Open Thread – August 2023

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  1. kaysee kaysee says:

    Can forgive except for betrayal #vladimirputin #russia #shorts

    That was a very short shorts. Would have liked to see/hear more.

    Betrayal …. In general …
    I choose such people who are not capable of doing it.

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  2. mh says:

    Alice Cooper says transgenderism has reached ‘point of absurdity’

    … “The whole woke thing … Nobody can answer this question. Maybe you can. Who’s making the rules?” he asked. “Is there a building somewhere in New York where people sit down every day and say, ‘Okay, we can’t say ‘mother’ now. We have to say ‘birthing person.’ Get that out on the wire right now’? Who is this person that’s making these rules? I don’t get it. I’m not being old school about it. I’m being logical about it.” …

    The people making these rules are the same people that decided there would be a proxy war in Ukraine.

    The same people who decide who will be President.

    The same people who decide everyone must take the Covid vaccine.

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  3. mh says:

    Tucker on Twitter Trump interview

    10:55 AM · Aug 24, 2023 · 250.9M Views

    That is crazy. With that level of interest Trump will bolt in – if he can stay alive.

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  4. mh says:

    Not Russia … but America

    She died the next day

    Police raid on 98-year-old newspaper owner’s home

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  5. kaysee kaysee says:

    There are many Conservative sites and blogs. There are Conservative bloggers, posters, commentators on websites and social media. In context to the US 2024 election, there is a two/three way split: Trump, DeSantis and Ramaswamy (who is actually a Trump shill in there to take away votes from RDS).

    Those who are not Trump supporters, especially high profile sites (exception Power Line) as well as bloggers and social media accounts with high followers are reluctant to say anything negative about Trump for fear of a backlash, losing donors or followers. This is not how true conservatives should behave.

    Here on the blog, I am the only one who has stated my position (that is, I am no longer a Trump supporter) in several comments as well as in this post.

    Since this is free speech blog paid for by the blog owner and does not depend on donations, I think we can be free to post our opinions. As for the traffic, we don’t have many coming to this blog to participate so we don’t have to worry about that. I’m sure that the few regulars who continue to contribute to this blog and help to keep it afloat will not be too worried that I am not in the pro-Trump camp.

    So, I’ll keep posting on this topic. It is for the few who may come here because they care about the TRUTH and would like to learn the FACTS not the brainwashing taking place on this particular topic, not just in MSM but also in so-called Conservative media and blogs.

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  6. kaysee kaysee says:

    Tucker on Twitter Trump interview

    10:55 AM · Aug 24, 2023 · 250.9M Views

    That is crazy. With that level of interest Trump will bolt in – if he can stay alive.

    Direct from the Twitter Help Centre

    No, Tucker Carlson’s Trump interview
    doesn’t have 230 million video views on X

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  7. kaysee kaysee says:

    The Tucker-Trump interview vs Fox News Debate

    Some History

    For at least a month, there were hints about a Trump interview with Tucker instead of the debates. It may have been a secret and got leaked or was intentionally leaked. There was also the rumour that the interview would take place at the same time as the Fox debate.

    The day before the debate, it was in the news about the interview being on the same day and time as the debate. So there was plenty of publicity. Trump’s team was also running around on social media passing the message.

    Elon would have known about this interview before it was posted. Each of the players had a motive.

    – Trump wanted the attention on himself and did not want to face a debate. Also revenge on Fox News.
    – Tucker wanted the clicks on his interview post. Also revenge on Fox News.
    – Elon wanted increased traffic on Twitter and this was great. A high profile interviewer and a former and wanna-be President again.

    And yesterday, Trump put out his first post on Twitter after over 2 years. More traffic for Elon.
    One good turn deserves another. All players happy.

    America First?
    None of the above. Each is in it for their own gain.

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  8. kaysee kaysee says:

    On Debate Day

    Fox News debate to begin at 9 pm US time, Wednesday 23 August.
    This would be 11 am AEST, Thursday 24 August
    The following times are AEST (same as the blog time).

    The Fox News debate to begin at 11 am

    6 hours earlier (5 am) Tucker post this teaser.

    Note this.

    42 minutes later, Elon retweets the above.

