Open Thread – Tuesday 19 October 2021

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  1. Black Ball says:

    Mmmyes excellent John Smith.


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  2. Black Ball says:

    Needs more Full Metal Jacket Ted


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  3. Steve trickler says:

    Real Rukshan:

    Last week, Neil Angus MP was amongst a handful MPs that voted against mandating that all State MPs produce evidence they are vaccinated (or have an exemption), or otherwise be effectively banned from Parliament. In his speech opposing the motion, Neil Angus MP argued in defence of protecting the rights and freedoms of all Victorians against mandates that impact their ability to work and participate freely in society. In this episode of In Conversation, I talk with Neil Angus MP about his speech in Parliament and the impact vaccination mandates are having on his community.

    In Conversation with Neil Angus MP : Vaccination Mandates

     


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  4. mh says:

    CNN:
    ‘… A study published Thursday reported a steep decline in vaccine effectiveness against infection by August of this year, especially for people who received the J&J vaccine.
    The researchers found that among more than 600,000 veterans, J&J’s vaccine’s protection fell from 88% in March to 3% in August.’
    ***
    3% lol
    The vaccines are rubbish! ™️


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  5. FlyingPigs says:

    Neil says:
    October 20, 2021 at 8:23 pm

    Commonwealth debt – Parliament of Australia (aph.gov.au)

    ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

    Neil,

    Genuine question…

    How do you suggest we return to that position???


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  6. mh says:

    Boris Johnson 
    @BorisJohnson

    United Kingdom government official

    A pleasure to sit down with
    @BillGates
    at the Global Investment Summit today, where we announced a new £400m partnership between the government and
    @Breakthrough
    to supercharge a green industrial revolution across the UK:



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  7. FlyingPigs says:

    Neil

    Before Federation and the introduction of the Fabian Communist “Australian Constitution” there was no “Australian Government Debt” either.

     


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  8. FlyingPigs says:

    Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    October 21, 2021 at 12:51 am

    FlyingPigs says:
    October 21, 2021 at 12:44 am

    Flying Pigs, just asking, your callsign anything to do with the old F -111?

    I loathe the French… but no ZK2A … just the alliteration that pigs might fly…

    mind you… have met some folk… including folk that worked in maintenance.

    saddest thing I did was go to Townsville for a few months back yay whenever and listen to folk’s pain.

    Including an F111 pilot.

    Australia does not look after their warriors they ask to go fight.

    But I got my cousin, who had been on the front line, to survive the foul Public Service veteran Affairs.

    He’s a bastard but I love him.


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  9. struth says:

    All this tyranny is predicated on a continuance and never ending state of Emergency.

    They must be abolished.

     


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  10. mh says:

    ‘The continent of Europe is in a “world of pain” with its unprecedented energy crunch, according to Sky News host Alan Jones.’

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2INUJ53GUoI

    ***

    Morrison – hold my beer ✈️


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  11. Ragu Ragu says:

    Very depressing about that 4yr old gone missing.


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  12. Shy Ted says:

    Much celebration when the Saudis bought Newcastle United (failing English football club of legend). A few days later…  

    They’ll be banning that delicious Brown Ale soon enough.


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  13. Shy Ted says:

    Just read the number points.   Particularly #4. Coming to a continent beginning with A near you.


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  14. Shy Ted says:

    Lefty chick of the day.

    WARNING. Don’t ever click on my lefty chick of the day links.


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  15. mh says:

    This means the vaccines, lockdowns, curfews, mask mandates, are working:

    ‘Victoria’s daily coronavirus numbers are in.

    The state has recorded 2232 new, locally acquired cases of COVID-19 and 12 deaths.

    Today’s tally is up from yesterday’s 1841 cases. Today also marks Victoria’s second-highest daily case tally on record.’


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  16. Ragu Ragu says:

    Just the spectre of a Serbian tennis player is driving those numbers up.


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  17. candy says:

    WARNING. Don’t ever click on my lefty chick of the day links.

    ***

    Obviously that’s the first thing one does then, Shy Ted.

    I can’t help but wonder if these are real people or just photo-shopped.


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  18. Ragu Ragu says:

    Wow. 178 people have carked it since Oct 6.


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  19. candy says:

    The poor little girl missing seems mysterious.  Kidnapping a child in times of border checks, nosy parkers and dobbers.    Anything’s possible of course.

    The Chamberlains were brought down simply by being Seventh Day.

    Pictures of the little girl  Cleo show such a delightful happy  looking child.


