Open Thread – Saturday, 14 May 2022

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  1. Mak Siccar says:

    egg_ has gone to bed so I have the podium all to myself!

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  2. Mak Siccar says:

    A sobering analysis from Brendan O’Neill. The EU is truly evil.

    An extract.

    We’ve all enjoyed the meltdown over Elon Musk’s buyout of Twitter. Celebs have stomped off Twitter in a huff at the horrific prospect of a tad more free speech on the platform. Commentators have exhausted their thumbs by scouring their thesauruses for the most shrill language with which to denounce Musk’s racist / supremacist / fascistic decision to dig his claws into social media. Campaigners have wailed that Musk’s takeover may be good news for the ‘most deceitful political smut peddlers’ but it’s dreadful for the rest of us. It might even kill us. Musk-owned Twitter will be ‘lethal’ says the Guardian’s George Monbiot. That’s lethal as in ‘sufficient to cause death’. To the bunker!

    It has been a hoot. Snowflakes melting at the dawn of a potential new era of freer tweeting – what’s not to like? And yet it might now be time to park the Schadenfreude. Because behind all these enjoyable temper tantrums, behind all the memeable hissy fits thrown by freedom-fearing influencers, something very serious is taking place. We are witnessing nothing less than a battle for control of the internet. It isn’t only the usual suspects of the cancel-culture mob and Current Thing celebs who are dismayed at Musk’s modest proposal to permit more speech online. So are government figures, globalist technocrats and well-funded political campaign groups. And there’s nothing funny about these people’s agitation against Musk.

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  3. mh says:

    Victorian chief health officer Brett Sutton is in isolation after contracting Covid-19.
    Professor Sutton revealed on Friday that he was feeling quite sick and couldn’t imagine the experience without vaccinations.

    “Feeling pretty rubbish, tbh. Razor blade throat and painful cough,” he posted on Twitter.

    “Clearly not the same for everyone. Can’t imagine how it might have been – for me – without three doses of vax.

    “Good on science.”

    I had milder symptoms with no vaccines.

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  4. mh says:

    Should there be an official declaration?

    The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸
    U.S. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD): “I know there’s a lot of politics here, but we’re at war.”

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  5. mh says:

    Courier Mail

    With all due respect, Your Majesty, it’s time to go

    Time has caught up with Queen Elizabeth. She can no longer complete her duties and should now step aside, writes Des Houghton.

    I agree.

    The interesting thing is she has no desire to see her son on the throne before she dies.

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  6. egg_ says:

    Musk-owned Twitter will be ‘lethal’ says the Guardian’s George Monbiot. That’s lethal as in ‘sufficient to cause death’. To the bunker!

    Poor ole Moonbat, still saving the planet in his diesel VW Golf?


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  7. Old bloke says:

    I agree.

    The interesting thing is she has no desire to see her son on the throne before she dies.

    No one wants to see Charlie in the big chair, he’s way to involved in politics to do the job. Lizzy knew that she had to stay out of politics hence she’s done a good job, Charlie will just ruin the business.

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  8. Black Ball Black Ball says:

    Watching the local footy. Bad idea because I have delusions now of playing again. Best I have a can

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  9. Old bloke says:

    Black Ball, how’s your brother, did he eventually get the help he needed?

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  10. Black Ball Black Ball says:

    Old Bloke yes. He is somewhere where he is getting the treatment needed. From what he said, might be another couple of weeks from coming home

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  11. kaysee kaysee says:

    I came across this on the Michael Smith site.

    There is a Millions March rally on today. Can’t find much about it, except the Sydney one with Boikov.

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  12. kaysee kaysee says:

    I am listening to the podcast now.

    Chris Stigall interviews Kathy Barnette and asks for answers to questions raised by Salena Zito.

