Open Thread – Tuesday 14 September 2021

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  1. Steve trickler says:

    This will strike a chord with some or be flicked away like dandruff on the shoulders with others. Each to their own.

    Cool clip in my book. 👌

    So In Love With You. Duke

     


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  2. mh says:

    I don’t miss anything from the old Cat.

    Only Cohenite reminds me of the old Cat due to his effeminate gravatar reminding me of Lizzie’s old gravatar.


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  3. candy says:

    Barnaby Joyce condemns the protestors at the Shrine of Remembrance and supports the mandatory vaccines for workers, but not for his lot, the politicians.

    Having a bob each way. Astounding hypocrisy.

    He and his wife are social climbers, clinging to the Deputy PM and deputy PMs wife roles.    Say anything, support any policy that will enhance their positions and keep their  high positions in Australian life.  I think one needs to be circumspect with anything they may endorse or support.

     

     

     

     

     


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  4. mh says:

    Breaking point for big four hospitals
    The four largest hospitals in northern Queensland issued ‘code yellow’ alarms on Tuesday, asking ambulances to divert as their beds neared capacity.
    ***

    The Qld government says there is no covid, so what is filling up the hospitals?

    Vaccine injuries?


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  5. Steve trickler says:

    Taking a break from the gloom.

    Posted on the retired CAT a while ago. Good fun.

    Enjoy the show. 😎

    Yello – The Race (Live In Berlin / 2016)

     


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  6. cohenite says:

    Jim Molan states the obvious: that the chunks will soon own Taiwan, then the Pacific and little ole Australia within 5-10 years. Australia will only be able to sell iron ore and coal to the slanty bastards for about 2 more years before the russian supplies take over.

    No worries, sleepy joe has their measure.


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  7. mh says:

    Good vaccine you have there…

    ‘Hair and makeup artist Marc Pilcher died of COVID-19 on Sunday at the age of 53. He was double vaccinated and had no underlying health conditions, according to his agency Curtis Brown.

    “It is with the deepest of hearts we confirm that Marc Elliot Pilcher, Academy Award Nominee and Emmy Award winning hair and makeup designer/stylist, passed away after a battle with Covid-19 on Sunday 3rd October 2021,” his family told Variety in a statement via Curtis Brown.

    Pilcher recently scored the Creative Emmy for Outstanding Period And/Or Character Hairstyling on Sept. 11 for his work on Netflix’s “Bridgerton.”

    The designer had tested negative on several COVID-19 tests in order to make the trip to the ceremony; however, shortly after his return home, he fell sick…’


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  8. Grigory M says:

    weedy

    = = = =

    Ah – those were the days. Harvesting Australia’s best from the drain in the park at Wallsend – and using it to catch big niggers (luderick, if you prefer) off the rocks at Newcastle.


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  9. Rae says:

    I see the blog is yet to realise the benefits of Daylight Saving.


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  10. Eyrie says:

    “The Qld government says there is no covid, so what is filling up the hospitals?

    Vaccine injuries?”

     

    Quiet likely.


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  11. Ragu Ragu says:

    Mh

     

    《The Qld government says there is no covid, so what is filling up the hospitals?

    Vaccine injuries?》

     

    No doubt, at all.

    In some respects, I’m over this covid mania. On the other it’s like a slow motion train wreck.

     

     

     


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  12. Knuckle Dragger says:

    ‘Hair and makeup artist Marc Pilcher died of COVID-19 on Sunday at the age of 53.’

    Of AIDS.

    ‘He was double vaccinated and had no underlying health conditions’

    Except for AIDS.

    ‘however, shortly after his return home, he fell sick…’

    With AIDS.


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  13. mh says:

    KD, check out VicPol:

    Grocery shoppers under attack in suburban Melbourne, Australia
    https://rumble.com/vna7jj-grocery-shoppers-under-attack-in-suburban-melbourne-australia.html

     


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  14. Steve trickler says:

    [ Scroll alert] It is trance music.

    That stage lighting is mintox. Great memories associated with this tune. Mid nineties, though this has been remixed. What date, I am not sure.

    Paul van Dyk – Nothing But You vs For An Angel LIVE at Transmission

     

     

     

     

     


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  15. Axl Rosé says:

    Ross River virus?


