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 Forum for Delcons and Deplorables # 66

aaaaaaaaForum for Delcons and Deplorables # 66


Previous comments: Updated: 18/11/21

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  • PW 18/11/2021, 4:53 pm

    Can someone fill me in on what State Governors are used for? What the hell is happening in Melbourne with ‘extremists’ of ALL political parties are asking for this slimy hatchling of Hitler to be tossed out. You don’t get this type of revolt if there’s just a small hick up. Get rid of the prick and replace him with next in line!

    • Pensioner Pete 18/11/2021, 6:50 pm

      PW. I can only believe the Governor position is purely ceremonial, for as sure as shootin’ the Governors will not act against the government, for it is the very same government which carefully chooses who is to be the Governor, and I have no doubts, like the appointment of judges, they must be favorable towards the government to even be considered for the position.

      Thus, nothing will come from any of the State Governors in blocking government overreach, ever.

      • Botswana O'Hooligan 18/11/2021, 8:56 pm

        PP mate, as I understand it the Governor of Victoriastan was emasculated (cut as we FNQ blokes would opine) some years ago and now he can only open fetes, wear fancy clothes, live in a fine house and get a handsome salary, all at taxpayers expense naturally. We are like wallaby Ted’s big brother PP, Roo Ted.

      • DT 20/11/2021, 1:28 pm

        What does a state governor do?
        7 minute read

        Mon 30 Apr 2018 by
        Campbell Rhodes
        democracy
        governor
        learning
        Every state has a governor representing the Crown, but what do they actually do? And who gets to be one? Each Australian state is a constitutional monarchy. Because they aren’t sovereign nations, they don’t have a head of state of their own, but the Queen is represented by a governor. States had governors when they were colonies, and every state had a governor long before they had a Premier or a state parliament. The first Governor of New South Wales, Arthur Phillip, landed with the First Fleet, and at the time had jurisdiction over a large portion of the continent, and New Zealand.

        What does a governor do?
        Unlike in America, where governors run their states, Australian governors hold a largely ceremonial position. Governors, and the Governor-General, are referred to as ‘viceregal’ positions. The word translates from Latin and French literally as ‘in place of the king’. Because they represent the Crown, governors formally appoint the state premier, and preside over the opening of each state parliament. State governors also issue the writs for state elections and, importantly, for the election of Senators from their state. They can refuse to call an election if there is cause to believe one isn’t necessary. During the 1980s this happened in both Queensland and Tasmania. Governors also sign legislation into law, giving ‘Royal Assent’, before it takes effect. State governors are also usually patrons of various state organisations and institutions.

        One interesting duty of state governors is the ‘dormant commission’ held by the most senior of them. The governor who has been in office the longest is the Acting Governor-General when that office falls vacant, or when the Governor-General is out of the country.

  • God58 18/11/2021, 11:27 pm

    In Qld the GG position is given to brain dead communists as reward for treating the public like dogs and having their heads immersed in the rectum of the premier.

    • Cliff 19/11/2021, 6:32 am

      Dr Young is just a ‘G’. Only the bloke/blokette who gets the Canberra gig rates the double bunger.

      Somehow I can’t see a lot of Queenslanders lining up to have her open their flower show.

      • God58 19/11/2021, 7:13 am

        Thanks Cliff. Got a little excited there and overG’ed. I doubt she’d have the ability to push shopping trolleys after her disasterous health career. Longer term she might be able to wear a Barry the Bin Chicken suit and be our Olympic mascot. Actually she wouldn’t need the suit.

  • PW 20/11/2021, 7:16 am

    Well after seeing that Victorian Animal Rights MP Andy Meddick its no wonder both his sprogs ended up as transgender. There he is proudly wearing his pretty little gold earings and a rainbow lanyard. Makes one wonder how they were brought up and what experimental guidance was dished out. The mother appears missing in action.

    • Albert 20/11/2021, 8:42 am

      Yep, he is really something else isn’t he. No wonder he supports Andrews.

  • Aktosplatz 21/11/2021, 9:47 am

    Prince Charles the Climate Change Liar and Hypocrite.

    These stories should always be publicised far and wide.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10222809/Charless-dirty-secret-Diesel-generators-power-winter-lights-display-Sandringham.html#comments

    • PW 21/11/2021, 11:53 am

      Yes name any of these fear mongers and follow their examples. Try speaking to any lefty about these claims and they are all in denial of the truth.
      I used to be a monachist up to a year ago, but these fools are doing a kamikaze. Like our pollies they believe the seized up lefties will vote for them. They’re losing out becaise of their appeasement.
      Of course he does run his Aston Martin on wasted red wine and he and others are more than likely recharging EVs via the diesel generators. Sounds good.

    • DT 21/11/2021, 12:23 pm

      “What do the simple folk do” – Camelot.

      And that just about sums it up, the better than us people follow different rules to the rules they demand that we follow.

  • DT 21/11/2021, 12:19 pm

    First and foremost I do not support any plan to achieve a ridiculous net zero emissions by any future date. I am also a climate sceptic and from research consider the IPCC climate campaigning to be a climate hoax and creatively and conveniently accounted warming trend modelling deception to fool people.

    I have followed the net zero emissions politics and became aware months ago, and I have posted about this before, that our PM committed to a “Plan” that said is “an aspirational goal” for net zero emissions by 2050 subject to research and development of new technology, if possible. That “Plan” includes “Future Fuels” that includes Electric Vehicles, Hybrids and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Hybrids, but the reasons are several including reducing Australia’s dependency on enormous imports of oil and liquid fuels for national security purposes and because inevitably the cost of liquid fossil fuels will rise in future decades. There will be no Federal Government ban on ICEV, free enterprise, free market choice will continue.

    Looking for evidence to support another reference I heard today on Outsiders, that Australia has signed up to net zero emissions, I sent an email and requested more information to support that alleged commitment.

    But I found various references and this quote from ABC News online was useful;

    “Australia has finally joined much of the world in setting an official date to reach net zero carbon emissions.

    Prime Minister Scott Morrison has committed the country to become carbon-neutral by 2050, a target already adopted by most nations heading to next week’s COP26 international climate conference.

    Australia will now have to find a way to eliminate its carbon dioxide emissions, or remove an amount equivalent to what it produces, in the next three decades.

    But while the government has made an “official” commitment, the new net zero target won’t be enshrined in legislation.”

    Won’t be enshrined in legislation.

    No agreement was signed at COP26 but agreements were signed in 2016 following Paris Conference to meet the agreed target by 2030 and the PM has repeated several times that Paris Agreement remains the focus today.

    ABC in particular has a long history record of misleading reporting as the above extract reveals.

  • DT 21/11/2021, 1:22 pm
  • DT 21/11/2021, 1:48 pm

    Wentworth Independents, the latest Group of Independents (not a party of course) backed by the usual suspects including the behind the scenes LINO left, in fact the Candidate for Wentworth in 2022 is a close family friend of a Mr & Mrs Turnbull of Wentworth Electorate.

