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 Forum for Delcons and Deplorables # 64

aaaaaaaaForum for Delcons and Deplorables # 64

Previous comments Updated: 13/10/21

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  • Sir Peter 13/10/2021, 9:44 am


    This comment was posted in Forum #63 just before it was taken down and this forum #64 uploaded


    It’s well worth a read, as are the comments following, from Pensioner Pete

  • God58 13/10/2021, 10:30 am

    I’ve heard some shit in my time but the Qld government takes the cake. They infer the US, New Zealand and Victoria’s introduction of a school health program means it’s world class. Ffs these are the last nutters anyone should be following. Go the UAP.

  • Pensioner Pete 13/10/2021, 11:15 am

    Looks like the corruption of the Westminster system of the parliament is in full swing in Western Australia, particularly so, when Clive Palmer sues the WA government for losses, so the WA government brings in ‘Emergency Legislation’ to block Clive Palmer from succeeding, thus establishing that Clive Palmer, was adjudged as achieving a favourable outcome in the court, that is, until the goal posts were moved to ensure this court action could not proceed. (Similar to the state of ongoing flux regarding jabs)

    Refers: https://www.9news.com.au/national/clive-palmer-loses-high-court-battle-to-sue-western-australian-goverment/a30192cf-870c-4b73-8896-08982809f921

    And: https://www.9news.com.au/national/clive-palmer-mark-mcgowan-legal-battle-intensifies-after-western-australia-parliament-passes-new-law/fa9ddbea-e32f-4028-bd8f-31bdeed8a808

    • DT 13/10/2021, 1:34 pm

      News today that Clive lost his case at the High Court of Australia, the WA Government legislation used to block Clive’s claim was judged to be enforceable.

      • Pensioner Pete 13/10/2021, 2:09 pm

        What the WA government did, sets a terrible precedent, now should any government here, disagree with a citizen, a citizen who has the resources to challenge the government in a court of law, now may expect that government to pass legislation to ensure the citizen has no hope of success in the courts of of the land.

        This action by the WA government was purely to usurp justice.

  • Cliff 13/10/2021, 11:19 am

    Most will be familiar with the news item that appeared (very briefly) a few days ago of the USN nuclear attack submarine USS Connecticut suffering damage in an underwater collision with an unknown object in the South China Sea on Oct 2nd. It has now returned to Guam for a damage assessment/repair and to have eleven crew members who were injured in the collision receive medical treatment.

    Nothing more about the incident has appeared in the mainstream media that I’m aware of.

    Many comments here that it was a real possibility that the USS Connecticut may have inadvertently hit or been hit by a Chinese submarine. But one comment, (I think it was from poster Sir Peter, but I may be wrong) suggested that it might have hit – or been hit – by a Chinese unmanned drone with its warhead disabled.

    I found that comment interesting, for if true, it opens a whole can of worms with all sorts of interesting implications, both immediate for the USN in the current (hopefully NOT developing) situation re Taiwan and in the long term, for Australia in our proposed submarine upgrade.

    If the Chinese

    (a) have drone submarines
    (b) which are capable of finding, tracking and capable of hitting an adversary submarine, and
    (c) can operate in a passive mode so as to remain undetected by an adversary submarine until within killing distance

    …we’ve entered into a whole new ball game.

    Some will recall the USN destroyer that to all intents and purposes went dead in the water a few years ago in the Black Sea immediately after a Russian aircraft flew by it. All electronics went out of action and the ship became totally defenceless. I have heard reports that as many as one third of the crew resigned from the Navy when it returned to port. (Not sure how that works in today’s Navy. It wasn’t an option in my day.)

    If what Sir Peter(?) suggested is true, the Chinese, for the outlay of one unmanned drone, have sent a rather blunt – and very unambiguous – message to the US that their entire submarine fleet is at risk should push come to shove over Taiwan. (And if it is so, I’m trying to imagine how the crews of the USN submarine fleet are reacting to this.)

    The Chinese have a hypersonic missile, (dubbed by some ‘the carrier killer’), said to be too fast to be intercepted by any antimissile system the Americans admit to owning. (We can but hope they have a few toys defending their carrier groups that they have not admitted to owning.) That will force the Americans to keep their carriers further away from Taiwan than they would prefer.

    In the longer term, for Australia, if these drone exist and have the capability that may (stress ‘may’) have been displayed with USS Connecticut, it presents us with the nightmare scenario of a semicircle of a dozen or so of these beasts ringed around Fremantle, sitting passively just awaiting activation.

    Comments? Am I being overly alarmist?

    • DT 13/10/2021, 1:32 pm

      The US, the UK and other major military powers do not broadcast their top secret projects and capabilities.

      For example Rail Guns developed during the called “Star Wars” period when POTUS Reagan was in office. There was a lot of speculation but very little details provided.

      But a keen space observer viewing video NASA released taken from the Space Station noticed a strange flash of light and studied the images frame by frame. He called for assistance and several qualified people volunteered and soon worked out that a dot of light that at first looked like a star was travelling (Earth rotation) in the opposite direction to all the other stars. The flash of light was directed towards it and the “star” reversed direction and sped away into space at an estimated unbelievable speed that I forget but it was thousands of miles per hour and faster than any craft known on Earth.

      The story video was very technical and comprehensive and did not identify the flying star, so it was a Unidentified Flying Object. The flash was speculated to be from a Rail Gun satellite, something like a very large shotgun firing large projectiles. The projectiles did not even get close to the flying star but seemed to force it’s departure.

      Of course there are underwater drones, and even commercial drones used to explore the ocean bottoms and carry out searches. So navy drones must be operational.

      Consider aircraft drones, Boeing Australia together with the RAAF have developed the “Loyal Wingman” drone together and the first are flying and being evaluated, production will commence soon in Queensland. Other buyers of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter are interested in purchasing them. The US has its own development programme.

      The Wingman will fly alongside and around RAAF F-35 and F/A-18 fighters and can also accompany other RAAF aircraft to defend them, fuel tankers, radar aircraft, transports, etc. Wingman can carry weapons and equipment like electronics jamming technology and other technology. For every one piloted aircraft there could be a number of Wingman drones flying with it.

      The US has not released much about their laser weapons, another hidden technology.

    • Sir Peter 13/10/2021, 2:47 pm

      Cliff, you correct. It is was me who suggested a drone. I still think it the most feasible explanation. Second best is a collision with a manned PLAN sub – whether it either was sunk or saved is interesting but irrelevant, because they won’t admit either. At least not until after war is declared

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 13/10/2021, 11:55 am

    Dunno Cliff, but from past experience have you really ever seen something the Celestials make work properly or work reliably for an extended period because as sure as hell I haven’t. Regard the aeroplanes they sent down to help search (spy) for MH-370. They couldn’t find Pearce AFB where they were supposed to land so had to be vectored to Perth International. The ones that scare me are the Russians for they make some excellent gear and have some excellent operators of that gear and aren’t frightened to use it.

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 13/10/2021, 12:04 pm

    Age 14+ for a kid to make medical decisions might be legal but it’s simply immoral for most 14 year old kids have no idea of responsibility and in fact don’t want it unless it suits their limited outlook because they are in the main just past the –I want to be a fireman, train driver, nurse, policeman– stage. The gender benders will be salivating over this. Remember when we had to get parental permission to marry before age 21 or to vote or to go into a pub (in Qld.) for I do and it struck me as ironic at the time asking the old Dad for permission to get married because I left home at a whisker under 13 years old.

  • DT 13/10/2021, 1:15 pm

    Apparently the Prime Minister and others considering the demands by even our closest allies to participate in attempting to achieve net zero emissions has promised MPs including the Nationals that an analysis of the impact on the Australian economy will be provided.

    I have emailed the Members of Parliament Federal and State for my area asking about this very important information that we the people must be shown before any commitments are made to the international globalist bullies who threaten trade sanctions and other penalties if Australia fails to cooperate.

    I read in The Australian that the EU is preparing to introduce a carbon type tax on imports like steel, cement, aluminium and others produced with fossil fuel. As these are essential products for modern economies the imposition can only be a grab for money under the disguise of reducing emissions, same as buying credits to offset emissions, go ahead and produce emissions but pay a price penalty, a fine.