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  16. mh says:

    Courier Mail journalist knocks on Editor’s door:

    “Boss, all the North Queensland hospitals are at full capacity and cannot take any more patients. They are turning people away. I want to investigate, just so that we can rule out any possible links to the covid vaccines.”

    Editor:

    “Turn around, walk out and shut the door behind you, and I will pretend I never heard that.”


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  17. Steve trickler says:

    [Scroll alert continues ]

    Good luck hosting an event such as this in OZ today. No f*cking chance!

    “Don’t hide your inner feelings behind a mask”…cheeky 😊

    PAUL VAN DYK ▼ TRANSMISSION PRAGUE 2021: Behind The Mask [FULL 4K SET]

     


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  18. mh says:

    Sensible young man

    Video
    Enlarge player →

    Orlando Magic’s Jonathan Isaac pushes back on NBA vaccine policy
    Oct. 05, 2021 – 6:47 – Professional basketball player joins ‘Fox News @ Night’ to discuss the increased pressure for NBA players to get vaccinated



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  19. Steve trickler says:

    Bloomin heck!

    That Prague Transmission 2021 gig is off the charts! Time for another glass of wine. I haven’t spotted a mask yet. Good to see a minimal amount of people watching it on their phones. Some of the imagery used is a bit disconcerting, but hey, so be it. The Egyptian imagery looks fantastic. A few people in the older demographic are in the crowd, too. Good to see.

    Wish I was there to see and hear it live.

     


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  20. mh says:

    Ashes is ‘doomed’ due to Australia’s ‘authoritarian’ behaviour: Farage
    Brexit leader Nigel Farage says the Ashes cricket series is “doomed” because of how “authoritarian” Australia has become amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Mr Farage said although there are “major sporting events taking place” around the world, the English cricket team has expressed concerns about the harsh requirements in place for Australian sporting events. “Teams are flying around the world; some normality has returned to the world – apart from Australia,” he told Sky News host Rita Panahi. “If I was a professional cricketer, I wouldn’t go near Australia right now. “I think what you’ll see is most of our senior players will say to hell with it, we’re just not gonna go.”


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  21. Steve trickler says:

    I see a Big Pharma apologist and defender at Dover’s. Disgusting. Bill gates would be proud. The head is so buried up his a*se, I wonder how he takes a piss at night without bouncing into walls and tripping up over himself with the inevitable call to wifey to come pick him up off the floor before he even comes close to making it to the dunny. A bit hard to see where you going when faced with the innards of the colon.

    Geez. Perhaps an imposter?

     

     

     

     


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  22. FlyingPigs says:

    @Steve tickler

    check this
    DIVINYLS – Pleasure & Pain (1985) HD
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5boYiMktOvs


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  23. Steve trickler says:

    Good stuff THG. I remember this bloke at around 12k subs from memory?

    All the best to him. Was not impressed when sussietube caused him grief pertaining to the Cowra break out clip he did. Some dropkick complained. He was genuinely perplexed at the time, as was many. Congrats to his wife, too. She is a fine researcher.

    History is not always pleasant, but Susan still found cause to screw him over because…feelings. No cash generated from that clip and it signified the rot that started to set in what we know as sussietube today.

    Thanks a Million!

     


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  24. Steve trickler says:

    A classic, FP.

    Unfortunately, I was bombarded with it on the repetitive FM stations for years. A lot of good songs I have avoided because of that. Happy to say it was good listening to it again.

    Cheers.

     


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  25. mh says:

    ‘Meanwhile JC was also drilling cohenite’
    ***

    Those two boys!


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  26. Steve trickler says:

    You are welcome, Srr.

    It is good to see separate blogs existing. Not happy with the put downs though coming from some. I’ll leave it at that.

    Bigger things to worry about.

     

     

     

     


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  27. Steve trickler says:

    I love her ( musically speaking ) to bits. Tough gig to perform without making a mistake. The entire crew are on the ball.😊

    Sleep well, all.

    Music once posted on the retired CAT. Have a look.

    Ennio Morricone – Gabriel’s Oboe from The Mission Maja Łagowska – oboe conducted by Andrzej Kucybała

     


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  28. mh says:

    ‘Just 15,000 people attended the running of Europe’s richest horse race in Paris, 27,000 fewer than in 2019. It’s all the proof needed that if vaccine passports and travel restrictions are the new normal, big events are doomed.

