Open Thread – Saturday, 03 September 2022

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  1. kaysee kaysee says:

    Warren Mundine

    The scourge of ‘anti-racism’ is making speaking up against domestic violence in Aboriginal communities impossible

    The reason Justice Kelly’s interview and speech have caused such a stir is because she did what few people have the courage to do: speak honestly about violence against Aboriginal women in the Northern Territory.

    It was a harrowing account, backed up with facts and figures, of the treatment of many Aboriginal women in parts of the NT by their predominantly Aboriginal partners.



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  2. Steve trickler says:

    Stew Peters:

    It’s getting harder and harder to cover-up the effects of the bioweapon clotshot pushed on us by our tyrannical government. Karen Kingston reveals that all of this was a coordinated attack that was planned many years ago.

    Who Was Behind Operation Warp Speed? Congress, Biden & Obama Plotted Mass Bioweapon Scheme Years Ago


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  3. kaysee kaysee says:

    It’s getting harder and harder to cover-up the effects of the bioweapon clotshot pushed on us by our tyrannical government.

    Is Trump prepared to take responsibility for his role in promoting the jabs?

    If he wants to run in 2024, he has to answer all questions related to the vaxx. Or else just step aside and endorse DeSantis.


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  4. mh says:

    CNBC

    Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday accused the U.S. of wanting to maintain a “dictatorship” over global affairs at the expense of Europe and the rest of the world.

    Putin slammed the West repeatedly during a speech to business leaders gathered in far eastern Russia, saying sanctions imposed on Moscow for its invasion of Ukraine were a “danger” to the whole world and left Europe worse off.

    “The pandemic has been replaced by new challenges of a global nature, carrying a threat to the whole world, I’m talking about the sanctions rush in the West and the West’s blatantly aggressive attempts to impose their modus vivendi on other countries, to take away their sovereignty, to submit them to their will,” Putin told delegates at Russia’s Eastern Economic Forum in the port city of Vladivostok on Russia’s Pacific coast.

    “The high level of industrial development in Europe, the standard of living, social and economic stability — all of this is being thrown onto the fire of sanctions,” he added.

    “They are being wasted on orders from Washington in the name of so-called Euro-Atlantic unity. Though in reality, they are basically being sacrificed in the name of preserving the U.S. dictatorship in global affairs,” Putin said.


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  5. Arky says:

    in the name of preserving the U.S. dictatorship in global affairs,” Putin said.

    ..
    The USA earned that position, because while the USSR was carving up Poland with Hitler, she remained neutral. Only entering that war after being attacked in Pearl harbour.
    She then shouldered the responsibility of driving back both the imperial militarist Japanese and liberating Western Europe from the Nazis. Then she shouldered the responsibility of confronting the Soviet bloc and holding them back in both Western Europe and the Far East for decades, including getting into brutal civil wars in Korea and Vietnam started by the Russians and the Chinese.
    Her gifts well outweigh her sins, even after the useless, stupid Mid East wars of recent times.


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  6. Arky says:

    The USA also brought the world Coca Cola, blue jeans, the Ford V8, rock and roll, Playboy, and the Western movie.


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  7. mh says:

    Arky, put the Eddie Murphy videos away.


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  8. mh says:

    CNBC

    Europe’s bad energy policy will reduce their quality of life, says former Sen. Judd Gregg

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sovSZOfg59M

    ***

    The female ‘former Obama Energy Official’ gets reamed.
    CNBC’s Becky Quick white-knighted her towards the end, but that bit got cut off the video, lol


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  9. Arky says:

    It’s a worry that the behaviour of a small group of far left lunatics which the broader left has for so long failed to pull into line, has bleed into the wider culture and breed a self contempt towards the West and our alliance obligations for some on the centre right.
    I lived through the period in NZ when we went “nuclear free”. When “America” became a dirty word. When we failed to keep the alliance alive, refusing entry to US warships and ditched our fighter jets. It was a time when the French sank the Rainbow Warrior and anti- nuclear hysteria took hold.
    Today China has made real inroads to my old homeland. It has changed beyond recognition.
    Be careful how you go about expressing your worries about Biden, cultural Marxism, the deep state and all the rest of it.
    China and Russia are not the solution, and the USA remains an essential component in our security and freedoms and that of billions of others.
    A “accelerationist” view of the decline, the wish for an American civil war is a insane position.
    Whoever won a new American civil war would emerge to face a world where her allies were over run, her place diminished beyond repair, her enemies entrenched and our entire civilisation faces collapse.
    Elections are always dodgy, politicians are always accusing the other party of corruption, and indeed, corruption always exists. What has changed is the weaponisation of the fringe loonies and the open expressions of bile and hate.
    The solution to election cheating is to put in the work on the ground in the months before the election, with the organisation of observers and vetting of officials. The hard, ordinary mundane work. The solution to this insidious cultural Marxism must come mainly from the centre left, in the hard, ordinary, daily work of explaining to their core how the world actually works. How shutting coal fired power plants in Australia while opening a dozen in China doesn’t actually do anything but make the world worse. It’s a hard sell though, after the the right, in the form of our countries capital, sent all the factories to the same destination.


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  10. Arky says:

    Almost all of the above that I just wrote, in ordinary times, would be uncontested.
    But after the Covid over reach and thuggery, there is no longer any tolerance left in many of us.
    Something has changed for the worse during those two years in all of us.
    All those responsible must be ejected from public life, and those who take over must state categorically that what was done was wrong and will never be repeated.


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  11. Eyrie says:

    Only entering that war after being attacked in Pearl harbour.
    Only entering that war after being conveniently attacked in Pearl harbour. FIFY.
    Roosevelt was just dying to get into that war. Another damned leftist/socialist.
    You can maintain a simplistic view of who did what to whom first but there are such things as preemptive strikes. Israelis in 1967 is one. Russia – Ukraine is another. Keep poking that bear on a chain with a stick. Oh shit the chain wasn’t actually attached to anything.
    I do hope the USA gets its house in order but that is looking unlikely. Wishing won’t make it so, so we must explore the worst case.


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  12. mh says:

    Oh, that Breitbart link is a couple of months old.

    I expect the situation has escalated since then.


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  13. Arky says:

    Roosevelt was just dying to get into that war.

    ..
    Good thing for Australia that he did.
    Good thing for Australia that the conduct of that war was above partisan American domestic politics too.
    Otherwise you would be speaking Japanese, or, more likely, you wouldn’t exist at all.
    What is good is what is in our interest. Simplistic or otherwise.
    That is all.


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  14. Arky says:

    I don’t want the West to dismantle the Chinese and Russian empires because it’s the morally good thing.
    I want us to do so because it’s in my interest.
    That it is also good to rid the world of these monstrous things is incidental.
    I also want the centre right to dominate politically in the West over the next decade.
    The two things are not connected. That somehow, in some crazy wiring malfunction, these things are now intertwined in the brains of some people on the right is a mystery to me.
    Putin isn’t going to help you rid the West of storytime transvestites in the library hour.
    Xi is not some magnificent champion of libertarian free trade.
    They are both horrible little people who want your country, your culture and yourself dead. Rotting in the streets, dogs eating your guts dead.


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  15. Steve trickler says:

    The following is some seriously scary sh*t.

    *********

    Stew Peters Show:

    Mat Taylor joins us once more…this time with VIDEO evidence. The geometric shapes form and dissipate according to frequencies from our internet, phone and 5g towers. Pfizer has been caught RED HANDED!

    NEW Nano Circuit Discovery: Frequencies from Phones, Laptops Build Circuits


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  16. Eyrie says:

    I’m impressed that Vlad and Xi have shared their plans for world domination with you, Arky.
    OTOH, the Euroweenies and the corrupt USA want the Russian regime changed so they can loot Russia’s energy and mineral wealth. Xi would like to do the same. This isn’t a simple picture.


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  17. Eyrie says:

    From a commenter over at Karl Denninger’s blog:

    Actually, the West did rape and pillage Russia through the 1990s. Putin broke up the orgy beginning in 2001, and that is why they hate him so much and have demonized him for the past 20 years.

    I believe that the reason that Ukraine, which has immense natural resources and therefore had huge potential to be prosperous after 1991 –just like Russia — did NOT become prosperous, and instead sank into one of the most toxic, depraved, trashed, corrupt hellholes on the planet is precisely because — unlike Russia — Ukraine didn’t have a Vladimir Putin.