    The Chris Stigall Show

    Kathy Barnette is in a statistical three-way tie with David McCormick and Dr. Oz who’ve largely ignored her campaign until new numbers show Kathy is now a contender. And just like that, everything but the kitchen sink is being thrown at the Barnette campaign beginning yesterday ahead of Tuesday’s primary day. Hear Barnette answer all the accusations and tough questions from Stigall here.

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  13. calli says:

    Greetings from Darwin. Thought I’d test drive Adam’s Improvements.

    And Mak, thanks for the heads up on fine pubbing in Glenn Innes. Not sure we are going that way but if we are will drop in.

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  14. kaysee kaysee says:

    What happens when you are going wokely-broke?
    You update your Culture memo.

    Netflix Updates Corporate Culture Memo

    Now Netflix is publishing an update to its corporate culture memo for the first time in nearly five years…

    From the Artistic Expression section

    “Not everyone will like — or agree with — everything on our service,” the continues. “While every title is different, we approach them based on the same set of principles: we support the artistic expression of the creators we choose to work with; we program for a diversity of audiences and tastes; and we let viewers decide what’s appropriate for them, versus having Netflix censor specific artists or voices.”

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  15. kaysee kaysee says:

    Who is telling the truth?

    Candace Owens

    I am pre-releasing the footage of me showing up at one of Black Lives Matter founder’s, Patrisse Cullors, multiple mansions.
    Remember she fake cried and said I harassed her?
    I kindly spoke to a white security guard (who remained silent) through a gate:

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  16. Mak Siccar says:


    Travel safely and enjoy this wonderful country before you, and we, can’t enjoy it any longer without genuflecting and kissing the ‘sacred’ ground that the pollies and serpents have declared that we walk on.

    End of rant.

    P.S. The virtual reality show at the RFDS on the harbour is fantastic.

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  17. kaysee kaysee says:

    End of rant.

    That’s a rant, Mak?

    You haven’t read mine?
    Usually, a minimum of 500 words. 🙂

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  18. egg_ says:

    Chris Stigall interviews Kathy Barnette and asks for answers to questions raised by Salena Zito.

    Great, frank interview; glad she got the platform for it.

    Salty Cracker, who is as MAGA as one can get, supports Barnette and notes the Republican machine has gone for her of late via the MSM and others, now that she is a real contender.

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  19. egg_ says:

    What happens when you are going wokely-broke?

    The death spiral.

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  20. egg_ says:

    Travel safely and enjoy this wonderful country before you, and we, can’t enjoy it any longer without genuflecting and kissing the ‘sacred’ ground that the pollies and serpents have declared that we walk on.

    It’s interesting that Mercouris in his YouTubes on the Ukraine situation says that EU mandates that they not buy Russian oil will likely be paid lip service only (cours du jour) as the Greek shipping magnates move the majority of the oil and won’t have that.

    Mercouris says that EU politicians such as the Greek PM know their place – below the magnates – unlike the EU Parliament and its bureaucrats.

    Scummo’s sphincter puckered when the airlines were rattling their sabres over a year ago over isolations – likely why the Frankenvax was pushed so hard, being rolled out via the Military, no less.

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  21. egg_ says:

    Some Salty nicknames:
    Justin Trudope
    Jen Nut-Psaki
    Jen Blaki (PC replacement)

    Layton better not steal the last one, following the latest faux furor.

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  22. egg_ says:

    The sTeal Greens about to steal the Election from Scummo?

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  23. Ragu says:

    Watching the local footy. Bad idea because I have delusions now of playing again. Best I have a can

    Belief in ability as a forty, fifty something year old, bears no relation to fact.

    Take your medicinal alcohol with the comfort from ancient thought -> ‘Leave that shit to young people’

    Your role now is philosopher king. Maybe magic water runner for the young ones. But not player.

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  24. egg_ says:

    US baby formula shortage:

    Inspectors saw bacteria risk at Abbott baby formula factory last year

    Bogus recall?

    Biden admin stockpiling baby formula for illegal immigrants (Brian Craig and now some Senators and FOX News)?