    It may be Europe’s richest flat race, but in 2021 you needed to clear quite a few hurdles to get into ParisLongchamp Racecourse to watch the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.’

    ***

    Fittingly, a German horse won the Arc.



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  29. Entropy says:

    Queensland hospitals are ramping and diverting because the relentless expansion of QH  over the last five years has been focussed on corporate reporting and public health policies, not on actual service delivery or hospital services. Clipboards not bedpans.

    And before then there was the Bligh Government decision to scale back plans for more hospitals and centralise in inner Brisbane, as hey, in our Glorious Peoples’ Utopian future people will be able to be treated from home and we won’t need those stinking expensive hospitals, so we can spend money on other stuff.

    There are not enough people in Qld being vaccinated anyway for the barely measurable and minuscule number of complications to make a measurable dint in QH’s myriad problems.


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  30. Eyrie says:

    “There are not enough people in Qld being vaccinated anyway for the barely measurable and minuscule number of complications to make a measurable dint in QH’s myriad problems.”

     

    You know this, how?


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  31. jo says:

    Been in gaol Entrop, haven’t heard from you for a long time. Didn’t Newman dump a whole lot of pen pushers from health? Only to be replaced with more union fee paying parasites by aenasthesia pony.


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  32. mh says:

    Epoch Times

    Vermont, the state with the highest vaccination ratein the United States, is experiencing a virus surge at levels not seen since the pandemic’s peak last winter.

    The number of cases in Vermont is at a record level, hospitalizations are close to the records made last winter, and the state recorded the deadliest day and the second deadliest month of the pandemic in September.

    “I think it’s clearly frustrating for all of us,” said Michael Pieciak, commissioner of the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation who monitors virus statistics for the state.

    More than 69 percent of Vermont’s population has been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Sept. 24, according to the CDC, far above the national rate of 56 percent.

    The state recorded the highest rate of hospitalizations per 100,000 residents on Sept. 30, breaching a record set on Jan. 31, 2020. Eight people reportedly died of the virus in Vermont on Sept. 13, the highest total recorded in the state so far.

    In late August, four of ten cases of COVID-19 in Vermont were among vaccinated people, according to a letter signed by 90 employees of the Vermont Health Department, including state Epidemiologist Patsy Kelso.

    Gov. Phil Scott, a Republican, lifted the state of emergency in Vermont in June when 80 percent of the population had received at least one shot of the vaccine. He has since indicated he’s wary of reimposing the state of emergency.

    “We can’t be in a perpetual state of emergency,” Scott said this week.

    The four states that follow Vermont in terms of the highest vaccination rates in the nation are also experiencing alarming signs.

    The head of UMass Memorial Health, the largest health system in central Massachusetts, said recently that regional hospitals were seeing nearly 20 times more COVID-19 patients than in June, and there isn’t an ICU bed to spare. Massachusetts has the fifth-highest vaccination rate in the nation.

    In Connecticut, the second-most-vaccinated state, the legislature recently extended the governor’s emergency powers to make it easier to cope with the latest wave of the pandemic.

    On Sept. 22, Maine, the third-most-vaccinated U.S. state, had nearly 90 people in intensive care units, a pandemic peak for the state…


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  33. Shy Ted says:

    It’s not only kaysee who can post cute things. She’ll never beat this


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  34. Shy Ted says:

    And reality  

    Least that’s how I remember it.

    This is the best Cat.


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  35. mh says:

    No Covid but we’re full: Qld hospitals can take no more
    Four largest hospitals in north Queensland issue ‘code yellow’ alarms, asking ambulances to divert as beds near capacity.

    ***

    Just happens to occur immediately after an unprecedented government and media campaign to get everyone to take an experimental vaccine. Funny that.


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  36. mh says:

    Smirking Skaf: Gang rapist released from Sydney jail
    Designer clothed clad smirking rapist Mohammed Skaf has been released to restrictive freedom from Sydney’s Long Bay jail after 21 years behind bars.


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  37. Ragu says:

    Mh

     

    Hendra in the home made rum? People of FNQ, please dab some Milton on your frogs before licking them….

     

    By LYDIA LYNCH9:10AM OCTOBER 6, 2021

    The four largest hospitals in northern Queensland issued “code yellow’’ alarms on Tuesday, asking ambulances to divert as their beds neared capacity – a situation described by emer­gency doctors as “unprecedented’’.

