Open Thread – Saturday, 19 November 2022

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  1. mh says:

    Borzzikman explains Macron

    It’s a Real Tragedy for France┃Macron is Rapidly Surrendering the Country to the Globalists

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  2. mh says:

    One for Trickler

    Dozens killed as huge earthquake hits Indonesia

    At least 46 people have died and hundreds are injured after a devastating quake caused panicked residents to run into the streets.

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  3. Steve trickler says:

    mh says:
    November 21, 2022 at 10:27 pm

    I’ve been following it. 👍

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  4. mh says:

    A ‘frustrated’ England has been forced to abandon plans to wear the inclusive One Love armband after a shock threat from FIFA.

    When Bob Marley wrote One Love he was not referring to sticking his todger up a fella’s dirt box.

    Harry Kane, take note.

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  5. mh says:

    Bob defends Jonesy after Elon Musk bans him

    Bob Moran

    Replying to
    @elonmusk @KimDotcom and @SamHarrisOrg
    Alex Jones questioned the story surrounding the deaths of 20 children.

    He’s never promoted a useless and unnecessary drug that’s potentially fatal for children. And has killed many. And will go on killing and injuring many more.

    You did that.

    So did Sam Harris.
    7:07 PM · Nov 21, 2022

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  6. mh says:


    Oh no, not again!



    6 hours ago
    Can you imagine the 66 team doing this ? The only knee Jack Charlton would have taken would have been into his opponents groin

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  7. mh says:

    Judith Sloan asks a question

    When green power dream turns to nightmare

    As we hurtle towards renewables and emissions targets there is no certainty we will be able to keep the lights on. Surely there needs to be a backup plan?

    Klaus, do you have a backup plan for us?

    Klaus: vee must restructure zee vorld!

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  8. mh says:

    George Galloway

    “INTERVIEW: #JohnnyMiller is the only British journalist on the front line in #Donbas. He reveals the truth about the war and how he’s an assassination target by #Ukrainian #Nazis

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  9. Steve trickler says:

    Stew Peters Network:

    Why do we never believe them? For centuries, the global elite have broadcast their intentions to depopulate the world – even to the point of carving them into stone. And yet… we never seem to believe them.

    The Stew Peters Network is proud to present DIED SUDDENLY, from the award winning filmmakers, Matthew Skow and Nicholas Stumphauzer.
    They are the minds behind WATCH THE WATER and THESE LITTLE ONES, and now have a damning presentation on the truth about the greatest ongoing mass genocide in human history.

    World Premiere: Died Suddenly

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  10. Old bloke says:

    and how he’s an assassination target by #Ukrainian #Nazis

    Ian Miles Cheong recently revealed, on one of those Roundtable discussions, that the Ukrainian kill list, Myrotvorets, is hosted on a NATO webserver in Brussels.

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  11. mh says:

    Bob toon to go with Steve’s link

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  12. mh says:

    Poland is on the Brink of Total Collapse┃Warsaw’s Exorbitant Ambitions led the Country to Disaster

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  13. Steve trickler says:

    FMD! Dutchsinse just gave a warning for SW WA. Nothing big. A 3.5 just came in.

    Here was the update below. I skimmed through it. I just went back to the twitch livestream and a 7.1 – 7.0 just hit. Tsunami buoys flashing. It doesn’t like it will be big. I expect the d-heads at the USGS will down grade it further. The one that Indonesia was easily a 6+.

    11/21/2022 — Devastating Earthquake in Indonesia — West Coast USA Oregon M5.2 + Greece M5.5

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  14. Steve trickler says:

    Dutchsinse twitch livestream: Live Earthquakes — past 48hrs up to current


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  15. kaysee kaysee says:

    See how all those threats from the Big Pharma stooges (like FDA) against doctors are now called just a recommendation.

    FDA Says
    Telling People Not to Take Ivermectin for COVID-19 Was Just a Recommendation

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) telling people to “stop” taking ivermectin for COVID-19 was informal and just a recommendation, government lawyers argued during a recent hearing.

    The hearing was held in a case brought by three doctors who say the FDA illegally interfered with their ability to prescribe medicine to their patients when it issued statements on ivermectin, an anti-parasitic that has shown positive results in some trials against COVID-19.

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  16. kaysee kaysee says:

    The free speech world is divided over whether Elon Musk really supports free speech or not. While the lefties are in a state of panic over Musk taking over Twitter.

    We need to give him some time before we know what are his real plans. Meanwhile, some Musk-related twitterings:


    Twitter added 1.6M daily active users this past week, another all-time high


    My firstborn child died in my arms. I felt his last heartbeat.

    I have no mercy for anyone who would use the deaths of children for gain, politics or fame.


    Andrew TATE: I’ve decided to fly to the failed state of California, walk into twitter HQ and tell @elonmusk he’s a legend.

    On my way.

