Open Thread – Saturday, 02 July 2022

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  1. kaysee kaysee says:

    Enrich your vocabulary.

    It gets woker and queerer with intersectionality and gentrification against anti whiteness.
    Radical progressiveness and progressive enlightenment with inclusivity and anti blackness and ableism. An appeal for co-conspirators.

    Did you follow what I’ve written above? No? Neither do I.

    Perhaps this will shed some light. Remember, this is not a satire piece.

    Queer-owned business shut down by employees for not being woke enough

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  2. kaysee kaysee says:

    There is enough data to prove that it doesn’t work.
    But …..
    Believe the government and bureaucrats. Believe them.

    Like NSW CHO:

    NSW Chief Health Officer Dr. Kerry Chant in her finest of form…

    Seen in Melbourne

    Mystery in Alberta

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  3. kaysee kaysee says:

    Mexican President campaigns to dismantle the Statue of Liberty
    if Assange is convicted in the U.S.

    President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said on Monday that if Julian Assange is convicted in the United States for the WikiLeaks case, a campaign should be launched to dismantle the Statue of Liberty in New York because that country would have lost its identity.

    Any campaign from the Australian PM?

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  4. mh says:


    Johnson to resign as British Prime Minister
    After days of convulsive political drama where more than 50 frontbenchers resigned, he was forced out when it was clear he had next to no support.


    Let’s hope the next UK PM leaves his tongue 👅 out of Zelensky’s arse.

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  5. Steve trickler says:

    Hang on, darling!

    I’ve seen the injuries that can result.

    Trust is needed here.


    F R David Words Don’t Come Easy

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  6. mh says:

    Novak on Kyrgios

    “Although he said bad things about me for years, he stood by me again in Australia – and when it was most difficult for me, he was one of the few who spoke in public in my favor and supported me – and I am grateful to him for that”

    — Novak Djokovic

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  7. Lolleybags says:

    Lollipop King, Close it down as it’s an embarrassment to the Catallaxy name. Close it down you goose.

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  8. Steve trickler says:

    Peppa the Pig Johnson is gone?

    Who steps up?. How will they fair?…I expect another globalist fellating f-wit to appear.

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  9. kaysee kaysee says:

    From Dave Rubin

    Elon Musk Reacts to Jordan Peterson’s Twitter Suspension

    Nice suggestion in the comments:

    Elon Musk should retweet Jordan Patterson’s tweet that got him banned. And we well see if Elon Musk will get banned as well.

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  10. Fat Tony says:

    Can anyone please shed some light on this “nitrogen pollution” that appears to be a big hit in Holland?

    Given that Nitrogen is about 80% of the atmosphere, what’s the problem?

    (Apart from being a plan to create massive famines around the world…Sri Lanka, Holland – Australia next).

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  11. Candy says:

    Novak Djokovic is such a great guy.

    I wonder if Boris Johnson’s demise will worry PM Albanese. A PM can be brought down by the opposition party, by those in their own party, by bad polls, by media. A tight rope to walk for any leader to walk.

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  12. Ragu says:

    Anyone seen this ballsy move? Black republican campaign ad with Officer Tatum

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  13. Ragu says:


    Anyone seen this ballsy campaign ad by a black republican candidate?

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  14. Ragu says:

    Yay. I was beginning to think I was shadow banned from our awesome clubhouse.

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  15. mh says:

    On NOW

    #BorisJohnson #Resign #DowningStreet
    LIVE: Boris Johnson RESIGNATION address after brutal Cabinet coup – Downing Street

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  16. Fat Tony says:

    PerryJ says:
    July 7, 2022 at 9:09 pm
    Given that Nitrogen is about 80% of the atmosphere, what’s the problem?

    Too much of a good thing is a bad thing.
    Climate change logic?

    Bit like climate change – carbon pollution referes to carbon dioxide
    And nitrogen pollution refers to nitrates.

    Hammer – nail syndrome. Nitrate problem, then ban nitrogen fertiliser, not work at efficiencies & effectiveness.
    Famines make people easier to control.

    Gates & his parasitic mates are making artifical “meat” and insect protein-based food.

    So really it’s in our best interests….like the jab.

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  17. Steve trickler says:

    I wonder if Queen Elizabeth will denounce both the C-19 scam and the climate change bullshit before she passes away?

    Legit questions.

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  18. Steve trickler says:

    Anyone thinking Queen Elizabeth and family have been injected with that shit is a fucking idiot.

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  19. Steve trickler says:

    I wonder how cops were undercover in the clip I posted 9:33 pm?


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  20. Steve trickler says:

    how many cops…@9:33 pm.

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  21. Steve trickler says:

    No doubt Queen Elizabeth has hosted a meal with Schwab.

    She’s hosted all the ***ts in the world that are screwing us over. And the evil bitch is still silent on current events. What is she doing at the moment to counter the WEF?


    She is evil. Evil to the core. She has
    yet to denounce any of the globalist bullshit!

