Open Thread – Saturday, 23 July 2022

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  1. mh says:

    Greg Reese from last month

    The End of Oil & Gas in Biden’s America

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  2. Mak Siccar says:

    Good moaning one and all.

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  3. Cardimona says:

    johanna says:
    July 22, 2022 at 5:49 pm
    Paul Krugman, pet ‘economist’ of the Left, always wrong about everything:

    Johanna, Krugman is a WEF “Global Leader of Tomorrow”, class of ’95.
    Everything he says is globalist agitprop.

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  4. Steve trickler says:

    Del Bigtree:

    We the UNvaccinated have been persecuted since this whole nightmare started but we are the control group now! Many of us have lost friends, family and our jobs because of the LIES yet we are still alive, not sick and we are NOT filling the hospitals nor are we dying, the vaccinated are…

    💉❤️ Del Bigtree ~ The UNvaccinated Will Be Vindicated! We Are the Control Group! This is HUGE, Please Share!

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  5. mh says:

    This is who Morrison/Hunt listened to.
    Now Morrison is in church – not repenting, but in denial

    Klaus Schwab: “Nobody Will Be Safe if Not Everybody is Vaccinated”

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  7. mh says:

    “Who controls the food supply, controls the people”

    —- Henry Kissinger.


    U S Marshalls raid AMISH over FOOD! Small homesteads next?

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  8. johanna johanna says:

    Ted, they never give up, do they?

    Every problem is used as an excuse to increase the scope of surveillance. Doesn’t matter what the ‘problem’ is, they always say that we need to keep more tabs on the population to solve it.

    In every case, the existing mechanisms for addressing the ‘problem’ are not being used or are misused.

    We just have to keep fighting back – the attraction to tyranny seems to be hardwired into certain sections of humanity.

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  9. mh says:

    Fox News host Tucker Carlson reacts to Steve Bannon’s conviction and voices his concerns over the practices of the January 6 committee on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’

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  10. johanna johanna says:

    mh, the trouble with all this breast-beating is that it implies that there was a Golden Age in the US where journalists told the truth and politicians were honest.

    Anyone with a cursory knowledge of US history knows that this is far from the reality.

    Still, at least some are trying.

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  11. Cardimona says:

    I’m slowly getting back into full-length LTEs, team – even getting some ink under a nom de plume in my region’s Mudrock daily (shh!).
    This one is for a local weekly which likes op-ed length LTEs.
    Due to be published in early August.

    Most of us have probably seen the 2018 video of Nicole Kidman eating a “four course meal of delicious bugs” – some of them still wriggling. Live hornworms (“moist and chewy”), live mealworms (“fruity taste”), crickets (“awesome, nutty”), and fried grasshoppers (“amazing”). Salma Hayek and Angelina Jolie have also promoted eating insects, with Jolie famously chowing down on a defanged tarantula. Yuck.

    That’s what the globalists, that cabal of uber-wealthy conspirators who meet in plain sight when they all fly their private jets to Davos, have in store for us all.

    At the globalists’ 2022 World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting there were several hundred “carbon-spewing” private jets parked on a nearby Swiss air force base. They disregarded their own emissions but decided we must eat bugs, instead of the delicious steaks humans have eaten for several hundred thousand years, to save the “climate” from cow farts.

    Cow farts include methane (CH4), a rare and reactive gas that quickly oxidizes in the presence of oxygen into H2O and CO2. Even if it was able to build up in the atmosphere, its capacity to absorb and re-emit infrared is miniscule and is entirely occluded by H2O (water vapour).

    Methane-induced catastrophic global warming is as mythical as carbon dioxide-induced global warming. Basic physics proves it just does not and cannot happen. It’s just another globalist psy-op (psychological operation) they inflict on us in their bid to gain control of all the world’s nations.

    My favourite journalist, the late Henry L. Mencken, said, “The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.”

    Imaginary menaces are exactly what we’re force-fed by the globalists’ media. The entire corporate media is now controlled by six globalist-owned companies and it spreads misinformation and disinformation globally and continually.