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  20. Black Ball says:

    SloMo has a piece in today’s Hun. Allow me to reproduce it here in several posts. The copying and pasting gets tedious with the photos and ads online.

    ‘Over the past almost two years, Victoria, like so much of the world, has been engaged in the battle of our generation: beating Covid-19.

    With the state reaching the 70 per cent double dose vaccination milestone, victory is in sight.

    I want to thank each and every Victorian for the incredible job you’ve done.

    Again and again, Victorians have stepped up. Thank you to all Victorians who have had a double dose of a Covid-19 vaccine – and to those who have a first or second dose booked in.

    I welcome Premier Andrews’ announcement to safely reopen as part of the National Plan.

    Bringing down state borders and bringing down the international border. Reuniting families and friends. Getting businesses going again. Increasing job opportunities.

    And I look forward to the safe easing of more restrictions across Victoria as the vaccination rate continues to surge.

    Victorians have sacrificed so much over the course of extended lockdowns.

    Crucially, you’ve rolled up your sleeves, with a first dose vaccination rate of almost 90 per cent – that’s higher than the UK.’


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  21. Black Ball says:

    ‘If Victoria was a country it would be the 12th most vaccinated in the OECD on first doses.

    Having reached 70 per cent double dose – a critical early mark of the National Plan – you’re about to start reclaiming your lives.

    It’s a new chapter, as you begin to open up safely. And stay safely open.

    We’ll see relaxations for the fully vaccinated at restaurants, cafes, cinemas, gyms, religious gatherings, weddings and funerals. Children are heading back to school.

    Next month, when the 80 per cent fully vaccinated target is met, Victorians will enjoy even more freedoms. We’re taking our lives back.

    And it’s been achieved by Victorians – and Australians and their governments from all states and territories – signing up to the National Plan. Working together.

    The Morrison government rolled up its sleeves with significant vaccine supply and record economic support.

    We have provided Victorians with more than 10.8 million Covid-19 vaccines, including almost 685,000 doses that were brought forward to deal directly with outbreaks

    Our government has provided Victorians with more than $51bn in economic support to date, the highest per capita support of any state.’


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  22. Black Ball says:

    ‘More than $28bn in JobKeeper payments, over $5bn in Coronavirus Supplement, and to combat the impact of Delta, over $3.7bn in Covid-19 Disaster Payments and more than $2.4bn as our half of Business Support Payments.

    We’ve saved lives and livelihoods the Australian way, and now Australians are reclaiming their Australian way of life.

    Whether you’re in Victoria or NSW, Queensland or Western Australia, we can feel proud.

    We have now administered more than 33 million vaccines around the country.

    That’s more than 85 per cent of eligible over 16s who have had a first dose and the 70 per cent double dose mark now also achieved nationally (70.01 per cent).

    Australia’s double dose vaccination rate has surpassed the US, and over the coming month we are on track to overtake Israel, France and Germany.

    And with first doses administered to about two thirds of 12 to 15-year-olds, thank you to all those parents and kids for responding magnificently to the challenge.’


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  23. Black Ball says:

    and bring Australians home.

    All of this has been achieved by following the National Plan, and Australians getting vaccinated at record rates.

    We understand that every state is starting at a different point, but we all want the same ending – to bring our country together again, and join the rest of the world.

    I know all premiers and chief ministers want this. It’s what the National Plan that we agreed to is all about.

    For locked-down states, it’s been about winning freedoms back. For others, it’s about protecting the freedoms you’ve been fortunate to enjoy by safely reopening as a nation.

    But for everyone, it’s about getting back to living our lives as we once did, as best we can.

    The vaccine supply is there for everyone. Right now.


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  24. Black Ball says:

    So please, go and get your second jab. If you haven’t already, please get your first dose. Encourage your friends and family to also get vaccinated.

    Victoria, you know this has been the battle of our generation. It’s been long and tough. There have been many sacrifices.

    We can’t be complacent. We still have to take one step at a time safely and ensure we always put that safety goal first as we reopen our country.

    So thank you again. For rolling up your sleeves, not just in terms of getting the vaccines, but for the sacrifices you’ve made and the resilience you’ve demonstrated.

    And thank you to the thousands of nurses, doctors, pharmacists and healthcare workers who have cared for us, protected us and vaccinated us.

    Let’s bring this home – that 70 per cent has to become an 80.

    And most importantly, ensure that we are back together with our families, friends and loved ones this Christmas. Making this Christmas the best ever


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  25. Black Ball says:

    So in essence, SloMo is giving Victorians a belly rub for submitting to medical apartheid whilst bragging about the assistance he has given this shithole during lockdown which he at any time could have stopped. A canute of the highest order.


