Open Thread – June 2024

This entry was posted in Open Forum. Bookmark the permalink.

297 Responses to Open Thread – June 2024

  1. kaysee kaysee says:

    Piers Morgan interviews Candace Owens
    This is a short clip.

    The full interview:
    Candace Owens vs Piers Morgan On Daily Wire, Israel, Kanye & More

    It is a great discussion. She is very intelligent and articulate. Is able to debate and analyse. Perceptive and sharp-witted. Very well-versed on many issues.

    (Except one.)

    Report comment
  2. kaysee kaysee says:


    Take your pick of which is America First, Conservative, Free Speech

    Inside TPUSA
    Part of the event at the People’s Convention

    Outside TPUSA
    Nick Fuentes – a speech without a teleprompter.

    How many 2020 GOP voters will be staying home on voting day 2024?

    Report comment
  3. kaysee kaysee says:

    OK I will take up the challenge.

    Long may it continue. 😉

    Sometimes, we can be living in our own little bubbles and not know what is happening elsewhere. These first-hand experiences can’t be read in the MSM. So this is a good way for us to learn what is happening in communities in our own country.

    Instead of playing stupid renewable energy games, our pollies should be investing in ways of transferring the rain from areas of deluge to those of drought.

    Report comment
  4. kaysee kaysee says:

    🎕 ┈┈┈┈ 🎕 ┈┈┈┈ 🎕
    And for this Sunday…

    Vocation to Priesthood
    Saying Yes to God’s call

    Fr Mike Schmitz shares his story.

    He was ordained a priest in 2003.
    A priest now for 21 years.


    A Ponderable

    Report comment
  5. mh says:

    Outside TPUSA
    Nick Fuentes – a speech without a teleprompter.

    Nick is referring to Trump in 2015 telling Jewish donors that they will hate him as he doesn’t need their money. This was at the annual gathering in Las Vegas where Republican hopefuls prostate themselves in front of the Chosen Ones.

    Trump was using his Art of the Deal skills. He built up his following with ordinary folk, who believed Trump would work for their interests. Once Trump had the enormous frenzied support of the MAGA movement, he struck the deal with mega-donor Sheldon Adelson to switch from Rubio to Trump.

    As we know from living through the Trump Presidency, it was Israel First all the way. What I believe Nick is missing is the 2015 Trump was never America First; Trump knew the reality of US politics – donor interests come first.

    Report comment
  6. Rossini says:

    Some people are made to perform.
    Others are made to sit on the outer as spectators.
    I am member of the outer.
    Quiet happy to read your comments Thank you

    Report comment
  7. mh says:

    I’m glad the lads still had a good time

    Ian Smith

    They tried to shut AFPAC down. Didn’t work. Show goes on.

    Report comment
  8. mh says:

    Notice how the AJA turn this into ‘anti Jew’?

    I was still prepared to laugh, as I was a huge fan of Seinfeld (the series). But Jerry didn’t make me laugh.

    Jerry Seinfeld demolishes anti-Jewish heckler – Sydney, Australia

    Australian Jewish Association
    1.86K subscribers

    Report comment
  9. mh says:

    “I’m a Jewish American. I need help.”

    Woman called police, claiming pro-Palestinian protesters surrounded her

    Report comment
  10. mh says:

    Lowkey EXPOSES Israel Lobby In Keir Starmer’s Labour Party

    Double Down News
    566K subscribers

    Report comment
  11. kaysee kaysee says:

    Medical Censorship Complex Targets BMJ Article for Retraction

    A recent study published in the prestigious BMJ Public Health suggested a stark and worrying connection between COVID mRNA vaccines and an increase in global mortality during the pandemic…

    This study published in BMJ has skyrocketed in interest, becoming the most accessed publication in the history of BMJ Public Health…..

    Lo and behold, two weeks later, the medical censorship complex rallied against it with a disturbing ferocity, turning their considerable resources towards forcing the retraction of the article from the BMJ Public Health.

    This is the BMJ article (archived version)
    Excess mortality across countries in the Western World since the COVID-19 pandemic:
    ‘Our World in Data’ estimates of January 2020 to December 2022

    Report comment
  12. kaysee kaysee says:

    The ongoing war is Gaza is in retaliation for the Hamas October 7 attack.
    Could it have been prevented? Why wasn’t it?

    Jerusalem Post
    June 17, 2024
    IDF knew of Hamas’s plan to kidnap 250 before October 7 attack – report

    The IDF had precise information about Hamas’s intentions, but due to prevailing conceptions in the security establishment and possible negligence by officials, the warning signs were not acted on.

    NY Times
    Dec 2023
    Times of Israel

    Report comment
  13. kaysee kaysee says:

    America First

    “America First” was not coined by Donald Trump or anyone in the MAGA movement.

    It was popularized in 1939 by the America First Committee, which was formed by patriots who opposed US involvement in WWII. It was arguably the largest bipartisan anti war movement in history, with speeches filling Madison Sq. Garden.

    A long twitter post
    Trump Is Israel’s House Boy

    A few of my followers were bummed out I walked away from Trump yesterday.

    I’m not sorry…..

    Here’s another one from him today.

    Report comment
  14. kaysee kaysee says:

    The conquest.

    This Is West Bank Not Gaza

    Roya news
    ‘Greater Israel’ map display;
    “Israeli” soldier’s uniform patch raises alarm

    The map, prominently displayed on the soldier’s arm, encompasses not only “Israel” but also vast swaths of territory from neighboring countries, including Jordan, Palestine, Lebanon, parts of Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt.

    Gaza first.
    Then West Bank.
    Then the Arab countries.
    Then the rest.
    It will be easy.

    Report comment
  15. kaysee kaysee says:

    I have been thinking of posting a series of comments – opinions/rants – connected to the comment I posted last week. Plan to get it done over the next few days or by next week, if time permits.

