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  • Albert 18/06/2019, 8:53 am
  • Aktosplatz 19/06/2019, 9:19 pm

    This is an example of ‘Virtue Signalling’ expressed in very plain language!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHnjlQC6Puw

  • Gregoryno6 20/06/2019, 9:03 pm
    • Pepperpete 20/07/2019, 10:24 am

      It was pretty obvious well before Morrison took the PM’s job that AC was failing. Cory could talk up a storm but came up short in the ‘doing’ department.

  • Aktosplatz 24/06/2019, 10:26 am

    This guy, Professor, Ian Plimer is a REAL Climate Scientist.
    Spare 15 minutes to watch this video, it’s well worth it.

    Professor Ian Plimer – Climate Change driven by the Sun

    Ian Rutherford Plimer is an Australian geologist, professor emeritus of earth sciences at the University of Melbourne, previously a professor of mining geology at the University of Adelaide, and the director of multiple mineral exploration and mining companies.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94BeCbh80EQ

    Recommended easy-to-read book, ‘How to get expelled from school.’

    • Albert 27/06/2019, 8:54 am

      Thanks for that lead, Akto. Plimer’s video should be compulsory viewing in schools, government offices and for that moron Clover Moore who has declared a climate emergency.

  • DT 27/06/2019, 4:05 pm

    Andrew Bolt, Herald Sun
    June 27, 2019 10:44am
    Marxism sure isn’t dead – not at Melbourne University, where it is now wearing the clothes of the global warming movement. Tony Thomas checks the astonishing new book written by the head of the university’s Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute.

    [Its] Director, Professor Brendan Gleeson, has just co-authored with staffer Dr Sam Alexander a book Degrowth in the Suburbs: A Radical Urban Imaginary.

    The book calls for the overthrow of capitalism en route to a mightily shrunken non–consumerist “eco-socialism”… MSSI last March also published an update by the Gleeson/Alexander duo, “showcasing new and exciting sustainability knowledge”.

    The authors respectfully quote Karl Marx and the Communist Manifesto of 1848. But they argue for a decarbonised Australia which for radicalism makes Marx and Engels seem mild as maiden aunts… The more pain for citizens the better, apparently, to “shake people awake”:

    “In our view, it is better that citizens are not in fact protected from every disruptive situation, given that encounter with crisis can play an essential consciousness-raising role”…

    … the authors time-travel to 2038 and discover what a success their policies have been. Large fossil-fuel companies are nationalized in a near “war time mobilization” and their workers handed a job guarantee in renewables.

    Graffiti daubers in 2038 instead write inspirational slogans: “Graffiti art sprayed all over Melbourne captured the spirit best: ‘I have a little; you have nothing; therefore, we have a little’”. Suburbanites share food from their vegie plots, eschew distant holidays (local trips show “hidden delights” within reach of a borrowed electric car), mend their own clothes, eat vegetarian and fertilise their backyard plots with nutrients from their composting toilets. “As old attitudes die, it is now broadly accepted that a civilized society in an era of water scarcity should not defecate into potable water…” they write.

    “Tiny houses” on wheels proliferate on idle driveways and spare rooms are opened to boarders. Homesteaders enjoy sewing, baking bread and brewing beer. (Home-brewed cider and port feature in Alexander’s previous yurts-and-jam-jar imaginings). People spend their leisure on “low-impact creative activity like music or art, home-based production, or sport.” But many sport fields get converted to cropping, which is tough on the likes of AFL fans who initially create “instances of social conflict” until won over by Gleeson and Alexander’s insights…

    The ‘vast majority’ of city people do some food-growing and bee-keeping in their welcome new roles as “urban peasantry”…

    The book says the “working class struggle” should involve, of course, a giant increase in State control for a “wholesale eco-socialist transition”. There would be “vastly increased democratic planning and perhaps even some rationing of key resources to ensure distributive equity” … with socialization of property per se likely later down the track.

