Open Thread – Saturday, 05 November 2022

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  1. Shy Ted says:

    Australia is finally nearing the end of lockdowns after more than a year and a half of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Don’t think so. They’re ramping up the Christmas variant. Prof Paul Kelly has just stated it’s not his job to order a lockdown but he’ll make recommendations. Remember, it’s just another brick in the wall of the grand scheme. We need a newsworthy event that scares our overlords to the bone. It won’t come from opposition politicians. And much as I like the stuff in the Senate by Alex Antic, Malcolm Roberts and small number of others, there’s no change to the regime.

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  2. Shy Ted says:

    I’d like to acknowledge the contributions of First Nation peoples, Cheers!

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  3. Shy Ted says:

    Mates rates – 50% discount.
    It’s the ABC of course so naturally “staffer” hides his seniority. He’s been on the out since getting caught up in a cocaine scandal, which also seems to be missing from the article.

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  4. kaysee kaysee says:

    While innocent civilians are dying, the one who is supposed to be looking out for them spends his time in social theatrics.

    A drama on the world stage and Zelensky is the main puppet actor.

    From one fraudster to another. Oscar-worthy performances.
    Sean brought his Oscar statuette as a symbol of our country’s victory

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  5. kaysee kaysee says:

    The next election in the UK will be in the next two years.
    Who will win?

    With such COP-agenda compliance it would seem that WEF underling Sunak is burying the Conservative party so deep it will keep Labour in power for a few decades. Unless Farage and team can work some miracle alternative.

    Prime Minister Rishi Sunak says UK is “delivering” on commitment of £11.6bn in climate finance and he will triple funding on adaptation to £1.5bn by 2025 “I profoundly believe that is the right thing to do,” he tells COP27 conference in Egypt

    But, from GB News, this:

    Labour is doomed
    Keir Starmer will NEVER win the next election, says Keith Bays

    LABOUR is odds-on to crush the Tories when Britain next heads to the polls, but many seem to have forgotten the latter have an enormous 78-seat majority in the House of Commons. That inescapable mathematics means Labour need an enormous swing of up to nine points to provide the party with the seats needed to regain power.

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  6. kaysee kaysee says:

    On that Penn Senate seat.

    Kathy Barnette registered to be a candidate early in the race. The others came in much later. She ran a low-budget grass roots campaign going door-to-door. By May, Oz and McCormick had spent a combined $24 million on advertising, compared to Barnette’s $159,000, according to the ad-tracking firm AdImpact.

    Oz supporters ran this Crazy Kathy Barnette ad using bits and pieces convenient to discredit her.

    She did a long interview – I posted that when it took place – where she answered all the questions.

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  7. kaysee kaysee says:

    Continuing …

    Kathy in 2016

    This video just unsufraced from @Kathy4Truth’s Faecbook page. Look who she voted for in 2016. This woman been with Trump from DAY ONE of his general election!

    Trump in 2022

    Former President Donald Trump slams Kathy Barnette and Dave McCormick at @DrOz’s town hall – live on phone before audience.

    Statement by Trump

    Kathy Barnette will never be able to win the General Election against the Radical Left Democrats. She has many things in her past which have not been properly explained or vetted, but if she is able to do so, she will have a wonderful future in the Republican Party — and I will be behind her all the way.

    He endorses Oz and expects her to stand a chance after he has discredited her? And if she gets selected then he will back her?
    He didn’t have the resources to check her background that many of us could dig into and find her answers and explanations?

    So did his fully vetted candidate, Mehmet Oz, win against the Radical Left Democrats?

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  8. mh says:

    Funny if not fake news

    Maggie Haberman
    Trump is indeed furious this morning, particularly about Mehmet Oz, and is blaming everyone who advised him to back Oz — including his wife, describing it as not her best decision, according to people close to him

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  9. kaysee kaysee says:

    Funny if not fake news

    It is in the NYT so it could be fact or fiction.

    But after reading about his threatened tell-all on DeSantis, I agree with Power Line (my emphasis):

    At this point, Trump is a giant anvil around the neck of the Republican Party. In many areas, likely most, he is absolute poison. To be associated with Trump is to lose. Pretty much everything he has done in the last two years has been not just ill-advised but massively destructive to the Republican Party and to the United States. He has teased a “big announcement” in the next few days. I hope he announces that he is moving to Bulgaria.

