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  • DT 31/10/2018, 6:46 am

    Only 16 countries are cooperating via IPCC Paris Agreement …

    http://joannenova.com.au/2018/10/only-16-countries-are-even-aiming-to-reach-their-paris-targets/

  • angry 31/10/2018, 8:31 am

    Spy chief’s chilling China warning: How Beijing could plunge Australia into chaos by infiltrating and shutting down our electricity grid and water supply

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6331743/How-Beijing-plunge-Australia-chaos-shutting-electricity-grid-water-supply.html

    COMMUNIST China is the enemy of Australia and all Democratic nations!!

  • angry 31/10/2018, 8:32 am

    Greens push to increase dole by $75 a week and hit high-income earners with the $10.5billion bill

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6331595/Greens-push-increase-dole-75-week-hit-high-earners-10-5billion-bill.html

    Typical COMMUNIST crap we have come to expect from the WATERMELONS!

  • Aktosplatz 31/10/2018, 8:58 am

    ‘The Way of the Wishy-Washy’ is a recent article in ‘Quadrant’.

    http://quadrant.org.au/opinion/qed/2018/10/way-wishy-washy/

    The term Wishy-Washy is used to refer to Morrison, and also our preferential voting system.

  • Zoltan 31/10/2018, 3:41 pm

    Folks, you need to watch this. Tommy Robinson
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltpllIT7BLA

  • Gregoryno6 31/10/2018, 7:41 pm
    • Aktosplatz 01/11/2018, 7:02 am

      Absolutely! A fantastic achievement by the ALH

  • DT 01/11/2018, 7:50 am
  • Botswana O'Hooligan 01/11/2018, 3:10 pm

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  • Aktosplatz 01/11/2018, 5:28 pm

    Peter Ridd vs James Cook University concerning the Great Barrier Reef.

    Peter Ridd & Jennifer Marohasy are the real heroes in my opinion

    https://ipa.org.au/ipa-today/peter-ridd-and-the-science-of-reef-science

    • DT 02/11/2018, 6:07 am

      I agree with you Aktosplatz

      • Botswana O'Hooligan 02/11/2018, 10:18 am

        Me too, flew surveillance over it for years. The only thing wrong with the GBR is the great barrier reef marine park authority!

  • Biking Voter 02/11/2018, 8:56 am
  • Albert 02/11/2018, 10:22 am
  • DT 02/11/2018, 12:34 pm

    On Tuesday 30 October 2018 the Downing Centre Local Court of New South Wales received and stamped a Court Attendance Notice and a Brief of Evidence comprising 3 Affidavits from me.

    The Court Attendance Notice contains information for an offence alleging Julia Gillard gave false or misleading evidence to the Trade Union Royal Commission.

    The brief contains Affidavits from

    Ray Neal – formerly the Assistant Director and acting Commissioner for Corporate Affairs while the AWU Workplace Reform Association was being incorporated.
    Ralph Mineif – formerly the senior Corporate Affairs official who was directly responsible for the incorporation of the AWU Workplace Reform Association.
    Ralph Blewitt – the address of a purported memo from Ms Gillard which purports to give legal advice about the incorporation of the Association.
    The Local Court of NSW is considering the brief of evidence at present.

    Late last week I wrote to former Royal Commissioner John Dyson Heydon AC QC with notes about the brief of evidence against Ms Gillard and copies of the sworn Affidavits which will be led in evidence against her. Mr Heydon’s chambers have advised me in writing that the file I sent to Mr Heydon has been referred to the Commonwealth Attorney General.

    I am making a serious allegation against Ms Gillard. I am supported in that allegation by the two senior public officials who were responsible for incorporating the AWU WRA “slush fund” and by the former Secretary of the AWU WA Branch who jointly completed the application to incorporate the slush fund along with Ms Gillard.

    The charge against Ms Gillard has yet to be formally laid in open court. Ms Gillard is entitled to the presumption of innocence.