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  9. kaysee kaysee says:

    5 minutes before the Fox debate begins,
    Tucker posts the pre-recorded Trump interview

    Just over an hour later, Elon retweets the interview

    Elon has over 154.3 million followers. Each one, around the world, would have received the message. Plus the pre-publicity. Millions got the message and clicked the link. Really interested or just curiosity?

    Did they watch the 47 minutes or just a few minutes? Or just scrolled by for a few seconds which triggered the metrics.
    How many Trumpers did multiple views just to increase the numbers?

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  10. kaysee kaysee says:

    Double Standards

    Skipping Debates

    What Came Before the Chicken?
    Trump Operatives and Surrogates Bashed Others for Skipping Debates Before Trump Decided to Do the Same

    The Night before the debate

    Trump Advisers Spotted Dining With Legacy Media Reporters

    Some comments:
    – Last night, at least a dozen mainstream media reporters were wined and dined by members of Team Trump and given talking points to parrot leading up to, and during, the debate he isn’t at…

    – For years these same reporters were absolutely brutal to Trump and his entire administration Now he’s collaborating with them? This is absolutely shameful

    – Team Trump “wining and dining with a number of top reporters”. Amazing. Coordinating with the liberal media.

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  11. kaysee kaysee says:

    Trump and his team and the Dems, have already spent over $20 million in ads disparaging DeSantis. If, as the polls say, DeSantis is just at 8 points and Trump is 50 points ahead, why is he spending millions of dollars in negative advertising on DeSantis? Doesn’t make good business sense, especially coming from a billionaire businessman.

    All those polls about who is leading? Plenty of poll results floating around. The results depend on who is publishing which poll.

    Mark Levin is a Trumper. Here is his verdict on the debate.

    Mark Levin Audio Rewind

    Mark Levin, who is a staunch Trump supporter, explains why Ron DeSantis won the debate — and slams Ramaswamy:

    “The man has already led a revolution. He doesn’t talk about the revolution he’s going to lead.”

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  12. EofT says:

    I find the current push to declare anything other than government approved information really troubling.

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  13. EofT says:

    Kaysee, I have no way of knowing the truth about what is going on with Trump or the Republican Party. To be honest, I don’t think that politics will help us in our current dilemma. What we face is a huge spiritual problem. That’s why I think Lewis’s ‘That Hideous Strength’ is so pertinent to our time. More so than ‘1984’ or ‘Brave New World’.

    Like many others, I was pleased with some of the things that Trump did while he was in office. I don’t personally like the man, and the fact that he signed off on FASAB 56 and he didn’t offer pardons to Ed Snowden or Julian Assange makes me distrust him. That’s not draining any swamps. Then there’s the jabs…

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  14. Shy Ted says:

    I like the middle microaggression
    A bit behind in the news. I believe India made it to the S pole of the moon. Pictures suggest this is true

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  15. Shy Ted says:

    It’s the 5 year delta of Q drop 1933. Let’s hope so

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  16. mh says:

    kaysee says:
    August 26, 2023 at 3:15 pm

    KC, I think you are in denial.

    No one else goes off on Twitter like that, whatever the metric.

    It’s over for Ron DeIsrael.

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  17. KevinM says:

    For hits they count unique IPs, and they do measure duration of visit, it’s not long I admit but not just in and out.
    It is possible to log in multiple times with different IPs by changing providers if you have more than one or using a VPN service.

    But, who would bother? a few for sure but insignificant, not like rigging an election where it matters.

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  18. Eyrie says:

    De Santis is a swamp creature who has adopted Trump camouflage and I’m not sure about Ramasmarmy. Trump is so far ahead as preferred GOP candidate why should he debate? It can only be a losing proposition for him.
    Musk just wants to launch his Starships for which he needs FAA permission which is being slow walked by the Biden Criminal administration for political reasons.
    With Trump as President I’m sure that will stop. Nothing to do with X (formerly Twitter).
    DeSatan ain’t it.

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  19. johanna johanna says:

    Thanks for WIP, Coldie.

    Always brings a smile to the dial. 🙂

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  20. Shy Ted says:

    The kiss that shocked the world
    according to their ABC. As one internet wag says

    Never kiss a lesbian as you never know where those lips have been.

    Meanwhile in real soccer, Ange’ Tottenham 2-0 overnight.

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  21. JohnJJJ says:

    Jenni Hermoso’s tattoos carry her family | FIFA Fortunately it’s in Spanish so you don’t have to listen. But she doesn’t disclose the long tattoo down her spine ( called the erotic tattoo) in Arabic. You can glimpse it in THE KISS.