    There’s much more. But here’s the problem. This kind of thinking – a mix of Marxism and Rousseau-inspired “back to nature”dreaming – is the product of a university institute backed by people with lots of corporate and institutional power:

    You may be wondering about this Sustainable Society Institute. It’s not some rogue element of the campus in a reefer-strewn Carlton hideaway but an interdisciplinary Melbourne University standard-bearer. It has a “diverse and vibrant Advisory Board of experts, leaders and champions of sustainability.” They include Nobelist Peter Doherty and the president, no less, of the university’s professorial board, Rachel Webster.

    Housed in the architecture faculty , it has a staff of 21 including four professors, 6-7 PhDs and 10 administrators. There goes about $3m salaries a year in tax and fees….

    Check out MSSI’s “diverse and vibrant advisory board of experts, leaders and champions of sustainability.” Chair is Melbourne’s deputy mayor Arron Wood, a graduate of the Climate Leadership program run by globe-trotting, CO2-belching Al Gore. Other members include John Bradley, State Environment Department head and previously CEO of power distributor Energy Networks; and various green group leaders like Katerina Gaita, CEO of “Climate for Change”…

    The MSSI board, apart from some vested interests, also bulges with corporate high-flyers… These barons and duchesses of a dying order include Rosemary Bissett, sustainability head of National Australia Bank; Gerard Brown, corporate affairs head of ANZ Bank; and Victoria McKenzie-McHarg, strategy manager at Bank Australia. She boasts of leading the campaign to replace Hazelwood power station… Then there’s Adam Fennessy, EY consultancies’ government strategy partner and ex-head of Victoria’s Environment Department. No green lobby would be replete without big emitter Qantas, and MSSI has Megan Flynn, listed as Qantas group environment and carbon strategy manager.

    Sanity is being smothered by a thick web of green networkers.

    • Pensioner Pete 28/06/2019, 4:14 pm

      DV: I have no doubts this mob will be ensuring they have a large number of ‘enforcers’, suitably dressed in black uniforms adorned with swastika badges, carrying automatic rifles and handguns, to ensure we all comply.

  • Bwana Neusi 28/06/2019, 11:15 am

    No mention of what they were smoking to arrive at this Nirvana.

  • Albert 29/06/2019, 9:49 am

    This is the work of some very mentally ill people indeed. The Flick Man should be called into clean out this infestation of madness.

    • Graham Richards 03/08/2019, 9:22 am

      Don’t think the Flick man would be as effective as theHitman!

  • TommyGun 30/06/2019, 4:31 am

    This is the best thing I have seen on Youtube:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2-e_wJthmk

    In 2 minutes it demolishes all transgender madness.

    Cheers,

    TG

    • Pensioner Pete 30/06/2019, 5:34 am

      TG: The lady nailed it firmly to the wall about all this ‘transgender’ nonsense.

  • DT 30/06/2019, 8:50 am

    Climate emergency, heatwave in France?

    Not so, the Hitler Youth Group reincarnation with blonde platted hair is wrong again, at least her instructors are;

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=40&v=SfYTEkSA9nI

  • Albert 01/07/2019, 10:14 am

    At last there is someone who is challenging the legality of local councils. I have for years contended that ‘local councils’ were unconstitutional and had no legal right to create by-laws and/or issue fines and charges.

    https://www.australianpatriotradio.com/apradio-podcast-30-06-2019/

  • Albert 02/07/2019, 9:58 am

    We have a new governor general and what a laughable appointment that is. This bloke is the one who kicked off and promoted the LGBTQXYZ debacle in the ADF and was instrumental in kicking Major Bernard Gaynor out of the army reserve because he expressed his Christian beliefs.
    This is up there with recognising Kevin Rudd in the Queen’s honours.

  • Neville 02/07/2019, 10:01 pm

    Tch! How dare you mock High Heels Hurley!
    Ya wouldn’t find ME doing that.

    • Bwana Neusi 03/07/2019, 11:40 am

      I thought it was mincing Morrison who lamented “Guys” as offensive.