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  17. kaysee kaysee says:

    Social Credit system


    Vaccine mandates and passports are the beginning of a ‘social credit system’, says Eva Vlaardingerbroek

    New Zealand

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  18. mh says:


    My firstborn child died in my arms. I felt his last heartbeat.

    I have no mercy for anyone who would use the deaths of children for gain, politics or fame.

    That has nothing to do with the reason Alex Jones was originally banned from Twitter.

    Same as Kyrie Irving. He fell foul of the globalist overlords for pushing back against the Covid vaccines.There is always another obvious reason for anyone that wants to use their own intelligence. Andrew Tate wasn’t banned because of his views on women. Tate was banned because of his views on Covid, the Covid vaccines, and the globalist elites.

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  19. mh says:

    She was reporting from Con27

    CNA reporter Julie Yoo faints during live broadcasting on 9 November

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  20. kaysee kaysee says:

    Michael Matt (from The Remnant) called out the Covid hoax in the early stages of “the pandemic”.
    He outlined the facts about the Ukraine war soon after it began.
    And now again, on the subject of 2024 election, he speaks sense.

    But Will There be an America Left to Save?

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  21. mh says:

    How the Victorian election race became ‘much closer very quickly’

    With the state election days away, voters have significantly cut their support for the Andrews government. Fresh polling has revealed how the race is neck and neck, while Matthew Guy has gained popularity.


    Socialist Republic of Victoria Channel Intro

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  22. mh says:

    But … but … Alex Jones

    Robby Starbuck
    Balenciaga’s new ads feature kids with dolls in bondage gear and a reference to Ashcroft vs. Free Speech Coalition, a Supreme Court case that made simulated child pornography legal, in effect overturning part of a law that had been passed to protect children. Truly vile.

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  23. mh says:

    Tom Edwards: Yorkshire rugby player and club captain dies suddenly at 29

    Selby RUFC have confirmed that club captain Tom Edwards has died suddenly at the age of 29.

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  24. kaysee kaysee says:

    Plenty of good information in some of the links posted here. Macron and Zelensky are the good guys according to MSM – so we won’t get the facts from them.

    Old bloke:
    ‘Magnificent’: Meloni blasts France’s ‘exploitation’ of African countries on live TV

    What a firebrand. There would be Melonis in Oz too, but will they get selected and elected?

    George Galloway – Kill List
    Johnny Miller: Ukraine has been bombing civilians here fo rthe last 8 years.

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  25. Steve trickler says:

    More BS from the NSW police.


    Aussie Cossack:

    HILARIOUS Rookie Police FPO Search!

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  26. kaysee kaysee says:

    With the state election days away, voters have significantly cut their support for the Andrews government. Fresh polling has revealed how the race is neck and neck, while Matthew Guy has gained popularity.

    But Dictator Dan has some very good friends.


    Not Qatar … Victoria: Totalitarian Dictator Daniel Andrews-run state sinks to a shocking new low as a motorist’s ‘DANOUT’ number plates are cancelled for being ‘offensive’ on the eve of election


    CFMEU members chanting “HANDS OFF OUR JOBS” while @MatthewGuyMP addresses the media @SkyNewsAust

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  27. kaysee kaysee says:

    Phl Rejects Calls To Pass SOGIE, Same-Sex Marriage, Divorce Bills

    The Philippine delegation to the country’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR) in Geneva, Switzerland has rejected the recommendations for the country to adopt measures such as the Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression (SOGIE) Bill and laws legalizing same-sex marriage, divorce and abortion, among others.

    “They want the SOGIE Bill for same-sex marriage to have the same as in their countries. So, that’s not acceptable for us. They really want a lot to be implemented here,” Remulla, speaking in Filipino, said.

    Remulla said they also rejected the recommendation for the Philippines to adopt abortion, which the UNHRC considers as a measure for respecting women’s rights over their body. 

    He said the UNHCR also sees the legalization of divorce and the legislated total removal of the death penalty in the country as measures that the Philippines should adopt.

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  28. Steve trickler says:

    No need to watch the clip.


    Workplace Inefficiency – How Long to Mount a Key Rack?

    22 Nov 2022.

    We have probably all experienced workplace inefficiency. All the rules and regulations you have to follow end up turning a simple task into a complicated one. This story is completely anecdotal, so treat it as such, but I found it rather amusing. By the end of this video, we’ll answer the question, “How long does it take to mount a key rack in a coal mine?”. The answer may surprise you.

    Before the pandemic, a guy I know used to work on a large coal mine here in Queensland (I won’t tell you which one). He was one of the maintenance guys, though he didn’t work on mining equipment. His job was purely in general maintenance, things like doors that needed fixing, or windows, or cupboards, or whatever. One day, he got a work order dated a couple of days prior asking him to go to the onsite office. The manager there needed something mounted on the office wall – I think it was a clock, or a picture frame, or a key rack, or something like that. Let’s just say it was a key rack. It was only fairly small and only required a couple of screws to be drilled into the wall. The workers in the office had offered to do it, but the manager told them “No, we have to follow protocol, so call up maintenance”, because you know, workplace health and safety and all that. If an untrained worker was to drill into a wall and get electrocuted, or fall off a ladder, then of course, the company would be liable.