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  25. kaysee kaysee says:

    I don’t have the time to Photoshop these images to local Aussie settings.

    Replace Congress with Parliament



    Replace Biden with LNP/Labor/Greens


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  26. egg_ says:

    (Layton?) Latham

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  27. kaysee kaysee says:

    Great, frank interview; glad she got the platform for it.

    She comes across as a very intelligent person. She could explain each question with a detailed response.

    In an interview with Laura Ingraham, a Black man said that they supported her and that Republicans could lose the Black community over this treatment of Barnette.

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  28. egg_ says:

    Replace Biden with LNP/Labor/Greens

    One of the best Biden memes evah!

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  29. kaysee kaysee says:

    DNA bank

    Black Rock owns

    Your DNA is safe with them

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  30. egg_ says:

    Republicans could lose the Black community over this treatment of Barnette.

    Trump should tread warily.
    He ‘put his money where his mouth is’ with ‘The Apprentice’ co-star Omarosa Manigault Newman, however badly that turned out (the Apprentice was about greed/power, after all).
    IMHO Trump is not a good judge of character, probably looks more to their utility, like a Corporate leader would – not good in the long term, as he should have learned whilst in office.
    Apparently Trump went to school with Dr Oz and Oz has been a stalwart Trump supporter over the years – publicly, even when the chips were down.

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  31. egg_ says:

    Time has caught up with Queen Elizabeth. She can no longer complete her duties and should now step aside, writes Des Houghton.

    Perhaps when she lets go “long and loud” farts* in distinguished company, like Biden, is the time to go?

    *c/- Camilla Parker-Bowles

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  32. kaysee kaysee says:

    2000 Mules

    Why is 2000 Mules not being mentioned in some Conservative media sites? Breitbart is one. Carlson is another.
    Tucker Carlson presents himself as a supporter of truth and free speech. Another view is emerging.

    Dinesh D’Souza

    Here’s the backstory on why Tucker Carlson and his team instructed Catherine Engelbrecht of True the Vote not to mention ‘2000 Mules’.

    Fox News Is Headed For Disaster

    Fox News has been on a collision course with its own audience since the stolen 2020 election……….

    2000 Mules and the Big Truth

    An article by Sean Fitzpatrick

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  33. kaysee kaysee says:


    Break time


    Bob Marley & The Wailers

    Three Little Birds

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  34. egg_ says:

    They want you to forget!

    Pinocchio politicians unmasked!

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  35. egg_ says:


    Traffic jam solution

    IME traffic snakes are amplified by Asian drivers, due to slow reaction times, overly cautious (due to ineptitude) and high self-interest/low self-awareness – viz: they would probably stop and try to catch ‘the chicken crossing the road’ for dinner, oblivious as to whether ‘(Frozen) Chicken Van Man’ is bearing down on them.
    The classic Asian driver will check North/South/East/West at a busy intersection and then floor it on an orange light*, leaving you stranded on the red light.

    *Standard M.O. for any incompetent driver.

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  36. Old bloke says:

    Perth Freedom Rally today. There’s a few thousand there, not as big as previous rallies but it’s a cold rainy day here today so most people would want to stay home and keep warm. I also had an email from my local UAP candidate urging everyone to man the pre-poll voting booths rather than attend the rally so that probably contributed to lower numbers.

    I can’t make out what any of the speakers were saying but the crowd seemed to be appreciative. There’s probably better video of the rally coming from Freedom Media WA but nothing has been posted yet.

    Perth Freedom Rally

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  37. Old bloke says:

    Congrats to Admin for getting the “Quote” and “Link” buttons working. Posts go up straight away now too, there used to be a ~5 minute delay.

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  38. egg_ says:

    Musk has been leant on?

    Elon Musk Says His Deal to Buy Twitter Is on Hold
    The Tesla CEO dropped the bombshell on Friday morning, citing uncertainty about the number of fake accounts on the platform.

    c/- SOH News

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  39. egg_ says:

    Musk and Dorsey have been a regular feature on SpaceX livestreams, often discussing digital currency.