    Amid a funding row between Annastacia Palaszczuk and Scott Morrison on Tuesday, hospitals in Townsville, Cairns, Mackay and Mount Isa sounded separate “code yellow” capacity alarms.

    Australian College for Emergency Medicine president John Bonning said the declaration of four code yellows in one day was “unprecedented”. The Queensland Premier last week warned she may not open her state’s borders even when vaccination coverage reached 80 per cent, demanding more federal money for the health system.

    But the Prime Minister has described the demand as “shakedown politics” and said the commonwealth had given states and territories significant funding.

    “NSW is getting on with it, Victoria is getting on with it, so Queensland needs to get on with it,” Mr Morrison said.

    According to data obtained by The Australian, however, major Queensland hospitals are already at capacity despite the low number of Covid-19 cases.

    Cairns Hospital, which has 668 beds, including 16 in its intensive care unit, was at 94 per cent capacity when it declared a code yellow on Tuesday

    In Townsville, chief medical officer Niall Small does not expect to lift the emergency declaration at the city’s 742-bed hospital until Wednesday night.

    Every one of Mount Isa’s 64 beds was being used on Tuesday night, including five in the ICU. Capacity also hit 100 per cent at Mackay Base Hospital, which has 243 beds, nine of which are in intensive care or high-dependency units.

    Dr Bonning said hospitals in Queensland were in “crisis’’.

     

    Annastacia Palaszczuk’s healthcare demand a ‘desperate attempt’

    “EDs are full, wards are full, ambulances are ramped and there are not enough staff,” he told The Australian. “Our members have told us there have been deaths in waiting rooms in Queensland. Patients have died as a result of delay in care.

    “Imagine if this was NSW or Victoria and you had Covid in the community, well, it is not too far away, given (the virus) is quite endemic in NSW and Victoria it is coming to Queensland soon.”

    Kim Hansen, an emergency physician who chairs the Australian Medical Association’s ramping roundtable, said code yellows across north Queensland would cause a “gridlock” because patients were routinely transferred across the four hospitals.

    “I would feel worried if there was a Covid outbreak tomorrow and what that would mean for Queensland’s emergency departments,” she said.

    The Australian in early October revealed a discussion paper drawn up by top health officials from four states warned the hospital system was buckling under the strain – not only of Covid-19 but also routine care. The officials said the government should consider ­deploying GPs to hospital emergency departments to tackle workforce shortages.

    National cabinet has discussed plans to surge ICU capacity as the hospital system comes under attack from rising case numbers as NSW and Victoria lift restrictions and state borders are reopened.

    In NSW, there are 978 patients in hospital with Covid-19, down from a peak of almost 1300 in mid-September. There are 190 patients in ICU wards, with 94 requiring ventilation.

    In Victoria, there are 517 people in hospital with Covid-19, with 101 of those in ICU. Just 6 per cent were fully vaccinated, with 66 per cent not having had a single dose of any Covid-19 vaccine.

     


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  38. Steve trickler says:

    отлично! Time to make a coffee and watch the show. 38:18.

    Bald and Bankrupt:

    🇷🇺The Trans-Siberian train, who hasn’t dreamt of taking it across this leviathan of a country? Well not me to be honest but somehow I decided to override my dread of endless train rides to show you what nobody has shown you before. The real Trans-Siberian. This isn’t a package tour, nothing is booked in advance. It’s just me on my own hopping from town to town on whichever train is leaving next, meeting locals, drinking vodka, avoiding snorers, exploring Russia. Join me!

    Solo On The World’s Longest Train Journey 🇷🇺


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  39. jo says:

    Mates old man travelled on the Trans-Siberian. Supposedly saw something at night and was taken off, held for three days then let go. He wasn’t even a pretend spook. Wanting to buy heavy machine tools. This was in the early 70’s. Seem to recall he imported a helical gear cutter.


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  40. mh says:

    Loving Queensland

    ‘As you may have heard, we have had distressing reports from members at Caboolture Hospital in relation to patient safety concerns and unsafe work practices. The shocking allegations made by our Caboolture Hospital members include “hacked” and preventable deaths, a staff member assaulting a patient and bullying of those who speak out in the interests of patient safety.

    Our nurses are crying out for a solution to this issue and fear that their registrations may be at risk.