    The Express’ editor, Robyn Holmes, is my second favourite journalist, because unlike the Murdoch dailies, she allows free speech in her Letters column. Thank goodness we still have some pockets of independent media.

    But back to the WEF.

    Unelected WEF boss Klaus Schwab is on video saying, “What we are very proud of now is a young generation like Prime Minister Trudeau, um, (and the) president of Brazil, of Argentina and so on, that we penetrate the Cabinets. So yesterday I was in a reception for Prime Minister Trudeau, and I know that half of this Cabinet or even more of, uh, half of his Cabinet are for our, actually Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum.”

    And yes, we have Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum in our government. Senator Hanson-Young is one. Pandemic-era Health Minister Greg Hunt was another. Senator Andrew Bragg was in the 2021 intake.

    To gain control of the world, the WEF and its minions intend to destroy the food and fuel modern societies rely on, that you rely on. They’ve already done it in Sri Lanka and they’re trying very hard in some EU countries at present. Of course, the corrupt corporate media doesn’t show us the enormous farmer-led protests in the Netherlands, Germany, and France, but you can find them online if you use Brave as your internet browser (Google blocks it, too).

    If you don’t want to eat bugs, live in a pod, own nothing, and be constantly tracked and electronically controlled by Big Brother globalist world government you need to be aware that this is real and it’s happening right now.

    (Ten links, but only three included herewith…)

    Nicole Kidman eats bugs (2018) –
    Methane –
    Klaus Schwab –

    [Since you posted a comment and let me know about it, I was able to check. It went into Spam – I know not why either 🙂 – Admin ]

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  12. Cardimona says:

    mh, the trouble with all this breast-beating is that it implies that there was a Golden Age in the US where journalists told the truth and politicians were honest.

    Spot on, Johanna.
    Here’s a TTE I sent to the local Mudrock daily yesterday in response to their yarn about “newpapers are good, mmmkay?”

    “Reading can boost thinking skills” (CP, 22/7). Sure, but as Thomas Fuller said 362 years ago, “If you don’t read the newspaper you’re uninformed. If you do read it, you’re misinformed.” 215 years ago Thomas Jefferson said, “Nothing can now be believed which is seen in a newspaper. … I will add that the man who never looks into a newspaper is better informed than he who reads them.”

    Unsurprisingly, their desperate bid to project credibility meant they didn’t give it ink.

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  13. Cardimona says:

    Adam Admin

    I posted an op-ed-length LTE with three links and it went to moderation.
    I know not why – I humbly agolopies for the inconvenience, dear sir.

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  14. Arky says:

    You can visit whatever websites you want to – but please do not carry over battles from other blogs here and turn this one into a garbage pit. If you disagree with what someone is saying on another site, deal with it there. Or elsewhere. But not here.

    Fair enough and agreed.

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  15. Steve trickler says:

    This takes me back to a school excursion in primary school. We slept at the Northam town hall. This was played before bed….then our teachers hit the piss in the kitchen. A few sore heads the next day.

    True story.


    Mr. Mister – Broken Wings

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  16. kaysee kaysee says:

    Why has the government not already closed the borders to Indonesia for a temporary period – say a few weeks? During this time they could work out the best and safest strategy to follow that would keep our livestock free from FMD.

    Get all the necessary testing equipment and rules in place and then open up the borders again. There’s billions of dollars at stake here.

    Biosecurity powers invoked at airports

    Sky News Reporter Holly Edwards-Smith says travellers arriving in Australia from Bali will be “compelled” to use foot mats for shoe sanitisation to help keep foot and mouth disease out of the country.

    Australian Border Force officials have been granted increased biosecurity powers at airports to ensure the disease does not reach Australia and “wreak havoc” on the livestock sector.

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  17. kaysee kaysee says:

    Comedian Bill Burr includes abortion in his latest Netflix special, Live at Red Rock.

    The – My body, My choicers – are not happy.

    (Language warning)

    Abortion Analogy

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  18. kaysee kaysee says:

    Weeks after Roe v Wade, the Dems had this story about a 10 year old rape victim in Ohio who was unable to get an abortion and had to travel interstate.

