qantas orders urgent review of Senator Fraser Anning’s Chairman’s Lounge membership

    Qantas boss Alan Joyce is generous when it comes to making sure our federal parliamentarians travel the skies in comfort.

    Joyce gets creamed*, bans the old bloke from Qantas flights.

    Anning gets egged, Joyce bans Anning from the Chairman’s Lounge?

    This alone should make Queenslanders vote for Anning.

    *Normally Joyce encourages this type of behaviour.

  137. notafan

    Look what happened when the LNP tried to raise pension eligibility to age 70.

  138. struth

    So there you go, struth is having a hissy fit because I focused on what Fraser Anning actually said not atruth’a aging white supremacist’a imagination. I mean look at you all on this thread today. A bunch of aging white men carrying on like fisherman’s wives but with far less common sense and about all the bravado of an ant wetting itself. Strength you want to give lectures about women and their emotions and here you are chucking a nanna because I dressed what Anning said and you want to be about the feelz.

    When you are fuming, your spelling and phrasing is nearly as bad as mine.
    Can you please try again.

  139. JC

    I love the way people assume this extended life span will be as a thirty year old.

    You can’t make wild guesses into the future about demographics without allowing for something like lifespan extension.

    That’s similar to the bullshit Gerbil warmers spin. They add up the costs and ignore the benefits of gerbiling and also pay no heed to adaptation, while also not taking into account the likely possibility of more advanced technology.

    Don’t be a gerbiler on demographics.

  140. Infidel Tiger

    Look what happened when the LNP tried to raise pension eligibility to age 70.

    They got what they deserved.

    That was a stupid policy.

  141. pete m

    IT, your wife settled for 50% you and 20% for your sperm (God knows why), if truth be known.

    No woman ever loves more than 50% of a man, because the rest she wants to change.

  142. JC

    An 80 year old now is still as decrepit as an 80 yo a century ago, it;s just that medicine can keep him alive longer.

    The operative word in “now”. We have no ability to tell the future in the medical field, but I would take a gentleman’s bet with you that in 80 years time people will be both living longer and in much better condition.

  143. None

    Suddenly the Herald Sun is telling us that there are no lone wolves anymore. God you can predict this lot.

    Well said Liliana. Anning is an idiot. They are dating him now and he’s just dogging a bigger hole.

  144. Snoopy

    Joyce is an example of the all too common spiteful poof.

  145. notafan

    didn’t family sizes start to plummet with the pill in the 1960s long before taxation was a huge issue and the family court even existed ?

  146. notafan

    All very well IT but people might be living longer (they already are) but they aren’t working longer, in fact they are working less than they were a hundred years ago, aren’t they?

  147. Bear Necessities

    Some one recently stated that 1 in 12 South Australians is a mass murderer.

    South Australians have two pass times – interbreeding and serial killing.

    You can have a barrel of fun in South Aussie!

  148. Elle

    Struth, you constantly post about women’s emotions here; yet you post loooooooong posts full of eeeemotion. Your eeeemotions are ok and acceptable?
    Oy!

  149. Speedbox

    South Australians have two pass times – interbreeding and serial killing.

    It certainly was a weird place ZK2A.

    I have mentioned a number of times in the past that I relocated my family and I to Brisvegas many years ago but I can say that it was disturbing growing up and raising a family in SA when the Beaumont children, Monica Schiller, Joanne Ratcliffe and Kirsty Gordon, Truro murders, Stevenson, Richard Kelvin, Snowtown etc were all occurring.

    As kids, we used to hitchhike around town and when I think of that now, it makes me shiver with the realisation of what could have happened. That was in the late 60’s through to the early 70’s when assorted weirdo’s were (now) known to be active. Subsequently, there was also the Magistrate, Peter Liddy, who had been cornering and buggering kids with his mates since the early 80’s.

    Don’t know about the interbreeding – but I will acknowledge there were a lot of disturbing stories going around.