    Report comment
  16. mh says:

    Opinion | Haaretz Editorial

    Editorial | If Netanyahu Wants to Accuse the Israeli Army of Treason, He Must Stop Hiding Behind His Son

    For years, Yair Netanyahu has played a key role in the network of poison operated by diehard fans of his father, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He uses his social media accounts to incite, divide, sneer, assail and libel everyone in his father’s and his fans’ list of targets – leftists in general, journalists, Supreme Court justices, legal advisers, police commissioners, army officers, chiefs of staff, opposition members, political rivals and, finally, cabinet members marked as hostile to Netanyahu and his movement.

    Because the younger Netanyahu has no official position and is ostensibly just a private individual expressing his opinions, over time, a kind of consensus has formed that at the very least we must accept his comments, however nauseating they may be, or, at most, view them as another example of the collapse of statesmanlike behavior.

    Consequently, this should no longer be viewed as acceptable. The younger Netanyahu’s messages should be attributed directly to his father.

    This week, without a drop of shame, Yair Netanyahu implied that the October 7 massacre was the result of treason by army officers. Following the Supreme Court’s decision to freeze a state comptroller’s investigation into the conduct of the Israel Defense Forces and the Shin Bet security service before and after October 7, he tweeted, “If there was no treason, why are they so afraid of having independent, external bodies look into what happened?” But instead of being shocked by the son’s behavior, we should attribute the accusation of treason against the army to his father, the prime minister.

    Over the weekend, Yair Netanyahu posted a video that termed IDF Chief of Staff Herzl Halevi, Shin Bet director Ronen Bar and the outgoing director of Military Intelligence, Aharon Haliva, “three deadly failures.” In other words, at the height of a war, the prime minister was ridiculing and belittling his chief of staff and his Shin Bet director.

    The fact that the elder Netanyahu impotently disavows his son’s posts is meaningless. This is part of the poison machine’s modus operandi. The pattern is tiresomely familiar.

    Last month, Yair Netanyahu posted a video in which a masked man who identified himself as an army reservist threatened Defense Minister Yoav Gallant with a mass refusal to obey orders if control of the Gaza Strip were handed over to either Hamas or the Palestinian Authority and even mentioned the possibility of a military coup. The video was later removed. In practice, what this means is that the prime minister was threatening the defense minister.

    It’s not enough to banish the younger Netanyahu to Miami. We have to put an end to this farce – especially since he is being guarded by the Shin Bet and funded by the taxpayers. If the prime minister wants to accuse army officers and intelligence officers of treason, let him say so. He needs to stop hiding behind his son and speak directly to the public.

    The above article is Haaretz’s lead editorial, as published in the Hebrew and English newspapers in Israel.

    Report comment
  17. mh says:

    Al Jizz

    Malaysia is planning to join the BRICS grouping of emerging economies, the Southeast Asian country’s leader has said.

    In an interview with Chinese media outlet Guancha, Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim said his government would soon begin the process of joining the bloc, once it had received feedback from South Africa.

    “We have made our policy clear and we have made our decision. We will start the formal process soon. As far as the Global South is concerned, we are fully supportive,” Anwar said, according to the Shanghai-based outlet.

    Anwar also backed comments by Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva criticising the dominance of the US dollar in international trade.

    “Last year Malaysia had the highest investment ever, but the currency was still attacked. Well, it has eased in the past few weeks. But it doesn’t make sense, it goes against basic economic principles,” Anwar was quoted as saying.

    “Why? A currency that is completely outside the trade system of the two countries and is irrelevant in terms of economic activities in the country, has become dominant, purely because it is used as an international currency.” …

    … The Malaysian leader also took aim at a “Western narrative” that he said focused excessively on Hamas’s October 7 attack on Israel.

    “People keep talking about October 7, which annoys me. Do you want to erase 70 years of history by harping on one event? This is the Western narrative. You see, this is the problem with the West. They want to control the discourse, but we can no longer accept it because they are no longer a colonial power and independent countries should be free to express themselves,” Anwar said, according to Guancha.

    Report comment
  18. kaysee kaysee says:

    This week, without a drop of shame, Yair Netanyahu implied that the October 7 massacre was the result of treason by army officers.

    If October 7 massacre was due to treason by the IDF, when will the blame stop being cast on Hamas?

    he tweeted, “If there was no treason, why are they so afraid of having independent, external bodies look into what happened?”

    If there is no genocide taking place, why are independent journalists not allowed into Gaza?

    But let’s keep talking about Israel being the poor victims of October 7.
    And how they are justified in seeking revenge for over 250 days.
    And as we know, the conflict started on October 7.

    When will all those shilling for Israel and Zionism wake up and see the truth?

    Or is Israel still the victim?
    And there isn’t a genocide?

    Useful idiots.
    The irony.

    Report comment
  19. mh says:

    Scenes from AFPAC4 after party

    Dr. Anastasia Maria Loupis

    This psycho hit @sneako!!!

    F**k you!

    Jake Shields? 🤔
    Why didn’t he step in?

  20. kaysee kaysee says:

    It’s a Ghey world

    When in Rome …



    How beautiful, isn’t it?

    The West is under a totalitarian ghey system.

    Europe, for now, has nowhere to go because both the right and the left serve the same master.

    The promotional

    But somewhere in
    West Virginia

    Report comment
  21. kaysee kaysee says:

    Why can’t cartoons be like this anymore?




    Report comment
  22. kaysee kaysee says:

    When it comes to Zionism, they get it.

    Mark Dice
    The loss of life and destruction of Gaza
    Tucker Carlson
    Discussion with Greenwald on his show
    Candace Owens
    About Israel having prior knowledge of Hamas’ plans for October 7, and letting it happen anyway

    Report comment
  23. kaysee kaysee says:

    When it comes to Trump, they don’t get it.

    How is it that they don’t see Trump’s connection to it, and they still support him?
    They have analytical skills and investigative abilities but have a blind spot when it comes to connecting the dots if it involves Donald Trump.

    His loyalty to Israel

    His donors

    His policies

    Report comment
  24. kaysee kaysee says:

    Trump is America First?
    What about Magadonians who vote for whoever is endorsed by their god? No need to do your own checks and vote for the best candidate.

    Virginia Republican primary
    Bob Good is the current GOP congressman.

