Open Thread – Saturday, 02 July 2022

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  1. mh says:

    Russell Brand
    5.72M subscribers

    As Elmo gets a covid shot after the FDA grants authorisation for the under 5s, at what point does kids television become propaganda?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHa10lZch9c

  2. Ragu says:

    PJW bringing some good news

    https://youtu.be/sqPvw-3JnKw

  3. mh says:

    We’re seeing a lot of this

    A Gold Coast half marathon runner has dramatically collapsed near the finish line after suffering a heart attack, with paramedics frantically reviving him before rushing him to hospital.

  4. Steve trickler says:

    Check out the girl / thing that wants to dumpster dive at a abortion clinic.

    👀

    ********

    Fleccas Talks:

    THIS WEEK IN CULTURE #103

  5. Ragu says:

    Whoah.

    Redland City Mayor Karen Williams has been issued a notice to appear for drink driving after she recorded a blood alcohol reading of .177 – more than three times the legal limit.

    Ms Williams lost control of her vehicle at the intersection of Queen and Wellington Streets, Cleveland on June 23, where she mounted a footpath and crashed through a fence into a tree following a budget ‘after party’.

    https://archive.ph/7UO8T

  6. Ragu says:

    Ms Williams is, in all probability, an alcoholic. A really bad type

  7. Ragu says:

    A curiosity of the state of the world today is everyone on social media will be absolutely feeding it to the old drunk and in a few days Mzz Williams will be claiming victim

  8. Steve trickler says:

    The Babylon Bee:

    Humanity was peaceful – until guns showed up. Learn how sinister and evil these weapons of mass destruction truly are.

    Frightening But 100% True Facts About Guns

  9. mh says:

    This episode is superb:

    #FoxBusiness #kudlow
    Stephen Miller: This administration believes in suppressing citizens

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYkXd-NeV84

  10. mh says:

    A Gold Coast half marathon runner who dramatically collapsed near the finish line after suffering a heart attack has been revealed as a well-known Glitter Strip plastic surgeon.

  11. kaysee kaysee says:

    Halifax can ….. Go to Halifax

    Just closed my Halifax account.
    They can stick their pronouns up their/his/her a**e. ‘:

    – Halifax is losing customers after social media team told them to leave if they don’t like pronouns on badges

    – Bank posted a badge of employee called Gemma which read ‘she/her/hers’ and added: ‘Pronouns matter’

    – Customers replied to accuse the bank of ‘pathetic virtue signalling’ and ‘alienating’ many customers

    – Within minutes Andy M, a member of the social media team, said ‘You’re welcome to close your account’

  12. kaysee kaysee says:

    Snake Oil:
    the most vaxxed country in Europe now has its worst COVID outcomes

    Virtually every single adult in Portugal has taken at least two doses of “miracle cure” COVID vaccine, with the vast majority “boosted” as well. Yet this month, the most vaxxed country in Europe has consistently reported its worst outcomes.

  13. kaysee kaysee says:

    #FoxBusiness #kudlow
    Stephen Miller: This administration believes in suppressing citizens

    The point that he makes about the need for a Conservative majority to push back against the woke is correct.

    In the Weekend Oz, Dutton has plans to steer the Libs in the right direction. But he seems to be reluctant to use the label “Conservatives” to define the party. Instead he is saying that the party is neither conservative or progressive but has liberal values.

    It is paywalled – so anyone with access may be able to share it here.

    School reform a Dutton priority

    Peter Dutton will target education as a key political battleground, calling for a debate over the curriculum that he says is at risk of being hijacked by ¬unions and activists.

  14. kaysee kaysee says:

    There is ugliness in the present world but a great deal of human goodness too.

    A story from another blog.

    The mystery has been solved.

    About a month or so ago someone had left some potted vegetable plants on my front porch. The few people that I thought it may be that did it, said it wasn’t them.

    Last night a young man and his son came to my front door to thank me and wish me a happy Fathers Day and he brought us some produce that he grew. It was he that left the plants on my porch.

    A couple months ago I took a day off from work to finish up a project I had started the day before. While working on it I caught an unusual movement out of the corner of my eye. When I seen what it was I stopped what I was doing and ran after a toddler that was running down the middle of the street heading toward a fast driving country road with traffic on it. The toddler was barefoot, half naked, upset and crying. I sat with the kid at the front of my driveway waiting for a parent to come and find the kid. The postman came by to deliver mail and I asked her if she’s seen this kid on her rout, she hadn’t. She did have an app on her phone that found where the kid lived and it was local. I asked her to let the kids parents know that I have their son and he’s safe and to come and pick him up.

