Open Thread – Saturday, 22 April 2023

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  1. mh says:

    Stew might be deliberately misinterpreting, but this doesn’t sound flash

    Stew Peters
    Hate speech laws about to be passed in Florida under FAUX conservative governor Ron Desantis.

    Penalty for having the “wrong” opinion? 3rd degree felony and 5 years in jail!

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  2. mh says:

    I’m getting the picture now

    Agudath Israel of America
    Agudath Israel applauds the @FLSenate for unanimously passing HB 269, an important step in combating antisemitism.

    Rabbi Moshe Matz, Director of Agudath Israel’s Florida office, was in the senate for the occasion, and delivered the opening prayer.

    5:31 AM · Apr 27, 2023

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  3. mh says:

    Ukraine will be the model state for Europe.

    Says Zelensky

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  4. mh says:

    Jerry Springer, brown bread.

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  5. JohnJJJ says:

    More of the COVIDdatascam by risk mathematician, Norman Fenton and Mark Steyn 16 minutes.

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  6. kaysee kaysee says:

    So the regulator becomes a system partner with no one seeing any conflict of interest. The system is broken beyond repair.

    Not if the victims and supporters are prepared to unite and fight.

    Class Action – Covid-19 Vaccine Related Injuries
    The filed against list includes the Deputy Secretary of Health Products Regulation Group Adjunct Professor John Skerrit

    More on the case here.

    The class action was organised by Queensland GP Dr Melissa McCann who raised over $105,000 through crowd funding.

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  7. kaysee kaysee says:

    The REAL Reason Tucker Carlson Was Fired By Fox News!

    The Jimmy Dore Show

    The importance of seeking and speaking the truth. To be respected by the other side, commentators such as Jimmy Dore and Aaron Mate, because Tucker got them on his show even when he disagreed with them, so that he could find the truth.

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  8. kaysee kaysee says:

    Key decision made in Bruce Lehrmann defamation case

    Former political staffer Bruce Lehrmann has been given the green light to proceed with his defamation claims against two media giants after a decision in the Federal Court.

    Justice Michael Lee ruled in favour of allowing the proceedings on Friday after a bitter legal battle over whether the lawsuits were permissible after they were lodged after the deadline.

    Mr Lehrmann launched defamation action in March against News Corp’s News Life Media, Network 10 and journalists Samantha Maiden and Lisa Wilkinson.

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  9. mh says:

    “Large corporate advertisers on television will rarely sponsor programs that engage in serious criticisms of corporate activities, such as the problem of environmental degradation, the workings of the military-industrial complex, or corporate support of and benefits from Third World tyrannies.”

    ― Noam Chomsky, Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media

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  10. mh says:

    Australia’s migrant intake will soar to its highest level on record as 400,000 people enter the country this year in net terms, sparking a debate among federal and state political leaders over new housing measures and tougher visa rules to deal with the influx.


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  11. mh says:

    Ian Miles Cheong
    ABC News aired a heavily censored interview with Robert F. Kennedy Jr., claiming that his remarks about COVID vaccines could not be aired. It is unclear what his actual claims were because he was censored

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