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  26. candy says:

    SloMo writes for Newspoll figures, I think.

    Maybe Victoria is lagging behind in support for him.

    It does not sound like he mentioned the people forced to resign?  and folks anxious about the vaccination and the effect on their health, or worried about the future control and input into their lives by government QR and tracing etc.   Anxiety about how society is changing so rapidly and they are excluded or forced into things they don’t want.


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  27. Black Ball says:

    Yes candy. This bit was beneath a pic online of the SloMo piece. He didn’t say it in his scheissenhausen article.

    ‘For locked-down states, it’s been about winning freedoms back.’


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  28. Old School Conservative says:

    From Shy Ted’s link to Newcastle United:

     
    “No-one in the new ownership group was in any way offended,” said the club.
    “It was a gesture that was acknowledged as positive and welcoming in its intent.
    “However, there remains the possibility that dressing this way is culturally inappropriate and risks causing offence to others.
    And despite all this positivity, the club goes all weak at the knees and caves in to possible criticism. The Poms have no spine.


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  29. mh says:

    BB, nothing Scummo has said in the last 3 years has been worth a wank.


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  30. Black Ball says:

    May have been posted but golf clap


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  31. Steve trickler says:

    Chain of custody of these vials is paramount. Veritas is coming out soon with the full story.

    SHOCKING: Dr. Carrie Madej Releases FIRST LOOK at Pfizer Vial Contents


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  32. shatterzzz says:

    They’ll be banning that delicious Brown Ale soon enough.

     

    been along time since Broon Ale was brewed in ToonLand .. LOL!

    Nowadays, it’s made in Holland and the USA .. depending on where you live ..!


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  33. Eyrie says:

    Scmo really is a mong.


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  34. Ragu Ragu says:

    M

     

    What a loser;

    thank you to all those parents and kids for responding magnificently to the challenge

    For others, it’s about protecting the freedoms you’ve been fortunate to enjoy

    Victoria, you know this has been the battle of our generation

    Let’s bring this home

     

    Onya, ScumMao. You are the most useless lump of faecal tainted proteins in the world.

     

     


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  35. Steve trickler says:

    I figure most would know about this bloke, John O’Looney. For those that don’t, check it out. 30 minutes.

    All the clips on Sussie have been censored to sh*t so this is via B-Chute.

    ********

    A recent clip from ResistanceGB.

    An in-person interview with John O’Looney, a whistle-blowing funeral director whose interview with Max Igan on the 16th September 2021 went viral. He talks about seeing more and more injection recipients coming into his undertakers, including an abnormal increase of younger people dying of heart attacks, multiple organ failure and unexplained sudden death. He talks about being summoned to a meeting in London on the 21st September, along with other professionals such as Dr. Dolores Cahill, Dr. Tess Lawrie and Mark Yeadon, to submit evidence and testimony to Graham Brady, Chairman of the 1922 Committee – evidence that he says is “utterly damning”. John has been suspended from the Society of Allied and Independent Funeral Directors for his honesty.

    JOHN O’LOONEY, FUNERAL DIRECTOR: THE EVIDENCE IS UTTERLY DAMNING (ALT-MEDIA EXCLUSIVE)


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  36. Steve trickler says:

    Big test for Trump. First he will have to admit being played by Big-Pharma with his “warp speed” BS. Everything was set into motion via the W.E.F etc before the scam hit and will the platform allow a voice from all those in the medical establishment exposing and warning about these toxic jabs?

    Trumped f8cked up big time with the jab push. Big time. I wouldn’t surprise me if he is scared for his life if he rescinds past support for this toxic crap.  When you consider the forces behind this evil…you’d have to worry, too.

    via Real Rukshan:

    The Trump Organization is set to launch a social media network in 2022 to fight back against big tech censorship.

     


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  38. Steve trickler says:

    Clever piece of work.

    The joint is well and truly, rooted. 4:13

    Enemy Of The State, Dan The Psychopathetic Retard Andrews, A Requiem for Melbourne


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  39. Rossini says:

    cohenite

    Why give “bitches” a bad name!


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  40. johnjjj says:

    Shy Ted says:
    October 21, 2021 at 11:09 am

    British MPs are going to have to watch their backs.