    The NPAQ is calling for all non-urgent surgeries at Caboolture hospital to be suspended after claims of unsafe practices are investigated.

    We have written numerous letters urging the Executives to protect Queensland Health employees and patients at Caboolture Hospital by launching an official investigation into the matter.’

    https://npaq.redunion.com.au/caboolture-hospital


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  41. Shy Ted says:

    I’ve worked as a clinician in those 4 hospitals. They’ve always been stretched and they’re designed to run at close to capacity so docs and nurses aren’t sitting around doing nothing. Day to day flow is fairly predictable so you can roster for that but it doesn’t take much to overwhelm the staff on the ground – significant accident, couple of heart attacks and yes, “bonus payments” spent in the bottle shop with the resulting fight injuries. But there’s a massive spend on bureaucracy and health promotion and awareness and that’s a lot of people in offices doing, um, well, there’s lots of computers and paper. Behind the scenes “cases” (people) are referred to these services in order to future-change their drinking, smoking, eating so it won’t happen again.

    There has been a massive shift from department to agency employment which is very expensive. Other than security there’s nothing to be gained from working for QHealth. I’ve no idea if vax injuries are contributing but dept seems to be saying not. I had a few years off and when I went back I couldn’t believe how much more bureaucratic and unrealistic it had become. More hoops for clinicians to jump through before they can send someone home. “Support services have to be in place before discharge”. Does Joe Drinker or Joe Smoker want these support services? No. But “best practice”.


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  42. Shy Ted says:

    Just read the Caboolture health article. I’m inclined to think tip of the iceberg based on QHealth experiences elsewhere.


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  43. Terry Pedersen says:

    Another donut day in QLD. Excellent work by Annastacia and her government.


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  44. cohenite says:

    “Smirking Skaf: Gang rapist released from Sydney jail
    Designer clothed clad smirking rapist Mohammed Skaf has been released to restrictive freedom from Sydney’s Long Bay jail after 21 years behind bars.”

    Disgusting.


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  45. cohenite says:

    “Another donut day in QLD. Excellent work by Annastacia and her government.”

    Delaying the inevitable you idiot. And weren’t you praising the hunchback the other day.


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  46. Old School Conservative says:

    Thanks MarkA.

    The Southwestern Airlines shot reminded me of wide aisles, large seats, proper cutlery, beautiful young hostesses saying to Dad “Coffee, tea, or me?”, and trips up to the flight deck.

    Ah well back to reality.


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  47. Terry Pedersen says:

    weren’t you praising the hunchback the other day

    ***********************************************

    Perrottet? No, no chance of that. I don’t think he’s going to last long.


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  48. johanna johanna says:

    As I understand it, the justification for letting Skaf out is that he would soon be released anyway, with no supervision. This way, they can keep tabs on him and if he steps out of line he could be subject to a charge of breaching parole or whatever.

    Don’t know how true this is, but it seems plausible.

    The scrote has never shown the slightest sign of remorse, BTW.

    Some people are just beyond redemption.


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  49. cohenite says:

    Perrottet? No, no chance of that. I don’t think he’s going to last long.

    No Perrottet is a decent Christian; the real hunchback is a leftie Christian; a particularly odious form of leftism even more hypocritical then your normal (sic) scabrous leftie because they cloak their shit in an extra layer of false morality.



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  50. Steve trickler says:

    I found this via BNT ( buffering issues atm ) and a link was provided for sussietube.

    Premiered Sep 28, 2021.

    I don’t know the host or his background. 53:23.

    A good day to everyone on this prison island….well, mostly everyone.

    Interview with Senator Malcolm Roberts

     


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  51. jo says:

    Hope the Skaf victims relies exact the same retribution that any muzzie would expect.


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  52. Steve trickler says:

    One particular commentator over on Dover’s , whom I respect, seems to be under a spell and has totally lost the plot with this scamdemic. I am not going to drop names.

    Exactly what Klaus and Gates ( vile creatures ) would be happy to see. Anyone thinking those two and others are concerned for your health are fruit loops. Their agenda is plain for all to see, yet seems to be lost in all the noise.

    [Shaking my head in disbelief ]

     


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  53. Siltstone says:

    Steve T.

    Trans-Siberian railway is great. Good trains. Have travelled two thirds and would like to travel the remainder.