    The father came and got him. He said that mom had just started a new job after having a period of maternity leave from their newest child. The young family is a farm family and dad was busy with feeding their youngest when the toddler took off. The kid was upset and was trying to find his mom. I told the dad that the police were not called and that child services were not called.

    The young man gave us the potted plants from his farm’s greenhouse and the produce he gave us came from his farm. I told him it was very much appreciated but was absolutely not necessary. I already had my reward by being there to help and that to give god the thanks for placing me in the right place at the right time.

  15. Old bloke says:

    mh says:
    July 2, 2022 at 11:16 am

    We’re seeing a lot of this

    Climate change.

  16. kaysee kaysee says:

    The Mockictionary has now been promoted.

    On the sidebar, it has moved up several rungs to sit above the CatWiki.
    It has also secured a position on the main menu bar. It is now placed between The Catictionary and CatWiki.

  17. Steve trickler says:

    FFS! The ugly pig, Pallachook, needs a distraction. No doubt all the breaky TV watchers will happily comply. How can anyone still have a aerial connection plugged into their monitors? It just boggles the mind.

    🐑

    Just pull the plug out! It is not that hard. I have a close friend of mine that finally had a child. It took many attempts with his wife; age being a factor. He still wears a mask when going to the supermarket and no doubt he will blindly follow “health advice” and get his kid jabbed.

    I predict the end of our friendship when I tell him he is f******g mad!

    The return of mask mandates

    *******

    GTV:

    The return of mask mandates

  18. kaysee kaysee says:

    The Transition from June to July

    Moja
    .

    Mbili
    .

    Tatu
    .

  19. Steve trickler says:

    I wonder if friendlyjordies will take on Tony Heller?

    🤣

    Give it your best shot you pathetic piece of goo. FJ’s thinks he is on the ball….tells us about renewables you Labor supporting hack…the Libs are in the same boat with the equally moronic Greens.

    Do it! Doooooo it!

    Attack Heller, FJ’s.

    I do not think he has the balls. I reckon he is shit scared to go down that path. He will get a proverbial flogging.

    Fj’s fan base seems to be ABC fans. Filth of the EARTH.

  20. Ragu says:

    The return of mask mandates

    Funny, I just saw that filthy Lezzo Phelps begging for a return to masks.

    IGNORE THIS INDIVIDUAL

  21. Ragu says:

    By how much will the Cadbury Loserbies get flogged tonight?

    16 points? 24? 32?

  22. Steve trickler says:

    Let it play out. I am on the fence and watching.

    *********

    Fj’s

    Avi Yemini 🤣

  23. kaysee kaysee says:

    2/

    Owner pretends to be drowning

    to see if his dog would save him

  24. kaysee kaysee says:

    2021:
    Dutch PM Rutte following WEF orders
    .

    2022:
    Dutch farmers revolution
    .

  25. Steve trickler says:

    Repost.

    Dementia and driving do not mix. Family members have to take away the car keys.

    Look where this bloke was found.

    **********

    Adventures with Purpose:

    SOLVED: Missing 12-months Underwater (Ralph Brown) DANGEROUS RECOVERY

  26. Cold-Hands says:

    This week’s WiP: Road Rage Edition

  27. Cold-Hands says:

    Speaking of road rage, NautPoso found footage (on twitter) of the moment Trump lunged for the Steering wheel…

  28. Ragu says:

    Hold the teleporte, Warren. The Choccie Loserbies might be in with a chance.

  29. cohenite says:

    Oh, sorry, already done.

  30. cohenite says:

    Some Jihad Watch instead.

    Not quite as funny.

  31. Steve trickler says:

    Sleep well, ladies and gents.

    Lennon/McCartney: Blackbird // DR Pigekoret

  32. Ragu says:

    The irrepressible Neil Oliver

    https://youtu.be/vDzgNsBFx7w

  33. Ragu says:

    Veritasium with a riddle

    https://youtu.be/iSNsgj1OCLA

  34. mh says:

    Superwog

    Never far from drama Nick Kyrgios refused to play, demanded his opponent be kicked out of Wimbledon – and then produced some of the finest tennis of his career to reach the fourth round

  35. Steve trickler says:

    Tony Heller:

    If you view climate journalism and policy as a dark comedy, it is actually pretty funny.