    “Mohammed is still the most popular newborn boy’s name in Britain”

    Shy, fun fact:  if you have every wonder why it is not a slew of muz names, it is because at the end of time, a person named Mohammed will lead the faithful to paradise. That is after Jesus tells all the Christians they are wrong and wipes out the Jews. So Fatima, that could be your son.
    ISIS was very big on this and that is why they held out in Dabiq (north Syria) when Jesus and Mo were to appear, any minute now.  The Yanks/Russian should have bombed the place at the beginning and saved themselves a lot of trouble



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  41. johnjjj says:

    cohenite says:
    October 21, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    Look at this muslim bitch:

    Terrorist cheered after Vic prison attack (msn.com)

    Islam fun fact number 2: she and her extended family are now guaranteed a place in Al Jannah ( Paradise, not the chicken shop). In her mind she did the right thing. What’s 40 years in gaol compared to eternity in the Garden.
    AND the ABC wants to bring ’em  back from the Kurdish camp.



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  42. caveman says:

    I’ve crunched the stats ………….

     

    Mohammed vs Jesus


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  43. Ragu Ragu says:

    Blah

    Trumped f8cked up big time with the jab push.

     

    Not really. He does need to distance himself from it. I think he got the message after he got boo’ed at a rally a few months ago when he brought it up.

    This issue doesn’t effect him as he is the ultimate outsider and his honesty will see him through vis pharma being a pack of counts.

     

    Trump ’24

     

     


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  44. Ragu Ragu says:

    He is till the ultimate outsider


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  45. Steve trickler says:

    A question many are now asking.

    ******

    Malcolm Roberts:

    Mortality data tells us information about deaths in Australia and is usually released every 6 weeks. For an unexplained reason, the latest data is over 15 weeks overdue. There’s no good reason for this, the government needs to be transparent and release the data now.

    Why is data about deaths being held back?

     


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  46. Steve trickler says:

    From the old bloke in a chair. Quick reading.

    *******

    Doc Coleman:

    Scary Stuff You Should Know No. 3

    19TH OCTOBER 2021.


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  47. Top Ender says:

    Pascoe’s ABC: Enough to Make You Ropable

    Peter O’Brien

    I sometimes wonder if I’m becoming a tad obsessive about Bruce Pascoe, but let me observe in my defence that he is like a mouth ulcer – you just can’t leave it alone. My father once had a mouth ulcer that didn’t go away and, when he finally consulted his doctor, was diagnosed with a cancer that took away half his jaw. So, while it’s tempting to think of Pascoe as a mere irritant, I worry that he is a symptom of a wider cancer spreading through our society. I’m talking about the corruption of truth — and rope-making too.

    I’ll bet you didn’t know the Aboriginal people could make rope well before 1788. Well, courtesy of ABC Education, your primary school children and grandchildren will be better informed than you, thanks to Professor of Indigenous Agriculture, Yuin, Burnurong and Tasmanian man Bruce Pascoe.

    In a less-than-riveting four-minute segment, which can be watched here, Professor Bruce imparts the ancient wisdom of the ‘old people’ by taking a strip of bark from a stringy bark tree while noting that those he claims as ancestors would have used the moist bark from closer to the trunk, something Bruce refuses to do because no tree should be damaged for a mere demonstration. It seems the technique is to separate the bark into two strips and wind each around the other. But if that seems a bit complicated, Bruce tells us there was an ancient formula and proceeds to lay it on with a trowel.

    For example, an Aborigine on the east coast of NSW would point the two strips to the north and then fold one towards the mountains and the next towards the sea and so on. Do you think you’ve got that? He doesn’t explain the method used in Central Australia, but I’m sure Pascoe could invent one upon request. He goes on to note that explorer Thomas Mitchell was impressed that Aboriginal fishing made from such ropes were almost indistinguishable from European nets, even to the knots used. So, according to Pascoe’s logic (used, for example, in the cases of government and bread-making) this would make the Aboriginal people the inventors of ropes and knots.

    In another episode, also part of the Aboriginal Ingenuity series, the Professor covers language and plants. There’s not a lot about plants – lettuce gets a mention as does murnong and the bulbine lily, and language also gets very short shrift. Bruce confesses that he doesn’t know the names of indigenous plants except for murnong. So, he is relying on the kids to look them up online, or to ask their elders. It might take them 20 minutes or six months but however long it takes ‘that person has made an incredible contribution to their culture, if they can find that word’. Apparently he has so much work on his bark trencher that he ‘needs the young people to become inquisitive about their culture’. So as far as language is concerned, we learned another name for murnong – naramah – and that’s it. Still, it only occupies two minutes. We can’t ask too much of the overstressed ABC budget.