    It reminds me of the Rudd-Turnbull Emissions Trading Scheme proposal that Gillard Labor turned into a Carbon Tax with plans for a future ETS joined to the EU ETS. Trading, as in Stock exchange trading, wealth creation schemes. And certain religions that allow prayers to be said to get rid of sins.

    Please think harder about this nonsense, Australia has been caught up in climate hoax since the Howard Government terms 1996-2007. In fact our governments had little choice but to cooperate or pay the penalties imposed by the globalist bullies.

    Penalties that impact adversely on our way of life and economic prosperity. But hang on, we have been impacted adversely. but maybe not as badly as we might have experienced?

    I don’t know what we can do apart from complain constantly to our elected representatives, but do they really have much influence in the Climate Club?

    How many voters complained when the Lima Agreement was signed by Whitlam Labor in 1975? Or when Keating Labor signed the UN Agenda 21 around 1990? Some complained about the Kyoto and Paris emissions reduction Agreements and agenda but most did not bother, assuming that most took any notice until the Gillard Labor Carbon Tax hurt their hip pocket nerves via electricity bills plus GST.

    Most of the politicians today will not be politicians in 2050, even the NSW Premier who is the youngest ever in that position will be around 70 years old, most will be much older and blameless by then, will anybody remember who they were?

    Unfortunately most Australians, and most people everywhere were not interested in the leftist agendas. Most did not know, do not know now that the UN was formed after WW2 and immediately infiltrated by the leftists, Australian Labor Government Attorney General, a lawyer, Evatt gave the new UN comrades a plan, to sign treaties and agreements with every member nation to cover everything they could think of that might be useful for gaining control and ignoring sovereignty of nations. As the Fabians said: The Inevitability Of Gradualness … it will happen eventually.

    And today we can now see their net tightening around us, climate hoax and warming creative accounting modelling to fool the people based emissions reduction schemes and crony capitalism holding hands with the Marxist left.

    Even school students are being brain washed as Mark Latham and others have been pointing out for that past few years. This started during the Whitlam Labor terms. The indoctrinated children become woke adults and easily manipulated, after all they want to save the world, their hopefully not future King has warned for the third time that the end is close, but he must forget his earlier predictions and time that has passed without that disastrous turning point.

    Just like all the other deceivers, the Palaeontologist (fossil studies) who predicted most dams would never fill again, but they have many times, and the Sydney Opera House would disappear underwater, but it didn’t, etc.

    Meanwhile the scientists we can believe, the voices of reason and truth such as Professor Ian Plimer, continue to point out that climate change and weather are natural, Earth Cycles, and that there were various warmer periods than present in the past, but like the Arab saying: The Dogs Bark But The Caravan Moves On” the voices of reason are the Dogs, ignored, background noise.

    • Botswana O'Hooligan 13/10/2021, 1:42 pm

      Most of us are guilty as charged for we thought along the lines of “she’ll be right mate” for we figured that idiots as in Whitlam, Keating, et al would get their comeuppance for we Australians weren’t fools. We were so wrong DT.

      • DT 13/10/2021, 2:32 pm

        Their ABC Radio National broadcast a series “New World Order”, I obtained a transcript and still refer to it from time to time. I tried to discuss it and the United Nations being infiltrated by leftists who are using it and associated organisations to manipulate member nations with various people including a senior WW2 veteran politician who told me that my view was warped, that the UN was for the good of all people.

        In a way I understand why politicians born during the early to late 1900s and having just experienced or witnessed the horrors of WW2 would be determined to make the world a better place. Of course they would, as I am sure we now do. WW1, The Great Depression years and then WW2 and poverty, loss of human lives including family members, rationing, destruction but thankfully not so much in Australia, Darwin and some other northern areas only.

        They were cleverly out manoeuvred by the communists and fellow travellers politically. And gradually those manipulators have been like a worm inserted into a perfectly good apple, they ruined it. They are now well on the way to ruining our world as we knew it post-WW2.

        Free enterprise, free markets, also called capitalism that resulted in economic prosperity and advances in medicine and other areas that have increased life expectancy. And now the worms are intent on ruining those gains and gaining control over our lives and even stealing out assets, “great reset, build back better, new green deal”.

        We are fools, most of us are fools and gullible targets for propaganda, even allowing the left leaning media to turn us away from politicians by feeding us deceptive material. As I think it was Labor Premier Wran once said, the more mud is thrown at a target the more mud sticks until the target is covered with mud and nobody remembers what the target looked like.

      • Sir Peter 13/10/2021, 2:59 pm

        DT, we are in the mess we are in because Big Left and Big Right have agreed to cooperate. The left gets its goal of destroying our manufacturing sector, while the big end of town (Turdballs and cronies) gets a bunch of new financial schemes to slurp from – carbon taxes, carbon sequestration schemes, even better than ‘renewables’ , are almost impossible to police.

        Corruption will be rife and billionaires created.

        Think of it as a financial version of the Molatov Ribbentrop pact, wherein Stalin and Hitler agreed postpone their existential feud until they’d carved Europe up between them.

  • DT 13/10/2021, 2:18 pm

    Extract from comments at JoNova website …

    Travis T. Jones
    October 12, 2021 at 2:42 pm · Reply
    Fool me once …

    2009, Prince Charles says we have 100 months to save the planet


    Fool me twice …

    July, 2019: Prince Charles says we have 18 months to save the planet


    Oct 2021: Prince Charles tells ScoMo it’s last drinks at the Last Chance Saloon, and calls him out to be there.

    Leave the bottle, bartender … it’s the worst apocalypse. Ever.

    • Cliff 13/10/2021, 5:50 pm

      I’ve always been a bit of a defender of Charlie. ( I have two people I know quite well who have had up close and personal dealings with him and both spoke quite favourably of him.) But he’s crossed my line with his latest utterances. Sorry Charlie, but I don’t consider I will ever accept you as the king of my country. I know that won’t mean a thing to They Who Must Be Obeyed in Canberra, but God help me, I find myself now in very strange company – the red bandana man.

  • DT 13/10/2021, 2:56 pm
  • DT 13/10/2021, 7:42 pm

    All that you need to know about small modular nuclear reactors;


  • God58 13/10/2021, 9:24 pm
  • God58 13/10/2021, 11:20 pm

    This should be broadcast on every media outlet in the country. Somehow I don’t see that happening. Warning: lots of understandable profanity. The guy should be PM. 🙂

    • Pensioner Pete 14/10/2021, 6:00 am

      That was a goodun, this bloke is right on the money and very, very Aussie.

  • Jude 14/10/2021, 7:38 am

    “COVID Deaths Before and after Vaccination”.
    This is a very informative video from John Hopkins University. It shows many countries but those of special note include Cambodia, Fiji, Grenada, Malaysia, Mongolia, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand & Viet Nam.

    • Botswana O'Hooligan 14/10/2021, 8:47 am

      Maybe the conspiracy theorists are right after all for the above data hints to a population thinning exercise.

  • Sir Peter 14/10/2021, 8:42 am
    • God58 14/10/2021, 9:24 am

      Nice to think this is a win but the arsehole CEO has form for lying. Should make Southwest airlines employees so happy to know their CEO is vermin. Wait on, most are these days.

  • God58 14/10/2021, 9:19 am
    • Albert 14/10/2021, 10:34 am

      Won’t ever happen in Victoria.

  • DT 14/10/2021, 11:41 pm


    By Adam Vaughan

    The concept of net zero greenhouse gas emissions was first popularised by the Paris Agreement, a landmark deal that was agreed at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21) to limit the impact of greenhouse gas emissions. At the watershed meeting, nearly 200 countries agreed “to achieve a balance between anthropogenic emissions by sources by sinks of greenhouse gases in the second half of this century.” In other words, hit net zero emissions by around mid-century.

    In 2018 the timeline and need for the goal was spelt out more clearly, by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s report on stopping 1.5°C of warming. The UN climate science panel said that global carbon dioxide emissions must fall by about 45 per cent by 2030, and to net zero by 2050, for the world to have a chance of avoiding the devastating consequences of breaching the 1.5°C threshold.

