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aaaaaaaaForum for Delcons and Deplorables # 53
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26.01.21.  The post below found on social media by Jacinta on January 21, 2013 shows how Australia Day only eight years ago was celebrated in general. That was before the leftists, activists and anarchists in their filthy state ‘invaded’ the streets virtually unchecked—one of the freedoms which democracy affords. But with freedom must come responsibility, a condition now lost on today’s politicians, a political elite that bend which ever way the saucer tilts. Good government is in competition with re-election and the later will always triumph—as history now proves. The 40 odd thousand taxpayer dollars funnelled into every indigenous household in Australia each year—more than $30bn each and every year, a trite donation never mentioned by the 3% of our whinging minority. The wonderful catchword adopted by the Aboriginal industry, “invasion” is an insult used by the ABC, had to be removed from the national broadcaster following an avalanche of public anger—they are pushing back at last. The rewriting of Australian history, as espoused by Bruce Pascoe, cloyingly embraced by the ABC and inserted as fact into school curriculum has had the opposite effect on most Australians who are tired of being lied to about a superior ‘culture’! More

26.01.21.  As if the bloody despot of Victoria Dan Andrews doesn’t have enough to worry over regarding his atrocious leadership during past years. The deaths of more than 800 people via mismanaged COVID-19 and his ‘treasonable’ relationship with communist China’s Belt and Road Initiative, even though warned against by Australia’s senior security agencies, not to mention his kingdom’s financial ruin seem inconsequential to him. Speaking about Margaret Court’s Australia Day Honours Award, a person  whom has done more good for Australians than Andrews could ever do, amplifies what a perfect, nasty Labor bastard Andrews is. There can be no contest in who has helped or caused the most damage to Australians—Andrews or Court? Congratulations Margaret Court AC. And, if anybody cares— Kerry O’Brien has refused his appointment as an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO). He changed his mind because of the “deeply insensitive and divisive decision” to award Margaret Court a higher Order of Australia. What a cockroach that scurries among us?
Tennis legend Margaret Court says she is praying for Daniel Andrews — and politicians like him — because their beliefs have skewed “so far left” they have lost touch with Australia’s values and forgotten that it is wrong to lie. More

26.01.21.  “On Friday Daniel Andrews ripped into Margaret Court, claiming her views on same-sex marriage were “disgraceful, hurtful and cost lives”. The same criticism might be applied to his government’s handling of quarantine hotels, but that’s another story. More pertinent was Andrews’ opportunistic attempt to justify an ugly law that purports to prohibit gay conversion therapy, a practice he implied Court condones. She does not. Court is possessed with a profound Christian charity lacking in her opponents. In any case, the Change or Suppression (Conversion) Practices Prohibition Bill is not primarily intended to outlaw a practice that almost every Victorian would abhor. It is a Trojan horse for activism of the most insidious kind. It is an attack on freedom of religion and parental rights by activists who regard the very existence of categories of sex and sexuality to be oppressive.” More

26.01.21.  You might be right for thinking there’s something in the water from which all Labor performers drink. If so, they had better dump it quickly before the entire party is laughed out of office. Could it be a sort of contest for the greatest moron of them all? If so, it’s too late, Bill Shorten owns that one. This caper is hard to beat!
A very stupid Labor senator has come under fire after she labelled Australia Day a celebration of “white supremacy”. Sue Lines, a senator for Western Australia who is also the deputy president of the senate—these are the idiots that decide how you live, wrote on her Facebook page that it was time to change the date of Australia Day. “Australia Day celebrates white supremacy and the legacy of colonisation that is directly linked to the various ways we continue to fail First Nations people,” the nitwit wrote. “It’s wrapped up in modern racist policies like the cashless debit card, with deaths in custody and our failure to close the gap. “January 26th should be a day of mourning and reflection.” Put your hand up if you voted for this silly woman! May God save Australia from politicians like this! More

26.01.21.  “In updated guidance published on Jan. 20, the WHO said that lab experts and health care practitioners should also consider the patient’s history and epidemiological risk factors alongside the PCR test in diagnosing the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus.The new guidance could result in significantly fewer daily cases. “Most PCR assays are indicated as an aid for diagnosis, therefore, health care providers must consider any result in combination with timing of sampling, specimen type, assay specifics, clinical observations, patient history, confirmed status of any contacts, and epidemiological information,” the guidance says. It’s unclear why the health agency waited over a year to release the new directive. The WHO didn’t reply to an inquiry from The Epoch Times.” More

26.1.20. Australia is already the world’s second largest producer of rare earths, although it still only generates a fraction of China’s output. But, there is much more to come with four Australian companies having very advanced rear earths projects, where the focus is on neodymium-praseodymium as the key output.
In addition, we have Northern Minerals with the much sought-after heavy rare earth elements (HREE), dysprosium and terbium, dominating its rare earths suite at the Browns Range project in Western Australia. Australia is one of very few that has large supplies of Rare Earth Elements, both heavy and light, with sizeable, rich, world class, deposits totaling around 1/3rd of the world’s known resources already found and we have hardly started looking.
America may need all we can supply if Townhall’s Duggan Flanakin predictions are true, and No! we should not sell any of these resources sources to China. More

iLovely song—a bit too close to home for some? More

25.01.21.  “Tennis and cricket players once embodied the elite sportsmanship that was the envy of lesser mortals,” writes Jennifer Oriel. “The greatness of sport was reflected not only in superior athleticism, but a culture in which etiquette and self-restraint were norms. Good manners were maintained under pressure in conditions most would find intolerable. It was the combination of unnatural vigour and extraordinary mastery of emotions that separated the good from the great in sport. That was then. Tennis players who arrived for the Australian Open found themselves in hard lockdown after a flight attendant tested positive for COVID. A two-week quarantine period is not a pleasant prospect, but you might expect world-class athletes to be capable of self-control and a little perspective. After all, they are adults, not children.” More

25.01.21.  It appears that Australia’s disastrous French submarine deal is like a big, rickety-old steamroller at the top of a steep hill. A little nudge and it starts rolling, it speeds up, it has no brakes, no way of stopping it. The politicians that signed the lousy deal are gone—living a life of luxury on the taxpayer—forever! The poor bastards caught inside the contraption will go over the cliff at the bottom of the hill. Even if they jump off, they’ll all die from old age before a working sub will be delivered—to the museum of military relics. $50bn down the sewer!
About 50 senior staff from the Defence Department will be redeployed to Adelaide next month to work with Naval Group on the Future Submarines project, as the French defence giant looks to double its Australian workforce to 500 by the end of this year. More

25.01.21.  Anyone who followed American politics during the Trump/Biden chase for the presidency would have seen the very many individual and compiled video clips of Joe Biden stumbling and mumbling in a decidedly awkward state—cognitive decline! Yet, by foul means or fair Biden is now president of the most powerful nation on earth. There is also a recent grab of Biden signing the 17 Executive Orders in which he says softly, “I don’t know what I’m signing here!” Of course, he might have been joking? Anyway, in keeping with bumbling, Biden put his foot right in it with his executive order on gender identity and sexual orientation, pushing the hotly contested issue of transgender participation in women’s athletics from the sidelines to the spotlight.
The hashtag #BidenErasedWomen trended Thursday as advocates on both sides of the issue wrestled with the social, political and religious implications of the order signed Wednesday by Mr. Biden “preventing and combating discrimination on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation.” More