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  • Aktosplatz 29/01/2019, 5:26 pm

    This post uses Brexit as an example but it is actually about the MSM.

    My point is that the MSM are generally totally immoral about the way they cover news, they are shameless scaremongers.

    There’s an everyday riot on their hands in the UK, about Brexit. and the MSM love it.

    And yet, the ‘No Deal’ option was approved in the 2016 referendum, but you wouldn’t know it from the MSM inspired hysteria.

    Every so-called News item is usually an “opinion” from a self appointed “expert”, and therefore ends up actually as ‘fake news’.

    In this regard the internet is wonderful for showing the other side of the picture, but what we have to endure is fake news from some self opinionating, virtue signalling marshmallow.

    That’s why we need Morning Mail and other publications like this one, (Quadrant is also good.)

  • Albert 30/01/2019, 8:50 am

    You can be attacked in your own home by the spawn of that wonderful concept of multiculturalism and it is unlawful for you to defend yourself.


  • nev 30/01/2019, 10:56 am

    This was too good not to post
    “THE GIFT”
    NZ’s child-like Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern had just finished another big day ear bashing all and sundry at the Davos Conference about the shortcomings of capitalism and how her government was setting an example for the world to follow. Sweeping a green swathe of socialist green regulation through the shaky Iles.
    A handsome man, an ex fighter pilot, was seated in a sports bar around 9:58 pm. Just as Jacinda and a few Davos delegates came in and were placing their orders, she took the bar stool next to his gazing up at the TV as the 10:00 news came on. The news crew was covering a story of a man on a ledge of a large building preparing to jump.
    Jacinta looked at Jack and said, “Do you think he’ll jump?” Jack says, “You know what, I bet he will.” Jacinda replied, “Well, I bet he won’t,” Jack placed $30 on the bar and said, “You’re on!”
    Just as she placed her money on the bar, the guy did a swan dive off of the building, falling to his death. She was very upset and handed her $30 to Jack, saying, “Fair’s fair… Here’s your money.”
    Jack replied, “I can’t take your money, I saw this earlier on the 5 o’clock news and knew he would jump.”
    Jasinda replies, “I did too; but I didn’t think he’d do it again.” Jack took the money and wondered what she did for a job.

    • Xword 30/01/2019, 4:36 pm

      With similar looks and mindset, I’m sure JA and newbie US congress critter Miss Occasional Cortex are related. Both are in serious lockstep to make all blonde jokes redundant

  • nev 30/01/2019, 11:11 am

    In view of the above, and jokes aside. I wonder why somebody failed to ask NZ Prime Minister about this?
    Make-up of NZ’s future energy supply called into question as ‘unprecedented’ gas and hydro shortages see Genesis Energy’s coal use hit a 5-year high, up 155% in one year

    The Petroleum Exploration and Production Association of New Zealand (PEPANZ) has used news of the extent of Genesis’ reliance on coal to again make its case that the Government has done the opposite of what it should’ve, in the face of depleting gas reserves, by banning new offshore oil and gas exploration and limiting onshore exploration to Taranaki until at least 2020.
    “We now have around seven years of natural gas supply left and no plan on what to replace it with, other than burning more coal and importing LNG from overseas.
    NZ has been importing coal from Indonesia. For the first time thanks to Labour, NZ is no longer self-sufficient in energy. PEPANZ CEO Cameron Madgwick says: “When the lakes are low and there’s no rain and natural gas is unavailable, it’s coal that keeps the lights on.

    Meanwhile Greenpeace climate and energy campaigner, Amanda Larsson has taken the opportunity to make the case that gas isn’t a reliable source of energy, so the Government should be investing in the development of the solar energy sector, presumably because it isn’t a reliable source of energy either!

    And thinking of logic, I wonder if Amanda Larsson and Prime Minister Jacinda studied Aristotle at the same university?

    • nev 30/01/2019, 5:37 pm

      Can’t spell to save my self, “reliable SOURCE of energy” Been there all day too, thank you all for not noticing. [fixed Nev and placed the “r” in “fo not noticing. I’m honing up my skills for our return on Monday. MM. Ed.]