    X: How dare you say that!
    Me: 🤣

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  22. Steve trickler says:

    F*ck off with the Queen and WW2 war stories. She did f*ck all. Today, she is the face of evil, along with her family. Putrid WEF following pigs.

    X: How dare you say that!
    Me: Easy to say. She’s an evil bitch.
    Me: She and family are evil!
    ME:F*ckk off, she’s evil, along with the offspring.

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  23. Steve trickler says:

    Queen Lizzie has ample opportunity to redeem herself before death. I doubt she will though. Disgusting human beings. Most of her family are scum of the Earth.

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  24. Ragu says:


    Rafael Nadal’s 2022 Wimbledon campaign has come to an end after the 22-time Grand Slam winner withdrew from his semi-final against Nick Kyrgios due to injury.

    The Spaniard struggled with an abdominal injury during his quarter-final clash against Taylor Fritz on Wednesday and at several times looked like he would throw in the towel after his family encouraged him to retire.

    Go Superwog!

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  25. Ragu says:

    £1,050,000 guaranteed for the Angry Man. Thats a lot of Air Jordan’s

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  26. mh says:

    A Kyrgios v The Joker Wimbledon final is a win-win.

    The press hate them both.

    As we have to wait until Sunday night, here is
    Young Wog Tennis Players

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  27. Ragu says:

    “Getting within victory by default is the sweetest of all”

    – Sun Tzu

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  28. mh says:


    Nick Kyrgios is 1.93m tall, or 6′4”

    Yes, you often underestimate a player’s height on the tv.

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  29. Ragu says:

    “Be polite and courteous to all you meet, but have a plan to call them all Fags”

    – George Patton

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  30. Ragu says:

    How tall is Novaxx?

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  31. mh says:

    Novax is 1.88m, or 6′2”

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  32. mh says:


    different players, different personalities. @rafaelnadal I hope your recovery goes well and we all hope to see you healthy soon 🗣🙏🏽 till next time….

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  33. Shy Ted says:

    When I moved I drove on a toll road for the first time in decades and didn’t have an account. Saw the signs, pay in 3 days or be penalised. Went to the website within the timeframe – “It may take up to 2 weeks for your invoice to be displayed online”.
    You can see it coming, can’t you.
    2 weeks later it appears, a non-itemised bill for $17.64 which I paid, not knowing what the actual charges were or how many toll roads I’d been on. 2 weeks after the trip I get a physical bill with a “due date” of 14 days later. So I query it and ask for a refund. Numerous emails later, this is where we’re at –

    Exactly what is so hard for you cretins to understand. I drove on a toll road, incurred $7.17 in fees which I tried to pay. You are unable to provide accurate details in the 3 day period and then charge $17.64, $10.47 in penalties! You owe me $10.47. Because you are thieves and incompetents.
    You have my credit card details for the refund. Kindly pass this on to a more senior cretin, thief or incompetent who can authorise this. Better than spending thousands of dollars wasting the Ombudsman’ time.

    As Shakespeare said in the sonnet “How many ways does the government rob thee. Let me count the ways…”

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  34. Shy Ted says:

    Behind it all
    What we’re really watching for in the UK are 2 things, Boris’ replacement and his connections and where the 50 resigners go – stay in the UK or head off overseas with their filthy lucre.
    Luckily we’ve got the best graduates on the job
    PS I’ve got some absolutely distasteful but hilarious memes but not sure if I should

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  35. Shy Ted says:

    Sonny in Vermont is on a roll.
    I think he’s the only commenter.
    That’s why I’ve applied for the head hangman’ job, despite being a terrible knot-tier. Pollies and journos first.

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  36. Shy Ted says:

    Fact hunt warning.
    Is this creature also this creature cos that would make it a crisis actor. Or two.

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  37. Shy Ted says:

    Why did they choose Greta? (PS is usually pretty solid).

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  38. Steve trickler says:

    Tony Heller:

    Badlands, you gotta live it everyday
    Let the broken hearts stand as the price you’ve gotta pay
    We’ll keep pushin’ till it’s understood
    And these badlands start treating us good
    For the ones who had a notion, a notion deep inside
    That it ain’t no sin to be glad you’re alive

    Ozone Hole Times Seven

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  39. mh says:

    James Caan, brown bread.

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  40. johanna johanna says:

    The Good News – Blow-Jo is on the way out.

    The Bad News – like our ‘conservative’ parties, the UK Conservative Party is infested with spineless careerists, and none of the likely successors inspire confidence in a significant change in direction.

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  41. Arky says:

    George Gammon. Loss of trust in NZ government and global elites, investing, stagflation, Cold War:

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  42. mh says:

    Abe down

    Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was shot and gravely injured while campaigning Friday in southern Japan, according to public broadcaster NHK.

    Abe, Japan’s longest-serving prime minister, was giving a speech in the city of Nara when he was shot around 11:30 a.m. (10:30 p.m. Thursday ET). NHK, citing the local fire department, reported that Abe was in a state of “cardiopulmonary arrest.” It said the suspected shooter appeared to have been apprehended.

