Open Thread – Saturday, 27 August 2022

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  1. Steve trickler says:

    Old bloke says:
    August 29, 2022 at 7:16 pm


    Biblical Tree Remains, 1 of 9

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  2. Steve trickler says:

    Check out hangman1128 on sussietube, Old bloke.

    His house burnt down recently….I am not suggesting anything.

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  3. Steve trickler says:

    Suggesting, speculating.

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  4. mh says:

    You will own nothing

    CNBC headline

    Climate change could bring back wind as the future power source for ocean cargo ships

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  5. mh says:

    Courier Paywall

    A Brisbane mother accused of running down her husband and his alleged mistress then got out of her BMW SUV and repeatedly punched the other woman in the head as she lay injured in the street, a court has heard.

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  6. Cardimona says:

    Old bloke says:
    August 29, 2022 at 5:58 pm

    I’m here, OB – no extreme weather, just drizzle adding up to about 8mm over the last three days.

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  7. mh says:

    And just like that, winters in Europe are freezing cold again

    Belgian Energy Minister Tinne Van der Straeten warned that the next 5 to 10 winters in Europe will be “terrible” unless the European Union moves to swiftly impose a price cap on runaway gas prices.

    “The next 5 to 10 winters will be terrible if nothing is done,” Van der Straeten said via Twitter on Sunday. “We must act at the source, at [the] European level, and work on freezing gas prices.”

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  8. mh says:

    just drizzle adding up to about 8mm over the last three days.

    Extreme drizzle?

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  9. Steve trickler says:

    It is time to cook a magical pasta sauce. Red wine galore.

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  10. Delta A says:

    Thanks to the Cats who put a smile on our faces with their regular comic posts, especially kaysee,(not so) Shy Ted, cohenite and PerryJ.

    Good fun.

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  11. Steve trickler says:

    In goes the red wine with a huge amount of garlic, beef and pork.

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  12. mh says:

    Thanks to the Cats who put a smile on our faces with their regular comic posts, especially kaysee,(not so) Shy Ted, cohenite and PerryJ.

    This isn’t quality?

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  13. Steve trickler says:

    Whilst my pasta sauce reduces.

    A bloke walking his dog.


    wolf bark growl:

    Cash 2.0 Great Dane at Laguna Beach 4

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  14. Steve trickler says:

    First world problems.

    Our family friends pasta sauce tastes like sh*t. Italians would revolt over it.

    No amount of red wine could save it.

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  15. Steve trickler says:

    Good stuff. These blokes are on a mission from God.


    Josh Cantu:

    We have a new videographer on the team that is helping take on some of the team responsibilities, this means that Carson and I can focus more on filming and camera stuff (especially when not on the road). Some viewers thought this meant that Carson would no longer be on the team but really it just means you get to see more of him! We may possibly be on separate teams coming soon but for the time being he is back on the BTS vids!!!

    Carson’s Back! | Behind The Scenes w/ Adventures With Purpose (Summer Trip Update 2022)

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  16. mh says:

    Andy Ngô 🏳️‍🌈
    Today a group of armed #Antifa members came to Roanoke, TX to support a drag queen event. The local chapter of the John Brown Gun Club, an #Antifa militia linked to domestic terrorism, led the call to direct action. It is headed by Christopher Guillott & Garrett Lee.
    7:45 AM · Aug 29, 2022·Twitter for iPhone

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  17. Steve trickler says:

    Big screen and loud…or with good headphones.


    Halo // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra & Eimear Noone (LIVE)

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  18. Steve trickler says:


    Thanks so much for the many great reactions, comments and likes on our videos.
    Meet Tuva Semmingsen AKA the Wa Wa Lady and Christine Nonbo Andersen both soloists of The Good, The Bad and The Ugly with Danish National Symphony Orchestra.

    Music by Ennio Morricone
    Performed by Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    The Good, The Bad & The Ugly – Reactions and the singers

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  19. Steve trickler says:



    Anthony Cumia & Gavin McInnes discuss the seemingly unnecessary yet constant appearances of sign language interpreters, especially in political media. But if they’re not needed, why are they there? The word starts with a P.