    It goes without saying that it’s a very serious matter for anyone to knowingly give false or misleading evidence to the face of a Royal Commission.

    Every touch leaves its trace.

    Michael Smith
    Michael Smith News

    • TommyGun 04/11/2018, 8:14 am

      Wow. That’s pretty significant.
      Thanks for posting DT.
      I was wondering months ago how it was possible that Gillard hadn’t been hauled before a court. Now it seems it may happen.
      Well done Michael!

      • DT 04/11/2018, 11:36 am

        We all need to ask the Attorney General what is happening about the information contained in the file referred to him by former Royal Commissioner John Dyson Heydon AC QC.

        Don’t let the politicians bury this AWU fraud again, and the forgeries used to divert attention from it at the TURC.

  • Albert 04/11/2018, 9:26 am
  • Dave 04/11/2018, 1:21 pm

    Anyone interested in hearing Australian (Downers) involvements in Russia gate. Log onto bongino.com and listen to George Papadopolous interview from the 50 min point.
    The whole interview is a bit over an hour, it’s worth the hour.

    • Botswana O'Hooligan 05/11/2018, 8:25 am

      Tks. will do.

  • DT 06/11/2018, 6:32 am

    The Australian announces the private prosecution against former PM Gillard;

    https://www.michaelsmithnews.com/2018/11/the-australian-today-gillard-slush-fund-saga-is-back.html

    • Pensioner Pete 06/11/2018, 7:33 am

      DT: I have been following this saga on Michael Smiths’ web-page for quite some time and hope for success in this prosecution, as success will send a shiver through the ranks of the political elite who believe they are ‘above’ the law.

      • DT 06/11/2018, 7:43 am

        Political elite such as Minister Cash who stated that the former PM will never be prosecuted.

        Well not while politicians can interfere in legal affairs.

        PP there are far too many former politicians who have escaped.

      • Pensioner Pete 06/11/2018, 10:48 am

        DT: So much for the ‘Separation of Powers’ as per our alleged Westminster System of government.

      • DT 06/11/2018, 11:31 am

        And let’s not forget the former Slater & Gordon partner who was involved in the resignation of a certain solicitor who she appointed to the Federal Court when she was PM to isolate him from giving evidence against her.

  • Aktosplatz 06/11/2018, 9:45 pm

    Margaret Thatcher ( who had honours degrees in chemistry, and in Law) mentions Global Warming in a speech before all of the scams started.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fys5Z63xCvA&t=34s

  • TommyGun 09/11/2018, 9:52 pm

    There is an old saying. It goes something like this:
    “The first time history is repeated, it is as tragedy. The second time it is as farce.”
    I think the attack today in Melbourne certainly qualified as farce. I’m not sure what the next stage is…slapstick comedy?
    Certainly, the death of the innocent man attacked by the knife-wielding scum was tragedy.
    Then, we were treated to the scene of two of “Victoria’s Finest” doing some sort of “dance” with the terrorist. Not arresting him, not tasering him, not shooting him. Just dancing. All the while, one brave member of the public tries to knock him over with a shopping trolley (not a bad way of keeping the knife away).
    Finally (long after it was due), Constable Plod drew his gun and fired, putting Scumbag down for the count.
    Now, of course, it transpires that he (and his family of cockroaches) were known to police for a long time. And they did exactly…..nothing about it.
    IMO his entire family should be deported, effective immediately. Any/all property should be forfeit to the family of his victim. Oh, the law doesn’t allow that? Then change the bloody laws! Take a look at Israel and grow a set, you bloody useless MPs!

    • DT 10/11/2018, 7:57 am

      Too many of our politicians are dancing to the tunes the UN plays.

      UNHCR for example dictating as to who we must resettle in Australia.

      Enough of these manipulators who ignore the people.

  • DT 10/11/2018, 8:13 am

    My comments are being posted?

    • DT 10/11/2018, 8:26 am

      Strange, “Too many of our politicians” comment did not appear earlier?