    And this one:

    Goodbye, Donald

    A consensus is emerging among Republicans that it is time for Donald Trump to get off the stage and stop damaging his party and his country. It is reflected in tomorrow’s New York Post cover:

    Liberal fundraisers actually put money behind Trump-endorsed candidates in GOP primaries all over the place to help them prevail so that Democrats could face them in the general election. It was transparently cynical and an abuse of our political process. But it worked like gangbusters.

    The Democrats played Trump like a violin, and he joined in enthusiastically because his megalomania blinded him to political reality. He is a loser.

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  10. mh says:

    The ironing

    Cameras were rolling inside the Library and Archives Canada building in Ottawa Wednesday when a government lawyer suddenly collapsed during an official inquiry.

    The incident happened just as Public Order Emergency Commission lawyer Gabriel Poliquin was questioning Ontario deputy solicitor general Mario Di Tommaso about the government’s use of the Emergencies Act during the Freedom Convoy demonstrations.

    Lawyer Collapses During Emergency Act Inquiry

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  11. mh says:

    Bitcoin/USD Coin Metrics 16,409.5

    Wow. That may be heading to Peter Schiff prediction levels.

    I see the Dow and S&P fell 2% overnight.

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  12. kaysee kaysee says:

    A suitable analogy to depict the global warming hoaxers.

    Climate hippies on trust funds threatening us with a violent revolution.


    Melbourne cafe


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  13. mh says:

    Alex Jones –

    “The smoking gun is the exit polls coupled with the key districts having the computers go out all day long in different areas and all in the specific key, not just states we said it would happen, but in the very districts and sub-districts and precincts that had the highest Republican turnout. No problems in all the Democrat areas. The same thing happened in Houston. The same thing happened in Dallas. The same thing happened in San Antonio, almost no news coverage.”

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  14. Old bloke says:

    kaysee says:
    November 8, 2022 at 2:16 pm

    Facebook Parent Meta Is Preparing to Notify Employees of Large-Scale Layoffs This Week

    Zukerberg is in strife, so much invested in his metaverse which has been a dud. The WEF has been pushing the metaverse as it will give the plebs a virtual reality in which to amuse themselves and keep them compliant but the plebs don’t want it, they prefer the real world.

    2022.11.07 Why Facebook Is Dying – Gonzalo Lira – 7 mins.

    He’s making all his videos on his apartment balcony lately, the lights have gone out in Kharkiv.

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  15. mh says:

    Arizona’s Maricopa County Elections Department has addressed an Election Day issue where dozens of polling stations ran out of paper ballots, impacting tens of thousands of votes.

    A joint statement from Chairman Bill Gates and Vice Chairman Clint Hickman said Arizona elections officials will investigate the incident completely and assured voter tabulations will not ultimately be impacted.

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  16. mh says:

    Charlie Kirk
    Kari Lake on Tucker Carlson:

    On Day 1 she will declare an invasion on the border, and then next, she will declare a special legislative session to address Maricopa County’s chronic election embarrassments and restore trust in Arizona’s elections.🔥

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  17. Shy Ted says:

    I don’t watch Q&A but tonight I might just take a sneak peek –
    Q+A 8:32PM – 9:36PM
    David Speers asks if Australian democracy is fragile. With cybercrime on the rise, politicians and their families being violently attacked and existential threats looming, here’s how people can protect themselves and society.
    I think we’d remember if it had been in the news. What’s the betting they’re talking about Paul the Hammer-Undies.

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  18. mh says:

    David Speers asks if Australian democracy is fragile.

    Ron, what do you think?

    “That’s not a free country. It’s not a free country at all,” DeSantis said. “In fact, I wonder why we would still have the same diplomatic relations when they’re doing that. Is Australia freer than communist China right now? I don’t know. The fact that that’s even a question tells you something has gone dramatically off the rails with some of this stuff.”

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  19. mh says:

    Courier Paywall

    OnlyFans trend behind rampant shopping centre teen orgies

    ‘It’s the new norm’: Residents are sharing in collective outrage over horror stories of ‘weird teen orgies’ in parents’ rooms across Brisbane as police investigations begin.

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  20. mh says:

    Also at Courier Mail

    Summer of hell? Queensland’s fatal Covid ‘mistakes’ revealed


    Mask mandate for Christmas? CHO answers your No.1 Covid question


    ‘Soup of variants’: Qld in grip of fourth wave, 93 per cent spike in hospitalisations

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  21. kaysee kaysee says:

    With cybercrime on the rise, politicians and their families being violently attacked and existential threats looming, here’s how people can protect themselves and society.