  • Albert 04/07/2019, 9:27 am

    What do they think they are doing by bringing the criminal UN in to inspect anything in this country.

    https://www.smh.com.au/national/un-inspectors-to-visit-australian-prisons-under-anti-torture-pact-20190703-p523ti.html

  • Bwana Neusi 04/07/2019, 11:06 am

    When one tries to “reason” with an Extreme Left Democrat, remember you are dealing with a person who sincerely believes that a man can be a woman, and a woman can be a man and that such a delusion should be encouraged, not discouraged. Discouragement of the delusion is considered immoral and bigoted. Thus, our society has unnecessary dilemmas concerning bathrooms, athletic competition at all levels and “pronoun” controversies subjecting ourselves to all manner of laws, rules, regulation and more needless government control.

    Like it or not, that’s how it is. How to fit into this belief system?

    Here is a suggestion to break the left’s ridiculous gender ideology and denial of biological reality.

    President Trump should make a declaration that he is identifying as a woman. The left will have to (1) admit the absurdity of their gender ideology or (2) accept and celebrate “Donna Trump” as the first woman President, thus beating Hillary, Liz Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Kamala Harris and Kirsten Gillibrand to the glorious goal of one of their “female firsts.”

    Furthermore, if he remains married to Melania, he will also be the first gay president and the first lesbian president. He will also be the first lesbian president married to an immigrant! What a most glorious event for the Democrats to celebrate!

    Gosh, I love it when a plan comes together!

    • Aktosplatz 05/07/2019, 8:26 am

      Brilliant!!

  • Neville 04/07/2019, 6:56 pm

    Heavy LOL!!

  • Pensioner Pete 06/07/2019, 6:22 am

    Tommy Robinson being found guilty has implications for any who oppose Islam criminality in Britain, no doubt this type of suppression of truth will be visiting our shores in the near future.

    Copy and paste from Tommy Robinson:
    “If you haven’t already heard by now, I can inform you that I have today been found guilty of contempt of court along with other ridiculous add-on offences and am going to be sentenced next Thursday 11th July.

    It is looking like I am now going to be sent back to jail in 6 days time. Yes, that’s right, I am going to be sent to jail in 6 days time for asking convicted rapists, as a journalist “how are you feeling about your sentence?”, I have been refused by the judge to be given at least 4 weeks to prepare a pre-sentence report which is unheard of. Murderers, rapists, terrorists, all of these are given time to prepare pre-sentence reports and other necessary assessments before they are sentenced, but of course not me!

    The judge wants me back in court on next Thursday 11th July so my punishment or prison sentence can be expedited.

    I will say this plainly and straight to the point:

    I NEED YOUR HELP URGENTLY

    I have huge grounds for an appeal, of which my legal team need to begin working on getting lodged immediately from today. Which means I can then apply for bail from prison hopefully. However we need the lawyers literally working 24 hours a day until next Thursday in order to find how I can appeal this decision!
    So if you can help and support me in getting through this then as I have already said many times before, I am eternally grateful. For me this is a matter of life and death, having come close to those who literally want to kill me in prison coupled with prison officers who are complicit in turning a blind eye and allowing inmates to attack. I don’t wish to die in prison, SO I NEED THE BEST LEGAL COUNSEL ON THIS RIGHT NOW researching and finding a way of how I fight this.”

  • Aktosplatz 07/07/2019, 7:43 pm

    Viewers are taking action about the Bias of the BBC. We need this here against the ABC

    BBC backlash: Beeb facing legal challenge as viewers raise thousands to tackle ‘bias’

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1150214/BBC-bias-bbc-tv-licence-fee-pensioners

  • TommyGun 08/07/2019, 6:26 pm

    Ha! The bastards are now facing their second civil lawsuit following on from the Geoffrey Rush suit. I would say that Jarratt has an even better case than GR. I hope the man-hating bastards are bled white.

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-07-08/john-jarratt-sues-the-daily-telegraph-for-defamation/11287906

  • seadogger 12/07/2019, 6:05 am

    Message for MalMo….
    Olde saying in the bush and I have seen this carved into timber hanging over the fireplaces in several homesteads.