    What’s the real story?

    The doctor who was consulted is obviously pro-abort. She turned what should be a private doctor-patient consult into something public.

    What the Dems didn’t say is that the perp is an illegal alien.

    When a journo knocked on the family door, the mother refused to open the door and defended the rapist (Gerson Fuentes)

    The mother of the Ohio 10/y rape victim tells Telemundo’s @MariaVargasPion that the child “is fine”, and “everything they say about (Gerson Flores) is a lie.”

    Why is the mother defending the rapist?


    Rape Victim’s Mom Is in Domestic Relationship with Rapist

    a local source confirmed to Telemundo that the mother is in a domestic relationship with Fuentes… “He’s her partner. And he is the father of the child she is carrying in her womb right now.” Vargas-Pion clarified, “So the woman is pregnant,” which Torres affirmed.

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  19. kaysee kaysee says:


    If the US Open doesn’t want you …..

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  20. kaysee kaysee says:

    Really, really sad (No, no, not really)

    Investment Giant BlackRock Loses $1.7 Trillion In Six Months

    BlackRock lost $1.7 trillion of its clients’ money since the beginning of the year — the largest sum ever lost by a single firm over a six-month period, according to a Wednesday report from Bloomberg analyst Marc Rubenstein.

    Among BlackRock’s largest holdings are technology companies such as Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Tesla, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)…..


    Twitter Misses Earnings Expectations, Blames Elon Musk

    Twitter reported earnings for the second quarter on Friday missing analyst estimates on revenue, earnings, and user growth. The company blamed ad industry headwinds and “uncertainty” linked to Elon Musk and his revoked buyout offer.

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  21. mh says:

    13 minutes of gold

    Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis tells ‘The Ingraham Angle’ why figures like Illinois Gov. Pritzker, California Gov. Newsom are upset at ingress to Sunshine State. #ingrahamangle

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  22. Steve trickler says:

    It is time to go cook some chips! Snack food. We have a sh*t of potatoes to get through.

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  23. Steve trickler says:

    Sh*t load…

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  24. Shy Ted says:

    Continuing the tennis theme, Novax may not be able to go to the US Open but Yesvax Nadal can
    Must be that tummy muscle he pulled against Kyrgios. Poor sod.

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  25. kaysee kaysee says:

    Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis tells ‘The Ingraham Angle’ why figures like Illinois Gov. Pritzker, California Gov. Newsom are upset at ingress to Sunshine State.

    This is why there are many turning to DeSantis as a better option.
    He is tough on issues and speaks sense, but he doesn’t have the Trump-drama.

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  26. kaysee kaysee says:

    Alex Berenson

    The price of fear

    First-person stories of the damage from two years of public health hysteria and useless rules (Vol. 1)

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  27. Arky says:

    This is why there are many turning to DeSantis as a better option.
    He is tough on issues and speaks sense, but he doesn’t have the Trump-drama.

    KC, wait until the media whoredom gets to work on him.
    They don’t start in earnest until he is the actual candidate.
    Remember, the media stoked Trump’s campaign and were neutral during the 2016 primaries.
    Then once Trump won: holy sh*t, they unleashed hell.

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  28. Arky says:

    Here is the bastards game plan:
    1. Pump up any Republican candidate who you think will be an easy mark / pushover.
    2. If he wins the primaries act all pretend even handed in the campaign while reporting matter of factly a bunch of rumours and crap to try to tilt the result against him.
    3. When your chosen sap actually wins and begins to show some backbone, pull out the weirdos, whores and liars to smear him.
    4. If he fights back call for his assassination.
    5. State that his responses to all this makes him unfit for office and begin the calls for impeachment.

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  29. kaysee kaysee says:

    They don’t start in earnest until he is the actual candidate.
    Remember, the media stoked Trump’s campaign and were neutral during the 2016 primaries.

    Trump and DeSantis have different personalities.
    Trump has an ego that needs to be fed.
    DeSantis seems to have a confidence in himself.

    Who really knows? Time will tell.