  150. zyconoclast

    Joyce is an example of the all too common spiteful poof.

    How rude is this Leo Veruca?

    Gay Irish Prime Minister Delivered Pro-LGBTQ+ Speech to Mike Pence

    “I stand here, leader of my country, flawed and human, judged by my political actions, not by my sexual orientation, my skin tone, or religious beliefs,” Varadkar said in the speech, captured by The Guardian. “And I don’t believe that my country is the only one in the world where this is possible. It stands in every country where freedom and liberty are cherished. We are, after all, all God’s children. And that’s true of the United States, as well. The land and home of the brave of the free. Where the promise of America inspires boys and girls all over the world to dream big dreams. And inspires others around the world to do the same.”

  151. struth

    didn’t family sizes start to plummet with the pill in the 1960s long before taxation was a huge issue and the family court even existed ?

    But Ironically not down to below replacement, which is all that matters really.

    Western women got a choice, a real choice for the first time, unlike our Muslim women who must breed for Allah as a life’s mission.

  152. JC

    didn’t family sizes start to plummet with the pill in the 1960s long before taxation was a huge issue and the family court even existed ?

    The rate of birthrate decline in nearly all predominant Muslim countries is unprecedented. We’ve never seen a decline of this magnitude before. Iran is now at 1.68 kids! Iranian sheilas were lobbing out 6 freaking kids apiece ~30 years ago.

    The biggest problem for Muslim countries by 2050 will be old folk and no ability to take care of them. I would take a bet that global charities will come on stream by then to take care of geriatric old folk in muslim countries.

    People here need to stop fretting like anxious, squealing teenage gals.

  153. dover_beach

    Women had ‘real choice’ before the pill.

  154. JC

    In the Oz and just disgusting.

    Irresponsible, ugly politicking
    Chris Kenny

    If One Nation’s leader Pauline Hanson cannot take a stand against Fraser Anning, then we can only hope its days are numbered.

    I don’t care much for either Anning or Hanson, but what does Hanson have to do with Anning in terms of taking a stand against him?

    When has any leftist ever taken a stand against their military/vigilante wing _ antifa or other like minded extremists.

    Fuck Kenny.

  155. notafan

    Oh give it a rest strut, it takes two to make a baby.

    What’s your excuse?

  156. dover_beach

    People just don’t want to deal with the demographic problem facing Western societies.

  157. notafan

    Maybe JC

    but they do seem to come here, and to the west in general, and have huge families

    or is that just a stereotype?

  158. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    didn’t family sizes start to plummet with the pill in the 1960s long before taxation was a huge issue and the family court even existed ?

    But Ironically not down to below replacement, which is all that matters really.

    Correct, it dropped below replacement in the 70s when gender equality kicked into high gear and abortion was legalised in the US. We are now 50 years into the death spiral, which takes 20-30 years to pull out of.

  159. Infidel Tiger

    Women had ‘real choice’ before the pill.

    If I was a man about town who thought of sheilas as nothing but pieces of meat to masturbate into, I’d invent the pill and preach sexual liberation theory.

    I’m sure it would work and those dumb bints would fall for it.

    And just in case, I’d also promote abortion as a very healthy lifestyle choice.

  160. struth

    Struth, you constantly post about women’s emotions here; yet you post loooooooong posts full of eeeemotion. Your eeeemotions are ok and acceptable?
    Oy!

    Please state where I was emotional?
    Stating I was furious with the PM was the last emotional response.
    I stated I was furious with him, which I am.
    However, the difference being is what we can so obviously see is behind the comments made by women sometimes.

    Case in point.
    None didn’t say she was upset with Anning, she just called him all sorts of stupid.
    She could have said that she was upset with Anning and of course we would get that.
    But the only reason for her to be upset with Anning is fear and cowardice and a willingness to not give the left something to go to town on.
    Female traits.
    It affected her overall judgement of the situation, and needed to be called out, and I did.
    I put reason for my calling it out above, I’m not going to repeat myself, however I stand by every word.