    IF YOUR NEIGHBORS GO TO CHURCH GET UP EARLY AND BRAND YOUR CATTLE

    • Botswana O'Hooligan 12/07/2019, 7:29 am

      Am sure that some of them used to have a family coat of arms featuring a sliver of a moon, a branding iron, and a cleanskin! When possible it is always best practice to get a killer elsewhere for as sure as eggs “elsewhere” is getting a killer from you to balance nature out.

      • OPA 12/07/2019, 11:00 am

        WTF!!!??

    • Gregoryno6 04/08/2019, 4:58 pm

      Brings to mind a quote from William S Burroughs:
      “If you are doing business with a religious son of a bitch, get it in writing. His word ain’t worth shit – not with the Good Lord telling him how to f**k you on the deal.”

  • Aktosplatz 12/07/2019, 6:07 pm

    Tony Abbott’s Concession Speech for Warringah

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZswrwanlK_4

    Quadrant’s take on Tony Abbott’s loss at Warringah.

    https://quadrant.org.au/opinion/qed/2019/07/the-political-euthanising-of-tony-abbott/

  • Gregoryno6 13/07/2019, 9:30 am
  • AB 16/07/2019, 1:34 am

    https://youtu.be/JDVT-8tUfiE

    Maybe ScoMo on the right path quoting Reagan

  • Pensioner Pete 17/07/2019, 6:02 am

    It has taken over ten years for the admission to be made by Queensland Police, carjackings are out of control. The cops are a bit slow when it comes to realisations, however, they eventually got there with this issue, including they do not have sufficient resources to adequately deal with carjackings. I have no doubts, should the coppers pull their ‘resources away from revenue raising activities, they may in fact, come within a bulls roar of bringing carjackings, home invasions, bashings and all those fun things criminals are doing, under some semblance of control.

    Instead of police taking the usual tack of blaming innocent citizens for this crime, perhaps help us by fully identifying the criminal types involved, so we may take action accordingly.

    Refers: https://www.9news.com.au/national/carjacking-queensland-motorists-urged-to-personally-protect-cars-amid-carjacking-spike/90a028a8-96ad-486c-849c-006ffa9de156

  • Gregoryno6 17/07/2019, 7:38 am

    If a certain former member for Warringah was still in politics, the MSM would be looking for ways to tie him to the latest pedo scandal in the US too.
    “A man who claims he once spoke at a bus station to another man who said he knew someone who went to school with Tony Abbott has been implicated in the Jeffrey Epstein affair…”

  • Aktosplatz 17/07/2019, 1:11 pm

    These Climate Change Activists in Brisbane are blocking the streets during rush hour. In my view, the Climate Change activists are not the real problem, The real problems are Labor Government, Soft Magistrates, and Sh-t Scared Police.

    One magistrate ( obviously a woman) said if the activist in court was her daughter she would be ‘proud of her’. Another one fines another activist One dollar!

    Our authorities, Government, Police, and Courts have abdicated their collective responsibilities.

    And therefore we haved this:-

    Police warn against vigilante reprisals during Brisbane blockade next week

    https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/police-warn-against-vigilante-reprisals-during-brisbane-blockade-next-week-20190711-p526bi.html

    • Aktosplatz 17/07/2019, 4:24 pm

      The above information was obtained from 4BC/2GB & the Brisbane Times. I believe Peta Credlin has had a few things to say about this on Sky.

  • Aktosplatz 17/07/2019, 1:15 pm

    MM Please post only my user name especially when I am criticising the authorities, in fact please remove the above post on the climate change activists

    Thanks you

  • Big Toe Hurts 19/07/2019, 3:31 pm

    Does anyone else share the frustration of being unable to obtain a straight answer about rates from our energy suppliers?

  • Big Toe Hurts 19/07/2019, 3:41 pm

    In principal, is there really any difference between the Labor government Pyramid Building Society stuff up, where the taxpayers were slugged a 3 cents per litre fuel levy to cover losses and the current Labor government inflammable building cladding stuff up where new apartment owners will be slugged $2200.00 +?

