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  • Bwana Neusi 12/11/2019, 11:29 am

    Time for Delcons and Deplorable to ramp up the anti on Halal tax.
    How many sheeples eat their Cadbury chocolate and unwittingly pay the Muslim tax?
    Most corporations paying the halal certification(muslim tax) work on the basis that the sheeples have short memories and the outrage will slowly die away as they forget and succumb to their new masters.

    • Neville 13/11/2019, 1:19 am

      I never buy Cadburys.
      Anyway, Lindt is better chocolate, often costs LESS in the supermarket, and Lindt has a policy of (metaphorically) telling halal bullshit artists to go f**k themselves.

  • Cliff 13/11/2019, 6:25 am

    I must admit, I have religiously (?) steered clear of Cadbury products since the halal business surfaced. However, I accept that it is a forlorn protest, as so many other everyday products also have the halal tax included in their price, it is almost impossible to avoid them.

    Even Coopers Beer have succumbed to the scam. How does that work? Beer with a halal tick of approval?

    And #### Vegemite. Vegemite!

    • Botswana O'Hooligan 13/11/2019, 9:22 am

      Many of the things that have a halal tax paid on them are not marked with the logo so we get caught for the companies have got cunning. We stopped buying Cadbury Kraft stuff and switched from Vegemite to Promite because Promite wasn’t marked halal but Promite is halal when you look at the halal website. We need politicians with guts and not these nimby pamby bludgers we have. Just as an aside, even Sanitarium paid the halal tax. So much for God botherers.

  • Aktosplatz 13/11/2019, 2:22 pm

    Another African Sh-thole behaves like a Sh-thole!!

    Hope no aid is going there from Australia.


  • DT 13/11/2019, 3:37 pm

    @ JoNova, a comment …

    November 13, 2019 at 12:58 pm · Reply
    I’m going to post this again, as it easily gets lost in the comments.

    The CSIRO’s principal research scientist, Phil Cheney, Australia’s foremost bushfire researcher, also blames the intensity of the fires on the fact that, “for the last 30 years there has been a continuing decline in operational prescribed burning”. He said yesterday the January fires were “a truly historic event [producing] probably the most extreme, widespread and continuously burnt area in living history”.

    And the reason history was made? “Really the only thing that has changed is burning practices.” The gradual removal of grazing stock from mountain areas had also allowed undergrowth to build up, he said.

    The amount of fuel on the ground had a quantifiable effect on the speed and intensity of a fire, combined with weather and slope variables, said Cheney. If ground fuel was kept under control, with regular cool, controlled burns in winter, a fire would usually peter out in a eucalypt forest. Hazard reduction did not prevent fires, but it kept them manageable.

    But, said Cheney, there had been a gradual transfer of responsibility from land managers to firefighters, from prevention to suppression, probably because it was more “politically attractive. You have heroes, big dramas, helicopters.”

    So while millions of dollars are spent on sophisticated firefighting toys like the Elvis chopper, there is no money for the kind of professional, scientific prescribed burning program that would prevent huge, runaway fires.

    The extent of green opposition to hazard reduction was clear in the days following the Canberra tragedy. The NSW Nature Conservation Council on January 21 denounced the practice as “futile” and a “knee-jerk reaction”. The NCC chairman, Rob Pallin, said: “People who claim that hazard reduction burning is a cure- all for bushfire risk are either fooling themselves or deliberately trying to fool the public.”


    Note that the Nature Conservation Council is not an independent professional advisory body, but a green advocacy group accorded stakeholder status alongside the Fire Services and land management agencies….. here they repeat (again) the lie that advocates of fuel management think it a “cure-all”.

  • DT 14/11/2019, 5:03 pm
  • DT 14/11/2019, 5:10 pm

    Published: 12 June 2013

    Traditional burning

    Traditional burning. Photo © Parks and Wildlife

    Before Aboriginal people populated the Australian continent some 40,000 to 60,000 years ago, the major cause of fires would have been lightning. Aboriginal people learnt to harness the naturally recurring fire caused by lightning and other sources to their advantage, which resulted in skilful burning of landscapes for many different purposes.

    Fire was used to:

    make access easier through thick and prickly vegetation
    maintain a pattern of vegetation to encourage new growth and attract game for hunting
    encourage the development of useful food plants, for cooking, warmth, signalling and spiritual reasons.
    Early European explorers and settlers commented on the Aboriginal people’s familiarity with fire, and the presence of fire in the landscape continually throughout the year. Most of the fires were relatively low intensity and did not burn large areas.

    This constant use of fire by Aboriginal people as they went about their daily lives most likely resulted in a fine grained mosaic of different vegetation and fuel ages across the landscape. As a result, large intense bushfires were uncommon.