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  54. Black Ball says:

    FMD. From the Hun, Ms Tame in the noos:

    ‘Australian Of The Year Grace Tame has revealed that she has cop than onslaught of abuse for criticising journalist Jessica Rowe’s decision to interview Pauline Hanson.

    Broadcaster Ms Rowe came under fire after choosing to question the controversial One Nation leader and founder – not about politics but getting through “dark times”.

    Ms Rowe was criticised for taking a subtle approach, with Ms Tame leading the charge: “This is how discrimination and hate is subtlety enabled and normalised” she said in a now deleted tweet.

    But the activist revealed on Thursday she had hoped abuse in the aftermath, saying “I’ve been called the c-word more times and I can count since.”

    Trying to remain relevant.


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  55. Ragu Ragu says:

     

    Siltstone

    《Trans-Siberian railway is great》

     

    How much does it cost for a semi-decent cabin?

     


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  56. Steve trickler says:

    Siltstone says:
    October 6, 2021 at 1:18 pm

    Hopefully one day you will complete it. 👍 I’d certainly like to do it. I’ll start with the Indian-Pacific journey over here first. It’s on the list…a bit hard today though for obvious reasons.

    All the best.


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  57. Black Ball says:

    In further FMD news:

    ‘An elite Melbourne girls school will host a school-wide of referendum on whether to change name of one of its houses, named after Melbourne founder John Batman.

    From Friday, Melbourne Girls Grammar students from years 4 to 12, and all alumni, will be invited to vote on whether to rename Batman House.

    The results will be announced on Monday.

    It comes after school captains last year made a presentation to school council, questioning “whether in a contemporary 21st century setting, Batman wasn’t appropriate name.”

    According to a statement on the schools website, students put forward the idea that “John Batman was not only the broker or the notorious Batman Treaty, but a participant in the Tasmanian ‘Black Wars’ which culminated in the murder of more than 1000 Aboriginal people.”

    “They also made the case that other house names of Hensley and Taylor (our first principals), Mungo (after the original site of the school, St Mungo in Domain Road), and Clark (after Melbourne Archbishop Lowther Clarke, responsible for promoting and funding Anglican girls education) were closely tied to the school. Batman by contrast, seem to the odd man out,” the schools statement said.

    Principal Toni Meath last month wrote to students and parents saying: “I know these issues are sometimes more complex than they appear, particularly when dealing with historical legacy; however, student voice is a pillow of MGGS and the conversation has been continued with in the student body,” she said.

    “Scholars of representations of Australian history often refer to ‘moral moments’ that occur at different points in time, perhaps now is one of those.”

    Last year, Northcote High School dump John Batman’s name for a one of its school houses in favour of leader William Cooper.’

    Further attacks on important historical figures, none more important than John Batman.


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  58. Siltstone says:

    Regular, went 2 berth first class cabin, total 5 days/nights on train. See various websites for costs. I think it was about $2000 (travelling via Mongolia) just for rail (we broke the journey at multiple  towns). “The man in seat 61” website is the go for rail enthusiasts.


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  59. Axl Rosé says:

    Being an Island Continent we are a perfect place to run an experiment on.


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  60. kaysee kaysee says:

    1/

    Global Covid Summit

    《 Over 10,000 physicians and medical scientists worldwide have signed the “Rome Declaration” to alert citizens about the deadly consequences of Covid-19 policy makers’ and medical authorities’ unprecedented behavior; behavior such as denying patient access to lifesaving early treatments, disrupting the sacred, physician-patient relationship and suppressing open scientific discussion for profits and power. 》


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  61. kaysee kaysee says:

    2/

    PHYSICIANS DECLARATION

    Global Covid Summit – Rome, Italy

    International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists
    September, 2021


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  62. Steve trickler says:

    Lindsey Graham. Noose worthy? Judge for yourself.

    ******

    Stew Peters Show:

    Rumble — South Carolina Senator, Lindsey Graham, is a communist whore for big pharma and the military industrial complex.

    PROOF: Lindsey Graham is Pfizer’s Paid Slut, Ridden HARD For Cash


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  63. kaysee kaysee says:

    Shy Ted says:

    October 6, 2021 at 9:02 am

    Ah, Shy Ted. What can I say?

    I humbly accept defeat. 🙂


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  64. Steve trickler says:

    Masks issued at previous place of employment.