    That report helped spur countries including Sweden to set a goal of net zero emissions by 2050, followed by the UK in 2019, the first major economy to do so. In 2020, China, the world’s biggest emitter, pledged it would reach “carbon neutrality” by 2060. Businesses, and sub-national actors such as states and regions, have also set similar targets.

    Why net rather than just zero? Even if we decarbonise our electricity grids entirely, make green hydrogen production affordable and dramatically scale up carbon capture and storage, there will still be a rump of emissions left by 2050. Most of those will come from hard- or impossible-to-abate sectors including farming, aviation, some heavy industry and waste.

    That is where greenhouse gas removals come in. Tree-planting, restoring peatlands, and technologies such as direct air capture of CO2 can tip the carbon accounting scales to cancel out the remaining rump, leaving a country or business at net zero.

    There are a few technical but important questions around the best ways to achieve net zero. One is over whether “carbon credits” from other countries should be allowed to count towards a country’s progress. The UK government’s advisers, the Climate Change Committee, argues they should not, because of the expense but also because all countries will eventually need to reach net zero, so that option will vanish.

    Another is over whether net zero should cover just carbon emissions or all greenhouse gas emissions, including others such as methane, which comes principally from farming and oil and gas production. The CCC says it is better to cover all greenhouse gas emissions.

    Some figures, such as former Bank of England governor Mark Carney, have stirred controversy by appearing to suggest alternative definitions of net zero. He claimed the asset manager where he works, Brookfield Asset Management Inc, was net zero because its investments in renewable energy “avoid emissions”, despite the firm holding major investments in coal, oil and gas. Carney later rowed back on the claim.

    There is concern in some quarters that companies and countries are “greenwashing” by announcing net zero targets but not putting sufficient action in place to meet them. The UK, for example, made its target law in June 2019 but as of March 2020 is still off-track to meet even its near-term targets for the mid-2020s, let alone long-term net zero by 2050.

    Read more: https://www.newscientist.com/question/net-zero-emissions/#ixzz79HA6AAhq

    Meanwhile the crony capitalists profit and the globalists too.

  • Sir Peter 15/10/2021, 8:38 am

    The time has come. The roo shooter is needed. NOW. This is way beyond solution by peaceful means.


    He needs a shot – .223 caliber

  • God58 15/10/2021, 9:19 am

    I notice it says all ‘workers’ must be vaccinated. That will exclude 90% of the NT population including most of the public service and politicians. Not allowed to mention the other obvious group.

    • Pensioner Pete 15/10/2021, 9:22 am

      LOL, good point God58!

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 15/10/2021, 4:15 pm

    Morrison is off to Glasgow and after the election off into retirement.

    • Cliff 15/10/2021, 5:16 pm

      God help us. it’s a given that he’ll fold and sign Australia up for totally unrealistic zero emissions targets.

      Cloive’s UAP is going to get a LOT of primary votes come the next election.

    • Aktosplatz 15/10/2021, 7:53 pm

      I knew Morrison would go once the Queen complained she didn’t know who was attending, and Chuck expressed a sulk about Australia’s potential non participation.

      This Junket is for Net Zero emissions by 2050, in 2019 he (Morrison) won that election against Shorten by saying we could not afford Labor’s plan for reductions by 2045.

      They can say what they like at this Junket and Gabfest. The mature adults of 2050 will call the shots on that day, not this crowd of wankers.

      And before 2050 ( I am predicting) after a few blackouts and high energy prices, the Working and Middle Classes will throw these useless non productive hypocrites out.

      There’s a Reform Party (Richard Tice) already pushing back against the Treacherous Boris Johnson, and we have some promising opposition among conservatives. here (sorry, I meant Delcons).

      Let them have their wankfest and BS each other’s brains out. They have lost respect among their former followers.

  • God58 16/10/2021, 3:18 am

    To show what a complete wankfest the Glasgow circus really is the head of the world’s largest carbon dioxide emitter, Xi Jinping, has told them to ping off and isn’t wasting his time or China’s money attending. A complete farce for parading parasites who should be locked up.

    • PW 16/10/2021, 7:17 am

      We’ve just had 2 years of Zoom meetings and the hypocrites are back onto their jets like there’s no tomorrow. Charlie will be there stepping off the chopper after telling the world it only has 12 month’s left. Rudd will be there explaining it is the greatest moral challenge and we must stop all these carbon emmisions. And of course Attenborough also stating that every human should fly just once a year……

  • Albert 16/10/2021, 8:30 am

    Prof Plimer hit the nail on the head last night when he said that global warming due to CO2 was the greatest conjob ever to be aimed at the hip pockets of the general public. He also said that nobody, including the scientists peddling the global warming scam has ever proved that CO2 has any effect on the worlds climate.

    • Aktosplatz 16/10/2021, 9:37 am

      Absolutely Albert. Ian Plimer is a Real (fully qualified) Scientist.

      I wish there were more like him.

  • Sir Peter 16/10/2021, 9:14 am
  • Cliff 16/10/2021, 12:14 pm

    Interesting that there has been no news (at least that I can find) on the state of the USS Connecticut since its safe arrival in Guam some days ago. This article from Forbes Magazine is about as close to news that I got. https://www.forbes.com/sites/craighooper/2021/10/11/hurt-uss-connecticut-highlights-ship-repair-shortfalls-at-key-guam-base/?sh=4aca6c0d2db8

  • God58 16/10/2021, 9:45 pm

    Watched 3 minutes of women’s BBL cricket highlights on Fox sport and had to turn it off. No joke it was 4th grade kiddies level with fake crowd noise to disguise the fact the Hobart ground was basically empty. People aren’t that desperate for boredom. And they think they’re worth equal pay. Ffs it was atrocious.

  • Pensioner Pete 17/10/2021, 7:36 am

    PP took another gander at Clive Palmer’s United Australia Party website.

    One thing quickly caught my eye, being the call for a referendum to abolish the state governments, this referendum would have a chance of getting up once the Queen falls off her perch and the discussion revolving around a republic raised its head again.

    Refers: https://www.unitedaustraliaparty.org.au/united-australia-party-calls-for-referendum-on-abolishing-state-governments/

    There are those who would claim it is a waste of a vote in voting for the minor parties, PP says, it is a waste of grey matter in the cranium if one believes that by voting for the majors all the time will effect change, when history proves this not so.

    The more votes the likes of One Nation, UAP and such, the more votes are lost from the majors, and the more financial pressure is applied to those major political parties, perhaps then, the major parties will actually realise they need to represent their constituents rather than follow UN edicts.

    • John 18/10/2021, 7:20 am

      I agree with the thoughts behind getting rid rid of the seven state govt,s but if they are replaced by a federal govt seven times more powerful is that a greater danger?. At least in the existing system a crazed pos like Andrews can destroy Victoria and damage the six others but can`t destroy the entire seven.
      Which incredibly successful Republic would we hope to emulate — Venezuela?, Libya?, Yemen? the USA??.
      This is not a classical problem with a right and wrong answer, it is one with a poor answer and an even worse one. I`m nonplussed, doing the same thing every time will give you the same result every time is absolutely as you say but at least you know the answer. Even so, the options are attractive to say the least.

    • DT 18/10/2021, 2:04 pm

      I assume that you know that in the UK there is one government and local area councils, the latter manage most of the services that our state governments control.

      And voting there is first past the post, no preferences required and therefore allocated, the candidate with the most primary votes wins the seat.

      • John 20/10/2021, 8:14 pm

        No, I don`t profess expertise in anything much really but suspect what you describe, an overarching govt with regions responsible for many local services fairly well describes russia, china, venezuela, libya and others of Pres Trumps ….holes. And as you say, the UK. None of these including the UK glitter on the world stage, none a shining light, none make it past maudlin mediocrity and none make me envious.
        I`d still feel more comfortable with 7 State Govts and one Federal Govt than with One immensely more powerful Fed govt. Local Councils, at least in the regions I`ve lived are the most incompetent and corrupt of the three levels of Govt. To wit, the local Central Coast Council, NSW has managed to get itself into $580 million of debt in some four years. Through sheer mind numbing stupidity and incompetence.