    Is Speers asking a question or does he have a solution to save Australian democracy?

    Step 1: Shut down the ABC.

    But that would mean Speers & Co. would be out of their well-paid gigs.

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  22. kaysee kaysee says:

    Even his ardent supporters are giving up on him.

    Don Surber

    We can talk about cheating and the fix being in and mail-in votes. We can go on and on about the deep state and the media. We can spend months in denial but the fact is, Americans do not want Donald John Trump to be their president.

    He did not save the Republican Party. He spent it.

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  23. mh says:

    Hurricane Nicole landfall imminent along Florida coast as millions brace for vicious storm surge

    At least Floridians know the adults are in charge.

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  24. kaysee kaysee says:

    A slap in the Pface:
    Pfizer chief boasts to investors

    Pfizer is charging $130 for its COVID-19 vaccine – a 10,000% mark-up from the estimated $1.18 it costs them to develop a single dose of the vaccine. The firm was charging the US government around $20 per shot but rose prices in an effort to make up for poor demand for the jabs. It is forecasted to rake in over $100billion in revenue this year, and brought in $81.2billion last year. These figures well clear the $40billion per year it was earning the years prior. Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has earned $50million in compensation over the past two years, while BioNTech found Dr Ugar Sahin is now a billionaire.

    Yearly Revenue snapshot

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  25. mh says:

    First Indian wicket has fallen.

    Kohli now batting.

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  26. mh says:

    Flashback: Gov. Ron DeSantis on what makes a good leader on ‘Tucker Carlson Today’

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  27. mh says:

    England need 169 to win.

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  28. Steve trickler says:

    Tony Heller had a excerpt from this interview on his channel. This is the full interview from 1983. Come 2022 and you know it is even worse today.


    Witness to War:

    Frank Snepp arrived in Vietnam in 1969 and stayed on until he was evacuated as Saigon fell in 1975.

    He spent a good deal of time working with the press while there and developed the ability to plant stories in major media outlets like the New York Times, the New Yorker, the LA Times, Chicago Daily News and others that supported the Agency’s goals.

    The younger reporters like the Associated Press’s Peter Arnett wouldn’t take the bait.

    After he left the CIA he wrote a book, Decent Interval, that talked about his time in Vietnam. The CIA made his life hell and took a case all the way to the Supreme Court where they won a verdict that required Snepp to turn over all the money the book had made. That was $300,000.

    To Snepp, that decision and the Pentagon Papers case, where the Supreme Court decided in some instances the government could impose prior restraint on the media meant the only victory the US could show for its war in Vietnam was undoing the first amendment.

    Witness to War

    Clete Roberts, correspondent
    Ian Masters, Producer, Director
    Michael Rose, Producer
    Haskell Wexler, Camera (along with others)
    Susan Cope, Sound
    Eric Vollmer, Coordinator
    Anne Vermillion, Coordinator

    Vietnam Reconsidered Conference, USC Conference
    USC, 1983

    Snepp went on to be a journalist working for some of the same outlets he’d once duped into printing fake news. But as a reformed spy he earned a Peabody award and an Emmy for his investigative reports.

    CIA Officer Frank Snepp Discusses Planting Stories in Vietnam

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  29. mh says:

    England have given India a harsh lesson in 20 over cricket.

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  30. mh says:

    At one point she says “I am not making this up”

    Gravitas: Has Desantis replaced Trump as face of GOP?

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  31. The Sheriff says:

    The midterms are proof that Mitch McConnell’s time is up. He is the greatest handbrake on the GOP.

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  32. JohnJJJ says:

    Russian hackers have begun leaking the private data of Medibank customers — with Australians battling drug and alcohol addictions and mental health problems first on their list

    Evil Russians again. Are they citizens of Russia and or speakers of the Russian language? If they are of the DEEEP web, how do they know their nationality? Anyone know? Are they sneaky Bulgarians dressed as Russians? Or Kiribatians who’ve been to recent classes in Russian? Are the threats all in Cyrillic? has anyone see a passport? Quite a mystery.

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  33. Steve trickler says:

    What a f*cking joke. Albo says weez needz transparency and this happens. The Libs are on board supporting this, too.

    A comment on sussietube is correct. A corrupt anti-corruption commission is on the cards before it even begins.


    Kangaroo Court of Australia:

    National Anti-Corruption Commission Committee publish their report supporting secret hearings

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  34. mh says:

    egg_ used to keep this blog updated on the Mitch v Trump state of play.

