Open Forum: December 8, 2018

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  1. Oh come on

    But blood eventually broke into his lungs and after days of coughing up smaller clots, the patient hawked up the famous one.

    Classy reporting by the ABC here. “[T]he famous one” was a 15cm long blood clot that he coughed up “during an extreme bout of coughing in hospital”. Good times. He died a week later aged 36.

  2. Leigh Lowe

    Is Hilary President yet?

  3. .

    So saith Judge m0nty, twelve jurors m0nty and executioner m0nty. LOL to borrow a phrase.

    Ambition makes you look pretty ugly.

  4. When you start reading your legal arguments straight from the Mafia playbook, you are headed for disappointment.

  5. Oh come on

    Oh dear lord dot has broken out the Radiohead.

  6. Rae

    the patient hawked up the famous one.

    Classy reporting by the ABC here.

    Far too precious. “Hawked up” is perfectly correct terminology for what that patient did to expel that clotted mass from his lungs. And “the famous one” to describe the clot is too indelicate for you? Sure, Hun.

  7. Oh come on

    Hurry up and die, Grigs. You won’t be missed.

  8. .

    When you start reading your legal arguments straight from the Mafia playbook, you are headed for disappointment.

    …and we note Cortez backtracked.

    The US Code is the Mafia playbook? This anarchist turn is a Damascene conversion, surely?

  9. Oh come on

    m0nts is in full-scale denial.

  10. Rae

    …and we note Cortez backtracked.

    Not exactly “backtracked”. Just clarified that she, as an individual freshman congresswoman, didn’t have the power to subpoena anyone. Sorta left it hanging there that others do.

    So, what say you folks about this as a possible indictable “denial of civil rights” action:

    during a news conference a day after the November election, the President threatened that if the Democrats investigated him, he would have the Republican-led Senate investigate them. “I think I’m better at that game than they are,” he said.

  11. Rae

    I’m not even here!

    And you’re not there either. Not any more.

  12. .

    Rae throws off the last vestige of “conservatism”. It’s okay for the left to threaten Trump.

    It isn’t okay to punch back.

  13. Muzzlehatch

    I noted the Ungulate de la Morte going spastic over… Ememy is in the Gates ™.. a week or so ago with just the lack of decorum that spoke to a deep understanding of the situation.

    For myself I have formed a view of the current shredded state of darling old Western Civ that has included some residential education subsequent to a short course in the limitations of Common Law when pitted against Electoral expedience.

    Loud expostulations will get you no where. Keep your heads down and your powder (should you be fortunate enough to possess such) dry.

    Don’t fraternise with the Enemy. Think Viet Cong. If you can’t manage that extempore then scoot over to Vietnam. The little yellow chaps will be only too happy to relay back to you what they learned from us in Nui Dat. Plus the markets are engrossing. Vietnam is a b0rll Tosser of a holiday destination. You will be amazed at what you can pick up.

  14. cohenite

    Which one of these trolls was on its death-bed, or was it both of them.

  15. Rae

    Dot. I think it’s ok for any American to exercise their First Amendment right to free speech. Even the PGiC.

  16. .

    Rae#2881307, posted on December 8, 2018 at 9:49 pm

    Dot. I think it’s ok for any American to exercise their First Amendment right to free speech. Even the PGiC.

    You also think the right can’t punch back and had to concede that Cortez backtracked.

  17. JC

    How ironic, Heinrich. You’re like the troll traffic warden here. This ownership you’ve taken over a right of centre, libertarian leaning blog is a strange position for a Paulin Henson voter,

  18. Rae

    Who “had to concede that Cortez backtracked”? Not me. I said otherwise just a couple or three comments ago.

  19. JC

    Gools

    Bug eyes is a fucking moron with the mouth that does all the thinking for her.

  20. Rae

    a fucking moron with the mouth that does all the thinking

    I bet you have that in your CV.

    Who is “Gools”?

  21. Mark A

    Muzzlehatch
    #2881304, posted on December 8, 2018 at 9:44 pm

    Vietnam is a b0rll Tosser of a holiday destination. You will be amazed at what you can pick up.

    Yes, that’s why I give it a wide berth, don’t want to pick up any nasties.

  22. mh

    All you need is the Infowars headline:

    CORTEZ THREATENS DONALD TRUMP JR. WITH SUBPOENA OVER MEME

    A meme 😂

    And here it is

    😂😂

  23. JC

    I bet you have that in your CV.

    Who is “Gools”?

    Why would I Gools? I’m not a moron like bug eyes who tells the country they can make it to 100% renuinables in 10 years without any pain. Thinks it’s economically possible to spend US$32 trillion over a decade on a single payer system which has almost zero deductibles and believes the Bolivarian revolution was a good thing because it created equality in Venezuela. This is a woman who reached her zenith as a waitress.

    Get back in the basement and go check to see if your latest victim is still alive, you appalling moron.

  24. Rae

    I’m not a moron like bug eyes

    No. As morons go you’re unique. One of a kind.

    Who is “Gools”?

  25. bespoke

    Please Sinc can you ban “LOL”

  26. Muzzlehatch

    WRT Occasional – Cortez; you guys just so don’t get it. You snap and yap away like Maltezee – Shitzus at the merest wriggle aluded to by the Lugenpresse. A shuffle .. a crescendo of yapping .

    The finger points to the Moon whilst the farmer gazes at the finger.

    The farmer gets the prediction of the mood of CNN towards the withholding of whifferdill from the populace but fails to predict that which cannot be spoken of. Trump 2016. Berlin Wall. Froggies eschew ni66er drug dealers flipping the finger and going full Artistic Juskxtopositon with thier pulsating prime minister. Those pics to me looked like a shiv incoming. What was Macron thinking? France is now all tres chic for that fa99ot stuff. Well maybe it is?

    When I was last in Provence trad women still had a lot going for them and were generally given the nod for thier efforts.

  27. JC

    Gools, stop playing the same game as Topper Rones pretending you don’t know who gools is. It’s stupidly deceitful. No one falls for it.

  28. bespoke

    It answers to Gools then asks Who is Gools.

    He!!

  29. Muzzlehatch

    Mark A
    #2881316, posted on December 8, 2018 at 9:58 pm

    I put that stupid twist in the tail of my post just as a “conversational booo000rl bounce ” My Mother was my saviour when it came to teaching me the Art of Conversation.

    Always leave the subject in question quivering tantalizingly for the next player to feel themselves becoming involved and appreciated. Over to you Champ.

  30. Rae

    Moron. Keep quiet. I’m trying to watch the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.

    Go find “Gools”, whoever she/he is.

  31. H B Bear

    The idiocy is strong tonight.

  32. JC

    Topper Rones does eggsactly the same thing.

  33. JC

    Rae
    #2881328, posted on December 8, 2018 at 10:17 pm

    Moron. Keep quiet. I’m trying to watch the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.

    Go find “Gools”, whoever she/he is.

    Which one are you dreaming about trying up in the basement?

  34. JC

    Don jr made a joke of about socialism putting dogs at risk, but it wouldn’t be far from the truth with what is happening in Venezuela.

    It’s truly shocking. The country with the largest proven oil reserves in the world sees its people hankering for dog meat.

  35. Monty, Cortez has already walked backed from her comments after misunderstanding Congressional powers. Which makes it all even funnier.

    No mh, she explained them for people who were too dumb to understand her the first time. Are you one of those?

  36. JC

    No mh, she explained them for people who were too dumb to understand her the first time. Are you one of those?

    Oh, I get it, so the threat wasn’t really a threat threat. It was just a threat.

  37. Snoopy

    The footage shows the criminals, Rayshaun Perkins and Deshon Pennyman, entering Cleveland’s Prodigy Cuts barbershop with their guns drawn and then getting the shock of their lives from not one but both barbers they were attempting to rob.

    Somehow I think Rayshaun and Deshon were never going to be rocket scientists.

  38. sdfc

    Probably the only decent speech given in the WA parliament this year.

    The guy can carry a tune.

  39. Oh, I get it, so the threat wasn’t really a threat threat. It was just a threat.

    It’s only a threat if Junior thinks he’s dumb enough to walk into a perjury trap.

    Or, you know, if he’s guilty as sin.

  40. Snoopy

    Monty, your frantic posting has failed to distract us from the reality that your vaunted Friday Mueller hammer was a complete bust.

  41. Steve trickler

    The French cops bring in the police dogs for a cameo appearance.

    Dickheads. …. and now they are retreating.

    It is escalating.

  42. JC

    Explain how it wasn’t a threat, Fatboy.

    To any normal human being, bug eyes threatened him with subpoena bombs for making fun of her ideology. But according to you it wasn’t a threat threat, but just a teeny weeny threat.

    As I said though, its really not that funny because in that socialist paradise of Venezuela, they really are eating dogs.

  43. mh

    American Entrepreneurs Who Flocked to China Are Heading Home, Disillusioned
    Worsening costs, taxation, tech transfer and regulation prompt foreign-owned businesses to throw in the towel

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/american-entrepreneurs-who-flocked-to-china-are-heading-home-disillusioned-1544197068

  44. What’s the threat, JC? That Junior is going to get called to speak about something which he says is a nothingburger? What’s the big deal?

    Unless he’s guilty, in which case it’s a real threat because he’s dumber than his father and can’t even blame dementia.

  45. Muzzlehatch

    Only reason I lurk here is because you guys aggregate news feeds. Some of you are engaging on a glimmer. Mostly you aren’t but that is not important. The exchange of information unencumbered by a hopelessly impenetrable foam over from the Lugenpresse. Not perfect but best we can do in a storm.

