Open Thread – Tuesday 14 September 2021

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  1. cohenite says:

    No chance. The Fool blew $3Bn on his iCare stuff up without batting an eyelid. NSW is in big trouble with him as Premier

    I’m beginning to think you’re full of shit. iCare replaced Workcover, a product of the fucking liars which had wracked up debts of over $4 billion. I used to practice in Comp law and what a racket at the taxpayers expense.


    And what is Pett’s fault? Apparently iCare underpaid some workers $80 million; who said so: the abc and fucking fuckfacts. You must be joking.

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  2. mh says:

    Then I shall proverbially strangle IT in due course.


    Tickler, piss or get off the pot.

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  3. mh says:

    “Pilot Program”
    Australia Launches Orwellian Photo Check-In Process for Home Quarantine

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  4. Steve trickler says:

    On neither, mh. Especially the latter. That shit is not for me.

    Just have zero tolerance for those refusing to acknowledge that the players in this scam, do not have and have never had our health or well being at the forefront when it comes to their tyrannical actions we now see in play. That pertains directly to these so called “vaccines” and lockdowns.

    Any dismissal of it borders on insanity.

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  5. Steve trickler says:

    Not sure of the original date when this was recorded? Looks like a few days back judging by the clips on other platforms.

    Reiner Fuellmich interviews Funeral Director John O’Looney

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  6. mh says:

    It’s actually worse than the title.
    What a country.
    Bunnings Karen calls Crimestoppers! (Full version)

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  7. Steve trickler says:

    Some of the stories coming from that funeral director are harrowing.

    Horrible to listen to.

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  8. mh says:

    The mass hysteria continues:

    ‘A woman in South Australia who tested positive to COVID-19 after returning from a trip to Victoria is believed to have been the victim of a targeted attack, with local police investigating a suspicious car fire.

    Emergency services responded to reports of a car fire at Sandalwood Crescent, Mount Gambier, just before 10pm on Tuesday…’

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  9. mh says:

    LGBT Movement is Now Called ‘2SLGBTQQIA+’

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  10. Steve trickler says:

    That clip with Reiner Fuellmich @9:33 pm is compelling viewing.

    It will not put a smile on your face. Massive respect to the funeral director. He seems to be a very honest chap with good intent. An occupation that must have a huge emotional impact on the soul in many ways when it comes to dealing with death.

    A special breed indeed carrying out that task.



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  11. mh says:

    The Untold Story Of Alex Jones | Ep 193

    Premiered Oct 2, 2021

    Slightly Offens*ve

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  12. mh says:

    Not sure why Biden’s controllers do this:

    Aldous Huxley’s Ghost™

    When you’re running the country from a movie set, but don’t hire people with enough production talent to make the propaganda believable.

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  13. Gotta respect a queen that can double de-clutch.

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  14. mh says:

    “The Swedish Public Health Agency has decided to suspend the use of Moderna’s vaccine Spikevax, for everyone born 1991 and later, for precautionary reasons,” it said in a statement.

    “The cause is signals of an increased risk of side effects such as myocarditis and pericarditis. However, the risk of being affected is very small.”


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  15. mh says:

    Good morning Victoria:

    ‘Victoria’s daily coronavirus numbers are in.

    The state has recorded 1638 new, locally acquired cases of COVID-19 and two deaths. It’s the country’s second-highest daily tally on record.’


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  16. mh says:

    Pfizer or AstraZeneca?

    ‘Treasurer Matt Kean became a player in a life-and-death drama on Tuesday when he delivered CPR to a man who had suffered a heart attack in Sydney’s CBD.’

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  17. Shy Ted says:

    You beat me to the Biden White House Play School set, mh. There are lots and lots of similar videos showing how faked they are – speeches in the Rose Garden on a lovely sunny day, citizen journo live streams and it’s pouring with rain. Lots of stuff on conspiracy sites about Trump still being in charge and how the characters in the vid are either actors or the real people who have been charged with treason and similar and opted for following a script rather than the death penalty. I’m still undecided but so much of what we see is these elites publicly humiliating themselves.