    I’m expecting Kari Lake to win the governorship unless there is a lot more cheating. Which there may well be.

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  35. Steve trickler says:

    🤦‍♂️ Adventures with Purpose – the underwater search and recovery team that solved over 24 missing person cases is no more. The guy that set it up has been charged with child sex offences when he was between the ages of 9 to 13? or when he was 17?…information keeps changing. His victims were family members. It also come to light the he was abused himself from members from a strict Mormon family. That in itself is no excuse if proven he committed the acts.

    The email trail he left to his victims asking them to move on from it is shocking if proven to be true.

    A sh*t situation all round. Thankfully other search teams that were not on AWP’s books will continue on with search and recovery. All staff from AWP have now quit.

    A shocker of a situation. It’s now up to the Courts.

    A bloke from Australia – Down Under Dan just spent a month with them. Here are his thoughts.

    Adventures With Purpose thoughts after spending time with them.

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  36. mh says:

    George Galloway

    There’s been a Third World election in the US.


    Florida the exception of course.
    No issues there.

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  37. mh says:

    RNC Research
    Biden: “Whether or not [the Russians are] pulling back from Fallujah and the, I mean…”

    Reporter: “Kherson.”

    Biden: “Kherson, the city of Kherson.”

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  38. Win says:

    QLD. New Covid wave says the Courier Mail .Well the BCH haven’t got the message yet.No masks,(some doctors wearing them) ,the men armed with sanitisers and masks certifying entry gone,the demarcation lines with them. Seems Pathology tests out weigh the fear mongers projections.

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  39. mh says:

    Dow surges 1000 points after lighter-than-expected U.S. inflation data

    The S&P 500 is up 5%, and the NASDAQ nearly 7%. Incredible.

    US CPI 7.7% instead of the expected 7.9%. 🫤

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  40. Eyrie says:

    A dodgy number comes in a little lower than another dodgy number so the stock market goes wild. Wonderful. Really safe place to keep your money.

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  41. mh says:

    This guy covering the debacle of Maricopa Election Day

    FRONTLINES w/ Drew Hernandez

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  42. mh says:

    Visy hosts Labor fundraiser while frontrunner for government tender

    Packaging and recycling company Visy hosted an exclusive Labor Party fundraising event attended by Premier Daniel Andrews and Environment Minister Lily D’Ambrosio while bidding for a $500 million contract to run a container deposit scheme. Run by billionaire Anthony Pratt, pictured, Visy is one of a handful of firms in the running to operate the scheme that will offer Victorians a 10¢ refund for every eligible can, carton and bottle they return from early next year.

    An industry source said the five-year contract, which is expected to be announced shortly after the state election, is worth at least $500 million. Tender documents for the contract state that “registrants must not engage in any activity that may be perceived as, or that may have the effect of, influencing the outcomes”. The Age does not suggest the fundraising event was an attempt to influence the tender process, but it provides insight into the nexus between politics and business.

    The August 20 event was hosted by Visy executive chairman Pratt at his family’s Kew mansion. Entry cost almost $5000 per person and included the cost of a donation to the Labor Party. A government spokesperson said: “The procurement process for the CDS is being conducted under strict probity guidelines and assessed against predetermined criteria without external influence.” Visy did not respond to requests for comment.

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  43. Shy Ted says:

    I tired to watch Q&A but I couldn’t, it’s just too awful. Got to the point where the earnest young thing said Elon was a racist, sexist etc and where were the vulnerable LGBT….. to go. I was only interested in the threats to politicians but another vid in Senate hearings said it was online.
    Italy refusing refugees, go Melons!. France and Chermany taking the bulk and dissing Italy. Wonder how long she’ll last.
    Great to see England boss the cricket. Thousands of subcontinentals in the crowd, all locals.
    ISIS brides don’t meet the criteria for Control Orders. They do meet the criteria for endless welfare.
    Another day in Oz.

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  44. Shy Ted says:

    Bugger, can’t afford both
    or B
    Both essential IMHO.

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  45. mh says:

    Ali Bradley
    AZ: Spokesperson for #MaricopaCounty elections tells me the majority of ballots won’t be done being counted until after the weekend. They initially anticipated 95-99% of ballots to be completed by Friday.

    Nothing dodgy in Maricopa. No no no.

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  46. mh says:

    Kari Lake War Room
    The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors spent over two years calling anyone who questioned their competency “conspiracy theorists.”

    Now at the scene of their latest failure they want us to tone “down our rhetoric.”