    That is the draw. Cats politics remain mercifully impenetrable.

  46. P

    Today is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception.

    In Sydney today at 12 noon a Mass was celebrated at St Mary’s Cathedral to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Laying and Blessing of the Foundation Stone of this – second – St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney, in 1868 by Archbishop John Bede Polding.
    The Mass has been recorded on youtube and facebook.

    I am thinking now of Paris and praying that there will be no bloodshed on this feast day.
    I am mindful of the fact that only 12% of France are now considered ‘highly religious’.

  47. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Somehow I think Rayshaun and Deshon were never going to be rocket scientists.

    I’m remembering the stupid Canute who was arrested at gunpoint, waving a shotgun, outside the doors of a bank in Perth, a few years ago. The shotgun wasn’t loaded, but the fool was trying to rob a bank that didn’t open its doors for another forty minutes.

  48. JC

    I have noticed that Junior here has a habit of posting nonsense about me whenever the Mueller investigation heats up. Please, keep it coming Jr – it’s definitely a “very, very large brain” idea to troll a member of a body that will have subpoena power in a month. Have fun!

    Yea, you’re right, Monst. It’s just a tiny little threat. That’s all. You fat, hallucinating twat.

  49. mh

    As I said though, its really not that funny because in that socialist paradise of Venezuela, they really are eating dogs.

    And cats

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/news/video-1552731/Hungry-homeless-woman-eats-CAT-busy-street-Venezuela.html

  50. Snoopy

    What’s the threat, JC? That Junior is going to get called to speak about something which he says is a nothingburger? What’s the big deal?

    Unbelievable.

  51. Muzzlehatch

    JC and Monst are petit bourgeois. A trip to Vietnam will give you the opportunity to hit poolside defrag. Get to realise there is not much that separates us as Round Eyes. Vietnam is a great place to have your views confirmed.

    Diversity Macht Frie..

  52. JC

    I’m remembering the stupid Canute who was arrested at gunpoint, waving a shotgun, outside the doors of a bank in Perth, a few years ago. The shotgun wasn’t loaded, but the fool was trying to rob a bank that didn’t open its doors for another forty minutes.

    I’m remembering this bilge, suggesting we can’t distinguish who’s stupider.

    Ummm, no, Dad. Since you’re now gone, I can tell you it was your oldest son who dropped one of the .303 blanks you had in a tin in the shed into the bin. Father, now that you have been gone all these years, I can reveal which of your sons it was who tried to shoot a crow, with a .303 rifle, and shot a hole in the house rainwater tank in the process. It wasn’t your eldest son – the prodigal son, the one who you said would never come to any good – it was your favourite son, the son you were grooming to run the whole enterprise, and who fucked off East, and left the prodigal son to run the whole matter. Rest in peace, Dad

    Rones always has a “topper” story to tell. Always.

  53. Oh come on

    Trump is so right to blow off the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Look at this shit show, where journos pretend they don’t hate GOP Presidents for a couple of hours.

  54. JC

    Muzzle

    I’ve been to Vietnam.. north and south, but I can’t quite make out what you’re trying to tell us.

    I don’t quite get your stupid post other than stretching out to indirectly inform us you’re a ‘vietnamophile’. What’s your point, doofus?

  55. Makka

    Watching France24 Live and they report that Plod is creating a cordon so that yellow vesters have to be searched before going into the protest, many thousands of them reported. Very peaceful, no police confrontations but lots of positive energy. The cordon is taking out the antifa type trouble makers so the actual protest is not violent or confrontational at the moment.

    Live and in English;

    https://www.france24.com/en/live

  56. Oh come on

    Muzzle, you are talking a bunch of crap. What the hell are you trying to say??

  57. Muzzlehatch

    JC
    #2881359, posted on December 8, 2018 at 11:07 pm

    My point is that this idiotic Monty for doubles playing jolly old knock it of a the net to score one for team Lefty in the Great Game. This Cultural Marxism we so coddle and obsess over in the West is a joke to the rest of the planet.

  58. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Rones always has a “topper” story to tell. Always.

    Go to bed, you silly old bugger. You’re drunk again, and raving on about “Rones/Roonery/Rocket” again. It’s not a good look.

  59. JC

    Rones

    Should we ask the readership, which name they prefer? Rones is good, but I’m really warming to Topper.

  60. Yea, you’re right, Monst. It’s just a tiny little threat. That’s all.

    Trump threatens people in tweets every day. The entire right shouted LOCK HER UP for months and months. Dish it but you can’t take it from a young girl? Bit of shush, old man.

  61. JC

    Trump doesn’t threaten people everyday. He’s the nation’s chief law enforcement officer and he believes Crooked and her associates along with Comey and Co. committed serious crimes. As the chief law enforcement officer he is quite within his rights to speak up and tell it how it is.

    Bug eyes is the congressional rep from the Bonx. From the Bronx! She made the subpoena threat because jnr was making fun of her – suggesting socialism causes people to eat dog meat. It’s true, they are eating dog meat in Venezuela, so it’s funny in a sort of very unfunny sort of way.

  62. JC

    Is the president the chief law enforcement officer?

    Yep, he sure is.

    Annotation 16 – Article II

    No act of Congress, no act even of the President himself, can, by constitutional possibility, authorize or create any military officer not subordinate to the President.

    He’s the big honcho, Fatboy. Elections have consequences.

  63. She just pushes all your buttons, doesn’t she. She should sell tickets to the real estate in your heads.

  64. Muzzlehatch

    The way you pervs deal with Monty can best be compared with a contingency of convicted middle aged [email protected]× offenders with little to do that would expand thier horizons but much care as to ” coming to grips with a perky Lefty” ..

    More like a bunch of middle aged pedo in jail when all of a sudden a 25 year old prisoner with mild Downs Syndrome gets introduced to the food. .. Best chops forward Chaps.

  65. The military is not law enforcement, JC.

    Also, Trump is not the Fuhrer.

  66. Don’t you live in SE Asia, Muzzlefuzzle? No wonder your analogies involve old pervs. Have another G&T old chap.

  67. JC

    All cabinet members and federal employees are below the president and are all at-will hires. That’s what the annotation says, you big moron.

  68. Colonel Crispin Berka, King's Fusiliers Corps.

    Watching the yellow jackets live in Paris on youtube.

    Someone in the crowd just started making baa-ing sheep noises.
    Can’t tell if that was jeering the yellow jackets or some protestor frustrated at the herd making no progress.
    Funny anyhow.

  69. C.L.

    Donald J. [email protected]

    16m
    The Paris Agreement isn’t working out so well for Paris. Protests and riots all over France. People do not want to pay large sums of money, much to third world countries (that are questionably run), in order to maybe protect the environment. Chanting “We Want Trump!” Love France.

  70. JC

    His trolling Macron is unreal. Macron annoys the shit of the orange fuck and I reckon it has something to do with him being married to his grandma. He can’t get his head around it.

  71. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Rones

    Should we ask the readership, which name they prefer? Rones is good, but I’m really warming to Topper.

    Should we ask the membership, as to whether someone, busted as a liar on this blog, on June 22nd, 2015, making up shit about someone’s service record, and accusing them of a breach of the Defence Act, shouldn’t be known as “Silly Old Bugger” or “Pathetic Loser” , or banned permanently?

  72. Muzzlehatch

    Again .. I am just a lurker and you guys owe me nothing. I have come to like almost all of you and especially when you are going fe€ing nuts. Great opportunity to compare and contrast and most of you guys are inspiringly intelligent and funny.

    There is a wave coming that will hammer us all. The Death Girrafe shared that glimpse into the coming apocalypse. You guys all put shit on him and called him a drunk and a lunatic. I saw a man .. where one before there was a man and a Red Pill .

  73. Oh come on

    She just pushes all your buttons, doesn’t she. She should sell tickets to the real estate in your heads.

    Not at all. She’s brilliant! I’m a huge fan. Please let her run again in 2020.

  74. JC

    Ask all you want, Topper. Firstly, no one gives a shit, secondly I didn’t lie and thirdly, you had you arse kicked again. On the other hand you have lied about me to the point where the blog owner threatened you with the boot if you ever tried that again, you fucking loser. (Another arse kicking). As I keep saying, you’ve had your arse kicked so many times, you’re eating and shitting out of the same hole. Now go to bed. You’re drunk again.

  75. Infidel Tiger

    Yellow Vests need to be crushed.

    Communists and anarchists now running the protests.

  76. JC

    There is a wave coming that will hammer us all.

    What wave is this. Explain it.

  77. Oh come on

    Should we ask the membership

    No we shouldn’t. Appealing to the mob is a risible tactic and it demeans everyone here. Fight your corner on your own. Speak for yourself.

  78. mh

    Yellow vests clash with black polo necks.

  79. Muzzlehatch

    So in jail , just for you that haven’t enjoyed the experience. Likes of Monty gets to be extremely popular. I am not for a minute promulgating the myth that Australian prisons are fraught with homo rape.

    But rolly polly monties are another matter entierly. Sure he shouldn’t be in jail … but hey he cackled his stinking little backwards fagging man c¥nd.

  80. DrBeauGan

    Infidel Tiger
    #2881382, posted on December 9, 2018 at 12:01 am
    Yellow Vests need to be crushed.

    Communists and anarchists now running the protests.

    Hey, there’s nothing wrong with a bit of anarchy! Anyway, they’re against Micron. And his granny.

  81. mh

    Donald J. Trump
    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    10m
    AFTER TWO YEARS AND MILLIONS OF PAGES OF DOCUMENTS (and a cost of over $30,000,000), NO COLLUSION!