    Anyway, I beat you to my new world order plan for how pollies and journos go to work every day. 

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  18. Shy Ted says:

    Dunno but a solar powered defibrillator. Lucky it wasn’t at night. Last time I did my mandatory training they were still saying CPR stil had an extremely low success rate. But the heart attack thing reminded me of something I must do later today  

    Which lucky business has pissed me off most recently?

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  19. Shy Ted says:

    Jimbob leaves a lot to be desired as an artist but it’s the meaning behind the cartoon that makes it.   

    Had an insufferable 2 hours amongst the vaxxed yesterday, socializing. They’re worse in packs.

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  20. cohenite says:

    Lame pics v lame PM:
    Boris Johnson’s renewables fantasies are a national security problem

    Date: 06/10/21

    Dr John Constable, GWPF Energy Editor

    There is a clear danger that the growing reliance on interconnection to support windpower will expose the UK to political blackmail of the kind currently seen in the French government’s threats to disconnect electricity to the UK.
    Boris Johnson’s renewables fantasies are a national security problem (

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  21. mh says:

    It does make me wonder if someone is sitting in the Oval Office.


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  22. candy says:

    Had an insufferable 2 hours amongst the vaxxed yesterday, socializing. They’re worse in packs.


    Do they use hand sanitiser and keep their distance Shy Ted?

    I’ve been wondering if a reason for the spread of Delta could be that the vaxxed have been told they are invincible, and so forego/discount  the normal cleanliness and distance regimen, and so if they do get  a bit of COVID from someone, they are spreading it to the unvaxxed and vaxxed alike.

    You don’t see folk using the hand sanitiser as near as much as in the beginning going into shops and so on, and yet disinfecting and a little personal space are so important.

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  23. cohenite says:

    The fbi is out of control: chasing parents who complain about teacher filth, now cops who support Trump:

    FBI Raids NY City Police Union Headquarters – After Union Openly Backed President Trump for the First Endorsement in its History (


    All this while keeping the Jan 6 visitors in jail despite their own finding that no insurrection occurred or Trump was involved. But no antifa or BLM arseholes are arrested though. I hope the US explodes and these left mongrels are dealt with.

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  24. candy says:

    I hope the US explodes and these left mongrels are dealt with


    It is certainly hard to attempt any understanding thoughts of the US Dems and the FBI’s actions, that’s for sure.

    I don’t know why PM Morrison is dealing with that regime.  They’re a bad lot.  I don’t know how he can bear to stand next to the old perve Biden and pretend to like Pelosi.

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  25. mh says:

    Perrottet’s roadmap includes the bolded section reading, ‘All roadmap freedoms at 70 and 80 per cent will continue to be for fully vaccinated people only’.


    Different puppet, same puppet-master.

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  26. cohenite says:

    Euro-trash; the left of the world are intent on destroying it:

    “The European Parliament… has enraged many Arabs by calling for boycotting Expo 2020 Dubai…

    The timing of the resolution is problematic. It implies that the European Parliament is seeking to punish the UAE for signing a peace treaty with Israel. The resolution coincided with the first anniversary of the signing of the Abraham Accords, the term used to refer to peace agreements between Israel and the UAE and Bahrain.
    By singling out the UAE, the European Parliament has chosen to side with the enemies of peace, cooperation and normalization between Israelis and Arabs.
    Worse, the European Parliament saw no reason to call out Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad for their daily human rights violations against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
    Resolutions such as the one taken by the European Parliament are the kind that give the enemies of peace in the Middle East — evidently now including the European Parliament — ammunition to keep fighting to achieve their goal of destroying Israel.”
    Why Arabs Are Annoyed With the Europeans :: Gatestone Institute

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  27. Bons says:

    Did anyone see Blubber Johnson’s floozie, Carrie, giving a speech at the Conservative Conference.  Her subject – the Party’s great strides on behalf of poofs and associated other freaks irrelevant to the Conservatives.

    Surely within that huge majority there are enough genuine conservatives to unseat the idiot and save the Party.