  • Pepperpete 19/07/2019, 4:34 pm

    Would someone like to chip in and make up the $380K loss Mrs Pepper and I suffered in the GFC? If so, drop me a line and I’ll supply bank details.

    BTH, both propositions are a socialists approach to how to cover a loss. People need to do their due diligence and check out all aspects of a purchase or investment. Do not assume someone in the government has your best interests at heart. They don’t. And dlook to government to provide all answers and fix all problems, because they are the reason most things go belly up in the first place.

    • Big Toe Hurts 19/07/2019, 4:47 pm

      Like your GFC loss PP. Government at the time refused to compensate me for my losing Tatts ticket investment. Same principal as Pyramid, high risk, high return.

      • Pepperpete 19/07/2019, 6:38 pm

        🙂 🙂

  • Pepperpete 19/07/2019, 4:37 pm

    Ooops. How do I edit on this forum?

    • Neville 19/07/2019, 9:46 pm

      When you post, and edit link allows you to amend what you just wrote – look under your comment as it processes and then appears.

      • Pepperpete 20/07/2019, 10:27 am

        Thanks Neville. Have worked it out now. Bit slow.

  • Sir Peter 19/07/2019, 9:56 pm

    Are we allowed to say “Tommy Robinson” on this website?

  • Pepperpete 20/07/2019, 11:06 am

    Anyone in the US who speaks out against the position being pushed by the Left Wing Media and Tech Giant Socialists will be silenced. “Will it happen here?” You bet it will.
    https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2019/07/19/twitter-suspends-angel-mom-for-posting-about-illegal-immigration/

  • fred 20/07/2019, 12:30 pm

    I see on BOM that we are having the worst drought in 126 years what happened to the 2000 to 2010 drought and Albo is telling us that it is the worst drought in history. Where was he living when the 10 year drought going on and every other short drought that have happened in the last 30 Years.

    • Neville 20/07/2019, 1:40 pm

      Where he and all his lefty-greeny-liebor mates live, Fred – deep in the bubble of the union-greeny-lefty-liebor jellyfish blob, which is a place where the country, the economy, morals, truth, and facts don’t matter in their little echo-chamber bubble where the rules are political back-stabbing, virtue-signalling, marxist nodding, and victimology-tribalistic divide-and-conquer socialism-creeping.

      • fred 20/07/2019, 1:55 pm

        Neville
        there was to much reality going on in that post but belive

    • Pensioner Pete 21/07/2019, 6:49 am

      I read this report from BOM, then buggar me, the next day, CSIRO scientists re-affirmed the Federation Drought of the early 1900’s was and remains the worst drought visited upon Australia in our history, thus contradicting the BOM bullshit.

      Whilst the region where I live is in it’s seventh year of severe drought, nary a mention of the economic hardship experienced here, nary a mention of the high suicide rates and nary a mention the Puzzleduck Labor government is removing all drought related subsidies in 2020. It is as if the Outback of Central Western Queensland no longer exists, particularly in the eyes of the Puzzleduck/Triad Labor Queensland State Government.

      A demonstration of how we feel about this lack of interest by Labor was clearly shown at the last Federal Election, when the National Party’s David Littleproud won the booth of Barcaldine, the birthplace of the Australian Labor Party way back in the late 1890’s, post shearer’s strike. This win by David Littleproud struck at and in the very heart of Labor and for good reason.

  • Pensioner Pete 21/07/2019, 6:41 am

    Another total failure by our government to protect us from traitorous scum returning from killing rampages to tool up and continue the killing rampages in Australia. Refers: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7267903/Security-fears-40-jihadis-accused-fleeing-Australia-join-Islamic-State-return-home.html

    How strange the MSM is not making this headline news.

  • Pepperpete 21/07/2019, 12:33 pm

    Brave New World
    Any one else reaching the breaking point dealing with constant tech problems with NBN, Amazon, banks, mobile phone, TV streaming providers, on-line shopping, credit cards.
    Why are we spending much of our time sorting these tech issues for major service providers? I just want to get on with living a normal life. Spending hours on the phone or online dealing with a technology that is failing us.
    The systems buggered.