    Bob Good
    A GOP congressman with 100% conservative voting record and no controversies, is getting primaried

    Ron Filipkowski

    Bob Good is as right-wing as it gets. Chair of House Freedom Caucus. Rock solid right-wing voting record. Then he endorsed DeSantis against Trump, which made him a RINO traitor who hates Virginia and America. Donald Trump’s Republican Party.

    Michael Tracey

    John McGuire, who’s on course to oust Rep. Bob Good (R-VA) after Trump vigorously endorsed him, has accused Good of “backstabbing” Israel just like he backstabbed Trump. Good voted against $24 billion in Israel funding. Trump has attacked Good mercilessly ahead of the GOP primary

    Times of Israel
    Why should the GOP primary in a US state matter in Israel?

    Report comment
  25. kaysee kaysee says:

    Pfizer in UK courts

    The UK courts are desperate to silence and smear Dr Naomi Wolf but the truth is she is the voice of thousands of medical experts who are about to drop explosive bombshells in the book The PFizer PApers. 💥💥

    Especially the fact that Pfizer hid the trial deaths of 8 vaccinated people in order to gain emergency use authorisation.

    Full interview:
    Mark Steyn and Naomi Wolf
    In the UK High Court Fighting Against Media Censorship

    Mark Steyn and Naomi Wolf flew over to the UK to go to court against OFCOM. The Office of Communications, commonly known as Ofcom, is the government-approved regulatory and competition authority for the broadcasting, telecommunications and postal industries of the United Kingdom.

    Mark Steyn got into hot water with the government media approval body for his interview with Naomi Wolf on GBNews back in October 2022. Mark was soon sacked after this interview.

    Report comment
  26. mh says:

    News dot com

    Pro-Palestine protesters interrupt second Jerry Seinfeld show in Sydney

    Tonight Jerry is in Brisbane 🇵🇸

    From what I have seen, Jerry is no funnier than the protestors.

    Report comment
  27. mh says:

    This is funnier than Jerry

    White Nationalist Nick Fuentes Ejected from TPUSA Event: ‘Israel Controls This Event!’

    The Free Press Journal
    611K subscribers

    Report comment
  28. mh says:

    SHOCK: MSNBC Host Exposes Zionist LIES | The Kyle Kulinski Show

    Report comment
  29. kaysee kaysee says:

    This morning I was listening to news and talkback radio.
    The pro-Zion supporters repeat the same chatter points.

    Keep talking about:
    -“antisemitism” and how threatening the phrase river to the sea is for Zionists and how afraid Zionists feel while living in Western nation.
    – how those student protesters are carrying on in uni campuses.
    – the October 7 stories about Hamas beheading babies and mass rape (which have been proven to be false).
    – the vandalism of an MPs office (no, I do not support vandalism and violence) and how terrifying life is for Zionist politicians in non-war zones.

    Then, let’s also talk about:
    Olive farm

    Settlers burnt down a 92 year old Palestinians olive farm…🫒
    This man was born 16 years before the Rothschilds invented Israel

    Drone attack

    Two individuals, strolling side by side. Defenseless and on foot, posing no threat to anyone
    Israeli drone killing two Palestinians in Tal Al Sultan area in the west of Rafah in Gaza.

    (I can post videos instead of just photos if anyone wants to see live images of dead, dying, bleeding, mutilated innocent children.)

    Israel beheaded multiple babies today.

    Unfortunately these very real beheaded Palestinian babies won’t make headlines like the 40 fake beheaded Israeli babies did.

    Think about why that is.

    Report comment
  30. kaysee kaysee says:

    Water apartheid
    The Israeli army and Israeli police are complicit in water apartheid for Palestinians

    This child had his entire family killed and his home destroyed by Israel

    James Elder, UNICEF

    “I saw the israelis shoot 2 fishermen, one in the back & one in the neck: we were denied access to save them: I bore witness to that.”

    But let’s keep talking about evil Hamas, innocent Israelis, antisemitic phrases such as from the river to the sea, graffiti on walls and doors.

    Because the Israeli govt, IDF, Zionists tell the truth and are the innocent victims.
    While the Palestinians, along with PA and Hamas, fudge the facts.

    Report comment
  31. kaysee kaysee says:

    I’m making it a point to use the terms “Zionists” and “Jews” separately, because they are not the same people. Here are some tweets from a Jewish Account – Torah Judaism.

    Torah J-1

    There is a fact that the Zionist-controlled mainstream media ignores and does not show: there are hundreds of thousands of Jews around the world who are against Israel and Zionism.

    Torah J-2

    At a conference attended by more than 35,000 anti-Zionist Jews in Philadelphia for the preservation of the Torah of Rabbi Moshe Hillel Hirsch of the Lakewood yeshiva, he declared that it was against the Torah for Jews in the Holy Land to join the Zionist army and that serving Israel was against Judaism. he explained.

    Israel is not a Jewish state.

    Zionism is not Judaism.

    Torah J-3
    Zionists collaborated with the Nazis.

    Report comment
  32. mh says:

    Adolf Hitler is historically cast as a monstrous madman.
    But now with AI translating his speeches into English, it is easier to get a better idea of who he was.

    People often refer to Hitler as a great orator, but hearing the speech in English it is easier to understand that many Germans would have been interested in the substance of his speeches.

    It’s a bit like Trump in 2015/2016. The MSM dismissed his supporters as deplorables, but Trump was actually talking about stopping offshoring of American jobs at his rallies, a big concern for Americans.

    Listening to this Hitler speech I can get more of a sense of what he was about. Hitler even uses sarcasm in this speech below. Yes, really.

    For education purposes,

    Jan, 1939

    Adolf Hitler in English AI Reconstruction

    Report comment
  33. mh says:

    Candace Owens SOUNDS OFF: Ben Shapiro, Israel, Trump VP Pick

    Breaking Points
    1.27M subscribers

    Report comment
  34. kaysee kaysee says:

    Online Safety Act

    Submissions on this Act close tomorrow. If you want to Have your say, you need to get it done by tomorrow, 5pm AEST.