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  43. Arky says:

    Did it occur to our dismal elites that their push to a low energy, low lifestyle economy for the masses is at the expense of creating a whole, competing China- based rival economic system?
    That they forgot to lock down the geopolitical hegemony before smirkingly offering a shit stained future of bug eating and owning nothing?
    No, it didn’t.

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  44. Eyrie says:

    Regarding the Dutch “nitrogen crisis” and the linked article, animals result in production of nitrates and phosphorus in wastes. These are both valuable. There must be a way to recycle them.

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  45. Old bloke says:

    Arky says:
    July 8, 2022 at 2:17 pm

    Did it occur to our dismal elites that their push to a low energy, low lifestyle economy for the masses is at the expense of creating a whole, competing China- based rival economic system?
    That they forgot to lock down the geopolitical hegemony before smirkingly offering a shit stained future of bug eating and owning nothing?
    No, it didn’t.

    I’m not so sure Arky, I don’t think that our Lords and Masters bumbled into this situation, it’s more likely that it was planned.

    Our Lords and Masters want to rule the world so I suspect that they made some arrangements with China that would bring them into the globalist’s plans such as giving them our western manufacturing capabilities, exempting them from carbon dioxide emission quotas, turning a blind eye to their industrial scale human rights abuses, etc. and in exchange the Chinese would become a party to the borderless globalist one world government which they have planned.

    Nations which refuse to go along with this Babylonian takeover will be punished, there’s no room for nationalism and patriotism in their plans, hence the “colour revolutions” and the war on Putin.

    China is playing along with these drunken globalists but there’s no way that China will ever surrender their sovereignty.

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  46. Ragu says:

    Regarding the Dutch “nitrogen crisis” and the linked article, animals result in production of nitrates and phosphorus in wastes. These are both valuable. There must be a way to recycle them.

    Without nitrogen or phosphorus life as we know it would not exist. Those two elements are the backbone of our DNA as well as the cyclic molecules of energy. The problem isn’t so much an accumulation of ‘waste’ it is life appearing in number and mass that we can’t currently contain or use to our advantage.

    So you’re on the money Eyrie, what is missing is a contra-doomsday breed of personnage to solve these rypes of problems

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  47. Steve trickler says:

    Titre : I Won’t Let You Down
    Interprète : Ph.D
    Année : 1982
    Auteurs compositeurs : Jim Diamond, Tony Hymas
    Durée : 4 m 09 s
    Label : WEA

    PhD – I Won’t Let You Down (HQ)

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  48. Steve trickler says:

    This should be a cracker.


    Del Bigtree:

    At the ‘Better Way Conference’ in May, Del asked the forbidden question: “Do Vaccines Have a Role In the Better Way Forward?” Watch the full debate everyone has been asking for, then don’t miss Del’s candid follow-up interview with Geert.

    Guest: Geert Vanden Bossche, PhD, DVM


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  49. Eyrie says:

    Nearly 50 years ago I asked a biology lecturer at a uni as the what we were likely to run out of first – phosphorus was the answer.

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  50. Arky says:

    what we were likely to run out of first


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  51. mh says:

    johannajohanna says:
    July 8, 2022 at 2:29 pm
    At least one national leader has not fallen for the Kool Aid

    Former Bank of England Governor Mervyn King says the economics profession is bullshit:

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  52. Arky says:

    You thought they couldn’t offshore agriculture like they did manufacturing.
    World Economic Forum initiative to establish food hubs on every continent, except the one’s where you and people like you live.
    Get ready for a massive transfer of agricultural plant and equipment and knowledge and investment.
    At last farmers, you get to see what I saw in the eighties.
    Everything you love and relied on destroyed and the valuable bits shipped to cheee-nah.
    Suck shit idiots.

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  53. mh says:

    Shinzo Abe, brown bread.

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  54. Ragu says:

    Im sure Japan has a rich history of knocking leaders, but it isn’t an even I recall in the post Bomb era

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  55. Ragu says:

    Suck shit idiots

    I guess you mean Skincare Davidoff and that preCambrian idiot named Joe that pushed ‘as long as it’s cheap who cares where it is made’ which is the the most idiotic form of libertarianism because it ignores the reality that our economy is on a downward spiral due to central wage fixing. The dumb pricks couldn’t address the problem.


    Watching the Bret Weinstein and Kisin interview and Kisin is a lightweight. He proudly adheres to the fallacy of authority.

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  56. Steve trickler says:

    Have fun if you choose to click on the link.

    Big screen and loud.


    The World of Hans Zimmer Live 2018 – Vienna (Ultimate Cut)

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  57. Fat Tony says:

    Ragu says:
    July 8, 2022 at 7:43 pm
    Im sure Japan has a rich history of knocking leaders, but it isn’t an even I recall in the post Bomb era

    Try this oneō_Asanuma

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  58. Arky says:

    A good potted history.
    Why Australia doesn’t make it’s own cars:

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  59. Ragu says:

    Cheers, Fat Tony

    Carpe, any thoughts?

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