  82. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    On the other hand you have lied about me to the point where the blog owner threatened you with the boot if you ever tried that again, you fucking loser. (Another arse kicking)

    Put up or shut up.

  83. Muzzlehatch

    Likes of Monty rejoice in innocent men being convicted just to keep his goats cheese triangle suburb free of irksome conservative manual workers. Yes ghastly little oinks that they are. But things get more higher mathmatic for the likes of Monty when it becomes needful that he become “All things to all Men” ..

  84. bespoke

    The cordon is taking out the antifa type trouble makers so the actual protest is not violent or confrontational at the moment.

    Cheers Makka I don’t like mob violence.

  85. JC

    What does that even mean, Topper? You’re so low wattage.

  86. Muzzlehatch

    OCO .. What is it about my narrative you belive is twisted by my lack of objectivity and in need of a good … pretend PozHabitat. Away. Like it is just a figment. .. ?

  87. Steve trickler

    Yellow vests showing remarkable restraint at the moment.

    Good to see.

    Intermission music.



  88. Muzzlehatch

    When innocent men get sent to jail then the shame is on them huh? If they are exonerated by the Supreme Court then best they shut up because it might embarrass tax hoovering feminazis.

  89. JC

    This is a pretty big story. Sounds like the science side of fusion is complete. It now looks like the engineering side comes in and puts the science puzzle together. The first fusion reactor by 2025. We’re looking at the reality of cheap and abundant clean energy in 20 to 30 years.

    The big problem with fusion was the magnetic field and the material to be used. This now seems to be found.

    The development of unlimited, carbon-neutral, and safe energy through nuclear fusion is expanding around the world, and scientists at the Atomic Energy Authority in the United Kingdom (AEA) have recently cleared one more key hurdle to making it a commercial reality: exhausting gas that’s hotter than the Sun. The hot plasma created during fusion power generation needs to cool down as it’s being used, but at its extreme temperatures, there aren’t any materials available to withstand the heat. Now, that problem appears to have been solved.

    The AEA team’s answer to the heat issue is a “sacrificial wall” design which will require replacement every few years. Plasma will be moved down a path within its fusion generator’s holding device to cool it slightly before coming into contact with a specially designed wall for the remainder of the cooling process. However, even at a lower temperature, the heat will degrade the wall’s integrity over time and need to be changed. With the first nuclear fusion reactor set to turn on in seven years, AEA’s fusion exhaust system may be one of the developments that keeps it on schedule.

    It’s said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and recent fusion energy developments show that sentiment’s considerations don’t remain within the bounds of Earth. At about 90 million miles away, our Sun is essentially a fusion reactor in the sky, its large size creating enough gravity to force atoms together at its core and release massive amounts of energy. Artificially reproducing the conditions needed for this kind of generation is tough, but the attempt has been going on since the 1960s. The AEA is representative of one agency in a global endeavor.

    The most advanced nuclear fusion project today is ITER, the International Nuclear Fusion Research experimental reactor in southern France, which hosts scientists from 35 countries dedicated to achieving the first ever positive fusion energy production. Their device is called a “tokamak”, and its structure is something like a flattened donut (torus) encapsulated by rings of powerful magnetic coils. The magnetic fields generated by the coils both suspend the plasma created by extreme heat and squeeze the plasma into a small space to create the fusion reactions. ITER is scheduled to turn its reactor on in 2025.

  90. JC

    Fusion looks like its a goer and both major parties here are pushing ruinables.

  91. JC

    You may intensely dislike Tesla cars, but FMD, the electronic capability is just head turning. As far the electronics go, it leaves every other maker for dead.

    https://www.news.com.au/technology/innovation/motoring/hitech/tesla-cars-have-some-cool-new-tricks-with-latest-software-update/news-story/359c15ecf86f157cb5892a16328e3917

  92. Cheap fusion seven years away? They said that seven years ago. And seven years before that. Et cetera.

  93. Muzzlehatch

    OCO .. you tell me to go to bed? What because I am telling the Truth about innocent men winding up in jail? And what jail is like any way. When I got put in jail I changed how it worked to accommodate me . Still sucked. Pity a man like James Fields .. an innocent man. The American Lefty Reevers aim to murder this innocent man and they will rejoice in that achievement.

  94. Pity a man like James Fields .. an innocent man.

    Wow. Still waiting for you to explain that line of reasoning, Muzzleguzzle.

  95. JC

    Muzzle

    Why did you get put in the clink?

  96. Muzzlehatch

    JC
    #2881406, posted on December 9, 2018 at 12:49 am

    It was a rape charge involving a complainant my own age at the time. 45 yoa.

    It was bullshit but I got fucking hammered despite the obvious flaws in the conviction.

  97. Oh.

    The Cat, as always attracting just the best people.

  98. Infidel Tiger

    Tesla’s are like hyper realistic sex dolls. They are the perfect answer to a non problem.

  99. Infidel Tiger

    Man or beast, Muzzle?

  100. JC

    Muzzle

    What happened, explain the details.

  101. JC

    Artie

    Go and have a look at the SUV. Forget it has an electric motor and just go look at the car. The interior is truly incredible.

  102. Given the low rate of reporting and then the low rate of convictions for rape, you probably would have had to rape someone pretty severely to go to jail for it.

  103. Muzzlehatch

    Infidel Tiger
    #2881411, posted on December 9, 2018 at 12:57 am

    Normally your posts are pretty cool. Ask me to choose? I can and have endured and explored the sea. But to my detriment perhaps I am now a creature of the Air.

  104. BrettW

    JC,
    So are you saying the Blog owner keeps you informed of his communications with other forum members ? I seem to recall your previous mentioning of so called actions against Zulu were in relation to another forum member, Brian. Incidentally the warning you previously referred to took place in the very early hours of the morning. Amazing that Blog owner would be communicating with you at such a time. Now you say it was about you. Forgive my confusion but it could be that your dementia is rearing it’s ugly head again.

    You lie so often here you can’t even remember your own BS.

    Even if we believe you it suggests you went running to Blog owner bleating like a little kid. Help me, help me. Strange when we can see you almost daily starting the negative stuff with Zulu.

    Give it a rest. Hard to believe you are a grown man.

    How about you brag again about bullying Jon Faine at school. I mean that is clearly one of the highlights of your life. Up there with seeing Soros crossing the road or something.

  105. Given his posts tonight, I am tipping this rape involved substance abuse. And probably other kinds of abuse.

  106. areff

    Someone take muzzlehatch to the vet and have him put to sleep.

  107. This is an Ocasio-Cortez standard of quote:

    Given the low rate of reporting and then the low rate of convictions for rape, you probably would have had to rape someone pretty severely to go to jail for it.

    You really couldn’t make up this stuff.

  108. JC

    Rooster

    Stop robbing us all of oxygen. Bugger off.

  109. Muzzlehatch

    JC
    #2881413, posted on December 9, 2018 at 1:03 am

    In prison folks nosing like that are the bane of a n00b. And of much else. I am surprised you were so blunt as if I have every motive to exculpate my self and you just grunt for my entire dossier. Perhaps a new venue for you to polish your personality. Engage across cu,rural boundaries. False rape charges are our Strength ™.

  110. That electro-shock therapy seems to have worked a treat.

  111. JC

    Muzzle

    Did you do the entire stretch or did you get out earlier? You can talk, because no one knows who the hell you are, so it don’t matter.

    Dude, the problem is this. It’s generally hard to get a conviction for rape because in nearly all cases it’s a he/she said unless it’s a blatant case like a bloke breaking into a home or dragging a woman off the street. So what happened?

  112. Muzzlehatch

    And if the huddle of you chaps decide I a utterly mental an not the sort of chap that is really a chip’s chap. We tat the f_cking tahhh.. Continue to enjoy Monty’s various orifices.

    Carry on Chaps!

  113. JC

    Muzzle

    Don’t go yet! Answer what I asked.

  114. We tat the f_cking tahhh..

    Liberty Quote!

  115. JC

    STFU monster

    You’re one of a few people here who needs electric shock treatment to the temples. 500 volts for an hour would be barely enough for you, you fat moron.

  116. You are far closer to needing a defib than I, old man.

  117. Muzzlehatch

    JC
    #2881423, posted on December 9, 2018 at 1:20 am

    I do appreciate the respect you showed me and the seriousness of the subject. Not only as it applied to me but to thousands of falsely accused Men today. I have absolutely no inclination to mull over the travesty of Law in my case down wind of the stink of a f£cking mont wreakinvertbrate.

  118. JC

    Monster

    Why are you giving muzzle a hard time about what happened to him. He may be telling the truth – that he was wrongly accused and falsely imprisoned. I wish you were imprisoned, but that’s not part of the argument.

  119. Muzzlehatch is correct.
    False convictions happen all the time.
    This very site was only earlier today discussing such a one.

    Do the cops just plain make stuff up?
    Yes.
    Do the cops just plain make stuff up & put people in jail?
    Yes.
    Do the cops stuff up coz they’re sometimes hopeless, and people end up in jail?
    Yes.

  120. Muzzlehatch

    JC
    #2881423, posted on December 9, 2018 at 1:20 am

    And clearly absent that disgusting little pest. Intelligent conversation can ensue.

    Let’s be clear .. if I were to stitch together a narrative concerning what got done to me I wouldn’t be stupid enough to throw it out on BB on a Saturday night.

    I will always be here.

    Cheers!

  121. Yeah right JC, the gaols are full of innocent men.

  122. Yeah right JC, the gaols are full of innocent men.

    Only the ones who committed very serious rape would deserve to be in there, surely?