    The Free Speech Union also has a petition to abolish this E-safety Act. This is quick – you just need to fill in your name, post code and email address.

    Links to the above in the 3 comments starting here.

    Should the Australian eSafety Commissioner’s powers be expanded?

    Australia’s eSafety Commissioner wants to penalise social media platforms with sanctions if they don’t follow her orders.

    This is one of many ideas floated in a new Aus Gov review seeking to expand eSafety’s powers.

    Report comment
  35. kaysee kaysee says:

    America Today

    America’s blind allegiance to Israel.
    The handout
    AIPAC ads against Bob Good

    Report comment
  36. kaysee kaysee says:

    This American
    This is most of America. The Middle Class.

    This isn’t most of America.
    This is the billionaire class.

    His (third) wife is seen in NYC with a Hermes Birkin bag — costing $33,000 and Christian Louboutin flats around $700. The cost of her clothes has not been revealed but we can see it is an all-white ensemble.

    It’s not envy of the wealthy – this billionaire with a mansion and a private jet asks struggling Americans to donate to him because he is going to drain the swamp. And they donate from their grocery bills and meagre savings because they think he is going to save America.

    Report comment
  37. kaysee kaysee says:

    Candace Owens SOUNDS OFF: Ben Shapiro, Israel, Trump VP Pick

    Trump is her blind spot. She does not answer Saagar’s direct question on Trump and Israel. She’s making excuses for him – he’s learnt from his first term, there were some bad decisions etc etc etc. She wants to be able to talk to him about it? There are videos making his position very clear.

    On Israel, Covid, Lgbtxyz, Abortion, the Constitution, immigration.

    And she wants Vivek as his VP? Vivek who is so intelligent he has ready answers to any questions about his past positions? He knows how to quickly flip-flop to whatever is a self-serving stand on any issue?

    Trump has said that he is not a Conservative, but she is referring to other Republicans as Neo-Cons? Trump and Vivek are America First?

    How can anyone be so passionately America First, aware of what is happening in the country, be an anti-vaxxer, is critical of Israel and what is taking place in Gaza, talk about her Christian faith, and still back Trump?

    Report comment
  38. mh says:

    Trump is her blind spot. She does not answer Saagar’s direct question on Trump and Israel.

    That’s why Saager played the Hannity clip.

    Defending that is impossible if you are AF.

    Trump is a NEO-CON.

    Report comment
  39. mh says:

    9 hours ago
    Love how she masterfully dodged the trump question and just made it about AIPAC like trump ain’t taking in money from them like a piggy bank

    9 replies

    7 hours ago
    15:10 she says she’s ok with his position. He straight up said he’ll be an even bigger simp for them than Biden/Schumer!!

    7 hours ago (edited)
    Disappointing at the least , I expected her to stay truthful on that one

    7 hours ago
    Her integrity dissolves when even the slightest criticism of Trump is called for. I don’t even believe her that she’d refuse to support Trump if he chose Haley for VP.

    … etc

    Report comment
  40. mh says:

    Just watched the segment again after Saagar played Hannity interviewing Trump.

    Candy gives a totally inadequate reply, and Saagar responds “Mmm, interesting”.

    Candace Owens = grifter.

    Report comment
  41. mh says:

    3 Apr 2024 — Candace Owens’s husband George Farmer has a net worth of $240 million. He earns $39 million annually through real estate and other business ventures. …


    Candace Owens Reveals Interesting Reason She Married a White Man

    Report comment
  42. kaysee kaysee says:

    Recovery Insights from Dr. Peter McCullough

    Every Vax-Injured Person Needs to See This

    Dr. McCullough recommends three key substances to enhance recovery after the shots.

    Report comment
  43. mh says:

    IDF leak confirms Israel KNEW about Hamas attack BEFORE October 7th!

    58K subscribers

    Report comment
  44. kaysee kaysee says:

    He is a Jew, a Holocaust scholar, an Israeli-American historian.
    He criticised the Zionists in the land of free speech.

    Raz Segal

    Holocaust scholar Raz Segal, who has characterized Israel’s war on Gaza as “a textbook case of genocide,” has just had a job offer rescinded by the University of Minnesota because of opposition to his analysis. He says the episode represents a major threat to academic freedom.

    More on the story:
    A Holocaust Scholar Called Israel’s Actions in Gaza ‘Genocide.’
    It Cost Him a Job Offer.

    Report comment
  45. kaysee kaysee says:

    There has been much fanfare in Conservatives circles about the victory by right-wing parties in the European Parliament elections.

    Is it really a great win for Conservative issues? Are these heroes?

    Geert Wilders
    Javier Milei
    Giorgia Meloni
    Marine Le Pen
    Viktor Orbán

    Are they all battling against the WEF agenda: climate change, pandemic treaties, restrictions on free speech, immigration?

    They have these fiery speeches that make it appear as if they are going to take on the puppet-masters and actually do what is best for their country. What happens after they get elected?

    Are they really the ones in charge or just controlled puppets?

    Example: Geert Wilders

    PVV leader Geert Wilder’s nominee for Netherlands migration minister, Gidi Markuszower, fails ministerial security check due to Mossad ties.

    And this

    She is being called a liar and a communist for saying this.
    Maria Zee

    Many people are furious with me for criticising Javier Milei & others. We have a chance for humanity to win, but not if we blindly follow & hear only what we want to hear. Here is my very honest, very unpopular assessment of the apparent rise in right-wing elections.

    Report comment
  46. kaysee kaysee says:

    The latest stats on the war.
    If you can figure this out,
    please explain it to the rest of us.
    The media

    Report comment
  47. mh says:

    Up the workers!

    George Galloway backs Labour whistle blower against Starmer aide amid East London chaos

    Declassified UK
    44K subscribers

    Report comment
  48. mh says:

    Geert Wilders
    Javier Milei
    Giorgia Meloni
    Marine Le Pen
    Viktor Orbán

    All getting Zionist dollars, I bet.

    They control each side of politics.