    Fire is a significant part of Aboriginal culture and the knowledge of its use has been retained by many Aboriginal families as their culture and values are shared between generations. Karla Wongi – Fire Talk is an interesting article that provides additional information.

    The plants and animals themselves provide clues to the ubiquitous presence of fire.

    Fire fact
    Fossil records and charcoal deposits indicate that fire has been present for at least 30 million years in the Australian landscape in response to periods of aridity.

    WA Government website

  • Aktosplatz 15/11/2019, 8:11 am

    Two very interesting episodes of ‘Yes Minister’ concerning the EU. Mrs Thatcher always said that this portrayal of Ministerial life in the UK was very accurate.

    Explaining the EU


    Why the UK is in the EU


  • DT 15/11/2019, 9:02 am
  • Graham Richards 17/11/2019, 10:03 am

    So now our Queensland volunteer, wife beating fire fighters, are paedophiles as well.
    I think the volunteer fire fighters should point out that they no longer have time to fight fires threatening lives and property because they’re tooo busy beating their wives and raping children. Therefore the State government had best find another 15000 volunteers who are prepared to put up with beareucratic humiliation.

    Once again the the Federal Government is in full agreement with both accusations as, so far they are silent. This is obviously implied agreement with the disgusting state dictators hiding behind legislation designed for other work designations.

    I believe the Unions are behind this move to force volunteers into the claws of the unions. The unions are losing members as fast as a mangy dog loses its hair. Labor government working in harmony with unions, a pair of mangy flea ridden dogs!!

  • Aktosplatz 18/11/2019, 11:48 pm

    Boris Johnson pledges cut in business rates in bid to woo Confederation of British Industry.

    We need his energy and enthusiasm in our PM here, I hope someone reminds Scott Morrison that Business – especially Small Business – is the lifeblood of our economy. He could start by watching Boris and take a few notes too.


  • Botswana O'Hooligan 19/11/2019, 8:02 am

    On the blue card business, some people volunteered to help clean up Brisbane suburbs after the last big flood and were told that they would have to have one of those blue cards before being allowed to work around houses helping clean up because of children etc.

    • DT 19/11/2019, 9:12 am

      Does that mean that Kevin07 from Queensland cannot carry a suitcase on his head without a blue card?

      • Botswana O'Hooligan 20/11/2019, 7:54 am

        It is farcical when you come to think of it for taking the blue card bit to its conclusion everyone in any family should have a blue card. Catch 22.

  • Aktosplatz 19/11/2019, 8:49 pm

    You know, Peta Credlin is a damned good interviewer. She asks the questions and waits for the answers.

    You will listen to this with your head in your hands, as I just did, and it’s about energy, and Angus Taylor.


    • Albert 20/11/2019, 8:23 am

      Akto, I live in Victoriastan as a matter of circumstance and not by choice. When I arrived at my present location near Ballarat I took a drive around and was stunned by the number of wind generators there were perched on top of hills in every direction and more being erected in order to satisfy Daniel Andrew’s crazy renewable plan.
      I then discovered that at the small farming town of Rokewood they planned, in concert with the dysfunctional Golden Plains Council a wind farm consisting of 228 wind generators. I have commented on that grand piece of lunacy previously but it is so mind numbingly arrogant and dismissive of the welfare of those living in the vicinity, of their stock, of their health and their future that I must continue to highlight it when I can.
      This is the future of electricity supply in Victoriastan.

  • Aktosplatz 20/11/2019, 8:37 am

    Better buck next time! Hilarious video shows wild deer’s shocked reaction when a statue he’s humping loses its head

    A hilarious video filmed in Eldorado, Illinois, on November 9 shows a wild buck shooting its shot with a deer statue in a family’s backyard

    The wild clip shows the large deer scoping his surroundings before he mounts the statue

    He keeps trying to adjust when all of a sudden, the statue’s head pops off

    Buck looks around shocked before sniffing the fallen head


  • DT 24/11/2019, 5:01 pm
    • Botswana O'Hooligan 25/11/2019, 8:28 am

      Thanks DT. I remember having a couple of beers with my three sons and discussing this misnamed “carbon” business when the nonsense started and we had tears of laughter running down our legs about the experts trying to introduce a tax on a colourless, odourless, trace gas in the atmosphere. How wrong we were.

  • Aktosplatz 27/11/2019, 8:44 am

    Latest quip about the removal of Prince Andrew from “Official Duties”.