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  28. mh says:


    Italy is forcing all workers to have a covid passport on October 15. Victoria in Australia will require all workers on the authorized workers list to be vaccinated October 15. Los Angeles has a mandate coming into effect on October 15. What’s going on?

    3:29 AM · Oct 6, 2021

    Maybe Klaus has lucky numbers he likes to use.

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  29. Old bloke says:

    Steve trickler says:
    October 6, 2021 at 10:30 pm

    That clip with Reiner Fuellmich @9:33 pm is compelling viewing.


    That link doesn’t work Steve.

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  30. Steve trickler says:

    Old bloke says:
    October 7, 2021 at 11:03 am

    Steve trickler says:
    October 6, 2021 at 10:30 pm

    That clip with Reiner Fuellmich @9:33 pm is compelling viewing.


    That link doesn’t work Steve.


    G’day. Try this.

    Reiner Fuellmich interviews Funeral Director John O’Looney 740

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  31. Top Ender says:

    The Mocker in the Oz in good form:

    …you might remember that just under a year ago the periodical Quarterly Essay published a piece titled ‘The High Road: What Australia Can Learn From New Zealand’. The author was ABC 7.30’s chief political correspondent Laura Tingle, who was most impressed by our neighbour’s handling of the pandemic, particularly Ardern’s insistence on applying the elimination model.

    “From Australia, we watched in shock, scepticism or admiration,” wrote Tingle. “Our political leaders were wrestling with the same issues, but prevaricating by Ardern’s standards … Our path was more gradual and the messages more mixed, to say the least. In Australia we were trying to have the best of both worlds: to limit the impact of the virus, but also to limit its economic impact by minimising the shutdown … New Zealand’s response to the coronavirus is just the latest reason Australians have sometimes looked wistfully, or at least with interest, across the Tasman.”

    The elimination model is no more, Ardern having quietly announced this week her government has abandoned that policy. The country has 350 active cases, having recorded 39 new community transmission cases yesterday. Auckland has been in lockdown since mid-August. “With this outbreak, and Delta, the return to zero is incredibly difficult,” Ardern said. It was, wrote Jack Tame, the host of New Zealand’s Q + A program, “a frustrating and confusing watch for anyone trying to understand the Government’s true position on the state of the Delta outbreak and its strategy from this point forth”.

    As Britain’s Telegraph noted this week, Ardern’s failure to ensure Kiwis were vaccinated in sufficient numbers could mean New Zealand is faced with “a delayed health disaster”. Currently only 49 per cent of the eligible population is fully vaccinated compared to 58.4 per cent of Australians aged 16 and above.

    Contrast Ardern’s demeanour with that she displayed on August 17 when she announced a national three-day lockdown regarding a single Delta case in Auckland. Asked by a journalist what her message was to those questioning the restrictions, Ardern pointed west theatrically. “Australia,” she said. “We’ve seen the dire consequences of taking too long to act in other countries, not least our neighbours. We want to be short and sharp rather than light and long. We’ve seen what happened in Sydney. We don’t want that experience here.” And for good measure: “Our case has originated in Australia”.

    That was to be expected from Ardern, an artful deflector of difficult questions and this country’s leading foreign fault-finder. This hectoring and blaming of Australia are tedious but crudely effective tactics. For example, in a column for Sydney Morning Herald on Monday, Henry Cooke, New Zealand’s chief political correspondent for the media outlet Stuff wrote that “Kiwis bear a grudge towards Australia, the source of our outbreak”.

    That is an interesting take, especially given Auckland’s patient zero is a Kiwi. He flew from Sydney on August 7 as part of the managed “red zone” flights that New Zealand’s Covid Response Minister, Chris Hipkins, announced on July 9 for Kiwis wanting to return from New South Wales. To facilitate this, the New Zealand government dropped pre-departure Covid testing, instead directing travellers into managed isolation on their return. The patient concerned was tested on August 8 in Auckland, and the following day after registering positive was moved to Jet Park, the country’s main quarantine facility. By then he had already passed the virus on to a family in an adjacent room at the Auckland Crowne Plaza. All of this is Australia’s fault, you see.