    Don’t lecture us. Do your jobs.

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  47. Old bloke says:

    50 Billion pound hole in Britain, taxes to rise and social programs to be cut. One of the programs to be cut was for aid to families who were housing Ukrainian refugees, they were receiving 350 pounds per week to help balance their family budgets, that’s now gone.

    UK’s Ukraine bet creates 50 billion pound fiscal hole – the Duran – 14 mins.

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  48. johanna johanna says:

    Old Bloke, what they won’t do is cut the layers of bureaucracy in the NHS and government departments, or stop sending a fixed percentage of the budget to overseas aid – most of which is wasted or stolen.

    Soft targets only. As usual.

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  49. kaysee kaysee says:

    Will voters in the seat of Mulgrave, Vic forget the past two years and still cast their vote for the dictator or this independent candidate?

    What if Daniel Andrews loses his seat?

    Here’s why this scenario is very real. Dan is facing a highly credible independent candidate, a symbol of hard-working, family small business in Victoria, and a victim of blatant and shocking Victorian government behaviour.

    Ian Cook is the sort of honest, down-to-earth person that could well attract significant voter support.

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  50. kaysee kaysee says:

    Yes, it was a pageant – they got that right.
    But the contest was not about beauty or brains. Being a teenager or a biological female.

    It was a public spectacle.

    A biological male won “Miss Greater Derry” which is a beauty pageant in New Hampshire under the “Miss America” organization.

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  51. kaysee kaysee says:

    Neil Oliver

    criticises world leaders attending COP27 saying ‘net zero is a fool’s game’

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  52. kaysee kaysee says:

    (WordPress doesn’t like my comment – let see if this gets through)

    Is this the dirt that Don has on Ron?
    Doesn’t he think before he shoots something off? Did he seek advice before sending this?

    His 3 major failings on display: Big ego, poor judgement, bad advisers.
    Really sad. He is destroying his legacy.

    Trump Slams ‘Ron DeSanctimonious’ in New Post-Election Statement

    I suppose 2024 has officially kicked off, or at least Donald Trump believes so. After threatening Gov. Ron DeSantis with blackmail just prior to the 2022 election, the former president has now released a scathing statement.

    In it, he suggests that DeSantis is an “average” governor, resurrects his “Ron DeSanctimonious” slam, and suggests “sunshine” is the real reason people are moving to Florida, not good governance.

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  53. kaysee kaysee says:


    The statement is in the article. The complete one can be found here.

    It is a childish tantrum. Trump could have won 2024. This would have been preparation time for DeSantis to take over in 2028.

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  54. kaysee kaysee says:


    The word
    e m b e d

    is offensive according to WordPress logic.
    I kept getting an error screen. I thought the links were a problem but it was one word.

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  55. Steve trickler says:

    This is some great investigative work.

    Checkout what Polly has discovered about this bloke, Harley Pasternak. For all those that immediately labelled Kanye as anti-Semitic, may want to reassess their thoughts. Up until now I’ve never heard of this Pasternak bloke, but taking into account those threats to Kanye, I am happy to class the wanker as a evil bastard who just so happens to be Jewish. It doesn’t make all Jews evil when this is pointed out. Try telling that to the true anti-Semites the places like Bit-Chute cultivates….

    This is much needed context to the Kanye saga.



    Amazing Polly:

    Kanye Drops a Bomb – Who is Harley Pasternak and Why Should You Care?

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  56. Old bloke says:

    Kolomoisky gets thrown under the bus.

    Igor Kolomoisky is the Ukrainian oligarch who brought Zelensky to prominence. Amongst his interests was a Ukrainian TV station where he started a program about an honourable politician who solved all of Ukrainian’s problems, and he gave the starring role to the comedian and actor Zelensky.

    Kolomoisky then started a political party with the same name as his TV show with Zelensky as the Presidential candidate, who won the election. This greatly increased Kolomoisky’s influence in Ukraine and put him in the driver’s seat to negotiate deals with the Americans who wanted to start a war with neighbouring Russia.

    The Americans though didn’t want to deal with a middleman when they could run the operation directly, so Kolomoisky was forced to leave the country though he still controlled a few businesses there.

    Now Zelensky has nationalised all businesses in Ukraine and Kolomoisky has lost everything.