    “Not suitable for medical use”

    Clearly printed on the box.

    🤔


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  65. Ragu Ragu says:

    Two grand isn’t bad. Steve T might choke on his ambient modulator when he sees prices for the indian-pacific


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  66. kaysee kaysee says:

    From the President of Croatia,  Zoran Milanović

    1/

    Gillian McKeith

    《 President of Croatia says they are done jabbing. They are not going to do it any more》

     

    2/

    Based Croatia

    《Croatian president Milanović when asked about covid measures today: “It’s unbelievable how obedient people are, even when they shouldn’t be.” 》


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  67. Steve trickler says:

    Ragu says:
    October 6, 2021 at 3:03 pm

    Bald payed 66 quid for his journey so far. Ragu tells me I am in for a shock. I’ll look it up later. Off to soak up some UV on my daily walk.


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  68. kaysee kaysee says:

    Motorists and paramedic crew drag away Insulate Britain protesters on Wandsworth Bridge

    《 Furious motorists and a paramedic crew could be seen pulling Insulate Britain activists out of the road at Wandsworth Bridge on Monday, in footage shared on social media by talkRADIO. The environmental activist group blocked three other major routes into London 》


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  69. caveman says:

    Would you need to get jabbed then if you were going ,like one way to Croatia?


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  70. Bons says:

    Ahh, the lost romanticism of the Intourist ‘guide’ bullying your group to get to the dining car for the foreign passengers meal session.  Bullying any local who came within hailing distance; extolling the virtue of each of the endless succession of shit holes you passed through.

    Our favourite sport was making-up personal histories and bullshit beliefs that sent her scurrying to her alcove to assiduously record the nonsense in her report journal.

    Most disappointing was that we didn’t tour one single tractor factory, but some of those Siberian industrial cities were impressive in a Canberra sort of way.

    My fondest memory was the young US girl who had developed a visceral dislike for our minder asking when we were going to visit the site of the Czar’s murder.  The very loud foot stamping tanty was spectacular, trowelled on makeup flying in all directions.

    It could have been a spectacular trip, but in reality it was just long and boring.


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  71. Terry Pedersen says:

    God help us. The NSW government is now led by a Fool and a Toole.


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  72. Steve trickler says:

    ‘Have a discussion about the benefits of vaccination’ she says at the end. There are none you despicable ignorant imbecile! Zero! These are not vaccines you idiot. Another clown that would make Klaus and Gates smile.

    The hanging list just keeps growing, daily.

    Via Real Rukshan:

    Labor MP calls Victorian workers worried about jab mandates science deniers.

     


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  73. Steve trickler says:

    Ok, that commentator at Dover’s has now lost my respect. It, is now completely f*cked in the head and is nothing more than stooge for Big Pharma. A Klaus and Gates sycophant. A WEF / Globalists apologists and moron, who now is completely under the spell of the now exposed corrupt medical establishment, of which, is now protected by Big-Tech and the MSM when it comes to exposing their malfeasance.

    A total loser whose head remains buried up its arse and has been sucked in big time with the massive corruption now on show for the world to see. I doubt the wanker has even got of its arse and taken a look. One link it posted on the old cat was a direct direct link to a Gates and NIH stooge…no due diligence was shown before it hit the post button. It took a few minutes to discover it. Another did a similar thing, and was exposed to linking to a Facebook fact checker site FFS in defense of this crime against humanity. Despicable!

    I’ll drop the name sometime in the future. In the meantime, let’s see what else the apologists continues to dribble from its warped screwed up brain.


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  74. cohenite says:

    kaysee says:
    October 6, 2021 at 3:29 pm

    Motorists and paramedic crew drag away Insulate Britain protesters on Wandsworth Bridge

    Great stuff; did you notice the protestors were all old karens, men and women. Fucktards.



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  75. cohenite says:

    “Ok, that commentator at Dover’s has now lost my respect. It, is now completely f*cked in the head and is nothing more than stooge for Big Pharma. A Klaus and Gates sycophant. A WEF / Globalists apologists and moron, who now is completely under the spell of the now exposed corrupt medical establishment, of which, is now protected by Big-Tech and the MSM when it comes to exposing their malfeasance.

    A total loser whose head remains buried up its arse and has been sucked in big time with the massive corruption now on show for the world to see.”

    I give up, who the fuck is it?


