Open Forum: February 27, 2021

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  1. Boambee John says:

    Leigh Lowe says:
    March 1, 2021 at 8:50 pm
    Why the hell would she do that?

    Phallic symbols.
    Totally out of scale of course.
    Totally.

    The name “Little Boys” might have influenced her?

  2. Leigh Lowe says:

    notafan says:

    March 1, 2021 at 8:56 pm

    People on twitter naming names…

    As always intended.
    The guy should lawyer up.

  3. Delta A says:

    Fairy bread?
    Lolly bags?

    Her choice: spaetzle, sauerkraut, bean salad and potato salad. With chocolate-strawberry-and-cream birthday cake to follow.

    And a vat or two of very pleasing hooch.

  4. calli says:

    Remarkable, Delta, for one so young.

    My grandsons asked for crayfish, much to their parents’ horror.

  5. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “As always intended.
    The guy should lawyer up.”

    Yep.

  6. Steve trickler says:

    I just watched a brawl within meters of my bonnet. Those from the land of the Great Rift Valley.

    Two blokes beating the shit out each other and then they just disperse….. any threat to me and I was prepared to run them over.

    What a rush! The local has got the vision recorded on their cameras.

  7. kaysee says:

    ✼✿✼ March ✼✿ ✼
     
    All ye Cat blog travellers,

    If this is the month
    when you add an extra year,
    Wishes for you ………….
     
    Cheers

  8. kaysee says:

    The Wokeley Oscars🤠
     
    One
     
    Two

  9. kaysee says:

    🐹
     
    One
     
    Two
     
    Three

  10. H B Bear says:

    Kids can eat as much crayfish as they like as soon as they can get a skippers ticket and pull pots.

  11. notafan says:

    Yes, especially with the # being shared simultaneously.

    And the demands for Morrison to ‘read’ the Twitter room. Lol.

    Also seeing bush lawyers trotting out Pell got off on ‘point of law’ or ‘technicality’.

    If Cardinal Pell were litigatious he would have a field day with Twitter morons.

  12. Runnybum says:

    Hey biggles, I know you are busy & don’t spend 24 hrs a day on this site & seeing as we are mates, any chance you can give my wifey a lift in your A340 to Brisbane next week?

  13. Knuckle Dragger says:

    Why, thank you kaysee.

    I’m 29 in a few weeks.

  14. Knuckle Dragger says:

    Richo doing a very passable Jabba the Hutt impersonation on Murray.

  15. KD

    Which end of Jabba?

  16. feelthebern says:

    Jimmy Dore is running another #ForceTheVote campaign.
    Last time it was medicare for all.
    This time, the $15 minimum wage.
    It’s delicious watching him wedge the DNC.
    It’s pure walkaway.

  17. P says:

    Watched story of Jeanne Little on Australian Story tonight.

    When I first met Jeanne she was Jeanne Mitchell. I was 19 so she would have been 20/21.

    A very good friend of mine asked me to come to the Sat night dances at The Regent, Hurstvile. She was a few years older than me and was staying weekends with her grandmother at Bexley as her family had moved out of the area and she wanted to spend weekends with her long time friends from the Church.
    She introduced me to Jeanne and it initially was a bit in shock. It showed. She assured me that I would like her when I got to know her. Jeanne lived next door to her grandmother and my friend had talked her into coming to the dance. The Regent in Diments Lane was for more mature girls. The Rivolli up the road, although more popular, was for the young rock ‘n rollers.
    Jeanne was indeed very likeable and knew many of the girls at the dance as she had gone to school at Kogarah with them. She also joined us down at South Cronulla on Sundays with the dance crowd. We of course went to Church first then to the beach. She had the whitest skin ever. She sat under her umbrella. I don’t remember ever seeing her go into the water.

    One of the stories the girls who went to school with her told me was when she dented her velour school hat all around like a mens hat and then cut a hole in to top and put her pony tail through to hole, for which she received two weeks detention.

    She really was a lovely person. It was my pleasure to have been in her company on the occasions mentioned.

    R.I.P. my friend.

  18. Steve trickler says:

    Hello, Tinta.

    Tintarella Di Luna

  19. feelthebern says:

    Anne, does what’s the story with the chronovisor?
    Is it real?
    If so, where is it?

  20. Knuckle Dragger says:

    ‘Which end of Jabba?’

    I’m going to go with the top end, only because he sounded like Leia was strangling him with a length of chain.

  21. Win says:

    Thank you Kaysee I am there another toe or two closer to the grave .

  22. Leigh Lowe says:

    Has anyone seen Jabba, Richo and Mr Creosote in the same room?

  23. Knuckle Dragger says:

    That’s it. Farter time, because I’ve been fanging on since three this morning and as Liz II’s dear old Mum used to say, ‘I’m flatter than a shit carter’s hat’.

    Final thought for the day – vegans are pale, abnormal, sickly creatures that should be ostracised by normal society.

  24. Runnybum says:

    Biggles, I need to confirm flying arrangements, I will up my offer of bananas.
    I will double it if mini me is your F/O.

  25. Leigh Lowe says:

    I always wondered if Jeannie Little was half as ditzy as she projected herself to be.

  26. Leigh Lowe says:

    Am I ferrying the Imam and the other wives as well Ted (the very similar one)?

  27. Runnybum says:

    Biggles, I am beginning to think you don’t really have an A340, are you really a sniper…country gentleman, James Bond…murder detective & radiation expert?
    I am brokenhearted.

  28. Tintarella di Luna says:

    But I’d love to meet up and talk .

    anytime Mark A we’re staying put

  29. Runnybum says:

    Biggles, just transport my wife please, she will use the female toilets, I can assure you she will not go near the male toilets & scare your wife.

  30. Leigh Lowe says:

    How heavy is Mrs Ted?
    Just for my weight and balance calculations.
    Rounded to the nearest 100 kgs will be fine.

  31. Runnybum says:

    Biggles, very lightweight….probably 70 kgs at tops, very beautiful, polite woman.
    A bit unlike biffo you are married to.
    Sorry I shouldn’t say that but say hello to him for me please.

  32. mh says:

    Clive Hamilton
    @CliveCHamilton
    ·
    Feb 28
    An honour today to join a panel of representatives of Tibetans, Uyghurs, Falun Dafa, Hong Kongers and democracy activists at a seminar organised by Victims of the Communist Regime in China.

  33. Tintarella di Luna says:

    Hello, Tinta.

    Tintarella Di Luna

    Thanks Steve great band — Hetty and the Jazzato Band do some really beautiful Italian classics, this one is a beauty I love the harmonies.

    I also love the Postmodern Jukebox Band — this is a fantastic version of All About That Bass one of the singers is Telly Savalas’ daughter — and and I also like their version of Taylor Swift’s Style done Grease-style

  34. Tintarella di Luna says:

    Brilliant.

    Un Bacio a Mezzanotte – Hetty and the Jazzato Band

    Oh steve how very nostalgic, precisely, this is one of the classics of the 1950s — do you speak Italian because the lyrics are so romantic – Italian really is the language of romance but can also do melancholy like no other. The internet is such a revelation

  35. egg_ says:

    Robert Barnes livestream with Robert Gruler rather than Viva Frei

    Also livestreams with Peoples Pundit

  36. Tintarella di Luna says:

    Final thought for the day – vegans are pale, abnormal, sickly creatures that should be ostracised by normal society.

    Not my beautiful daughter-in-law she is stunning, but not a finger-waving vegan, she’s fun and brilliant. Knuggle Dragger you’ve clearly met zealots.

  37. feelthebern says:

    Can someone tell me why I should have to pay an aged care “levy”?

  38. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    Our little twelve week old grandson is currently in baby ICU. Had his operation for a small internal congenital deformity and is pictured full of tubes and wires, snuggled briefly into my daughter’s loving arms as she sends us a photograph of her earnest loving face as she looks down tenderly at this little cuddled bundle.

    Beautiful motherhood, although heartbreaking for us to see, for he is the dearest little thing, jolly in spite of his earliest weeks being full of people in masks sticking needles into him. We hope this is the end of these memories for him now. He’ll be out in about three days’ time.

  39. feelthebern says:

    Royal commission: All workers should pay to fix crisis-hit system

    Headline from the Oz.

  40. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Can someone tell me why I should have to pay an aged care “levy”?

    I’m a self funded retiree, and paying tax to boot. Aged care levy, my hairy aunt!

  41. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    Steve Trickler, thanks for that Latin jazz piece. Great playing and singing.

    Oh how I love that gently floral’d dress with its bias cut swinging skirt just on the knee. I was dancing in my own mind right through that piece, rolling back the years. It is wonderful to feel so young again.

    Memories. The Cat. Something for everyone.

  42. JC says:

    Oh God. Make it stop.

  43. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    I’m a self funded retiree, and paying tax to boot. Aged care levy, my hairy aunt!

    Hairy would concur. We are similarly placed, and intend to pay our own aged care levy when the time comes, which I don’t much want to think about right now.
    We don’t much want to pay for anyone else’s aged care levy.
    That’s what our hefty past taxes were for, that and the welfare bill, pensions and Medicare and the NDIS. As well as the military and hospitals and roads and some useless submarines. If they’ve blown it all on Covid and Climate Change, too bad.

  44. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    Knocking off the climate change funding and caper, building a few cheap coal fired power stations, and putting the money saved into aged care – there’s a solution.

  45. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Knocking off the climate change funding and caper, building a few cheap coal fired power stations, and putting the money saved into aged care – there’s a solution

    De funding the A.B.C.

  46. Geriatric Mayfly says:

    Miners see the light on CFMEU
    The CFMEU’s mining and energy division has resolved to split from the union, slamming its ‘macho posturing and chest beating’.

    Hooligans, wreckers and running dogs.

  47. mh says:

    New York state Attorney General Letitia James, who in January released a report that claimed Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration dramatically undercounted COVID-19 nursing home deaths in the state, will have full control over the sexual harassment inquiry that threatens his administration.