    When you look at Ukraine now — one of the world’s biggest toxic waste dumps (other countries pay to ship their toxic waste there), one of the biggest source countries for human trafficking, and the second-biggest destination (before this year’s war) for child-sex tourism (after Thailand) — you see what Russia might look like now, had there been no Vladimir Putin.

    As it was, when Putin came in 20 years ago, the Western ghouls had already had ten years to wreak havoc and destruction. Seventy percent of Russians were in poverty; now it is ten percent, thanks to 20 years of Putin’s hard work. Life expectancy has increased by ten years since Putin came in. Not to mention that he has rebuilt the churches the Communists had torn down, and has been a bulwark against the LGBTQIA+ insanity and sexualization of children that has swept through the Western world, including Ukraine.

    As I said, just look at Ukraine and see what 30 years of Western corruption, perversion, rape and pillage can do to a country. Things were heading that way in Russia after 10 years. Vladimir Putin stopped it. Anyone want to know why Russians (and those of us who love Russia) love the man? Just do a little compare-and-contrast between Russia and its neighbor that has been the darling (i.e., the victim) of John McCain, the CIA, Victoria Nuland, the Biden family, and George Soros.


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  18. mh says:

    I also want the centre right to dominate politically in the West over the next decade

    So who is that in Australia?


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  19. Arky says:

    Eyrie says:
    September 8, 2022 at 12:04 pm
    I’m impressed that Vlad and Xi have shared their plans for world domination with you, Arky.

    ..
    It was me who ten years ago was telling everyone that we would get to this point. Look on the archived old version of the cat.
    While almost everyone else was “China has opened up, free trade has made the world better, inflation is defeated, interest rates are permanently low, the political correctness will die in the face of reality, etc. etc. etc.”.
    I was the only one saying it was insane to have given up our industrial base to the enemy.
    And idle hands did what idle hands do.
    Without serious real productive work for the masses, we descended into progressive hell.
    We are where I predicted we would be.down to predicting what interest rates would do.
    It was me in 2015 telling you all “You won’t believe the shit in the schools and universities, and it’s coming your way soon”.
    You don’t have to lecture me on the complexities of the situation we are in. I wrote about it, long and detailed for many, many years, and in the face of serious abuse from smug idiots who thought the good times would go on forever.


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  20. Arky says:

    And I’m here to tell you again.
    Most people have it wrong.
    And I will once again be the target of abuse for that observation.
    You are subject to concerted propaganda campaigns from experts, and you are being herded towards certain conclusions about the current situation which are not in your self interest to hold.


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  21. kaysee kaysee says:

    World Climate Declaration

    (see CatWiki)


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  22. Steve trickler says:

    The chips relate to electronics but on top of that, the history of China’s ability to manufacture a ball point pen came as a surprise.

    Things we learn.

    ***********

    Serpentza:

    Why China Can’t make Chips!


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  23. kaysee kaysee says:

    1/
    LOCKSTEP
    A guide to the #NewWorldOrder

    2/
    What’s the WEF
    4th Industrial Revolution, you ask?

    3/
    World Economic Forum’s
    ENTIRE plan EXPOSED in just 60 seconds…


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  24. mh says:

    It was me who ten years ago was telling everyone that we would get to this point. Look on the archived old version of the cat.
    While almost everyone else was “China has opened up, free trade has made the world better, inflation is defeated, interest rates are permanently low, the political correctness will die in the face of reality, etc. etc. etc.”.
    I was the only one saying it was insane to have given up our industrial base to the enemy.
    And idle hands did what idle hands do.
    Without serious real productive work for the masses, we descended into progressive hell.
    We are where I predicted we would be down to predicting what interest rates would do.
    It was me in 2015 telling you all “You won’t believe the shit in the schools and universities, and it’s coming your way soon”.
    You don’t have to lecture me on the complexities of the situation we are in. I wrote about it, long and detailed for many, many years, and in the face of serious abuse from smug idiots who thought the good times would go on forever.

    I’m seeing a pattern of behaviour.


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  25. Arky says:

    I’m seeing a pattern of behaviour.



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  26. Arky says:

    mh says:
    September 8, 2022 at 7:46 am
    Oh, that Breitbart link is a couple of months old.