    Report comment
  49. mh says:

    “You Are Spreading Propaganda, Goodbye!” | James Whale v Jimmy Dore

    Report comment
  50. mh says:

    Zionists WILDLY ACCOST Anti-Zionist Jews, NYPD Praises Them: “Good Work”

    Status Coup News
    188K subscribers

    Report comment
  51. mh says:

    Kaysee’s a fan, so …

    Tucker Carlson

    Neil Oliver: Proud conspiracy theorist.

    Report comment
  52. Interested observer says:

    Donald Sutherland, brown bread

    Report comment
  53. mh says:

    The Age

    Israeli ‘extremist’ says Gaza should have been reduced to ashes
    By Chip Le Grand

    A former Israeli parliamentarian who once held a position in Benjamin Netanyahu’s government told an online gathering of Australian Jews this week that Israel should have abandoned adherence to international law and reduced Gaza to ashes.

    In a series of incendiary claims, Moshe Feiglin, the leader of Israel’s far-right Zehut party, said there was no such thing as Palestinians, Palestinian statehood was the biggest lie of the 20th century and that Gaza should be resettled by Jewish Israelis and Arab families encouraged to leave.

    “What Israel should have done to Gaza, on the 8th of October, was exactly what the British people did in Hamburg and Dresden and exactly what the American people did in every Japanese city they could reach,” he told a Zoom meeting hosted by the Australian Jewish Association (AJA).

    “They burnt them to ashes. No ridiculous humanitarian aid. The burnt those cities…

    Report comment
  54. Interested observer says:

    Deep waters

    In a groundbreaking archaeological discovery, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced Thursday that a natural gas company’s standard survey of the Eastern Mediterranean floor had uncovered the most ancient ship ever found in the deep seas.

    The discovery of the remains of the ship from the 14th-13th century BCE proves that Late Bronze Age mariners could navigate the seas without a line of sight to the shore, contrary to what was previously believed, the IAA said.

    The approximately 3,300-year-old ship with a cargo of hundreds of intact amphorae was found 90 kilometers off northern Israel’s coast, at a depth of 1.8 km.

    Report comment
  55. Interested observer says:

    The law of unintended consequences

    Officials in Alameda, Calif., have told scientists to stop testing a device that might one day be used to artificially cool the planet by making clouds brighter, reflecting planet-warming sunlight back into space.

    Report comment
  56. mh says:

    Haaretz | U.S. News

    AIPAC vs. Jamaal Bowman: New York Democratic Race Turns Into Referendum on pro-Israel group

    AIPAC has spent over $14 million in its bid to unseat the far-left Democrat in his race against challenger George Latimer next Tuesday. In response, Jamaal Bowman has called the pro-Israel group ‘the Zionist regime’ and questioned its targeting of Black lawmakers.


    Good on Jamaal.
    America Firsters should support him.
    And I would be surprised if he is actually ‘far left’.

    Report comment
  57. mh says:

    A Trip to Israel Changed Jamaal Bowman’s World View — And Could Cost Him His Reelection

    Report comment
  58. kaysee kaysee says:

    Rambling Thoughts About Blogging on this Site

    Following on from my two comments here, I will be posting a few more comments over the next few days. Some may be long comments and readers can stop and read, or scroll past, as they choose.

    We have a free speech platform and I am using it to express my thoughts and to rant. I won’t feel hurt if no one reads these comments. Or if you read and want to respond, that’s okay too.

    Report comment
  59. kaysee kaysee says:

    We are coming up to three years since Sinc’s blog was closed and Adam set up this blog. During the first weekend of the blog, Adam told us that it would be a Free Speech site and would apply the No D..kheads Policy. Initially, this blog was similar to Sinc’s in commenters, content and the nature of the blog. However, a few months later, many moved on to other pastures. A few of us stayed on and kept this site running.

    I have remained here because I like the simplicity of this blog. It is a free gift of a free speech site – all costs for the blog are paid for by Adam. We are not asked or expected to donate, or see Donate pop up windows, or to have Ads floating on the site to pay for the costs. And those of us who post here don’t get paid for it. The No D..kheads Policy rules require us to be respectful of the commenters on the blog – no personal attacks or abuse. And to be careful about posting something that could cause legal problems for the blog. That’s all. Just the basic rules of courtesy. Other than we are free to post anything.

    I have liked coming in here because it gives me a platform for free speech – to come in, read what’s posted by others, have my say and then go away. There isn’t an atmosphere of unpleasantness, infighting or ego issues. For those who are time-poor and like the blog in its current format, this offers a great opportunity for speaking out on any topic.

    The enemy is outside the gates – WEF, UN, globalists, bureaucrats, tyrants, Big Pharma, Big Tech. We need to expose, mock, ridicule and resist them.

    Inside the blog, we are people who just want our freedoms, peace, justice and be allowed to live our lives without the great overlords telling us what is good and bad. We need to unite and fight against the enemy outside this site not with each other inside. We can agree, disagree, debate or discuss. But, in here, we need to follow the basic courtesies and respect for those who are part of this blog.

    Report comment
  60. kaysee kaysee says:

    As the number of regulars on the blog declined, the nature of the blog changed. Then, some of the regulars broke the rules and were out. With the major events and wars around the world, the blog focus has shifted more to the serious news and less to the lighter items. So it may be that the few others who were part of this blog may have decided that the site is too boring, drab or unexciting – not enough funnies, jokes, entertainment and social chatter – and moved on.

    It got to the stage, last month, where it seemed that mh and I are the only ones posting here. Just two of us who have been posting regularly for 3 years. I suppose it must be because we have common goals: we just like to share what we come across from other sites and we don’t bother whether someone responds to our comments or not. We don’t take it personally.

    We’ve probably lasted here because we don’t have ego issues, or need pats on our backs or nice things said about us. We also prefer the focus on the serious issues like the wars and related matters. And now, we are probably being described by Zionists as being “antisemitic” and by Magadonians as having “TDS”.

    (To be continued)

    Report comment
  61. kaysee kaysee says:

    The Bird Flu

    Mike Adams

    “They’re using this to shut down the food supply.”

    “This whole bird flu scare is a total fraud. When they say that they run PCR tests, and they found bird flu in cows, or chickens, or humans, or anything, it’s a complete fraud. There is no diagnostic capability of PCR.”