      • MM Ed 10/11/2018, 8:57 am

        DT, all your posts today went into our trash file. I have no idea why it is you alone. I can only think that there may be an invisible code embedded in your system. Perhaps try rebooting your comp. I do recall it happened some time ago with a few of your posts, didn’t know why then either.

      • DT 11/11/2018, 3:50 pm

        MM Ed, I have no explanation, recently I upgraded to macOS Mojave software update from Apple but otherwise no change.

        And no other website posting problems.

  • DT 11/11/2018, 3:14 pm

    Bill Shorten Labor is hinting that a new referendum on becoming a republic is being considered if they are elected to government.

    No doubt the same old simplistic and wrong arguments will be presented, we need to be free, etc. It is all about changing the Australian Constitution, having a one-party government, with only minor parties and independents in opposition, almost a dictatorship, a president representing the State of Australia at the UN World Government, a prime minister reporting to the president – much like an EU member country with big brother dictating the terms to the elected government.

    Mr Mansion has long claimed that the Australian Constitution is badly flawed, written by stupid people long ago (Federation) and in need of being changed. As most here know the Constitution is already being bypassed by the cunning politicians relying on UN Treaties to implement UN agendas here without holding referendum to allow the people to decide.

    The politicians have already considered how they might protect themselves from prosecution for ignoring constitutional law. A new Constitution written by them would be their best way. Pity about our rights and sovereignty as a nation.

    The link below contains many references that voters need to know about;

    https://web.archive.org/web/20180804162425/http://stopturnbull.com/

    • Pensioner Pete 12/11/2018, 7:54 am

      DT: Shorton has two chances of success with a referendum on Australia becoming a republic, Buckleys and none.

    • Albert 12/11/2018, 9:04 am

      For a number of years I have advocated that the populace needed to arm itself against the escalation of terrorism. Today my thoughts are that we should also arm ourselves against self-serving politicians who now openly plot to become dictators and supreme leaders in step with the UN and its sovereignty destroying agendas.
      Politicians who are currently plotting to change the law to protect themselves from prosecution, as they blatantly thumb their noses at the Constitution, are a threat to the sovereignty of this nation in favour of the UN criminals and an act of treason pure and simple.
      I’m afraid that I am unable to agree with Pensioner Pete in regard to Shorten and the referendum. If voters are silly enough to vote in a Labor government then they are silly enough to go along with the scrapping of the constitution and the change to a Republic.
      I would go so far as to say that should Labor take government at the upcoming election then the populace will not be given the chance to vote on the matters of the Constitution or Republic and that could possibly lead to an armed insurrection against a dictatorial government.

    • MM Ed 12/11/2018, 9:57 am

      DT, please check your email re missing posts/ Also please respond to harden321@mail.com for explanation
      Ed

  • Pensioner Pete 12/11/2018, 8:47 am

    Peter Dutton is calling for ideas on how to stop terrorism in Australia. Refers: https://www.9news.com.au/2018/11/12/07/13/dutton-open-to-all-terrorism-suggestions

    Mr Dutton, how about this for an idea, immediately stop importing Moslems and immediately begin deporting Moslem ‘persons of interest’. Then move on to forcing those who refuse to assimilate, to either assimilate or be deported. This would be a good start to re-establishing safety and security of Australians.

  • Albert 12/11/2018, 4:05 pm

    Very Moving. Although written around Canadian service personnel it is also true of our own:

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/Wq0X0bwMprQ?feature=player_embedded

  • DT 14/11/2018, 3:08 pm

    From JoNova Science comments;

    TonyfromOz
    November 14, 2018 at 2:11 pm · Reply
    Pretend for a minute that you own a power plant here in Australia. You have the choice to own either (a) Bayswater power station, a coal fired relic now 33 years old, and obviously on the way out, or (b) The Macarthur Wind Plant, the largest wind plant in Australia, one of the newest wind plants around, barely five years old.

