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20.01.22.  Restrictions including COVID-19 passes, mask mandates, and work-from-home guidance will be removed in England, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Wednesday. Johnson also suggested that self-isolation rules may also be thrown out at the end of March as the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic becomes endemic. Effective immediately, the UK government is no longer asking people to work from home. The COVID pass mandate for nightclubs and large events won’t be renewed when it expires on Jan. 26. More

20.01.22.  The UN reckons North Koreans live under “systematic, widespread and gross human rights violations” laid down by the bloated Fat Kim. Isolated from the rest of the world, North Korea has been ruled by the Kim family for three generations, and its beleaguered citizens are required to show complete devotion to the family and its current leader, Kim Jong-un. The state controls everything, and spies on its citizens using a vast surveillance and informer network of dobbers. The economy is also strictly controlled and the government funnels most of its money into nuclear and missile programmes despite widespread shortages of food, fuel and other basic necessities. More

iThe video below captures the volcano’s sonic boom! More

20.01.22.  Being assertive in leadership is a commodity rarely related to Scott Morrison, except when dealing with his coterie of work companions which then rises decisively as the reactive sandbox bully. Acceptance to Morrison’s play school should have a leading clause on the application: “I, (your name) as a requirement of acceptance to the Morrison cabal do hereby grant permission to be lobotomised and thus eschew every notion of freedom of thought and speech!”
Rebel MP George Christensen has announced he will stand down as the chairman of a parliamentary committee – a senior role which added $23,000 to his backbencher salary. Just hours after Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he was “discussing” whether the Nationals MP should continue to hold the lucrative position with Barnaby Joyce, Mr Christensen made the announcement he’d be quitting. He has held the position of chair of the the Joint Standing Committee on Trade and Investment Growth since 2019 which netted him an extra $23,000 on top of his $211,250 taxpayer-funded salary. More
20.01.22.  Recent speeches coming from the smirking mouth of Xi Jinping sound somewhat softening, even contrite, but behind his constant leer is a mind still bent on domination. This ‘new’ tactic that his supporters might claim as ‘neighbourly’ is as old as Confucius himself and should be treated with caution.
Gottliebsen: When Chinese President Xi Jinping addressed the World Economic Forum this week, he could not have realised that US bond holders were about to sell down and push up interest rates. In addition, he did not know that Microsoft was planning a takeover that would have long-term implications for China and world technology. The US bond selldown raised yields on the US 10-year bond to a two-year high and triggered a Wall Street fall that naturally hit Australian shares. Xi not only urged the US not to lift official interest rates in that speech, but suddenly a new China trading line emerged. If it is maintained, Australia stands to benefit. More
20.01.22.  Australians are not backward in coming forward when asked to give feedback to their political leaders. That’s a good thing about democracy.
On the weekend I completed a 10-day tour of Queensland, starting in Cairns and moving south nearly 1700km to Brisbane, with visits to all large regional centres in between. I travelled by road, talking to Queenslanders about their concerns on the ground as we commence the third year of the Covid pandemic and head toward the coming federal election. People are resilient, but they are frustrated over the shortage of rapid antigen tests, the difficulty securing appointments for vaccinations and the food shortages in supermarkets. Australians know these problems could have been avoided. More

20.01.22.  The 2030 Agenda is both a domestic and international agenda, only being applied by western nations.. The Government thinks it is well aligned with Australia’s interests – especially in promoting regional stability, security and economic prosperity. The 2030 Agenda is led by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Department of the PM and Cabinet whose individual goals focus on health, food and agriculture, water and sanitation, human settlements, energy, climate change, sustainable consumption and production, oceans, and terrestrial biodiversity and ecosystems. These are all the areas that have a direct effect on us and we are leaving the decisions to bureaucrats, how bloody stupid. Paul Driessen explains why More

iThis is what to expect in the future! More

19.01.22.  Scott Morrison has been a political bully for the more than two decades that this author has been tracking him. That failing  trait of Morrison’s has grown to include thought and speech control which was recently exposed when he shoved MP Craig Kelly out of the Liberal Party for his views on Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine. Shall we ever forget his disgusting performance from the pulpit inside the ‘coward’s castle’ when he attacked the then CEO of Australia Post Christine Holgate—an able woman with a far superior business acumen record than he? And now ScoMo is bullying the departing MP George Christensen for his views on vaccinating children—a growing matter of concern for many experts in the field of virology and epidemiology. Morrison says Christensen’s words are “dangerous.” He also thought Novak Djokovic’s thoughts about vaccines might cause civil unrest in Australia and thus had him booted out! Maybe the PM is much too absorbed with his own importance to sniff the political wind of voter sentiment. It would appear that his prior ‘miracle’ provider has also wearied of him. The latest polls agree with that.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been forced to reprimand rogue backbencher George Christensen over his latest anti-vaccination opinion, labelling the comments as “dangerous”. More

19.01.22.  Some people are so stupid that they make your eyes squint—and so it is every time the health Hazzard in NSW breasts the media to chide every poor bastard with their TV turned on. Brad is pissed off because some rascal sent a positive Covid to the government department under the health minister’s name—Brad Hazzard! Silly Brad chose to blurt this out all over the evening news. What a bloody good idea thousands of would be ‘quipsters’ will seize upon. But far more idiotic is that Brad the health Hazzard has demonstrated  just how open to fraud his system is—in other words, unreliable and quite useless. You can bet the moron has been told to shut up before the gag really catches on. How many Donal Trumps do you reckon so far, and Prince Andrews? Scott Morrison next Mark McGowan? We shall never know! More