  • Albert 22/07/2019, 9:40 am
    • Biking Voter 22/07/2019, 3:19 pm

      In Canberra more a case of the bland leading the bland I would think.

  • Albert 22/07/2019, 9:50 am

    Would our reverred bureaucrats do this to us?

    https://www.australianpatriotradio.com/apradio-podcast-21-07-2019/

  • Albert 23/07/2019, 9:14 am

    Australian Patriot Radio exposes the illegality of local government (councils):

    https://www.australianpatriotradio.com/apradio-podcast-22-07-2019/

    • luk1955 30/07/2019, 12:42 pm

      IN 2 referendums voted on by citizens, we twice said no to the recognition of local government, the last being in 1988. Of course, the pollies have completely ignored us and continued on with their scamming of our monies.

  • Pensioner Pete 23/07/2019, 3:34 pm

    Whilst 65% of Queensland is drought declared, (refers: https://www.farmerdisastersupport.org.au/65-per-cent-of-queensland-drought-declared/) many areas being in the seventh year of severe drought, we have this diversionary tactic being played by an incompetent and uncaring Labor Government.

    Are these idiots not aware, the last several Olympics spelt economic disaster for the host cities/nations, we have Puzzleduck/Triad seeking to well and truly send Queensland down the gurgler, into worse debt, currently running over $80 Billion. Where is the money for the dams, the Modified Bradfield Scheme, irrigation channels etc., this infrastructure actually strengthens the economy, not weaken it like an Olympic spend-fest.
    Refers: https://www.9news.com.au/national/qld-launches-olympic-bid-taskforce/a513376c-c054-471c-b38e-13f6249ea53a

    • luk1955 30/07/2019, 12:44 pm

      Hello PP i have noticed that also. And the wonderful stadium built have gone to weeds and crumbling concrete.

  • Pepperpete 23/07/2019, 7:09 pm
  • Gregoryno6 23/07/2019, 11:30 pm

    Okay, Boris. Show us what you’re made of.
    Brexit the arse off the EU!
    https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/07/23/boris-johnson-wins-uk-leadership-race-will-be-prime-minister/

  • Pepperpete 24/07/2019, 2:12 pm

    We are going the same way as the United States. Media personalities, musicians, athletes and entertainers are mistaken for people of importance with some people hanging on every word their favourite personality utters and shape their lives and opinions accordingly. Why?
    At times I’ve needed a doctor.
    I’ve needed and respect nurses and teachers.
    We need farmers every day to survive.
    And where would we be without the police, para medics and fire fighters?
    I’ve also needed an auto mechanic, house painter, plumber and a lot of other hard working people.
    But, I have never, not even once, needed a actor or, media personality or a musician for anything remotely important to my life.
    So, why are we constantly bombarded by the shallow opinions of these narcissists.

    • Neville 24/07/2019, 9:06 pm

      Tick!

    • Aktosplatz 25/07/2019, 1:09 pm

      The reason why we are bombarded by these ‘non -performers – in – real society’, is because the other ‘non-performers’ ( the paparazzi & media) keep ramming it down our throats.

    • TommyGun 31/07/2019, 5:20 am

      Ditto.
      It was especially gratifying, though, to watch as several of these talentless sycophant suckholes literally imploded when Trump beat Clinton!

  • Gregoryno6 27/07/2019, 9:29 am

    Another sign that conservative politicians are rediscovering their spines? We can only hope!
    The story itself is paywalled. But with this headline, who needs the story?
    From today’s West Australian:
    “No welcome to country ceremony for WA Liberal Party’s annual State conference.”

    • Pensioner Pete 27/07/2019, 2:17 pm

      One can only hope this is the beginning of the end of this invented claptrap, and spreads throughout Australia.

      • TommyGun 31/07/2019, 5:22 am

        I hope it spreads faster than a dose of clap through a Schoolies gathering.