  123. Mark A

    m0nty
    #2881433, posted on December 9, 2018 at 1:45 am

    Yeah right JC, the gaols are full of innocent men.

    Definitely not all, that’s just stupid, but I’d say a fair few would be accurate.

  124. Muzzlehatch

    To reilluminate my original theme Monty would be getting it fair up the arse if he were in jail. It is a process. Monty would be too stuipid to see it coming. His conviction would be because he fiddled with a kiddie who was black .. So it would be a Hate Crime as well. But where it gets interesting is likes of clean skins like Monty squeal thier stinking guts out

  125. Alexandria Monty-Cortez, are you a squealer?

  126. Muzzlehatch

    Mark A
    #2881435, posted on December 9, 2018 at 1:49 am

    Mark you are doing great work. We need you to go to jail just to confirm your findings. Rarely do we enjoy the benefit of an intern with your dedication. ..

  127. JC

    Hey, the science of gerbiling is beyond question . It’s real hard buck science and nothing else.

    Where’s Harksie when you need him

    When, in the name of science the IPCC writes things like this — right up front in the executive summary —

    D3.2. …For example, if poorly designed or implemented, adaptation projects in a range of sectors can increase… increase gender and social inequality… adaptations that include attention to poverty and sustainable development (high confidence).

    D6. Sustainable development supports, and often enables, the fundamental societal and systems transitions and transformations that help limit global warming to 1.5°C. … in conjunction with poverty eradication and efforts to reduce inequalities (high confidence)….

    D6.1. Social justice and equity are core aspects of climate-resilient development pathways that aim to limit global warming to 1.5°C…

    D7.2. Cooperation on strengthened accountable multilevel governance that includes non-state actors such as industry, civil society and scientific institutions, coordinated sectoral and cross-sectoral policies at various governance levels, gender-sensitive policies…. (high confidence).

    D7.4. Collective efforts at all levels, … taking into account equity as well as effectiveness, can facilitate strengthening the global response to climate change, achieving sustainable development and eradicating poverty (high confidence)

    This is what the gerbilers are selling.

  128. Muzzlehatch

    If I were Banged up with Monty it would be for definite that Monty was arrested for f$cking little girls during his career move towards sales.. now why when he was inspecting properties was it always about the time children were being let out of school to go home?

    Now tell us again you disgusting piece of filth how James Fields is guilty.

  129. Your Gab makes for interesting reading, Muzzleflash. So you are a convicted rapist, a Nazi and a retired geologist. You’re a one-man axis of evil.

  130. Your [email protected] makes for interesting reading, Muzzleflash. So you are a convicted felon, a Nazi and a retired geologist. You’re a one-man axis of evil.

  131. C.L.

    Donald J. [email protected]

    2h
    The idea of a European Military didn’t work out too well in W.W. I or 2. But the U.S. was there for you, and always will be. All we ask is that you pay your fair share of NATO. Germany is paying 1% while the U.S. pays 4.3% of a much larger GDP – to protect Europe. Fairness!

  132. C.L.

    Looks like Clinton is going to jail:
    Clinton Foundation whistleblowers have come forward with hundreds of pages of evidence.

    Three people have come forward with hundreds of pages of evidence of potential wrongdoing by the Clinton Foundation, including misappropriation of funds and allegations of quid-pro-quo promises made to donors during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state, Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., told Fox News on Thursday …

    The Hill reported Thursday that prosecutors working for [U.S. Attorney John] Huber recently requested documents from a private investigative firm that also has been looking into the foundation. The firm, MDA Analytics LLC, reportedly has contacted the IRS, the Justice Department and the FBI’s Little Rock office with evidence from its own investigation.

    In addition, The Hill reported that a whistleblower submission filed with the FBI and IRS in August 2017 included internal legal reviews that the Clinton Foundation conducted between 2008 and 2011. Those reviews raised concerns about legal compliance and improper mingling of personal and charity business.

    Meanwhile …

    Donald J. [email protected]

    AFTER TWO YEARS AND MILLIONS OF PAGES OF DOCUMENTS (and a cost of over $30,000,000), NO COLLUSION!

  133. Muzzlehatch

    Here is how it would pan out for Monty. Definitley a #meetoo heads up for the filth. Then a colleague who was not accustomed to consuming strong likker would be confused and Monty would explain in a History lesson that distilling alcohol and cultivating cannibis was the “New way forward” ballooning whales a primary industry must be relegated to the past.

  134. Muzzlehatch

    Now Monty the very fact that someone like me hates you’re stinking guts. And not just on a bow tie snot gobbling level? No that has never bothered you before .. just slink along like the … I am OUT.

  135. Cpt Seahawks

    Okaay, backing away cautiously

  136. Muzzlehatch

    Now let’s all settle down. At a certain level a bloke like Monty is going to get a big old “hard shaft” knowing that his people have set a man of a differing tribe up for a lynching. What we Antthoropologusts call a “stiffie” .. an inverterbrate like Monty gets an extra special stiffie knowing that the Nazi who might get the death penalty is actually an innocent man.

    But there you go Monster is as merciful as buggery. I wonder has Monster ever taken a stroll over to Cambodia? He would be right at home there back in the late 70s.

  137. Atoms for Peace

    All the IPCC report needs is a clause to make it mandatory to report xoes own preferred pronouns for climate justice. Xi agree.

  138. mh

    m0nty
    #2881433, posted on December 9, 2018 at 1:45 am
    Yeah right JC, the gaols are full of innocent men.

    Monty, you joined the lynch mob that had Brett Kavanaugh found guilty with zero facts, evidence or corroboration.

  139. rickw

    Recently did some driving on LA’s freeway network, despite heavy rain, Melbournistan’s “road network” still looks like a massive parking lot in comparison. It’s hard to believe just how quickly the communist filth have rooted Australia in every way imaginable.

  140. mh

    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    Watched Da Nang Dick Blumenthal on television spewing facts almost as accurate as his bravery in Vietnam (which he never saw). As the bullets whizzed by Da Nang Dicks head, as he was saving soldiers….
    ….left and right, he then woke up from his dream screaming that HE LIED. Next time I go to Vietnam I will ask “the Dick” to travel with me!

  141. mh

    The trolling is strong:

    Donald J. Trump
    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    3h
    Very sad day & night in Paris. Maybe it’s time to end the ridiculous and extremely expensive Paris Agreement and return money back to the people in the form of lower taxes? The U.S. was way ahead of the curve on that and the only major country where emissions went down last year!

  142. The parliamentary inquiry into the APVMA is concerning.
    Anti chemical campaigners were given lots of time to spew their troglodyte agenda to committee members and treated as if they had real experience or qualifications to speak on chemical safety.
    These “health networks” are in fact but a few committed ideologues, many I have battled in the past and reduced to tears on the floor of conferences as I pointed out the absurdities of their claims.
    I’m not at the inquiry but they are.
    Be very worried for modern agriculture. The feelz are on the front foot and politicians are idiots.

  143. calli

    Yep

    Can’t keep a good God down

    Thanks Tom. The Die Hard memes are a hoot too.

  144. Eyrie

    When it comes to fusion I’m with the late Dr Robert Bussard (inventor of the so far fictional Bussard ramjet for interstellar flight) – Tokamaks are no damn good.
    There are a few poorly funded alternative fusion efforts some of which do not depend on heating a plasma to gazillions of degrees. The problem with that is that the spread of energies of the particles means that a small percentage are at the right energy for the optimum cross section to fuse.
    Bussard’s approach is called IEC ( Inertial Electrostatic Confinement). You can actually buy such devices as neutron generators but they don’t produce more energy than they consume. By replacing a physical material cathode with a cloud of electrons it should be possible. Manipulating clouds of electrons is much easier than manipulating clouds of much heavier ions, we’ve been pushing electrons around in radar tubes for nearly 80 years. The other nice thing is that it isn’t a thermal device and the ions can be tipped in at the right energy for optimum collision cross section to fuse. The REALLY nice thing is that it puts Boron 11 – proton fusion in reach and the energy comes off not as neutrons in D-D or D-T fusion but as 3 helium nuclei. You can slow these with an electric field and the thing looks like a several million volt DC battery.

  145. None

    This is how Orwellisn hings have become. Some f****** inbred African immigrant lawyer works to ban the entry of somebody to Australia because somehow we poor people need protection from something somebody says because we’re too imbecilic to make up our own bloody mind about something that we could probably listen to on the internet. Like how fucked is that lawyer and how f***** is the home affairs department – how fucked is the name even – home affairs l- ike the f****** government has any right to intrude into our lives like that including what we can hear and think and say. Who is that other androvich whatever civil liberties guy who pronounce is censorship as Freedom? God what a fuckwit. No doubt if he were a live 60- 70 years ago he would have been a Nazi collaborator. Seriously we let in every f****** lunatic Muslim hate Preacher and then you get these guys you are just omh tbey’really men and oh my god the f****** lefties wet their pants and our f****** government what government just plays along.

  146. Boambee John

    m0nty
    #2881403, posted on December 9, 2018 at 12:40 am
    Cheap fusion seven years away? They said that seven years ago. And seven years before that. Et cetera.

    So just like unsubsidised ruinables, then?

  147. Boambee John

    Better stick with nuclear, coal, gas and hydro!

  148. Eyrie

    That Teslarati fusion article is confusing and mostly wrong.

  149. egg_

    Is Venezuela a member of PETA – People who Eat Tasty Alsatians?

  150. stackja

    How your suburb is being overtaken by population squeeze
    Ben Pike, Urban Affairs Reporter, The Sunday Telegraph
    December 9, 2018 12:00am
    Subscriber only

    SYDNEY is on the verge of becoming a mini-Tokyo with the population density in at least 23 suburbs now nearly as high as the CBD.