    You never back down to lefties who scream the loudest the more the truth is spoken.

    There is a reason there were mostly girls on the Climate marches, and you may just have to accept that you beautiful creatures sometimes let emotion rule your thinking, and that is a beautiful thing.
    In it’s place.

    Which is in the kitchen.
    Other than that, it’s all highly enlightened, seriously intellectual and intensely factual and interesting comments I was making, coming from a very calm yet forthright position.

  161. Mark A

    None
    #2962625, posted on March 18, 2019 at 3:25 pm

    Nothing wrong with Southwark bitter.

    Now you’re being controversial for the sake of it.

  162. notafan

    exactly IT and it has taken women about sixty years to start figuring that out that the sexual revoluation hasn’t worked out very well

    still haven’t figured out the solution

    milo loves quoting female unhappiness stats by the decade, they continue to plummet, along with the birthrate

  163. Infidel Tiger

    milo loves quoting female unhappiness stats by the decade, they continue to plummet, along with the birthrate

    I know very few women who actually want to work full time. Even the childless ones would rather be home with their cats and labradoodles.

    Most would like to be able to raise the kids and work part time, but instead we have governments desperate to keep them out of them home and a taxation system and property market that all but prevents them from being able to stay home.

    Very sick society.

  164. Cassie of Sydney

    JC
    #2962705, posted on March 18, 2019 at 4:32 pm
    In the Oz and just disgusting.

    Irresponsible, ugly politicking
    Chris Kenny

    If One Nation’s leader Pauline Hanson cannot take a stand against Fraser Anning, then we can only hope its days are numbered.

    I don’t care much for either Anning or Hanson, but what does Hanson have to do with Anning in terms of taking a stand against him?

    When has any leftist ever taken a stand against their military/vigilante wing _ antifa or other like minded extremists.

    Fuck Kenny.”

    Agree 100%…I have just read Kenny’s disgraceful piece and my blood is boiling. I am seriously thinking about my subscription to the Oz after the hysteria of the last few days. I subscribe to read Albrechtsen (who has written a very good piece today), Oriel, Newman and a few others but this piece from Kenny is sanctimonious drivel. Agree JC…fuck Kenny and fuck The Australian.

  165. rickw

    So, who here would vote for Fraser Anning?

    Definitely!

  166. struth

    The rate of birthrate decline in nearly all predominant Muslim countries is unprecedented. We’ve never seen a decline of this magnitude before. Iran is now at 1.68 kids! Iranian sheilas were lobbing out 6 freaking kids apiece ~30 years ago.

    All their studly young men have moved to the west to ra-pe western women instead.

  167. struth

    Kenny is a lefty pretending to be right wing, as I have said here before.
    He just does the “stirring up shit ” routine and ends up contradicting himself and looking like the tosser he is.

  168. While the US President was busy backing in a commentator who equates the hijab with treason, the New Zealand Prime Minister was quietly donning a headscarf to visit stricken Muslim communities.

    Annabel Crabbe – 18.03.19
    Nicely put

  169. None

    Kenny is usually strong on terrorism and border control and in everything else he’s wetter than wet. He did work for Alexander Downer after all and as he said he once voted for the nuclear disarmament party. Man we’ve all done stupid things when we’re young but I was never that stupid.

  170. mh

    cohenite
    #2962498, posted on March 18, 2019 at 1:03 pm
    So, who here would vote for Fraser Anning?

    Yes, and I live in Qld.

    You can give me a how to vote card if you like, but I want Anning first and the Uniparty last.

  171. None

    Not being controversial Mark A. Southwark bitter is a bitter, a completely different type of beer then an ale, for example. It was a popular beer certainly for my father’s generation. It was either Southwark or West End. Coopers was around of course but Cooper’a was for.stout.

