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  • DT 11/01/2019, 8:17 am
  • Albert 11/01/2019, 1:50 pm


    I used to think I was just a regular person, but I was born white, which now, whether I like it or not, makes me a racist.

    I am a fiscal and moral conservative, which by today’s standards, makes me a fascist.

    I am heterosexual, which now makes me a homophobe.

    I am mostly non-union, which makes me a traitor to the working class and an ally of big business.

    I was christened by my parents, which now labels me as an infidel.

    I am retired, which makes me useless.

    I think and I reason, therefore I doubt much that the main stream media tells me,which must make me a reactionary.

    I am proud of my heritage, which makes me a xenophobe.

    I value my safety and that of my family and I appreciate the police and the legal system, which makes me a right-wing extremist.

    I believe in hard work, fair play, and fair compensation according to each individual’s merits, which today makes me an anti-socialist.

    I (and most of the folks I know), acquired a fair education without student loan debts and little or no debt, which makes me some kind of an odd underachiever.

    I believe in the defence and protection of my country and I honour those who served in the Armed Forces, which now makes me a right wing-militant.

    Please help me come to terms with the new me… because I’m just not sure who I am anymore!

    Funny …and it’s all just taken place over the last 7 or 8 years!

    As if all this nonsense wasn’t enough to deal with, Now I’m not even sure which toilet to go into!

    • TommyGun 11/01/2019, 8:17 pm

      Well, damn it Albert!
      I guess I fit into all those categories, too!
      And I’m proud of it!
      Fag-loving socialist traitors can eat sh*t and die.

    • Biking Voter 12/01/2019, 11:13 am

      Been there, done that and more importantly, still doing it.

  • crankykoala 12/01/2019, 9:25 am

    Albert, hope you don’t mind but I have copied and sent to all my friends who I hope will forward it and keep the ball rolling. Oh, and being in my seventies it describes me to a t.

    • Albert 13/01/2019, 6:58 am

      Crankykoala, it wasn’t mine. I also got it in an email and posted it here on MM.

  • Aktosplatz 12/01/2019, 1:24 pm

    Excellent advice for Scott Morrison in ‘Quadrant’.


    Personally, I don’t think he has the ‘ticker’ and so the once great Liberal Party will continue to fade into insignificance.

    (I hope I’m wrong)

  • Albert 13/01/2019, 7:30 am

    The far left media in full flight as Fraser Anning pees on their parade:


    • TommyGun 13/01/2019, 8:55 am

      That’s a classic!
      Blonde bimbo from the Far-Left MSM almost hyperventilating in an attempt to goad Anning into making some spiteful response. Result: abject failure.

    • Biking Voter 13/01/2019, 10:40 am

      While Fraser Anning’s star may be in its ascendency it is sad to note that Senator David Leyonhjelm has decided to quit federal politics to contest a state seat in the upcoming NSW electoral farce.

  • Albert 13/01/2019, 10:46 am

    Ever wonder under what authority local government (councils) can write laws and impose fines, charges and taxes?


    • DT 13/01/2019, 11:10 am

      It’s important to read the comments.

    • Pensioner Pete 13/01/2019, 11:21 am

      Albert: Quote from link ” Thus Councils Should Be Dismissed And Local Government Department Administrators Appointed Permanently.”

      I couldn’t agree more, Local Governments are setup by State governments to devolve responsibility thus moving the blame game from State government to local councils which have no constitutional right to exist.

      • luk1955 14/01/2019, 5:55 am

        We had one of those appointed commissioners in Sunshine Victoria back in the early 90s. That resulted in an even distribution of the local rates all over Sunshine, not just the area where the council had its offices. It was great until the commissioner was replaced after several years by a corrupt council that looked only after its own “mates”.

  • Albert 14/01/2019, 8:11 am

    A seditious ultra left academic, one Tony Walker, Vice Chancellor’s Fellow of the La Trobe University, wrote a piece that appears in today’s SMH in which he continues to sprout ill-informed and soundly debunked misinformation and lies about Fraser Anning and the St Kilda rally. This indicates to me that this bloke and his like would sell us out at the drop of a hat.


    • Pensioner Pete 14/01/2019, 12:36 pm

      Albert: This bloke, Tony Walker is just another nong trying for his 15 minutes of fame with minimal effort in researching the subject of his bile, soon to fade back into obscurity. He would make a good candidate for receiving funding for yet another ‘The Great Barrier Reef is dying’ type study given his level of scientific credibility.

    • Gregoryno6 16/01/2019, 1:51 pm

      When you say ‘seditious ultra-left academic’ and ‘La Trobe University’ in the same breath, you repeat yourself.

  • Aktosplatz 14/01/2019, 11:00 am

    Rumour in the MSM the Liberal Party are chasing Peta Credlin to stand for a safe Liberal seat ( I didn’t know they had one anymore).

    Personally, I think she’s too good for the current Liberal Party.

    • Albert 14/01/2019, 2:46 pm

      Akto, will she have a run as a Liberal or as an independent? I would dearly like to see her in parliament because believe that she will take no nonsense from the LNP, Labor, the Greens or anyone else that sticks their head up.