    Climate Comedy From The Press

  36. mh says:

    The New Atlas

    Russian Ops in Ukraine (July 1-2, 2022): Snake Island, Russian Gains in Donbass, Western Narratives

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fup1n0M5PqQ

  37. Woolfe says:

    Hey Ragu the Looserburys won in Perth!

  38. Woolfe says:

    If you want to know whats actually happening in Ukraine follow these guys on twitter

  39. Ragu says:

    Yeah, Woolfe. Another couple of minutes and the losers would have lost. Still, always nice to win over those inbred periodontal disfigured homos

    Must admit I didn’t pay close attention as the laws these days shit me.

  40. Ragu says:

    If the FDA isn’t going to even pretend to run a clinical safety and efficacy profile for these new re-jigged mRNA shots then I reckon we (the populace) are pretty much plooked. I’d be surprised if the TGA pulled their finger out of their arse and do some trials.

  41. kaysee kaysee says:

    How Schools Sexualise Your Children

    “Groomed: How Schools Sexualise Your Children” exposes the worrying degree to which politicised, divisive ideologies – including gender theory, critical race theory, queer theory and “transgender toolkits” – are being taught to our children through Personal, Social, Health and Economic education (PSHE).

  42. kaysee kaysee says:

    Australia: The Death Curve

    Graph One
    .

    Graph Two
    .

  43. kaysee kaysee says:

    The irrepressible Neil Oliver

    Neil refers in his video to the footage of PMs Boris and Justin laughing together at the G7.

    This morning on talkback radio, a caller said people are not being fair to Albo about his overseas trips since he became PM. Meeting other world leaders is important because they need to meet face to face and discuss issues that would affect their countries.

    I have no objection to the PM globe-trotting in his jet as long as he doesn’t get back here and tell us about zero-emissions and evil fossil fuels.

    I also don’t care about his love affairé with Macron where he claims to be resetting Australia’s relationship with France. Each country makes decisions that are best for the country, its security and its economy. Deals are torn up and new ones made, often enough.

  44. Ragu says:

    Thanks, Kaysee!

  45. mh says:

    More evacuations ordered as floods to exceed March event

    Near-constant heavy rain and spilling from Warragamba Dam have seen floodwaters surge through towns in the Hawkesbury-Nepean area, with the SES issuing several more evacuation orders.

    So is Net Zero going to stop these events?

    Tim Flannery, advisor to Australian governments, said rising emissions meant no more dam-filling rains.

    Maybe we have cut too much?

    Stop the coal closures now!

  46. mh says:

    COVID vaccine requirement to be scrapped for international arrivals

    Foreign citizens seeking to visit Australia will no longer have to declare their COVID-19 vaccination status, bringing to an end one of the tough border control measures enacted because of the coronavirus pandemic.

    Health Minister Mark Butler said the change to the Biosecurity Act will come into effect from 12.01am on Wednesday, July 6, and was based on advice from Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly.

  47. Steve trickler says:

    Health Minister Mark Butler said the change to the Biosecurity Act will come into effect from 12.01am on Wednesday, July 6, and was based on advice from Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly.

    🤦‍♂️

  48. Steve trickler says:

    A bloke walking his dog.

    As for the buyback…I’d be at the local park at midnight setting them off.

    ************

    Cash:

    Cash 2.0 Great Dane at the Los Angeles fireworks buyback event at Brand Park in Mission Hills 1 of 2

  49. kaysee kaysee says:

    Transitioning from June to July

    Moja
    .

    Mbili
    .

    Tatu
    .

  50. kaysee kaysee says:

    Lefty in the US

    A truth-filled rant

    (Language warning)

  51. kaysee kaysee says:

    My Body, My Choice

    The Get-the-snip clowns

    NYPost
    .

    WaPo

  52. Shy Ted says:

    In Austria the massive harm done to human life and health done by the Covid “vaccines” has resulted in the Austrian Minister of Health shifting responsibility to doctors who betrayed their medical responsibility to inform patients of the risks of the vaccine.

    I thought it said Australia. It will. In time.

  53. Steve trickler says:
  54. Shy Ted says:

    Meh. I’d rather have the real thing – Jeffrey Dahmer

  55. kaysee kaysee says:

    ˘◡˘

    Break time

    1/
    Flintstones scene
    that went over my head as a child

  56. kaysee kaysee says:

    Jordan Peterson

    Twitter ban

    Refusing to back down, Dr Jordan B Peterson calls out the “woke moralists” as he deconstructs the tweet that put him in the censors’ crosshairs.

  57. mh says:

    Tsitsipas on Nick Kyrgios:

    “He has some good traits in his character, as well. But he also has a very evil side to him, which if it’s exposed, it can really do a lot of harm and bad to the people around him.”