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  40. Shy Ted says:

    What a day. Just left SE Qld and had to travel to parts unnamed and watching the weather for a week or two with great interest. Sometimes I think I have a guardian angel watching over me cos could have gone several routes, each with it’s own perils but managed to pick the best. Could have gone via Warwick or Sunny Coast which was not dissimilar but decided for over the range, just bypassing Toowoomba. Let me tell you it was still pretty horrendous with visibility down to 100m, worsened by overtaking trucks and cars with no lights on, completely unaware of their invisibility. The top of the Great Dividing Range was driving in cloud and, towing a load, scary, but made me one of the slowcoaches with no idea where the next rise, turn or dip might be. I guess folks up there know the roads far better and plough on regardless. It was joyous to leave it behind and just plod along, marveling at the greenery in all directions where normally it would be dry. In the distance I saw the sun breaking through and wrongly thought it would be a much easier trip thereon. Hah! Showers, low cloud, simply terrible roads with patchwork repairs and a desperate eye on the next little town with a motel welcoming weary travelers. All closed!
    Used to the vagaries of Australian weather I had gathered a few essentials for a night or two in a truck rest area but the weather closed in each time and, while once I wouldn’t have baulked at it, I’m older now and just couldn’t face a cold, damp might in a swag on the ground with 12 hours of night. So I’ve booked in for a night in a motel, on dark, f**k the cost. Naturally mein host is Chinee.
    While I’ve been able to avoid the worst of the Convid rules over the last two years through monumental life changes, the most simple of routine tasks has been, as you know, turned into a expedition, most recently my blood pressure medications being out of stock or in short supply. “Is my time up?” I was seriously thinking, albeit a purposeful act by gummint!
    Well, I may as well live a little and tick a few more boxes on the bucket list. You can’t just up and leave what has become your normal existence, you need the right vehicle, the increasingly hard to find right place to go and the right little pieces to make it all come together. What was once a mere formality has become the most difficult endeavour. A replacement part for the evil internal combustion engine has taken two months! The garage to replace said part had a Convid closure and the mechanic had a week in hospital with what sounded like a vax injury. But the mechanical part eventually fell into place and everything else was upended because of the delay.
    In the exasperation you’ve all endured the last two years my little guardian angel guided me to a a Gumtree search and there it was. Middle of nowhere, place you’ve likely never heard of but absolutely famous for something iconic and truly Aussie. Bing, bang, bong, it’s mine and I’ve got two weeks to make it happen. That was two weeks ago and not a day went by without me saying to myself, “not going to happen”.
    Had a fallback plan to temporarily reside with a dear old friend who trusts gummints and the media implicitly and has lined up for the series of vaxxes and, guess what, now has a minor, persistent problem that she would have shrugged off with a heathy immune system. As do several other friends and acquaintances. As predicted by the banished.
    Sorry about the rant, I’m well and truly and deservedly pissed as I usher in my new life. The available TV channels have gone from 20 to 5! Even worse, the 5 MSM ones!!!
    Another tortuous few hundred kms tomorrow and likely for 2 more days. Many years ago I moved from Broome to Katherine in late December. The blackest of wet seasons and I was in a Willy’ Jeep. No roof, doors or any type of protection and no alternative. Cloudbursts to my left and right all the way but it was like the Almighty had ordained a clear path on the actual road for my trip and as I rolled out my swag for the night I just knew someone up there liked me and would see I was OK. And so it was. I actually slept terribly because pet dingo was alarmed several times each night by a clap of thunder only a short distance away. Drag it into the swag and listen to the symphony that a wet season is and drift into slumber til the next thunderclap.
    Yep, up North for “Winter” though I swore I’d never do another wet season. They’ll never find me up there. I could murder a bar of chocolate right about now. Might even see the sun late tomorrow.