    “Independent” MP Zali Steggall has been invited as a guest speaker for the Wentworth Candidate and check this out …

    “Wentworth Independents say they have raised over $300,000 even without announcing a candidate. The group has over 1000 supporters and interviewed about 20 potential candidates.

    Like other grassroots independent groups, they have received “funding-matching” support from Climate 200, the non-profit group led by clean energy analyst and investor Simon Holmes a Court.”

    Yes people, the renewable energy investors, also climate hoax supporters because it’s good for their business interests no doubt a compelling reason, are planning for 2022 campaigning.

  • luk1955 21/11/2021, 4:24 pm

    450,000 people march in Melbourne 20/11/2021.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iG_EknYj5go

    This is so uplifting to see. And very few snot rags marring people’s faces.

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 22/11/2021, 8:55 am

    Reminiscences of appendages.
    A whales appendage made a great scabbard for a rifle and were much sought after apparently for the idea was to make a wooden mock up rifle and dry the appendage out with the mock up in place. I tried in vain to get a sphincter of a whale from Tangalooma as a gift for MIL as a choker, those fancy things film starts wore around their necks, intended to fill the interior with alum, decorate the surrounds with those paste diamonds and when she wore it and perspired the alum would cause the affair to shrink and she would have a real choker. That old Sheila led a charmed life and toddled off peacefully thus leading one to believe that the grand architect has a warped sense of humour.

  • Spi 22/11/2021, 11:00 am

    This is the best footage I’ve seen of the rally in Melbourne on Saturday. Very encouraging! Let’s hope the politicians listen.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zB91GepJHxI
    [Thankyou! I have posted it, it’s the best yet!MM.Ed]

    • Jude 23/11/2021, 8:24 am

      This gave me goose-bumps, restored my faith. I marched for black rights in San Francisco in 1964 & against John Howard taking Australia to war in Iraq but nothing as powerful or awe-inspiring as this.

  • Ian_A 22/11/2021, 1:00 pm

    I wish that instead of schools teaching Bruce Pascoe’s racist diatribe against Aborigines (that they were like early Mesopotamian farmers, rather than having their own distinct culture), schools would teach what makes mainstream media and cultural institutions so susceptible to spreading hoaxes and misinformation.

    Here’s an excellent, sober, high-quality article from the Jewish conservative-leaning magazine Tablet, that forensically examines the timeline and motivations of the MSM in broadcasting that the lab-leak hypothesis was a racist rightwing conspiracy theory:

    https://www.tabletmag.com/sections/news/articles/lab-leak-fiasco

    Teach it to kids.

    • Sir Peter 22/11/2021, 3:20 pm

      Thanks Ian, Excellent article. I have now bookmarked this site

      • Ian_A 23/11/2021, 10:15 am

        I leave it on an open tab too, SP. Like a lot of my favourite ‘conservative thinkpiece’ online sites, it’s got its ups and downs. Weeks can go by without too much of interest, and then there’s something that blows your socks off. They’ve had some rippers over the couple of years I’ve followed them.

  • God58 22/11/2021, 2:58 pm

    A society with principles and sense of justice would have that lying wanker Pascoe frog marched out of his communist university and shot against a wall for treason against our country and academic abuse of children and retarded adults.

  • Albert 22/11/2021, 4:12 pm

    Let’s have a quick look at the leading lights in the Labor Party, both State and Federal, and their education achievements we must come to only one conclusion:
    Palaszczuk – Uni of Qld – BA Arts & Law
    Steven Miles – PhD Union Revival
    Daniel Andrews – BA Politics
    Anthony Albanese – Uni of Syd – Economics
    Richard Marles – Uni of Melb – BA Science & Law
    Jim Charmers – PhD Political Science
    Mark McGowan – Uni of Qld – BA Law
    That conclusion is that you should not ever confuse university education with intelligence.

  • God58 22/11/2021, 4:56 pm

    Agree Albert. I’m from a family of mostly university educated members and can honestly say that many free thinking achievers move away from the socialist bullshit at university. Most of the truely brainwashed socialist remain in academia and associated political and union cocoons as sheltered workshops. A collective educated retards club once feeding the Labor and Greens Parties but now also engulfing the Liberals and Nationals.

    • Ian_A 23/11/2021, 10:58 am

      My parents didn’t go to uni because in the 40s and 50s few did. I went to uni after Menzies had established mass universities and Dawkins made it free. Looking back, I’m embarrassed how sucked in I was to the prevailing campus leftism. All I can say is, that was (and is) the only show in town at the unis, if you want to be one of the cool kids (and are trying for the girls maybe, in truth). All I can say in my defence is that I was a callow youth lacking life experience. Over time, bit by bit I learned new perspectives. I think you’re right, the ones who don’t move on end up in government and university sinecures, where Peter-Pan youthful groupthink is prevalent. And if you don’t toe that line, you subtly but surely find out, despite your qualifications, doors are closed to you — or rather, you aren’t told about jobs on offer, because you don’t signal your virtue, or maybe made the noticed error of the occasional sardonic comment.

  • Sir Peter 22/11/2021, 5:01 pm

    Possibly the best summaries of the Rittenhouse case around….

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/ll8Y9ytIwjjd/

    AND

    https://americanmind.org/salvo/america-on-the-verge/

    • Ian_A 23/11/2021, 9:58 am

      Just read the American Mind article. Certainly a stirring piece, that really grasps the big picture. For those who are going to pass it over, here’s my precis of the best bits:

      “… the most widespread and destructive urban violence in 50 years was cheered on by the mainstream media, the Democratic Party, and activist groups funded by corporate America.

      “Billions were donated to racial justice causes in 2020 by the most powerful people and institutions in the country. U.S. embassies and federal agency headquarters unfurled Black Lives Matter flags as cities burned and Democratic politicos schemed to use the violence to help Joe Biden win the presidential election.

      “After Jacob Blake, the knife-wielding domestic abuser shot by police in Kenosha while trying to steal a vehicle filled with children, was hailed as the Second Coming of George Floyd by the corporate media, these same propagandists and protest organizers sprang into action.

      “After a summer of deadly riots, Biden told Americans that the police shooting of an armed kidnapper had brought the country to “an inflection point,” and that, “We must fight…” The people who craft such statements think very carefully about the words they choose. They knew what the words they chose would lead to. They wanted violence, and they got it.

      “Rioters swarmed from all over the region, even crossing state lines, to contribute to the chaos. A group called Riot Kitchen came in buses and minivans all the way from Seattle to provide food, drinks, helmets, fireworks, gasoline, and other supplies to the rioters.

      “Kenosha police reported that over half of all the people arrested in the first two nights of violence had come from out of town. This was not an uprising of the Kenosha underclass against the system that was oppressing them. This was an organized attack on an American city. The refrain of centrists-at-all-costs and weak-kneed Republicans has been that, innocent or not, Kyle Rittenhouse “should not have been there.” Indeed, 17-year-old boys should not have to take up arms to defend their communities from attacks incited by Democratic Party politicians and the corporate media and facilitated and carried out by organizations funded by multinational corporations.”