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 17/10/2021, 8:03 am

    Since both major parties are much the same although there could be some argument on that since Labor are probably not smart enough to throw as much of the hard earned taxpayers loot around as morrison et al have done these past couple of years, voting for UAP or One Nation could possibly force the majors to lift their game until we get decent government for us all instead of the majors just appeasing the inner city crowd.

  • Sir Peter 17/10/2021, 8:30 am

    Why I will NEVER use uber eats or similar. You have no control over what happens to your meal en route, and a very high proportion of deliverers are from the religion of piss.

    Of course, as this clip shows, you need to be very careful about choice of restaurant. The only food delivery I have used is from a restaurant with a Michelin rating, and the staff do the deliveries themselves


  • John 18/10/2021, 6:49 am

    Quote “The Loudoun County prosecutor ( Buta Biberaj) who sought jail time against a father who was arrested at a school board meeting after his daughter was allegedly sexually assaulted in a school bathroom has ties to progressive megadonor George Soros and Democratic Virginia gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe”.
    Apparently the assaulter was a male in a dress in the female bathroom.
    From Fox news this morning. Funny, didn`t see any mention of it anywhere else.
    Any “good `ol boys” with nothing to do?.

  • Cliff 18/10/2021, 7:00 am

    First an American submarine suffers damage in mid ocean after hitting an unknown (and to date, unexplained) object whilst submerged and now this


    (Although ‘this’ happened first.)

    The messages are being sent to the Americans are pretty clear: your aircraft carriers and submarines will be seriously at risk if you interfere in what we consider to be OUR business and OUR back yard.

    We live in interesting times.

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 18/10/2021, 8:01 am

    Yairs, but the hypersonic missile missed by miles thus demonstrating how good they are, but one might have a small wager on the Russian and Yankee ones not missing at all! I always remember that the Celestials invented a crude form of gunpowder from continual pissing on their charcoal fires, and had they “invented” the match at the same time they would have also invented the first astronaut.

  • Sir Peter 18/10/2021, 8:24 am

    This man has to be killed, as do hundreds like him. Marxists who have infiltrated the US defence forces at the very highest level.

    Trump must stand and win. He must then begin the identification and termination of all the traitors embedded in the defence forces, the deep state, the bureaucracy, the schools and academia. The armed citizens together with loyal military and police personnel must support him.

    You are deluded if you think there is a political solution. Heads must roll – literally.


    You cannot negotiate with communists. You must kill them

  • Pensioner Pete 18/10/2021, 12:38 pm

    Friend reports about his worksite, friend will not be jabbed under any circumstances due to a pre-existing medical condition, however, is fit and well and takes good care of himself.

    He is finding his work becoming increasingly difficult as all employees and owners are fully jabbed, whilst friend is not jabbed, and every day, every bloody day, a number are off sick post jab, one in hospital, one has appearance of serious heart issues post jab, whilst others look like death warmed up.

    All were fit and healthy prior the jab rollout, now my friend is the only one able to attend work each day whilst the remaining employees including the management spend time off work sick post jab causing operational difficulties.

    Methinks this whole ‘get jabbed’ situation is creating a massive shortage of workers in all industries both private and public, so what do we see in the news? The idiot government wants to import workers to fill the gaps left because of post jab ‘side effects’ including death, whilst those who refuse the jab are locked out of many worksites.

    Bloody crazy stuff and cannot end well, can it?

  • PW 18/10/2021, 1:06 pm

    Anyone know where the now reclusive Flannery is? I’d like to grab this FW and grind his face into my saturated paddocks, read swamps, here in the Southern Tablelands. He needs to be thrown over the top of Warragamba with a parachute for when he lands on the dry dam bed!
    Why has this Public Charlatan not been charged?

  • Sir Peter 18/10/2021, 1:18 pm

    Joe Biden the paedophile


  • DT 18/10/2021, 2:01 pm

    The Dogs Might Bark But The Caravan Moves On

    And so it has been with the qualified to be climate sceptics who have pointed out time and time again that the IPCC climate change modelling is a hoax and so is their global warming modelling, creative accounting to present what they want presented to scare people into cooperating.

    Consider Geologist Professor Bob Carter (now deceased), he was dismissed by the University of New South Wales and so was his colleague visiting UNSW from the UK, they dared to speak the truth, climate changes naturally, there have been many warmer than present day periods in the past, and very cold periods called ice ages and mini ice ages. Sensible people realise that warm or hot is far better for life on Earth than colder.

    Geologist Professor Ian Plimer who is professor emeritus of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne is another who refuses to be silenced and he has scientists world wide who agree with his facts, they are Earth Cycles information.

    It is disgraceful that many or most of our elected representatives, elected to look after our nation or state and in our best interests, are prepared to accept and promote the UN treaties and agreements, and the IPCC climate hoax, at our expense lining the pockets of crony capitalists to achieve a reduction of the 1.3% of global emissions from Australia. China by comparison puts out 30% of global emissions and increasing.

    Australia exceeded the IPCC Kyoto Agreement emissions reduction targets and is one of the very few UN member nations that signed the Agreement that has done. But not good enough, the credits Australia has earned from exceeding targets is being blocked from offsetting Paris emissions target, noting that most member nations are not on track to achieve their target.

    The Glasgow Conference, hundreds of jet aircraft carrying leaders and delegates on a return home trip, EVs supplied to drive them around in Glasgow recharged using hired diesel generator sets. What happened to video conferences?

    It’s intolerable, I cannot recall a time in my working life when politicians worked to rob the people through rising cost of living and reducing national; economic prosperity denying us mining rights and earnings, etc.

    Worse, we all know its pushed by the non-government organisation grandly named World Economic Forum, just another of the leftists organisation created to deceive the people.

  • DT 18/10/2021, 3:10 pm

    From WUWT

    The UK has a population of 67 million and 39 million middle class, powered by :
    3 coal fired power stations (soon to be 1 and then none)
    32 gas fired power stations
    8 nuclear power stations
    ..and some renewables.
    + 16% of power from France, Holland and Belgium

    China has a population is 1,400 million (1.4 billion) and 880 million middle class, powered by:
    1082 coal fired power stations (200+ planned),
    50 nuclear power stations
    and a lot of hydro and some renewables.

    The talk of the UK exporting CO2 is meaningless because it is always stated without context or scale. The UK’s 39 million middle class is dwarfed by not only China’s massive soon to be 1,000 million middle class but also India’s 300 million middle class, as well as the enormous differences in power generation.

  • DT 18/10/2021, 4:07 pm

    Monday 18 October 2021

    NSW highest population State.

    Fully Vaccinated 80.8% of eligible population

    Single or double 92.2% of eligible population

    Victoria is not too far behind New South Wales.

    Low population and/or remote areas with lower vaccination take up are really not comparable when discussing employment opportunities and over all of Australia the minority still undecided or refusing to be vaccinated.

    Importing workers is not new, it’s been happening for decades including back packer labour. Mainly because too many Australians prefer welfare to work.

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 19/10/2021, 8:08 am

    Mainly because too many Australians prefer welfare to work. You got that right DT and as much as we wish that welfare be cut right back it won’t happen for too many public servants are employed in the welfare industry.

  • Aktosplatz 19/10/2021, 8:30 am

    There used to be a law in the UK called the Trade Descriptions Act. It stipulated (roughly) that you have to be and perform according to what you say you are and do.

    Our two main political parties would absolutely fail that test because both parties are not what they claim to be. Labor no longer represents the working class, and the LNP don’t represent small business and the farming community anymore. This is the basic flaw in our current political party system.

    Accordingly I suggest that the Labor Party be renamed the ‘Globalist,Lawyers, and Union Hacks Party’.

    The LNP be renamed the ‘Globalist, Lawyers, and Bankers /Investment Party’.

    And as you can see both parties are very similar, and I can verify that both are living up to these names in spades.

  • Albert 19/10/2021, 8:45 am

    Yesterday some gormless journalist wrote that 2020 was the warmest year on record. That would only be the case if you followed the IPCC methods of measuring temperature. However, you only have to use real temperature recording methods, that have been abandoned by BOM in favour of ‘computer modelling’, and look back just three years from 2020 to find that 2017 was actually warmer by a long shot.