    Another 100k Chickens Put down taking the Total to over 1 million culled in a month and a 2km Exclusion Zone placed around The Latest Farm. It’s Official, 𝙏𝙝𝙚𝙮’𝙧𝙚 𝘾𝙤𝙢𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙛𝙤𝙧 𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙁𝙤𝙤𝙙

    The Plan

    Report comment
  62. kaysee kaysee says:

    Thomas Massie posted this tweet:

    If you have questions about my interview with @TuckerCarlson, please post them here and I’ll try to answer!

    A number of people have taken him up on that. Each answer has then gone off into a further discussion. One question:
    Why did you seemingly come to the decision that the 2020 election was legitimate?


    The position I came to was Pelosi controlled Congress in 2020, so throwing the election to Congress was a dead end. What do your friends say about this?

    Also, the states decide which electors to send us. Overturning the electoral college with Congress is a terrible idea

    Then, he added this:

    Do you find it interesting that Trump didn’t have his DOJ investigate the election? Barr left in December. Why didn’t the new AG that Trump hired investigate either?

    The Magadonians in the threads don’t like Massie’s answer. They wanted him to say the 2020 election was not legitimate – it was stolen.

    Someone added to the thread this 2022 leaked audio from Steve Bannon.

    Report comment
  63. kaysee kaysee says:

    What Massie revealed about members of Congress and their links to AIPAC in the Tucker interview? He must have been lying.

    Here’s the truth.
    Ben Shapiro sent to defend AIPAC.

    This is hanging on Thomas Massie’s door in Congress

    Report comment
  64. kaysee kaysee says:

    Lee Mordechai

    I’m an Israeli historian. My community is still too silent about the horrible war in Gaza. Over 8 months I’ve closely followed the war, reading >1000 articles and viewing >1000 videos/images of the war from all sides. My summary conclusions & full report are in the 🧵

    Report comment
  65. kaysee kaysee says:

    Jews speaking up:

    Standing with the Jewish people by no means implies that one must stand with the Israeli Government.

    American Hasidic Jew
    The amount of innocent people killed in this war is truly horrific. Our hearts are shattered for so many broken families.

    Orthodox Jews
    It pains us deeply as orthodox Jews to see what Israel ids doing in our name

    Report comment
  66. kaysee kaysee says:

    Q: Know why the politicians and government are pushing through Disinformation and eSafety Bills?
    A: To get social media banned so they won’t be caught out telling lies.
    MSM will be exempt.

    Example: 20 June 2024
    Tweet from Anthony Albanese:
    In two weeks, we’re taking $300 off your power bills. In two decades, Peter Dutton will serve up the most expensive form of energy there is.

    For peddling misinformation on twitter, the Prime Minister of Australia has got caught out and reported via Community Notes

    Some comments:

    – You’re not taking anything off .. my electricity bill has soared to $500.. & I have solar .. which is another con.. rebates are so low it’s not worth having them .. you are full of 💩.

    – That’s deceptive and misleading.

    – I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many community notes on a PM’s feed.

    There’s a Liar in The Lodge
    Liar in The Lodge
    Hey ho the dairy oh
    There’s a Liar in the Lodge

    – With your massive pay rise while the rest of us suffer your policies may be fine but for us we are struggling to live. You’re destroying our country with your renewable fantasy. Leave us the hell alone and quit.

    – Do you ever stop lying??

    – Still waiting on last election promised rebate? Any chance you could stop your misinformation campaign @AlboMP

    – Oh just go away!!!! Resign already. You are a failure.

    – The Lying King promised 100 times to reduce energy bills by $275 while spending $100 billion on Net Zero, green subsidies & “rewiring the nation”. But prices went up 35%. So he’s giving us $300 of our $$ back. Be grateful cos there’ll be no interest cut

    Report comment
  67. mh says:

    Quality geopolitical analysis from young Nick

    Israel Had Prior Knowledge of the October 7th Attack
    Nicholas J. Fuentes

    Report comment
  68. mh says:

    Nigel Farage may be a crazed Zionist, but on this issue he is 100% RIGHT!

    The Age

    Nigel Farage claims the West provoked Putin’s invasion of Ukraine

    The West provoked Russia into invading Ukraine, Nigel Farage has said.

    The Reform UK leader said that the “ever-eastward expansion of Nato and the European Union” gave Vladimir Putin a reason to justify war.…

    … Farage was asked why he had “blamed the West” for Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022.

    He said: “Right, I’ll tell you what you don’t know, I stood up in the European Parliament in 2014 and I said, and I quote, ‘there will be a war in Ukraine’.

    “Why did I say that? It was obvious to me that the ever-eastward expansion of NATO and the European Union was giving this man a reason to his Russian people to say, ‘they’re coming for us again’ and to go to war.”

    … Asked if he was saying the West “provoked the invasion of Ukraine”, Farage responded: “Yes.”

    He added: “By the way, I’m the only person in British politics that predicted what would happen, and of course everyone said I was a pariah for daring to suggest it.

    “George Robertson, former Labour cabinet minister, who went on to become the secretary general of NATO, has in the last couple of weeks said the war is a direct result of the EU expansion.”

    … Another opinion poll on Friday night put Farage’s party just ahead of the Tories, with Whitestone Insight finding Reform was on 20 per cent of the vote share and the Conservatives on 19 per cent.

    Report comment
  69. mh says:

    Putin and Kim laugh and chat in front seat footage from limo drive in Pyongyang

    The Telegraph
    5.58M subscribers


    2 days ago
    This new season of Top Gear looks lit

    Report comment
  70. mh says:

    Headline at The Age

    ‘Just gave money to a Jew’: Seinfeld shuts down pro-Palestine hecklers in Melbourne

    I’m not going to bother getting the story from behind the paywall.

    Just going to point out the obvious that Jerry fails to understand with his lame comebacks – protesting Israel’s actions in Palestine is not Jew hating.

    Report comment
  71. mh says:

    And to add to that comment for those that haven’t been following, Jerry is targeted not because he is a Jew, but because he is a very vocal supporter of Israel.

