Author Archives: currencylad

People of Collar

These are the Black Lives Matter terrorists arrested for rioting in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota:

Posted in Politics of the Left, Terrorism | 16 Comments

Second Bite

APPLE turned its re-built store in Portland into a George Floyd shrine as much as a telephone and computer outlet. The company hoped genuflecting to the Black Lives Matter pseudo-cause would protect the shop from being destroyed by Democrat terrorists … Continue reading

Posted in American politics, Politics of the Left, Terrorism | 10 Comments

Pay up

Men Demand Reparations From Women Due To Eve Eating The Apple — The Babylon Bee (@TheBabylonBee) April 16, 2021

Posted in Ethics and morality, Finance, Freedom | 2 Comments

Bert Biden

Biden calls Masters champ Hideki Matsuyama ‘Japanese boy’ in odd compliment.

Posted in American politics | 19 Comments

Thank you, Catherine McGregor

This fusillade is superb. Read it all. Keep your tears to yourself, Mr Morrison. Defend our men.

Posted in Freedom, Rule of law, War and peace | 93 Comments

Losing control of a carefully crafted panic

Lockdowns were “worth it” if they saved “even one” life. Remember? Does it follow that even one death means junk vaccines are not worth it? Shut up, Professor Kelly explains: Chief Medical Officer urges people not to jump to conclusions … Continue reading

Posted in COVID-19, Politics | 37 Comments


                 Afghanistan exit: ‘This is a terrible decision — it will be a disaster’. Afghan Association of Australia chairman Abdul Khaliq Fazal said the decision would lead to civil war, meaning the sacrifice of Australian troops could be wasted… Why would … Continue reading

Posted in History, War and peace | 46 Comments

Victoria Police: not only corrupt but lazy and incompetent

Just ask Dr Prasannan Ponganamparambile.

Posted in Rule of law | 54 Comments

Tele subs depth-charged over she-cheeks to the wind

Murdoch’s dinosaur editors importing the worst of British tabloid sexism in the Telegraph. No matter what you think of the Navy’s decision to book a hip-hop troupe, it’s not their fault. These women don’t deserve to be made the object of … Continue reading

Posted in Ethics and morality | 40 Comments

Andrew Peacock, 1939-2021

How strange that I should have mentioned him in a post yesterday. I always liked him.

Posted in History, Politics | 29 Comments