  • Sir Peter 19/10/2021, 8:58 am

    It would be interesting to see a list of investments held by all our pollies and the union thugs running our trillion dollar super industry


    • Cliff 19/10/2021, 11:29 am

      And even moreso, their family members.

  • DT 19/10/2021, 1:04 pm

    Forget the debate and arguments on climate change, it’s natural Earth Cycles.

    But everybody should know this …

    06:43 PM ET 02/10/2015
    Economic Systems: The alarmists keep telling us their concern about global warming is all about man’s stewardship of the environment. But we know that’s not true. A United Nations official has now confirmed this.

    At a news conference last week in Brussels, Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of U.N.’s Framework Convention on Climate Change, admitted that the goal of environmental activists is not to save the world from ecological calamity but to destroy capitalism.

    “This is the first time in the history of mankind that we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time, to change the economic development model that has been reigning for at least 150 years, since the Industrial Revolution,” she said.

    Referring to a new international treaty environmentalists hope will be adopted at the Paris climate change conference later this year, she added: “This is probably the most difficult task we have ever given ourselves, which is to intentionally transform the economic development model for the first time in human history.”

    The only economic model in the last 150 years that has ever worked at all is capitalism. The evidence is prima facie: From a feudal order that lasted a thousand years, produced zero growth and kept workdays long and lifespans short, the countries that have embraced free-market capitalism have enjoyed a system in which output has increased 70-fold, work days have been halved and lifespans doubled.

    Figueres is perhaps the perfect person for the job of transforming “the economic development model” because she’s really never seen it work. “If you look at Ms. Figueres’ Wikipedia page,” notes Cato economist Dan Mitchell: Making the world look at their right hand while they choke developed economies with their left.

    • John 20/10/2021, 6:59 am

      “At a news conference last week in Brussels, Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of U.N.’s Framework Convention on Climate Change, admitted that the goal of environmental activists is not to save the world from ecological calamity but to destroy capitalism”.
      You are absolutely correct DT and she has said that before on many occasions as has Guterres. If I recall correctly I heard her first say it ~2 years ago. You would think that would be the death knell of the UN but it is not, it is totally ignored by every media outlet. Lying by omission.
      Reminds me of “The Outer Limits” TV show from 60,s. “Do not adjust your set, we control the horizontal, we control the vertical”. And in this case they do.

      Get that Dettol out God.

      • DT 20/10/2021, 12:32 pm

        Make of it what you will but when I discovered the above admission, and soon discovered that other UN Officials at various times had made similar comments, I started posting it at many websites. Strangely not many people responded.

        I emailed it to some MPs and not one commented, replies were the usual acknowledgement of email only.

        As I continue to repeat the UN was hijacked by the “globalist communists” soon after establishment, the following use of treaties and agreements signed between the UN and member nations are thousands but not all of them are unreasonable, maybe they were used to muddy the waters? But the 1975 Lima Protocol/Agreement that most manufacturing industry be encouraged to move to developing nations, China is still one of them today, including know-how being provided, effectively limited future economic growth in developed nations. POTUS Trump pointed it out many times.

        Then included in the others is UN Agenda 21 – Sustainability. Example State Forests and lands converted into UN registered National Parks where no new dams are permitted, no mining, no extraction of oil and gas reserves, no logging, no just about everything related to valuable resources that provide wealth for the nation. Marine Parks and bans on commercial fishing, trawler licences purchased by the Federal Labor Government and Fishing Coops closed down and seafood imports increased.

        So 1975 then around 1990 and just over ten years later the Kyoto Agreement to lower emissions followed by the Paris Agreement in 2015/16 to lower emissions and the first discussions on net zero emissions to follow.

        No referendums to ask us if we supported these decisions made by our Federal and State governments and supported by State Government controlled Councils.

        Where was the Union Movement while these were signed by Labor Governments, why were they not concerned about the loss of member’s jobs? Where were the businesses complaining about the locking up of valuable resources? Where were the majority of politicians who should have been representing us as they were elected to do?

  • God58 19/10/2021, 10:21 pm

    Is it wrong to enjoy the thought of playing dettol in a world of germs? I now have wonderful retirement plans.

  • God58 20/10/2021, 12:30 am

    I see that fat, communist WA Greens senator in the wheelchair has called for our defence budget to be halved. Someone should push him into the Swan River at low tide and leave him there.

    • John 20/10/2021, 7:12 am

      Look at sewerage, turds float to the top. Nah, the sod would be back on the beach next day. There was a name for such things ( Bondi Mullet or something like that) at Bondi where the sewerage used to be just around the corner from the headland Ben Buckler.

  • John 20/10/2021, 7:10 am

    Look at sewerage, turds float to the top. Nah, the sod would be back on the beach next day. There was a name for such things ( Bondi Mullet or something like that) at Bondi where the sewerage used to be just around the corner from the headland Ben Buckler.

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 20/10/2021, 12:50 pm

    Morrison et al are talking of the THIRD jab to keep people safe!!!

    Know one case where an 80 year old lady who has dementia and will toddle off sooner rather than later because she had a fall and broke her hip, is not allowed into some kind of respite until she has had the so called vaccine (Qld Govt Health rules apparently) and that is the height of stupidity and absolute cruelty to do something like that to an old lady for in her weakened state the needle will probably finish her off a bit faster.

    • DT 21/10/2021, 12:26 pm

      As we know, the original COVID-19 coronavirus has already mutated into new strains, in Australia so far we have had Delta strain but there are a couple of others that we have avoided to date.

      COVID-19 is not Influenza however as an example that virus also develops into new strains and it has long been recommended that we obtain a booster vaccination every year, and that is modified for the new strain detected.

      It was important with the COVID-19 that we were vaccinated twice, in the example of the very successful Oxford-Astra Zeneca developed vaccination first used in December 2o2o in the UK a second was recommended and now a year later (soon will be) there will be a 2022 vaccination.

      The vaccination does not provide immunity, the seasonal flu vaccination does not provide immunity, in both cases vaccinated people can carry the virus and pass it on and even suffer mild symptoms themselves, but without vaccination they risk seriously bad influenza or COVID-19 and the risks.

      While I was caring for a friend who had lung cancer (never smoked) from 2018 to early 2020 when she died I was told by my GP to have influenza and pneumonia vaccines to protect both the patient and myself. She was having chemo and immunotherapy.

  • God58 20/10/2021, 3:02 pm

    On a scale of 1 to 10 (10 being the worst , what kind of deadshit, communist traitor is Daniel Andrews and why hasn’t he been pushed up against a wall and shot by an army firing squad yet?

  • Sir Peter 20/10/2021, 9:45 pm

    In a land with 200 million guns, why is this disgusting piece of shite still alive?

    • God58 21/10/2021, 1:08 am

      To add to SP’s legitimate concerns here’s an updated photo and more info on the vermine in question. https://celebpie.com/richard-levine/
      The human gene pool is in dire need of chlorine.

    • PW 21/10/2021, 6:07 am

      Agree, another dicked-up lesbian on the prowl through the girls change rooms. Its a man in female attire!

      • Sir Peter 21/10/2021, 11:16 am

        No, PW. Trans GENDER is garbage. Trans SEX is an actual medical term. But it is true that the communist scum deliberately mix “ sex” and “gender’ to deceive us.

    • Sir Peter 21/10/2021, 7:43 am

      There is a tiny percentage of the population born with confused plumbing. The correct term for them is “trans sex”. Surgeons and psychologists recommend which gender the poor child would best be assigned. Often hormones are used to reinforce this, and surgery can alter the urogenital tract as well.

      There is now an increasing number of people, with no genetic aberrations at all, who want to “identify” as the opposite sex. They call themselves “trans gender” They are either insane, attention seekers or cheats. That’s it.

      If a genetic male has hormone treatment he is still a man – a man on drugs. If a genetic male has so-called sex change surgery he is still a man – a mutilated man. That’s it

      If I really believe I am a porpoise, should the taxpayer give me surgery to turn my limbs into fins? Or should they send me a psychiatrist?

      • PW 21/10/2021, 8:37 am

        Sorry Sir P, but the correct term is hermaphrodite. Trans is woke garbage.

    • John 21/10/2021, 2:05 pm

      And as a Doctor it spends most of it`s time treating children.
      Isn`t the first principle of medicine ” Do no harm”?. The thing would not get within cooee of my Kids or Grandkids.