      Hell yeah.

  • Ian_A 23/11/2021, 10:11 am

    Rod Dreher of “The American Conservative” has urged readers to read this piece on the latest direction in American conservatism. It’s just full of new ideas, whole slabs of concepts I’d never read before. Mind-expanding stuff.

    https://scholars-stage.org/the-problem-of-the-new-right/

  • Peter 23/11/2021, 10:44 am
    • Ian_A 23/11/2021, 11:27 am

      Yes, substantially researched, and a great reminder of many incidents in this country that indicate deep infiltration by CCP soft power. I’m not entirely convinced, nor do I think the case was as successfully made, that our “lockdown” culture is purely a Chinese import — Australia has a long history of big government and a relatively weak individualistic yeomanry (despite the Paul Hogan bravado). But perhaps a good case could be made for “penal colony mentality with Chinese characteristics”.

  • Ian_A 23/11/2021, 12:17 pm

    Just some points on the Waukesha rampage.
    – if it had been a white perp, the media would be awash with ‘white supremacy’, ‘right-wing domestic terrorism” allegations. The racial attribution ‘white’ would be everywhere.
    – but the perp is black, so the msm are not attributing race to him at all. Like our ABC — no mention of him being an African American.
    – the msm have a problem with this story because it doesn’t fit the racial narrative. So they’re developing the line right now — watch for this: “racially disadvantaged perp was “fleeing” (er, from attacking his girlfriend — maybe don’t put that in) and in fear of white cops, blindly drove into a parade of happy women and little girls. So panicked, he didn’t brake, or get out to offer assistance to the dying. It’s a tragedy, all driven by white racism, which is the real villain. So when you think about it, actually white cops did it.” Let’s just watch for this narrative form up.

  • God58 23/11/2021, 2:02 pm

    The first critical step fighting the destruction of the United States should be to round up all the African coloured population, including the pretenders, and send them to Africa. They obviously hate the USA so the USA needs to hate them back and p#ss them off. BIG problem solved. Should be easy as it fits the MSM narrative.

    • Sir Peter 24/11/2021, 10:01 am

      Including Thomas Sowell, Candace Owens, Ben Carson, Clarence Thomas ?

      What is needed is a complete purge of socialists and race-baiters of every hue. Al Sharpton certainly, but also the Clintons and Ilan Omars of this world.

      There is a large underclass of sub human knuckle draggers, also multiracial, the country should confront. Every BLM or Antica mob should be met with batons and live rounds.

      • Ian_A 24/11/2021, 11:33 am

        I’d add Winsome Sears, Tim Scott, Glenn Loury and John McWhorter to the list of high-profile African-heritage Americans who do great service to their country … there’d be many others, when you start getting into their military heroes.

        Absolutely antifa-BLM street rioters need to be met with live rounds — from national guard, not kids like Kyle. Not only that, the money trail back to the antifa funders in the Democrat corporate oligarchy needs to be followed, with full prosecution of the actual executives who approved those funds to antifa street thugs. Once a few top Dem donors like Bezos and Zuck get paraded around in orange jumpsuits, the whole thing should quiet back down.

  • luk1955 23/11/2021, 9:35 pm

    I listened to this Corbett report recommended by a reader a day or 2 ago. Robert Kennedy confirms what I have been saying for years, that the US government and mainly the CIA have been behind this plandemic and the medical experiments on Africans. I didn’t know Reagan wanted to abolish the NIH. Sounded like John Kennedy wanting to disband the CIA, and we know who killed John. And that this plandemic is a war against the lower and middle classes. That became clear when small businesses were closed down while the large companies it was business as usual. I also stated the chinks were working with US government agencies to impose worldwide totalitarianism.
    We are now in a battle to save the species, all thanks to a few power hungry maniacs. Paul Ehrlich started all this with the Population Bomb book back in the late 60s.

    https://www.corbettreport.com/fauci/

  • Cliff 24/11/2021, 6:23 am

    Re luk1955’s post above about the CIA, Dan Snow has a history podcast that is usually quite good, even if he’s very much a leftie. This episode https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/dan-snows-history-hit/id1042631089?i=1000542649325 on the JFK assassination is worth the listen. It all but says the CIA did it and that there was no way Oswald acted alone.

    • Botswana O'Hooligan 24/11/2021, 9:16 am

      The word I got was that LBJ organised it but it has the hallmarks of the CIA and was a very neat job with Ruby knocking off Oswald and then conveniently dies supposedly of lung cancer before the second trial.

  • Ian_A 24/11/2021, 6:29 am

    On the basis of a new book review in Quadrant, I went to Z-Library, downloaded and spent some hours last night reading “Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom” by ex-Greenpeace founder Patrick Moore.

    I do have great concern for the health of the planet, and Patrick lays it out — levels of CO2 had reached dangerously low levels by 1850. What can I do to make my own contribution to saving the planet? Well, that would be driving my ICE as much as possible, to help the planet get up from 415ppm CO2 to a healthier 1000 ppm. I implore you, dear MM readers, to do the same, before it’s too late. Get out and drive that diesel pickup as much as you possibly can.

    • Neville 24/11/2021, 10:34 am

      Very handy little site that one, Z-Library.

      • Ian_A 24/11/2021, 2:17 pm

        For sure, Neville. 😉

  • Cliff 24/11/2021, 6:53 am
    • Ian_A 24/11/2021, 7:12 am

      Ok — Michelle Obama helicoptered in to replace Kamala Harris in a palace coup, before butchering Joe and moving Michelle into top position, in time for her to then run as President in 2024.

      The rest of the story would be, antifa is armed by the oligarchic corporate wing of the Party to attack cities and burn towns in a series of rolling race riots, to send the message “vote Michelle or it just gets worse”.

      Highly dystopian prognostications, but completely plausible.

  • Albert 24/11/2021, 8:50 am

    Yesterday I watched question time and witnessed the immature performance of Morrison. Apparently unable to speak in a reasonable fashion Morrison has to shout at the top of his voice and certainly doesn’t need those microphones as he could have been heard down on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin.
    Then today we have Lambie whining on their ABC because she is being rounded up over her demented rants in parliament against Pauline Hanson and One Nation.
    Both of those immature fools need to grow up.

    • DT 24/11/2021, 12:16 pm

      Senator Lambie aside, have you ever been to Parliament House Canberra and sat in the gallery watching proceedings? The Speaker regularly shouting “order, order” to shut down the chorus of Opposition screeching and shouting at a Government member who is trying to speak?

      Labor are far more likely to use this disrupting tactic than the Coalition, as former Speaker Bronwyn Bishop has commented, but both sides do it to some degree.

      No doubt the PM was forced to shout to be heard above the cacophony of sounds directed at him, the tactic is deliberate and used to blunt the message especially for the television and radio audiences.

      Lambie however uses shouting as a tactic to gain attention and publicity, she she is a serial offender.