    I expect the situation has escalated since then.



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  27. Arky says:

    I’ll tell you something else.
    Every time I criticise the Chinese on one of these blogs, within hours I get hang up phone calls from random numbers in NSW. Every time.
    So to the resident CCP agents reading this: Stick it up your a***.


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  28. Admin Admin says:

    And I will once again be the target of abuse for that observation.

    Arky,
    You are free to share your information or express your opinions.

    By the same token, others on this blog are free to debate, question, discuss, agree or disagree with what you say in your comments.

    All done – keeping the blog rules in mind. It is possible to disagree, agreeably.

    Becoming a target of abuse for an opinion or observation?
    Not on this blog.


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  29. Arky says:

    Not on this blog.

    ..
    Good. Thanks.
    However, I didn’t say on this blog in particular.
    I post elsewhere as well. The pro-Russian view has infiltrated across the right blogosphere.
    Any criticism of that view or attempt to moderate it by reminding people that despite the Biden presidency, the Covid lockdowns, and the woke nonsense, we still live in the West with freedoms and institutions that if we utilise our duties and rights to oversee them, have every chance to live good lives.
    The left didn’t do what we are doing when they felt in this position. They organised. They held authorities accountable. They marched and published and pushed and pushed and pushed. They litigated, held sit ins and demos.
    The processes to do so are still there.
    But those processes are not available in one party states that seem to be the model some are craving.
    Try that stuff in China or Russia.


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  30. Admin Admin says:

    BTW, with the exception of trolls, I do not like blocking or banning commenters. Decisions are not made on a whim because of one word or one comment. When it happens it is because there has been a repetition – an attitude, smartassing, breaking of rules.

    If after all that, the blocked commenters still do not get it and think they are right, they’ll continue to break the rules and disrupt the blog.


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  31. Arky says:

    National security should be bi-partisan.
    And abortion, gender rubbish, and all the other social issues raised to discredit the West are irrelevant to the security debate.
    And, in my opinion, most of it is self correcting.
    People who mutilate themselves aren’t then having children. And if the green stuff continues down this path the inner city persons who mainly push it will find themselves living in dark cities. Won’t hurt me so much out here, but the inner city will be a nightmare. These things will time and time again recoil mostly upon those who advocate for them. The same for those who have pushed for politicised police forces. They generally live in places of high crime. Good luck to them. Public schools and universities that continue to indoctrinate will find themselves without a product that anyone wants.
    But this will take longer than most expected. It was premature to expect this stuff to self immolate immediately upon contact with reality. These trends take time. And when ideology meets reality, it is reality that gets deformed first. But ultimately, reality slowly reasserts itself.
    It is fact that we cannot run a modern transport network on EVs. This won’t stop them trying. But they will fail.


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  32. Arky says:

    Every morning at 5.30 I used to get up and hit the freeway here.
    Already, at that hour, it is full of a multitude of tradesmen in their vans, utes and trucks.
    Off before the day dawns to do all the things that keep the city functioning.
    The elites, rolling onto the same freeway hours later to go to their offices are oblivious to that work, or what and who it entails.
    They imagine the world runs with only that which they observe.
    If they imagine a world of highly priced electricity and limited personal travel, they do not even realise they are imagining a world of total civilisational collapse. That massive army of workers is going nowhere and doing nothing to maintain their lives without cheap and convenient energy.


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  33. mh says:

    Erdogan – Europe reaping what it sowed


    “Europe is actually reaping what it sowed,” Erdogan told reporters in Ankara on Tuesday, adding that sanctions drove Putin to retaliate using energy supplies.

    “Putin is using all his means and weapons, and the most important of these is natural gas. Unfortunately – we wouldn’t want this but – such a situation is developing in Europe,” Erdogan said.

    “I think Europe will experience serious problems this winter. We do not have such a problem,” he added.



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  34. mh says:

    Gravitas LIVE: The ugly truth about China’s lockdowns | Mainland China gets the “Xinjiang treatment”

    590,917 views Streamed live on 2 Sept 2022

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6ogyyCrtbQ


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  35. mh says:

    More Nige

    #foxbusiness #varney
    Nigel Farage: UK in a ‘terrible mess’ thanks to green policies

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djsQtjt1bfU


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  36. Cardimona says:

    Arky, you’re on fire!
    Great stuff!