  172. mh

    Numbers quotes Annabel Crabb on the Cat.

    What a tool

  173. rickw

    As for Anning going to a gun show, he’s a competitive pistol shooter. We sure have some snowflakes here. What happened to “always escalate”?

    +1

    Exactly.

    These two are only “related” because Government has spent the last 40 years desperately trying to establish a relationship. Focus on the tool rather than the individuals actions, never discuss the reality of the individuals objectives being met by other means (bombs, driving vehicles through crowds etc.).

    Without a “related” crisis, Gun Control, disarming the peasants, is a dead duck.

  174. mh

    struth
    #2962731, posted on March 18, 2019 at 4:55 pm
    Kenny is a lefty pretending to be right wing, as I have said here before.
    He just does the “stirring up shit ” routine and ends up contradicting himself and looking like the tosser he is.

    Stop being correct all the time.

  175. None

    I’m no fan of Pauline and as you all know I’m no fan of Fraser Anning but they can take whatever stand they like and we the people will judge them and Kenny can go f*** himself. He’s such a pretentious twat at times, a real moralizing drone. Kenny couldn’t keep his own marriage together and yet he thinks he knows how to keep a country together

  176. Snoopy

    the New Zealand Prime Minister was quietly donning a headscarf to visit stricken Muslim communities.

    Annabel Crabbe – 18.03.19

    Anyone want to bet that Ardern’s office didn’t give prior notice to the media?

  177. Overburdened

    Imagine my chagrin that not only have I not heard back regarding my offer of the OBM course with a bonus session for the clown child, I read in the gutter press that he is now being bestowed with gifts and ‘cool stuff’.
    The word hero was used in the report.
    People are fucked in the head.

  178. Overburdened

    Apologies if this has already been mentioned.
    Also, I want ‘cool stuff’ too.

  179. bespoke

    And the dial goes up.

  180. Overburdened

    The roar of the cultural appropriation grievance collective is overwhelming.

  181. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From Eyrie at 1:31 pm:

    “The darkness of totalitarianism is descending over our country. It has already done so over New Zealand. The rest of the western world is not far behind.”

    Too right – New Zealand is hiding behind drawn curtains today, afraid to venture out … waiting to be dragged out.

    I attempted to post the report below, by the ABC in 2015, detailing the role the Christchurch mosque had in preparing and dispatching enthusiastic cannon fodder for the Middle East shooting games. The NZ based blog owner messaged me with apologies for not posting, noting an environment of extreme caution in publishing anything provocative anywhere in NZ during the next little while.

    From Socrates at the Pub at 2:12 pm:

    “Here’s a source.”

    People really ought to know that this place was not a haven for soft and cuddly, gentle death cultists, but that is forbidden.

    Prime Minister Uncle Buck couldn’t wait to get his shoes off and go to church yesterday and Class Monitor Why the Long Face cannot walk more than five yards before clutching a passing freedom sacked muslima to hug and pat, pat, pat.

    These mongrels have got us on the run alright.

  182. MatrixTransform

    What a tool

    incapable of original thought he squeezes of another cut’n’paste.

    a genuine Knight Exemplar

  183. None

    I don’t have an issue with Ahearn in a hijab. She’s the Prime Minister of New Zealand and I think she’s done a pretty good job of leading the country through this crisis without hysterics. If she was going to visit a mosque to console mourners then at this time in this place it was the most appropriate thing. Christians would be appalled if she rocked up to a Cathedral with a strapless number and a mini, something which seems to evade our fuckwitted celebrity class when they attend funerals here. That is why Annabel Crabb would never call out her colleagues and other members of the chattering class for their lack of decorum and respect at Christian funerals here. So while we can ignore Annabelle Crabb’s grubby jejeune swipe at Trump – she is just an antf*** her after all who thinks the hijab is an exotic fashion accessory – you can still give credit to Ahearn where it is due.