    ***

    Of course he has an evil side. He’s a Victorian.

    Good to see others recognising this.

  58. mh says:

    Jeff Bezos
    @JeffBezos
    ·
    Ouch. Inflation is far too important a problem for the White House to keep making statements like this. It’s either straight ahead misdirection or a deep misunderstanding of basic market dynamics.

    President Biden
    @POTUS

    United States government official
    My message to the companies running gas stations and setting prices at the pump is simple: this is a time of war and global peril.

    Bring down the price you are charging at the pump to reflect the cost you’re paying for the product. And do it now.

  59. mh says:

    Australia keeps on giving to America’s proxy war

    Albanese promises Zelensky new $100m aid package during Kyiv meeting

  60. Fat Tony says:

    Albanese promises Zelensky new $100m aid package during Kyiv meeting

    No problems – Sleazy will just borrow it from the CCP

  61. Black Ball says:

    Off to listen to Graham Hood speak today in Huntly. He is running 2 sessions, 12-2pm and 6-8pm. Be interested in his opinion on matters of the last couple of years.

  62. Old bloke says:

    Fat Tony says:
    July 4, 2022 at 9:51 am

    Albanese promises Zelensky new $100m aid package during Kyiv meeting

    No problems – Sleazy will just borrow it from the CCP

    10% for the big guy.

  63. Old bloke says:

    Shy Ted says:
    July 3, 2022 at 7:13 pm

    In Austria the massive harm done to human life and health done by the Covid “vaccines” has resulted in the Austrian Minister of Health shifting responsibility to doctors who betrayed their medical responsibility to inform patients of the risks of the vaccine.

    It’s throw them under the bus time, politics 1.01. The same will happen sometime in the future when the polies blame the climate scientist and their poor advice for our miserable declining living standards.

    Nevertheless, the medicos are to blame. For informed consent, no medication should be given without advising the patient of adverse events, and that includes reading the 32 pages of adverse events even if that adds an hour to the consultation.

    I’ve got no sympathy for the medical profession.

  64. Fat Tony says:

    I’ve got no sympathy for the medical profession.

    Very well educated, supposedly high ethical standards – they have even less defence than the politicians. It’s their field of expertise.

    When the effects come through in a big way, the medicos will be the first ones the victims’families will go to….politicians & bureaucrats next.

  65. mh says:

    Not a scorcher

    Brisbane current temp 13.5 °C

  66. johanna johanna says:

    mh, just wait till the BOM does the ‘adjustments.’ It will be the warmest July evah!

  67. Arky says:

    This explains it all.
    If you have children or grandchildren in schools or about to go to uni, you MUST understand what has happened if you have any hope of avoiding the worst of it. Share with other parents.
    Dr. Lyell Asher.
    This is it:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hybqg81n-M

  68. johanna johanna says:

    Arky, the internet is awash with links to things that the proponents claim are must sees/hears.

    Included is the popular delusion that if only schoolchildren/MPs/the entire population were forced to see/hear/read this, the scales would be lifted from their eyes.

    It’s not the way the world works, as I suspect that you know.

  69. Arky says:

    Read my comment again.
    I didn’t say you MUST watch what I watched.
    I said as a parent or a grandparent you MUST understand what has happened in education.
    Watch whatever the hell you want.

  70. mh says:

    Listening to SBS news.

    “Major win for Russia”.

    Next story – Albanese tells Ukraine we will support them “for as long as it takes”.

    More borrowing and spending. That’s the way.

  71. mh says:

    Pat Cash labels Nick Kyrgios’s Wimbledon behaviour ‘cheating, manipulation, abuse’

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-07-04/pat-cash-criticises-nick-kyrgios-wimbledon-behaviour/101205382

  72. Shy Ted says:

    Best comment around the traps today –

    I have it from a reliable source that Anthony Albanese will pay a visit to Australia later this year. I’ll keep you updated if I hear more.

    Cripes, normal people on Twatter
    Bonus oversized bottom.

  73. Ragu says:

    Dont worry about Karen, Arky. That was very informative. Thank you

  74. Ragu says:

    Albanese tells Ukraine we will support them “for as long as it takes”.

    Is it irony when the Prime Dentures of Arsetralia is an avowed socialist and he’s flinging taxpayers money at a war against Russia?

  75. mh says:

    Guest with George Galloway

    US & Britain wanted Ukraine invasion to happen

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSQJN8a5Gsw

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