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  30. Arky says:

    Trump and DeSantis have different personalities.
    Trump has an ego that needs to be fed.

    Remember how they got at Brett Kavanaugh?
    They broke the man. He cried and wasn’t the same after.
    You can’t imagine what being the victim of a full time smear campaign does to personality.

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  31. Arky says:

    Remember how our lot got at Abbott so badly that the man was speechless and racked with impotent rage at the “sh*t happens” moment?
    How everyone who they disagree with becomes “controversial”?
    Remember how they tee’d Hansen up for years of fun making and misrepresentation? How they even got that Pauline Pantsdown fellow on board to mock and disparage her?

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  32. Arky says:

    Of course now it’s beyond smear campaigns. Now they get a mob of angry mental defectives to appear outside your abode.

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  33. kaysee kaysee says:

    Just spotted this meme.

    Due to the policies of the state governor?

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  34. Arky says:

    They didn’t just go after Trump and his character,
    They went after his businesses, his family and every single appointee he made. With everything they had.
    The media, the FBI, Obama’s IRS.
    They paid for prostitutes to make up stories. They planted dossiers with foreign secret services.
    They investigated people and charged them for lying during informal interviews if they stumbled or accidentally contradicted themselves as innocent people often do.
    They leaked phone calls between Trump and foreign leaders. The omitted to report on anything that might exonerate him or put Biden in a bad light.

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  35. Arky says:

    Most recently they went after the owner of the computer shop who had the misfortune to have Hunter Biden drop off his laptop from hell.
    The poor bloke is vision impaired, but they began sending threatening weirdos into his shop and he had to shut down his business.

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  36. Shy Ted says:

    4 Corners on a Saturday night?

    Fearless and Forensic for 60 Years
    7:59PM – 9:00PM
    A special look at highlights from the show’s six decades of fearless and forensic reporting, holding power to account.

    It’s a comedy.

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  37. Arky says:

    We shouldn’t look at the past with rose tinted glasses.
    The game has probably always been played this hard.
    But we are seeing more of what goes on.
    It’s ugly stuff and you would have to ask yourself what type of people ordinarily come out on top in these sorts of contests.

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  38. Steve trickler says:

    Daisy Johnson.


    Daisy Johnson || Rise (AoS)

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  39. mh says:

    Entertaining match tonight from Perth – Man United 2 Aston Villa 2.

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  40. Steve trickler says:

    A bloke walking his dog.



    Cash 2.0 Great Dane at Laguna Beach 2

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  41. Arky says:

    I think I am now close to sadly declaring that almost 100% in my experience that those choosing the mRNA vaccines rather than to hold out, involves such great mental distortion that they are subsequently lost to me.
    I was able to avoid this in my marriage by taking a strict stance that my dear spouse must do her own diligent research, make her own decision with no regard for my own opinion and that whatever she decided to do we would subsequently find a way to make it work.
    She choose to wait, under tremendous and continuous pressure from her work, for the NovaVax. She will refuse boosters, and has suffered some health consequences, which she is managing.
    We have lost friendships to these vaccines.
    In particular, our daughter’s best friend.
    A medical family, I had long phone conversations in January 2020 where I predicted that the schools would close that year, and that I would be keeping my daughter away from school at the start of term one until we understood what this new virus was. Which we did. By the time the schools closed, exactly as I had predicted, I had researched the Covid data and decided that as children were of very little risk that the school closures were a mistake, and began saying so.
    By the start of this year these people were still keen mask wearers and vaxxers, despite going on this whole journey with us right from the start of it all.
    I do not know what the psychological explanation is for this phenomenon, I have been tempted to think that as the common element in all these broken relationships is me, that it is because I am just a f…wit.
    But that can’t be it, because if I’m a f…wit, I was just as much a f…wit before Covid, when I still had these friends.
    No, it is more likely the act of giving in to the jab creates a tension.

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  42. Arky says:

    A medical family

    The friends, not us. I’m not a doctor, just a bum with time on his hands.

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  43. Steve trickler says:

    Time to go to bed. Sleep well!