  184. Snoopy

    Eggboy – Young Australian of the Year 2019

  185. Helen

    Syd brothers on trial over plane bomb plot

    By Margaret Scheikowski
    Australian Associated Press
    An hour ago March 18, 2019

    Two Muslim brothers plotted to bring down an Etihad flight out of Sydney with a bomb hidden in a meat grinder, a jury has been told.

    When the plan was aborted, they then plotted a lethal poison gas attack involving members of the public being exposed to the substance in a confined space, prosecutor Lincoln Crowley QC said in the crown opening address on Monday.

    Khaled Mahmoud Khayat, 52, and Mahmoud Khayat, 34, have pleaded not guilty in the NSW Supreme Court to conspiring – between January 20 and July 29 in 2017 – with their brother Tarek in Syria and another person to do acts in preparation for, or planning, a terrorist

    act.

  186. Fat Tony

    Snoopy
    #2962764, posted on March 18, 2019 at 5:17 pm
    Eggboy – Young Australian of the Year 2019

    Snoop – i thought it was “Egg boi”

  187. bundyrum

    Cassie the Australian paper is a lefty rag, I am sure you have said before you were going to cancel, shit or get off the pot.

  188. Christians would be appalled if she rocked up to a Cathedral with a strapless number and a mini

    Citizens would be appalled if she rocked up to parliament with a strapless number and a mini.
    The PM is expected to act dress and deport themselves, in a statesman like manner.

    Not in exotic fancy dress.

    Just as well for her that the killings weren’t at a Nudist Colony.

  189. rafiki redux

    Roger at 12.56
    Julie Bishop’s “conservative” replacement has nominated climate change as a key priority.
    LOL. What’s she going to do about it?

    Well, she could say “Given the futility of windmills and solar, the only feasible solution is nuclear power”. She won’t of course, but it could be interesting if someone did.

  190. Arky

    Just as well for her that the killings weren’t at a Nudist Colony.

    ..
    Just as well for us.
    Have you seen her?
    Like a half starved donkey.

  191. mh

    Jacinda has never missed an opportunity to wear Muslim garb.

    https://goo.gl/images/SqNRbu

  192. None

    Socrates she’s a Kiwi so it’s up to Kiwis to judge her but if you want to judge her for dining a hijab for a couple of hours – a very tokenistic gesture given she still had her chest exposed – then you’re probably the same sort of antfucker that Annabel Crabb is.

  193. Just as well for us.
    Have you seen her?
    Like a half starved donkey.

    I’ve a feeling Ardern would look pretty good in the nuddy.
    We had Gillard.
    I could actually climb into Ardern, multiple times per night/day, so could most blokes I know.

  194. Old Lefty

    If the NSW police try to extradite Neil Erikson for terrorising a church, will he try to get out of it by arguing that VicPol don’t arrest people for burning churches down?

  195. MatrixTransform

    I’ve a feeling Ardern would look pretty good in the nuddy.

    Ardern and Occasio-Cortex are actually twins separated at birth.

    They sent the smart one to the US

  196. mh

    Just an observation,

    Queenslanders and a lot of the NSW commentators on this site appear to have remained consistent with their values and viewpoints over the last few days.

    Whereas so many others are throwing their skirts over their heads and soiling themselves.

    We’re doooomed!

  197. Old Lefty

    ZK2A and Speedbox remind is that dalliance with kids (boys in particular) was an organised sport among the political and legal elites in Adelaide for years. An old work colleague had a cousin whose son was caught up in it (she really did contract the marriage from hell), and the mother could never get the police to do anything.

    We could also recall the Malcolm Fox case, which went right to the heart of the Left establishment; non-custodial sentence, of course.

  198. Nick

    the New Zealand Prime Minister was quietly donning a headscarf to visit stricken Muslim communities.
    Annabel Crabbe – 18.03.19

    The difference lies in how the Leftist media would view someone who wasn’t their darling, doing the same thing. With Adern, it’s interesting to see the fawning adjectives used by the media, a sure sign that journalism has moved beyond simple reporting.