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  37. kaysee kaysee says:

    To the Queen of Heaven: Happy Birthday.

    Ave Maria
    (F. Schubert)

    1/
    Instrumental (violin)

    Anastasiya Petryshak

    2/
    Vocal

    Andrea Bocelli


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  38. Shy Ted says:

    Good comments, Cats. Tell it like it is and don’t pull your punches. Some of us took note and have prepared accordingly. Over the road other Cats are telling ScuMo to go away and similar. Wrong attitude. We need these characters visible, out in the streets, feeling the love of their adoring subjects.
    When the lights do go out, and they will, they’ll still be on in certain places occupied by these characters. Go over and say hello. And as we’re all in this together, helping yourself to the bugs in their fridges and larders won’t bother them one bit.
    Or sit in the dark and starve. I can’t see the TV betas objecting too much.


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  39. mh says:

    It’s not Vladimir Putin that has been trying to force mRNA ‘vaccines’ into my arm the last two years.

    Melbourne had the world’s longest lockdown to ensure their residents consumed the new Big Pharma products.

    And my state of Qld had a southern border where separated friends and family could only wave to each other, not meet.

    And Donald Trump said himself, the most difficult country he had to deal with was America.


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  40. kaysee kaysee says:

    Next month, Brazil goes to the polls.

    Former left-wing President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva vs “far-right” Jair Bolsonaro.

    Meanwhile in Brazil

    The President that allegedy killed all his countrymen with Irresponsible Covid Policies…Addresses a Monster Crowd in his Re Election Campaign



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  41. kaysee kaysee says:

    Toowoomba Qld

    This is Next Level Insane …Watch as a council worker lures out cat’s so they can issue the owner a $280 “Cat” “Roaming” fine.



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  42. Arky says:

    Cardimona says:
    September 8, 2022 at 6:48 pm
    Arky, you’re on fire!

    ..
    PUT IT OUT PUT IT OUT PUT IT OUT.
    Oh.


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  43. kaysee kaysee says:

    It seems to me to be an over-simplification of the current world crisis that there are two groups and that our choice is one of them.

    China and Russia on one side vs the West on the other.

    I have no problems in seeing China as the enemy. Russia, is another story. The West has made a huge mistake. They have not learnt from the previous World Wars. Isolating a country, in this case, Russia, has forced that country to team up in solidarity with the bigger enemy, China.

    Is the West – the West of Schwab and his minions – really our friend? The same West that stole our freedoms, forced dangerous jabs into arms, threatened the security and livelihoods of ordinary people and continues with its Great Reset plan to destroy us? The same West that has forgotten its foundations and is now trying to destroy Christianity and the values that have formed the basis of Western Civilization?

    Nope.

    The answer is for freedom-loving people, all over the world, who share the same goals and values to unite and fight against the obvious enemies like Communist China and the hidden enemies that Schwab had planted around the world.

    But are Conservatives and those on the centre-right prepared to get off from under their doonas and unite? As long as they don’t have the fire in their backyards, they will continue to stay curled up in their comfort zones.


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  44. kaysee kaysee says:

    The Remnant

    The Conflict Between the West and Russia Is a Religious One

    The war currently underway in Ukraine—which pits Ukraine as a proxy for the collective West against Russia—is primarily an ideological or religious one, with Russia representing what is left of Christian Europe, and “the West” representing a totalitarian ideology that abhors religion in general and Christianity in particular. This statement may sound strange, given the fact that some Westerners – though fewer every day – still see “the West,” (basically Europe and North America) as Christian, and Russia as Communist, or crypto-Communist. But this is no longer the case, and has not been for some considerable time.

    (Follow the link to read the rest of the article.)


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  45. mh says:

    I have no problems in seeing China as the enemy. Russia, is another story.

    I support those poor Chinese citizens suffering under the ‘Covid Zero’ policy. I bet there is plenty of opposition to the cretins running the joint.


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  46. Arky says:

    Kaysee.

    Is the West – the West of Schwab and his minions – really our friend?