    So anyway, the guy I know, let’s just call him “my mate” for the sake of brevity, he got out his stud finder, or voltage detector, or whatever, found the perfect place to mount the key rack, marked the drill holes with a pencil, and then proceeded to go through the mandatory safety checklist. From what I understand, the checklist was literally titled “Penetration of Walls, Floors, and Ceilings”. It seems to be a real thing, because I just looked it up. Everything was fine, except for one point, “Inspection conducted by qualified electrician”. As my mate wasn’t an electrician, he told the manager that he wouldn’t be able to mount the key rack straight away as he had to go find an electrician to sign off on it. The manager was a bit upset as he said he had already been waiting a couple of days for this to get done.

    So my mate went straight over to the electrical section and told them what he needed, but they told him that they were extremely busy at the moment and that he needed to come back the next day. So he came back the next day and told them again what he needed. Again, they told him that they were way too busy and got him to fill out a work order. (This is the second work order, mind you, in order to get this key rack up on the wall). He asked how long it might take and they said probably about three days. So he went and told the office manager that an electrician won’t be available for another few days and to sit tight.

    Three days went past and still no contact from the electrician. At the end of the third day, my mate got called up again to the office. They were asking him “Where’s the electrician? Why isn’t our key rack up yet?”. (This a multi-billion dollar company, mind you). He told the manager that he’d go check on the electricians the next day.

    Another three weeks went past. Again, my mate was called up to the office and the manager asked in a fairly droll way, “Any news on the key rack?”. “Sorry mate, they still haven’t got back to me. I’ll go check on them now for you”. So my mate went up to the electrical department once again, and it just happened that the electrical supervisor was there having lunch. “Excuse me, mate. I’ve been waiting weeks on this work order to get an electrician down to sign off on this drill hole. Is there anybody available?”. “Look mate, we’re busy! There’s so much other stuff to do! Come back later!”. My mate just looked at him with a rather sullen look. “Oh fine! I’ll come down now then! I’m having my lunch, but I’ll come and do it, don’t worry!”. Anyway, the supervisor got up out of his chair, walked down to the office, inspected the wall, got out his stud finder, and immediately signed off on the work order. It took him all of 30 seconds. Subsequently, my mate got out his drill, drilled the holes, and mounted the key rack. It took him about a minute.

    Isn’t it funny, in the home environment, if I wanted to mount something on the wall, I just do it, right? It takes me all of five minutes. I don’t need to call anybody or get anybody to sign anything, but in the corporate environment where there’s so much red tape, things tend to blow out. So in answering the question, “How long does it take to mount a key rack in a coal mine?” – 29 days apparently.

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  29. Steve trickler says:

    Pig c…( self censored ). It is a competition with VicPol to beat up old people.

    Urgent! Police ASSAULT old man Danny Lim!

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  30. mh says:


    Queensland’s housing crisis is seeing children become wards of the state because their parents can’t find anywhere to live. It comes as child advocates say there are hundreds of children under the age of five experiencing homelessness.

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  31. mh says:

    Urgent! Police ASSAULT old man Danny Lim!

    Cossack is wrong to call NSW Police dogs.

    Dogs have some admirable characteristics.

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  32. mh says:

    The Kingom of Saud will be happy

    Argentina 1 – Saudi Arabia 2

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  33. Steve trickler says:

    Oops…this pertains to the Stossel clip.

    22 Nov 2022
    Did you know that the pilgrims almost starved after they arrived at Plymouth Rock? That’s because they were forced to farm “collectively.”

    The corporation that funded the expedition said, “grow food together. Divide the harvest equally.”

    This is a terrible idea. It creates what economists call the “tragedy of the commons.” When you share property and the results of your work, people farm until the land is barren, don’t work as hard, or steal food from others.

    Young people from Students For Liberty take part in an experiment to demonstrate this “tragedy of the commons.” It shows the solution is private property, which is what saved the pilgrims.

    Governor William Bradford finally decided to “assign each family a parcel of land.” Once the pilgrims had property rights, they became much more productive and brought in huge harvests — which they were then able to share with the Indians.

    So this Thanksgiving feast, don’t forget to say “thanks, private property!”

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  34. mh says:

    Honest toilers get beat:

    World Cup 2022: France demolishes Australia 4-1 after Craig Goodwin goal

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  35. mh says:

    Fauci presser descends into farce

    Benny Johnson
    Kringe Jean Pierre rattles and shakes during utter MELTDOWN after reporter presses Fauci on origins of COVID:

    “I’M DONE!”

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  36. mh says:

    More on the presser from hell

    Danny De Urbina
    White House COVID Response Director:

    “Get your COVID shot, get your flu shot— That’s why God gave you two arms.”

    My arms exist for US Big Pharma products.