    Anthony Cumia & Gavin McInnes: Epic Sign Language Rant

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  20. Eyrie says:

    Climate change could bring back wind as the future power source for ocean cargo ships

    The utter uselessness of wind power is shown by the maritime industry’s enthusiastic adoption of steam nearly as soon as it was available even though the early steam engines were primitive and inefficient. Anything to get rid of the damn sails and ropes.
    Sailboats are now used for leisure. Just like you don’t see transport gliders for air and passenger air travel.

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  21. mh says:

    Fed rate hikes won’t bring down inflation as long as government spending stays high, paper says

    Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell proclaimed Friday that the central bank has an “unconditional” responsibility to ease inflation and expressed confidence that it will “get the job done.”

    But a paper released at the same Jackson Hole, Wyoming, summit where Powell spoke suggests policymakers can’t do the job by themselves and actually could make matters worse with aggressive interest rate increases.

    In the current case, inflation is being driven largely by fiscal spending in response to the Covid crisis, and simply raising interest rates won’t be enough to bring it back down, researchers Francesco Bianchi of Johns Hopkins University and Leonardo Melosi of the Chicago Fed wrote in a white paper released Saturday morning.

    “The recent fiscal interventions in response to the Covid pandemic have altered the private sector’s beliefs about the fiscal framework, accelerating the recovery but also determining an increase in fiscal inflation,” the authors said. “This increase in inflation could not have been averted by simply tightening monetary policy.”

    The Fed, then, can bring down inflation “only when public debt can be successfully stabilized by credible future fiscal plans,” they added. The paper suggests that without constraints in fiscal spending, rate hikes will make the cost of debt more expensive and drive inflation expectations higher.…

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  22. Rohan says:

    Eyrie, that goes for windmills being abandoned en mass in the industrial revolution. Stoke a boiler with coal, fill the water reservoir and you had power on tap. A lot of motive power.

    This is a case in point. A wind powered timber mill. Note when the wind picks up at the 5 minute mark, they have to feather the blades so it won’t self destruct.

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  23. johanna johanna says:

    Steve, thanks for your clip at 12.24 about the Danish Symphony’s amazing singers. As well as being mega talented, they both seem like nice people – not always the case with great artists.

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  24. Old bloke says:

    Steve trickler says:
    August 29, 2022 at 7:27 pm


    Thanks Steve. Gold is usually found in quartz so there’s probably a connection if quartz is petrified tree sap.

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  25. Old bloke says:

    Cardimona says:
    August 29, 2022 at 8:17 pm

    I’m here, OB – no extreme weather, just drizzle adding up to about 8mm over the last three days.

    Good to hear Cardi, just keep your boat handy.

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  26. Old bloke says:

    mh says:
    August 29, 2022 at 8:20 pm

    And just like that, winters in Europe are freezing cold again

    Those people are really crazy. Frau Merkel shut down Germany’s coal power generators because of the evil carbon dioxide, then she shut down their nuclear power stations because of Fukushima so Germany became reliant on Russian gas.

    They will have to go back to the pre-Merkel power generation days otherwise they will all freeze and all manufacturing will cease.

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  27. Old bloke says:

    Steve trickler says:
    August 29, 2022 at 9:08 pm

    It is time to cook a magical pasta sauce. Red wine galore.

    Bugger the sauce, just drink the wine.

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  28. Shy Ted says:

    Fat watch.
    Is it better to be plus sized or overweight?
    On the plus size…
    (That’s Lizzo forewarning fabric shortages.)

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  29. Steve trickler says:

    That cheered me up…not. 🤦‍♂️ A potential glimpse of the future?



    More About “The Recycling Man”:
    In a poor and overpopulated, yet lonely suburban neighborhood, Jacob, a boy immobilized in a wheelchair, fights boredom by spying on his neighbors across the courtyard, while his mother, Valery, aggressively tries to convince Maria, her pregnant best friend, to have an abortion. Sarah, a girl of Jacob’s age, spots the spying boy out and says hello with a piece of paper. The new friendship is, however, suddenly interrupted when a menacing garbage man approaches Sarah and attacks her from behind with a screwdriver. Jacob, even though he is stuck in his chair, will try everything to alert his mother. Valery, through Jacob’s binoculars, sees the garbage man killing the little girl, but she tells Jacob that nothing important is happening. It really seems as if Valery doesn’t really care about it and she’s far more interested in Maria, and her baby’s fate. Why does she care so much about whether her friend will abort the pregnancy or not? And has Jacob really witnessed murder with his binoculars, or is he just incapable of seeing the whole picture?