  199. Old Lefty

    Michael Smith has reminded us that VicPol prosecuted someone with the full force of the law for throwing an egg at Gillard in 2010. That great intellect Fatty Ashton would probably say that consistency is a virtue for small minds.

  200. struth

    I don’t have an issue with Ahearn in a hijab. She’s the Prime Minister of New Zealand

    Think harder and clearer None.
    Maybe you should.
    I’m not going to say civilizational ignorance, but would you expect the PM of Australia to rock up to an aboriginal community wearing a red nappy?

    Maybe Chamberlain should have put on a Nazi Uniform when meeting Hitler in Germany.

    And nobody including Muslims would want to see mini skirts and strapless, yet they are more welcomed in a Christian church than a mosque.
    The fact that a leader of a western country , as a woman, dons a hijab to go into anywhere is a disgrace.
    An absolute disgrace.
    If she couldn’t go in without wearing this paternalistic crap, she should not have gone in.
    Symbolism is very important and unfortunately men understand power, and that’s all Muslim men understand.
    Seeing the leader of a free western nation donning a hijab or a scarf to show subordination to the sand monkeys there, and you agreeing with it, again shows the level of subordination that women seem to think is fine.
    I disagreed with the stick insect doing it, even in their countries.
    If they want to treat ministers of other countries in a subordinate manner, she should not have gone.

    It isn’t.

  201. Infidel Tiger

    I’ve a feeling Ardern would look pretty good in the nuddy.
    We had Gillard.
    I could actually climb into Ardern, multiple times per night/day, so could most blokes I know.

    Internet is a strange place.

  202. None

    Darlings go easy on Bucky Beaver in a hijab. I want her to set the precedent for Penny Wong and Tanya Plibersek. Nothing would be more amusing than seeing the lista sistas donning the ultimate symbol of patriarchal oppression.

  203. Overburdened

    All arms of the State are guided by the philosophy of Marx the other one.

    I have principles, and if you don’t like my principles, I have others.

  204. jupes

    Maybe Chamberlain should have put on a Nazi Uniform when meeting Hitler in Germany.

    Trudeau would have.

  205. Overburdened

    Or something like that

  206. None

    Well we’re pretty glad we don’t know you Socrates or the men that you hang about with but thanks for telling us why women find you repulsive and why you’re still a virgin.

  207. Dr Fred Lenin

    Just reading breitbart interesting. Muslims have killed 130 Christian Nigerians this month but thats not news to msm Trump caused the NZ massacre with his racist attitude ,that is msm news .
    Ocasio Corsets poularity poll crashes through the floor peopke have gone right off her ,the msm says “we dont talk about that”. Very selective the global communist fascist stenographers are ,shades of 1960s Pravda and Izvestia there is no news in the truth and no truth in the news ,as the socialist opressed Russians used to say .

  208. struth

    I could just see Margaret Thatcher being told to wear a bloody Hijab!

  209. chrisl

    I think Socrates is a virgin several times overv

  210. Confused Old Misfit

    Trudeau would have.

    Trudeau in lederhosen doing the Schuhplattler!
    An image not soon forgotten!

  211. calli

    Not quite a hijab.

    It’s called respect, guys. And kindness.

  212. None

    “egg boi” is one of the unverified gofundme accounts that has raised about $40,000 so far. Someone is making a killing from all the lemmings. There are others reporting to raise money for egg boy but this one seems to have gotten the most attention. Think about it for a moment : someone is exploiting the murder of 50 Muslims for economic benefit on the back of someone assaulting an Australian senator. What was it that Sinclair was saying about violence?

  213. mizaris

    Has our One eyed media .condemed the killing and sent condolences to the families of the 120 people who were massacred by Muslim militantsin Nigeria?