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  44. mh says:

    Sir Tony Blair

    A report by the Tony Blair Institute has recommended the adoption of digital IDs to help solve the problem of illegal immigration in the UK.

    The report argues that one of the reasons the UK has an illegal immigration problem is the government’s failure to do away with a black market of agencies and employers who give jobs to illegal immigrants. So, it proposes a “digital identity verification” system that would be mandatory for every UK resident seeking work or benefits.

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  45. Cold-Hands says:

    This week’s WiP has AOC’s ‘arrest’ in the cross hairs… The Week in Pictures: bondage fantasy edition

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  46. mh says:

    US records first two CHILD monkeypox cases: California toddler and an infant in D.C. were likely infected by ‘household contacts’ and both had contact with gay or bisexual men, CDC chief says

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  47. Steve trickler says:

    The Pope is a globalist wanker.


    Mike Martins:

    Pope Francis is asking young people to eat less meat in a bid to take better care of the environment.

    In a letter to participants at the EU Youth Conference in Prague this week, the Pope urged that we “break this self-destructive trend” of consumerism and prioritise sustainability.

    “It is urgent to reduce consumption not only of fossil fuels but also of many superfluous things; and also, in certain areas of the world, it is convenient to consume less meat, this can also help save the environment,” he wrote.

    The Pope is clearly worried about climate change
    The latest green pledge follows the Pope’s publication of ‘Laudato si’ in 2015, his second encyclical (letter) which laments environmental degradation and global warming, and calls all people of the world to take “swift and unified global action.”

    He lays the foundations for what he calls “integral ecology” in the encyclical. This earned him the title of Person of the Year by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) the same year.

    In October 2021, Pope Francis and religious leaders called for action on climate change at the UN COP26 conference. Although the 84-year-old could not attend the conference, he made his dedication to tackling the climate crisis clear.

    Then in November, he made another speech telling us all to protect the environment as “everything around us seems to be collapsing”. The Vatican’s St. Peter’s Basilica was filled to the brim with hundreds of young people who came to listen.

    “Be free and authentic, be the critical conscience of society,” Francis said.

    Is the Pope vegan?
    The Pope himself is not a vegetarian, but favours a very simple diet, according to a much-quoted article in USA Today.

    The article from 2013 reports that one of his favourite meals is the raw vegetable dish ‘bagna cauda’, which is made from garlic and anchovies. He has not said any more about his diet since then, but that hasn’t stopped the speculation.

    Our Meat is Under Attack Pope tells young people eating meat is part of a ‘self-destructive trend’ !

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  48. Steve trickler says:

    Doc Ruby:

    On today’s Dr. Jane Ruby Show, Dr Jane uncovers the ploy behind Joe Biden’s purported Covid scam infection and how the White House is playing out this Marxist takeover all in preparation for the digital passport gleefully introduced by EU president Ursula von der Leyen and in the 2nd segment Dr. Jane reviews all of UK physician Dr. Van Welbergen’s unjabbed blood slides; the show wraps with a discussion on medical prepping for supply chain disruptions, grid manipulation and other communist shenanigans. Are you prepared to keep yourself and your family safe and healthy? This is the Dr. Jane Ruby Show and you’re about to enter Truth In Medicine.

    Biden Has Covid and White House Theater

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  49. kaysee kaysee says:

    Monkeypoxing Emergency

    WHO’s Tedros:

    “I have decided that the global #monkeypox outbreak represents a public health emergency of international concern.”

    Gay Men With Monkeypox Share Their Stories

    Men who have sex with men comprise the vast majority of monkeypox cases in this unprecedented outbreak. Eighteen of them talked to NBC News about their experiences

    Whose fault is it?
    Innocent victims

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  50. Bazinga says:

    A report by the Tony Blair Institute has recommended the adoption of digital IDs to help solve the problem of illegal immigration in the UK.

    mh – only if its the illegals getting the ID

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  51. Steve trickler says:



    List of painters in compilation: Nikolay Dubovskoy, Ivan Endogurov, Igor Grabar, Lev Kamenev, Valerian Kamenev, Vladimir Kazantsev, Alexander Kiselev, Yuliy Klever, Mikhail Clodt, Gavriil Kondratenko, Konstantin Kryzhickiiy, Arhip Kuindzhi, Isaac Levitan, Arseniy Mesherskiy, Grigoriy Myasoyedov, Volodymyr Orlovsky, Ilya Ostroukhov, Oksana Pavlova, Vasily Polenov, Vilgelm Purvit, Arkady Rylov, Alexei Savrasov, Andreiy Shilder, Ivan Shishkin & Rufin Sudkovsky.