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  37. mh says:

    Envoy Air says a pilot who was reported incapacitated during flight has died

    An Envoy Air flight returned to Chicago shortly after takeoff on Saturday night after a pilot was incapacitated and later died, the carrier said Tuesday.

    “Despite heroic efforts by those on board and first responders on the ground, our colleague passed away at the hospital,” Envoy Air, a regional carrier owned by American Airlines, said in a statement. “We’re deeply saddened and are doing all we can to support his family and our colleagues at this time.”

    Capt. Ric Wilson, vice president of Envoy’s flight operations, said in a note to staff that the pilot was a captain in training.

    Envoy did not comment on the cause of the medical emergency. The Air Line Pilots Association, the union which represents Envoy’s pilots, didn’t comment.

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  38. kaysee kaysee says:

    ‘Spend a few months out bush’:
    Senator Jacinta Price launches scathing attack after Lisa Wilkinson quit Network Ten’s The Project

    Senator Price slammed Wilkinson’s comments and suggested the TV presenter needed to travel to outback Australia to understand “what tough means”.

    “Perhaps you and your husband might want to spend a few months out bush now that you have the time, to see what tough means to every day Australians and some our most marginalised in communities that are far far away from the sunny north shore?” she commented on a Facebook post about Wilkinson’s announcement.

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  39. kaysee kaysee says:

    Dr. Roger Hodkinson:

    Shall we forgive & forget?

    “Absolutely not! I am full of vengeance. I am vengeful. It’s not a time to say I’m sorry. It’s a time to put these bastards in jail! I’m calling it ‘the big kill’. It’s the physicians, not just the politicians.”

    COVID 2022: Here Comes “The Big Kill”

    The corporate media in America has completely dropped the COVID pandemic narrative in the second half of 2022 — it’s almost as if our corrupt corporate and political elites want you to forget their two-year propaganda campaign to impose universal vaccinations, public masking, and lockdowns.

    What has happened? They’re all scrambling to obscure the next stage of the COVID pandemic: The Big Kill.

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  40. kaysee kaysee says:

    Missed out the link above

    COVID 2022: Here Comes “The Big Kill”


    Is Julie okay?

    Another climate change victim collapses on camera.

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  41. kaysee kaysee says:

    Is the Arizona AG serious about Elections Integrity?
    Or is she just putting forward an appearance of seeming to be fair?

    Arizona Assistant AG Demands Answers on Alleged Mishandling of Ballots in Black Duffle Bags

    Arizona Assistant Attorney General Jennifer Wright on Saturday demanded Maricopa County officials produce an accounting of ballots allegedly stuffed in black duffle bags during the ballot tabulation process on November 8.

    Wright, who is a part of the state’s Elections Integrity Unit, issued a letter demanding Thomas Liddy of the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office look into the alleged comingling of ballots in black duffle bags at polling locations throughout the county that were transferred to the Election Department’s in Phoenix because they could not be properly counted by Maricopa County allegedly due to tabulation and ballot printer errors:

    Arizona AG Demands Maricopa Officials Answer For Reportedly Mixing Counted And Uncounted Ballots

    Since Election Day, the Arizona attorney general’s office has ‘received hundreds of complaints’ over Maricopa County’s administration of the 2022 general election.

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  42. mh says:

    The Reserve Bank of New Zealand raised its official cash rate (OCR) by 75bps to 4.25% during the November meeting, the highest level since January 2009, in line with market consensus. Wednesday’s move was the biggest rate hike in the central bank’s history, as it continues efforts to curb high inflation ahead of a three-month break. It was also the 9th straight increase, meaning that the OCR has now risen 400bps since October 2021, the most aggressive tightening by the RBNZ since 1999. The board said core consumer price inflation was too high, employment was beyond its sustainable level, and near-term inflation expectations had risen. The committee flagged more rate hikes to come, seeing the OCR would peak at 5.5% in September 2023. Policymakers mentioned they are aware spending decisions for many households will be largely constrained as debt servicing costs rise. A reduction in aggregate demand is projected to cause GDP to temporarily shrink by around 1% from 2023.

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  43. kaysee kaysee says:

    Bolsonaro’s Party in Brazil Files Legal Complaint Challenging Lula’s Election Steal

    Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has challenged the election he lost last month to leftist rival Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, according to a complaint filed with electoral authorities that alleges votes from some voting machines should be “invalidated.”

    …Alexandre de Moraes, the Supreme Court justice who currently leads the TSE, said in a ruling seen by Reuters that Bolsonaro’s right-wing electoral coalition, which filed the complaint, must present its full audit for both rounds of last month’s vote within 24 hours, or he would reject it.

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  44. mh says:

    Robert Barnes joins host Owen Shroyer on The Alex Jones Show to respond to Fauci’s final words promoting the Covid vax as the WH Press Secretary refuses a question on the origin of Covid.

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  45. mh says:

    I just want to highlight a rare event – a new commentator has posted on the Died Suddenly thread.