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  41. mh says:

    Baby drowned in three inches of bathwater when her lawyer mother fainted a day after taking AstraZeneca Covid vaccine

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  43. egg_ says:

    Kathy Barnette has been renting space in Bannon’s head since threatening Oz in he polls.

    Bannon grants her an interview on The War Room (1h:06m):
    Via GETTR

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  44. egg_ says:

    Another Salty nickname:

    Chunky Yoghurt* – Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks

    TYT’s Chunky Yogurt Accuses Joe Rogan Of Banging Transformers


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  45. egg_ says:

    From what Salty is saying, Chunky Yoghurt thinks 2000 Mules is a bestiality film.

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  46. mh says:

    The New Atlas

    The UK Guardian claims Ukraine has “won the battle of Kharkiv” driving back Russian attempts to encircle and take the city… only Russian forces were not trying to take Kharkov. The primary objective, according to even the Pentagon, is the Donbas region, all other objectives are secondary. Russian forces around Kharkov are engaged in a fixing operation. As long as Ukrainian troops are forced to remain around Kharkov instead of reinforcing Ukrainian troops in Donbas, Russia’s fixing operation is a success. The fact that the Western media has to embellish minor and superficial gains on the battlefield as a major “victory” illustrates just how little success Ukraine is actually having.

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  47. mh says:

    A gunman sporting a rifle and body armour opened fire in a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, killing at least 10 people before being taken into custody Saturday afternoon, law enforcement officials told The Associated Press.

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  48. mh says:

    Cricketer Andrew Symonds, brown bread.

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  49. mh says:

    Appears that Symonds died in a car crash in North QLD.

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  50. mh says:

    Ukraine wins Eurovision.

    Quelle surprise.

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  51. Some more context would be handy, but you might as well know about it.


    Riccardo Bosi to Aussie Cossack: You Set Me Up, Do Not F*** With Me

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  52. kaysee kaysee says:

    The throngs of brainwashed will keep chanting that Ukraine is the victim.
    And Zelensky, the hero.

    Hero-puppet to WEF agenda.

    Ukrainian President Zelensky to Address World Economic Forum’s Globalist Davos Summit

    Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky will address the globalist forum of elites in Davos, Switzerland later this month, the World Economic Forum (WEF) announced on Friday.

    The annual meeting of business elites and government leaders will once again take place in the Swiss ski resort of Davos later this month after being held virtually during the prior two years during the Chinese coronavirus crisis.

    On Friday, the Klaus Schwab-led group announced: “The President of Ukraine, [Volodymyr Zelensky], will join our Annual Meeting virtually as the war continues to devastate his country.”

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  53. kaysee kaysee says:

    Riccardo Bosi to Aussie Cossack: You Set Me Up, Do Not F*** With Me

    Here is a response from organiser, Mack.

    This is on Boikov’s site:

    The story so far:

    1. Aussie Cossack publicly invited Riccardo Bosi to speak during a 2 hour live interview which has been viewed over 80,000 times.

    2. Aussie Cossack was unaware that Mack from Reclaim the Line and Riccardo Bosi had a falling out.

    3. Aussie Cossack publicly endorsed Riccardo Bosi during his speech to the crowd.

    4. Despite Bosi approaching the stage and being ready to speak Mack made a decision to block Bosi.

    5. Aussie Cossack publicly disagreed with Mack’s decision and proposed Bosi walks onto the stage anyway.

    6. Mack claimed full responsibility for the decision to block Bosi.

    7. This enraged Bosi who said to Aussie Cossack “I’m not a f***ing prop!”.

    8. The story continues…

    Riccardo Bosi blocked from speaking – who was responsible?

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  54. kaysee kaysee says:

    While I was writing this Election 2022 post, I researched all the Freedom-friendly parties for information.

    I checked the AustraliaOne website and there was nothing related to the elections and candidates. I added a comment below the post (May 2).

