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19.04.19. It appears that Fairfax Media’s print sector has a self-fulfilling prophesy. With a yearly decline in share price of around 57% down to 65 cents per share, a negative 14.8% one year return, the best they can do is quote the great American novelist, Mark Twain. That is in response to their pin-up boy Bill Shorten’s accusation of News Corp’s “dishonest scare campaigns” and “usual propaganda.” Goodness me, Bill Shorten has never used used such wicked tactics in his political discourses, has he? Shorten is pissed off because he is being exposed for the fraud he is. Bill is at his best whooping up CFMMEU thugs from the back of a truck where his spiel gives a rush of meaningless figures that mesmerise his adulators. It’s not working this time as the media has got his number and set him up like a dumb rabbit caught in the spotlight. This dangerous dope wants the keys to the Lodge—God help us!
“Never pick a fight with people who buy ink by the barrel,” advised the writer Mark Twain. Once, politicians lived by these words. In Australia, it meant you didn’t pick a fight with Rupert Murdoch and News Corp, which accounts for 60 per cent of daily newspaper sales. More

19.04.19. At time of writing there is very much talk in America about the long awaited Mueller Report—400 pages of it released just hours ago. The Leftist press repeats like a broken record that Trump has not been “exonerated”. Trump says, “I’m having a good day,” he told reporters, declaring that the report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller found “no collusion, no obstruction.” Republicans are saying, we told you Trump had no case to answer and the Democrats who continue to search and nitpick at legal vagaries hope to create the Holy Grail of impeachment of the president. In Washington bumper stickers announce, “It’s Mueller Day.” The following report seems like a lot of noise for nothing as many details will never become public—but that won’t stop the Trump haters. More

19.04.19. Is it a gamble or just so far up themselves that some people believe that they can get away with their past form? Take the winging Julia Banks, for example. Another ‘snout-in-the-trough’ lawyer that view life on the taxpayers’ tab beats chasing ambulances among the bottom feeders of the legal profession. Banks was the Turnbull Kool-Aid swigging, shrill fishwife who bitched about being bullied by her colleagues. She gave her constituents the finger, said she was quitting politics but went independent—unwilling to wear the bottom feeder’s scrum, no doubt? Dennis Shanahan and Joe Kelly in The Australian expose the little sweet pea!


A young female executive assistant working for pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline was paid compensation after making a bullying complaint against former Liberal MP now independent candidate Julia Banks. Ms Banks, who defected from the Liberal Party claiming she had been bullied and that the ­Coalition was anti-woman, last night did not deny a settlement was paid in the GSK case. More

19.04.19. i) the vision of Sir Henry Parkes of Australia as an English speaking, predominantly European Christian Commonwealth, as originally described in 1901 when Australia as a nation was founded;
ii) social cohesion by an immigration program that gives preference to those best able to integrate and assimilate;
iii) traditional family values, including recognising marriage as only the union of a man and a woman and the sanctity of human life at all ages, including both the unborn and the elderly;
iv) government through the democratic consent of the governed;
v) individual freedom, including unrestricted freedom of speech, association and belief; More

19.04.19. Regarding the election, Bernard Salt may be right when he says, “The losers will be the baby boomers; the winners will be their children’s generation (the millennials).” Okay then. If that’s the case let the ‘boomers’ unite and teach the pompous bastards that have stolen our pensions to cover up their gross administrative ineptitude a massive lesson—stand the bloody place on its head for once—we have nothing to lose! Let that 4.8 million voting block put the two major parties that systematically raped our pension accounts absolutely last on all ballots. Let the greedy, spoiled millennials watch us as we spend what little the government vultures have left us. Let the small-minded fools watch us day by day zeroing their anticipated inheritance so the government gives us more pension. Let them wonder why they must suffer a debt burden when we kark it and inheritance taxes and death duties obliterate a lifetime of toil—dust to dust! Enough of going without, scrimping and saving to leave something for the kids. It’s now every man for himself—is it? Our parents survived two world wars, rations and hardship, things that millennials know bugger all about and that includes most who sit in parliament. The final weapon for a few years to come is the might of the ballot box—use it wisely. Let the ‘boomers’ go down fighting—not like sheep to the slaughter! (Image: Ed’s grandfather 1909.)
It would seem that the upcoming election is to be fought along generational lines. This is the first skirmish in what is likely to be a series of pitched battles that will be fought throughout the 2020s. More

19.04.19. Many around the world will see NZ’s PM Ardern as being in the 100 opportunists for her overbearing genuflecting before the Muslim world. Such an accolade from Time Magazine is akin to President Barack Obama’s 2009 Nobel Peace Prize that immediately triggered strong reactions worldwide as commentators said, for doing what, may we ask?
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, internationally praised for her handling of the recent massacre in Christchurch, has been named on Time magazine’s latest “100 most influential people” list. The list features 48 women, including well-known actors, sportspeople and politicians, and represents the highest number of women included since Time magazine began annually publishing the list in 2004. More

19.04.19. Humans are equal within their natural capacity, no one would argue that, except maybe some Muslims and hindu’s. But in the real world some are seen as less than equal. When men are seen this way a lot of men don’t care enough to make a big deal about it; either because they genuinely don’t care, or because they’ve been conditioned by society not to care or at least to not express their concerns openly. Another big part could be because when men do bring up situations where they’re discriminated against, unlike when women do, such complaints are often met with derisive remarks along the lines of “stop whining and man up!” because men are taught that bringing up how they’re treated unfairly is unmanly; men are supposed to be unfeeling brutes and let everything roll off their backs; and men who express vulnerability or recognize the possibility of being the victim of anything are “pussies” who need to toughen up and get over it. Dennis Prager discusses the woman side of the issue. More

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