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  46. mh says:

    Rapper turned actor turned businessman Ice Cube

    Ice Cube revealed that he lost a $9 million movie role recently because he refused to get vaccinated.

    “I didn’t want to get the motherfucking jab,” Cube said on the “Million Dollaz Worth of Game” podcast (at the 1:10:55 mark). “I turned down $9 million. I didn’t want get the jab. Fuck that jab. Fuck y’all for trying to make me get it. I don’t know how Hollywood feels about me right now.”

    Though Cube didn’t reveal what the project was, he’s likely referring to the Jack Black comedy “Oh Hell No.”

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  47. kaysee kaysee says:

    Walmart shooting

    Up to 10 people have been killed at a Walmart store in Chesapeake, Virginia, after a gunman – believed to be a manager – opened fire inside just days before Thanksgiving. 

    According to those at the scene, one of the managers entered the break room and started shooting at those inside the Sam’s Circle Walmart, located just off Battlefield Boulevard, at around 10.10pm on Tuesday night.

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  48. kaysee kaysee says:

    Florida Legislature poised to change law to aid a DeSantis presidential run

    Florida’s top Republican leaders say they are willing to change state law to smooth the way for Gov. Ron DeSantis to run for president in 2024.

    Both House Speaker Paul Renner (R-Palm Coast) and Senate President Kathleen Passidomo (R-Naples), both of whom were sworn into their new posts on Tuesday, agreed it would be a “good idea” to make it clear that DeSantis would not have to resign if he wound up becoming the GOP nominee.

    While DeSantis has not yet said he will definitely run in 2024, he has emerged as a top potential contender for the job.

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  49. mh says:

    23 Nov 2022
    WARNING: Graphic footage: Fox News host Tucker Carlson rips the sexual exploitation of children and the media for ignoring Balenciaga child ‘bondage’ ad controversy on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’ #FoxNews #tucker

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  50. Steve trickler says:

    Lori Lightfoot / Newsom and other D-Rats in control of their shitty decaying cities quietly approve of this song.

    It was and has been their plan all along. A feature, not a bug.

    Ice T Body Count -Bodycount + lyrics

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  51. kaysee kaysee says:


    Can you please include a link to the Died Suddenly thread and your last comment (7:12 pm) in that thread as separate comments in the Covid- Medical Aspects thread?

    It would make it easy to find information to pass on to those who are not regulars on this blog. Or those who have not been reading articles and watching the videos posted here.

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  52. kaysee kaysee says:


    “Are you saying babies are having heart attacks in the womb?”


    Horrifying. Evil is the only word that applies here. It cannot be described any other way.
    This isn’t ‘incompetence’ – it’s evil.

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  53. kaysee kaysee says:

    WARNING: Graphic footage: Fox News host Tucker Carlson rips the sexual exploitation of children and the media for ignoring Balenciaga child ‘bondage’ ad controversy on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.

    It is anti-gay.

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  54. Steve trickler says:

    kaysee says:
    November 23, 2022 at 7:26 pm


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  55. kaysee kaysee says:

    Thanks, Steve.

    I’ve added the link to the Died Suddenly thread as well.

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  56. Steve trickler says:

    Another dickhead cop.


    Aussie Cossack:

    Dirty and Disgusting Police tactics continue against Mr and Mrs Cossack with the use of Helicopters, motorbike Police units from Strike Force Hawk. First they came for the journalists… then they came for everyone else.

    DIRTY Police Harassment tactics against my innocent wife!

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  57. Steve trickler says:

    Not a big fan of Friendlyjordies, simply because he says we should act on “climate change”. He is 100% f-ing clueless on the subject. A regurgitator of lies. No excuses should be given for some of the crap that comes out of his mouth pertaining to it.

    That to me is a character test. How can anyone be so ignorant, dumb and stupid?

    With that said, he has his strengths in other places and it looks like he has made some enemies with his focus on corruption. However, I’ve yet to see him stick the boot into Albo wanting behind closed door hearings with a future Federal Corruption Commission. That speaks volumes.

    If he has done so, I stand corrected….moving on.

    What has happened below is not good.


    Kangaroo Court of Australia:

    Friendlyjordies lawyers suggest house fire was terrorism and/or attempted homicide of Jordan Shanks

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  58. Steve trickler says:

    His take on Formula one was gold. This matches it.


    Jimmy Rees:

    The Guy Who Decides The World Cup!! AWKWARD

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  59. Steve trickler says:

    No doubt a topic Of conversation in Leinster tonight. Especially those working underground in the nickel mine.

    4.0 EQ nearby.


    11/23/2022 — Large Earthquakes spreading – M6.2 near California border + M6.1 in Turkey + STARFORTS

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  60. Steve trickler says:

    Doc Coleman:

    Here’s a list of ten diseases for which drugs are over-prescribed. Many of the drug groups on this list are so over-prescribed that they cause more illness than they treat.