      • nem 31/01/2019, 1:12 pm

        Aw Gee Edd couldn’t you let that one through, after all us high speed typists are always flying that close to the wind you’re gunna hit the ground occasionally. Try and imagine churning out a whopping 15- 20 short words per minute from a 1 and 2 finger tapper and your goin man, I mean barely hang on man and think about how that keyboards feeling and your worrying about a miserable r……. thanks any way,
        Then you gotta take into account my OAO, no it’s not an honour like a Knighthood, it’s more commonly known as old age onset.
        ONA can be loosely be described as a clash between wishful thinking and reality. I demonstrated this the other day when I endeavored to show my 7 yo granddaughter and friend how I used rope-skip to pepper……….I used to do a bit of boxing see and skipping was part of………..Well I think you get my drift.
        Now back in your Hammock mate and don’t waste time counting down, we’re doing that for you. See you then.

  • Aktosplatz 30/01/2019, 2:16 pm

    Morrison is determined to try and lose the forthcoming election. He has ruled out Abbott being invited back into the ministry.


    Same aura of spite as Turnbull. Tony Abbott has a better track record than any of them, and I notice that Morrison claims credit for stopping the boats. Which he did – under Abbott’s leadership, but that has been conveniently forgotten.

    And notice the position suggested – Aboriginal Affairs! He has been a volunteer teachers’ aid among Aboriginal Communities, but Morrison is too spiteful to even acknowledge that.

    I quite dislike the Liberals of today, actually.

    This is sheer spite and jealously of Tony Abbott.

    • DT 31/01/2019, 6:34 am

      Yes, by 45 of 85 Liberal MPs in Canberra, going by the Dutton loss of the leadership ballot.

      But there is light at the end of the Black Hand tunnel and they appear to be preparing to retire. The NSW Liberals where Mansion rules via Photios has been sidelined and the Federal HQ is supporting Abbott’s counter GetUp and fund raising website Battlelines named after his excellent book. I understand that the Feds had a word with Mansion about his behaviour since retiring.

      Facebook supporters for Abbott exceed 450,000

  • Pensioner Pete 31/01/2019, 8:45 am

    Darn this Global Warming, President Trump in recent comments, got it right yet again about the scam and the evidence is so clear, the Greens and Global Warmistas must be really struggling to continue this outrageous lie. Refers: https://www.news.com.au/technology/environment/tale-of-two-hemispheres-world-watching-australias-record-heat/news-story/81a063180acda034caf278bbdd04d1da

    • luk1955 01/02/2019, 8:04 am

      PP, we have our own polar vortex happening here in Oz. It’s called multiculturalism and african savages taking to the streets of Melbourne. And definitely in the political sphere as the pollies compete for the honour of taking Australia into the same shithole situation as the middle east and Africa. And our politicians attitude to the wonders of Australia (its white people) are colder than ever.

  • Albert 31/01/2019, 8:53 am
  • Albert 01/02/2019, 8:50 am

    There is little that is more sickening than disloyal treasonous scum like Turnbull, his son and their grossly obnoxious puppet Julia Banks. In my almost eight decades on this rock I have witnessed some terrible acts of betrayal and spiteful revenge but nothing on the scale of that being engineered by an upstart Turnbull who is even more dangerous than his father.
    I would hope that the damage being done to this country by way of the unwarranted treasonous conduct of Turnbull and his son is being closely monitored by our national security agencies with a view to bringing to an end their constant, continuing and dangerous bastardy.

    • Aktosplatz 01/02/2019, 9:03 am

      Does anybody know what the Liberal Party actually stands for anymore? Because I sure don’t.

      Certainly, the Turnbulls are toxic at least as far as I am concerned. But there are uncomfortable signs that some amongst the Liberals themselves (Julie Bishop for one) are in step with the Turnbulls.

      As a contrast, Tony Abbott is the ONLY Liberal leader to have WON seats in general elections in the last 12 years. The only one.

      As another contrast, Morrison through fear of the Left, the MSM, and the like, , has said there will not be a cabinet post for Tony Abbott not even for this election.

      So, what do the Liberals stand for? What are their values?

      • Neville 01/02/2019, 10:55 am

        Sadly, I think the Libs are now simply leftist me-toos.
        Menzies may have started the party, and fairly clear evidence is that it was then based on principles of ‘libertarianism’ (as it’s now called to distinguish it from the US brand of so-called liberalism). But now .. well, not only would Menzies not even recognise the party or its “principles”, but when he understood it, he would probably vomit.