    A Sunday Telegraph special report has found those suburbs feeling the big squeeze include Hurstville, Canterbury, Auburn, Rockdale, Chatswood and Dee Why — already established areas undergoing what experts call the “suburbanisation of density”.

    Ryde, Strathfield, Liverpool, Penrith and Parramatta are other suburbs also facing the same pressures.

    The density drive means the distinction between city and suburban living is becoming increasingly blurred with locals having to deal with more congestion, increasing competition for green space, greater pressure on schools and facilities, and a creaking public transport network as part of everyday life.

    Experts warn the situation is only going to get worse as Sydney’s immigration-fuelled population growth boosts the need for housing and fuels a boom in invasive tower blocks, leading to the demise of traditional Australian suburban living arrangements such as the backyard pool.

    City Futures Research Director and University of NSW Professor Bill Randolph said the boom in development — and the increase in density — is fundamentally changing the fabric of impacted suburbs forever.

    And it’s our “obsession” with high-rise apartments that has led to a concentration of the density in fewer areas.

    “Sydney is obsessed with achieving increased density through high-rise apartments only,” University of Southern Queensland urban researcher Michael Grosvenor said.

    He said Sydney was one of a handful of global cities, such as the nine-million strong Tokyo, creating high density suburban satellite cities such as Parramatta, Liverpool, Chatswood, Burwood and Hornsby.

    “When it comes to our approach to planning, Tokyo and Sydney are in a league of their own,” Mr Grosvenor said.

    “In Tokyo they have a lot of centres around outer urban areas. We are doing something similar.”

    Aerial snapshots comparing new residential developments in areas such as Denham Court and established suburbs like Thornleigh, for example, reveal a dearth of backyard pools in new areas.

    Thornleigh parents Nicky and Phil Chiswick both grew up with backyard pools and love they can give their kids the same experience.

    “It’s almost like an Australian pastime is becoming less and less common,” mother to girls Harper, 5, and Mahlia, 9, said. “We don’t have to go to the beach in summer. I feel like others are going to miss out on that by not having a pool.”

  151. Mater

    m0nty
    #2881403, posted on December 9, 2018 at 12:40 am
    Cheap fusion seven years away? They said that seven years ago. And seven years before that. Et cetera.

    So technology will inevitably develop ‘storage/battery’ solutions sufficiently large enough to support our entire grid, but fusion will forever remain a fantasy?

    Ok. Got it.
    The selective science continues.

  152. egg_

    So technology will inevitably develop ‘storage/battery’ solutions sufficiently large enough to support our entire grid, but fusion will forever remain a fantasy?

    As someone commented, Moores Law doesn’t apply to ruinables, they’re lucky if they can improve the reliability of their hardware.

  153. egg_

    Fires are major cause of wind farm failure, according to new research

    Wind turbines catch fire because highly flammable materials such as hydraulic oil and plastics are in close proximity to machinery and electrical wires. These can ignite a fire if they overheat or are faulty. Lots of oxygen, in the form of high winds, can quickly fan a fire inside a turbine.

  154. Zatara

    Ohio State University gets bacon vending machine on campus

    Apparently it has proved so popular that they have to restock it five times a day.

    Perfect brain food for finals week.

  155. bespoke

    None
    #2881461, posted on December 9, 2018 at 7:48 am

    Your not helping In fact your doing the opposite by laying it on so thick.

  156. Tom

    Wind turbines catch fire because highly flammable materials such as hydraulic oil and plastics are in close proximity to machinery and electrical wires.

    … because they were designed by technically illiterate idiots to rip off the gullible.

  157. John Constantine

    Newsfeed this morning had the clickbait that the cryptospiridium parasite, the one spread by swallowing water containing diarrhoea, has infected a noticeable number of public swimming pool users so far this Australian summer.

    Immune.to chlorine apparently.

  158. Twostix

    I see Code Pink Monty finally exhausted himself after a full day of frantic shitposting yesterday.

    He’s one more Mueller letdown away from screaming “BUSH KNEW!”. You know he wants to, he was so close yesterday with his nixon reagan rantings. 2004 was after all the best days of his life.

  159. Twostix

    “. So you are a convicted felon”

    This guy mentally thinks he’s an american.

    We don’t have ‘felons’ in Australia you souless nationless NPC.

  160. John Constantine

    Windmills catch fire because the profits are front end loaded and can be stripped out and the carcass handballed on.

    Why use the highest quality, longest life bearings when the cheap chicom ones are legal and will last long enough for you to get your money out the country?.

    The community involvement model, and the lease the ground model, by some accident seem almost designed to enable the crony sophisticated promoter to flee the country with his fast money and leave the decommission costs to the unsophisticated.

    Wonder how much decommissioning windmills will take out of their turnbullites fortunes?.

  161. rickw

    Newsfeed this morning had the clickbait that the cryptospiridium parasite, the one spread by swallowing water containing diarrhoea, has infected a noticeable number of public swimming pool users so far this Australian summer.

    Let me guess how we suddenly have a 3rd world parasite problem…

  162. egg_

    China threatens Canada with ‘serious consequences’ over arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou

    They’ll send in The Craw?
    M0nster is primed for action with his nasty ingrown toenail.

  163. rickw

    Thanks Tom. The Die Hard memes are a hoot too.

    My favourite was the Women/ Handguns lineup, Glock / 1911 ladies had me chuckling, can’t link it for some reason!

  164. stackja

    Queensland Teachers’ Union boss set for $10m Queensland Industrial Relations Commission role
    Daryl Passmore, The Sunday Mail (Qld)
    December 9, 2018 1:00am
    Subscriber only

    THE State Opposition has slammed the Government over a $10 million “jobs for the girls” move to hand a top role to a union chief.

    The Sunday Mail understands Industrial Relations and Education Minister Grace Grace will recommend Queensland Teachers’ Union vice-president Samantha Pidgeon be appointed to the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission.

    The job carries a salary of $353,763 per annum, plus a yearly education and conference allowance of $18,326.

    Ms Pidgeon’s wage would be bigger than Treasurer Jackie Trad’s $351,788 annual salary.

    It is also a job for life, with industrial commissioners holding office until they turn 70, unless they resign.

    Ms Pidgeon turns 44 next month, meaning she could be in the role for 26 years and earn $9.67 million, even without taking into account indexing for inflation.

    It is understood that commissioners are also eligible for taxpayer-funded pensions of 60 per cent of their salary when they retire.

  165. rickw

    M0nster’s mannequins?

    No where near Krispy Kreme engorged enough!

  166. rickw

    On the Island Hopper again today thanks to an epic travel agent cock-up….

  167. egg_

    The community involvement model

    Case posted on a recent Landline program, where they were paid more in subsidies than they got for power generation and they had several outages – with just 2 turbines (of the common control equipment, which they are still pursuing with the supplier IIRC).
    Comrade.

  168. stackja

    Darwin brothers climb radio towers, ‘roof surf’ and tiptoe over abandoned railway bridge in dangerous bid for Youtube stardom
    CRAIG DUNLOP, NT News
    December 9, 2018 1:30am
    Subscriber only

    TWO Darwin brothers are risking their lives for the entertainment of a pathetically small group of YouTube viewers.

    Tom Clarke and his “mad c**t” brother Robin last month began posting videos online of their daring escapades, including sitting on the roof of a ute as it barrels along a road at Mandorah, taunting crocodiles, and scaling radio towers despite clear “no trespassing” signs.

    A series of videos — none of which had more than 120 views as of yesterday — show the brothers “doing a few crazy things”.

    The brothers have seemingly avoided injury so far, except for when Robin “f***ed his head up” by crashing a dirt bike without wearing a helmet.

    Darwin award nominees?

  169. Nick

    A series of videos — none of which had more than 120 views as of yesterday — show the brothers “doing a few crazy things”.

    Ironically, thanks to the media they will get a few more.

  170. Snoopy

    SA’s big Tesla battery has already saved $40 million of its $66 million cost.

    Via Instapundit

  171. stackja

    John Constantine
    #2881489, posted on December 9, 2018 at 9:05 am

    The 1998 Sydney water crisis involved the suspected contamination by the microscopic pathogens cryptosporidium and giardia of the water supply system of Greater Metropolitan Sydney, between July and September 1998. Wikipedia

    Main concern was for people with immune deficiency.

  172. Baldrick

    SA’s big Tesla battery has already saved $40 million of its $66 million cost.

    So says “Neoen, the owner of the giant Tesla battery system in South Australia“.
    Riiiight!

  173. John Constantine

    Not saying the battery is cheap enough to run a western industrial civilisation, but it removes some punitive costs that come with using dark ages windmill energy, so a services welfare economy can straggle along on borrowed time and borrowed money.

  174. Twostix

    Tom Clarke and his “mad c**t” brother Robin last month began posting videos online of their daring escapades, including sitting on the roof of a ute as it barrels along a road at Mandorah, taunting crocodiles, and scaling radio towers despite clear “no trespassing” signs.

    Normal non bugmen young men.

  175. md

    Passengers Cheer As Liberal Hag Is Thrown Off Airplane For Berating Trump Supporter.

    https://youtu.be/C-3XbycyQrk

  176. Peter Castieau

    Couch still cheering for Waffleworth wishing he was still there.

  177. Mother Lode

    The development of unlimited, carbon-neutral, and safe energy through nuclear fusion is expanding around the world,

    Expect to hear about the intractable problems associated with fusion technology and how it leads to Armageddon. Probably some irrelevant nonsense about black holes or how extra helium in the atmosphere means birds singing voices will go up an octave so they don’t recognise each other and go extinct.