      • Albert 24/11/2021, 2:33 pm

        Sorry DT but you missed the point and it has nothing to do with shouting over the top of Labor disrupters although I do agree that they are a problem. However, Morrison’s deliveries are more often than not in an overly loud voice in what appears to be an attempt to get his point across. Shades of Lambie perhaps?
        To answer your opening question; yes. I lived in Canberra for some 23 years after leaving the RAAF and as the Canberra manager of Voca Communication I had considerable dealings with political parties. I sold the first ever portable Fax machine to Whitlam and company for use during his election campaign. Again, yes I visited the old parliament house on numerous occasions to watch the performance of the boofheaded politicians from both sides of the house.

  • God58 24/11/2021, 9:08 am

    It’s obvious that the alcohol and drug Lambie family culture is getting harder to camouflage. The gross overuse of wasted cakes of ill applied makeup and questionable personal hygiene coupled with loud, mindless oral pollution tends to put voters off.

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 24/11/2021, 9:21 am

    That female demonstrates the sad fact that many Tasmanians are of questionable intelligence to enable the likes of her to enter politics, but on reflection that could be said about all of us given the calibre of all our politicians tho she and SHY from SA are outstanding examples.

    • DT 24/11/2021, 12:19 pm

      Since Federation of States every State gets the same number of Senators regardless of State population, so Tasmanian Senators are voted in with compared to say New South Wales, Victoria or Queensland what amounts to a tiny number.

      I recall Senator Lambie winning with less than 3% of the primary vote and then preferences trickling down to her, our preferential voting system is ridiculous.

  • Ian_A 24/11/2021, 12:10 pm

    ABC News reports:
    “Great Barrier Reef explodes with life during spectacular coral spawning event”

    And yet, we were told numerous times over the last decade that the reef was “practically dying”, “terminal”, and so on, due to sea temperature rise induced by global warming.

    The book by Patrick Moore that I’m reading makes the point that the areas of greatest coral species diversity in the world are in the coral triangle (Indonesia, PNG and Solomon Is), which is the warmest sea in the world. Actually, coral evolved in even warmer water, and still does best in the world’s warmest seas. As you go further south, into cooler water, coral species diversity drops away.

    Why are we, and our kids, being fed unscientific misinformation continually, and the scientific truth supressed, censored (I’m thinking Peter Ridd) and ridiculed? Why?

    • DT 24/11/2021, 12:27 pm

      Why? Because the GBR is one of the largest and best known coral reefs of all and therefore the UN IPCC climate hoaxers use it spreading misleading propaganda to add to their scare campaign on the warming trend that they also present deceptively.

      And the left leaning media and others, politicians leaning left included, reinforce the lies and deception. POTUS Obama attended the G20 Meeting in Queensland and visited a university where he told the student audience how worried he was about the dying GBR. He added that he understood it was a race against time and therefore he needed to bring his daughters to see it before it was too late.

      That was 2014 from memory, PM Abbott was our leader and smeared by the leftists for saying he intended to “shirtfront” the President Putin of Russia, people with brains realised the comment was not meant to be a threat, just a figure of speech like Mum will kill little Johnny when he gets home late.

      But as usual the media left repeated it over and over again, Labor repeated it and the gullible voters parroted it obediently.

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 24/11/2021, 3:08 pm

    Mr. Morrison states that the feds don’t mandate vaccination but Ms Hansons bill to stop the States and territories mandating vaccination failed but the feds indemnify the pharmaceutical and medical people against legal action and the feds have dropped the threshold for a claimant to take legal action against the federal government for side effects from 5 K down to 1 K and one supposes that if one does get the vaccination since federal legislation would over rule State legislation, one is deemed to have consented to the vaccination and can therefore whistle Dixie about recompense since one partook of the vaccine under ones own free will. Apart from that of course, taking the federal government to court would be another exercise in futility and the expenses of course paid for by the taxpayer as usual. What a foul up, or is it another disguised deliberate of Mr. Morrison who displays the cunning of an outhouse rat.

  • Ian_A 25/11/2021, 9:47 am

    I haven’t read a good “anthropological” description of the emerging woke-left understanding of rioting. There’s a short piece in “American Greatness” which gives a lot of new insight to what we are up against. Worth reading, because the concepts will inevitably arrive here, when street violence by university students on behalf of “oppressed Aboriginals” begins in earnest. Here’s a taste, but you need to read the rest to get the whole point:

    “This new principle of community-defense reserves force as the legitimate right of the “the oppressed,” the communal possession of certain identity groups executed on their behalf by a revolutionary vanguard, whether in the streets or from a Soros-backed leftist district attorney’s office.”.

    I would imagine that the graduate-program kid who ASIO gets to wade through MM each day probably fully agrees with the woke left view as it has been described in the article, and that’s scary.

    https://amgreatness.com/2021/11/23/rittenhouse-case-highlights-a-house-divided-on-self-defense/

    • Sir Peter 25/11/2021, 10:48 am

      The article is a very clear expose of the psychopathy of the communist/woke.

      While it is always helpful to identify the enemy and understand how he thinks, we are given no clue whatsoever of how to neutralise them.

      Orange jumpsuits are all fine, the trick is how to get the right people in them. The Zuckerbergs and Soroses of this world are very well protected. Could probably avoid arrest and prosecution even by the government (in the unlikely event the govt, ANY govt, wished to do so).

      200,000 gathered in Melbourne won’t do it. Changing the govt won’t do it – they are all cut from the same cloth. We have little choice but to pursue the low hanging fruit – the goons of antifa and vicpol, the woke bureaucrats and politicians, their cheer squad in the media.

      In Matt Bracken’s “Enemies Foreign and Domestic” trilogy a patriotic geek dumped a massive database on the net doxing them all, ie giving all their home addresses. In a land with 800 million guns that had the desired effect. Bit harder here, since Port Arthur.

      • Ian_A 25/11/2021, 11:29 am

        Always good to understand your enemy. As to neutralising, I just had a look back to try find something I read in the last few days, one of the pieces to come as a result of the National Conservatism conference in the US a couple of weeks ago. Unfortunately I can’t but here’s what I recall.

        It’s very clear now in retrospect that the left had a decades long strategy to capture all cultural institutions — the Marcusean strategy. It has been wildly successful. The only thing they haven’t got stitched up is guaranteed control of parliament, because that, unfortunately for the Left, is still subject to popular vote. That’s all we conservatives have as leverage, and we have to make the very most of it — and the ability therefrom to create legislation in favour of our values. Indeed in the US we see this in the CRT-in-schools issue, where Republican legislatures have been able to beat back leftist school boards (the kidnapped institutions) with legislation, and also to elect Youngkin, on the basis that through popular vote he can counter leftist institutional takeover — again by legislation. Takeaway: focus on elections and subsequent legislative mandate to counter leftist institutional takeover. It’s the only lever we have at this stage.