    James said Sunday that she expected to be granted a referral that would give her office subpoena power and allow her to deputize an outside law firm for “a rigorous and independent investigation” after Cuomo announced Sunday he would grant her request.

    Sens. Chuck Schumer and Kristen Gillibrand, both Democrats from New York, called for the investigative power to be granted to James “so that she can conduct a transparent and thorough investigation with subpoena power.”

  48. 24 hours late, but have to mention the marvelous goat-T in yesterday’s Lame pics.

  49. Zyconoclast says:

    Why I Quit Being a Climate Activist
    The climate movement is overwhelmingly white. So I walked away.

    As a climate activist in Berlin, I felt required to tell my Filipino family’s experience during speeches and rallies because this form of “storytelling” was the only thing that would move a mostly white European audience to an emotional response of climate urgency—even though it was exhausting telling the story, especially since any mention of hurricanes in the news gives me anxiety.

    But after a while I realized I would only be called upon when climate organizations needed an inspiring story or a “diverse” voice, contacts for a campaign, or to participate in a workshop for “fun” when everyone else on the (all-white) project was getting paid.

    Whenever I would question the whiteness of these spaces and how strategies didn’t take race into account, I would be met with uncomfortable silences. The last time, at a nationwide movement-building workshop last April, I was asked, “Well then, why are you even here?”

    So I decided not to be there anymore. After four years of helping organize direct actions, speeches, workshops, and countless video calls, I started hiding and declining requests. I was burned out.

  50. mh says:

    Breitbart = conservative Joos obsessed with the liberalism of Hollywood Joos.

    Tip for Breitbart.com – I liked A Few Good Men, but no one cares for Rob Reiner’s views on the GOP.

  51. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    The CFMEU’s mining and energy division has resolved to split from the union, slamming its ‘macho posturing and chest beating’.

    The CFMEU was only ever the old Builders Laborer’s Federation reborn and thinly disguised.

  52. Zyconoclast says:

    Newly published research indicates that people who more frequently signal their victimhood (whether real, exaggerated, or false) are more likely to lie and cheat for material gain and denigrate others as a means to get ahead.

    Victimhood signaling is associated with numerous morally undesirable personality traits, such as narcissism, Machiavellianism (willingness to manipulate and exploit others for self-benefit), a sense of entitlement, and lower honesty and humility.

    Scholars from the Immorality Lab at the University of British Columbia created a victim-signaling scale that measures how frequently people tell others of the disadvantages, challenges, and misfortunes they suffer. Those who scored higher on this victim-signaling scale were found to be more likely to virtue-signal—to outwardly display signs of virtuous moral character—while simultaneously placing less importance on their own moral identity. In other words, victim signalers were more interested in looking morally good but less interested in being morally good than those who less frequently signal their victimhood.

  53. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Lame pics.

    How deep is the average vagina?

    Just where did you meet my ex – wife?

  54. BrettW says:

    Was listening to Ch 9 News earlier and they had a female friend of the 1988 alleged rape case victim talking.

    She mentioned her deceased friend was planning to run for Federal Parliament. No party mentioned but can guess was not Coalition.

    Just how exactly do the many on the left think the Minister should step down when the accuser is deceased and prior to her death told police not to pursue further. There is no case remaining no matter how much they complain. If there is then we are getting into very dangerous ground.

    He gives a statement to police denying and then that is pretty much it. However I think we can be sure that wont be enough for those who dont regard evidence as important (ie. the Milligans).

  55. JC says:

    So inappropriate.

  56. Mark A says:

    A question to peeps my age, >60 <65.
    Do you find young people on the phone hard to understand due to the pitch and the speed of their voice?

    I only noticed it recently, usually my wife deals with incoming calls at home and at work I only get work related ones mostly male voices, reception culls all others,.

    Otherwise my hearing is fine, at least I think so. 😒😥

  57. Mark A says:

    Did You Know?

    Thanks to the particularly bitter winter of 1794-1795, French cavalry were able to charge across the Zuiderzee (a shallow bay in the North Sea) and capture Dutch ships frozen in place. The capture of ships by horsemen is an extremely rare feat in military history.

  58. Top Ender says:

    Anniversary: 3 March 1942

    On 3 March 1942 the second-worst air raid on Australia, in terms of lives lost, was made on Broome. Strangely, most Australians today don’t know much about it. From “The Empire Strikes South” (Avonmore Books).

    The attack was made by nine Zeroes of 3 Ku accompanied by one Babs command aircraft to observe results. Led by Lieutenant Zenziro Myano, the Zeroes and Babs took off from Koepang at 0705. They arrived in the area and at 0930 and as Yasuo Matsumoto later recalled:

    …dashed into the Bay…in low, and destroyed a large group of flying boats. After this we destroyed the Allied aircraft on the land airfield…during my last shooting, my Zero was shot through several parts by fire from the ground, and I left there for Koepang.
    Post-attack photos were taken by the Babs crew, Flight Petty Officer 1c Akira Hayashi and Flyer 1c Shinobu Nagasawa. Seven Zeroes and the Babs arrived back at Koepang at 1305.

    Eighty-six persons, including civilian evacuees, many of whom were children, were killed and 23 aircraft were destroyed in the attack. Many of them were flying boats, and their wrecks can still be seen today in Roebuck Bay.

    Two Zeroes were lost with one pilot, Flight Chief Petty Officer (FCPO) Osamu Kudo killed when he chased a USAAF Liberator out to sea. The bomber opened fire and both aircraft came down into the sea.

    Flyer 1c Yasuo Matsumoto was forced to ditch near Roti Island. He recalled on the return flight:

    …the engine of my Zero stopped because its fuel had run short, and my Zero was ditched in the sea nearby one small island…After about two hours of swimming I reached…that island. Then I crossed over to the Island of Roti [and] I was rescued by the patrol boat of Japanese Guards on the 20th of March.

  59. Dave in Marybrook says:

    Up late enough to imterrupt Tom?
    Everyone should backtack to Steve Trickler’s muzak. The clarinetist is a heartbreaker.

  60. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    5.30 and Attapuss and I both woke up hungry.
    Tom’s toons over an early brekkie. No favorites in toons for me today.
    But they were ok for a quick look, thanks Tom.
    I clicked on Rowe by accident, it was horrible.
    Heading back to bed, busy later today.

  61. feelthebern says:

    Matt Taibbi responds on substack to yesterday’s statist rant by “professor” Sarah T. Roberts.

    In Defense Of Substack
    UCLA professor Sarah T. Roberts mourns the good old days of gatekeeping and credential-worship

  62. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare says:

    Just took in ‘lame pics’ too. Makes sense of Zulu’s comment.

    It’s about divorce!

  63. Herodotus says:

    Thanks to P at 9.50 last night for that vignette of the old Australia we grew up in, and for the memories of a young woman who became Jeanne Little.

  64. Mark A says:

    Re, lame pics.
    My nephews are trying outdo each other by sending me risky pictures, knowing that I’m a bit straight laced.
    I though the one Zulu commented on would be acceptable at that time of day and viewed in context with the text, perhaps I was wrong, apologies.
    Oh well.

    You should see the ones “John West rejects”.

  65. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Thanks Tom! Mark Knight’s first one for me. Ageless and accurate.
    His one of Capt. Moore is good too, some deftly gentle humour when getting it wrong would cause a humongous outcry.

  66. Anne says:

    Subtle pedosymbol in the Ramirez cartoon. Clever.

  67. rickw says:

    Would never happen in Australia. Beaten by the French again:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=or8LnqydoKE

  68. MatrixTransform says:

    Missus is insisting on using the air fryer to ruin food these days.
    Fuck it’s awful

    Got sold a pandemic

    comes with an air fryer and a set of steak knives

  69. egg_ says:

    Quantum Mechanics Isn’t Weird, We’re Just Too Big!
    Great QM for dummies (most of us?)
    Webinar from Philip Ball from Nature

  70. rickw says:

    Rampant environmental destruction (and progress):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9cAkZ4bkls

  71. Rorschach says:

    The Supreme Court has on Monday rejected without comment two mandamus petitions that Sidney Powell and other lawyers filed in late December. Those cases were stylized as In re Tyler Bowyer, et al. and In Re William Feehan. The cases took issue with the election results in Arizona and Wisconsin.

  72. Old School Conservative says:

    viewed in context with the text, perhaps I was wrong, apologies.

    Nah, very funny joke and appropriate time of the night to be posting.
    Keep ’em coming.

  73. Leigh Lowe says:

    Anne says:

    March 2, 2021 at 7:05 am

    Subtle pedosymbol in the Ramirez cartoon. Clever.

    Yes there is!
    Wow!

  74. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Tale of two popes.

    Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI: ‘There Are Not Two Popes’ (1 Mar)

    Pope Francis Warns of Second ‘Great Flood’ from Global Warming (1 Mar)

    One is actually humble, the other is pushing lies.

  75. egg_ says:

    Is Grigs Kraken a schadenboner?

  76. 1735099 says:

    Sounds about right.

    Two in three respondents in the latest Essential poll believe the government has shown more interest in protecting its political interests than the interests of women who have made rape and sexual assault allegations.

  77. egg_ says:

    Nah, very funny joke and appropriate time of the night to be posting.
    Keep ’em coming.

    +1

    How deep is your love?

  78. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Numbers – Did they ask about Kathy Sheriff in the Essential poll?

  79. 1735099 says:

    The Supreme Court has on Monday rejected without comment two mandamus petitions that Sidney Powell and other lawyers filed in late December.

    Powell should be declared a vexatious litigant.
    Or sectioned – she’s barking mad.

  80. egg_ says:

    Two in three respondents in the latest Essential poll believe the government has shown more interest in protecting its political interests than the interests of… the people.

    FIFY

  81. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “more interest in protecting its political interests than the interests of women who have made wape and sexual assault allegations.”

    Fair enough racist…then Kathy Sherriff is due her day in court. Works both ways.