    The Great Russian Landscape Painters

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  52. kaysee kaysee says:

    Anti-Woke Comic Book Rakes in Nearly $3 Million in Days
    Defying the Cancel Culture Left

    A new comic book publisher, “Rippaverse” comic books, from comic book writer Eric July has raked in some $3 million in funding in a matter of days based on his promise to release a series of superhero comics that leaves all the left-wing wokeness behind.

    Not long ago, July decided to appeal to the public to kick off his “Rippaverse” comic books. He set a goal of $100,000 to help develop the characters, create the art, and print the books. But showing how much comics fans hunger for superhero entertainment without all the left-wingery, he raised an astonishing amount just short of $3 million, instead of a mere $100K.

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  53. kaysee kaysee says:

    I do not know what the psychological explanation is for this phenomenon, I have been tempted to think that as the common element in all these broken relationships is me, that it is because I am just a f…wit.

    Arky, those who are regular commenters on this blog are the ones who have done their research for 2+ years. They have not swallowed the hoax. I am thankful for this blog. It has given some of us a place where we can come together and know that we are not alone.

    Sometimes, I feel like I am talking to myself as I sit here and keep posting continuous comments, sharing what I have learnt from my research. But clearly, there are others here as well, and I also have the opportunity to learn from their research, opinions and experiences.

    Do not despair, Arky. You are not alone. You may have lost those you thought were your friends. It is the goal of the globalists to control us and they have tried fear (virus, war, another virus, global warming, more viruses ….). The fear has worked on some; they are trying to use other tactics on the rest of us. If we surrender, they have won.

    The solution is to not give in. To keep trying to educate others; if they don’t want to learn, it is their loss. To stay united with those who understand this Great Reset plan. To not give in to the dejection by making time to have some fun as well. That is why we have here a variety of topics ranging from very serious to very funny.

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  54. kaysee kaysee says:

    This week’s WiP has AOC’s ‘arrest’ in the cross hairs…

    It also has Brandon’s signpost, so it needed to be included in The Mock.

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  55. kaysee kaysee says:

    Sorry, mh. Double-post.
    Didn’t see your Daily Mail link on the children with monkeypox.

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  56. Steve trickler says:

    🤣 He’s up there with Kaitlin Bennet when it comes to triggering the lefty mobs.


    Alex Stein:

    Chillen with the protestors in Tampa, Florida

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  57. JohnJJJ says:

    Men who have sex with men comprise the vast majority of monkeypox cases in this unprecedented outbreak. Eighteen of them talked to NBC News about their experiences
    We went through the same BS with AIDS. If one rams it up the fundament, then one tears the muscle, this allow the cornucopia of viruses entry to the blood system directly. But what about the spread to women in Africa? Using the dark tunnel of farts is the favourite contraceptive in many cultures. That is it.

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  58. kaysee kaysee says:

    We went through the same BS with AIDS.

    Since you brought up the topic of AIDS ….
    Here’s what this genius doctor said 23 years ago.

    Fauci, February 1999…

    On AIDS vaccine

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  59. kaysee kaysee says:

    This woke, hypocrite Greenie wants to ban the word “mother” but calls himself a “dad” in his bio.

    Non-birthing parent Adam Bandt angers mothers

    Sperm-donor and non-birthing parent Adam Bandt – who problematically refers to himself as ‘dad of two’ in his social media bio – has displayed an astonishing level of toxic masculinity by advocating for the removal of the word ‘mother’ on medicare certificates.