  • God58 25/11/2021, 10:31 am
  • Sir Peter 25/11/2021, 12:29 pm

    How Islam operates

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/11/the_liverpool_bombing_islams_mindboggling_deceptions_exposed.html

    EVERY country which allows Islam to enter soon learns to regret it

  • Sir Peter 25/11/2021, 12:32 pm

    Ian, what’s the next stage? When do new ‘levers’ become necessary (and moral)?

    • Ian_A 25/11/2021, 2:53 pm

      In Australia, there will never be a next stage (how disappointing for the ASIO minion who has to flick through these comments, to find MM so lacking in fire — hey kid, check the BLM kiddies in Melbourne, that’s where you’ll find your stuff about violent insurgency, but oh yeah, your boss says BLM is protected, so you’re stuck here eh?).

      Reason I say that, SP, is that we’ve always been a penal colony, now grown into a government-controlled semi-socialist society. And as long as there’s plenty of online shopping for all, it’ll stay that way. Lift a finger and they’ll be down on you like a ton of bricks. The ASIO kid flicking through MM will agree I’m sure. Probably even BLM are only given a fairly short leash — maybe the ASIO kid could write a comment and tell us about that.

      All we’ve got is elections — and then hope next time the Libs are in, they aren’t so milquetoast as neoliberal Scomo (Scomo’s view, surely, is that vegan woke kiddies running around demanding pronouns are better than beer-swilling unions effectively ransoming for wage rises, from a business point of view), and actually do some legislating, e.g. on ABC and school curriculum.

      If the woke kiddies start to piss off the ethnic vote enough (relying on the fact most new cultures in Australia don’t actually want their kids attending drag queen story hour, gayby baby and genuflecting to the First Nations drunks down at the train station), then it’s possible the neo-lib Liberals will actually do something, because votes.

  • DT 25/11/2021, 1:02 pm

    Yesterday television news showed images of coal fired power station cooling tower stacks being demolished in NSW near Lithgow and today I read that the Liddell Power Station in the NSW Hunter Valley will soon be demolished.

    By the way Liddell is coal fired and its 4 generator units each produce 500 MW of electricity, so 2,000 MW of reliable baseload electricity to be lost.

    But rest easy, reports are that electricity price in NSW will rise but soon fall as renewable energy replaces the lost generators.

    The Capital Hill Wind Farm near Goulburn produces less than 50% of one Liddell generator on average (Capacity Factor) and covers 15,000 acres of land, so at least 2 Capital Hills for each of 4 Liddell generators, so 8 Wind sites x 15,000 acres = 120,000 acres conservatively calculated. Then add feeder transmission lines from the wind sites and the back up equipment.

    It’s ridiculous.

    • Pensioner Pete 25/11/2021, 2:48 pm

      DT: I cannot but fully agree with you on this idiocy. Where are all environmentalists out protesting and chaining themselves to trees and machinery to prevent the leveling of the flora and fauna impacted by the destruction of 120,000 acres of land?

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 25/11/2021, 2:53 pm

    120,000 acres is 187.5 square miles so think of the carrying capacity of that much land. They are all bloody fools.

    • DT 27/11/2021, 12:59 pm

      Then consider the coal fired power station fleet that was before privatisation by the State Governments of those State assets and multiply each including the ones already shut down and demolished to be replaced with unreliable energy (not Green’s “farms” but installations) plus back up and transmission line lands.

      As it unfolds the early starters into the renewable energy transition are now in trouble and have learnt that wind and solar even with back up cannot cope with baseload electricity demand and peak demand.

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 25/11/2021, 3:54 pm

    May an old bloke implore you to watch this 47 minute video that has been made in NZ by a mob of doctors NZSOS. Three speakers, a female GP, a male GP, and a Psychiatrist, all who have been deregistered or are about to be for asking questions. https://youtu.be/4WmctPKw9aQ

    • Pensioner Pete 25/11/2021, 5:04 pm

      Bots: Thank you for posting this video up, I concur with you, MMer’s please watch this video, it is revealing stuff. I didn’t think I could sit and watch this from start to finish as it is 47 minutes, but wow, I could not tear my self away, it is so good. These three very, very brave medical people deserve admiration from us all in confirming what many of us believed, now we know we are on the money.

      How to fix?

      Place the major party bastards, absolutely last on the ballot paper, vote for those who are currently demonstrating they are for the people with intent to end this tyranny should they be elected.

      If we do not do this at the coming federal election, then we are doomed, no doubts.

      • Pensioner Pete 25/11/2021, 5:16 pm

        NB: I wonder how long this video will remain available? Anyway, I downloaded the entire video and am distributing to family. Thanks again Bots, this one is a beauty!

  • Ian_A 25/11/2021, 5:23 pm

    Solomon riots

    Prime Minister Soghavare of Solomon Islands says his government was democratically elected, therefore won’t stand down due to the riots. Soghavare was the one who invited the CCP into Solomon Islands and kicked Taiwan out. It is well known by many in Solomons that Soghavare has led Solomons into a debt trap, and widely suspected Soghavare did it for CCP bribery money.

    Well, Soghavare’s government was actually *not* democratically elected. I’ll tell you why. It is true that the 50 constituency members of parliament, are indeed elected by the electorate voters. But due to a weak party system that has no practical meaning, nobody knows what party they are voting for. They just vote for their favourite constituency member as a personality. Then after the vote is counted, the new MPs head to Honiara. There, they split into camps, each camp occupying one of the hotels in the city. Here, offers and counter-offers are made of coalitions and incentives like ministerial positions and money are offered. This sways individual MPs to switch camp. After some days, a vote is called among the MPs as to numbers for prime ministerial candidates. After all the bribery and promises of power, members make this vote, and a Prime Minister is chosen, leading his MPs. So, there is no “democracy” in choice of givernment, it is a vote by 50 people. That’s more of a committee, not a popular vote.

    In this case, the undemocratically elected Soghavare government is unpopular. Hence riots. People want the Chinese out, and their quisling, Soghavare, out too.

    • Sir Peter 25/11/2021, 5:43 pm

      I said some time ago here that chinese in the pacific islands won’t last.They will be killed with machetes and their businesses torched. Olgeta wantok bilong mi emi strongpela tumas, inap long rausim ol kong kong kwiltaim.
      Something similar is not entirely impossible in Australia

      • Botswana O'Hooligan 25/11/2021, 9:10 pm

        We are on the same page Sir P. Remember the trade stores, and remember the Celestials who were fairly reasonable in a fairly reasonable way when compared to Bloody Pirates (Burns Philp) or “Steamies” I still remember the trays of spectacles, false teeth, and all the minutiae of the joint until Gough buggered it. I sometimes laugh like buggery in my old mind now at 0300 about those days when sleep eludes me. I was lucky and didn’t have to go there to get experience and then later on flew larger stuff all over the place up there so am the only survivor out of ten of my mates who bought the bloody farm via clouds filled with rocks, and ironically enough a mate of us all for forty years who went back to train people bought the farm a bit out of Moresby not long ago. In retrospect, I think that Gough lit the blue taper that started the bloody rot, not only in PNG, but here too.