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  22. mh says:

    Marines down

    An aircraft carrying US Marines has crashed over the Tiwi Islands, with several personnel missing and others injured.

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  23. Shy Ted says:

    Commenters say –
    They call it the flying coffin

    n the course of my career, I’ve been around the Osprey program a decent amount of time. It’s a pariah. The Marine pilots I’ve met that fly them hate them. The Marines that work on them hate them. The Marines that it transports are afraid of it.

    It’s a Boeing enough said

    The aircraft

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  24. kaysee kaysee says:

    It’s certainly a relief to know that I am not just talking to myself on this blog ^.^.
    It is a free speech site and anyone can post their opinions, whether they agree or disagree. The blog rules only require that the disagreements and differing opinions do not turn into abuse or personal attacks. Go ahead and voice your views.

    Most of my comments have links/evidence added so that the reader can read, think, fact-check, analyse and arrive at their own verdicts. It really helps if in addition to your impressions you can add some links/evidence, too. This helps readers to look at all sides of an issue and either continue to hold the same belief or to change it if there is enough proof to convince us otherwise.

    I believe that the US 2024 election is critical and the result will have a huge impact not just in the US but the rest of the world. That is why I am spending so much time posting on it.

    Many times I write long comments, and the reason is because I want to provide as much info as possible. This includes what I have gained from my research and I add the links as well. But all of this takes up a great deal of time. I do it because I want to pass on what I have gained so that others may benefit from it too. Read what is in my comment but also follow up the details in the links which may be articles, twitter posts, videos, clips, podcasts (I cannot fact check everything). Arrive at your own conclusions. But if you are only taking from what others post and don’t bother to share from your own knowledge, it becomes a one-way street.

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  25. kaysee kaysee says:

    EofT, thanks for your response and the feedback re Trump. I am glad that there is at least one other person on the blog who has questions about him instead of believing that he is THE one who can save America. You have made some good points and I want to respond to them.

    I have no way of knowing the truth about what is going on with Trump or the Republican Party.

    On the general subject of Truth and Facts about any news, my method:
    I have the same access to news as anyone who is reading this comment. I only have an internet connection that allows me entry into the online world. The truth isn’t what the media or the majority say. One has to dig for it and that takes time and effort.

    Over many years, I have checked sites, worked out which are worth bookmarking, and which should be rejected. My reading time is spent in 3 streams:

    1/ The MSM/Legacy media which is mostly biased and left-leaning
    2/ Conservative media which offers news from a centre-right/conservative focus and usually reliable
    3/ Social media which is mainly Twitter (Site X). This is a tricky area. I have used the system of sifting through the good and bad, and when I come across accounts of some people who post content that is based on research or a great deal of thought and analysis and is intelligent, I bookmark them and read what they post. The rest is just waffle or sewage.

    What is the truth? What are the facts? It would be difficult to verify everything, but the above sources give me a fairly balanced coverage of news. That is how I have been educating myself because the wider the sources of news, opinions and commentary, the better one is able to get facts and arrive at rational conclusions and views.

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  26. kaysee kaysee says:

    To be honest, I don’t think that politics will help us in our current dilemma. What we face is a huge spiritual problem

    We certainly have a spiritual problem. We have traded Christianity for secular religions like sports, wokeism, global warming and so on. Even those who may say that they are Conservatives or even Christians have a lukewarm attitude to the faith.

    I do post some links or Christian-related topics sometimes, but I wonder if there is any point to it if I am the only one who considers it relevant. If you want to join in and post on spiritual themes it would be great. I think this blog is unique in that we don’t have negativity, abuse or sniping, so we can just share on subjects that matter to us. Everyone has the option to scroll past if the topic doesn’t interest them.

    In November 2020, from the day of the US Election to the days that followed of vote counting, I had a candle burning and was praying for a Trump/Republican victory.

    I knew that Trump had his faults, but I had overlooked them during the period of his presidency and months that followed. But in early 2021 I began to see aspects of his character that I was not comfortable with, and I realised that I could no longer keep blinking and saying that Trump was still the answer to the world’s problems.