    ..
    The West is us.
    And yes, we have our problems.
    If you define the West as that internal bit that is attempting to subvert the West, rather than the majority who are in every way possible trying to resist that, or just live their lives, I think that is an error.
    I have never known any field that isn’t a bit corrupt. Corruption is part of life.
    It’s like crime. You can never erase crime. The question isn’t “Is there crime”? or “Is there corruption”? Or “Are their factions of people like Schwab trying to subvert us”? There always is and always will be.
    The question is: “Is the system still the best”?
    And out of all possible alternatives, on the whole, the West is still the best.


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  47. mh says:

    Arky, you are a Kiwi.
    I’m not sure NZ is part of the West.
    It’s some weird part of the hobbit kingdom.


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  48. mh says:

    Andrew Tate speaks about living in Romania

    https://youtu.be/Uq4cDv2cUoE?t=2404


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  49. kaysee kaysee says:

    If you define the West as that internal bit that is attempting to subvert the West, rather than the majority who are in every way possible trying to resist that, or just live their lives, I think that is an error.
    I have never known any field that isn’t a bit corrupt. Corruption is part of life.

    This little “internal bit” is a very powerful system that has been underway for over 50 years. Like a colony of white ants, unseen but far more dangerous than a huge pack of lions that you can see from afar and prepare in advance.

    This is not corruption. It is a deeper, evil agenda.

    The majority are not trying to resist. It is a minority – a percentage of them – the freedom battlers who are fighting. The alternative media, professionals in different fields – medical, law enforcement, political, education and others who have put themselves out on the line to fight at the cost of their jobs, careers and even families.

    Why is the West still the best? Because it was set up on the foundations of Christianity. Democracy may not be perfect but it is the best we have.

    What we need to do is to select the best of what the West has to offer along with its Christian heritage and democracy, in the way it is meant to be. Pick out the scum that have been responsible for the rot and get rid of them.

    How do we do that?

    I have repeated this several times and will keep repeating it. We may be in the majority but unless we realise who is the common enemy and unite against it, we cannot win.


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  50. kaysee kaysee says:

    When I speak of those who are fighting the battle, I include those who come on this blog (and other Conservative alternative media sites) and do their bit to share the news and information about what is taking place in this country and around the world.

    It is a good example of how unity works. Each of us on our own would not be able to get access to all the news. But when we unite here to share what we know and have learnt – some with a little bit; one article, one video, one comment or others with a wider base of information and knowledge and links – all unite and pool in what they have so that it helps everyone travelling through this blog get wiser about what is really going on in this world vs the MSM fake news.

    Unity. That is the key. Unless the silent majority step up and are willing to join, the battle cannot be won.


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  51. Arky says:

    It’s some weird part of the hobbit kingdom.

    ..
    It’s unique alright.


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  52. mh says:

    Flatten zee curve!

    Mark Steyn: ‘The lamps are going out all over Europe all over again.’

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ay2L1OzRXqA


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  53. JohnJJJ says:

    This is Next Level Insane …Watch as a council worker lures out cat’s so they can issue the owner a $280 “Cat” “Roaming” fine.

    Encatment.


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  54. mh says:

    Russell Brand

    This Is F*cking Ridiculous
    340,541 views 8 Sept 2022
    As teachers in Australia learn they will have their pay cut for not getting the vaccine, how can punishing the unvaccinated continue in light of mounting new evidence surrounding vaccines, lockdowns and natural immunity?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_C__uu3Fx4U


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  55. mh says:

    One for the Tickler

    Queen’s doctors concerned for her health – palace

    The Queen is under medical supervision at Balmoral after doctors became concerned for her health, Buckingham Palace has said.

    “Following further evaluation this morning, the Queen’s doctors are concerned for Her Majesty’s health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision,” a statement said.

    “The Queen remains comfortable and at Balmoral.”

    Prince Charles is now with her and the Duke of Cambridge is on his way.

    The Duchess of Cornwall has also travelled to Balmoral.

    The announcement comes after the Queen, 96, pulled out of a virtual Privy Council on Wednesday, with doctors advising her to rest.

    Prime Minister Liz Truss said the “whole country” would be “deeply concerned” by the news.

    “My thoughts – and the thoughts of people across our United Kingdom – are with Her Majesty The Queen and her family at this time,” she added.