    And given its own tawdry history with dealing with “wape and sexual assault allegations”….presenting two examples, Milton Orkopoulos and Bob Collins, the Australian Labor party has a long and very sordid history of “protecting its political interests”. So given the current accusations, Labor should have had the good sense to keep shtum about the allegations and let the police do their work. Back in 2014, when Quentin Bryce’s son-in-law was credibly accused, the Liberals didn’t make political capital out of it and kept quiet.

    The attempted suppression of the crimes of Milton Orkopoulos here in NSW was particularly egregious. I remember very clearly how the NSW Labor party wasn’t particularly interested in “the interests of the children who made rape and sexual assault allegations against Orkopoulos”.

    Go back to bed racist.

  82. custard says:

    It’s the 53rd day of the military occupation of Washington DC and the 40th day since Joe Biden held an unaccompanied press conference.

  83. Cassie of Sydney says:

    I will also add that the Higgins accusation and the accusation against the senior cabinet minister is all politics. The timing is very interesting. I suspect Wong, Hanson-Dung and others have been working with Louse Nilligan and others at their ABC to get Morrison.

  84. Nick says:

    Not sure if I have time to post it. There is an article in the Oz about a Twitter spat between Milligan and Paul Barry, with tweets subsequently deleted

  85. Nick says:

    Yes Cassie. It’s strange that the ‘how long have you known ?’ Question hasn’t been asked.

  86. Knuckle Dragger says:

    ‘Two in three respondents in the latest Essential poll believe the government has shown more interest in protecting its political interests than the interests of women’

    Self-interest, then.

    You’re the perfect person to comment on it. Ladyboy Bob.

  87. feelthebern says:

    Louise Milligan is not stable.

  88. custard says:

    It’s the 90th day since I cancelled my subscription to the Oz and I still have access through the paywall and they still drop a copy on the lawn Saturday morning.

    😎

  89. Boambee John says:

    The ostrich really has a very narrow outlook. He only sees things that reflect badly on those he politically hates; similar matters affecting those he politically supports are never seen.

    A bit like the fat fascist fool munty.

    A pair of monomaniacs. Sad, low energy.

  90. Tom says:

    Paywallian (h/t Nick @7.57am):

    Two ABC journalists, Paul Barry and Louise Milligan, engaged in a savage Twitter spat on Monday evening, concluding only when many of the tweets were deleted.

    The exchange began when Media Watch host Paul Barry was criticised by an audience member on Twitter for lacking female representation in a segment on the Parliament House rape allegations.

    Barry quickly defended himself, saying he quoted both news.com.au journalist Samantha Maiden and The Guardian’s Katherine Murphy, and had reached out to ABC journalist Louise Milligan for further comment to which she “didn’t reply”.

    Milligan, however, responded by saying she never received the request, calling out Barry’s behaviour as “poor form”.

    “You didn’t seek comment. I had no idea,” she wrote in response.

    “You sent Twitter DM asking if you could have a word. I worked night & day all weekend & appeared at a literary festival, received countless DMs. I thought you, a colleague, wanted a chat & I’d get back to you when I had a minute. Poor form.”

    She then attached a screenshot of the original Twitter message from Barry which said “Got time for a chat?”

    However, when Milligan fired back at him, Barry doubled down on his claims that he had tried to reach her and said he went as far as to seek a response through her partner.

    “I sent you a DM on Twitter, which you did receive,” he wrote. “I followed up with a phone call, and left a long voice message yesterday laying out what we wanted. My EP contacted your partner last night and repeated the request.”

    Milligan then tried to wrap up the dispute with a series of short sentences requesting Barry try another method of contacting her next time.

    “Anyway. Whatever. Send email/detailed text next time saying you want comment. That’s what I do. Always happy if I can. Avoids confusion. Night.”

    She then deleted her tweets.

    Barry shortly followed suit, leaving only his comment to the original poster claiming he reached out in the first place.

  91. Mother Lode says:

    It is funny that the atheist left (Even their Christians apologise for their religion in the face of leftist dogma) love Francis, who now warns us in a voice that rumbles like thunder that a new flood is coming because of the unbelievers.

    And these same leftists elsewhere mock the Church because of the Galileo case where he sought to use scripture to justify heliocentrism and it was the Church saying that there was nothing in the Bible asserting one way or the other.

    I would say Francis is a holy fool, butI do not think him at all holy.

  92. Struth says:

    Good Moaning.
    I believe there has been attempts to slur my good name by claiming I have plagiarized another’s work.
    Seeing the said piece I had previously linked to here on this blog, and just reposted the actual article here later, complete with it being in “quote” format, and with the advert material still in it as well, those claiming I am trying to pass it off as my own work are being dishonest, insidious and poo poo heads.

  93. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    they still drop a copy on the lawn Saturday morning

    I dropped my Weekend Oz subscription and they kept sending me it.
    For ten years.
    Their subscriptions people don’t seem especially competent.

  94. Cassie of Sydney says:

    I find it laughable….hysterical actually, that anyone would think that Wong, Keneally, Hanson-Dung and all the rest of the fetid progressive filth in Canberra actually give a rats arse about Brittany Higgins’ allegations and also care about “seeking justice” for the diseased woman…who died by her own hand. It’s about getting Morrison (who’s been riding high in the polls) and the Liberals. It is only about the politics.

    In six months time people, when asked, will say “Brittany who”.

  95. Nick says:

    Thanks Tom

  96. Nick says:

    I believe there has been attempts to slur my good name by claiming I have plagiarized another’s work.

    There’s no way there would be two people so silly, surely ?

  97. Geriatric Mayfly says:

    She then deleted her tweets. Barry shortly followed suit,

    Sounds like Ita sent both of them to their rooms. Unseemly behaviour indeed from the Nation’s most revered media outlet.

  98. Struth says:

    Now for a bit of exercise, I’ve already been for my walk.

    Present scrolling fingers…………

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    The Declaration of Independence is in the docks.
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    The Bill of Rights, in solitary confinement.
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    The Magna Carta, a museum piece.
    It was a historical mistake.

    4th of July a Festival of Hatred.

    14 of July a Feast of the Deluded.

    Universal Declaration of the Rights of Man — farcical insipid drivel.

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    No right to give a smile, nor to see one given. Forget your tears. Ignore a weeping neighbor.

    Sneezing and coughing as criminal as hugging or kissing.

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    No right to protest.
    No right to debate, discuss, formulate, and defend these and any other rights.

    No rights, no rights at all, except the Right to Obey.

    The Right to Obey not the Will of the People in the form of democratically debated and promulgated legislation, but to genuflect to secretive “Science” committees whose composition, meetings, and decisions are secret, and without appeal.

    In the span of mere months the world has been transmogrified. Reason and common sense assassinated by artificially whipped up panic and hysteria. The freedom to move about of our own will and volition, where we see fit according to our needs and fancies, ruthlessly crushed under the Iron Heel of Fear.

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    To communicate in person – with colleagues, friends, and family, forbidden.

    To care for our loved ones, a transgression.

    To go about the business of human business, social, community, entrepreneurial, family – all abrogated.

    In the name of protecting our lives, we are turning into zombies whose lives are not worth living.

    To remain human, has become a struggle. Not an abstract struggle. Not a metaphor. A daily struggle with our lonely, outcast selves.

    The Algos are rising. The Singularity is the emergence of an Artificial Conscience from the fusing of routers, mobile devises, internet of things, virtual assistants, and the web, by a handful of digital oligarchs whose power is based on our dependence on their products.

    They are men advised by Artificial Intelligence generated through the analysis of our mass data. Exploiting our digital fingerprints and location to stealthily penetrate our psyche in order to fragment us, isolate us, demotivate us, precipitate despondency and despair, so as to increase our dependency on them.

    Corporations, Government, and the Media aren’t merely censoring us or telling us what to think, they are furthering our dependance so as to entrench their power permanently, and without appeal.

    Our leaders have failed to adapt our laws to this. As individuals we have failed to adapt our lives to it.

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    We are enslaved to The Screen. We refuse discipline in our habits. The ease with which we stopped reading, and listening, with which we yield to our impulse to tap, to click, to stare, is the ease with which the Digital Oligarchs have taken over.

    A totalitarian society the likes of which no futurist or prophet has dared to describe for fear of implausibility descends upon us. It is not a dream. It is a nightmare, and it is taking place here and now, in the real world.

    Covid-19 is not the plague. At its worst, fatalities remain bellow 1%, but to give up our most fundamental rights would always be more detrimental to our future than even a 20% fatality rate.

    During wars, during famines, during previous pandemics, we have no collective memory of restrictions on caring for our loved ones, celebrating Holidays together, our births and birthdays, of attending funerals, of sharing food at the same table, and breathing the same air. In fact, all of our wars were fought for their preservation. We knew no bans on smiles. On contact. On existence. The current Tyranny foisted upon us in the name of fighting this virus (or any virus) is already a form of defeat. A form of capitulation. Of handing over from the start, that for which one is supposedly fighting.

    Never in the history of humanity has such administrative overreach been witnessed. We are building a stifling dystopia, in which a sliver of elites dictates our thoughts, actions, and emotions while our very movements, identities, and intimate thoughts are subject to a policing more draconian than anything experienced in Nazi Germany or Bolshevik Russia.

    The effort to stoke hysteria displaces Goebbles or Marxists-Leninists into the medieval period. The cutting edge of persuasion technology, the algorithms of Google, Facebook, Twitter, and countless Digital Oligarchies are now the Core of the Coercive Machine in which Covid is but a means to an end.

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    It is not a matter of disinformation, it is a matter of mass manipulation by embedding reporters into hospitals, and barraging us with death pornography tailored to everyone’s specific demographic reference frame while we are coerced into group-think with arbitrary incarceration, massive fines, and family separation. Decades of medical practice, and scientific integrity are turned on their heads, and the credibility of countless institutions is in shambles.

    Covid-19 has a tangible deleterious impact on our reproductive organs. The more antibodies, the worst the effect. Repeat injection of vaccines can not but enhance this effect. No – no one who has had the disease should take any of the vaccines.