    The only way we can restore the earth to the beautiful, harmonious, pristine, steady-state it never was, where lions are vegetarian and gorillas are not ashamed to marry cuttlefish (‘cos love-is-love) is to completely remove wicked humanity.

    Until then, we must spend money on an interminable procession of conferences in exotic locations and invest in safe plasma research.

  178. Twostix

    If you didn’t do anything dangerous like:

    sitting on the roof of a ute as it barrels along a road at Mandorah, taunting crocodiles, and scaling radio towers despite clear “no trespassing”

    when you were young, you are not an australian male.

  179. Nick

    taunting crocodiles,

    I’ll bet some Lefty is fanning themselves muttering about bogans and Crocodylinaeic Phobia.

  180. pathogens cryptosporidium and giardia

    Cryptosporidium and Giardia are both paid up members of the Gangrene Party.

  181. Comments on that battery piece are interesting, with the contractual negotiations between Tesla and Panasonic. Tesla fanbois are weird and speak in tongues. Seems that the tech is progressing well though. No doubt the Chinese are watching closely. If all it takes now is investment certainty they can provide that in spades, as they did for photovoltaics.

  182. Boambee John

    Experts warn the situation is only going to get worse as Sydney’s immigration-fuelled population growth boosts the need for housing and fuels a boom in invasive tower blocks, leading to the demise of traditional Australian suburban living arrangements such as the backyard pool.

    City Futures Research Director and University of NSW Professor Bill Randolph said the boom in development — and the increase in density — is fundamentally changing the fabric of impacted suburbs forever.

    The Great Transformation, never taken to an election, proceeds as the UNiParty has long planned.

    Sinistra (that includes most of the Lieborals) delenda est.

  183. cohenite

    The only way we can restore the earth to the beautiful, harmonious, pristine, steady-state it never was, where lions are vegetarian and gorillas are not ashamed to marry cuttlefish (‘cos love-is-love) is to completely remove wicked humanity.

    Correct; alarmism is completely informed by elitism and misanthropy; it’s proponents really despise other humans and wish them dead but still able to provide the slave labour to themselves as superior beings so they can continue their morally superior lives. It is beyond cognitive dissonance, it is a genuine madness.

  184. Nick

    The Left:
    Demand open borders
    Demand unfettered immigration by ‘refugees’
    Bemoan the growth of high rise and crowded infrastructure
    Protest against any medium density development within the goats cheese curtain
    Demand open borders
    Rinse and repeat.

  185. Nick

    The only way we can restore the earth to the beautiful, harmonious, pristine, steady-state it never was, where lions are vegetarian and gorillas are not ashamed to marry cuttlefish (‘cos love-is-love) is to completely remove wicked humanity.

    Not far along is pre-white indigenous society depicted as some sort of ‘Wakanda like’ Utopia.

  186. Mater

    SA’s big Tesla battery has already saved $40 million of its $66 million cost.

    Don’t mistake FCAS (Frequency Control Ancillary Services) for powering the nation. Savings in FCAS costs is where the $40m came from.
    Quickly adding a little juice here and there to stabilise the grid at a frequency of 50Hz is probably a good use of a battery. Sort of like a buffer for the big boys.
    A big headline but hardly revolutionary stuff, and certainly not proof of life.

  187. Twostix

    The Canberra Times, the newspaper of record of the federal bugman classes in canberra goes all in on rehabilitating p.do’s:

    Not that I expect that social attitudes to pdophiles will change, but the self-righteous glint in the eye of some of the modern crusaders sometimes seems to bear a remarkable resemblance to the dogmatic statements of leading cops as their men hunted down, shamed, punished and (frequently) blackmailed homosexals, or were otherwise showing their disgust at their immorality by throwing them into the River Torrens.

    What they’re saying is post homo, mainlining pedos is going to be their new cause. (We already knew this).

    Naturally they link this to the normals reaction against the police wanting to spy on everything you do. They’ll make it about themselves, so if you’re against police spying you find yourself having to read noisy pdo apologists. They know this, it is how they corrupt the people.

  188. Re gays and religious schools, it is now absolutely clear that the Left is gunning after anyone that is not all-in for homosexuality. Morrison’s squibbing it by deferring to a conscience vote. Utter coward. Gay ‘marriage’ is the anvil, ‘anti-discrimination’ is the hammer. They see the shambles the churches are in and are hell bent on exploiting their weakness. That is the impression I get from those on Insiders.

  189. Dr Fred Lenin

    Re Zulus story about the inept bank robber,when he gets out of jail he has a great future in Australian politics ,the union mafia party,gangrenes or left wing turnbullists would welcome this tosser with open arms ,he would slot into the aparat nicely ,they are full of tossers like him .

  190. Twostix

    Experts warn the situation is only going to get worse as Sydney’s immigration-fuelled population growth boosts the need for housing and fuels a boom in invasive tower blocks, leading to the demise of traditional Australian suburban living arrangements such as the backyard pool.

    Five seconds ago city planning “experts” were explaining why suburbia had to die and how they were going to kill it in favoyr of “sustainable” high density city living.

    Dream now realised as an ugly nightmare they’ll pretend their foul dystopian ghettos just accidentally happened and move onto the next NPC script.

  191. RobK

    SA’s big Tesla battery has already saved $40 million of its $66 million cost.
    This is typical RE accounting. Finkel style. FCAS cost virtually nothing before RE as it is intrinsic to rotary generators.
    The FCAS dilema is a direct byproduct of RE that required baseload to remain on standby at penalty rates. The actual mass energy storage issue remains unresolved. Addressing FCAS with batteries is addressing a buffering issue, you still need massive bulk storage capacity if you wish to get rid of fossil fuels. A coal stockile is cheap reliable stored energy.

  192. Crossie

    Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)
    #2881456, posted on December 9, 2018 at 7:33 am
    Chicom big cranky, think rule world
    China threatens Canada with ‘serious consequences’ over arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou

    What are they going to do? Not sell them any more of their “Made in China” crap?

  193. Mater

    This is typical RE accounting. Finkel style. FCAS cost virtually nothing before RE as it is intrinsic to rotary generators.

    This!
    The renewable industry truly is a self-licking ice cream.

  194. RobK

    FCAS=Frequency control and ancillory services

  195. Crossie

    Five seconds ago city planning “experts” were explaining why suburbia had to die and how they were going to kill it in favoyr of “sustainable” high density city living.

    The “experts” will still have their houses on quarter acre blocks in leafy suburbs in Sydney’s north and weekend 100 acre hobby farms up the coast. They believe in this rubbish as much as Tim Flannery believed in global warming and rising sea levels when he bought a waterfront property.

  196. egg_

    Expect to hear about the intractable problems associated with fusion technology and how it leads to Armageddon. Probably some irrelevant nonsense about black holes

    Aren’t we living in a black hole, infested with sh1tholes?

  197. RobK

    mass energy storage i
    I probably should have said “bulk energy storage”, for clarity.

  198. egg_

    Quickly adding a little juice here and there to stabilise the grid at a frequency of 50Hz is probably a good use of a battery.

    The nano-second scale graph supplied a while back looked particularly dodgy.

  199. RobK

    Finkel did say the price of electricity will go up for quite some time, before comming down. (Figure that one out)

  200. Anne

    Thank God Prime Minister Morrison did not sign the UN Migration Pact.

    The Pact makes every migrant a citizen of the United Nations. 👿

    See where that’s heading.

    https://youtu.be/fCioLwNJGHo

  201. Snoopy

    Finkel did say the price of electricity will go up for quite some time, before comming down. (Figure that one out)

    What goes up, must come down. Everyone knows this.

  202. Figure that one out

    Because :
    . Price keeps going up until the scamsters have left the country (Bolivia) ?

    . Price keeps going up until the money is secured offshore ?

  203. C.L.

    taunting crocodiles

    They’re lizards. It’s not possible to ‘taunt’ a lizard.

  204. C.L.

    Posted for the sabbath at ABC Online:

    Brisbane Anglican diocese welcoming more women than men to the priesthood.

    Ta-ta Anglican ‘church.’
    No matter – just ignore Scripture and you’re good to go:

    The Sydney Anglican diocese still does not permit women to be ordained as priests.

    The highest they can aspire to is deacons, who are assistant priests and generally assist during the service and doing pastoral and community work on other days.

    They are not allowed to deliver a mass or perform ceremonies like baptisms or weddings solo.

    Archbishop of Brisbane Phillip Aspinall said his Sydney colleagues had a more conservative interpretation of the bible.

    “They would say they are being obedient to scripture,” Archbishop Aspinall said.

    “They understand it to be part of what’s required of the church that women do not exert teaching authority over men.

    “I would argue for a different interpretation of those texts. They are related to a particular time and culture which was very patriarchal.”

    Pictured at the link: the poor old bishop ‘ordaining’ some sort of Goth.

  205. cohenite

    SA’s big Tesla battery has already saved $40 million of its $66 million cost.
    This is typical RE accounting. Finkel style. FCAS cost virtually nothing before RE as it is intrinsic to rotary generators.
    The FCAS dilema is a direct byproduct of RE that required baseload to remain on standby at penalty rates. The actual mass energy storage issue remains unresolved. Addressing FCAS with batteries is addressing a buffering issue, you still need massive bulk storage capacity if you wish to get rid of fossil fuels. A coal stockile is cheap reliable stored energy.

    Correct. Batteries are a dumb, expensive solution to a problem caused by a non-solution to a non-problem.