    1. Osteoporosis
    There are three big myths about osteoporosis. The first is that it is a disease which largely affects women. The second is that it is a consequence of the menopause. The third is that the condition can be prevented and/or cured by swallowing calcium. These are marketing tricks established by the drug industry to sell their products. Osteoporosis is a twenty-first century lifestyle disease best avoided (and conquered) by avoiding tobacco and animal protein (meat), by taking regular, gentle exercise, by avoiding an excessive alcohol intake and by keeping the salt intake down. Too much dieting should also be avoided.

    2. Menopause
    Millions of women attempt to deal with their menopause by taking hormone replacement therapy. The dangers of this usually unnecessary treatment have been widely documented. Women didn’t suffer from the menopause until drug companies recognised it as a marketing opportunity.

    3. Asthma
    Asthma is now one of the most over-diagnosed diseases. Drug companies have successfully trained doctors and nurses to diagnose asthma on a single wheeze and to initiate lifelong drug therapy. Many drugs and inhalers prescribed for asthma are potentially dangerous. If the patient had asthma the risks would probably be worthwhile. Since the patient for whom the drugs and inhalers have been prescribed probably does not have asthma at all the risks are definitely not worthwhile.

    4. Depression
    Many of the patients officially diagnosed as suffering from depression would probably be more accurately described as being ‘unhappy’. To mix together those suffering from endogenous clinical depression (and needing complex and sometimes dangerous therapy) and those suffering from lifestyle disappointment, crises and stress (and needing advice, help and maybe therapy but advice, help and therapy of an entirely different kind) is absurd, illogical and patently cruel. It is done, quite deliberately by the combined efforts of drug companies which are desperate to sell more of their potent pharmacological compounds and doctors whose debt and allegiance to the pharmaceutical companies far exceeds their perceived debts and allegiance to their patients. Drug companies have successfully encouraged general practitioners to diagnose depression in anyone who doesn’t feel entirely happy. Since few of us are entirely happy all the time, the official incidence of depression has rocketed in recent years. The drugs prescribed for depression are often exceedingly dangerous and the list of side effects associated with some of the most popularly prescribed products is scary.

    5. High blood pressure
    Traditionally, high blood pressure has always been over-diagnosed — largely because doctors tend to forget that patients can be nervous when having their blood pressure taken. The condition can, in many patients, be effectively controlled by a mixture of diet, exercise and stress control but doctors tend to find it easier to hand over a prescription. Once a patient has been diagnosed as suffering from high blood pressure, and has been started on medication, the chances are high that the treatment will continue for the rest of the patient’s life. Drug companies make huge amounts of money out of pills which were never needed and which, in the long run, do far more harm than good.

    6. Arthritis
    Arthritis is undoubtedly one of the commonest diseases of middle age and old age. But although it may be painful and disruptive it is not usually life-threatening and can often be managed very effectively by a combination of lifestyle changes. For example, the impact of rheumatoid arthritis can be dramatically reduced if the patient adopts a vegetarian diet. Despite this the usual medical approach is to hand out a prescription — often for an expensive drug which may be nowhere near as safe as soluble aspirin and nowhere near as effective either.

    7. Obesity
    It has become politically incorrect to point out that most people who become grossly obese do so because they eat too much food. Instead the obese are allowed, and even encouraged, to regard themselves as suffering from some sort of illness and are offered treatment of some kind to help them deal with their problem. Inevitably, if no changes are made to eating habits, any weight loss which takes place is quickly reversed. (It is often claimed that stick thin models endanger the health of young girls by encouraging them to stay too thin. Far more damage is done by fat celebrities who revel in their obesity. A quick look around any High Street will reveal that the number of vastly overweight teenage girls is much greater than the number of dangerously underweight teenage girls. The number of diseases associated with obesity is legion.)

    8. Anxiety
    It has been known since 1961 that benzodiazepine drugs (still the drugs of choice for most doctors faced with anxious patients) are addictive and cause many side effects. I first described the problem in 1973 — and predicted that benzodiazepine addiction would be a massive problem within a few years. In the mid-1980s, I estimated that there were three million benzodiazepine addicts in Britain alone. In 1988, the British Government changed its official advice to doctors and admitted that it had done so because of my articles. And yet even today there are still doctors who are handing out prescriptions for benzodiazepines and who insist that these drugs are perfectly safe, are not addictive and can be taken — and stopped — without any worry. At least 99% of the patients who are given these drugs do not need them and would be better off without them. 9. Maturity onset diabetes (type II diabetes
    Type II diabetes is as near as it is possible to get to an optional disease. Many people who have it could recover if they chose to change their eating habits. Doctors should know this but, bizarrely, they usually just reach for the prescription pad and write out a prescription for a potentially hazardous drug. Once again the drug companies are the only winners.

    10. Antibiotics
    The rise in the incidence of antibiotic-resistant organisms is due partly to the widespread use of antibiotics by farmers (who recklessly give it to their animals to help speed muscle growth) and partly due to doctors over-prescribing the drugs. Antibiotics are of no value in the treatment of viral infections and yet thousands of doctors regularly hand out prescriptions for antibiotics to patients suffering from influenza (a viral infection).