    Vaccines which have not passed the most rudimentary long-term safety-tests coupled with lockdown induced bottlenecks create artificial mutagenic pressure on the virus. Without being able to run its natural 2 year course, human meddling will make SARS-CoV-2 deadlier and more unwieldy.

    The original strain is the best form of inoculation. Asymptomatic transmission is virtually unknown, except in very close domestic quarters of which lockdowns are the chief facilitators. If it is merely a case of poor detection, then asymptomatic transmission is manifestly the best route towards herd immunity.

    Such immunity is long-term. Repeat infection occurs only in the immunosuppressed, and at a rate lower than for mono (Epstein-Barr virus) or chickenpox. Many humans have pre-existing immunity.

    “Immunity passports” do not promise to take this into account. They have nothing to do with immunity, everything to do with Pfizer, Big Tech, and Big Government. Immunity to Covid-19 cannot be measured by inexpensive and widely available means, and antibodies are found among the immunocompromised, not the healthy.

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    The logic of of such “passports” is a global surveillance system, ripe with fraud, identity theft, and Orwellian Tyranny running roughshod over two million years of human evolution.Vaccine passports are not proof of immunity, but in-humanity. Coerced reduction to the status of a guinea pigs. Deletion of cerebral independence by an onslaught of death porn. Destruction of Human Will by hacking of our live digitally and physically.

    To remain a human has become a struggle and there aren’t three ways to victory.

    There is only one.

    We must declare Independence, and this presumes declaring War.

    First – Civil Disobedience.

    Mass Civil Disobedience.

    To ignore the orders. En masse.

    To incur the fine, and not pay. En masse!

    We need to protest, but to coordinate protest activity we need to begin circumventing the current system. We need less intermediaries. Forums, listserves, mailing lists, direct calls cannot be censored as effectively as social media.

    Hence, print leaflets, spray-paint, decals, wear clothes with a message.

    Open your window and at least whisper – I’m Mad as Hell and I’m not Going to Take This Anymore!

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    Talk man to man, woman to woman. Across social, racial, religious, and above all political (!) lines. We are all allies in this cause. We all march together. Where the digital is not controlled, trans-national information sharing and coordination must be pursued, but outreach starts in the streets, alleys, in the queues. With stickers on your cars. Banners on your windows. A protest sign in public places. With sustained support through honking, thumb-up, with conversation.

    Approach members of law enforcement, remind them of the difference between laws respectful of our fundamental rights vs. rule by edict and memoranda.

    Make it a point that fatalities are increased by lockdowns, by masking, by government incompetence. Fight the attempt to guilt-shame the fight for liberty. Less oxygen, less physical activity, mental inertia, and social isolation equal increased vulnerability. Under 50s are committing more suicides than are dying of the virus.

    As the provision of services and goods declines, preventable disease mortality rises to all time highs. Less human warmth, grater isolation, undermine the immune system, and Corona can strike harder, more lethally.

    Through the trampling of due process social upheaval is rendered inevitable. The Social Contract – null and void. Human trust is poisoned by government sponsored vigilantism. A generation seeped in contempt is arising, and it will recognize neither law nor friend, but only foe.

    The effort at victory starts with everyone, everyone talking to anyone, with the message that any abrogation, neglect, and willful suppression of our Civil Rights is a price never worth paying, even in the face of death.

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    Communication, human communication, is the start of our resistance.

    It is the key to success, and the keystone of building a future in which liberty endures. A future which requires that we put a stop to Big Tech’s Big Crushing of Humanity now, immediately!

    Now and not tomorrow!

    From the beginning, lockdowns, masks, and social distancing diluted the social fabric of society and opened the door to untrammeled technocracy and dehumanization, and to resist these measure is to assert one’s humanity. To fight these measures, is to fight for the well being of future generations.

    Civil Disobedience is the first step. It can only succeed if its practice is sufficiently broad, and persistent. The refusal to pay fines is its most important dimension. Collective refusal is collective support. It can be done with a minimum of communication.

    Politicians who oppose Corona-tyrannical measures deserve our support, and when possible – our vote. Their platform must include the amnesty of all corona related penalties and fees, and a reparations tax levied on the the media and digital monopolists who attempted to seize power under medico-administrative pretexts.

    Were this to fail, the conflict will become as in 1776, 1789, 1989 (to mention the best known) a struggle in which autonomous groups will resort to physical self-defense, as a result of the violence perpetrated by a state.

    This physical self-defense will become the only option, and at no point is it anyone’s business to denounce such defense when in service to our common, universal humanity.

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    If governments choose to pursue a war on their populations, revolutionary tribunals will be organized and convened, so our actions remain focused, and not arbitrary.

    These tribunals will weigh the damage done by specific actors and policies to individuals, families, and entire communities. Corporations, vested interests, and decision makers whose conduct contributed to the erosion of the provision of care, increase in suicides, suffering, and psychological destruction of fellow humans will be judged by juries of their peers. Sentences will be promulgated.

    For Civil Disobedience to be effective, it must be understood as the first step of a determined campaign which will not compromise with the enemy.

    It is a canard that our only options are those of peace when all peaceful options are rendered illegal. Eschewing or denouncing the right to psychical self-defense as a matter of principle, is to surrender before the firsts shot is fired; an inevitable fact, no matter how unpalatable. What is not inevitable, is a reversal. Governments can avoid mass Civil Disobedience, and certainly physical confrontation and revolution, if they put a stop to policies which make them necessary.

    By the time soldiers are deployed in the streets of New York, Los Angeles, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, London, Berlin, Moscow, Tokyo, to oppose the human struggle for freedom, neither citizen nor soldier will have anything to lose.

    It is a fundamental mistake to accept lockdowns and masks as health measures against Corona for it sets a precedent for the abrogation of Civil Rights in time of arbitrarily designated “Emergencies.”

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    It is a fundamental mistake to criminalize the spread of Corona for it sets a precedent that governments can read our minds and interpret our intentions, not to mention legislate to nature! To interfere with complex dynamic systems using incomplete and limited human models, in the name of an ill defined demographic good to engineer biological molecules without any legal responsibility or liability.

    The time to resists is Now. To Resist this Tyranny before its strictures become permanent and irreversible. To spread the word, and share the message by all means possible, staying one step ahead of the censors. To generate support for opposition and to maintain this support throughout a necessary and just struggle for our liberties and freedoms.

    Without such freedoms we are no longer human, but mere cattle to be herded according to the whims and caprices of a a few geeks who are protected by armies of brain-dead zombies.

    And posted as it was posted.
    The fact people suggest I was trying to pas it off as my own work, just gives me a chance to repost it, claiming self defense, but the real reason is, any excuse will do.
    Great piece.
    Now scroll back up with your left hand pointer finger and read through again.
    Then rest.
    This program only works in conjunction with a healthy balanced diet.

  99. Knuckle Dragger says:

    Two days of industry ‘conference’ coming up.

    Doubtless there will be butchers’ paper, whiteboard markers and corporate snarkery.

    I have already organised some buzzword bingo with a like-minded colleague, and will attempt not to vomit at the no-doubt-imminent suckholery which will be displayed by some.

    This will culminate in a half-hour one-on-one with some very well-paid people in this industry. I believe, this time around, I will imitate Morgan Freeman’s parole presentation in The Shawshank Redemption.

  100. Roger says:

    Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has been found guilty of trying to bribe a judge and of influence peddling and has been sentenced to three years in jail, with two years suspended.

    Influence peddling…

    When former politicians do that in Australia we call it lobbying.

  101. Crossie says:

    Pope Francis Warns of Second ‘Great Flood’ from Global Warming (1 Mar)

    One is actually humble, the other is pushing lies.

    I’m sure I was taught that God showed Noah the rainbow as a sign that he will not send a flood again.

  102. Geriatric Mayfly says:

    and will attempt not to vomit at the no-doubt-imminent suckholery which will be displayed by some.

    As you stare at the clock and shoot gamma rays at it to try and move those hands forward, right at what looks like the conclusion, one of these toads sees a chance to impress. That sinking feeling transcends all.

  103. Mother Lode says:

    It’s the 53rd day of the military occupation of Washington DC and the 40th day since Joe Biden held an unaccompanied press conference.

    Most popular President EVAH!

    Since the ‘unprecedented’* MAGA act of terrorism genocide holocaust of a hecatomb of infants to Trump-Moloch**, whatever escalated term they are using for it now, has there been any violence from Trump supporters yet?

    *Assuming that it was even instigated by Trump supporters in the first place.

    ** For those who do not know, the word ‘holocaust’ (lower case ‘h’) describes sacrifice by burning (the etymology is ‘whole’ and ‘burn’). Forgive the silly alliteration – a touch of whimsy on my part.

    In other sacrifice news it would seem that it was Prometheus who tricked the almighty Gods into accepting as their share of a sacrifice the least pleasant bits (offal, stomach, bones etc) while humans, their servants, got all the meat.

  104. Gab says:

    I’m sure I was taught that God showed Noah the rainbow as a sign that he will not send a flood again.

    Yes, this is true. And in the New testament we are told many times, for those who will listen, that fire is on the agenda next.

  105. Dave in Marybrook says:

    I wonder if the Australian is keeping subscriptions open to pump up distribution numbers? Seems to work on youx who still approach and test the paywall.
    After all, the do still need to show evidence of eyeballs to their advertisers.

  106. caveman says:

    Lockdowns were a hit, I guess the China’s think they’re on a roll with the next big thing, anal swabbing ….,baboon love.

  107. Leigh Lowe says:

    feelthebern says:

    March 2, 2021 at 8:07 am

    Louise Milligan is not stable.

    She looks like she lives in one.

  108. Eyrie says:

    Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has been found guilty of trying to bribe a judge

    I’ll take a stab at it. The judge was offended by the small amount offered?

  109. Leigh Lowe says:

    REPORT THIS AD.
    Brilliant!

  110. Dot says:

    The judge was not offered an appellate judgeship.