  • God58 21/10/2021, 8:47 am

    A more suitable term for trans should be deceased. We put down sick animals out of compassion and keep genetics strong.

  • PW 21/10/2021, 10:30 am

    Dailymail: “Jamie Lee Curtis, 62, revealed this summer that her daughter, who formerly went by Thomas, is trans and now goes by Ruby.”

    I’m really lost now, so this daughter was named Thomas and now sports a mangy beard prefers to be called Ruby?

    • DT 21/10/2021, 12:18 pm

      Better than being called a rough diamond.

  • DT 21/10/2021, 12:35 pm

    It intrigues me that whenever I post detailed background history information about the UN and how nations have been gradually entrapped by treaties and agreements that few people reply.

    No wonder the globalists have succeeded in imposing their agendas for seventy plus years, and politicians feel no threat from voters as they cooperate.

    Well I have sent many letters and emails because I understand that the louder the noise is the more attention is paid to it. Unfortunately much more noise was needed beginning long ago.

  • DT 21/10/2021, 12:38 pm

    Andrew Bolt commented about “Twiggy” Forest’s latest spin that nuclear could lead to nuclear weapons, he does not support nuclear power stations. Off course he doesn’t, after mining and agriculture he invests in renewable subsidised energy businesses.

    So what about iron ore mining and export, China is a huge customer for iron ore. Does it not get processed and used to produce weapons and other military war tools?

    • aktosplatz 21/10/2021, 1:39 pm

      Agree with you, DT. Lung cancer is treated by nuclear medical devices in hospitals. I haven’t seen an increase in nuclear weaponry (here)as a result.

      • DT 22/10/2021, 1:52 pm

        When the Australian Atomic Energy Commission was operating and handled sales of radio isotopes produced at the Lucas Heights reactor in Southern Sydney I was involved in ordering and exporting radio isotopes for medical and commercial applications.

        That reactor was exempted from the parliamentary legislation ban on nuclear energy during the Howard Government terms 1996-2007, at that time the Lucas Heights reactor had been operating safely since the early 1950s.

        Twiggy is a typical wealthy investor who dreams up stories crafted to serve his best interests in wealth creation activities.

    • Sir Peter 21/10/2021, 6:02 pm

      I worked for years as an economist in the ‘third world’ (3W). In explaining the backwardness of these, the leftist writers frequently used the term ‘comprador capitalist’ – meaning local businessmen who sided with the dreaded capitalists in the ‘first world’ (1W) to ‘exploit’ the 3W. This had some truth to it, although with limited explanatory power, as it is basically just a restatement of marxian class theory.

      However I think we could well adapt the term to the Australian scene. In the classic 3W example the traitor is enabling a rich country to exploit a poor one, and the comprador creams off the cash flow, and slows down the growth.

      Twiggy the traitor on the other hand is helping a POOR country exploit a rich one, and speeds up our descent into a 3W economy to enrich himself.

      Twiggy Forest is basically a traitor who has partnered with our mortal enemy He is a disgusting piece of garbage and ought to face the normal fate of traitors

  • DT 21/10/2021, 3:38 pm
  • Sir Peter 21/10/2021, 6:07 pm

    Ain’t multiculturism great. Let’s import some of these


    I can predict the colour of the onlookers, too

  • God58 21/10/2021, 8:56 pm

    I’m guessing the onlookers would have been participants if their stations weren’t coming up soon. Hey what about the poof US politician Buttigieg and his sodomist mate/husband adopting a young baby male ‘son’. Given their ‘normal’ depravity one hopes they aren’t pedophiles given no genetic link to the youngster. Maybe that wouldn’t matter as they cleaned pooey nappies and their undies.

    • Sir Peter 21/10/2021, 9:21 pm

      Starting the grooming early. Most arse bandits are rock spiders

  • Paul Revere 22/10/2021, 9:19 am

    In the USA it becomes clearer every day that the Civil War 2.0 currently being waged will have to go hot. Armed insurrection is their only hope


  • Botswana O'Hooligan 22/10/2021, 9:53 am


    An extremely good article in Quadrant by Augusto Zimmermann reinforcing the opinion some of us have about the present situation as a rerun of Nazism.

    • Sir Peter 22/10/2021, 11:25 am

      Every month I look forward to another brilliant article by Prof Zimmermann in Quadrant. This has to be one of the very best. It should be compulsory reading.

      PLEASE. Every reader here, text the link to everybody you know, and ask them to do the same. SMS is the new samizdat

  • DT 22/10/2021, 2:12 pm

    I never try to hide my political preference for the conservative side, Liberals and Nationals, but that is mostly because of what the Labor with Greens represent, Communism as exposed when the 1950s split took place from the ALP to form the Democratic Labor Party (DLP) and even earlier when Unions sabotaged the ADF at times of war, even the opposition to uranium mining and nuclear energy is the far left trying to help their comrades globally.

    Of course not all ALP MPs are far left, but the Greens are all far left, and inside the LNP becoming obvious from the late 1990s there are LINO leftists and NINO leftists. But the LINO and NINO are not as dangerous as the far leftists are. Unfortunately dangerous by degrees is still dangerous. Meaning to sovereignty of our nation and related open door welcoming of fellow travellers who seek to exploit us and our nation.

    This COP26 unfolding debacle is worthy of being called Vaudeville (comedy show) as Labor PM Keating often described such nonsense, transparent fools.

    Now many nation leaders are pulling out, they will not attend the Glasgow Conference and commit to economic suicide. It is upsetting that developing nation’s leaders care more about future prosperity for their people than the leaders of the wealthy developed nations appear to be.

    Energy is vital for lifestyle, industry and prosperity, coal and gas are the most cost effective fuels for generating essential baseload with provision to increase output for peak demand periods.

    The ridiculous excuse that renewables are getting cheaper should be laughed at. Consider the big picture;

    * Vast areas of land needed for wind and solar installations, and backup.
    * More land needed for feeder transmission lines to main grid.
    * Intermittent and therefore unreliable electricity supply resulting.
    * Baseload generators penalised by the need to adjust output to fit in.
    * Subsidies paid to boost profitability of renewables at taxpayer’s cost.
    * Electricity pricing much higher than it would have been if the working power stations had been retained and maintained.

    And now the UN IPCC is again wanting carbon tax and/or an emissions trading scheme claimed to be necessary to push the renewables transition.

    Remember how electricity pricing increased soon after the Gillard Labor 10% carbon tax, plus 10% GST? And that 10% was remitted to the UN IPCC from Australia and they want much more share. Money, money, money from wealthy developed nations to unelected foreign controllers.

    It is good that the Nationals are resisting net zero emissions and related impositions, but put into perspective, the Liberals and Nationals warned the cost was unaffordable at the 2019 Federal Election when Labor Greens proposed it. At that time the Business Council of Australia agreed but now they have modelling to sell the plan offering GDP economic growth and new jobs …. BS.

    I have no idea where to go, it’s seventy years of most voters asleep that got us to this point.

    • Ian_A 27/10/2021, 5:48 am

      The only realistic way forward in this scenario is nuclear. Solar panels might be ok for domestic consumption but won’t drive industry.

  • DT 22/10/2021, 7:44 pm

    Part of the RAAF fleet of aircraft and submarine hunter killer, and much more.


  • DT 22/10/2021, 7:45 pm

    Going Nuclear

    Sky News

    8 pm next Monday evening.

  • DT 22/10/2021, 8:07 pm



    Australia has one of the world’s leading nuclear training facilities, read all about it.

    And also note that the RAN has personnel who have trained on board UK and US nuclear vessels including submarines.


    Check all the information and for example;


  • God58 22/10/2021, 8:28 pm

    Thanks DT for your considerable input to subjects raised in this forum. Knowledge is power and you certainly fill in many gaps and allow measured analysis by the many switched on readers and contributors here.

  • Ian_A 23/10/2021, 12:19 pm

    I see on ABC online today, an article whose hook paragraph informs me that if I stop mowing my lawn with the Victa, I could make, quote unquote, a “drastic difference” to climate change. Fancy that aye, a “drastic difference”. I’d like to think, that simple action by me might cut world carbon emissions by, oh, I don’t know … half, maybe. I mean, that would be a “drastic” difference.