    Sci-Fi Short Film “The Recycling Man” | DUST | Online Premiere

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  30. Steve trickler says:

    Tony Heller:

    Academics and the press have been failing at their predictions for as long as they have been making them. But instead of retraction and mea culpa, they simply double down with their misinformation and propaganda.

    More Than Twice As Fake

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  31. Steve trickler says:

    Stew Peters:

    Weeks after the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago, we are left still questioning the logic behind such an aggressive attack. Everyone has been stuck speculating. George Webb joins the Stew Peters show to hopefully put our questions to rest and reveal what the FBI was really after.

    Mar-A-Lago Raid and Trump’s 9/11; Was Trump Holding Evidence about the Release of SARs 2?

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  32. Steve trickler says:

    If you haven’t seen this, enjoy.

    Warning: What you see can not be unseen.

    Biblical Tree Remains, Garden of the gods and Assyrian

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  33. kaysee kaysee says:

    The Cost of Folly

    The aftermath of lockdown may be deadlier than Covid.

    I’m under no illusions. The same mental gymnastics will pretzel the memories of those who supported in full, and often with maniacal, curtain-twitching relish, the Covid-19 lockdowns.

    During the first two-week lockdown, I suggested the ‘insane’ Swedish approach would likely prove right. The Swedes, a grown-up people, tend to get things on the money. Many usually well-adjusted types accused me of a desire to kill my grandparents—a strange contention—I don’t have any grandparents.

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  34. kaysee kaysee says:

    What happens when sane people unite and protest. In this case, thousands of Orthodox Christians.


    Banner in front of the Pride Info Center in Belgrade:
    “Not in the land of Saint Sava”.


    Thousands of people at the Orthodox procession today in Belgrade

    Parade Postponed/cancelled

    President Aleksandar Vucic on Saturday announced that he had decided, in consultation with the government, that the pride parade would be “postponed or cancelled”.

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  35. kaysee kaysee says:

    More plans from the dictators.

    You’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy.

    You’ll stink and get ill and you’ll be unhappy.

    Your clothes

    WEF posted a new video and launched a campaign, now they are asking people to wash their clothes less,

    Your food

    WEF optimizing your food supply chains…

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  36. Steve trickler says:

    The Pinnacles north of Perth are ancient trees.

    Now you know.

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  37. Delta A says:

    Dawson guilty.

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  38. kaysee kaysee says:

    Don’t have bread? Eat cake instead.

    Details here

    Scientists are experimenting with larva fat to replace butter…..

    Cheese Puffs
    Checks the labels on the food packs you buy.

    Safety issues

    Breads made of powdered crickets

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  39. Cardimona says:

    Last Saturday, the Gold Coast Bulletin became the first daily paper to publish my first principles explanation of the impossibility of CO2-warming.

    Jim Taylor (GCB, 20/8) has recited alarmist greenhouse dogma verbatim, but it’s wrong – which is why alarmist predictions never eventuate.

    We can be sure it’s wrong because in the absence of a testable hypothesis alarmists need accurate predictions. They can’t predict Queensland’s August average temperature in July, much less a global average temperature in several decades’ time.

    Therefore, it’s time we all learned some CO2 physics from first principles. There are five immutable laws of physics that allow people to see the political CO2 scam for what it is.

    Water vapour is the major “greenhouse” gas, and it leaves few gaps in the infrared spectrum for other gases to have any effect at all.

    CO2 mainly absorbs outgoing longwave infrared radiation (heat) as photons at the 14.8 microns wavelength. (Planck’s Law)

    The temperature of absorption at 14.8 microns is -80 degrees Celsius. (Wien’s Displacement Law and Kirchhoff’s Law of Thermal Radiation)

    Minus 80 degrees Celsius is 95 degrees lower than average surface temperature and is found in the lower stratosphere, well above the troposphere where we live.

    Heat doesn’t flow from cold zones to hotter zones. (Second Law of Thermodynamics)

    CO2 cannot “trap heat.” It merely delays outgoing infrared photons for a billionth of a second so high up in the atmosphere it’s irrelevant. It releases them at a less energetic frequency, and they continue on to outer space.

    Atmospheric CO2 is contingent upon seawater temperature. The hotter equatorial water is, the more CO2 it releases. Cold Arctic and Antarctic waters reabsorb it. (Henry’s Law)

    Repeatedly asserting something to be true does not make it true. If it did, all our low-lying coastal towns would have been flooding at each high tide for twelve years now.

