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19.05.19. Our few weeks of stupidity are over for another three years but Hollywood’s stupidity is never over. Here we have had haters trying to get rid of politicians who’s views they object to. In the US they are trying to stop people trying to stop child killing by refusing to satisfy some potential demand for sex. Hollywood Finally Embraces Abstinence. In some way it makes sense the other way around, why would you want to have conjugal relations with someone who would want to kill any offspring of the relationship. With our stupidity of the last few weeks we know we were going to get screwed no matter who loses so we just lay back and let it happen but for the unborn someone not getting screwed to save their lives would be a win. Abby Johnson more clearly explains. More

19.05.19. There is another election on right now – for the European Parliament.
So what? is a reasonable response.
After all the European Parliament is the Parliament of Fools. The Parliament that has no power. The Parliament of Perks and High Living.
One of the PR successes of the Nazis was to show an orchestra playing in one of the concentration camps. Well known Jewish prisoners who were known for their musical ability were pushed into the newsreels by Goebbels to deceive the world that the concentration camps were not what bad people were saying about them.
The European Parliament is the Nazi Orchestra in another form, used to cover up the dictatorship of anti-conservatives, mockers of patriotism, and the working man and woman. More

18.05.19. A last minute tilt at the political windmill by Dennis Shanahan in The Australian said, “Bill Shorten is headed for an election win on a late lift in support and a surge in emotion over the death of Bob Hawke, and he’s showing it, giving up campaigning and celebrating the life of Labor’s longest-serving prime minister.”
Ah yes, the fickleness of the Aussie voter confirms we are indeed a bloody weird mob—we vote by emotion? Today’s Newspoll suggests that is so as Labor swallows a new performance enhancer drug, the Hawke-adrene capsule and produces a 12th hour sprint to the Lodge. The only good thing about the Hawke-adrene drug is that it wears off within 12 to 24 hours.
Bob was a national larrikin and what if his demise is a Labor ploy—a huge ruse? It might later be called, “Labor’s Easter—version 0.2.” More

18.05.19. As talks between the UK Labour Party and the government aimed at breaking the Brexit impasse have ended without an agreement, Australians will be thrilled to learn that Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex and wife of Britain’s Prince Harry, has been listed as a Princess of the United Kingdom on the birth certificate of her son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. Hurrah! Hurrah! Long live Mergan Sparkle and little bald Archie for we are now all soil lubjects of princess Mergle and the queer old deen?
Archie, the latest addition to the British Royal family, is seventh in line to the throne and is the first child of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The certificate revealed that the former American actress, who cited her name as “Rachel Meghan Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex”, gave birth earlier this month at London’s Portland Hospital. More

18.05.19. It’s all Folau’s fault!
It all depends on your point of view. Israel Folau’s future with Rugby Australia appears to be over. Some say he broke the terms of his contract and should be sacked. Others hope Mr Folau takes RA to court and does them serious financial harm. Other worrying concerns about this affair are: the acumen of the board, particularly that of chief executive Raelene Castle who stupidly said, “There are certainly impacts from a legal perspective and legal costs and that’s the very difficult thing in here … it wasn’t Rugby Australia that put ourselves in this situation,” Ms Castle said. “It was Mr Folau that put us in this situation and we had to ­respond to that to protect the ­integrity and values of Rugby Australia.” Also, what part if any did leprechaun of Qantas play?
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18.05.19. While Donald Trump takes a tougher stand against China’s Huawei’s 5G communications push, the Communist regime has threatened to retaliate against US sanctions seen by it as an attempt to restrict international trade by the Chinese technology giant Huawei. Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said Beijing opposed countries imposing unilateral sanctions on Chinese companies and would take action. That means Australia can expect another round of Chinese bullying via trade, despite its economy entering a slump.
Donald Trump has declared a national emergency over threats to US technology as he effectively banned China’s Huawei from the US, signing a sweeping executive order to ban Chinese telecommunications equipment on national security grounds. The order, which comes at a time of rising US-China tensions, will have the effect of shutting out Chinese telco giants Huawei and ZTE from involvement in the US’s next generation 5G mobile technology and other technologies. More

18.05.19. On this Saturday that brings  annoyance of being forced out to vote again, the anguish, anxiety and fear of regurgitating your evening meal as the TV pronounces Bill Shorten as Australia’s new prime minister, take respite now in this story that does have a happy ending.
A vet, his parents and a band of volunteers have conducted a two-hour rescue of a horse that was stuck in mud up to its neck, south of Adelaide. Shadow had just moved to its “retirement paddock” at the age of 28 when it fell into a muddy pit full of reeds last night at Myponga, on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Country Fire Service (CFS) and State Emergency Service (SES) volunteers helped vet James Meyer rescue the horse from its predicament. More

18.05.19. During the ’70s and ’80s, famous feminist leaders denounced marriage as “slavery” and “legalized rape” and condemned all men as predatory and abusive.
They interrupted Anzac Day at the Cenotaph in Sydney, for example, dressed in mourning black.
In those days the male journalists, as well as female journalists, condemned them.
Today, however, hatred of men is back in vogue – and much more mainstream. The evidence is everywhere.
But something significant has shifted, male journalists, faddist wimps almost to a man, have joined in the hatred.
Women journalists are more skeptical.
The hatred seems more intense in the US at present because man-hatred has been weaponised to serve the needs of the Democratic Party. More

18.05.19. I don’t think it will never happen that a place of worship will be attacked in Australia. It is amazing it hasn’t happened already. Such soft targets to maximum publicity for one’s cause. Yet what protection do we have when we go to our churches? Can one imagine what it would be like if a Sri Lankan church on Easter Sunday type attack occurred here? More than 207 people killed there could be well superseded here. After all, there they have military on the streets, we don’t. So should we arm marshals at churches to protect the congregation? They would need to dressed in normal church attendance garb rather than uniforms for the reasons John R. Lott, Jr. discusses below. More

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