    No one is perfect – but what are the faults that can be acceptable as “human”, and how far was I prepared to go to condone what he said or did? If I could pass it all off as “okay” and “justified”, it would be a reflection of my moral code and values.

    I am far from perfect – I have failings. But my conscience tells me when I do something that is wrong. I cannot make excuses, justify my actions and move on. But if a person believes that he is always right, can do/say anything, has no regrets about the way he treats others who he considers dispensable/unimportant or an opponent, or is loose with the truth, I have to ask myself if I am prepared to support such a person?

    What do we do to make a change and bring our society back to living by a code of values and morals? Especially, when the people are those in positions of power and leadership?

    A few examples:
    – Stop voting for candidates who do not possess a moral code and cannot tell the different between right and wrong.
    – Stop applauding people who believe in “success” and “winning” at any price.
    – Be prepared to speak up (on radio talkback or within our circles of family, friends, colleagues) or post comments or articles (on blogs).

    Trump is not about America First or about any other person or cause. His priority is Donald J Trump and he doesn’t care who or what he has to step over to get what he wants.

    If after knowing what I now know I still continue as a Trump supporter, I am saying that what he says and does meets with my approval. It’s okay. Acceptable. That it is fine to have such a person as a leader, especially a leader of the free world. That his moral code is also my moral code.

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  27. kaysee kaysee says:

    he didn’t offer pardons to Ed Snowden or Julian Assange makes me distrust him. That’s not draining any swamps. Then there’s the jabs…

    Leader or politician?
    Doing what is right or what suits the polls and ratings?
    Saving lives or saving his job?

    On the Jabs
    Dr Jay Bhattacharya

    Dr J Bhattacharya describes meeting with President Trump.

    Says Trump felt like he could not lift the lockdowns for political reasons and he believed the lockdowns saved 2 million lives.

    “Why didn’t he let Tony Fauci …Deborah Birx go when he had the power to do so?”

    On his staff

    Take a few minutes to watch this.

    Trump vs Trump on his own hires.

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  28. kaysee kaysee says:


    A Ramaswamy-Special post is on my to-do list because I have collected so many links and clips. But it will depend on 🕗.




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  29. kaysee kaysee says:

    🎕 ┈┈┈┈ 🎕 ┈┈┈┈ 🎕

    I had been wanting to add something faith-based to the blog each Sunday –
    The Lord’s Day.

    EofT’s comment has motivated me to post one today.

    An Auschwitz story: 1941

    Emma Webb filling in for Calvin Robinson. What an excellent addition to the GB News team. She shares the story of St Maximilian Kolbe.

    Greater love hath no man than this, than a man lay down his life for his friends

    A Ponderable

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  30. mh says:

    Has the USA gifted any Osprey helicopters to Ukraine?

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  31. mh says:

    NEW FOOTAGE 2017 Fatal Military Disaster in Queensland – MV-22 Osprey Helicopter Crash

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  32. mh says:

    Tucker Carlson blasts ‘creep’ US ambassador

    Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson has called for the firing of US Ambassador to Hungary David Pressman, saying the diplomat has undermined the interests of Americans by trying to impose an LGBTQ agenda rather than building stronger relations with Budapest.

    Speaking at an event earlier this week in Budapest, Carlson said he was compelled to apologize for the treatment of Hungary by President Joe Biden’s administration. “The world is realigning at high speed and turning against the United States, but the Biden administration is spending its time harassing one of our last sincere allies in Europe, Hungary, for the crime of being too Christian,” he said.

    Carlson claimed that Biden administration officials hate Hungary, just as they hate Russia, for defending Christian values. Pressman, a California-born lawyer who formerly worked as an aide to then-US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, has harangued Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government for policies restricting promotion of LGBTQ lifestyles…


    David Pressman is a gay Jew.

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  33. mh says:

    More taxes are coming, more taxes, more taxes

    Six teal MPs are urging Jim Chalmers to consider hard reforms like raising GST,

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  34. Eyrie says:

    The MV22 Opsrey was actually cancelled by Sec Def Dick Cheney in the latter stages of the Bush 1 administration. After Clinton got elected, intense lobbying got it re-instated.
    It is a good idea but should have been regarded as a proof of concept. The new Bell V-280 Valor, a smaller aircraft, looks like a “things we would have done differently in the light of experience” design, while similar in concept.