      • Sir Peter 25/11/2021, 10:30 pm

        Cumulus granitus, Bots. Dodged a bit of that meself.

  • Cliff 26/11/2021, 5:49 am

    Most here will be familiar with the old joke of the career crim who found himself in the middle of a long term in the jug when his Mum wanted the back yard dug up to prepare for the next year’s potato crop to be planted – so he told the cops there was a body buried in her back yard and they obligingly turned up to dig up his Mum’s back yard from base to apex – and he got a thank you note from his Mum.

    Am I the only one who thinks something similar might be going on with this renewed – and incredibly thorough – search for the remains of William Tyrrell?

    The Greenies would never allow the total clearing of the undergrowth by the police search crews that we’re seeing on the nightly news, but that area is going to be virtually bush fire proof this fire season.

    The cops are obviously following a credible tip, (I’d hate to think what the search is costing the taxpayer), but are we seeing a 21st Century version of the crim’s Mum’s potato patch?

  • Tom 26/11/2021, 6:26 am

    Pray to God that this is fake news, for if it’s true, we really have descended into a very Dark Place. https://operationdisclosureofficial.com/2021/11/24/vaccine-scandal-in-slovenia-bottles-have-code-numbers-for-placebo-vax-or-kill-shot/

    [NOTE: you might want to check this out
    https://www.scam-detector.com/validator/operationdisclosureofficial-com-review/ MM.Ed.]

    • Pensioner Pete 26/11/2021, 6:47 am

      If verified, then this revelation explains much and will surely result in a run on the noose shops for fitting out multiple gallows.

    • Pensioner Pete 26/11/2021, 9:42 am

      Hmmm, error 404 on your link MM Ed. Perhaps server overload .

      • Botswana O'Hooligan 26/11/2021, 10:04 am

        If you disable your VPN it will come up PP.

      • Pensioner Pete 26/11/2021, 1:00 pm

        Ta, Bots.

  • God58 26/11/2021, 8:05 am

    My brothers and I all our sons played and loved rugby league. Now, I don’t even watch state of origin. How could anyone follow any NRL team, mostly comprised of greedy club swapping morons with not an ounce of loyality and limited ‘talent’ based on genetics and bugger all skill. Player make up should also negate all government handouts to pacific nations.

    • Pensioner Pete 26/11/2021, 9:14 am

      Same here god58. I have not watched the NRL for years now, and the state of origin is so corrupted to ensure crowds and advertising (follow the money), it screwed what was once a battle of the titans, thus has been off the watch list for years also.

      • Cliff 26/11/2021, 10:15 am

        Australian first grade Rugby League is now just ‘our Pacific Islanders versus your Pacific Islanders’.

  • God58 26/11/2021, 3:20 pm

    It truely is time Penny Wong was arrested by the Federal Police on charges of sedition. Maybe deport her back to Malaysia with her whole family with their web of Chinese business interests. Nothing but Australian hating communist scum and complete threat to our secure future.

  • John 26/11/2021, 7:06 pm

    There was criticism of Sutton ( you know the one, the worlds sexiest chief health Officer) in Vic re ” a very big gap in his knowledge base” regarding some medico,s recommendations. Not his fault of course, somebody else`s for not bringing it to his attention.
    “I accept that there is additional evidence that could have been brought to my attention,” Prof Sutton said.
    Never admit your guilt, never admit your lack of knowledge. It`s always someone else`s fault isn`t it Petty Bretty. S`pose he is just copying his d…head boss.

  • Ian_A 27/11/2021, 10:17 am

    Solomon Islands — Australia walks into China trap

    Rioting protesters in Solomons vow to continue until the Soghavare puppet government is thrown out. Australia has ADF with guns ready to shoot protesters. Now, if ADF actually does shoot a protester, the laughing and high-fives in Beijing will be something to behold. It will turn the Solomon Islands public sentiment against Australia — and for what? An international headline “Australia kills Solomon Islanders in support of China”

    It’s a trap.

    • DT 27/11/2021, 1:08 pm

      So damned if we do, damned if we don’t and if we don’t an example will have been given to all Pacific Island nations that they cannot rely on Australia when they need help.

      It has been widely broadcast that China uses their Belt & Road foreign aid to capture the minds and support of governments, and use the loans as a debt trap to secure their prey. The CCP would be working hard to secure bases in the Pacific Region between the US and Australia.

      Many criticised the first foreign aid payments to Pacific Islands provided under the climate change assistance plan, it avoided handing our monies to the UN as requested for them to redistribute for climate hoax purposes, and Australia has now delivered another donation to Pacific Island nations.

      Our left leaning media failed to report that PM Morrison said in 2019 that the government he leads will not contribute to the “UN Green Fund”.

      That was an astute decision because using the money to counter China is a far better investment no matter how angry the unelected UN Officials might be.

      • Ian_A 27/11/2021, 2:07 pm

        The mistake is Australia thinks waving about a piece of paper with “immunity agreement” written on it, actually has legitimacy with average people on the street. Come to the crunch, (someone gets shot by ADF), for many people it will not, and would incite further anti government feeling.

        1. Leave the guns at home — it’s not our country, and pieces of paper “blong gavuna” mean nothing to most Solomon Islanders. If ADF and AFP feel unsafe in those circumstances, i.e. unarmed, then they should stay home and work on their pronouns.

        2. The best anti-China intervention there, is to expand the seasonal workers program, which directly dials into the sentiments of Solomon Islanders. The way you gain affection in that country is through money. If you’ve got something to give, people like you. If not, meh. It’s a poor country, people are hungry, that’s why. Seasonal workers is the grand gift to the common man and woman. More of the usual sumptuously-catered “workshops” and tinted-window Hiluxes for government elites, not really.

    • Sir Peter 28/11/2021, 8:26 am

      Sorry Ian, If we don’t send peace keepers the CCP will. Then the Solomon Islands are captured. Far greater bloodshed to dislodge them. They have to realise it’s our region of influence. Keeping the mongrels out is a top priority.

      • Ian_A 28/11/2021, 9:57 am

        Not saying don’t send personnel. But guns signal an attitude that Australians will kill unarmed citizens of a foreign country. Australia seems to believe that the average Solomon Islander will accept this, because the two governments have a “paper”. I doubt that SIers would accept that outcome on this issue, because it would be seen as Australia propping up corrupt Soghavare and his Chinese puppet masters. That’s the trap — intervening with guns ready to fire into protesters on behalf of a corrupt government; not that an — unarmed — intervention as a calming force is bad.

        And as I keep saying, the golden ‘hearts and minds’ strategy is expansion of the seasonal workers program. You can’t underestimate how well this would go down, far more so than endless aid programs that run like water into sand. It’s the ace that China will never have. We ought to make the most of it.

      • Cliff 28/11/2021, 1:34 pm

        Last time Australia sent troops in to the Solomons under the UN flag, the troops went in unarmed. I understand this was a first for the UN.