  • Aktosplatz 27/07/2019, 10:13 am

    A Statue of Tony Abbott? Well, well, well. I like the idea but the ferals in the community will be unable to stop themselves defacing it.

    https://www.2gb.com/calls-for-statue-of-tony-abbott-to-be-erected/

  • Gregoryno6 28/07/2019, 1:31 pm
    • Pensioner Pete 28/07/2019, 4:48 pm

      😉

  • Aktosplatz 29/07/2019, 10:15 am

    Now I’ve seen everything!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IV4IjHz2yIo

    • Pepperpete 01/08/2019, 6:59 pm

      After that, there can be no doubt about the size of Putin’s balls.

  • Gregoryno6 30/07/2019, 7:58 am

    Office communications.
    Email, all staff, from me:
    “Would the owner of a black bowl please report to the lunch room fridge? The remains of your meal are turning a lovely shade of blue.”

  • Gregoryno6 31/07/2019, 9:18 am

    A campaign is building against a non-indigenous company that has bought the rights to the red, black and yellow.
    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-06-11/new-licence-owners-of-aboriginal-flag-threaten-football-codes/11198002

  • Albert 01/08/2019, 9:53 am
  • Pepperpete 01/08/2019, 7:06 pm

    Gold sky high and the US and China slowing down. What next?

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-07-31/million-job-cuts-india-point-economic-turmoil

    Might be a good time to get a few chooks and start that vege garden.

    • Pensioner Pete 02/08/2019, 9:33 am

      Pepperpete: This suggests war is on the horizon.

  • Aktosplatz 03/08/2019, 8:10 am

    There’s a lesson for Advocates of Voting in a ‘First Past the Post’ Election. The latest Brecon By Election in England has given the Liberal Democrat Party a win over the Conservatives.

    The Joker in The Pack is Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party.

    The Lib Dems won at 43%; Conservatives 39%, and Brexit Party 10%. In Australia the Brexit Party would have added their 10% to the Conservatives and thus would have won handsomely, strengthening Brexit.

    Instead, a Strong ‘Remain’ Party , the Lib Dems, have just destroyed Boris Johnson’s plans for Brexit, his overall majority is only now 1, ansd another CINO (Conservative in Name Only) is threatening to defect.

    We are cursed with LINOs here and CINOs over there.

    Boris will have to call a Genereal Election now, but he will have to form an alliance with Nigel Farage or it’s all over, for Brexit.

    • Pensioner Pete 03/08/2019, 10:36 am

      Akto: If it is all over for Brexit, then it most certainly is all over for democracy in Britain, as clearly, the will of the people is not worth two bob.

  • Pensioner Pete 04/08/2019, 4:44 pm

    This one is a goodun from the Queensland Labor Government. It could be called a ‘Clayton’s holiday’. Refers: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7318383/New-public-holiday-declared-Australia-day-off.html?ito=rss-flipboard

  • Aktosplatz 05/08/2019, 10:28 am

    In 1956 Manchester City beat Birmingham City in the FA Cup Final at Wembley stadium.

    The Man City Goalkeeper was a German National, Bert Trautmann, who was quite outstanding.

    Although Manchester City won 3-1, Trautmann broke his neck towards the end of the game but played on.

    And now a bio pic movie has been released called ‘The Keeper’.

    The Keeper – about Bert Trautmann the German Goalkeeper for Manchester City who broke his neck in the 1956 FA Cup Final. Bert was an ex paratrooper in German Forces in WW2, but elected to stay on in England when the war ended. He had been captured and was a prisoner of war.
    He put his skills as a paratrooper to use as a goalkeeper for Manchester City FC.

    Short highlights of the actual match showing how Bert got his injury and heroically played on (this is incredible) :-

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceYW9YpqN10

  • Pensioner Pete 06/08/2019, 6:46 am

    A clear admission of failure to maintain adequate fuel stocks in Australia by our government. Refers: https://www.9news.com.au/national/politics-news-australia-negotiating-with-united-states-to-buy-oil/741ac325-b2a2-4404-a045-d68d8da79787

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