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  35. Shy Ted says:

    Astonishing end to the wymmins 4x400m race, see it if you can
    Also this

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  36. mh says:

    Is there nothing the Matildas can’t do?

    Matildas deliver takeaway food bounce amid retail downturn

    Takeaway orders during the Matildas’ historic World Cup campaign propped up July’s retail figures, as experts forecast a prolonged spending downturn.

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  37. JohnJJJ says:

    Good story on QANTAS hanging on to people $’s over COVID and the difficulties of getting a refund. A tidy $380 million was paid to QANTAS for zero flights. (Good time to retire if you are the boss). Same was done by other airlines ( Emirates). The legal mob ECHO Law may be onto a good earner for a few class actions.

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  38. johanna johanna says:

    QANTAS gave Albanese’s son (aged about 20) a Chairman’s Lounge membership. You have to be a CEO of a large company, or a Cabinet Minister, to even be eligible.

    According to his father, he got it on merit.

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  39. Eyrie says:

    According to his father, he got it on merit.
    Yeah, being the PM’s son.

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  40. mh says:

    After watching my first WWC match – Matildas v France – I thought it was that abysmal that I wanted to remember what entertaining football was like. So over the next couple of days I was watching Eric Cantona videos on YouTube.

    I spotted this in the related vids. Very interesting comments from Roy Keane, especially Brian Clough’s advice to him before Keane made his debut with Notts Forest:

    Roy Keane on Eric Cantona: “Leave him off, he’s French!”

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  41. mh says:

    Fraser Is deliberately being mismanaged

    People rush to woman’s aid after dingo attack on K’gari

    People have rushed to a woman’s aid after she was bitten by a dingo on the thigh as another circled when she was alone walking on the beach at K’gari on the weekend.

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  42. Shy Ted says:


    Every Family Has A Secret Danielle Chisholm and Heather Horne
    7:30PM – 8:30PM
    Arrernte woman Danielle Chisholm seeks answers to a 100-year-old mystery: is she descended from an illegitimate child born to Prince Edward VIII after his 1920 tour of Australia and therefore a member of the British royal family?

    No, she isn’t. What a waste of taxpayers money.

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  43. mh says:

    Jason Jones
    Disney has a man in a dress working in the dress store for little girls at Disneyland. This is who Disney wants girls to see when they first walk in to pick out a dress.

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  44. Shy Ted says:

    Suicide weekend came and went with nothing. Shame.
    Wymmins in the armed forces

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  45. Eyrie says:

    Fraser Is deliberately being mismanaged
    Never mind, when the Chinese take over they will shoot all the dingoes and sand mine the place like there is no tomorrow.

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  46. mh says:

    MPs to get biggest pay rise in a decade

    The base salary of a backbencher will rise to $225,680 after the agency that sets federal MPs’ wages said previous pay reviews had been conservative.


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  47. Shy Ted says:

    The ABC would never ask Timmy that

    Good comments from around the traps

    Almost 22,000 asylum-seekers have arrived in Australia by plane since Labor came to power last year, with new data revealing that only 12 out of a record 75,000 failed asylum-seekers in the country were deported last month.
    Home Affairs Department figures show almost 2000 asylum-seekers applied for protection visas onshore last month the highest monthly tally since the federal election in May last year with plane arrival numbers being fuelled by a surge in asylum claims by travellers from India.

    The DEATH of free speech in Australia .
    Albo submits a Bill – $500,000 fine for posting online “misinformation”

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  48. Shy Ted says:

    Ha ha ha. Ch10 news fails to mention Captain LeBeau was driving

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  49. johanna johanna says:

    mh, a link would be helpful.

    Otherwise, it’s just an assertion. No value at all.

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  50. JohnJJJ says:

    Chinese take over they will shoot all the dingoes

    nah, harvest the dingoes. I don’t want to link to Chinese dog cooking, but there are plenty of youtubes. When I was in the Middle Kingdom, I watched a bunch of happy dogs, tails a’wagging,  being led by an oriental guy on a bicycle. I was told they were on the way the marketplace.

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  51. mh says:

    mh, a link would be helpful.

    Otherwise, it’s just an assertion. No value at all.

    Would you like the Guardian?

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  52. mh says:

    And they deserve every cent

    … The decision will take the basic salary of a backbench MP from $217,060 to about $225,742, or about two-and-a-third times the average earnings of a full-time worker.