    The group allegedly split into three set fire to the villages then shot them as they escaped the flames.

    Are we to accept with out question that those who do not convert to Islam will be killed with as much brutality as possible and with young women and girls of child bearing age in the UK fair game?

    Nah…black lives don’t matter.

  214. Knuckle Dragger

    I would here like to remind those present of one of the great truisms of life.

    A man marries a woman in the belief she will never change, but she does.

    A woman marries a man in the belief he will change, but he doesn’t.

    Here endeth the lesson. Draw your own conclusions, people.

  215. struth

    Not quite a hijab.

    It’s called respect, guys. And kindness.

    Your not really equating the two, are you Calli?

  216. dover_beach

    didn’t family sizes start to plummet with the pill in the 1960s long before taxation was a huge issue and the family court even existed ?

    But Ironically not down to below replacement, which is all that matters really.

    Correct, it dropped below replacement in the 70s when gender equality kicked into high gear and abortion was legalised in the US. We are now 50 years into the death spiral, which takes 20-30 years to pull out of.

    I don’t understand why people think that there is no relationship between the pill/contraception appearing and being normalized in the 1960s and the sexual/ gender revolutions kicking into high gear in the 1970s. You would not have had the latter without the former which is why contemporary feminism is prepared to die in a ditch to protect contraception and abortion.

  217. Overburdened

    It is my duty to report that Mr Anning is a cats paw for Harold Holt who, as has been outlined before, did not drown at Cheviot Beach but was picked up by a Chinese mini sub and taken through the Artesian system to his secret base under Ayre’s Rock.
    Anning’s mission is to precipitate a crisis so that Harold and his race of Super Ozzie’s, bred under laboratory conditions and funded by profits from the sacred vegemite plantations, can come into the light and lead the nation to a bright and shining future.
    The reclusive Holt was reported to have said, ‘When I’m running the show, Chips Rafferty movies will be compulsory viewing’.

  218. Aldrydd

    Is it me, or is this getting ridiculous… I feel for the victims, but honestly, history is history…

    The Crusaders (Canterbury rugby union team) are thinking of changing their name in the wake of the shooting 🙁

    https://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/rugby-champion-crusaders-considering-a-name-change/news-story/4e38295080f6589cf18fcecfefcf7d0d

  219. Harlequin Decline

    zyconoclast
    #2962719, posted on March 18, 2019 at 4:42 pm

    That is consistent with my understanding so far but has new information that Boeing will sell an optional package for an additional AoA sensor and warning light for disagreement between the AoA sensor in use and the additional one.

    Optional?

    Begs the question how many of the delivered 737 Max have this optional package and is this the additional sensor fix Boeing are rumoured to be considering?

  220. Knuckle Dragger

    Ardern’s sheet-wearing will rightly be seen by Muslims worldwide for what it is.

    A display of surrender.

    You won’t ever hear them say that, though.

    If she were any type of livestock you’d put it down on sight.

  221. calli

    Why not, struth?

    They are both worn out of respect for religious mores.

    I believe both women have been dignified in their response. What would you have? A boofhead bareheaded baggage flouncing around people in their moment of grief?

    Even I have covered my head out of respect when the occasion warranted it.

    You, of course, can do as you wish.

  222. Arky

    It’s called respect, guys. And kindness.

    ..
    Changing your dress or behaviour in the face of totalitarianism isn’t kindness.

  223. calli

    What I find more disturbing is the reading of the Koran in a Grafton church.

  224. amortiser

    How long until yarragrad declares the right hand lane on all city roads is reserved for electric vehicles and the rest can crawl along in an eternal traffic jam?.

    When I get pulled up by the commissars for driving in the electric lane, I will say that my car identifies as electric. If I can identify as female even though I have my tackle; if I can identify as aboriginal even though I am Caucasian, how can I not identify my car as electric?

    Drive on, miss, have a nice day!!