  • PW 27/11/2021, 3:30 pm

    Dani Laidley said she vividly remembered the moment she attempted the drastic measure on April 5, 2020. The 54-year-old had been wrestling with gender dysphoria for her entire life and tried to keep her true identity a secret from her loved ones and the general public. Four weeks later that control was forcibly taken away from her when she was arrested and officers leaked a photo and mugshot showing Laidley dressed in women’s clothes.
    Now ‘she’ says she wants to be the best woman it can be…
    Dani, women do NOT have penises.

  • Ian_A 28/11/2021, 4:01 pm

    Crooked Hillary and her Russian collusion

    Don’t miss this before it disappears down the memory hole:
    https://amgreatness.com/2021/11/26/durham-vs-stephanopoulos-who-colluded-trump-or-clinton/

    My comment on it: no doubt the left will airily dismiss this as just another rightwing nut job conspiracy theory fever dream. And that’s because leftwing nut job conspiracy theory fever dreams, like “Trump colluded with Russia”, by definition of reality supplied by smug elites and oligarchic media outlets, don’t exist, right? The only problem is, as this article demonstrates, the facts run against the oligarchy’s version of reality. Crooked Hillary really is, demonstrably, crooked.

    • Sir Peter 28/11/2021, 5:56 pm

      Now a pdf in my ebooks file

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 30/11/2021, 9:51 am

    Wespac have been charging dead people bank fees trumpets The Australian newspaper and that brings a smile to the old dial for Wespac probably figure that if the dead can vote, the bastards can pay too, especially in Victoria.

  • PW 30/11/2021, 11:27 am

    Looking back at Tasmanian Jacky Jacky as just one of that State’s senators, by population comparison, NSW should have 90 senators representing them.
    Time to apportion senators per population. If or when we end up a republic this needs to be head of the priorities; end this stupidity.

    • Sir Peter 01/12/2021, 10:27 am

      PW, the Senate’s entire purpose is to represent States. Each has equal value, unlike the lower house with members representing individual electorates which are adjusted from time-to-time to have roughly equivalent numbers of voters. This was done for the very valid reason that voters in small states could be permanently overruled by the larger states- aka the dictatorship of the majority.

      You either agree with this or you don’t. To follow your suggestion simply replicates the lower house and adds dozens of extra politicians with their stout in the trough. The real alternatives are either you have states house or you don’t. Personally I think we should. Upper houses in the States perform a similar function and act as a moderating influence on the lower. Queensland abolished theirs, and I would argue now suffer as a result under the current lot in charge.

    • Neville 01/12/2021, 10:17 pm

      PW, I largely agree with SP.
      And I would add another condition: The upper (the States’ house) should consist of Senators who are strictly, by law, NOT a member of ANY political party, and are required – by law – to consider issues that come before it from ONLY a State’s perspective.

  • god58 30/11/2021, 1:48 pm

    Looks like Dirty Dan has paid off another independent in Victoristan and his Communist pandemic legislation is going to get passed. RIP Victoria. Can our commonwealth please cease any and all funding to this socialist state and commence formal takeover proceedings. Sick to death of my taxes being shuffled south to treason central.

    • DT 01/12/2021, 10:09 am

      Recent discussion on Sky News about VicGov included that the Andrews Union controlled Labor Government is out of control on management of tax revenue and debt creation.

      I remember when they formed government and almost immediately cancelled a road contract at a cost to taxpayers of $1.2 billion in compensation to the contractor.

      Labor claimed the previous Coalition Government should not have signed the contract so close to an election. That ignored the process, design stage, tenders called, reviewing tenders submitted, organising funding and signing the contract, that would have taken more than one three year term in government.

      Apparently the cost blow outs on union controlled government projects is huge and then add the lack of governance generally including employment of unionist public service employees especially in administration in numbers exceeding the workload, another way an ambitious person climbs the ladder for ranking and remuneration based on number of people reporting.

      • Neville 01/12/2021, 10:19 pm

        Yair, same here in WA; incoming (Labor) govt coughed up about half a billion to NOT build a road!

  • John 30/11/2021, 3:58 pm

    There seems to be an underlying assumption that the unwashed masses are also lacking in wit. Have you seen the latest Lexus advert for electric vehicles?. A bloke who looks and sounds like he has just taken out a contract on his mother assures the listener electric vehicles have “No emissions and more power”. I`ve got no idea what a lexus weighs but the power to shift that vehicle equates to joules=1/2.mass. velocity squared. And it doesnt matter whether it comes from coal, nuclear, solar or unicorn farts that equation stays the same ( barring acceleration and friction) so it appears Lexus has made an eternal motion machine, astounding. More power? Spiv is confusing power and torque. HP is generally less than a petrol/diesel but the torque is greater in the EV because max torque occurs at low speeds because the motor lacks back emf which would otherwise limit input current and torque.
    I wonder if vehicle manufacturers are enamored of ev`s because they can charge more but also reduce their workforce by about 80%. Nah, think I,m just getting old and shirty.

    • John 30/11/2021, 4:32 pm

      And here is something else that p…s me right off. Just went and got some Sand and Cement mix. Dingo Brand sand and cement mix to be precise. Was cleaning up and noticed Dingo Sand and Cement mix is made in Vietnam. And it was much the same price as Aust made. I,ll look beforehand in future but in the meantime @#$% ^ff Dingo Cement.

    • DT 01/12/2021, 10:29 am

      Torque is to the advantage of an EV when compared to an equivalent ICEV and for example a video road test of a Toyota Land Cruiser V8 Diesel and a Tesla EV SUV towing identical caravans from Penrith in Western Sydney to Bathurst on the Western side of the Great Dividing Range proved that the EV was more than a match for the V8.

      Well, not for range, the EV was fully charged in Penrith and was low in energy when it reached Bathurst but the V8 had plenty of fuel to keep travelling a very long way. Why Penrith to Bathurst? Because the EV with caravan was at it’s range limit, could not even start from the City of Sydney.

      And highway travelling by EV presents a speed problem, whereas an ICEV performs best for fuel consumption on highway the EV does best at lower city and suburban speeds and stop-start which enables regenerative braking to replace some energy into the battery pack. EV on highway at 110 kmh has a range problem that improves slightly as speed is lowered. I read that some EV’s computer warns the driver to slow down to reach the destination, 80 kmh is recommended for long distance travel.

      And as for recharging, read road tests and usually charging time is quoted for 10-80% and that’s because the system won’t allow energy to drop below 10% and to obtain 100% regularly would cause battery damage, and the time taken from 80-100% is hours even if 10-80% is less than one hour. Not very good for long distance travel.

      Leaving Goulburn one morning a couple of years ago in my Diesel 4WD SUV I was tailgated by a Tesla S top of that range EV, I was using cruise control and driving at a real 110 kmh (speedo reading 117 kmh inaccurately). After driving for maybe 30 minutes, climbing some hills, overtaking trucks, the EV started to slow and drop back and was soon a red dot in the mirror. No doubt the computer had warned the driver to slow down to lower energy use, he probably turned to air conditioning off as well.