    • Sir Peter 23/10/2021, 9:40 pm

      The immediate liquidation of all ABC staff would work even better

      • PW 24/10/2021, 6:24 am

        I pray for that every day SP.

  • Ian_A 23/10/2021, 12:30 pm

    The other wonderful thing I educated myself with from ABC online today, is that if I were to entertain the idea that Australian governments have had an authoritarian streak stretching back “decades”, relevant to understanding Australian government responses to Covid 19 for instance, apparently I’m a nutjob who believes in “conspiracy theories”. Ho ho ho, the smarty pants reporters at the ABC all went to uni and got arts degrees, so their ideas are always, always, right. Idiots like me who only have a PhD just don’t cut it against a cadet journalist with an arts bachelor from Deakin.

    But more seriously, this seems to be the ABC trying out their latest political slur — if you don’t agree with the ABC version of Australian history, you’re a conspiracy theorist.

  • Aktosplatz 23/10/2021, 4:46 pm
    • Sir Peter 23/10/2021, 9:42 pm

      Sorry Alec you pointed it 180 degrees arse backwards

      • God58 24/10/2021, 7:36 am

        Communist pin up Baldwin simply did to Ms Hutchins what his Democrats and Biden have done to the USA. A true, white, Hollywood traitor if ever there was one.

      • Sir Peter 24/10/2021, 9:29 am

        However tests reveal the woman died of covid

  • PW 24/10/2021, 11:35 am

    A beautifully written article about Wokeism in Britain, but it reflects the world wide.


  • God58 25/10/2021, 9:40 am
    • Pensioner Pete 25/10/2021, 12:39 pm

      Not bad God58, not bad at all, and so bloody accurate.

  • Ian_A 25/10/2021, 6:45 pm

    For those who briefly heard the Somali cop Mohammed Noor, who shot the Australian woman Justine Damond in Minneapolis, and also who wonder how it was that Derek Chavin was convicted of murder instead of manslaughter, an interesting article that answers these legal points of Minnesota law — the weird and unusual felony murder doctrine — in Reason, here:

  • Ian_A 25/10/2021, 6:49 pm

    [Edit: What the hell — this was supposed to go under PW’s link above to the article about Wokeism in Britain, in the Daily Mail.]

    Good link PW. I read elsewhere that the author Julie Burchill was some years ago a firebrand feminist. But wokeism has had the odd effect of making good friends of old enemies. I quite enjoy her articles in Unherd, she certainly sticks it to the transgender ideologists.

    • PW 26/10/2021, 6:18 am

      Ian, sadly I believe there needs to be more community pressure placed on these law makers however that can also have dire effects as seen where the mob rule and excuse for arson and looting took the place of jurors.
      Will we ever have decent laws?

  • DT 26/10/2021, 12:34 pm

    2GB Radio

    Ben Fordham has highlighted a Labor Senator’s hypocrisy ahead of the climate change summit.

    Senator Penny Wong was incredulous to learn Scott Morrison will be accompanied by 10 staff members to the United Nations Climate Change conference in Glasgow.

    “But I think Penny Wong may be having a bit of a memory blank,” Ben said.

    In 2009, Kevin Rudd attended the same conference in Copenhagen with a group of 60 people.

    “And you’ll never guess who else was there with Kevin Rudd? His Climate Change Minister Penny Wong.”

    • DT 26/10/2021, 1:40 pm

      The greenhouse gas emissions of delegates flying to Copenhagen has worried the Danish organisers – and Australians are amongst the worst offenders because it’s such a long flight.

      The return journey is at least 40 hours in the air.

      Denmark has vowed to neutralise all emissions from delegates’ flights by funding new brick factories in Bangladesh to replace old, heavy-polluting ones.

      A total of 30,100 delegates will attend the 11-day conference at Copenhagen’s Bella Centre, which has a capacity of 15,000.

      There are 3000 journalists, 22,000 observers (including lobby groups and activists), and 8000 delegates representing countries.

      The Age

      • Ian_A 26/10/2021, 4:49 pm

        They’ll need a eff of a lot of woke bricks to cover the carbon emissions of international flights for 33000 people. But the real story is, they believe *their* flights are justified, while international travel for we non-elites should be banned.

    • PW 26/10/2021, 2:04 pm

      What would you expect from some dolt that doesn’t know if its Arthur or Martha?
      You can expect though that that will be on Media Watch…

  • DT 26/10/2021, 1:48 pm

    Future Fund established by the Howard Government, Treasurer Costello.

    Rudd Labor were the first government to benefit as public service retirement funding transferred from financial year budget expenditure to Future Fund earnings. That removed a large funding liability from Federal Budgets.

    The original investment was $60 billion and is now $200 billion left after meeting fund commitments for about fifteen years. The earnings on investments have been better than most private sector investment funds.

    Here is more information;


  • Sir Peter 26/10/2021, 5:52 pm

    Many many times I have advocated for a massive purge of government.
    Here is a classic example. HUNDREDS of commie arseholes at the govt teat.



    NEVER EVER vote Labor!!

    • Pensioner Pete 27/10/2021, 7:28 am

      SP: The only way this could happen is via a full scale revolution, which, is highly unlikely in this nation of ‘disarmed’ citizens.

      Best we all direct our votes to those candidates who declare they are for us and not for the UN New World Order.

  • Ian_A 27/10/2021, 5:43 am

    Brexit champion Nigel Farage has declared that teaching Critical Race Theory-style concepts such as ‘white privilege’ in schools is part of a Marxist attempt to make white people hate their country, their history, and themselves.


  • Ian_A 27/10/2021, 10:08 am

    Torres Strait islanders decide to get their extra cut too. Their plan is to sue the Aust govt over climate change.

    “On their low-lying islands, between the mainland and Papua New Guinea, sea levels have been rising due to global warming, and salt water has already infected many of the gardens which were once abundant food sources.” And not only that, they’re gonna lose their *culture*, coz of bad white people.

    What’s weird is, my wife’s island about 600km east of there shows no signs of sea level rise at all. Isn’t climate amazing, how sea level rise can occur in one jurisdiction but not the neighbouring? I’ll bet in Torres Strait, the water level on one side of a bucket is higher than the other.

    • Botswana O'Hooligan 27/10/2021, 10:34 am

      Not a well known phenomenon Ian A and only occurs in Torres Strait. The very obvious place to see it before your very eyes is on Saibai for it was going down the gurgler in WW2 or thereabouts so most of the population was evacuated to Bamaga. Those who remained there haven’t sunk, haven’t gone down the gurgler, have a modern aerodrome, free public telephones, and a view of a crashed aeroplane’s blue painted prop tip in the small strait between Saibai and Kagmau islet that “went in” during WW2. The Prop tip painted blue is visible at low tide and I first saw it in the sixties and I last saw it a bit over five years ago before I retired, a span of over forty years. So much for rising sea levels, and as an aside all the years I flew into Nauru and the Marshalls saw them still there and still well above the rising seas.

      • Pensioner Pete 27/10/2021, 1:11 pm

        Saibai Island has issues since the day dot. Every king tide, part of the island is inundated with the sea for the period of the king tide, then the yelling out to the gubbermint for ‘funding’ to fix global warming which is causing the seas to rise, only in the Torres Straits and selected Pacific Islands it seems – flying in the face of the laws of gravity and physics and you know, all that stuff called, ‘actual science’.

        The Solomon Islands made similar claims, however, after volcanic eruptions a few years ago, some islands in the Solomon’s actually rose several metres above the ocean.

  • PW 27/10/2021, 4:20 pm

    Life would die if we had an ice age. Global warming has so many pluses. More food crops and heat creates evaporation of the oceans. This gives us more rainfall so wtf does this crap about rising sea levels come from?

  • God58 27/10/2021, 7:30 pm

    Rising sea levels seem to be affecting pacific nations with corrupt leaders who want to milk taxpayer’s billions from other countries. And an unrelated prediction. Cleo Smith’s parents are up to their eyeballs in her disappearance. I’ll await the pile on.

    • Neville 28/10/2021, 10:35 am

      Cleo Smith: I’ve pondered that myself, G58.