    The Queen appointed Ms Truss as prime minister at Balmoral on Tuesday, instead of travelling to London for the event.



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  56. Steve trickler says:

    Gearing up to finally be used?

    ********

    Marria Zeee on the Stew Peters Network:

    Maria Zeee breaks down newly introduced Legislation in Australia allowing the United Nations to conduct interrogations inside government-run “quarantine” camps under the guise of ensuring the safety of the “detainees”, and how the Climate Change agenda is going to be weaponized against people, causing them to be detained in future.

    Uncensored: WARNING! Australian Legislation -United Nations Interrogations Inside “Quarantine” Camps


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  57. mh says:

    “Australia is a penal colony – fuck them”

    Andrew Tate Romania


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  58. mh says:

    Morning Steve,

    Queen Elizabeth II dies, aged 96



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  59. mh says:

    Harry and Meghan, currently in the UK, will be as popular as a chokito bar in a public swimming pool.


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  60. mh says:

    Donald Trump used his social media platform, Truth Social, to join the tributes.

    “Melania and I will always cherish our time together with the Queen, and never forget Her Majesty’s generous friendship, great wisdom, and wonderful sense of humour,” he wrote.
    “What a grand and beautiful lady she was – there was nobody like her!”



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  61. Steve trickler says:

    mh says:
    September 9, 2022 at 6:30 am

    Morning.

    So I read. 96 is a good innings.


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  62. Steve trickler says:

    I wouldn’t consider this Sci-Fi.

    4:12

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    Zachary Denman:

    It started with the zero carbon policies to help cool the planet down… But eventually human beings were completely regulated for their carbon usage through their smart phones and meters installed in their homes…

    Zero Carbon | Dystopian Sci-Fi Short Film


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  63. kaysee kaysee says:

    I heard the news when I woke up this morning. My first thought was – it is still the 8th of September, in the UK. Queen Elizabeth II was the world’s most famous and well-known queen of the present generations. She goes to the next world on the same day that the Catholic Church celebrates the Nativity of the Queen of Heaven.

    However important one’s life on this earth, the next world is set by different standards.

    As monarch, she had a power that she refused to use. Her promise was service and that meant she may have had to sign up to what she may have disagreed with, at a personal level. With duty, and the tasks and responsibilities that go with it, there are choices that one must make.

    For one earthly kingdom, or for several kingdoms, I would not want to be in such shoes. The crown would not be worth the price. But that is just me. I did not have to be in that situation due to circumstances of birth.

    The Witness of Queen Elizabeth II

    But even before her accession to the throne, Princess Elizabeth made clear that she willingly and gladly accepted the immense duty thrust upon her by the accident of her birth (and the abdication of King Edward VIII that put her father on the throne). During a radio address on her 21st birthday she proclaimed,

    I declare before you all that my whole life whether it be long or short shall be devoted to your service and the service of our great imperial family to which we all belong.

    What’s amazing is how consistently she kept that youthful promise.



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  64. mh says:

    I believe this was her final duty

    The Queen has appointed Liz Truss as British prime minister, tasked with steering the country through a looming recession and energy crisis that threatens the futures of millions of households and businesses.

    Ms Truss, the fourth Conservative prime minister in six years, flew to the royal familiy’s Scottish home on Tuesday to be asked by the 96-year-old monarch to form a government.

    WEF swearing in WEF.


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  65. kaysee kaysee says:

    1/
    Blake Masters

    I’m declaring war on Joe Biden’s dysfunctional affirmative action regime

    2/
    Just a Girl

    An epic rant. A couple of *rude* words.


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  66. kaysee kaysee says:

    The Irish Times
    Enoch Burke tells court he will not compromise beliefs

    A teacher who objects to addressing a student with the pronoun “they” is to remain in Mountjoy Prison after telling the High Court that he will not comply with an injunction preventing him from attending or teaching at the secondary school where he is employed.

    He told the court that even if he had to remain in prison for “every hour of every day for the next 100 years” he would not compromise his beliefs nor agree to comply with the terms of the court order.



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  67. johanna johanna says:

    kaysee, I agree about QEII. Remember, she was there decades before the WEF, and tying her to it is a stretch, IMHO.