      I read that trials with EV for racing purposes has presented a serious problem of over heating electric motors and battery packs as distance and time increase. Perfect for Australian heatwaves and even other hot days.

      I am not opposed to EV, they could be well suited to city and suburban driving conditions and have the advantage of zero exhaust emissions which in built up areas can be a problem. But there should be no government-taxpayer subsidies for people and company fleets that can afford the premium prices as compared to a similar ICEV. And recharging must be as convenient as ICEV in time taken and availability.

    • Sir Peter 01/12/2021, 11:02 am

      The emissions are not removed- they are simply relocated to the local power station. And, because you lose energy every time you convert one form to another, your electric car actually produces MORE co2 than a petrol powered one. But hey, seems like a fair price for that warm fuzzy glow of moral superiority.

      Adding motor vehicle use to your electricity grid adds about another 15-20% demand. Yet politicians are promoting this to respond to pressure from a scientifically ignorant and economically illiterate electorate at the very time we are closing power stations in favour of expensive and unreliable “renewables”.

      It’s particularly galling that a lot of the ignorance is being created by the governments own brainwashing and propaganda. Sort of a viscous circle of stupidity.

      Experience worldwide shows that “renewables” have be backed up other sources, usually from fossil fuels. The really ignorant at this point will trot out batteries as the solution. South Australia’s billion dollar exploding batteries probably would keep the state running for 30 minutes if they are lucky. Batteries can NEVER be the solution to unreliable supply. That is not even the reason they are installed – their function is iron out fluctuations in voltage from wind/solar sources which otherwise will bring down the whole grid. This actually happened when the line bringing reliable power from Victoria to South Australia was damaged in a storm. Batteries are a BUFFER, they are not STORAGE.

      All the solar panels, batteries and bird-slicing eco crucifixes will destroy our economy while making the sinofascists very rich

      Encouraging electric vehicles without building nuclear power plants is totally insane.

      When the light go out, and you have to climb 10 stories because the lifts don’t work, maybe some common sense will return.

      We should agitate for “reliables”, not “renewables”.

  • DT 01/12/2021, 9:59 am

    1) The dams will never receive sufficient rainfall to fill again.

    November 2021 the land of droughts and flooding rains again proving to be an accurate description of Australia.

    2) Global warming is now global heating and the latest in a long list of end days predictions gives it ten years to the tipping point.

    So why I am I running the reverse cycle air conditioning on heat cycle on the first day of summer, as the rain pelts down and many areas are flooded?

    * Send more money to the United Nations.

  • God58 01/12/2021, 1:10 pm

    I see miss attention seeking Lisa Curry is at it again crying on camera reliving for the 2,357th time the sad death of her daughter. Aptly under ‘entertainment’ section of online Courier Mail. And no I didn’t read the full article. Both the media and Lisa should be horsewhipped.

    • Pensioner Pete 01/12/2021, 4:51 pm

      Bloody sickening isn’t it? Milking it to the max and losing credibility fast as.

  • Pensioner Pete 02/12/2021, 12:55 am

    What a lovely piece of work this Senator is, by her actions yesterday, voter fraud continues.

    Shame on you Jacqui Lambie, shame. Your shortsightedness and lack of knowledge of the issue has torpedoed the opportunity to ensure the vote is not diluted by voter fraud.

    Labor of course will benefit from this fraud as has been proven in the past with the resurrection of the dead and all and every trick in the book to ensure Aboriginals and others who may be infirm, vote Labor.

    I trust the people of Tasmania now see this Senator for what she truly is, cannot be trusted one little bit as she has been demonstrating with her rants, back-flips and attention seeking actions of late.

    Refers: https://www.news.com.au/national/politics/path-to-legislating-voter-identity-law-narrows-as-jacqui-lambie-shoots-down-proposal/news-story/b6868d5b3eb4ca839a6d8525adcd6e34

    • Cliff 02/12/2021, 6:17 am

      What’s the old saying? “A country gets the politicians it deserves.”

      If that’s the case, we Australians must have done something absolutely terrible in some previous life.

      • Pensioner Pete 02/12/2021, 7:34 am

        There was an old saying when one was experiencing a run of bad luck, ‘you must have killed a Chinaman in a previous life’.

        Seems in the previous life, not enough were dispatched.

    • PW 02/12/2021, 7:09 am

      Always was always is the malingering Army scum who threw herself on the ground to be serviced at every opportunity.
      …and has the audacity to speak about females being abused.

  • luk1955 02/12/2021, 7:51 am

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yKxczRYl0qs

    Just saw this on 1 of my fav YT sites, the Salty Cracker. Folks, we are big time now, just see the feature concentration camp near Howard Springs, where some inmates escaped yesterday. Look at the size of this camp. Pity we can’t get a hospital built in vicdanistan this fast.

  • Sir Peter 02/12/2021, 9:04 am

    This cracker is good value if you don’t mind salty language

  • Peter 02/12/2021, 10:35 am

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/dying-covid-19-patient-recovers-after-court-orders-hospital-to-administer-ivermectin_4130754.html
    When will the Australian government read the truth about Ivermectin and allow it’s use.

    • Pensioner Pete 02/12/2021, 11:41 am

      Short answer = NO.

      Come election time, or come end of the 24 month vaccine supply contract with the pharmaceutical companies, possibly a chance.

      Best thing is probably procure your own for personal use.

      • DT 02/12/2021, 3:22 pm

        During November 2020 Minister for Health Greg Hunt answered a question about Ivermectin and confirmed that it was available in hospitals when prescribed by a doctor, anti-viral treatment and being used to treat COVID-19 patients administered intravenously.

        A week ago on Credlin, Sky News, the Deputy Chief Medical Officer Nick Coatsworth told Peta that vaccination does not provide immunity from the virus, it provides protection from the impact of the virus, and if a patient needs hospitalisation they are given “anti-viral treatments” to help them recover.

        In other words not a preventative or protective drug, a treatment.

  • DT 02/12/2021, 1:17 pm

    Candidates masquerading as “sensible right” and former major political party members or voters now Independent are in two camps, GetUp activist organisation and the Holmes a’ Court and associates funded Climate 200, both climate hoax and renewable energy supporters leaning left.

    Remember in 2019 and the list of wealthy renewable industry business people funding GetUp backed Independents? Well many are now funding Climate 200 Independents.

    These even include Windsor and Oakeshott and maybe they will also be Independent candidates? John Hewson is another supporter, the list of well known names are hoping to fool enough voters and gain influence in Federal Parliament at the expense of the Lib-Nats, but both appear to support Labor and Greens, like minded people apparently, renewable energy etc.

  • DT 02/12/2021, 3:24 pm

    Whitlam Labor and the UN Lima Agreement adverse impact on manufacturing in Australia, signed 1975.

    Also see the UN Agenda 21 which is another contribution to economic vandalism here.

    https://www.australianconservativecoalition.com/the-lima-declaration

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