      • Aktosplatz 14/01/2019, 6:47 pm

        That’s a good thought, Albert, to stand as an Independent. If she joined the Liberal Party, the self proclaimed ‘moderates’ would only undermine her, as they did with Abbott.

        What she should do is orchestrate conservative defections from the liberal party and start again.

        What I THINK she will do is keep out of politics, she’s very good with Sky and her views on Brexit are being published in the UK Daily Express.

        You will notice, that already some MSM sources have labelled her as ‘from the Right’ and therefore extremist. That’s what they do nowadays, according to them, all of us here on this blog are from ‘the far right’.

  • Aktosplatz 14/01/2019, 7:12 pm

    The Brexit issue is really boiling now. I have friends in the UK from the Leave/No Deal camp who are spitting chips.

    Now they know what it’s like when the Party Room betrays the voters!!

    I have explained to them that both our main parties here have tossed aside their voters wishes in place of their own agenda, since 2007.

    Think Gillard, and Turnbull.

    (Morrison is just a Turnbull accomplice and is a non-event, he’ll be gone soon)

    So I have expressed my sympathy – I think their best guy is Jacob Rees Mogg.

  • Albert 15/01/2019, 4:13 pm

    Hamish McDonald, extreme left SMH scribbler, claims that Peter Dutton insults our intelligence when in fact it is McDonald and his fellow scribblers in the MSM snake pit that are the real insult to the intelligence of thinking Australians.

  • Albert 15/01/2019, 4:16 pm

    I see that right royal pain in the backside Rob Oakeshott and his motor mouth intend to reenter politics at the next election. He must be running short of money and needs another dip in the pig trough.

    • Aktosplatz 15/01/2019, 6:46 pm

      Exactly, Albert. Just a motor mouth government money sucking leech.

  • Mike Sc 15/01/2019, 7:31 pm

    Should we build a wall ?
    I don’t think it would hurt at all if the Govt were to shut down for a few weeks – give us all a break.

    • TommyGun 16/01/2019, 6:55 am

      Yeah…it wouldn’t have to be very big…just long enough to go around Canberra.

      • Neville 17/01/2019, 12:08 am

        It’d become like that old movie “Escape From New York”, where the whole place was walled off and became an anarchic prison.

  • DT 17/01/2019, 8:37 am

    The 97pc climate consensus fraud
    The climate-change brigade’s methodology doesn’t pass muster; in the scientific circles I mix in, there is an overwhelming scepticism about human-induced climate change.

    The Australian

    • luk1955 19/01/2019, 6:45 am

      In the Royal Chemical Institute of Australia, a majority of the “chemists” believe in the climate change scam and don’t even ask questions about their lack of knowledge of the physical processes of our planet.

    • Aktosplatz 19/01/2019, 9:28 am

      As Luk has mentioned, the R.A.C.I go along with the Climate change scam. The Royal Society of Chemistry in the UK do as well.

      The main reason stems from the fact that both Institutes have gone ‘academic’, the Private Sector is not represented anymore, as it used to be.

      And academics are always changing funding, whatever it takes.

      Follow the Money Trail.

      • luk1955 20/01/2019, 7:58 am

        Yes Ak, I was part of the private sector. Most of the people I saw in RACI were either academic or government. But then a chemist I worked with at Dow believed in the scam even though he was a much more knowledgeable chemist than I was. At one time Dow didn’t fall for the scam but now they are onboard with it. They are run by an Aussie who took Dow into the NWO full steam.

  • Albert 17/01/2019, 2:25 pm

    The push against Australia Day is gaining momentum and Dick Luigi’s interview with Steve Price proves that Dick Luigi is prepared to run with misinformation and a rewrite of history because he knows bugger all about the truth of the ‘First Australians’ myth.
    In addition GetUp has joined in with even more misinformation and dodgy rewrites of history to suit their arguments.
    Aborigines have more national days than you can poke a spear at:
    Survival Day; Day of Mourning; Invasion Day; Sovereignty Day.

    • luk1955 19/01/2019, 6:47 am

      Maybe the abos could have a Health Day, where all the abos spend most of the day taking a shower with soap, washing their hair, and brushing their teeth.

    • Botswana O'Hooligan 19/01/2019, 10:45 am

      Yairs, and a Toyota Land Cruiser day too. Toyota must love them to bits for every mission and so called “community” has yards full of Toyotas.

  • nev 18/01/2019, 1:13 pm

    Seems the man hating razor Company Gillette, gives mankind a video full of reasons why we shouldn’t buy their shavers. At the same time the effeminates they promote won’t need to shave


    Looks like SCHICK is for MEN

  • Aktosplatz 19/01/2019, 11:50 am

    The tragedy of cultural relativism by Paul Joseph Watson (recent posting) and why we need border control.


    • Gregoryno6 19/01/2019, 1:45 pm

      PJW is the master of the conservative short-form news report. His pieces go straight to the target. Like a champion prizefighter, he lands punch after punch.