    Just the income from selling their generated electricity to the wholesalers yesterday, Bayswater netted $4.65 Million.

    Just the income from selling their generated electricity to the wholesalers yesterday, Macarthur netted $38,500.

    Bayswater had all four Units running, with Unit Two now back on line after some work, and that came back online around Midnight and took ten hours to run back up to maximum output, so the plant was not making their full power until around 10AM, so less money coming in. Across the whole day, Bayswater averaged 2383MW per hour, and that’s at a daily Capacity Factor (CF) of 90.2%, but from 10AM onwards, it averaged closer to 96% with a high of 2632MW. (CF = 99.6% ….. from a 33 year old four unit clunker no less)

    Macarthur averaged 37MW per hour across that same 24 hours at an average CF of 8.81%

    The total power delivered across the WHOLE DAY by Macarthur was delivered by Bayswater every ….. 22 MINUTES across the whole day.

    You know, seriously, I would actually be a wind power supporter, if only they could make it work.

    Tony.

    (No, I wouldn’t!)

    30
    #
    TdeF
    November 14, 2018 at 2:22 pm · Reply
    “a coal fired relic now 33 years old, and obviously on the way out”

    I can understand people running power stations into the ground, like Liddell. Paid nothing for it, do not want it, turned down even $250,000,000 cash for something AGL argue is worthless? That doesn’t add up.

    A factory, a lot of machinery has no used by date, if everything is maintained and some things are replaced. If you budgeted 10% of income for maintenance and upgrades, can these power stations last forever?
    It’s also tax deductible, which partly funds the maintenance.

    So is that true? I know the owners of Hazelwood spent over $2Billion on the plant they bought for $2.5Billion on a 40 year lease. They did not sell it after 20 years because it was ‘old’. The State Government tripled the price of coal to force them to close. As you noted, they were at 98% of original design output in the month before they closed. Surely that is the real definition of ‘old’?

    I also saw the gigantic rotor from Loy Yang go to Germany this year on a truck through Melbourne, so maintenance happens. So how much of the ‘lifespan’ of these power stations is real and how much is propaganda?

  • Aktosplatz 14/11/2018, 4:32 pm

    Very Enjoyable!

    Tony Abbott addressing Oxford University Students Union within the last month (October 2018)

    When you watch this, you have to marvel how incredibly stupid and blind the Liberal Party has become.

    This guy is an absolute star

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhBWpzHaY2c

  • Gregoryno6 14/11/2018, 7:45 pm

    “I am going to declare my gender today, as I can, to be a woman,” Senator O’Sullivan said.

    And now he’s a woman the lefties can’t sneer at his opinions on abortion.

    Brilliant move, Senator!

    http://caldronpool.com/australian-senator-declares-himself-a-woman-so-that-pro-choice-lefties-will-no-longer-be-able-to-attack-him-for-opposing-abortion/

  • Aktosplatz 14/11/2018, 9:00 pm

    SOMETHING A BIT MORE LIGHT HEARTED (Ladies may wish to ignore this)

    Why Sentence Structure In English Is SO Important…

    The boss had to fire somebody, so he narrowed it down to one of two people: Mary or Jack.

    It was an impossible decision because they were both decent workers. Rather than flip a coin, he decided he would fire the first one who used the water cooler the next morning.

    Mary came in the next morning with a horrible hangover after partying all night. She went over to the water cooler right away to take an aspirin.

    The boss approached her and said, “Mary, I’ve never done this before, but I either have to lay you or Jack off.”

    “Could you jack off?” she said. “I feel like shit this morning…”

  • Graham Richards 15/11/2018, 12:25 am

    Looks like events in the U.K. Are a signal that Australia will have to ditch the monarchy & become a Republic. Reasons are two fold. With great reluctance I will vote for a Republic for two reasons.
    1). Brexit means that the UK will become an insignificant “province” of the EU. We cannot have, as head of state of Australia the Monarch of a Province of the EU. Do we then become part The the EU??? (Simply by Association)

    2). King Charles could reluctantly be tolerated as our head of state as the Monarch of an independent sovereign United Kingdom.