      • Albert 01/02/2019, 10:59 am

        Akto, I have written the Liberal party off completely because they stand for nothing and certainly don’t represent the real Australians. I most certainly have no time for the likes of Turnbull, Morrison, Bishop, Pyne, Payne et al.

        The shunning of Tony Abbott is gross stupidity and demonstrates the need to grind what is left of the Liberal party into dust. Unfortunately, the alternative is Labor and their promotion to government status will be the last straw for this country. Today I received Pauline Hanson’s regular email that spells out in no uncertain terms what is really going on and what we can expect from Shorten.
        Poor fella my country.

      • Neville 01/02/2019, 7:29 pm

        Albert, can you uplink the Hanson email, please? Or perhaps a link to her website where that email may be duplicated?

      • crankykoala 01/02/2019, 8:12 pm

        The Liberal party as it now stands is stuffed. To my way of thinking should the next election go to to the ALP/Greens then those Libs that remain and support Abbott/Dutton should resign and team up with the Australian Conservatives, hopefully the National party would follow them.

    • DT 02/02/2019, 7:08 am

      Don’t even be tempted to vote Union Labor Green.

      A vote for Green is a vote for Labor and Turnbull Party is a vehicle to merge with them to form a single one-party forever more government.

      Mr.Harbourside Mansion has been working to get rid of the LNP since well before he undermined Peter King MP to enter Parliament via Wentworth.

      His agenda is socialism globalism via a republic Australia and a new constitution to remove the checks and balances that leftist politicians are frustrated by, that they have to find ways to get around. As in implementing UN treaties.

      • luk1955 02/02/2019, 7:13 am

        That’s the major unitary party that I have been talking about. The greens, labor and liberals and nationals having the same agenda.

    • luk1955 02/02/2019, 7:11 am

      Perhaps MM should do an article on Rodney Culleton, who is being harassed like no politician in history since he asked why the Queen’s name is not on High Court correspondence. And he also asked why the WA and NT governments are allowing the chinks to establish their own city up north free of Australian law, complete with troops, chink troops, not our troops.

  • Pensioner Pete 01/02/2019, 4:03 pm

    A listing of donations to political parties, which makes for some very interesting reading and the realisation why we are going down the gurgler so quickly. Refers: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-02-01/donations-australia-federal-politics-foreign/10768226

    • luk1955 02/02/2019, 7:30 am

      All those donations went to the major unitary party. Nothing to the little parties that really represent the electorate. Political parties rob the electorate of any voice in that violent corrupt and fraudulent sickness called government.

  • Aktosplatz 01/02/2019, 6:09 pm

    Paul Joseph Watson’s recent post on Modern Art (funny)


  • Albert 02/02/2019, 8:47 am

    Neville, try this one:


    • Aktosplatz 02/02/2019, 8:57 am

      That comma between onenationhq and com.au can’t be right

    • Neville 02/02/2019, 10:52 am

      Good onya, Albert, ta.

  • Albert 02/02/2019, 9:04 am

    Sorry, Saturday morning finger trouble. Try http://www.office@onenationhq.com.au

  • Biking Voter 02/02/2019, 12:39 pm

    This is is support of the political donations story that appeared in today’s MM (https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-02-02/calls-for-political-donation-reform/10773118)

    Honest Government …. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2ymjCqaAsY

  • Albert 03/02/2019, 7:37 am
    • Pensioner Pete 03/02/2019, 9:04 am

      Albert: I don’t expect anything to happen, despite this matter being ‘investigated’ with the threat of ‘charges may be laid’. Historically, the precedent in cases like this, is that of allowing sufficient time to pass so the matter disappears and is forgotten.

  • Gregoryno6 03/02/2019, 9:37 am

    As the election approaches the general theme in the media is ‘Libs fighting for survival’. Shorten, meanwhile, spruiks every lunatic leftwing policy that falls out of the sky – the reportage is polite, and far from inquisitive.
    The Greens meltdown is getting some play, and is perhaps intended to nudge the enviromentals back toward the bosom of Labor.

  • Jack Richards 03/02/2019, 10:12 am

    I see some reports that an unnamed senior Labor figure has admitted that Shorten plans to re-introduce and “inheritance tax” or “death duty”.

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