    Taken from Coleman’s Laws by Vernon Coleman (subtitled ‘The Twelve Medical Truths You Must Know to Survive’). The paperback and the eBook are both available on Amazon.

    Ten Diseases for which Drugs are Over-prescribed 8TH SEPTEMBER 2021

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  61. mh says:

    Germany LOST to Japan last night.

    The German team had WOKE on their minds

    As Irvine spoke, Germany took the field for their match against Japan – with captain Manuel Neuer wearing a FIFA-sanctioned ‘no discrimination’ armband, but only after the Germans posed for their pre-game team shot covering their mouths as if having been muzzled.

    “Human rights are non-negotiable,” the German federation said in a statement.

    “That should be taken for granted, but it still isn’t the case. That’s why this message is so important for us.

    “Denying us the armband is the same as denying us a voice. We stand by our position.”

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  62. mh says:

    The Oz

    #NotSoIndependent: how teals revealed they ‘stand with Dan’

    The teal independent seeking to quash a Liberal comeback in the key seat of Hawthorn lavished Daniel Andrews with praise for ‘looking after’ Victorians at the height of the pandemic.

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  63. Steve trickler says:

    This show should be interesting. A focus on Alzheimer’s.

    It drops tomorrow.

    Preview below.


    The HighWire with Del Bigtree Published November 23, 2022

    #Thanksgiving #Alzheimers #ChrisExley #MrAluminum #NoAluminumNoAlzheimers #TheAluminumAge #Paraquat

    One of the biggest scientific lies in history, TOMORROW on The HighWire | November 24th, 2022

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  64. mh says:

    Meet the old boss

    Nov 23
    Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Peter McCullough still have not had their Twitter accounts restored. Very troubling, @elonmusk.

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  65. mh says:

    The Oz

    RBA board may be stripped of rates decisions
    Interest rate calls could instead fall to a ‘specialist monetary panel’ as part of a landmark review of the central bank.


    A specialist panel of Keynesians.

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  66. Rohan says:

    I know this is anecdotal and sample size of 1, but a coworker got me to validate her postal vote today. She’s in LockDan territory of Mulgrave. She’s politically apathetic.

    Me: who did you vote for?

    CW: some dude I met at the supermarket last weekend. He had a big white bus. Nice guy.

    Me: Ian Cook?

    CW: yep that’s him.

    Me: who did you put last?

    CW: Andrews.

    There is still a glimmer of hope.

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  67. mh says:


    Howls Of Outrage After New York Times Confirms SBF To Speak Alongside Zelenskyy, Yellen


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  68. mh says:

    First time at Mar-a-Lago

    Rain and traffic

    Can’t believe I kept President Trump waiting

    And I had on jeans Yikes

    What you guys think his response was when I asked him to be my running mate in 2024?

    That’s very Ye 58.7%
    That’s very Nay 41.3%
    908,039 votes
    Final results
    2:09 PM · Nov 23, 2022
    ·Twitter for iPhone

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  69. Steve trickler says:

    Tony Heller:

    Irena Sendler risked her life day after day to rescue thousands people from the Warsaw Ghetto during WWII. In 2007, the Nobel Prize Committee bypassed her and gave the prize to Al Gore for getting rich by scamming the world about climate. Irena died in 2008.

    Al Gore’s Nobel Prize

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  70. mh says:


    Right Wing Watch
    On his way to meet Trump at Mar-a-Lago yesterday, Kanye West was filmed walking through Miami’s airport with misogynistic antisemitic white nationalist Christian fascist incel Nick Fuentes.

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  71. Steve trickler says:

    Why am I not surprised.

    The autism link to aluminum is also covered and Exley got shafted for it. The vaccine schedule came into focus and bang! Big Pharma strikes.


    The HighWire with Del Bigtree Published November 24, 2022

    Del’s Thanksgiving Wish; Monsanto Caught Over Paraquat; The Disaster At Camp Lejeune; Mr. Aluminum Details Decades-long Alzheimer’s Fraud, and a Great Hope for Science – Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

    Guest: Christopher Exley, PhD, FRSB

    Jaxen Report – 6:50
    Christoper Exley lead up and interview – 55:45

    Episode 295: MIND GAMES

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  72. Steve trickler says:

    Malcolm Roberts:

    25 Nov 2022

    Labor’s much-hyped goal of net zero and electric vehicles for 2050 will run out of charge between 2025 and 2030, when lithium supplies are predicted to dry up.

    No-one is looking at the harm these electric vehicles cause out of sight in the Third World or asking why they still have a social licence, given that most of them source raw materials on the back of child slave labour either.

    You can have your electric vehicles, I’ll keep my turbo-diesel and tow my trailer as far as I like.