    Today I submitted a follow-up piece, so fingers crossed…

    In my letter published on Saturday, August 27, I briefly outlined the immutable laws of physics that make global warming from CO2 impossible.

    With the forbearance of the editor, I would now like to outline the gob-smacking error that lies at the core of the CO2-warming narrative.

    The Earth, as we all know, is a globe that rotates as it orbits the sun. Half of the globe is facing the sun at any time and the other half is facing away. That rotation gives us day and night.

    The sun, as we all know, emits a broad spectrum of radiation, which we mostly experience as heat and light. Summer sunlight can be so hot it feels like it has physical weight.

    So, as we all know, half the globe is heating in the sun during daylight hours while the other half is cooling during the night.

    But that physical reality is absent from the energy balance equations of the alarmists of academia, which includes all the Western world’s universities.

    What they perceive as reality will shock you, particularly when you consider the wealth our politicians have squandered and are continuing to squander on this nonsense.

    The model Earth the alarmists build their energy balance equations on is a flat disc that receives continual sunlight that yields a surface temperature of minus 40 Celsius.

    That’s right, a flat Earth with cold sunlight. The CO2 alarmists are quite literally flat-earthers who appear to have never been outside.

    The LNP, ALP, Greens, and Teals recklessly rushing to “decarbonise” Australia are so inexcusably ignorant that they are following cold-sun flat-earth pseudo-science.

    The consequences for the people of Australia of the established political parties’ policies are catastrophic and are infinitely worse than the mild warming they claim they want to prevent.

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  40. Delta A says:

    Excellent letters, Cardi.

    My only concern is that the average reader, faced with ‘too many big words’, will at best skim the information or ignore it. To paraphrase Mozart: Too many facts!

    But I suspect there will also be readers for whom these facts will be a revelation, contradictory to everything Their ABC et al have been telling them. In any event, it’s great that an Ozzie newspaper is allowing a view opposed to the mainstream.

    A small triumph indeed. Well done.

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  41. Cardimona says:

    Thanks, Delta A.
    In between prepping for what’s coming from the globalists but also for what’s coming from the galactic electromagnetic sheet reversal I’ve been scatter-gunning three regional dailies, three capital city dailies and the Oz.
    Here’s today’s Oz submission…

    The uber-wealthy globalists who meet in Davos share a satanic belief system which requires them to broadcast their plans for us.

    That is why we’re being told we must “Get ready for two pandemics a year”, (30/08).

    They have a depopulation agenda, which is why they had to destroy the Georgia Guidestones on which they had engraved “1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.”

    Wake up, Australia – you are the carbon they want to reduce


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  42. mh says:

    #AnthonyPompliano #Pomp #Bitcoin
    The REAL Reason Interest Rates Can’t Go Up Forever

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  43. mh says:

    A 21-year-old man has died after being stabbed at Notting Hill Carnival.

    Police had to pull the victim out of a huge crowd and provide emergency first aid until paramedics arrived.

    The Metropolitan Police has begun a murder investigation and said hundreds of people were in the immediate vicinity at the time.


    PJW video incoming

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  44. kaysee kaysee says:

    The vaxxing

    Unvaccinated Djokovic
    Locked Out of MODERNA’S U.S. OPEN.

    Dan Bongino
    on the vax being the biggest mistake of his life.
    Vax regret is coming on an unimaginable scale.

    Tassie Funeral Director

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  45. mh says:

    RBA won’t stop until the coffee stops

    The Age

    Rate rises haven’t turned us off our daily coffee

    Interest rate rises have failed to dent demand for morning coffees, lunchtime sandwiches and evening takeaway, boosting chances the Reserve Bank will continue to tighten monetary policy to bring inflation under control.

    Sales through cafes, restaurants and the takeaway sector bounced 1.8 per cent in July to a record $5 billion, up 46 per cent on a year ago, Australian Bureau of Statistics data showed on Monday…

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  46. Steve trickler says:

    Tony Heller:

    More evidence that “climate journalists” don’t understand primary school level science.

    Record Breaking Idiocy

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  47. Steve trickler says:

    He paid $17000 dollars for that clapped out shell…amazin!



    I have very ill intentions with this car…..