  111. min says:

    Back in the Early 70’s when I was still teaching , girls had little knowledge of , sexuality, vague about connection with sexual acts and reaching puberty at an earlier age . Back then there used to be Carnal knowledge for those 14 and under .Not too many on the pill at that age then either . Just like teenage boys they can be a a raging mass of hormones , discovering themselves and unsure. In the 80s with start of the self esteem movement that emphasised approval., success and achievement to measure self worth and maybe at war with their parents teenage girls needing love and approval were dating at a younger age . By then I was a practising psychologist and many caring parents came to get help to understand their daughters’ behaviours and often concerned about sexual activity . Looking for love and approval led to risky behaviours I am sure and of course the pill was now available for teenage girls . I think that by then sex education at school was how to put a condom on a banana. So that being said same information re rape allegations . How old were the males involved ? , Well we know one was in his 20s as he was running the camp . What we do know both girls were 16 but what were the circumstances of their meeting the person who took advantage of them . I cannot remember the year that we got the judges retrained to handle rape cases so I am saying if judges had no more idea then young men did .
    BTW judges used to comment on way woman was dressed and the classic ‘ when she said No she really meant Yes’ The old question of what started as a hot , hot consensual activity when does it cross the line.

  112. H B Bear says:

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  113. custard says:

    You cannot criticise 7-Nillagain on Twitter at any level. If you do she simply blocks you.

  114. Leigh Lowe says:

    Nick says:

    March 2, 2021 at 8:24 am

    I believe there has been attempts to slur my good name by claiming I have plagiarized another’s work.

    There’s no way there would be two people so silly, surely ?

    The New Cat has no gibberish filter.

  115. Leigh Lowe says:

    REPORT EVERYTHING!

  116. egg_ says:

    I find it laughable….hysterical actually, that anyone would think that Wong, Keneally, Hanson-Dung and all the rest of the fetid progressive filth in Canberra actually give a rats arse about Brittany Higgins’ allegations and

    It’s their selective outrage (for their own gender) that’s most odious.
    A bit like how they don’t like to interfere in the misogyny in little brown peoples affairs.
    White wymminses privilege.

  117. H B Bear says:

    Is there anything that can’t be improved by an appearance by Lord Waffleworth on 7:30? Do not abandon the hope of Potential Greatness.

  118. Dr Faustus says:

    US failure to sanction Saudi crown prince for Khashoggi killing ‘extremely dangerous’, UN expert says

    “It is extremely problematic, in my view, if not dangerous, to acknowledge someone’s culpability and then to tell that someone ‘but we won’t do anything, please proceed as if have we have said nothing’,” she said.

    Thank goodness there is a deft hand on the tiller of US Foreign Policy.

  119. H B Bear says:

    TO WHOM?

  120. Leigh Lowe says:

    Knuckle Dragger says:

    March 2, 2021 at 8:30 am

    Two days of industry ‘conference’ coming up.

    Doubtless there will be butchers’ paper, whiteboard markers and corporate snarkery.

    I have already organised some buzzword bingo

    You can also play “parking lot lotto”.
    See how many arkward questions you can ask which will be “parked” and dealt with “if we have time”.
    We never have time.

  121. Leigh Lowe says:

    THE RELEVANT AUTHORITIES!

  122. egg_ says:

    The ostrich really has a very narrow outlook. He only sees things that reflect badly on those he politically hates; similar matters affecting those he politically supports are never seen.

    A bit like the fat fascist fool munty.

    Namboob and Manboobs – the dynamic duo!

  123. egg_ says:

    Thinking only of the reputations of his former colleagues.
    #whataguy

    He only strangled his ex girlfriend’s cat for the sake of her reputation (allegedly).

  124. H B Bear says:

    THE RELEVANT AUTHORITIES!

    BUT THEY ARE THE PROBLEM!

  125. calli says:

    The cat’s?

  126. calli says:

    Has the blog hone to Caps Lock? Why wasn’t I informed?

  127. calli says:

    And unforced typos too.

    I paid Premium!

  128. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “I find it laughable….hysterical actually, that anyone would think that Wong, Keneally, Hanson-Dung and all the rest of the fetid progressive filth in Canberra actually give a rats arse about Brittany Higgins’ allegations and”

    I should qualify what I wrote earlier…..they love Brittany’s allegations….they don’t give rat’s arse about about Brittany.

  129. Dr Faustus says:

    a cold summer

    Luckily, most of Palacechookland bucked the trend and recorded a satisfactory Horror Heatwave.

  130. Dot says:

    Has anyone seen the 8 mm film from 1973 of an apparent Tylacine in South Australia?

    Anyone interested should also listen to Forrest Galante on Joe Rogan. Apparently researchers have seen them playfully interact with their guard dogs in FNQ.

    It would be great if they were a resurrected “Lazarus” species.

  131. Leigh Lowe says:

    THE RELEVANT AUTHORITIES!

    BUT THEY ARE THE PROBLEM!

    OH DEAR!

  132. mh says:

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    I refuse.

  133. Des Deskperson says:

    Milligan: ‘I worked night & day all weekend & appeared at a literary festival, received countless DMs.’

    It’s all about her, isn’t it?

  134. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Stiglich and Kelly ‘toons today. Love the Brandis fish in the first one.

  135. egg_ says:

    IIRC they’re currently blaming human destruction of the plant species supporting the megafauna for their extinction.

  136. Terry Pedersen says:

    I clicked on Rowe by accident, it was horrible.

    Short term memory loss. It was yesterday’s.

    Today’s David Rowe

  137. Dr Faustus says:

    Has anyone seen the 8 mm film from 1973 of an apparent Tylacine in South Australia?

    Everyone with an Access All Areas pass to the Tunnels knows where the Thylacine kennels are.

  138. Dot says:

    Wow.

    From HowStuffWorks

    Waters, however, contends that there have been dozens of credible sightings of thylacines. “Actually hundreds of them … too many to name,” he says. “One, in particular, was a busload of tourists in Western Australia back in the 1980s who all saw the animal at close range in broad daylight whilst on a wild flower tour.

    A busload of people sighting a perhaps still alive species is very interesting.

  139. Geriatric Mayfly says:

    Milligan: ‘I worked night & day all weekend…

    …on the taxpayer’s dime writing another one of MY prize winning books.

  140. H B Bear says:

    Milligan: ‘I worked night & day all weekend & appeared at a literary festival, received countless DMs.’

    When you’ve lost Paul Barry …

    Should be interesting times around the water cooler.

  141. H B Bear says:

    I suspect most Cats would find writers festivals hard work. All that bad cheese and cheap red.

  142. mh says:

    Apparently researchers have seen them playfully interact with their guard dogs in FNQ.

    They are all over Qld.

    But we don’t like to talk about it.

  143. H B Bear says:

    It would be like living in Adelaide during the 70s.

  144. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Today’s David Rowe

    Every Day is Exactly the Same
    Ok maybe not exactly, but sure rhymes.

  145. Leigh Lowe says:

    STOP THE TRANNY!

  146. Dot says:

    Interesting mh, good chat.

  147. Geriatric Mayfly says:

    Today’s David Rowe
    Every Day is Exactly the Same

    Can’t wait for the day when his Collected Works appear on the shelves. Just in case there is something I may have missed.

  148. Leigh Lowe says:

    Sorry.
    STOP THE TYRANNY!

  149. mh says:

    OJPAC
    @OJPAC
    ·
    20h
    Disturbing incident the last hour on a @FlyFrontier flight as staff told a Hasidic couple to get off because their 18 month old had no mask. Applause is heard as the couple started leaving. Travels say on camera that the applause came from staff who also cheered that “we did it.”

    https://twitter.com/OJPAC/status/1366205585641910273?s=20

  150. Mother Lode says:

    Ha!

    So Nilligan has fallen prey to the old MediaWatch trick of contacting people for comment at the last possible moment so MW can say they were reached out to for reply but have not been contacted (with the implication that their quarry is running scared).

  151. dopey says:

    Milligan might be feeling some pressure. Gerard Henderson says he plans to write more on the Pell case, a book I hope.

  152. egg_ says:

    Leigh Lowe says:
    March 2, 2021 at 9:56 am

    REPORT THIS TARD

  153. Des Deskperson says:

    ‘So Nilligan has fallen prey to the old MediaWatch trick of contacting people for comment at the last possible moment ..”

    Usually used to trick conservatives, but why Milligan, who is on of theirs?

  154. calli says:

    So Nilligan has fallen prey to the old MediaWatch trick

    Yes! Is her star on the wane, or did Barry just think business as usual?

  155. H B Bear says:

    Can’t wait for the day when his Collected Works appear on the shelves.

    Ask Groogs to pick you up a signed copy. I think he likes them because they remind him of Mother.

  156. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Fat naked indistinguishable unrecognisable imbeciles wallowing in mounds of faeces and vomit, rendered in lurid hues reminiscent of a very bad acid trip, in a style blatantly plagiarised from Ralph Steadman.

    Which would be every David Rowe “cartoon” ever.

  157. Des Deskperson says:

    ‘Yes! Is her star on the wane, or did Barry just think business as usual?’

    More likely that Milligan is so far up herself that she ignored the contact or it just didn’t register with her.

  158. H B Bear says:

    Everybody at the staff co-op is usually so chummy. They love interviewing each other.

  159. Farmer Gez says:

    It’s hot alright.
    Long pants and a pullover on the 2nd March.

    We’ve had three bursts of warm/hot weather over summer and they were only three days long each time. We’re on the average scale according to “adjusted to fit” past averages.

  160. areff says:

    You cannot criticise 7-Nillagain on Twitter at any level. If you do she simply blocks you.

    Ask her about J’s new job (lovely gig with the Andrews government) or how R’s dad went all whips-and-leather kinky at about the same time the lad with the golden tonsils got into smack and you’ll be blocked in two seconds flat.