    A combination of the two factors is a definite NO!!

    • Aktosplatz 15/11/2018, 7:15 am

      I was wondering about that as well, Graham. I am not a Royalist anyway. I would like the Constitution preserved though.

      The Governor General can remain as the Titular Head of State, etc. the State Governors reporting to him.

    • DT 15/11/2018, 1:55 pm

      I caution you to read stopturnbull and his views on our Constitution and his Australian Republican Movement objectives.

      It is clear that becoming a republic would provide the globalists with the opportunity they want to change the Constitution and get rid of the constitutional law barriers requiring the people to vote in referendum elections, for example UN Treaties should not be imposed without referendum. Only when both sides, government and opposition, behave like a cooperative can the politicians get away with ignoring the Constitution.

      Their republic is another step closer to one world government, our president representing the Republic of Australia, a OWG State. The pm reporting to the president and the OWG dictating terms as does the EU to members.

      The Queen is a ceremonial head of state here and in GB, the Westminster System of government was created to remove the powers of a monarch. When the Queen is not on our soil the Governor General is Head of State. Heads of State have few powers apart from being in a ceremonial position they ensure that constitutional law is upheld but that requires a trigger, an example being a government that cannot pass legislation even with both houses sitting together. Whitlam Government and supply an example.

      Following Brexit GB will still be a member of the Commonwealth of Nations and will trade happily with those member nations including Australia and New Zealand.

      As the Monarch holds only a ceremonial position does it really matter if Prince Charles was King for a few decades? But will he ever be King? He was given permission to marry a commoner divorcee and she cannot be Queen, and I suspect that for many reasons including Prince Charles marriage his son will be King and the Prince will step aside when the time arrives. I doubt that permission to marry was granted without him agreeing not to become King.

      The second point is public relations, for the Royal Family to remain relevant the young Prince and Princess would be much more acceptable to the people, first and foremost the people of GB.

      Please do not allow the ARM to get their way. We are living in a “crowned republic”, research Professor David Flint on this subject. The Commonwealth of Australia is self governed, a sovereign nation (despite the traitors best efforts to date to hand over to the UN) and the High Court of Australia is the last appeal court.

      The Australian Flag is historically correct, the flags of GB, our country’s place on Earth and our Federation of States all revealed. And in the corner the Flag of the country that colonised Australia.

  • Pensioner Pete 15/11/2018, 7:07 am

    Remember when the government forced ISP’s to retain metadata for two years? The government at the time claimed this meta data would not be misused by government, it was to be used only for investigations related to terrorism and criminal activity. Yeah, right.

    Well, it seems those who took the advice from the government with a large dose of salt, including me, are vindicated as per the reference link, Brisbane City Council are accessing this metadata. I doubt Brisbane City Council is in the business of rooting out terrorists and or criminals, so my conclusion is the Brisbane City Council are up to no good.

    The question must be put, how many other organisations are accessing this metadata to spy on we ordinary citizens, for reasons not in keeping with the intent of this national security legislation?

    Refers: https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/big-brother-brisbane-city-council-joins-agencies-exploiting-metadata-laws-20181114-p50g24.html

  • DT 15/11/2018, 2:28 pm

    It now looks like the Australian government will sign the United Nation’s Global Compact on Refugees which commits Australia to massive financial commitments to countries that are flooded with immigrants.

    Quoting from the Australian November 14, 2018: “Australia will endorse a global deal on refugees despite Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton’s strong criticism of a similar agreement.
    The UN was expected to progress toward adopting the Global Compact on Refugees overnight, with Australia supporting the deal.”

    This absurd when we cannot afford the infrastructure, police forces or other services to provide for our already overwhelming immigration intake.

    We are going to give away billions of dollars (which we will have to borrow) to help other countries handle their immigrants when we can’t handle our own?