    Just checked the website again. Found this:

    AustraliaOne Supporters running as Independent Candidates in the Federal election

    Bosi is listed as an Independent for the seat of Greenway, NSW. There is a How-to-vote page and is marked “Coming Soon”.

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  55. Mak Siccar says:

    Be aware that the ‘Australian Democrats’ are another form of the Greens. Check their website re indig and environment etc.

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  56. kaysee kaysee says:

    Investigations on The Pfizer Fraud

    1/ Video by Steve Kirsch

    Pfizer fraud or not? (Sites 1231 and 4444)

    2/ Substack article

    are we pfinding pfizer pfraud? (part 1)

    3/ Substack article

    are we pfinding pfizer pfraud? (part 2)

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  57. egg_ says:

    Jagmeet HECKLED; Crenshaw Has LOST IT; More Laws & Slow Litigation! Viva Frei Live!

    Canada following the UK down the S-bend, with sh1tholers ruling the Country?
    Viva says he personally dislikes Singh, as he is ruthless and power hungry.
    Seems the norm for modern pollies, but the worst psychopaths (Stairmaster Dan) now rule the roost?

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  58. mh says:

    Ukrainian Parliament member Kira Rudik: ‘We are fighting for a New World Order.


    Yes Kira, we know.

    Fortunately, most of the world is coming around to telling the WEF/DAVOS/CIA to stick the NWO up Klaus’s arschloch.

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  59. egg_ says:

    Speaking of psychopaths, it seems that KRuddy is turning into an old bittered sav, biting the (Murdoch) hand that got him into power:

    Kevin Rudd ‘reached a new low’ after launching personal attacks on reporter
    SKY News Straya

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  60. kaysee kaysee says:

    Humans are causing the ocean to lose its memory, study shows: “It’s almost as if the ocean is developing amnesia”

    Unlike weather, which can change wildly and rapidly day-to-day, Earth’s oceans usually only have slight changes throughout the week. This persistence is called “memory” and is related to the thickness of the ocean’s top mixed layer. Similar to how a thicker mattress provides better cushioning, a thicker sea surface layer allows for a better memory because of the thermal inertia at play.

    But as global warming increases and the ocean temperature rises, that top layer thins out. And like a thinning mattress, the support, or in this case the year-to-year “memory,” weakens.
    “It’s almost as if the ocean is developing amnesia,” study lead author Hui Shi said.

    The oceans are rising due to global warming.
    The proof:

    Billy Gates



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  61. kaysee kaysee says:

    Is this some kind of alarmism?
    Or is it based on what is happening in the world, especially the US?

    Daily Veracity with Vincent James

    Elites Begin to Flee in Preparation for TOTAL COLLAPSE and Worldwide Social Unrest

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  62. Cold-Hands Cold-Hands says:

    The oceans are rising due to global warming. The proof: Billy Gates and Obamas

    You left out the most hysterical proof yet, from an advert from the leader of “The New Liberals” running for the seat of North Sydney.

    via twitter.

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  63. Ragu says:

    Investigations on The Pfizer Fraud

    I was reading that the other day, and Kirsch’s scepticism, by the numbers, can be justified.

    4501 patients each with 250 pages = 1125250 pages of documents

    Divided among 467 Drs = 2409 pages each

    3 weeks 168hours/week minus sleep of 8hours/day = 20 160 mins

    Approximately 8 mins/page reading time/Dr

    So it is possible. Just doesn’t make it to the probable with all things considered.

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  64. egg_ says:


    Unlike weather, which can change wildly and rapidly day-to-day, Earth’s oceans usually only have slight changes throughout the week.

    Notice how these numptards completely ignore Space weather.

    Funny that, can’t anthropomorphise it and blame humans.

    Neo Pagan cultists.

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  65. egg_ says:

    Isn’t Gaia subject to the Space weather of the other Gods?