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  60. Ragu says:

    The world would be rid of syphilis if the rough riders stopped their preversions. That’s an empirical fact

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  61. kaysee kaysee says:

    Neil Oliver

    The elite that has taken almost all the money is now after everything else as well

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  62. Shy Ted says:

    I am Spartacus. I mean, a f…wit, too. There’s simply not talking to people. I think a combination of these with denial at the top. I’m not too surprised actually. For years we’ve been bombarded with black is white, right is wrong and up is down. Despite it being nonsense the messaging is total. Only the other day I met someone who thinks the masked singer bullsh*t TV show is real and a celebrity is really singing through the massive mask. Same with MAFS and all the other unwatchable reality shows.
    If there’s anything positive to see it’s Blackrock losing $1.5 trillion in value in the last 6 months. Cos that’s where the mega-rich have got their money. That and a bunch of nation’ leaders being ousted.
    I’m going to dance on the graves of a lot of our pollies, journos and influencers. Maybe not the pollies cos most of them got saline.

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  63. kaysee kaysee says:


    Break time


    Amazing Grace Bagpipes

    The Snake Charmer ft. Barcelona Pipe Band

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  64. kaysee kaysee says:



    When Albert Einstein was making the rounds of the speaker’s circuit, he usually found himself eagerly longing to get back to his laboratory work. One night as they were driving to yet another rubber-chicken dinner, Einstein mentioned to his chauffeur (a man who somewhat resembled Einstein in looks & manner) that he was tired of speechmaking.

    “I have an idea, boss,” his chauffeur said. “I’ve heard you give this speech so many times. I’ll bet I could give it for you.”

    Einstein laughed loudly and said, “Why not? Let’s do it!”

    When they arrived at the dinner, Einstein donned the chauffeur’s cap and jacket and sat in the back of the room. The chauffeur gave a beautiful rendition of Einstein’s speech and even answered a few questions expertly.

    Then a supremely pompous professor asked an extremely esoteric question about anti-matter formation, digressing here and there to let everyone in the audience know that he was nobody’s fool.

    Without missing a beat, the chauffeur fixed the professor with a steely stare and said, “Sir, the answer to that question is so simple that I will let my chauffeur, who is sitting in the back, answer it for me.”

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  65. kaysee kaysee says:

    To wrap up the weekend





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  66. mh says:

    Tulsi Gabbard 🌺
    Whatever you think of Bannon, the fact he was charged with contempt of Congress, but Clapper, Brennan & others who lied to Congress have never been charged, shows how the Biden admin / elite have shamelessly weaponized law enforcement into a political hit squad.
    8:53 PM · Jul 23, 2022

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  67. mh says:

    Tigers threaten legal action after ‘robbery of the year’
    Wests Tigers are considering legal action over the disgraceful decision from video referee Ashley Klein that cost them a shock victory over the Cowboys.

    The Tigers have been the losers in some very unfortunate endings to NRL games over the years, but that one today must take the take. I won’t even describe it.

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  68. mh says:

    Here’s Brian

    Russian Ops in Ukraine (July 21, 2022) – Pentagon Prefers Fiction Over Facts

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  69. mh says:

    The boys are back in town

    Backlash as ALP neuters building watchdog

    Labor’s plan to immediately cut the powers of the Australian Building and Construction Commission has ignited the first major backlash from business and employers.

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  70. mh says:

    I missed this from 6 July.
    As usual, the Colonel not following the narrative

    Sky News Australia

    Former advisor to US Secretary of Defence Colonel Douglas Macgregor says Russian President Vladimir Putin is “not going to withdraw” from the Ukraine conflict.

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  71. Black Ball says:

    Piers Akerman:

    ‘Parliament resumes this week but the gloss has already gone off the new Labor government. Having gone to the election with policies based on wishful thinking and little else, it finds itself unprepared for the realities of office.

    Much has been made of the foreign forays Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Foreign Minister Penny Wong have made but, in fact, little has actually been achieved.