  161. min says:

    Apropo my earlier posts and Judges and changing cultural attitudes . I decided to Google the training of judges for rape cases and it seems there are are still complaints about it such as 2012 a judge was reprimanded for saying She did not struggle . Uk and Wales judges in this area are required to train every three years . Anyway as Hairy said REPORT TO WHOM?
    Police were really supportive back before I retired , things have changed with police force becoming more political . However DPP into the he said , she said excuse and refuse to go ahead with charges .

  162. BrettW says:

    Hadley getting stuck into Turnbull over comments (on ABC radio) he has made about 1988 case. Top comments clip at 2GB site. Calls him Clouseau. Amongst other comments Turnbull says dont know for sure she took her own life. He has questions over timing of her death.

    Hadley later talks with AFP boss.

    Just imagine how the family are feeling about all the press and political use of her death.

  163. Old Lefty says:

    How long before Vicplod have Paul Barry up on fabricated abuse charges?

  164. Leigh Lowe says:

    areff says:

    March 2, 2021 at 10:16 am

    You cannot criticise 7-Nillagain on Twitter at any level. If you do she simply blocks you.

    Ask her about J’s new job (lovely gig with the Andrews government) or how R’s dad went all whips-and-leather kinky at about the same time the lad with the golden tonsils got into smack and you’ll be blocked in two seconds flat.

    Which reminds me.
    All those “multiple civil cases” which were “imminent” twelve months ago, notably from the S&M daddy who was “crushed and distraught” that an innocent man had been let out of jail.
    Where are they?

  165. H B Bear says:

    Waffleworth would be well advised when passing a car crash to just keep driving. Of course Malcolm genius requires that he stops to help.

  166. Black Ball says:

    A report on your gabfest Knuckle Dragger would be great. I am sure ‘Welcome To Country’ was ticked off first?

  167. H B Bear says:

    Where are they?

    I think I got some with my fish & chips order a while back.

  168. Roger says:

    Just imagine how the family are feeling about all the press and political use of her death.

    I saw a report that they asked Milligan (?) not to pursue the matter precisely because of that reason.

  169. Geriatric Mayfly says:

    the lad with the golden tonsils

    Chocolate drop eyes, golden tonsils. The metaphor supply is all but exhausted.

  170. Cassie of Sydney says:

    When you have Louse Nilligan and Turdbull stirring the pot…the malicious, vile Turdbull is enjoying both the attention and the opportunity to further knife Morrison and the Liberals.

    “Wape allegation: Turnbull’s startling claims over woman’s death

    Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has sensationally questioned whether the alleged victim of a historic wape claimed to have been committed by a sitting cabinet member did indeed take her own life.

    Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has sensationally called for an inquest into the death of a woman said to be the victim of an alleged historic wape by a sitting cabinet member.

    Spinning a conspiracy theory worthy of House of Cards, Mr Turnbull told Radio National’s Fran Kelly that he “has a question in my own mind” about whether the woman did in fact kill herself last year, saying the notion that she would have killed herself was “counter-intuitive” to him.

    “We don’t know for sure that she took her own life, we know for sure that she’s dead. And there needs to be an inquest”, Mr Turnbull said.

    The claims come on the heels of reports in The Daily Telegraph that some within the Morrison government believe that Mr Turnbull has been actively working to amplify the claims of wape to destabilise the government and seek revenge for the leadership spill which saw him removed from power in 2018.

    The current claims of wape against a sitting cabinet minister were first revealed by the ABC’s Louise Milligan in a tweet last Friday evening, and have been the subject of much speculation ever since.

    Scott Morrison has said the cabinet minister accused of historical wape denies the allegation “categorically”.

    Mr Turnbull’s latest comments are likely to further muddy the waters around the case and add to calls for an inquest or inquiry that, no matter its findings, could be damaging to the government.

  171. Roger says:

    Senator Rex Patrick has given notice of a motion to declare that the CCPs treatment of Uighurs constitutes the crime of genocide. Should be up for debate next Monday

  172. H B Bear says:

    Spinning a conspiracy theory worthy of House of Cards, Mr Turnbull told Radio National’s Fran Kelly that he “has a question in my own mind” about whether the woman did in fact kill herself last year,

    Stay classy Waffles.

  173. Dot says:

    Malturd needs to go on a watchlist for mentally unstable conspiracy theorists.

  174. Anne says:

    What does it mean, Ted?

    It means we’re close to the end of this movie.

    The bottom line is that we are in an epic transition from slavery to sovereignty, poverty to prosperity, and war to peace. We may have some difficult struggles ahead — food shortages, nature causing havoc, genocidal pharma “vaccines” — but we will overcome them. But at least we won’t have to endure the lies of the Mockingbird Media for much longer.

    Nor will we have to suffer the mocking of dangerous morons. “The Bidan Show” says wakeup time is almost here for everyone. The multi-year cleanup is nearly done. America has been saved by its military and Patriots. The whole world is next.

    Enjoy the show!

    https://t.me/QFrogman5326/4286

    Read the whole thing.

    The world is about to change.

    NESARA is coming!

  175. Leigh Lowe says:

    The bottom line is that we are in an epic transition from slavery to sovereignty, poverty to prosperity, and war to peace. 

    That’s my take too.

  176. Farmer Gez says:

    Tiger shark weighing 395kg caught off Botany Bay during game fishing comp

    I wonder if the shoe is on the other foot?

  177. Des Deskperson says:

    Here, BTW, is the line-up for the Adelaide Writers Week, part of the Adelaide Festival, where doubtless Milligan believes she was the star attraction:

    https://www.adelaidefestival.com.au/writers-week/?view=lineup#lineupBreak

    While the usual suspects: Marr, Murphy, Denniss, Flanagan, Paul ($1.9 million) Daley – a guy who, like Alberici, always seem to be on the cusp of a literary award but never quite makes it – were over-represented, there also seems to be an intellectual diversity that you don’t find in other literary festivals and certainly not Canberra’s; even Christopher Pyne gets a gig.

    Here’s Milligan’s entry:

    “Louise Milligan is an investigative reporter for the ABC TV’s Four Corners. Her award-winning stories for ABC’s 7.30 on the abuse allegations against George Pell led to the book Cardinal: The Rise and Fall of Cardinal Pell, which was awarded the Walkley Book Award in 2017 and won the 2018 Civic Choice Award for the Melbourne Prize for Literature. Milligan is Irish-born and was raised a devoted Catholic. Her most recent book is Witness: An Investigation into the Brutal Cost of Seeking Justice.”

    Note once again her oddly semi-literate style. Surely she means ‘devout’ Catholic, not ‘devoted’.

  178. Dr Faustus says:

    Interesting to note that Senator Wong and the ALP frontbench have retired from the fray of kicking Morrison to death over the rape allegations.

    A week ago MsWong was on the front foot claiming a Morrison cover-up of the Higgins matter – yet now, strangely silent about the 1988 matter. The rest of the Parliamentary ALP has also vacated the battleground, leaving the moral outrage about ‘an alleged rapist casting a shadow over Cabinet’ and shrill demands for extrajudicial inquiries to SHY and assorted spear-carriers outside the Parliament.

    Surely nothing to do with managing the political impact of the Kathy Sheriff allegations…

  179. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Malcolm Turnbull is like Prince Charles and John Kerry. A walking disaster area who won’t shut up and hangs around like a fart in an elevator. Kevin Rudd is another one. Unsurprisingly they all have the same politics.

  180. buckshot says:

    H B Bear says:
    March 2, 2021 at 10:32 am
    Waffleworth would be well advised when passing a car crash to just keep driving. Of course Malcolm genius requires that he stops to help.

    That would be a ute crashing into a gate?

  181. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Former Prime Minister Waffles Turnbuckle has sensationally questioned whether the alleged victim of a historic wape claimed to have been committed by a sitting cabinet member did indeed take her own life.

    There’s only one explanation, Waffles (cue spooky music …).

    Arkancide.

  182. duncanm says:

    areff says:
    March 2, 2021 at 10:16 am
    Ask her about J’s new job (lovely gig with the Andrews government)

    details ? If possible without revealing who he is.

  183. areff says:

    Des, interestingly the director of the lit fest is one of the suicide ‘victim’s’ mates quoted by Milligan. I’m starting to suspect — just suspect, mind you — that I know where those anonymous letters originated. I’m told, by an informed source, that another quoted mate of the deceased also happens to have been one of the few guests at Milligan’s very-small London wedding to fellow ABCer Nick Leys.

    At a glance it seems Milligan is at the very centre of those she is now quoting and that she is being somewhat circumspect in detailing her personal connections to the dead woman’s circle. In this piece, for instance, she mentions and quotes the lit-fest organiser, never saying which festival or that she just happened to be there over the weekend.

    Likewise, no mention of her ties to the wedding guest.

  184. incoherent rambler says:

    The New Cat has no gibberish filter.

    Authentic frontier gibberish is now allowed.

    gawdarnit

  185. rickw says:

    Read the whole thing.

    Annie, you need to extract and post in full.

  186. Tom says:

    Paywallian:

    Michael Gudinski, the man who took Australian rock and pop music to the world, has died. He was 68.

    But not a word about how or why he died so young. The circumstances of his death are just not covered — which is usually code for suicide.

    The Paywallian thinks we’re all idiots who can be fed narratives instead of facts.

  187. incoherent rambler says:

    Aha! There “is a question in Mikey Trumble’s mind” .

    That should put an end the sentience questions.

  188. Roger says:

    Michael Gudinski, the man who took Australian rock and pop music to the world, has died. He was 68.

    But not a word about how or why he died so young. The circumstances of his death are just not covered — which is usually code for suicide.

    Another case for our intrepid citizen coroner, Maladroit Blight Trumble, Esq.

  189. H B Bear says:

    … there also seems to be an intellectual diversity that you don’t find in other literary festivals and certainly not Canberra’s; even Christopher Pyne gets a gig.

    They’ve got their Black Hand on it.

  190. bespoke says:

    Listening to another driver this morning about his 1st year boy coming home demanding they stop using cars and his response was to get him up early to walk to school. It was amusing at first then the realization sets in how the education system put little consideration to conflicts it can create withing the family.