  • PW 28/10/2021, 10:27 am

    I see the QR Code has been absolutely useless. You scan time in and time out and its ‘recorded’ your mobile number to alert you if a covid case was at that premise during that time. Bullshit, it never did this once. So can companies, supermarkets etc be able to sue NSW Government for the mandatory employment of security who policed this useless/pointless “idea”?
    The minister needs sacking!

    • Neville 28/10/2021, 10:37 am

      And I’ve heard it’s illegal anyway, apparently under the Privacy Act.
      Any out there know any more about this?

      • Botswana O'Hooligan 28/10/2021, 3:25 pm

        Probably as legal as the politicians and the health people ignoring the constitution and the Nuremburg convention but when someone has tried to force me to sign in I take my business elsewhere. It’s amazing to watch people slavishly waving their phones at shopfronts when there hasn’t ever been a case in this part of the country. I found a brand new phone someone left in a shopping trolley this morning and scrolled through numbers on it looking to see if I could find an address to return the thing but all I could find were places that the owner had checked in at, Coles was one of them so I handed it in there.

      • God58 28/10/2021, 4:07 pm

        I’m guessing it’s as legal as taking a baseball bat to most of the communist State Premiers which would at least have desirable outcomes.

    • Neville 29/10/2021, 7:24 pm

      I heard elsewhere that Section 94H of the Privacy Act has a lot to say about QR codes and COVID.

  • Cliff 28/10/2021, 4:39 pm

    Some images here of the major damage suffered by the USS Connecticut in the as yet unexplained underwater collision in the South China Sae on Oct 2nd.


    Interesting that the commentator says that the captain has not be relieved of his command – (an almost automatic action by the USN top brass if he’d hit a natural obstacle attached to the sea bottom). And looking at the extent of the damage, if the object they hit was man made, it’s highly doubtful it wasn’t equally if not more heavily damaged – perhaps to the point of being lost.

  • God58 28/10/2021, 6:15 pm

    Well that was short lived. No wonder real people couldn’t give a rat’s arse about cricket. De Kock has shown he is a spineless money loving pr**k and will now take a knee to support BLM terrorists. A complete kock head like all the other gutless, overpaid wankers.

  • Aktosplatz 29/10/2021, 9:58 am

    Good article in Quadrant about Morrison, and why he will lose next year’s election, confirming what we’ve all been saying.


  • Botswana O'Hooligan 29/10/2021, 1:15 pm

    The Ivory Coast and the Congo are each sending 300 delegates to the Glasgow climate conference.

    • God58 29/10/2021, 1:42 pm

      Yes Bots. When word gets out about a multi billion dollar swindle from gullible and corrupt politicians you can never have enough representatives with their hands in other’s pockets. Glasgow will be awash with deadshit country parasites and sadly no Ivermectin to kill them.

      • Sir Peter 29/10/2021, 1:48 pm

        Try lead

    • DT 29/10/2021, 1:45 pm

      Some would be UN Officials from those countries who are the numbers needed to put developed nations into their place at UN meetings.

      And recipients of money taken, redistribution.

      • PW 29/10/2021, 4:09 pm

        Yes DT that’s why I despise the UN. Time for genuine Western Nations to form their own alliance and ditch the corrupt UN. Perhaps one goal could be a few dollars to the ‘developing nations” to reduce their populations. I originally thought through education but who cares now how they do it!

  • DT 29/10/2021, 1:43 pm

    Jeff Labute
    October 28, 2021 3:11 pm
    There is a Carbon Capture plant planned for a town called Merritt in BC Canada. Carbon Engineering intends to create 35,200 tonnes of Hydrogen using electrolysis (BC Hydro). They will also Capture 250,000 tonnes of CO2, and create 103M liters of low carbon fuel annually.

    What they don’t tell are details such as it requires 48kWh to make 1 Kg of Hydrogen, and 35,200,000 Kg of hydrogen would require 1,689.6 GWH of energy. This does NOT include the CO2 capture and all the other processing the plant would do.

    1,689.6 GWH plus ~800GWH for carbon capture is like 1/2 of the new Site-C dam capacity of 5100 GWH. It is enormous! The dam not yet finished and so far costs 16 billion dollars. You might as well consider 1/2 the cost of the dam in the cost of the Merritt plant.

    Carbon Engineering states their plant requires 315MW. So it really adds up to half of the Site-C dam.

    Will this new hydrogen economy interfere with the delivery of relatively cheap energy for average people?


    WattsUpWithThat website

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 29/10/2021, 2:18 pm

    Just back of the envelope stuff but close enough. Unless our marketing man and his hangers on go the great circle route to Glasgow over China and Russia etc. a distance of 9400 nm they are going to go the other way and take about twenty two flying hours and if they use the Govt. 737 runabout it burns about 2.5 tons and hour on a good day so that’s a fuel burn of 55 tons each way, probably 60 tons each way. About five years ago when I retired Jet A1 cost about $1200 a ton so the cost of fuel each way works out at 72K or 144 K all up, maybe less if no tax is levied, and we taxpayers foot the bloody bill.

    • DT 29/10/2021, 3:33 pm

      The RAAF VIP Fleet now includes two Airbus A320 aircraft with multiple role configurations including VIP transport. The PM is travelling one one of them on very long distance overseas trips, they have far greater range than the long range Boeing 737 executive jets that fly further than a standard passenger 737.

      I understand the A320 has air to air refuelling crew on board in addition to long range tanks on board.

      There are several other A320 aircraft flying with the RAAF and configured for air to air refuelling and/or passenger and cargo loads.

      All developed nations have VIP aircraft at taxpayer’s expense, governments have no other source of money apart from debt.

      • Botswana O'Hooligan 29/10/2021, 4:26 pm

        A-330’s DT they bare sort of Combi’s and can carry about 100 tons of fuel for refuelling F-18’s etc. can haul VIP’s or troops. We used to call them hangar queens for they spent a lot of time sitting in the hangar whilst the engineering department ran around and up and down the chain of command to either follow an AD (airworthy directive) from Airbus or argue about it for days or weeks. Qantas and Virgin would shove theirs in the hangar, follow the AD and have the things back on the line next morning. One of my kids drove one for Virgin until they sat the widebodies on the ground due this fiasco and dismissed he and his mates with no offer to revert back to 737’s. He had 19 years of service with them as did some of his mates, so much for Virgin being loyal to their staff.

  • DT 29/10/2021, 3:11 pm

    Submarines – the RAN Collins Class submarine remains a world’s best capability design today, it was Swedish designed and customised for the RAN and Sweden now has a new Gotland Class version that could be used as the basis for upgrading the six RAN Collins Class vessels;


    • DT 29/10/2021, 7:51 pm

      Extract from the above link;

      Building on this tradition, the Swedish-designed Collins Class is at the larger end of the non-nuclear submarine spectrum. They are often at sea for more than 50 days and operate well beyond Australia’s home waters.

      The upgrade is expected to reinforce this vital capability. While it is currently unconfirmed, Keough suggested that a renewal of the major propulsion equipment might be on the cards. This would include the diesel generators, and propulsive machinery.

      If Saab are involved, it could also leverage technologies developed for Sweden’s new A-26 class. Keough pointed out that the Collin’s Class is modular. Saab, with the Kockums linage, have extensive experience of cutting submarines in half and inserting new capabilities. They have done this on many classes in the past, most recently with Sweden’s Gotland Class.

      While Saab did not specify what new capabilities would be fitted, this implies that AIP (Air Independent Power) might be an option. Or if not, major new elements which require opening the hull. The Collins class is already large and any hull extension, perhaps for more missiles, would push it even further on the scales. But it is still much smaller than the expected nuclear submarines.

  • DT 30/10/2021, 12:04 pm

    The Weekend Australian Defence Review is a several page supplement and well worth reading, the spending on defence is increasing and the list of new assets is most impressive.

    Add the Quadrilateral Agreement and the new AUKUS Agreement and the combined military power is formidable. Then include other allies.

    And I heard later today that the RAN Sterling Submarine Base in WA is to be expanded and docking enlarged to accommodate visiting nuclear submarines from the UK and WA, one from the UK is there now.

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