    So what were Ardern’s priorities when this was happening? Well, a week before this positive test, she was addressing Pacific dignitaries at an Auckland ceremony, where she formally apologised for the “racist” dawn raids of the 1970s in which overstayers were arrested and deported – events that took place nearly 50 years ago, almost 10 years before Ardern was born.

    As the ABC reported: “Ms Arden also took part in a traditional Samoan ritual known as an ifoga, in which the subject seeks forgiveness by exposing themselves to a kind of public humiliation. Members of the Pacific Island community pulled a large white mat over Ms Ardern’s head that completely covered her.”

    No doubt at Monday’s press conference she was desperately wishing they would do the same.


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  32. Steve trickler says:

    That link to BNT looks to be borked.

    Via Bitchute.

    <<John was suspended from Society of Allied and Independent Funeral Directors (SAIF) for revealing the truth..This typifies what this country has become – John O’Looney.
    John O’Looney recounts for the record what he experienced as an undertaker in England during the ‘pandemic’.>>


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  33. Tom Atkinson says:

    G’day. Try this.

    Reiner Fuellmich interviews Funeral Director John O’Looney 740

    Still no good Steve.  I have searched BrandNewTube and also Rumble but can’t find it.

    Would very much have liked to watch that interview!

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  34. cohenite says:

    Joe had a dream:

    Biden Says He and Xi Jinping ‘Agree to Abide by Taiwan Agreement’ (


    Sure, the chunks will abide the agreement; just like they did with Hong Kong. Biden is so stupid he makes a goldfish look smart.

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  35. Steve trickler says:

    Tom Atkinson says:
    October 7, 2021 at 12:32 pm


    Bitchute link posted above @12:17 pm.

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  36. FlyingPigs says:

    Steve trickler

    There is also an earlier Bitchute interview I put up at

    The bloke that put it up on his Bitchute seems interesting…….


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  37. cohenite says:

    Fucking renewables will cost Australia over 600,000 jobs, mainly in country seats:

    Net Zero Hits Regional Workers Three Times As Hard: IPA Report

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  38. Axl Rosé says:

    Fucking renewables will cost Australia over 600,000 jobs, mainly in country seats:


    Herding people into the cities.

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  39. Ragu says:


    《Herding people into the cities.》


    The new economy is Australians selling to each other coffee or insurance.


    Slow day around here. How is everyone going?



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  40. incoherent rambler says:

    How is everyone going?


    Hey, it is an arse scratching day.

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  41. calli says:

    Slow day around here. How is everyone going?

    A bit over it all, Ragu.  And trying to make sense of what a new Premier might mean in NSW.

    I hope all is well with you and your family.  There are worse places to be than Tassie, and I can’t complain about here either.  Except for the muzzling and restrictions and general miasma of b/s.

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  42. FlyingPigs says:

    How is everyone going?

    just waiting for my train tickets and bed allocation for 1 of the Australian gulags under construction.

    I’m excited!

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  43. cohenite says:

    I’m stuffed; my wife is putting in a new kitchen and decided the floor and air-cons needed replacing as well.

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  44. Ragu Ragu says:



    《arse scratching day》

    Sounds appropriate for the current state of this country. I thought about picking up the dog turds, but have put it off for another day. Did some study instead.

    Family is well, Calli. Wife’s truckie guts is ready to burst, but the tenant doesn’t seem ready to come out just yet.



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  45. cohenite says:

    Another cop charged with shooting a harmless 3rd nations person innocently going about their business with sharp knives in their hands.

    The moment an Aboriginal woman was shot dead shown in WA police officer’s murder trial at WA’s Supreme Court – ABC News

    Great reporting by the fucking abc.


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  46. Ragu Ragu says:

    Hey! Got past the red screen.


    How’s your family, Calli?


    Tassie seems to be a safe haven for now, but can’t travel out of the state without difficulty/discrimination to visit family.

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  47. calli says:

    Hang in there, Ragu.  And get plenty of sleep while you can.  🙂

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  48. calli says:

    How’s your family, Calli?

    Coping.  Some better than others.  I’m glad you’ve got a distraction on the way.  Well done.

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  49. cohenite says:

    So, no lame pics then.

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