    ‘Man who does nothing for a living, will now officially do nothing for a living but now in private’

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 27/11/2019, 4:10 pm
  • Aktosplatz 27/11/2019, 7:00 pm

    I see the ‘Ghost’*has returned and is rabbiting on about a Republic again with Albasleeze. It doesn’t take long; the Ghost* is unable to keep his trap shut. The Ghost* has also advised Morrison he should not involve the NSW Police regarding ‘The Minister to Keep Electricity Prices Down’.
    (*Ghost = Rowan Dean’s delightful name for Turnbull)

    • Albert 28/11/2019, 7:22 am

      He really is a sad joke, Akto. Call him what you like, ‘Ghost’, ‘Turdball’, ‘Mansion’, they are all suitable. That pathetic excuse for a man has failed monumentally and everything he touches turns to excrement as he trundles down the path of undermining the nation to extract revenge for the damage he has really done to himself.

      • Botswana O'Hooligan 28/11/2019, 8:30 am

        His biggest failure is to our Australia, think of what would have become us and in fact will become us if we ever have a republic because someone, some bastard like he or even worse than he, will stuff the country completely.

  • DT 30/11/2019, 5:30 am

    “You’re asking Warmists to be more logically and factually correct in their terminology. Neglecting the small detail that they (the core people anyway) are deliberately lying. They are running a mind-control propaganda and ‘science’ fakery project, for fairly hideous ideological reasons.

    I don’t think they are going to adjust their language for any reason other than fine tuning the lies to suit ongoing events and perceptions. Like changing ‘Anthropogenic Global Warming’ to ‘Climate Change’ (when it became obvious it wasn’t actually warming any more) and now the wonderful epithet ‘Climate Change Denier.’ Which is most ironic (unintentionally), since it’s the Warmists who deny the Earth’s climate is almost always changing and often goes through dramatic swings in average temp, glaciation, sea level, atmospheric CO2 levels, etc. This is what you get when you orbit a variable star.

    I can’t wait to see how their spiel changes to adapt to the New Little Ice Age, as it really starts to (frost)bite. Which btw… is why Australia has such a drought (and hence fires) atm. Ice ages always start with severe widespread drought. Cooling ocean surface and atmosphere, less evaporation from the oceans, and shorter rain-out paths. Means less rain on the land.”

    Read at JoNova

    • DT 30/11/2019, 7:29 am

      Sept. 27, 2018: The sun is entering one of the deepest Solar Minima of the Space Age. Sunspots have been absent for most of 2018, and the sun’s ultraviolet output has sharply dropped. New research shows that Earth’s upper atmosphere is responding.

      “We see a cooling trend,” says Martin Mlynczak of NASA’s Langley Research Center. “High above Earth’s surface, near the edge of space, our atmosphere is losing heat energy. If current trends continue, it could soon set a Space Age record for cold.”

      • Botswana O'Hooligan 30/11/2019, 8:53 am

        You have been listening to my missus again for she along with many of her ex colleagues in Russia believe we could be heading for another maunder minimum. In essence DT, those people are scientists who believe that science is never settled and it is almost impossible to collate enough data to prove that the climate swings are man made anyway. Anyone who uses a computer, in essence a fancy calculator, knows that if you put the wrong numbers in you are going to get wrong answers and no matter how many times you put the wrong data in the result will still be wrong.

  • Aktosplatz 30/11/2019, 8:00 am

    We want our money back – Mrs Thatcher to the EU


  • Aktosplatz 30/11/2019, 8:57 am

    Terrorist attack on London Bridge, 2 people died
    • Six people tackle knife wielding terrorist to the ground, and remove one of his two knives
    • Police arrive quickly
    • Police get brave public to stand clear from the perpetrator
    • Police slot the terrorist dead – situation made safe

    Terrible for the victims and families. Full of admiration for the public and then the police who decided to end the matter there and then.

    That’s how this sort of thing should be handled, well done guys.

  • Cliff 01/12/2019, 6:45 am

    I was visiting friends when we saw the video showing the police ending the incident. The wife was horrified that they did not take the killer prisoner. I suspect that there will be others who will say the same. Far better, I think, to grant any such people their wish to join their promised 72 virgins with minimum delay. Particularly if they are lifting their shirt to show the police their suicide vest, be it a fake one or not.

    • DT 01/12/2019, 8:38 am

      Untrained observers often draw the wrong conclusions, they even provide different versions of what they witnessed.

  • Xword 01/12/2019, 10:50 am

    Latest update on Prince Andrew on Earl Of Taint website

  • DT 02/12/2019, 7:23 am

    There is no climate emergency.

    Signed by many qualified people;


  • Botswana O'Hooligan 02/12/2019, 8:31 am

    That bastard Ronald Biggs robbed me too for the company kept a motel suite in Melbourne on a sort of stand by basis for we Brisbane crews and if we didn’t need it by 9 p.m. each night they could rent it out. Most of us kept a bit of gear there in a cupboard and I had a bottle of single malt and some pipe tobacco in the cupboard. They rented the room out to Biggs as it later turned out just before he shot thru and he took my single malt, Catholic pipe tobacco (Three Nuns) and a carton of B&H belonging to someone else. I later wrote to HM Government after he was apprehended, explained the circumstances, and asked that he be hanged by the neck well and truly but never did get a reply. When they do things like that you have to wonder why we bail them out each time they get involved in a bloody war.