    Electric Vehicles fall flat for Aussie lifestyle

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  73. Old bloke says:

    RBA won’t allow Parliament to know about their conversations with other banks including the Federal Reserve. I’m happy for the RBA to be independent of political control however they should be transparent about their dealings with Federal Parliament.

    The RBA should not be colluding with an international banking cartel – Senate Estimates 10.11.22

    Senator Gerard Rennick – 2 minutes.

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  74. kaysee kaysee says:

    Some bits from the Qatar-visiting wokesters.

    The Germans

    A message to German team after the defeat against Japan at FIFA- Stop being woke and concentrate on your game. Learn from Ecuador.

    England fans

    Paul Joseph Watson: After all the LGBT flags and armbands, now they’re suddenly concerned about offending Muslims.

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  75. kaysee kaysee says:

    England fans (link)

    On the other hand


    Ecuadors Christian players at FIFA World Cup: We are not afraid to proclaim Jesus in public


    the Fijian rugby team sing hymns before their matches.

    (not sure if this is related to the footy in Qatar)

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  76. kaysee kaysee says:


    I’m having a link problem today. 🙂


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  77. kaysee kaysee says:

    Wokeism and low IQ go hand in hand.
    The woke journo did not think that wearing the woke armband would provoke anything.

    ‘Take it off!’

    World Cup TV reporter confronted live on air by Qatari police for wearing LGBT armband

    “I respect that you’re telling me that, but I can’t take it off. Why is it not allowed?”

    When Mr Pagh asked the officer if it was because of the colours, the official replied: “Yes.”

    After the incident, the journalist spoke with Danish newspaper Tipbladet, telling them “we must be careful about activism.”

    He said: “It was not at all in my mind that it would provoke anything.

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  78. Steve trickler says:

    This speaks volumes about the journals that published this sh*theads “research.”


    Unbelievable: Researcher Claims Anti-vaxx Groups’ Fear Mongering and Scare Tactics Cause Vaccine-Related Adverse Events Like Blood Clots and Heart Attacks

    You can’t make this up.

    Just when you thought the Covid-deranged establishment medical community couldn’t lose any more credibility, Raymond D. Palmer, a self-identified mRNA alchemist from Western Australia, admitted that there are serious risks associated with Covid-19 vaccinations, but he blamed the anti-vaxxers for it.

    This was first reported by Rebekah Barnett on her Substack.

    According to Palmer’s research, which was published in the NIH National Library of Medicine and the most recent issue of the peer-reviewed journal BioMedicine (Taipei), the adverse reactions to the vaccine are the result of stress brought on by receiving the vaccine.

    “Much of this anti-vaccination sentiment could be attributed to the alleged side effects that are perpetuated across social media from anti-vaccination groups,” Palmer stated in his abstract.

    “Fear-mongering and misinformation being peddled by people with no scientific training to terrorize people into staying unvaccinated is not just causing people to remain susceptible to viral outbreaks, but could also be causing more side effects seen in the vaccination process,” he continued.

    Palmer added that “vasoconstriction and arterial constriction” are both apparent results of the mental stress caused by the fear-mongering and disinformation being pushed by anti-vaxxers.

    Vasoconstriction and arterial constriction are what healthcare providers call when the muscles around your blood vessels tighten to make the space inside smaller.

    “A mini review of published literature has been conducted and found that mental stress clearly causes vasoconstriction and arterial constriction of the blood vessels. Therefore, if subjects are panicked, concerned, stressed or scared of the vaccination, their arteries will constrict and become smaller in and around the time of receiving the vaccine,” he said.

    “This biological mechanism (the constriction of veins, arteries and vessels under mental stress) is the most likely cause for where there has been blood clots, strokes, heart attacks, dizziness, fainting, blurred vision, loss of smell and taste that may have been experienced shortly after vaccine administration,” he added.

    “The extreme mental stress of the patient could most likely be attributed to the fear-mongering and scare tactics used by various anti-vaccination groups. This paper does not aim to rule in or out every side effect seen, but it is highly likely that many apparent side effects seen shortly after a subject has received a vaccine could be the result of restricted or congested blood flow from blood vessel or arterial constriction caused by emotional distress or placebo based on fear around vaccines,” Palmer said.

    You can read the full research here.

    The Gateway Pundit previously reported that a peer-reviewed study published in the reputable medical journal ‘Nature Communications’ listed “unvaccinated people with a previous infection” as “fully vaccinated.”

    How convenient… But unfortunately for the scientists, the study does not hold up to even an ounce of scrutiny, as the propagandist ‘experts’ (or conversely, the expert propagandists) manipulated the data in such an egregious way that it caused heads to explode across the scientific community.

    In one such response to the Nature study, Dr. Simon Goddek – a prominent scientist who specializes in biotechnologies and has been a leading critic of the experimental Covid jabs – blasted the bogus findings while lamenting about the demise of his entire profession on Telegram:

    “Academia is dead. The peer review process is a joke… I am ashamed to be a scientist. From now on I am calling myself an independent science journalist,” he said.


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