    The Worlds Fastest General Lee Can Run From any Cop (1600hp Twin Turbo LS)

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  48. Steve trickler says:

    Reverend Simon Sideways:

    This a case of the left shining on their own to look good to themselves.

    Ukrainian in student accommodation so students sleep in tents

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  49. Steve trickler says:

    Katie Hopkins:


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  50. mh says:

    “He was a good kid. He was a good guy”.

    Notting Hill Carnival: Man stabbed to death was rapper from Bristol

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  51. Steve trickler says:

    I wonder how many kilos he’s lost? Agree or disagree with the bloke but you have to admit his treatment has been a F****** disgrace.

    Aussie Cossack:

    Prison update: Aussie Cossack could be released in 13 days!

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  52. Steve trickler says:

    A bloke walking his dog.


    wolf bark growl:

    Cash 2.0 Great Dane meeting new people in Malibu 17

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  53. mh says:

    John Cooper
    Watch what happens when Peter Doocy asks Karine Jean-Pierre why illegal aliens are released into the country even if they don’t have the COVID vaccine, but Novak Djokovic isn’t allowed in for the U.S. Open:

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  54. Steve trickler says:

    I am starting to question the age of dinosaur fossils. 🤔

    X: You are a wacko!
    Me: I reckon they were interacting with humans.
    X: Preposterous!
    Me: You are thinking about it now. No hiding from it.

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  55. mh says:

    Dr. Drew
    Here we go again.
    @TeamYouTube put another strike on my channel because I showed an unedited pic of my spontaneous raccoon eye after my J&J vaccine. I even said “the CDC states COVID-19 vaccines are safe & effective.” Are medical doctors not allowed to discuss medicine anymore?

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  56. mh says:

    Mikhail Gorbachev, brown bread.

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  57. Steve trickler says:


    How confusing is the rainbow spectrum? Canada – the gayest country in North America – can’t even settle on what to call gays. We dive into the latest acronym atrocties. There’s also an FBI agent who “resigned” and it may have to do with Hunter Biden. And did Joe Rogan and Aaron Rodgers tell everyone to vote Republican? #FBI #JoeRogan #aaronrodgers


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  58. Steve trickler says:

    Joel Jammal:

    🚨 Vote for Pedro 😂

    And Satan took Pedro to a high mountain and showed him all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor. “All this I will give you,” he said, “if you will get the jab.”

    Pedro said to him, “oh hell no. Away from me, Satan!” Pedro‬ ‭4:8-10‬ ‭NIV‬‬

    Pedro destroys Kyle & Jackie O show 😳 “oh hell no… I’m sticking to my guns” | KISS RADIO

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  59. Shy Ted says:

    My sister lived in Notting Hill in the late 70s. Jamaican immigrants were being arrested left, right and centre for mugging and the like. I went to stay for a weekend, it being very trendy, and was astonished to see these big blackfellas stop us and ask for 50p, which my sis dutifully handed over. “They’ll just take it if I say no,” she opined. Seems she handed over about $1.50 (how do I do a pound sign?) every time she went out. Staunch leftist to this day. Haven’t spoken to her in years because you can’t.
    Well done, Cardi. I was astonished at the last fed election how the Southport Lib candidate romped it in. People in my circle had swallowed all the various hoaxes. The only thing she was notable for in my time there was talking about the wrong bill in parliament.

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  60. Steve trickler says:

    Stew Peters and Maria Zeee:

    The government of Australia is forcing every device to be plugged into a central database, for tracking and, if necessary, deactivation. It’s an integral part of the push for global digital ID, with governments and private companies tracking everything you do. 1984 is upon us!

    Threat to Humanity: “Internet of Things” WILL Deactivate YOU! Database for Eliminating EXPOSED

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  61. Steve trickler says:

    Potholer ( ex BBC filth ) tried to take Tony on and got his arse kicked. It helps explain why this channel is shadow banned.

    Tony Heller:

    “Under my plan … electricity prices will necessarily skyrocket”
    – Barack Obama 2008

    Obama’s Energy Dream Comes True

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  62. kaysee kaysee says:

    Europe’s Twilight: Christianity Declines, Islam Rises

    French writer André Malraux said it: “A civilization is everything that gathers around a religion”. And when one religion declines, another takes its place.