    Given the prime minister receives 160% on top of the base salary of an MP, Anthony Albanese’s pay will rise to $586,929; the opposition leader receives an additional 85% so Peter Dutton will get $417,623.

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  53. kaysee kaysee says:

    The Cashed-Up Voices

    Australian company directors launch YES campaign

    Just like Same Sex Marriage.
    The Elites are telling the Plebs what they should do.

    They are spending millions of dollars to target the gullible soft voters. So the decision for 3% of the population to be decided if the required number of voters can be bullied by the wealthy.

    More bullywashing

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  54. mh says:

    The working homeless in the UK

    Homeless families forced to live in tents and hotels as temporary accommodation runs out | ITV News

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  55. kaysee kaysee says:

    Maui Fires


    More Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii Victims Speak Out. They Are Telling The World What Happened Was NOT Natural, NOTHING That Happened Was A “Coincidence”


    What really happened in Maui


    Maui Fires:
    Eyewitness Accounts of Police Blocking the Escape Road out of Town.
    Why did the police turn off the sirens and block the escape road?

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  56. kaysee kaysee says:

    Suing the Mandators:
    Dr. Mary Bowden on Fighting for Medical Freedom in Texas

    “Mandates go completely against medical ethics, bodily autonomy, first do no harm. We have safe and effective treatment using off-label medications, such as ivermectin, that obviate the need for a vaccine.”

    Dr. Mary Talley Bowden is an ENT specialist who was suspended from Houston Methodist Hospital and reported to the Texas Medical Board after speaking out against vaccine mandates and prescribing ivermectin to patients.

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  57. kaysee kaysee says:

    I am continually surprised by the number of normally conservative people and sites, many who are Christians who promote the teachings of the Church, who are so taken in by two Con-sters among the 2024 candidates. My only conclusion is that they probably are not aware of all the facts. Or maybe they are but don’t care. I hope it is the former not the latter. I doubt any of these people read this blog, but I am on my mission to share what I come across for other truth seekers.

    In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the lion stalks with power. He doesn’t tell everyone that HE is king. It is obvious. He doesn’t point to the rabbit scurrying near the hedge and announce the HE is so much bigger and stronger than the rabbit. There is no need; it is evident.

    Only someone who lacks self-respect and self-confidence needs to spend their time in such low-level activity.

    Compare the pair.

    From Lie Social, posted today
    An unprovoked falsehood.


    Interview, posted today
    A provocative question by the interviewer. RDS is asked about Trump’s indictments. He doesn’t take the bait.


    He gets criticised for his facial expressions, his lack of charisma, head movements. As if a charming external persona rather than experience, capability and character is necessary to be a leader and get the job done.

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  58. Shy Ted says:

    A few years ago I was told the Fraser Is dingoes scavenged on fish carcasses that were buried in the sand, fishermen not being allowed to throw them in the sea. I see visitor numbers are down so I’m guessing they’re absolutely starving and anything goes.

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  59. kaysee kaysee says:

    Good election campaigns happen when a candidate presents to the voters their policies and experience, and attacks the opponent’s policies.

    It seems that if you are unable to find anything to attack in the policies, go for something else.
    Like cowboy boots.

    Compare the pair.

    Junior Posts

    Junior Poses

    The first case is a man who is wearing boots because he is playing baseball. The same man who picked a fight with Disney to protect children from being used for a depraved scheme by that company.

    The second case is a man, a rich guy, who is posing in boots to sell them and make more money from Magadonians. The same guy who, along with his father, supported Disney and Bud Light for personal gains, instead of fighting with conservatives against the tranny agenda. And he is trying to ridicule the man who is doing what is best for families?


    As for that other guy, the surrogate.

    Vivek, the flipper

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  60. kaysee kaysee says:

    Want to withdraw cash?
    The banks want to know why

    This is how you play their Game

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  61. kaysee kaysee says:

    Billy Joel

    Piano Man

    In 1973, Billy Joel released his legendary Piano Man album.

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  62. mh says:

    Russian President Vladimir Putin is currently “not envisaged” to attend the funeral of former ally-turned-traitor Yevgeny Prigozhin, leader of the Wagner mercenary group, according to Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov.

    I thought Putin would deliver the eulogy.

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  63. mh says:

    29 year old female pilot

    The identities of three US Marines killed in an aircraft crash during an exercise in the Tiwi Islands have been revealed.