  191. H B Bear says:

    Given (I suspect) his lifestyle 68 might be a fair innings. We can’t all be Keith Richards. I may be wrong.

  192. Diogenes says:

    The circumstances of his death are just not covered — which is usually code for suicide.

    The real give away is always the tag “If you or someone you know …”

  193. areff says:

    Here’s Nilligan’s latest:

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-03-01/friends-of-woman-rape-allegation-speak-out-four-corners/13202330

    What’s also interesting is that Jacinta Price can’t get on the ABC to discuss child-rope and abuse in indigenous communities, all documented, in the hands of police/courts and no doubt about what happened.

    But a knot of inner-city types — a wine writer, a lit fest organiser, a non-government social lobbyist (Deeble), a green-energy guru — get 120-point headlines in a matter in which no resolution is possible (she’s dead and withdrew the complaint, d-oh).

    This whole thing looks suspiciously like 4Corners attempt to justify the damp squib of a ‘scoop’ on sexual predatation in Canberra from a month or so ago.

  194. Roger says:

    It was amusing at first then the realization sets in how the education system put little consideration to conflicts it can create withing the family.

    You see that as a bug, they see it as a feature.

  195. H B Bear says:

    But a knot of inner-city types — a wine writer, a lit fest organiser, a non-government social lobbyist (Deeble), a green-energy guru …

    Good God. It sounds like a Jonathon Green dinner party.

  196. Roger says:

    Good God. It sounds like a Jonathon Green dinner party.

    Or a panel on The Dumb.

  197. But not a word about how or why he died so young.

    Seven says he died in his sleep, although he’d had a fall a few days ago.

    https://twitter.com/7NewsSydney/status/1366549816445046784

  198. H B Bear says:

    It’s not a Dumb panel unless you have got a tinted woman in traditional ceremonial headdress.

  199. Roger says:

    It’s not a Dumb panel unless you have got a tinted woman in traditional ceremonial headdress.

    Perhaps they tweeted an invite to one at the mast minute but she didn’t show?

  200. JMH says:

    Re. “Nilligen’s latest”…

    From Nilligen’s pulp – may I make a slight correction: “made a historical accusation” should read “an” historical accusation. Obviously, she doesn’t know any better.

  201. Lysander says:

    Maocon has always been a wrongologist but seems he’s now going for a PhD in Wrongology. He can now join the ranks of Nilligan, PvO, Waleed as certified nutters.

  202. Dot says:

    Tiger shark weighing 395kg caught off Botany Bay during game fishing comp

    Simpler times, better times.

  203. Dr Faustus says:

    Interesting to note that Senator Wong and the ALP frontbench have retired from the fray of kicking Morrison over the rope allegations.

    A week ago Ms Wong was on the front foot claiming a Morrison cover-up of the Higgins matter – yet now, strangely silent about the 1988 matter.

    The rest of the Parliamentary ALP has also vacated the battleground, leaving the moral outrage about ‘an alleged ropist casting a shadow over Cabinet’ and shrill demands for extrajudicial inquiries to SHY and assorted spear-carriers outside the Parliament.

    Surely nothing to do with managing the political impact of the Kathy Sheriff allegations…

  204. incoherent rambler says:

    “Well the laws of Australia prevail in Australia, I can assure you of that. The laws of mathematics are very commendable, but the only law that applies in Australia is the law of Australia,” he [MT] said.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/malcolm-turnbull-prime-minister-laws-mathematics-do-not-apply-australia-encryption-l-a7842946.html

  205. incoherent rambler says:

    Meanwhile, Australian prime minister Malcom Turnbull earned an award for the most epic fail for insisting the laws of Australia trump the laws of mathematics. The Aussie leader was told it’s not possible to backdoor encryption for counterterrorism snoops without ruining the crypto for everyone else, and was having none of it.

    “The laws of Australia prevail in Australia, I can assure you of that,” he said. “The laws of mathematics are very commendable, but the only law that applies in Australia is the law of Australia.”

    https://www.theregister.com/2017/07/28/black_hat_pwnie_awards/
    https://www.theregister.com/2017/07/14/uk_spookhas_gchq_can_crack_endtoend_encryption_says_australian_ag/

  206. Leo G says:

    The world is about to change.
    NESARA is coming!

    Or just more OTT cybercult psy ops of the type that misled some of Trump’s legal team following the preposterous US Presidential election result.

  207. bespoke says:

    BTW judges used to comment on way woman was dressed and the classic ‘ when she said No she really meant Yes’ The old question of what started as a hot , hot consensual activity when does it cross the line.

    Bit late to educate judges when playing stupid manipulative mind games is portrayed as romantic in literature and in movies.

  208. incoherent rambler says:

    So it now should be Internationally awarded (and failed) PM

  209. Leigh Lowe says:

    At a glance it seems Milligan is at the very centre of those she is now quoting and that she is being somewhat circumspect in detailing her personal connections to the dead woman’s circle. 

    areff, this is the same M.O. deployed in the Pell case.
    She presents herself as a disinterested observer, even sceptical, but is gradually turned around by the evidence of the “victims”.
    Remember she was at pains to point out how annoyed she was to be dragged out of bed on a weekend to cover the Pell story because she thought there was nothing in it.
    As if.
    This was no fast-breaking story which required someone to be assigned at 6:00 a.m. on a Saturday morning. This is another little flaw we saw in the tiff with Paul Barry. She is constantly telling eveyone how hard she is “working”.

  210. Mother Lode says:

    the malicious, vile Turdbull is enjoying both the attention and the opportunity to further knife Morrison and the Liberals.

    Considering Morrison was anointed by Trumble his continued efforts to bring Morro down suggests Trumble feels he should have been treated ‘better’ after falling out of office, or he is annoyed that Morro is doing better than he expected.

    It must give him the irrits that Scomo, without the talents that Trumble thought made him uniquely worthy of high office, nevertheless fares better than he did.

    It also tell us Trumble made another poor decision.

  211. Leigh Lowe says:

    Surely nothing to do with managing the political impact of the Kathy Sheriff allegations…

    I suspect there has been a bit of inter-party shuttle diplomacy, including suggested wording for any judicial enquiry:-

    … a wide-ranging enquiry to investigate any sworn statements of criminal sexual misconduct agaunst any member of parliament, both sitting and retired

    In short, be careful what you wish for.
    Not only Shorten, but also the spectre of dirty dealings and cover-ups to secure the support of Slippery Pete might come up.

  212. Anne says:

    Rick

    Annie, you need to extract and post in full.

    It’s kinda long, but okay.

  213. Anne says:

    Martin a Geddes is a British writer and photographer.

    1/4

    How “The Bidan (sic) Show”
    is saving America (and the world)

    ​🇺🇸 By Martin Geddes 🇺🇸

    This article is not intended for dangerous morons. If you are a dangerous moron who believes that colour revolutions and communist insurrections cannot be attempted in America, please stop reading now. This article will only distress and annoy you, and that would be unkind to yourself.

    Thank you.

    ° ° °

    OK, now we’ve insulted the dangerous moron audience segment and driven them away, that leaves the rest of us — who can have an adult conversation about what is really going on in America, and the pivotal role of the media and propaganda in spinning a false reality.

    A lot of us are living in frustration that the obvious landslide win of Donald Trump in November — try finding someone who went to a Biden rally — did not result in immediate truth and justice. Our patience is being annealed into a hardened resoluteness to see this through to the end.

    Here is my best sense of what is going on; keep in mind I’m just one guy with a laptop and an opinion, and you can have your own equally functional laptop and valid opinion. There is a perverse and paradoxical logic to what is happening, bizarre as it all sounds. As Mark Twain said, “Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn’t.”

    ° ° °

    MAGA is the end game of the original 18th century American Revolution. The European banking aristocracy and monopolising monarchies didn’t just pack up and go home when they were shot at and it was heard around the world. They simply switched tactics and played a long game to stealthily retake America. The war of invasion became a war of infiltration; the War of Independence never ended in reality.

    After various attempts to impose a central bank, the 19th century Civil War plunged America into debt and set up the conditions for a “bankocracy” to take power. America was turned into a corporation ruled by a Masonic city state — Washington DC — that was effectively an extension of the alliance of the British Crown (i.e. City of London freemasons) and the Vatican (i.e. Rome freemasons) plus the bloodline families (i.e. occultist banking and commerce mafia).

    This allowed maritime and contractual law to displace the people’s sovereign rights under common law, and opened the way for the unconstitutional Federal Reserve to impose debt slavery on Americans. The history of America is a nonstop tussle between individual and state sovereignty versus federal and bankster oligarchy. The good news is that the former have won, and we’re in the final phase of restoring liberty.

    The Chinese Communist Party is the front through which the globalist totalitarian banking aristocracy has been operating its plan to gain complete control of this planet. November 2020 was an attempt by the CCP to hijack America — the last bastion of true freedom due to an armed populace — via a classic colour revolution. Demoralise the public via a scamdemic, impose economic hardship by closing small businesses, kill some old people in nursing homes to spread fear and terror, and spray pervasive media lies over any opponent. Then use election fraud to seize control without having to send a single soldier or fire a shot.

    ° ° °

    I was stunned recently when an otherwise lucid professional associate — whose work I admire — said there was no election fraud. The zillionth item of evidence is the hand recount in New Hampshire where the Dominion voting machines short changed only Republican candidates. If you cannot find the evidence, please go back to the beginning of this article and reconsider whether you might be a dangerous moron. Because refusal to consider the possibility and look at the data would surely qualify you for that title.

    This election fraud has been going on for decades — a century and more, even. The Bush vs Gore matter in 2000 surfaced a lot of the problems. Our “liberal” (i.e.

    2/4

    authoritarian) leftist friends used to complain about the lack of transparency and trustworthiness of voting machines, until it was the hated Donald Trump who was the victim. Then they went silent and decided it was of no importance. Oh well, dangerous morons are a thing after all. We’ll all get over it when the truth comes out.