    Although I’m not a monarchist by inclination, the other forms of government don’t seem to have a much better track record. I’m inclined to think that it is not so much the formal ‘system’ as the overall polity that determines outcomes. That said, there are certainly ways of making things worse in designing the system.

    As for Elizabeth R personally, she was only human, and hence fallible. But, in terms of stepping up to a demanding and often boring and tedious job for all of her adult life, she can’t be faulted. Just think of all those long and ghastly (in terms of the company) dinners and lunches – thousands of them. She never once cracked, threw her plate at the Lord Mayor or banana republic tyrant across the table and yelled “ENOUGH!”

    She’s a better woman than me. 🙂

    RIP.


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  68. kaysee kaysee says:

    Remember, she was there decades before the WEF, and tying her to it is a stretch, IMHO.

    No doubts, however, about the eldest son who has now ascended to the throne.

    1/
    Queen Elizabeth II

    2/
    Who is this twitter account holder?
    Follows 3 but has 16.2K followers.
    Maybe gained in the past 12 hours?

    Mystery Name: ?

    Queen Elizabeth II will die on September 8th 2022
    Posted on Feb 5, 2022


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  69. mh says:

    Global Times
    @globaltimesnews
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    China state-affiliated media
    President Xi on Friday sent a message of condolence to UK’s new King Charles III on the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, and extended sincere sympathy to the British royal family, British government and people.


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  70. Steve trickler says:

    The History Guy:

    The rare example of a food fad that has maintained its popularity, the tangy dressing on romaine lettuce salad has a history as rich as a coddled egg, involving multiple nations, a bevy of movie stars, an infamous American divorcee, a disputed origin story, and, prominently, alcohol. And, perhaps surprising to many, is unrelated to the notorious Roman dictator.

    Caesar Salad and Satan’s Playground


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  71. mh says:

    Stay classy, Greens

    Bandt calls for a republic hours after Queen’s death

    The timing of Greens leader Adam Bandt’s push for Australia to ‘move forward’ and become a Republic has been questioned.



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  72. mh says:

    Nice thoughts from Vladimir

    Vladimir Putin sent a note to King Charles III to express his condolences.

    “Your Majesty, please accept our deepest condolences on the passing of Queen Elizabeth II,” he began.

    Putin continued: “The most important events in the recent history of the United Kingdom are inextricably linked with the name of Her Majesty.

    “For many decades, Elizabeth II rightfully enjoyed the love and respect of her subjects, as well as authority on the world stage.

    “I wish you courage and perseverance in the face of this heavy, irreparable loss. I ask you to convey the words of sincere sympathy and support to the members of the royal family and all the people of Great Britain.”



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  73. mh says:

    India: MBC Samachar News Journalist “Suddenly” Collapsed On September 6, 2022

    https://twitter.com/RodolpheTola/status/1567732137285099523?s=20&t=bVH_pjY4Bd1VE2OzR5V_MA

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    Bonus QE11 footage


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  74. Steve trickler says:

    Show starts at 1:40.

    **********

    Del Bigtree:

    Dr. Drew’s ‘Aha’ Moment; Doc Sues Board For $35 Million; Vaccine OK’d on 8 Mice; Journey into the Mind; Del Reveals ‘The Real Alex Jones’ 2-Part Event

    Guests: Paul Thomas, MD; Mattias Desmet, PhD; Dr. Maria Hubmer-Mogg

    Episode 284: THE FINE LINE


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  75. Steve trickler says:

    Who will be the first to get next 8 mouse tested flu shot? I am confident it will not be people who poste here.


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  76. Steve trickler says:

    …the next / who post.

    Grrr.


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  77. Steve trickler says:

    The first hour with Del Bigtree is worth your time. I’ll watch the remaining hour and a half over the weekend.

    Sometimes you need to a break from all the madness.


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  78. mh says:

    #redacted #claytonmorris #moomoo
    King Charles and WEF just aligned on Great Reset agenda | Redacted with Clayton Morris

    9 Sept 2022
    Did you know that Prince Charles, now King Charles, was the first to announced the Global Reset? Boy was that prophetic. Farmers in the Netherlands are being persecuted more than ever to stop providing food to the masses. What is this all about? We break it down.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZgKX6vPo6Cc


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