  206. OldOzzie

    China summons Canadian ambassador

    China has warned Canada that it could face “grave consequences” if it doesn’t release Meng Wanzhou, a senior executive with Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei who was arrested last week as she transited through Vancouver airport at the request of the US Justice Department.

    The message was delivered to Canada’s Ambassador to China, John McCallum, who was called in for a carpeting by senior Chinese Foreign Affairs officials on the weekend, and was told that China regarded her arrest as a “severe violation” of her rights.

    China’s deputy foreign minister, Le Yucheng, said the arrest of Meng, the chief financial officer of Huawei and the daughter of the company’s founder, on suspicion of violating US trade sanctions with Iran, seriously violated the legitimate rights and interests of the Chinese citizen.

    In a statement released by China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, he described the arrest of the 46-year-old’s arrest as unlawful and “unconscionable and vile.”

    China’s fury over the arrest was also made clear in an editorial in the official Xinhua news agency on the weekend which described Canada’s action as “lawless, unreasonable and callous” which it said had caused “serious damage” to its relations with China.

    The editorial also said Canada faced “serious consequences” unless it released Meng, expressing anger that Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau knew of her impending arrest ahead of time and did not inform China.

    The arrest was made a week ago almost at the same time as President Xi was dining with US President Trump in Argentina on the side of the G20 meeting where the two agreed on a 90 day truce on their trade war.

    But the deal involved an agreement on the Chinese side to significantly increased its purchases of US goods to help redress the trade imbalance between the US and China as well as discussions on measures to increase protection of intellectual property and tighten cyber security controls.

    But the arrest of Meng, whose application for bail continues in a Vancouver court on Monday, has eroded the goodwill of the meeting and raised new clouds over US-China relations.

    Meng was detained on December 1 at the request of the US Department of Justice which has been investigating Huawei for potential violation of US sanctions in trading with Iran.

    China is angry at what it sees as the US continuing to extend the reach of its law well beyond its borders.

    “The US has always put its domestic law above the international one,” Xinhua, said in its opinion piece on the arrest.

    “It’s ‘long arm jurisdiction’ has often drawn criticism from the international community’.

    “Yet despite all of this, Canada still chose to ignore international rules and obey the United States, paying the bill for America’s bullying actions,” it said.

    “A notion Canada keeps boasting of is ‘human rights’, but in this case, one can barely claim Meng’s right has been respected.

    “Arresting a Chinese citizen during her change of flight without giving any concrete reason is severely violating her legitimate rights and interests.”

    Xinhua said that Canada had treated Meng as a “dangerous criminal” despite the fact that she had not been on trial or been the subject of any conviction.

    “It is a huge humiliation and disrespect for Meng,” it said.

    Xinhua said Meng had severe health issues including high blood pressure, sleeping disorders and was still in recovery from neck surgery she had in May.

    “Yet she could not get the necessary humanitarian accommodation from Canada,” it said.

    “Canada’s misdeeds, which are lawless, unreasonable and callous, have caused serious damage to its relations with China.

    “Ottawa had advance notice of the arrest but (Trudeau) chose not to keep the Chinese side informed,” it said.

    Xinhua said Canada had “connived” to abet “America’s unilateral hegemonic move and hurt the Chinese people’s feelings”.

    “We here give a piece of advice that Canada should not be wrong headed any longer but immediately release the senior executive and protect her legitimate rights and interests,

    “Otherwise there will be serious consequences and Canada is to take all responsibility.”

    Glenda Korporaal
    China correspondent

  207. Frank

    They’re lizards. It’s not possible to ‘taunt’ a lizard.

    Au contraire.

  208. C.L.

    The Daily Mail is now the Daily Stefanovic.
    Australia’s biggest wankers:

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/auhome/index.html

  209. OldOzzie

    How Alex Turnbull is avenging his father ex-PM Malcolm’s dumping

    Annika Smethurst, National political editor, The Sunday Telegraph

    PROLIFIC tweeter Alex Turnbull has made it clear he thinks the coal mining industry exerts too much influence over the Liberal Party. But it was another form of influence — his own unelected voice — that had government staff and senior bureaucrats feeling the pressure in the final months of the Turnbull government.

    The Sunday Telegraph can reveal the outspoken son of former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull was invited to join a private WhatsApp text message group on energy policy shortly after the 2016 election.

    From his home in Singapore where he manages a hedge fund, Alex took an active role in the group chat where senior policy advisers, press secretaries and department officials discussed energy policy and strategies.

    There was no paternal edict that Alex must be obeyed — but Turnbull Jr showed no hesitation in expressing his many opinions.

    “For him (Alex), energy is obviously a personal interest. But we just thought, great, now we have to deal with Alex too,” one former staffer said.

    “Where does the ripple of opinion stop? Surely there is enough experts, department advisers, political advisers and ministers involved.”

    In the 15 weeks since Malcolm Turnbull was dumped from office, the famously tempestuous ex-PM has done his fair share of sniping. But it is the fury of the wronged son that has really fuelled the government’s ongoing pain.

    Electioneering protip: you know its voter suppression when you need voter ID laws for electoral integrity but a national ID is fascism / mark of the beast / whatever. You can have both or neither but a mix is totally incoherent. #auspol @ScottMorrisonMP
    — Alex Turnbull (@alexbhturnbull) December 6, 2018

    Within days of the August coup, Alex declared he would be speaking his mind after years of constraint. The Harvard graduate and father-of-two has been true to his word, bombarding a ravenous political public with tweets and interviews in which he defends his father’s legacy, vents about Liberal MPs and climate policy, attacks journalists and commentators he believes precipitated the leadership spill, and even endorsing Labor’s candidate in the critical Wentworth by-election.

    Senior Labor sources claim Alex has gone so far as to deal directly with Labor officials during that campaign and in the weeks since.

    Last week, the 36-year-old came under fire for a vile tweet about the sex life of commentator Janet Albrechtsen, a conservative, after she described him as a “sore loser”. Eventually he offered a backhanded apology which further insulted Albrechtsen, deleting the tweet.

    Malcolm Turnbull made no secret during his political career that he relied on the advice and wisdom of his close-knit family. Staff said his wife Lucy, son-in-law James Brown, daughter Daisy and even his father-in-law Tom Hughes — a former attorney-general — were influential.

    But only Alex really pushed into the inner circle.

    “Malcolm relied on his family but in the Gonski (WhatsApp) group we didn’t have Daisy involved,” one former staffer said, referring to the fact Mr Turnbull’s daughter Daisy, a teacher, wasn’t consulted on education policy.

    “It’s one thing to float the balloon at a family BBQ, it’s another to have them directly involved with the discussion.”

    In 2017, Malcolm Turnbull buckled to pressure to dump the Clean Energy Target proposed by Chief Scientist Alan Finkel, and adopting a new energy policy called the National Energy Guarantee (NEG). The reform was meant to appease climate sceptics by guaranteeing dispatchable power while cutting emissions. Staff who worked for both the PM and then-energy minister Josh Frydenberg said Alex’s involvement “ramped up” when the policy was being prepared.

    “We didn’t feel we needed political advice from Alex, knowing that it would also weigh on Malcolm’s decision making,” another WhatsApp group member said.

    Much of Alex’s input, like his recent tweets, centred around the need to ramp up investment in renewable energy. He also warned of the Liberal Party’s ignorance on climate change.

    Few question Alex’s intelligence and knowledge of the energy sector. Indeed, this has become his speciality in his banking career.

    So if Parliament is completely dysfunctional and not workable now then why aren’t we going to an election?
    — Alex Turnbull (@alexbhturnbull) December 6, 2018

    During a stint at global bank Goldman Sachs, the young Turnbull was responsible for buying and selling the debt and assets of energy companies affected by pricing carbon. The Singapore fund he established in 2015, Keshik Capital, is also an investor in Australian listed renewables company Infigen Energy.

    One former staffer defended the inclusion, saying Mr Turnbull son had “strong opinions” but didn’t influence the Government’s policy decision. “He expressed his views but I would say it was over the top.”

    Government sources said Alex was invited to join shortly after an gaffe which embarrassed his dad. In 2016, a Facebook post criticising Singapore pollution surfaced while Singapore’s PM Lee Hsien Loong visited Australia. Alex, using a pseudonym, said the Lee government’s policy was “recklessly endangering the health of children.”

    Malcolm Turnbull was said to be “furious” about the post, given it caused embarrassment during the visit. Many of Turnbull’s former staff believe the PM invited Alex to join the private energy discussions as a way of trying to keep such criticisms out of the public eye. But it wasn’t the last intervention.

    In March, Turnbull Jr was drawn into an international scandal, claiming he was sidelined from Goldman Sachs after he raised concerns about the bank’s dealing with Malaysian fund One Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). His comments came just as PM Turnbull was preparing to welcome Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak to a special ASEAN summit in Sydney. It was another triumph of timing.

  210. RobK

    The nano-second scale graph supplied a while back looked particularly dodgy.
    The claim in the article of 100 milliseconds, or 1/10th of a second is about right…however this overlooks the process which comprises of an algorithm analysing the waveform and trying to identify frequency droop from noise before taking remedial action. This is not as easy as it sounds especially if unfamiliar noise is encountered. The process is complex. A rotory generator relying on magnetic flux is pretty bullet-proof, so to speak, in comparison.

  211. miltonf

    Justin Trudeau’s readiness to sign the Global Compact comes as no surprise, since in his publicly stated view, Canada is a post-nationalist state with no core identity. Hence, in Trudeau’s version of Canada, there is no tradition to revere, no sacred values to defend, and no identity or history worth preserving.

    Article in American Thinker- same mindset as our political-media-pubic service class.