    Major Tobin Lewis, 37, Captain Eleanor LeBeau, 29, and Corporal Spencer Collart, 21, lost their lives when an Osprey crashed on Melville Island.

    The NT parliament OTT emotional reactions that I witnessed on an ABC clip only confirms our vassal status.

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  64. mh says:

    Khan Kan’t

    LONDON’S ULEZ scheme has been thrown into chaos on its first day as dozens of cameras were vandalised and cut down.

    Councils have also refused to allow London Mayor Sadiq Khan to put up signs warning drivers about the expanded zone which came into force today …

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  65. Eyrie says:

    The TDS is becoming tedious, kaysee.

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  66. Eyrie says:

    LONDON’S ULEZ scheme has been thrown into chaos on its first day as dozens of cameras were vandalised and cut down.

    Never happen in Australia. Australian sheep are too compliant.

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  67. mh says:

    Via the Sun

    The man, a dad in his mid-forties who has not been identified, claimed he had stolen 34 ULEZ cameras personally and the group he belongs to, as well as similar groups, had taken down hundreds.

    He said: “Snipping, damaging with hammers, painting, disabling on a circuit level and removing. They are unbolted and they are snipped.”

    He added: “We don’t want this. It’s a way to try to… restrict our movements.

    “F**k them. It will not happen because we haven’t done anything to deserve it.”

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  68. Shy Ted says:

    Olympic wipe-out: The shock Aussie athletes below poverty line
    Australian sport is facing a funding crisis with athletes living below the poverty line and on the verge of quitting, a shocking new report reveals.

    Not all athletes, just those who people aren’t prepared to pay to watch
    And why hasn’t this lezzer molester got the Spanish treatment?

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  69. Shy Ted says:

    $150k a year: CFMEU’s incredible payday offer for traffic controllers
    THE CFMEU is attempting to lure traffic control workers to the Gold Coast light rail project with the promise of wages almost twice the award.

    For holding a sign

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  70. Shy Ted says:

    Fyles Government’s knife crime strategy will not include law changes
    The Fyles Government’s “knife crime reduction strategy” will not include any specific law changes, instead relying on de-escalation training for retail and hospitality workers and other measures, which the Opposition said amounted to “choosing cuddles over consequences”.

    Cos drugged up knife wielders are known to respond well to these initiatives

    Three girls arrested over assaults of two women, attempted car theft
    Three girls, aged 11, 13, and 15-years old, have been arrested after they assaulted two women, stole a handbag, and attempted to steal a car in Darwin city on Tuesday afternoon, NT Police said.

    Emerging leaders?

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  71. Eyrie says:

    Athletics is no more than a hobby anyway. Get a job.

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  72. Old bloke says:

    He’s become an international real estate mogul. In addition to his villas and houses in Venice, Miami, Israel, London & Vienna, Zelensky just spent another $5 Million to buy a villa in Egypt.

    Did Zelensky’s family purchase a $5 million vacation villa in Egypt next to Angelina Jolie?

    There’s a lot of money to be made in wars, Biden better send another cheque for more $US Billions.

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  73. mh says:

    Former Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson has been seeking an interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, RT Editor-in-Chief Margarita Simonyan said on Sunday.

    “[Carlson] is strongly requesting an interview with Vladimir Putin,” Simonyan said on a talk show aired by the Rossiya-1 TV channel. “It would be great, if someone listens and notifies the president about this.”

    Carlson has not commented on the matter.

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  74. kaysee kaysee says:

    It has been thunder-storming, so no chance of seeing the blue moon tonight.

    Australia’s east smashed by severe thunderstorms

    A severe thunderstorm has reached Eastern Australia after a warning was issued for New South Wales residents to brace for large hailstones and heavy rainfall.

    A rare super blue moon is coming
    – here’s how you can see it

    While it may not technically be the peak of the super blue moon, the best time to see it will be tonight, Wednesday 30 August, at dusk.

    The moon will be rising from 4:31pm AEST this evening, and so from sunset at 5:30pm onwards, conditions will be right to catch a glimpse of the super blue moon.

    The moon will technically be at its fullest at 11:35 am on Thursday morning, and will still appear larger than life on Thursday night, but tonight will offer the best conditions.