  • Albatross 05/12/2019, 8:09 am

    In the middle of Pat Condell’s latest offering, ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_ajM-jcmnU ), he refers to the current British Labour Party in terms that I think most here would say apply, with incredible accuracy, to the current Australian Labor Party.

    If you can’t be bothered to listen to his Brexit comments, do yourself a favour and listen, at least, to 3.25 to 4.35.

    • Aktosplatz 06/12/2019, 9:26 am

      You’re absolutely right Alba. Pat’s description of the UK Labour Party matches exactly what our Labor Party is like.

      • DT 07/12/2019, 7:25 am

        The spin doctor who created PM Gillard’s accusation stunt that Opposition Leader Abbott is a misogynist was created by UK Labour Spin Doctor McTiernan who was hired by SA Labor and later by Federal Labor, here on a 457 Visa.

        UK Labour also first created the images of a great educator, PM Blair, and like Australia the standard of education slipped well down the international listing.

    • luk1955 08/12/2019, 7:29 am

      There are no politicians or bureaucraps in Australia who are as sane as Pat. He cannot be called a liar because everything he says is true.

  • DT 05/12/2019, 2:22 pm

    US Navy placed orders for new nuclear submarines for much less money than the Australian French modified submarines?


    Link found at Michael Smith News

  • DT 05/12/2019, 5:20 pm

    Climate And The Money Trail.



  • Albert 07/12/2019, 9:49 am

    What an absolute disgrace this atrocity was and is. It is now confirmed that Aborigines are exempt from any form of animal cruelty laws that apply to the rest of us.
    That disgusting individual escapes without even a slap on the wrist with a feather because it is OK for Aborigines to exercise extreme and obscene animal cruelty as it is in line with their culture.
    So now you have it folks; there is one set of rules for us and an entirely different set of rules for Aborigines.


    • Pensioner Pete 07/12/2019, 12:53 pm

      Take a gander at how sea turtles are treated by ‘traditional’ persons along the coastline of Cape York Peninsular, where the poor turtle is placed on it’s back in the blazing hot sun for days – alive, whilst undergoing partial butchering, leaving the poor turtle in obvious agony, or how the dugong is treated whilst using traditional hunting methods of an outboard powered tinny and powered hunting implements.

      Also, take a gander at how dogs and horses are treated in the Cape York communities, yet the RSPCA will not under any circumstance, enter these communities, or launch any form of legal action against those who mistreat these animals, despite formal complaints being made. Some may recall the event some years ago, when horses were removed from Palm Island off Townsville due to horrendous mistreatment.

      • luk1955 08/12/2019, 7:24 am

        Remarkably similar to the islamic practice of halal where animals are butchered without anasthetic or stunning so the animals can feel the full pain. Halal, the financing of islamic terrorism.

      • Botswana O'Hooligan 08/12/2019, 8:21 am

        Friday used to be the day on TI when they butchered Dugong on the beach near the Federal Hotel and yes, the bastards used to tip Turtles on their backs and butcher them bit by bit. The thing that used to get to most of us was that they were allowed to use outboard powered dinghies to catch stuff instead of the supposed “traditional” methods.

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 09/12/2019, 11:50 am

    Good on PP for the heads up. The bottom line is that this government and for that matter too, most other governments, do things by stealth when it comes to the people on the land and the people on the land wake up one morning to discover that they have been duded once again. Government, and these green bastards who influence them work on the principle that the man on the land is raping and pillaging it to the point of destruction and at that point the man on the land will move on and do it all over again somewhere else. Most people on the land have been there for generations and so they care for their land as no one else would for it is not only their livelihood but that of their children, grand children, and so on down the line. The big fear we should have in Queensland is that Labor will retain power at the next election.

  • Pensioner Pete 09/12/2019, 4:05 pm

    Here we go again.

    Not a dam built, no infrastructure being built or planned to be built in the rural and regional sectors to support and boost the Queensland economy, yet the Labor cretins can find both the time and the money to proceed with the Olympic Games lunacy.

    The list of counties who have hosted the Olympic Games in the recent past have gone broke doing so, yet Puzzleduck and Triad, responsible for the $90 Billion debt carried by the Queensland Government have the gall to give a green light to pursuing the Olympic Games for Queensland. What complete and utter idiots!!

    Refers – debt: https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/politics/queensland/queensland-budget-more-tax-and-debt-as-state-weathers-economic-storm-20190605-p51uuu.html

    Refers – Olympic Games: https://www.9news.com.au/national/queensland-2032-olympics-bid-premier-to-reveal-decision/631b3d6b-1792-4d0a-97c9-4aa13766fd42

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