  225. struth

    Ardern’s sheet-wearing will rightly be seen by Muslims worldwide for what it is.

    A display of surrender.

    You won’t ever hear them say that, though.

    If she were any type of livestock you’d put it down on sight.

    And somehow, magically, call me psychic, but I can just tell………………..I have this gut feeling, that KD is a bloke.
    That’s your difference in reaction right there none, and the reason I pull you up.

    I wish you weren’t like it, but you keep proving to us you are.

    Civilisationally ignorant.

  226. mizaris

    Vastly amused that the muzzies will be horrified by this outpouring of CHRISTIAN prayers, flowers, singing and music. Anathema, as these things generally are to the muz.

  227. twostix

    Internet is a strange place.

    Nevermind it’ll be regulated so as to be like free to air TV shortly.

  228. calli

    Okay struth. KD is a bloke. Yay.

    Now tell me what is wrong with this.

    They are both worn out of respect for religious mores.

  229. Knuckle Dragger

    A lot of the snivelling around social media on Junior Teary Egg Child seems to be about his age.

    Eg, ‘But but but he’s 17. A child, a mere strip of a lad. How could this happen to him’ and so on.

    One, he didn’t have a sign around his neck that said ‘I am 17. Please threat me as an eight year old and by the way I have an egg, not a breakable ricin container’.

    Two, these are people the Green want given voting rights.

    Three, I know plenty of 17 yo boys (and girls, for that matter) who could easily take down the average man in the street. Having his teeth embedded in his shoulder blade could have been the best thing to have happened to him.

    The lad’s delusion was well summed up by having a crack back at Anning after the egging, clearly unaware of potential subsequent events that would have Mr Junior Hampton 2019 in tears, on national TV.

    He is, and should be, a national laughing stock.

  230. Elle

    but this piece from Kenny is sanctimonious drivel. 

    I use to like Kenny until he bagged out areff because of areff’s brilliant piece on the ABC in 2017.

  231. Confused Old Misfit

    Not quite a hijab.

    It’s called respect, guys. And kindness.

    There is something in the Christian Bible about women’s hair being covered before The Lord or when in the Temple/Church. I think that came from The Torah.
    The hijab is, therefore, cultural appropriation.
    As far as I an recollect there is not, as a general rule, a biblical Christian tenant requiring a head covering to be worn at all times when in public.
    I believe there are some sects (Amish?) that do hold to this practice.

    Margret Thatcher was of a generation that wore a hat and gloves to Sunday service.
    I wonder if Ardern would pay the Pope the same courtesy?

  232. twostix

    If One Nation’s leader Pauline Hanson cannot take a stand against Fraser Anning, then we can only hope its days are numbered.

    One nation will see a bump upwards at the next election.

  233. calli

    Eggboi yoof had a swipe at Anning after scrunching that egg into his head and being clipped.

    He clearly wanted more.

    He got his wish.

  234. struth

    Why not, struth?

    They are both worn out of respect for religious mores.

    I believe both women have been dignified in their response. What would you have? A boofhead bareheaded baggage flouncing around people in their moment of grief?

    Even I have covered my head out of respect when the occasion warranted it.

    You, of course, can do as you wish.

    Now we see why I accredit this to women and to not none specifically.

    See KD comment, calli.

    She is PM of a western country first, and female second.
    Or she should be.
    KD and most men here get this one point, but yyou women don’t it seems.

    Unfortunately what you see about the optics of this as a dignified response is totally irrelevant.
    It obviously seems that it’s going to be good for the female vote, but the message that it sends to the rest of the male dominated muslim world is pathetic.
    And that’s more important.
    Your civilisation first.
    Looking good in front of other women, a very distant second.

  235. Knuckle Dragger

    Jeez.

    Tried to keep it secret, but I think I sorta tipped people off during the great Circumcision Blog Massacre (Debate) of March 2019.

    I have a penis. Don’t judge me, people.

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