  212. C.L.

    Au contraire.

    No, not au contraire.
    Crocodiles have no ‘feelings’ and cannot be ‘taunted.’

    Cambridge:

    TAUNT … to try to make other people angry or upset by insulting them, laughing at them, etc.:

  213. John Constantine

    The Dark Satanic Dogbox Apartment Developments are the mills that their billionaire property Landsharks intend to use to grind Australian culture down until there is no free living, free thinking Anglosphere heresy left in it.

    Comrades.

  214. Bruce of Newcastle

    Re gays and religious schools, it is now absolutely clear that the Left is gunning after anyone that is not all-in for homosexuality. … Gay ‘marriage’ is the anvil, ‘anti-discrimination’ is the hammer.

    Yep.

    Virginia teacher fired for refusing to use new pronouns for transgender student

    Richmond Times Dispatch:

    Vlaming, 47, who had taught at the school for almost seven years after spending more than a decade in France, told his superiors his Christian faith prevented him from using male pronouns for a student he saw as female.

    The student’s family informed the school system of the transition over the summer. Vlaming said he had the student in class the year before when the student identified as female.

    Vlaming agreed to use the student’s new, male name. But he tried to avoid using any pronouns — he or him, and she or her — when referring to the student. The student said that made him feel uncomfortable and singled out.

    Administrators sided with the boy, telling Vlaming he could not treat his transgender pupil differently than he treats others.

    “That discrimination then leads to creating a hostile learning environment. And the student had expressed that. The parent had expressed that,” said West Point schools Superintendent Laura Abel. “They felt disrespected.”

    School administrators recommended that Vlaming be fired, saying he had violated the school system’s nondiscrimination and harassment policies.

    Exactly. You now have to be “all-in”. Or you will be persecuted and cast out.

  215. egg_

    The claim in the article of 100 milliseconds

    No doubt due to ruinables, themselves.

  216. John Constantine

    Will the compliant Aussie proles ever respond to the oppression of the quisling crony elites Dark Satanic Windmills by quietly putting on their yellow hi-vis shirts and uttering the timeless call of:

    “Trooble oot mill”.

  217. C.L.

    Tasmania set to jail people for not referring to so-called ‘transexuals’ by their preferred (that is, false) personal pronoun. In The Australian:

    Tasmania’s controversial transgender reforms could contain a “compelled speech” provision making it illegal for a person to ­refuse the use of an individual’s preferred pronoun, according to fresh legal warnings.

    New ‘conservative’ pressure group weighs in:

    Advance Australia, established as a conservative rival to ­activist group GetUp, also made clear it would target the introduction of compelled speech. The organisation’s national ­director, Gerard Benedet, said the Tasmanian bill would set a “dangerous precedent” and could result in people being hauled ­before anti-discrimination tribunals. “It’s a slippery slope. What’s next?” he said. “It is compelled speech.

    “If a trans person said to me, ‘I would prefer it if you called me or address me by X’, out of respect, you would do it.”

    Nope. I wouldn’t.

    “But the government has no place telling you that you must say that. The government has no right to tell you how you should think, speak or act.

    “My issue is with the compelled nature of it. That people who choose not to refer to the person using their preferred pronoun could end up in an anti-discrimination tribunal or a commission where the government forces them to say something they are not comfortable with.”

    The problem is not merely the “compelled nature of it.” The more central problem is that it’s a lie.
    ———————–
    Lead story in The Australian.

  218. Nick

    The student said that made him feel uncomfortable and singled out.

    Therein lies the Leftist mind, where a transsexual youth complains that they are made to feel different in some way. Lmao.

  219. C.L.

    Tasmania set to jail people for not referring to so-called ‘trans-xuals’ by their preferred (that is, false) personal pronoun. In The Australian:

    Tasmania’s controversial transgender reforms could contain a “comp-lled speech” provision making it illegal for a person to ­refuse the use of an individual’s preferred pronoun, according to fresh legal warnings.

    New ‘conservative’ pressure group weighs in:

    Advance Australia, established as a conservative rival to ­activist group GetUp, also made clear it would target the introduction of compelled speech. The organisation’s national ­director, Gerard Benedet, said the Tasmanian bill would set a “dangerous precedent” and could result in people being hauled ­before anti-discrimination tribunals. “It’s a slippery slope. What’s next?” he said. “It is compelled speech.

    “If a trans person said to me, ‘I would prefer it if you called me or address me by X’, out of respect, you would do it.”

    Nope. I wouldn’t.

    “But the government has no place telling you that you must say that. The government has no right to tell you how you should think, speak or act.

    “My issue is with the comp-lled nature of it. That people who choose not to refer to the person using their preferred pronoun could end up in an anti-discrimination tribunal or a commission where the government forces them to say something they are not comfortable with.”

    The problem is not merely the “comp-lled nature of it.” The more central problem is that it’s a lie.
    ———————–
    Lead story in The Australian.

  220. C.L.

    Tasmania set to jail people for not referring to so-called ‘trans-xuals’ by their preferred (that is, false) personal pronoun. In The Australian:

    Tasmania’s controversial transgender reforms could contain a “comp-lled speech” provision making it illegal for a person to ­refuse the use of an individual’s preferred pronoun, according to fresh legal warnings.

    New ‘conservative’ pressure group weighs in:

    Advance Australia, established as a conservative rival to ­activist group GetUp, also made clear it would target the introduction of comp-lled speech. The organisation’s national ­director, Gerard Benedet, said the Tasmanian bill would set a “dangerous precedent” and could result in people being hauled ­before anti-discrimination tribunals. “It’s a slippery slope. What’s next?” he said. “It is compelled speech.

    “If a trans person said to me, ‘I would prefer it if you called me or address me by X’, out of respect, you would do it.”

    Nope. I wouldn’t.

    “But the government has no place telling you that you must say that. The government has no right to tell you how you should think, speak or act.

    “My issue is with the comp-lled nature of it. That people who choose not to refer to the person using their preferred pronoun could end up in an anti-discrimination tribunal or a commission where the government forces them to say something they are not comfortable with.”

    The problem is not merely the “comp-lled nature of it.” The more central problem is that it’s a lie.
    ———————–
    Lead story in The Australian.

  221. C.L.

    Tasmania set to jail people for not referring to so-called ‘trans-xuals’ by their preferred (that is, false) personal pronoun. In The Australian:

    Tasmania’s controversial transgender reforms could contain a “comp-lled speech” provision making it illegal for a person to ­refuse the use of an individual’s preferred pronoun, according to fresh legal warnings.

    New ‘conservative’ pressure group weighs in:

    Advance Australia, established as a conservative rival to ­activist group GetUp, also made clear it would target the introduction of comp-lled speech. The organisation’s national ­director, Gerard Benedet, said the Tasmanian bill would set a “dangerous precedent” and could result in people being hauled ­before anti-discrimination tribunals. “It’s a slippery slope. What’s next?” he said. “It is comp-lled speech.

    “If a trans person said to me, ‘I would prefer it if you called me or address me by X’, out of respect, you would do it.”

    Nope. I wouldn’t.

    “But the government has no place telling you that you must say that. The government has no right to tell you how you should think, speak or act.

    “My issue is with the comp-lled nature of it. That people who choose not to refer to the person using their preferred pronoun could end up in an anti-discrimination tribunal or a commission where the government forces them to say something they are not comfortable with.”

    The problem is not merely the “comp-lled nature of it.” The more central problem is that it’s a lie.
    ———————–
    Lead story in The Australian.

  222. Boambee John

    The Pact makes every migrant a citizen of the United Nations. 👿

    Good. They will all be dual citizens and not eligible for federal parliament, and those who misbehave can be deported into the custody of the UN.

  223. Nick

    making it illegal for a person to ­refuse the use of an individual’s preferred pronoun, according to fresh legal warnings.

    So, if I have a problem antrum if no one addresses me as Sir or Lord, that’s ok too?

  224. Roger

    China has warned Canada that it could face “grave consequences” if it doesn’t release Meng Wanzhou…

    Meanwhile, we sent a delegation of Quisling nabobs from the political and business world led by the Great Wrecker, John Howard, to curry favour with the Chicoms under the guise of “repairing our relationship”.

  225. egg_

    The following chart shows HPR’s fast frequency response to a major system security
    event on 25 August 2018. Its response is as required and closely tracks the changing
    frequency. It provided significant frequency support to all connected NEM regions
    during the initial* low frequency event, and the SA region during its islanded, high frequency event**.

    *Initial only, I’ll bet.
    **Wind Farms, most likely.

  226. Regarding last night’s tomfoolery, here’s what James Alex Fields did:

    Hill told jurors that Fields “feared for his safety,” and at one point was remorseful that people had gotten injured.

    Prosecutors, however, argued that Fields was angry that day over the fighting taking place between the two sides. Prosecutor Nina-Alice Antony pointed out that Fields, twice posted on Instagram before the rally an image of a group of people getting struck by a car.

    “This case is about his decision to act on that anger,” Antony said.

    Prosecutors also played surveillance video showing Fields driving his car slowly towards the group, reversing and then speeding into them.

    A taped phone call from jail between Fields and his mother was also played for the court. In it, Fields is heard lashing out at Heyer’s mother, Susan Bro, calling her a “communist” and “anti-white supremacist” who was trying to slander him, according to the NBC 29.

    When Fields’ mother said Bro had lost her daughter, Fields is heard saying that it “doesn’t matter” and called Bro “the enemy.” Prior to heading to the rally, Fields had texted his mother: “We’re not the one (sic) who needs to be careful” and included a meme of Hitler, NBC 29 reports.

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