    If you are not a dangerous moron, it is obvious that there is no “Joe Biden” presidency. A fake and unconstitutional prerecorded “inauguration” (where the weather kept magically changing with the camera angle) was attended by military not wearing insignia. There was no handover of the nuclear code “football”, no arrival on Air Force One, no foreign dignitaries, and no salutes.

    The White House is empty and dark right now, and there is no Marine guard. The pictures of the Oval Office are visibly of a movie set; they’ve even recycled some of the art from a previous show. Trump hinted in 2019 it wasn’t really Joe Biden himself by calling him “Joe Bidan”, and you can look closely and see it isn’t him. The ears and shape of head are different. Whether it is a double, clone, CGI, actor in a latex mask, hologram, ghostly apparition from another dimension, or all the above — I don’t care and it doesn’t matter.

    ° ° °

    It isn’t just a fake Presidency, it seems like the whole election was a fake — a sting operation to draw out every cunning clown who thought they could get away with a communist takeover in America. Remember, these things are not announced in advance. You only find you’ve got a real communist in power when potential opposition is being exterminated (with no media coverage). You also only get to find out it’s a sting operation when it’s over (and the official state media are discredited).

    President Trump has a long history of election fraud tweets. This operation to retake America for its People has been planned for decades. He has executive orders on election fraud and human rights, allowing him to seize the assets of those conspiring against the public and breaking their oath of office. The Stafford Act, 2019 Presidential Handover Act, and Insurrection Act give him the needed powers and allow FEMA and the military to take control. PEADs — Presidential Emergency Action Documents — were established under Eisenhower and are the “nuclear option” of continuity of government for exactly this kind of exigency.

    Remember, if you have read this far then you’re not a dangerous moron, so this is all objective stuff that we can believe in. Rational empirical people are driven by evidence, not prior belief or limits of our imagination.

    Washington DC is now a prison complex under the control of Gen Walker, not the Mayor, nor “President Bidan”. This allows military tribunals to run for the election fraud: traitors don’t get to spend years fighting in corrupt civilian courts when you work for the CCP. Child sex trafficking is the bedrock of power via blackmail, and its underground infrastructure can be flushed of the nightmarish nastiness that has long been going on. Those responsible won’t be seen again, and deservedly so.

    Capturing the leadership of a defunct corporate government that does not represent the people is a political booby prize. Returning power to the people means taking it away from this unaccountable capital of the cancer of corruption. In other words, Washington DC is OVER and FINISHED: it is about to become a museum and alligator swamp reserve. The whole place is one deceptive occult hellhole from conception to demolition. It cannot stand as a totem of the sovereign American People.

    ° ° °

    The establishment of a new free American Republic involves a cutover from the old and bankrupt corporate entity that the “Joe Bidan” movie character heads up. It cannot be done instantly, and those who are losing power would love to create chaos and deny the public their rights and inheritance. Capturing and removing the Deep State isn’t enough; you also need to deliver a functioning society afterwards.

    3/4

    There are very specific benefits of Donald Trump being “off stage” during this transition period:

    The corrupt mass media that is under CCP control cannot accuse Trump of being a military dictator when the US military overtly becomes in control.
    It preserves the legality of the change, and avoids confusion for the public of which Presidency they are endorsing (corporate entity vs federation of sovereign states).
    It ensures the safety of both President Trump and his family, since they are assassination targets. It also avoids the need for rallies or other events where the public would be put at risk of terrorism.
    “Joe Bidan” can do increasingly absurd things in the “show” — like zany “rule by executive order” — to wake up more “normies” and decrease the “dangerous moron” count.
    You can do military operations that otherwise would be politically unacceptable (think Iran, Syria).
    Any chaos is attached to the Deep State and its Democratic and RINO operatives.
    It gives time for the global takedown to occur, since this all has to be synchronised. Even if America is ready, success is removing all bases of power from which this criminality could return.
    Finally, and most importantly, it sets up the total destruction of the Mockingbird Media. They are fully invested in promoting “The Bidan Show” as objective reality. But as with the Truman Show, there is a moment when it “glitches” and the stage set is visible. It only takes the President Bidan actor to remove his latex mask on TV, and it’s all over, as the illusion machine is shattered.

    Frank Zappa, no stranger to the military-industrial-entertainment complex, once said: “The illusion of freedom will continue as long as it’s profitable to continue the illusion. At the point where the illusion becomes too expensive to maintain, they will just take down the scenery, they will pull back the curtains, they will move the tables and chairs out of the way and you will see the brick wall at the back of the theater.”

    He was nearly right. The deceived element of the public (including a large subset of dangerous morons who pose a civil war risk to us all) will get to watch the curtain pulled back, but instead of a brick wall, they will find that the whole theatre has been dismantled around them. They are free; their “Plato’s Cave” has been excavated and opened to the fresh air.

    ° ° °

    So the “big picture” is that we are watching a total reboot of America, and consequently the world. When a computer reboots its operating system goes down a series of “run levels”, and then back up again. We are experiencing the same thing in America: “The Bidan Show” is just a “holding screen” and distraction put on to educate the public while the military does the election fraud cleanup operation. This is done at the lowest Constitutional “run level” where normal civilian government is (quietly) suspended. The inevitable riots and chaos of the wakeup phase — when this is all official and in the open— have to wait until the cleanup is finished. One problem at a time.

    As this corrupt bankocracy is removed from power we will likely experience a financial reset, exposure of these war crimes, and disclosure of the hidden technology that has been hoarded by a minority in secret (yet paid for by the public). It is already happening — and seems like something from a sci-fi movie. But you can go check out the legit anti-gravity and energy devices from the US Navy on the official patent site.

    Having Donald Trump immediately be re-elected in November would have been a strategic failure, even if it offered a temporary emotional release. It would have perpetuated the fake corporate government, and sustained the illusion of its legitimacy. The two real tasks are to prevent a descent into civil war in the short run, and to prevent a recurrence of this horror show in the long run. “The Bidan Show” is a necessary “liminal passage” in the story of the rebirth of America. It cleverly skirts around the traps that would lead to disaster and the prize of peace being snatched away at the last minute.

    ° ° °

    4/4

    The cancer of corruption is an aggressive one, and returns easily. Its cure demands the total elimination of the mass media brainwashing machine. You may have noticed how quiet Hollywood has been recently; it is equally as finished as Washington DC. Allowing the election fraud to happen sets up the case for strong voter ID and robust election technology. Changes that were previously unthinkable will be demanded by all as they understand how close they came to losing their Republic and freedom.

    Saving America is not the hard part; keeping her saved is the real struggle. Only a massive cultural shift can achieve this. “The Bidan Show” triggers self-identification of the “dangerous morons” and authoritarian colluders in our society. Their loss of credibiltiy in turn forces a reordering of power among the people towards Patriots. A lot of arrogant and prideful dangerous morons are about to get the hardest lesson of their lives as their conceit and carelessness is exposed. Academia is set for revolt and revolution, mass media for implosion, “sick care” medicine for replacement. It’s an “apocalypse of authority”.

    The Q military intelligence operation has prepared Patriots for this time of upheaval — The Great Awakening. We are given objective reasons to believe this is a carefully planned process with a benevolent outcome, so we do not engage in our own insurrection against an illegitimate entity in Washington DC. The genius combination of plausible deniability and strategic ambiguity delivers exactly the right information at the right moments to those with the eyes to see. Shelves of books will be written about how this sensational covert military plan was executed.

    ° ° °

    The bottom line is that we are in an epic transition from slavery to sovereignty, poverty to prosperity, and war to peace. We may have some difficult struggles ahead — food shortages, nature causing havoc, genocidal pharma “vaccines” — but we will overcome them. But at least we won’t have to endure the lies of the Mockingbird Media for much longer.

    Nor will we have to suffer the mocking of dangerous morons. “The Bidan Show” says wakeup time is almost here for everyone. The multi-year cleanup is nearly done. America has been saved by its military and Patriots. The whole world is next.

    Enjoy the show!

    https://t.me/QFrogman5326/4286

  214. Anne says:

    More.

    What happens in America will happen here.

    From SpecOperator17 Telegram, yesterday.

    You wouldn’t believe the amount of lead that has been exchanged over the past 2 weeks.

    Americans never knew how close we were to a World War 3.

    Americans never really knew how close we were to losing it all.

    On the surface, it’s a digital war.

    In reality it’s a war fought on our own soil, underground, and around the world in select cities.

    Welcome to the most complex battlefield in human history.

    A war fought on all fronts.

    And no one even knows it’s happening.

    Rest assured, we are winning this fight.

    I’m here today to tell you that The Military has your six.

    I’m here today to let you patriots know that the violence is almost coming to an end.

    Sleepers everywhere.

    There’s no escape for [them].

    [They’re] a dying species.

    [Their] time on this earth is coming to an end.

    We’ve made tough sacrifices; we’ve lost good men to this war. More good men will perish to bring the pain to those who prey on the innocent.

    And we’re gunning for every single one of [them].

    Your CIC will be giving a covert SOTU Address this afternoon. And I’ll be right there with him.

    Hang in there guys, we’re almost at the home stretch.

    God Bless President Trump.

    And God Bless America 🇺🇸

    WWG1WGA

  215. H B Bear says:

    Does WordPress allow cut-and-paste controls? A couple of commenters shouldn’t be allowed near the Uhu.

  216. mh says:

    Anne, what’s happening March 4?

  217. Leigh Lowe says:

    areff says:

    March 2, 2021 at 11:37 am

    Here’s Nilligan’s latest:

    Another recurring theme pops up.
    That is, childhood promise (as adjudged by a tiny circle of teenage friends) which is unfulfilled in adulthood is prima facie evidence of some seismic event, usually sexual assault.
    It is never considered that the deceased woman or the two golden tonsil boys could possibly have just turned into feckless adults who failed to fulfil their potential entirely due to their own laziness.
    In fact, that is not so uncommon with brilliant kids who cruise through secondary school. My class of ’81 contains a couple of such examples and conversely, a couple of reticent “dummies” at school who have made stellar successes of their lives.

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