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  75. kaysee kaysee says:

    Romania challenges the ECHR decision by which it is condemned
    for not legally recognizing gay couples

    The Romanian government has challenged the historic decision handed down in May by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) by which it obliges the Romanian state to adopt legislation for the recognition of same-sex couples. The Accept Association condemns the “shameful gesture of the Government” to challenge the decision of the ECHR regarding the legal recognition of LGBT families in Romania.

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  76. kaysee kaysee says:

    The TDS is becoming tedious, kaysee.


    For the time that this blog has been running, we’ve had thousands of comments with facts exposing:
    – The Covid scam
    – The Global warming scam
    – The Qwerty scam
    – The Woke scams
    – The Ukraine war scam
    – The WEF, UN Globalist, NWO agenda
    – +++ Other scams

    That’s all been okay, no objections. Some of the topics have been repeated over and over, several times a day. But revealing the Trump-is-god scam……is not okay? Do the blog readers find comments with facts and proof on the subject of Trump and the US Elections monotonous, dreary, boring? Criticism of Trump and MAGA is now called TDS?

    Is that because it contains Fake News or Inconvenient Truths?

    – It is not compulsory for anyone to read my comments. If they are tedious and dull, ignore them.
    – Anyone wishing to debate, disagree or query any point that I have posted is welcome to do so.
    – Most of my comments are backed by links that provide evidence/proof.
    – If anyone has proof that what I have posted is wrong, incorrect, a lie or a derangement, prove it.

    I’m posting for truth-seekers and one of the biggest scams underway is the one, rather sadly, in the “conservative” world. There are some who are slowly waking up, but the gaslighting has been so strong that it may take time. My concern is what will happen here in Australia and the world if the Dems win in 2024. And that possible win is connected to the Trump-is-god scam.

    This is a mostly serious blog dealing with important topics. I am committed to the battle for truth and freedom and will continue to post as and when time permits. As I’ve said, anyone who doesn’t like the truth can use your scroller.

    I don’t mind an intelligent debate, disagreement or dissection of a topic because it helps to clarify points, and we all get educated in the process. I have no problem with opinions or feedback, even if negative, but please present some details and facts to make your case. Throwaway one-liners are not helpful. If my comments exposing the MAGA syndrome – the lies, hypocrisy and double standards related to the US 2024 Elections – are interpreted as TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome), it won’t bother me. The truth is not always palatable.

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  77. kaysee kaysee says:

    I wasn’t planning to post on this subject today because I have other topics to post on. But here we go.

    Hurricane1 (scroll up)

    While DeSantis is busy prepping his state for a massive hurricane, Trump has attacked him in four separate videos tonight

    Oh and Trump hasn’t posted about the hurricane at all




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  78. Eyrie says:

    If the GoP doesn’t run Trump, they haven’t a hope in hell. Trump’s supporters will stay home. I’ll say it again: De Santis ain’t it. He’s just another politician. Ramaswamy appears to be a manufactured candidate with a somewhat dubious record who is now making the right noises.
    Stop the circumlocutions and tell us exactly what the “con” is. I sure can’t figure it out from what you have written.

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  79. kaysee kaysee says:

    The Singers

    Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 is one of music’s best-known works and the most frequently performed symphony in the world

    This is an unusual public involvement during the 4th movement execution by the Noord Nederlands Orkest at the Lowlands Music Festival

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  80. kaysee kaysee says:

    Stop the circumlocutions and tell us exactly what the “con” is. I sure can’t figure it out from what you have written.

    For two years, I have been posting comments with details. Then, I’ve put up this post with more comments.

    Have you read them?

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  81. Shy Ted says:

    I saw this book in the library today.
    Open society. LOL. Foreword by George Soros. LOLOLOLOLOLOL

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  82. mh says:

    West Australian Premier Roger Cook has shrugged off polling suggesting his state is heading for a resounding No vote in the upcoming Voice to parliament referendum.

    Speaking after the formal referendum date announcement, Cook said when faced with the question on October 14 to establish the body that would acknowledge First Nations people in the Constitution and consult on issues impacting them, he was confident West Australians would vote “Yes”.

    “People will make the sensible and fair-minded response, which is to say Yes,” he said.

    A powerful argument, lol

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  83. mh says:


    ALX 🇺🇸
    BREAKING: Mitch McConnell inexplicably freezes up again while answering a question

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