    Then in December, it looks like we will also sign the UN Global Pact on Migration handing over control of our borders to the evil, corrupt UN. The floodgates will burst open and we will be inundated with the unsuitable, the non integratable and the never-will-work masses. Our economy will eventually collapse under the weight. Melbourne for example, will have to fund the building and deployments of thousands more concrete bollards.

    I don’t know about you, but I have had enough of governments that pledge allegiance to the UN, that pander to minorities, that continue to totally disregard the will of the majority of Australian people and deny Australians funds while squandering vast amounts of money overseas.

    Above found at Pickering Post

    • Pensioner Pete 15/11/2018, 4:35 pm

      DT: Now we can understand why the law abiding public were disarmed.

      • Albert 17/11/2018, 8:55 am

        PP, no,. Sorry, we were not disarmed. We were however barred from owning military grade hardware.
        Politicians would love to take all guns away from us because they are terrified that their stupidity and incompetence will lead to mass assassination of politicians and bureaucrats.
        However, the last time I looked, and that was some time ago, there were some 750,000 registered gun owners in the country and between them they legally owned some 3,000,000 guns. Hardly a gun free nation.

  • Albert 17/11/2018, 12:57 pm

    Turnbull vows to keep sticking his nose into government and politics. The miserable trouble-making bastard just wont go away.

    http://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/if-peter-was-the-answer-what-was-the-question-turnbull-s-spray-at-dutton-20181116-p50gm5.html

    • Aktosplatz 18/11/2018, 7:44 am

      And as expected, Albert, Turnbull is predicting the doom of the Liberal Party solely because of his being replaced by Morrison.

      So history is being rewritten by Turnbull and his supporters.

      The truth is – the Liberal Party is plunging to destruction because Morrison is too lame to stop the Climate Change Scam, and is weakening on border security.

      That’s why.

      It’s got nothing to do with Turnbull anymore

  • Albert 17/11/2018, 1:08 pm

    Turnbull was guest of honour at the lawyers and barristers annual shindig where the coward set about his usual conduct of undermining and pointing sticks at the government. Unfortunately, he demanded that the media be banned from attending in a gutless attempt to prevent them and us from knowing what it was he said during his cowardly speech.

  • Aktosplatz 19/11/2018, 8:19 pm

    Just came across this by accident.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=popbL1JuGqM

    The Royal Marines Massed Bands 2018 marching towards Horse Guards Parade in London recent Remembrance Day.

    Their music and dressing is superb

  • Albert 20/11/2018, 8:46 am
  • Aktosplatz 20/11/2018, 12:47 pm

    Have just seen in The Daily Mail, Larry Pickering has died. That’s a sad loss.

  • Aktosplatz 21/11/2018, 4:20 am

    I cannot use words here to describe what I think of Turnbull. He and his family and supporters, a real Rats Nest.

    He and his Rats Nest are actively gunning for Tony Abbott.

    https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/politics/federal/turnbull-family-get-behind-campaign-to-boot-tony-abbott-from-his-seat-20181120-p50h77.html

    • Albert 21/11/2018, 7:41 am

      The whole damned family is rotten to the core. It seems that their whole aim in life is revenge, disruption and destruction.

  • Pensioner Pete 21/11/2018, 3:17 pm

    The LNP Mandarins hard at work in Brisbane trying to stifle the will of Maranoa electorate in Queensland. David Littleproud has gained quite a following out here and it seems he must be considered a threat to the ‘old school’ chaps in Brisbane, and we cannot have that, can we? Refers: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-11-21/lnp-cabinet-minister-david-littleproud-pre-selection/10515072

  • Lorraine 21/11/2018, 4:33 pm

    MM nothing from Joe Blogs, do you know is he ok. I have been slow off the mark myself since George passed away. Please advise if able.

    [Hi Lorraine, we did make a post about JB. He wished to take a break from political comment for a while. MM Ed.]

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