    From the 19 minute mark – Midterm escalation. Elensky wants G20 win. Pirates hit China & Kolomoysky. Penn gives up Oscar. U/1 – Alex Christofouro

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  57. mh says:

    Donald J Trump

    “NewsCorp, which is Fox, the Wall Street Journal, and the no longer great New York Post…is all in for Governor Ron DeSanctimonious, an average REPUBLICAN Governor with great Public Relations…”

    Trump does live in Florida, so I guess he is in a position to judge that DeSantis is average.

    However Ron’s election results are not average.
    They’re great!

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  58. mh says:

    Normally when the media is all in against Trump I would be with Trump.

    But I think MAGA Republicans and MAGA Americans love Ron too, therefore I don’t think Trump is handling this cleverly at all.

    If Trump really wants to tear down DeSantis then he needs to explain why Ron is not worthy. Not just name calling.

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  59. mh says:

    Linked by Kaysee, just wanted to post in full:

    Earlier this afternoon, Donald Trump sent out this email to his supporters:

    NewsCorp, which is Fox, the Wall Street Journal, and the no longer great New York Post (bring back Col!), is all in for Governor Ron DeSanctimonious, an average REPUBLICAN Governor with great Public Relations, who didn’t have to close up his State, but did, unlike other Republican Governors, whose overall numbers for a Republican, were just average—middle of the pack—including COVID, and who has the advantage of SUNSHINE, where people from badly run States up North would go no matter who the Governor was, just like I did!

    Ron came to me in desperate shape in 2017—he was politically dead, losing in a landslide to a very good Agriculture Commissioner, Adam Putnam, who was loaded up with cash and great poll numbers. Ron had low approval, bad polls, and no money, but he said that if I would Endorse him, he could win. I didn’t know Adam so I said, “Let’s give it a shot, Ron.” When I Endorsed him, it was as though, to use a bad term, a nuclear weapon went off. Years later, they were the exact words that Adam Putnam used in describing Ron’s Endorsement. He said, “I went from having it made, with no competition, to immediately getting absolutely clobbered after your Endorsement.” I then got Ron by the “Star” of the Democrat Party, Andrew Gillum (who was later revealed to be a “Crack Head”), by having two massive Rallies with tens of thousands of people at each one. I also fixed his campaign, which had completely fallen apart. I was all in for Ron, and he beat Gillum, but after the Race, when votes were being stolen by the corrupt Election process in Broward County, and Ron was going down ten thousand votes a day, along with now-Senator Rick Scott, I sent in the FBI and the U.S. Attorneys, and the ballot theft immediately ended, just prior to them running out of the votes necessary to win. I stopped his Election from being stolen…

    And now, Ron DeSanctimonious is playing games! The Fake News asks him if he’s going to run if President Trump runs, and he says, “I’m only focused on the Governor’s race, I’m not looking into the future.” Well, in terms of loyalty and class, that’s really not the right answer.

    This is just like 2015 and 2016, a Media Assault (Collusion!), when Fox News fought me to the end until I won, and then they couldn’t have been nicer or more supportive. The Wall Street Journal loved Low Energy Jeb Bush, and a succession of other people as they rapidly disappeared from sight, finally falling in line with me after I easily knocked them out, one by one. We’re in exactly the same position now. They will keep coming after us, MAGA, but ultimately, we will win. Put America First and, MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

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  60. mh says:

    Blame Trump for the ‘Red Trickle’? Nonsense.
    The GOP establishment is already trying to ding The Donald for its own underwhelming strategies and messaging. Do not buy it.

    Raheem Kassam
    Nov 10

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  61. mh says:

    #FoxBusiness #kudlow
    Kari Lake: These ballots will be a strong Republican vote

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  62. Shy Ted says:

    Aagh, aagh, aagh, my eyes. Flipping through the channels, Frankly interviewing her English doppelganger, next set of ads a transgender rapper (she’s 6’4″, deep baritone and all woman). Frankly in heaven. No, I don’t want the after show party pics.

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  63. Steve trickler says:

    Relentless BS from the MSM. 800 cases of the rebranded flue to dock in Sydney.


    “All passengers and crew required negative COVID tests before joining the ship, and passengers over the age of 12 and crew needed to be fully vaccinated.”

    Fat lot of good that did except damage their immune systems.

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  64. Steve trickler says:

    Not good.


    Stew Peters Show:


    Australia has been obsessed with injecting as much of the population as possible with covid vaccines. But their efforts aren’t limited to human beings. Right now, the Australian government is expediting a roll-out of mRNA vaccines for cattle.

    INSANITY: mRNA Vaccine Introduced For CATTLE: Australian Livestock Forced Into Taking New Death Jabs

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