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  66. mh says:

    First home buyers will be able to use their superannuation to raise up to $50,000 for a deposit to get into the property market under a pledge from the Coalition that intensifies the election contest on housing.

    This is getting ridiculous.

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  67. mh says:

    Jeff Bezos @JeffBezos The newly created Disinformation Board should review this tweet, or maybe they need to form a new Non Sequitur Board instead. Raising corp taxes is fine to discuss. Taming inflation is critical to discuss. Mushing them together is just misdirection.

    Joe Biden @JoeBiden United States government official You want to bring down inflation? Let’s make sure the wealthiest corporations pay their fair share.

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  68. mh says:

    Howler from the Courier Mail

    Federal Election
    Are you better or worse off after 12 years of Liberal rule?

    How the Coalition has changed Australia. We’re fatter, richer, more likely to have a job and live longer – but after 12 years of the Coalition, more of are us in poverty. See how you’ve fared.

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  69. kaysee kaysee says:

    You left out the most hysterical proof yet, from an advert from the leader of “The New Liberals” running for the seat of North Sydney.

    I checked the bio of that poster Steven Hopley

    Writer & theatre maker…..

    theatre maker.
    Trust the science and the rebranding experts.

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  70. kaysee kaysee says:

    Vandana Shiva

    Cashless society and Great Reset

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  71. Her clips are worth checking out ladies and gents.


    Eli Russia:

    In this video, I want to show you how one of the biggest holidays is celebrated in Russia, and what problems there are connected to Victory Day. I will also show you what changed in the small towns of Russia after February 24th.

    Time codes:
    0:00 Moscow’s airport. Can foreigners come to Russia now?
    3:05 Welcome to Pyatigorsk. Again
    5:20 Victory Day. Why it is so important in Russia?
    7:25 My grandfather and the Second World War
    9:27 Military parade in Pyatigorsk
    13:06 The Immortal Regiment – event in memory of fallen relatives during the WW2
    18:51 Why is it important to celebrate Victory Day every year?

    Victory Day in a small city of Russia. Why do people celebrate it every year?

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  72. kaysee kaysee says:

    This is disgusting, evil stuff. The manipulation of children through music and cartoon imagery.

    And a criminal who needs to face the Nuremberg trial is treated like a champion. The sooner the Pfizer fraud can be revealed through the legal process, the sooner can we save our children.


    This keeps me up at night.

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  73. egg_ says:


    Cashless society and Great Reset

    Dr Boob Gates is the ultimate parasite – look what he did to the IBM numpties.

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  74. egg_ says:

    Fugly turtle McConnell flies to Ukraine – through a no-fly-zone – to present $40B Ukraine deal to Zelensky just like his mate, P1ssed Pants Pelosi – McConnell walks worse than Dementia Joe.
    What a turd.

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  75. egg_ says:

    c. 2h mark: Book promo – Robert Kennedy Jr: Fauci is just the fulcrum to a much bigger (Big Pharma) “militarized” response to Rona.


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  76. Ragu says:

    This keeps me up at night.

    Yeah. The supra-liminal gay is a bit. Add in all the rest and I’m picking up a vibe that homos must be protected above all else.

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  77. Ragu says:


    Installing stainless wire balusters on stairs by yourself is a bit of jerk idea. Up and down. Up and down. Especially if you don’t buy that tool to wind in the clevice.

    I got out the tape and the verniers and got it all close enough. If I had my time again i would make a set of rollers using the drill chuck on the cheap ozito. Even then there is 25mm clearance between wire and house.

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  78. Ragu says:


    Put it all together at the right dimensions on the ground, got it in position and used the come-along to finish the job. Just tension the shit out of it.

    Yeah, probably would have blown up.

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  79. Crazy!

    Family feuds.

    I finally met my 18 year nephew today. I have never once met him since birth. The same goes along with my niece. She is 21 and I have never met her…still waiting on that.

    I look back on it now and it is f*cking ridiculous.

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