    Report comment
  72. mh says:

    Comedian Silenced For Noticing Jewish POWER: Whatever Podcast Host Brian Atlas Serves Mossad Masters

    Stew Peters Network

    Report comment
  73. kaysee kaysee says:

    Occasionally, someone will come in and post a comment, then disappear into lurking mode. Why is that? I don’t know. I think this is a great blog because of the content. I am posting anyway to share for anyone who wants to read and learn. We don’t have Likes, Upvotes, Followers or any sign to know that there are others here as well. It would help if there are some of you who value what we post on the blog and want to keep it running, would put in a bit of effort to post regularly. You don’t have to post something profound or a long post. Just a commitment to come in regularly and take part by contributing something to the thread. There are plenty of topics to discuss and it is an Open Thread.

    Sitting back and expecting that mh or kaysee will come in and keep the “show” on the road doesn’t help the blog. I know that I am busy, and I guess that mh is busy too. But we value the blog and we put in some time and effort to keep it going. I’ll do what I can for as long as I can.

    Having a truly free speech site is getting rarer. Twitter is not quite the benchmark for free speech (separate comment on that). There is another site I used to visit regularly but don’t go there as often because, recently, there has been an in-your-face Donate pop up that comes up reminding you to Donate. The site now is more interested in its national rankings than being a free speech site. When you receive donations, at some stage, you have to stop pretending that you are a free speech site. Those who donate will be the ones who decide what you can say and how far you can go.

    Some media sites like the Sky one here in Aus, will get hundreds of comments for their articles. But you can predict what the comments will be – the pro-LNP, pro-Trump, pro Israel vs a minority opposing them. Some others, overseas, like Breitbart, have thousands of comments for their articles – again the comments will be pro-Trump, pro-Israel vs a small number opposing them.

    You can be a Conservative but if you don’t fall in with the pre-defined views and opinions – the “conservative” narrative, you will be called names and get blacklisted (cancel culture is not just practised by the lefties).

    Report comment
  74. kaysee kaysee says:

    Why am I sharing all this?
    I hope it will motivate others.

    I was a lurker on Sinc’s blog. Had never blogged before (except for a short while on a health forum, but that was related to medical issues). I wanted to take part in the Cat blog, but it seemed so intimidating. Finally, I hopped in and started posting. Simple stuff – news, articles. I didn’t bother about whether anyone is reading or replying to what I posted. Over time, it slowly got easier to do. Sinc’s blog was my first experience with real blogging

    This blog is my second one. A few months after Adam set up the blog, I emailed him and offered to write Posts. At that time I thought, maybe, I’d write an occasional article. That’s all. I was surprised when I got the posting rights to get in and directly write posts. I also had some ideas for a CatWiki that I shared with Adam. We had a few discussions on it, but then Adam was very busy and that was it.

    I had never used WordPress before to write Posts or create a Wiki. Initially, I did not know what to do. I could write the article, but how do I get it all set up and published on this site? I started going through WordPress sites and videos to learn how to do it all. Write, format, em-bed, link, images and so on. I practised and tested. Slowly, I learnt how to do it. Now, it is no problem. I enjoy learning and experimenting – whether in comments or in the blog posts – and the outcome is satisfying. So on this blog, I have been both writing both comments and Posts. I have benefitted from it, and I hope that others have also gained from my contributions.

    I prefer to come to this blog to interact because it is like a street library – come in when I can, take info shared by others and share info that I have. I do it for the love of learning and sharing. I seek the truth and am willing to read a lot and research. I learn from what others have shared on other sites and social media. I can’t keep that to myself. I need to pass it on and this is a good place for that. Putting content together, writing drafts and edits takes time. But if it helps others to learn, I am happy to do so.

    Report comment
  75. kaysee kaysee says:

    The choice you have to make is:
    Do you want to take part or do you prefer to just watch “the show”?

    If you are a reader/lurker, you know the kind of content posted here. If you want to take part, post a comment. Just one sentence about something in the news. Or something that happened in your neighbourhood or workplace or while you were out shopping that is related to the issues that are related to the problems we face.

    A few days before Anzac Day,, Destroyer D69 asked this question.
    Do we have an answer?

    Last century, there was a call up for citizens to join up to fight battles on foreign lands, to protect their country. They did so and went with weapons to bloody battlefields. Some of them returned injured – physically and emotionally, others were back in body bags.

    They fought for our freedoms. They gave their lives so we could live freely in peace.

    It is said that the pen is mightier than the sword.
    Are we using our pens/keyboards/keypads to fight for our freedoms? Would the Anzacs be proud of us for continuing to fight for that which they gave their lives for? To ensure that our liberties are not taken from us? That we are not being censored, forced into Digital IDs, WHO pandemic treaties, not allowed to use cash as a method of payment, have decisions made by unelected organisations, overseas?

    If we are not doing our part to fight the battle, can we sit back and complain about corruption or wokeness around us, and how politicians and governments are controlled by outside forces? If our society, country, world is in dire straits, do we expect someone else to go and battle for us? Someone else to spend their free time protesting? Someone else to use their leisure hours fighting against politicians and governments?

    If each of us is not prepared to get into battle mode and fight, we can’t complain about what is happening. If everyone chooses to sit back and lurk, there will be no posters on blogs and nothing for lurkers to read.

    Battle choices-1
    Battle choices-2

    (To be continued)

    Report comment
  76. kaysee kaysee says:

    Neil Oliver:
    ‘…it’s time to STAND UP!!!’

    ‘…deny the establishment crooks, deny the Globalists and the One World Government types who are all enthralled to the World Economic Forum and the central banks…they’re bringing the country to its knees!!!’

    (I haven’t had the time to watch Neil’s interview on the Tucker Carlson show – bookmarked for later.)

    Report comment
  77. kaysee kaysee says:

    Zionism and Christian Zionism vs Christians and Christianity

    Munther Issac
    On Zionism and Christian Zionism
    Ashley Hays
    The Israel of today is not the Israel of the Bible.
    A brief answer

    Report comment
  78. kaysee kaysee says:

    As the war escalates in the Middle East, who is the one at fault?