      • luk1955 20/01/2019, 7:48 am

        Correct. PJW is always spot on with his news reporting. Shame there are not more like him.

      • TommyGun 20/01/2019, 8:37 am

        I’m just waiting for him to be banned from Youtube for having “Conservative” views.

  • Albert 19/01/2019, 12:07 pm

    Shorten has promised that if he gets into government he will give the UN $500 million to assist in bringing tens of thousands more unsuitable and unwanted so-called refugees to Australia. His lunacy is in the name of diversity and cultural enrichment and the monumentally failed UN concept of multiculturalism (tribalism).

    • Pensioner Pete 19/01/2019, 1:52 pm

      Thanks Albert: I regard this situation as Darwin’s Theory Of Evolution at work.

      • nev 19/01/2019, 4:30 pm

        Albert and PP agree with you both regarding Short-on-everything’s pedigree. I think his DNA may pre-date evolution or it just simply passed him by due to lack of WILLING partners.
        I think it’s got much more to do with votes!

    • Gregoryno6 20/01/2019, 8:15 am

      Does Shorten really want to be PM? His ideas are as popular as a ham sandwich at a bar mitzvah.
      Sometimes I think he wants to stay on the opposition benches. Even if he loses the upcoming election he’s safe as Labor leader – just look at the alternatives.

    • TommyGun 20/01/2019, 8:39 am

      Only had to read the article in the WE Australian…the people-smugglers are cleaning their boats and tuning their outboard motors getting ready for the moment the traitor is elected.

  • DT 20/01/2019, 9:08 am

    Comment from JoNova website:

    January 20, 2019 at 8:36 am · Reply
    I came across a paper at Viv Forbes’ site comparing Sydney’s temperatures 1791 v. 2018. The graphs tell the story. Apart from the fact that there has been no change in overall temps in 230 years, the paper is most notable for that specific admission by the pro-AGW authors of another paper cited — Karoly, Gergis and Co.

    In their words “Remarkably, the records appear comparable with modern day measurements taken from Sydney Observatory Hill, displaying similar daily variability, a distinct seasonal cycle and considerable inter-annual variability.”

    The 1788-1791 daily records were taken by William Dawes 6 times per day on Observatory Hill from September 16th 1788 to December 6th 1791. Prior to that Dawes took his readings on board the Sirius anchored in Sydney Cove.

    It should be remembered that about 1790-91 was an El Nino period when the Sydney settlement — relying solely on the Tank Stream — sailed perilously close to running out of water. In 1790 the “tanks” were cut into the sandstone beside the creek to try to conserve a supply of drinking water from the almost non-existent flow.


    Backing up the records Dawes kept are anecdotal entries in the journal of Watkin Tench, a Captain of Marines with the First Fleet. Here’s Tench speaking of the Sydney heatwave a few miles inland at Rose Hill, February 1791:

    “An immense flight of bats driven before the wind, covered all the trees around the settlement, whence they every moment dropped dead or in a dying state, unable to endure longer the burning state of the atmosphere. Nor did the peroquettes [parrots], though tropical birds, bear it better. The ground was strewn with them in the same condition as the bats.”

    That excerpt is taken from the book “Watkin Tench – 1788” edited by none other than everyone’s favourite climate alarmist FLIM FLAM, but that was before he was a climate expert, so he can be forgiven his indiscretion.

    Apparently it got hot in the olden days too. We’ve seen Flying Fox kills in the last 10 years but no parrot kills that I am aware of, so I guess the heat is not as extreme now as in 1791. Birds have slightly more tolerance to high temps than do bats due to the birds’ inherently higher body temperature relative to mammals. From old farmers alive during the 1930s heatwaves, I also know of bird kills at that time in the Moree district NSW when tough old galahs dropped dead out of the trees in their hundreds. That critical bird mortality temperature has not been reached in modern times, whereas it was reached in 1791 and the 1930s.

    Would someone please tell the ABC.

  • Aktosplatz 20/01/2019, 1:57 pm

    Mariners and explorers from the Middle Ages onwards kept very detailed records of their observations and activities, for which we should be extremly grateful.

    Also, when observing or averaging daily temperatures, the index to focus on is the MINIMUM temperature, and their variations. If Global Warming was happening, the minimum temperature averages would steadily rise. My understanding, though is that they are very steady.

    Conclusion (based on real life observations and not on computer modelling) is that there is no significant change.

    So – no extra funding is required.

    • Neville 20/01/2019, 8:14 pm

      Yes, Akto. IIRC, this is correct when examining a moving series with dual or more parameters. Apparently the least-affecting parameter turns out to be the most significant parameter (somebody or other’s law, again, IIRC).

  • Albert 21/01/2019, 7:07 am

    Green’s MP Cate Faehrmann admits to taking drugs to bring some honesty to the debate. It is OK though because she only takes drugs a few time a year and of course they are “recreational” drugs and non-addictive, according to her. Her honesty though only goes so far because she isn’t honest enough to say whether she has taken drugs since becoming an MP. I would take that as a Yes she has.
    Is this a green light for young people to take drugs or is this a green light for young people to take drugs?

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