    The hug demanded of the newly huggable Albanese by Solomon Islands Prime Minister Mannaseh Sogavare didn’t disguise the fact that the Pacific Islands Forum meeting was regarded as a failure because the sprawling island of Kiribati (mispronounced by our Albo) was a no-show.’

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  72. Black Ball says:

    ‘Nor did that hug stop the Chinese building a port in the Solomons.
    Wong’s joyous reception in her Kota Kinabalu hometown in Sabah, Malaysia, and her ability to speak Indonesian when in Jakarta, didn’t stop her host Joko Widodo inviting the barbaric Russian dictator Vladimir Putin to the G20 meeting in Bali in November, nor dissuade him from meeting China’s President Xi Jinping in Beijing this week and becoming the first foreign leader to meet the Chinese Communist Party’s chief since the Beijing Winter Games in February.

    Domestically, Labor has found itself up the same flooding creek that seemingly stranded former prime minister Scott Morrison but this time the ABC and Nine Media are not blaming the Prime Minister for the deluge.

    For, despite their pre-election claims to the contrary, neither Albanese or his Energy and Climate Minister Chris Bowen can actually do anything that will change the global climate. Nor can any of the newly elected teals, whose presence in the House will remain a scathing reflection on the intelligence of their supporters in those wealthy electorates that fell for their snake oil.

    Being foremost among those who claim to unswervingly believe in “the science” whether it relates to Covid or climate change, they wilfully chose to ignore the words of former chief scientist Alan Finkel, who told a senate committee in 2018 that if the world’s carbon emissions were reduced by 1.3 per cent (Australia’s contribution) the effect on the changing world climate would be “virtually nothing”.

    This is not to say Dr Finkel is against us reducing emissions, far from it. Many scientists would cripple the economy, encourage more handouts for an increase in unreliable renewable energy schemes and undependable battery storage.’

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  73. Black Ball says:

    ‘To meet the unrealistic 43 per cent emission reduction target Albanese wishes to mandate through the parliament, Australians will see further increases in the cost of electricity even as the supply becomes less certain with the closure of two of NSW’s coal-fired power stations. There will also have to be a considerable livestock cull, not the feral cats and dogs that will each year ravage threatened native species, but sheep and cattle, animals we eat and whose meat we export.

    In Ireland there are some 6.5 million cattle and it has been estimated that 1.3 million – about 20 per cent of the herd – would be need to be culled for that country to meet its ambitious emissions reduction target.

    We have a national herd of 28 million, even if we had to cull just half of Ireland’s number, we’re talking 2.8 million from a herd that is still recovering from the drought.

    India has approximately 305 million cattle (the majority of which are sacred and not scared at all) but does anyone think that any will be sacrificed to placate the climate change cultists?’

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  74. Black Ball says:

    ‘Dr Finkel is correct but meaningless gestures carry more weight with Labor, the Greens and the teals than reality.
    Plus, Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek now wants to add to the gesture politics by locking up 30 per cent of the land mass – removing land from food production and there are the vast hectares that are being covered by short-lived and largely ineffectual solar panels. The Albanese government’s domestic agenda shows just how out of touch it is with the concerns of the public. It can’t reduce the cost of electricity as it promised.
    Its determination to insert a racist clause in the Constitution without any details being provided to the public is fatally flawed and its climate policy is out of step with the rest of the world.
    Australia is the only nation in the OECD which has no nuclear component in its power supply mix – and there has been no discussion on lifting the ban on including safe nuclear energy.
    State and federal relations need to be sorted out urgently.
    Tax reform is long overdue and industrial relations reform is essential.
    Foot and mouth disease poses a major threat but no greater than the government’s own foot in mouth problem.
    Albanese is no Bob Hawke but at least he could make an effort to address the really important issues rather than waste his term appeasing rapacious pressure groups who don’t have the national interest at heart.’

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  75. mh says:

    I won’t link, but here is Big Green Al

    Meet the Press
    WATCH: Al Gore compares climate inaction to “failing to walk through the door” in Uvalde. #MTP

    “Climate deniers are really in some ways similar to all of those almost 400 law enforcement officers … waiting outside an unlocked door while the children were being massacred.”

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