    “In forty years, France has become the Western European nation where the population of Muslim origin is the most important,” wrote Vatican Radio. “It is not difficult to hypothesize that we are now close to Islam overtaking Catholicism.” What if the overtaking has already taken place?

    “France is no longer a Catholic country”, writes Frederic Lenoir, editor of the magazine Le Monde des Religions. Le Figaro wondered if Islam can already be considered “the first religion in France.”

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  63. Steve trickler says:

    DR Koncerthuset:

    Flying Theme (From E.T.)
    Composed by John Williams
    Performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra
    Conducted by Ludwig Wicki.

    This performance was a part of the film music concert Hollywood Gala broadcasted on The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR)

    Light design: Jonas Bøgh
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Sound producers: Lars C Bruun & Ossian Ryner
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Christian Baltzer

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset

    All rights reserved DR 2022

    E. T. – Flying Theme// Danish National Symphony Orchestra (live)

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  64. kaysee kaysee says:

    Build Back Better

    If you regularly visit this blog, you’ve heard all this before. But it is good that so many Conservative voices are picking it up and repeating it to their followers. So it gets spread to a wider audience.

    Calvin Robinson

    Build Back Better… for whom?!

    Neil Oliver

    The PM of Great Britain, President of the US,PM of Canada, President of France—are all delivering the same script—Build Back Better,New World Order,Window of Opportunity,Great Reset. It’s as though they think we don’t see them…Even Prince Charles is in on the act.

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  65. kaysee kaysee says:

    The alphabetxyz is contracting. Trannies and Lezzies are at war.

    Less of Pride

    Police instructing actual lesbians to leave a Pride march because Trans extremists made a fuss about their presence. I guess we should at least be grateful they weren’t dancing the Macarena when giving the order. (PS. Still think Pride isn’t political?)

    ‘Erasing the L’:
    Woke Cops Remove Trans-Critical Lesbians From LGBTQ+ Pride Parade

    The footage has since sparked controversy, with GB News host Andrew Doyle, who is gay, saying: “The police removing lesbians from a pride parade. The pride movement no longer supports gay people.”

    Tennis legend and open lesbian, Martina Navratilova added: “This shows just how ridiculous and sideways things are going in our LGBT community. Erasing the L… Wow… misogyny is alive and well.”

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  66. kaysee kaysee says:

    Climate Change



    (And additions to The Mock.)

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  67. Climate change is the religion of people that think they’re too smart for religion.

    Seems to be borne out by experience.

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  68. Steve trickler says:

    Tony Heller:

    A short tutorial discussing new climate analysis tools at

    New Climate Tools

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  69. Steve trickler says:

    Keep in mind she has been banned from Australia. Beetroot played his part.


    Katie Hopkins:

    Heat banks? Re-educating people to give up independent life. Dependency is beguilingly easy

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  70. mh says:

    How This Year’s Notting Hill Carnival Turned DEADLY

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  71. mh says:

    Mark Steyn criticises police presence at the Notting Hill Carnival this weekend


    This vid is mostly about bankrupt Britain, Boris, and net zero.

    Steyn also sings halfway through. Unfortunately.

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  72. Shy Ted says:

    This shows just how ridiculous and sideways things are going in our LGBT community. Erasing the L…

    Time for a song

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  73. kaysee kaysee says:

    I don’t know whether it is more concerning that this bloke is the PM of Australia or whether the media are so under his spell.

    There are serious problems that the residents of this country are facing and this is news? Are they so far removed from reality? A holiday before the first 100 days in the highest office in the land?

    As one of the commenters says:

    I have held senior executive positions and I have reported to public company boards, but I would never have dared to go on leave in the first year of service, let alone three months after being appointed.

    And the bloke dares to criticise PM Morrison for going on a family holiday a year after being appointed to the position…

    Anthony Albanese describes week off in Broome

    Anthony Albanese and his partner Jodie Haydon went kayaking, attended an art exhibition and dined at a lavish restaurant during the Prime Minister’s first holiday since winning the top job back in May.

    Anthony Albanese has recalled his “fantastic” holiday to Western Australia with partner Jodie Haydon – and his security detail.

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  74. kaysee kaysee says:

    The New World Order


    Hungry Italians at the food bank to collect bread and milk in the economic capital of Italy. Milan, 27 August. This is Mario Draghi’s Italy.


    You’re not looking at a slum in India. This is Macron’s Paris.


    Hungry people are on the hunt for politicians

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