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  76. cohenite says:

    “God help us. The NSW government is now led by a Fool and a Toole.”

    You’re half right, about Toole. The other guy deserves some benefit of the doubt.


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  77. Steve trickler says:

    A beautiful day in the prison state today with glorious sunshine in the capital. The filthy bastard from the Swinging Pig who’s in charge of the joint, a bloke who should be referred to by a name that begins with c and ends with a t, wants all mine workers jabbed by Dec 1. Dock worthy, hang him.

    Absolute evil bastard.

    None dare mention Israel as a case example. No surprises though. The Stokes MSM press whores here are just as useless as those around the rest of the country.


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  78. Steve trickler says:

    Patience, cohenite.

    I want IT to continue providing links that defend the players in this scam. Then I shall proverbially strangle IT in due course.

     


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  79. kaysee kaysee says:

    All these companies are playing into the hands of Qwertyz by allowing them to claim discrimination.

    Trans-female pretender gets triggered after Sonic employee called him ‘sir’ and now Sonic launches full investigation

    《Torres is a man pretending to be a woman under the ruse of ‘gender identity’. There is no such thing and he needs to stop imposing his psychosis on others.

    But of course, Sonic has taken the bait and in the name of inclusion is launching a full investigation into the matter:  》


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  80. Bons says:

    The M25 situation in the UK is fantastic.  If motorists rissoling the extinction scum off the highways takes off as a peoples’ movement asserting their rights to uninhibited movement we are going to have the lunatic situation of Cressida’s goons protecting the baby commies from the rightful anger of the whole population.

    The potential for the elite to descend into chaos as a consequence of their weakness and tolerance of intolerance is an exciting prospect.  The fat clown married to the commie floozy is entirely to blame.


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  81. Top Ender says:

    “Furious motorists and a paramedic crew could be seen pulling Insulate Britain activists out of the road…”

    Logically, what one should do as a motorist is travel with some lengthy zip-ties.

    Then once you have dragged the protestor off the road you could lock them on to a handy rail. This would stop them getting back onto the road again.

    Which in a sane world is what the police should do.

    However in our current Bizarro World you’d doubtless be arrested for kidnapping or something.


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  82. Terry Pedersen says:

    The other guy deserves some benefit of the doubt.

    ***********************************************

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


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  83. 8th Dan says:

    Then I shall proverbially strangle IT in due course.

     

    The only thing you could strangle is your dick, such as it is. You need to stop strangling it and get off the blog for a while, maybe forever.


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  84. kaysee kaysee says:

    ‘I’m not for sale’: Canavan refuses to join any federal net zero deal

    《 Nationals Senator Matt Canavan has said there is no economic or environmental value to be gained by Australia adopting an ambitious climate target.

    The Coalition is under increasing pressure to commit to net zero emissions by 2050 ahead of the Glasgow Climate Change Conference.

    Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce are currently in negotiations – in a bid to find common ground on climate policy.

    But Mr Canavan told Sky News host Kieran Gilbert he would not buy into a climate deal which he believed would cost jobs and livelihoods.

    “From my perspective net zero emissions is a bad idea because it would cost thousands of jobs in this country and not do anything to protect the environment,” he said.

    “Other than that, it’s fantastic policy,” he joked. 》


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  85. kaysee kaysee says:

    The Gulag-loving Aussies who have no idea why Americans are protesting on their behalf.

    Perplexed Aussies respond as US protesters take to the streets of New York in bid to ‘save Australia’

    《I got a few comment and messages from Americans that I thought were strange. I didnt understand them. They seemed to know nothing about Australia, while claiming that we were now basically living in North Korea. Some juicy propaganda hitting America lately 》


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  86. kaysee kaysee says:

    Nearly $700M Powerball jackpot ticket sold in California

    《 A single ticket sold in California won a massive Powerball prize of nearly $700 million — the seventh-largest in US lottery history.

    The winner can choose between getting it as an annuity paid over 29 years or $496 million cash. Both options are subject to taxes. 》


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  87. Ragu Ragu says:

    Lolz

     

    《Some juicy propaganda hitting America lately 》

     

    Written,  directed and produced by VicPol


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  88. kaysee kaysee says:

    Evelyn Rae

    《The re-education camps have begun… hidden under the guise of cute rhymes, songs and fluffy unicorns. Wake up 》


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