    Max Blumenthal
    The footage that Israel has from October 7th is FAKE & doesn’t exist!! If Israel has proof of Hamas attacks- why have they not released it yet?

    Is this the same as accusations that UNRWA employees were involved in the October 7 attacks but no evidence as yet? Or those beheaded babies and mass rapes?

    Netanyahu has been justifying his genocide on the ground of destroying Hamas.
    Here’s the news from the IDF The WSJ

    Unable to back down, Israel and Hezbollah move closer to all-out war

    Report comment
  79. kaysee kaysee says:

    Who is responsible?
    Without aid from the US, would this illegal occupation have continued for so long?
    Would this genocide have taken place?

    The bestie allies

    Unconfirmed reports

    More allies
    To Become NATO Chief, Mark Rutte Denied Israeli War Crimes

    Long-standing Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte is set to be NATO’s next secretary general. To win the role, he had to prove his alignment with Washington — and he did so by repeatedly misleading the public about Israel’s crimes.

    Report comment
  80. mh says:

    Cold-Hands says:
    June 23, 2024 at 5:57 pm

    Good one

    Report comment
  81. kaysee kaysee says:

    The UniParty that we tend to forget. The media will show you the glossy side of the candidate that they are backing but not the truth. The message in Neil Oliver’s monologue is being repeated by those who have been carefully observing how their governments have been working.

    Whitney Webb

    Election years suck because otherwise smart people forget it’s a uniparty and what the stakes are. Oligarchs fund both parties, are gearing up to steal everybody else’s wealth to impose tech-powered neo feudalism. Both candidates showed you they are their stooges when in office

    Stop voting for people who showed you they would do whatever the oligarchs want when they had power + then expecting a different result. Lesser of two evil-ism keeps us stuck in a rut while they seal us inside their biometric digitalid-currency hellhole. Walk away, it’s theater

    There are solutions but the majority of the voters aren’t listening.
    They believe that they have it right.

    Report comment
  82. kaysee kaysee says:

    The entire Maga movement revolves around the myth of Trump. The facts will not sway the Magadonians and the Con Inc Media will pick and choose what they report.

    U.S. Tech Workers

    2016 Trump: “I will end forever the use of the H-1B as a cheap labor program, and institute an absolute requirement to hire American workers first.”

    2024 Trump: “I promise to staple a Green Card to anyone who graduates from ANY college, even 2-yr community colleges.”

    This isn’t America First.

    Plenty of jokes and focus on Biden’s cognitive abilities and memory.

    How’s Trump faring?
    Here are 3 minutes straight of Donald Trump confusing and forgetting people’s names, the names of cities he is in and more

    Report comment
  83. kaysee kaysee says:

    🎕 ┈┈┈┈ 🎕 ┈┈┈┈ 🎕
    And for this Sunday…

    One Day at a Time


    A Ponderable

    Report comment
  84. mh says:

    Stew Peters touched on this topic in my link upthread

    The National Socialist Book Burnings 1933 – The Truth

    Zoomer Historian
    131K subscribers

    Report comment
  85. mh says:

    Texas woman charged after ‘attempting to drown’ Palestinian child

    … According to the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Texas), the accused, 42-year-old Elizabeth Wolf, attacked the girl at the swimming pool at her family’s apartment complex. The child’s mother and six-year-old brother were also present …

    Report comment
  86. mh says:

    U.S. airmen try to quit military over U.S. support of Israel in Gaza war

    NBC News
    10M subscribers

    Report comment
  87. mh says:

    It’s grim down south

    Why are the Tories collapsing? These true-blue towns know the answers

    The Guardian
    2.25M subscribers

    Report comment
  88. mh says:

    The Tories – one final grift

    Conservative betting scandal: another top Tory investigated

    Channel 4 News
    3.35M subscribers

    Report comment
  89. mh says:

    Nigel live now:


    Report comment
  90. Esme says:

    Came across this ‘other Tucker’ via a Tucker Carlson interview. Talking about the importance of community in ‘prepping’. It’s interesting and sort of comforting to discover more and more people of all sorts, all over the place, who’ve experienced a similar sort of awakening over the last few years. But, as a few have observed, we’re still living among a majority who haven’t.

    Commenting in appreciation of the quiet awareness of this blog.

  91. kaysee kaysee says:



    Julian Assange is free. He left Belmarsh maximum security prison on the morning of 24 June, after having spent 1901 days there. He was granted bail by the High Court in London and was released at Stansted airport during the afternoon, where he boarded a plane and departed the UK.

    This is the result of a global campaign that spanned grass-roots organisers, press freedom campaigners, legislators and leaders from across the political spectrum, all the way to the United Nations. This created the space for a long period of negotiations with the US Department of Justice, leading to a deal that has not yet been formally finalised. We will provide more information as soon as possible.

    After more than five years in a 2×3 metre cell, isolated 23 hours a day, he will soon reunite with his wife Stella Assange, and their children, who have only known their father from behind bars.

    WikiLeaks published groundbreaking stories of government corruption and human rights abuses, holding the powerful accountable for their actions. As editor-in-chief, Julian paid severely for these principles, and for the people’s right to know.

    As he returns to Australia, we thank all who stood by us, fought for us, and remained utterly committed in the fight for his freedom.

    Julian’s freedom is our freedom.

    [More details to follow]

    Report comment
  92. kaysee kaysee says:

    A statement

    from Stella Assange and Kristinn Hrafnsson.

    Report comment
  93. kaysee kaysee says:

    Julian Assange on his way to Australia

    Julian Assange is a free man and is on his way home to Australia.

    Video shows Assange boarding a charter flight with no handcuffs, no visible prison guards or any other restraints.

    The video released by WikiLeaks shows Mr Assange boarding a private plane at 5pm UK time on Monday.

    The plane left London’s Stansted Airport at 6pm bound for Saipan, an island in the western Pacific Ocean. The reason Assange is flying to Saipan is so he can sign off on the plea deal in a United States territory.

    Report comment

Comments are closed.