    The ABC Education History series of video clips comprises 42 episodes, 22 relating to Aboriginal issues and culture, the other 20 looking at what we might call mainstream history. They include four episodes based on the ludicrous ‘Back in Time for Dinner’ series hosted by Annabel Crabb, which I reviewed here. There is one titled ‘Identity, Racism and Connection’ and a couple of lifestyle pieces (growing up in the 1900s and school in the 1940s). One on asylum seekers, one on women’s lib and another on tales from around the world. I count only eight to cover serious topics such Federation, Parliament House, the First Fleet, the gold rush, and so on.

    I understand education ministers are about to review the draft new national curriculum. I don’t hold out a great deal of hope they will be either willing or able to stem the tide of woke history’s revisionism, but their efforts will not be helped by the ABC’s unaccountable foray into the classroom, which appears to lack any semblance of quality control. The prominence given to Bruce Pascoe’s faux history is the proof.

    Original was at Quadrant


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  48. mh says:

    ‘RN Breakfast host Fran Kelly to leave after 17 years

    The respected radio presenter, who has been the host of Radio National’s breakfast program since 2005, says “it’s time” for her to go.’
    ***
    It’s time for the whole lot of them to go.


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  49. The Sheriff says:

    Ultimo should be converted into social housing.


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  50. Eyrie says:

    “Why is data about deaths being held back?”

    Simples, they are trying to hide the bodies. The answer to all will be the death rates and the age distribution thereof. Everything else is likely lies.


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  51. Axl Rosé says:

    Didn’t a couple of leftoid approved historians out Pascoe for the fraud he is?

    Yet the ABC is still promoting him?

    Anti-Christian commies.


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  52. egg_ says:

    Australia Says No to Net Zero Climate *Cults*

    FTFY.


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  53. Axl Rosé says:

    Eddie Small Forward would be better. Eddie Betts bruh!


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  54. mh says:

    Conservative host Candace Owens calls for US to invade Australia to free people from ‘tyranny’

    A conservative US commentator has suggested America should “invade” to liberate Australians from “tyrannical” Covid-19 restrictions, likening the country to the early stages of a dictatorship under Hitler or Stalin.
    Daily Wire host Candace Owens made the provocative comments in her Tuesday show, saying that her husband has family members in Australia, one of whom recently shared that “the mental state of everyone around her was in steep decline”.

    “She shared with him a message that she had received from a friend of hers, a woman who lives in Queensland, and the message is genuinely shocking,” Owens said.

    “I was shocked reading this message and I decided that for this episode I’m just going to read it for verbatim. It’s a list of the Covid rules that Australian citizens are being made to follow. As I read this I want you to close your eyes and imagine that this was your life, and what your mental state would be like if you were being made to abide by these rules.”…

    https://www.couriermail.com.au/entertainment/television/conservative-host-candace-owens-calls-for-us-to-invade-australia-to-free-people-from-tyranny/news-story/9a487acac0dbafefaa0945d2aa7284cc

    ***
    Only invade when Trump becomes Prez again in 2024.


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  55. Axl Rosé says:

    I saw a show on Rocky Marciano (Stanflix?). He was good because he had a very short reach and had to work in close, where his strength would over power.


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  56. mh says:

    ‘You chief moderator now mh?’
    ***
    I am one of the chief Jews here, Graeme.


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  57. Axl Rosé says:

    Queensland COVID tyranny is pissweak! Get down here in Danistan Candace Owens.


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  58. Steve trickler says:

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    Cossack:

    The Honourable Annastacia Palaszczuk issues a threat to the People!


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  59. mh says:

    “Can anybody explain to me why the Australian government is any better or any nobler than the Taliban?” Owens said.

    “Both groups believe they have a right to oppress and a right to imprison people for their own good.”

    Owens is the latest high-profile conservative commentator to criticise Australia’s Covid-19 measures.

    Fox News host Laura Ingraham in August mocked Sydney’s lockdown despite a “case-to-population ratio of .004 per cent”, while fellow host Tucker Carlson last month slammed Australia’s “draconian” policies.

    Earlier this month, Australia became the surprising focal point of a march against vaccine mandates for teachers in New York, with hundreds of demonstrators gathering outside the Australian consulate chanting “Save Australia” and some waving Aussie flags.

    High-profile Republican politicians including Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Texas Senator Ted Cruz have also taken shots at Australia.
    ***
    Our government is arguably worse than the Taliban.
    There are no vaccine mandates in Afghanistan.


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  60. Axl Rosé says:

    Yes. mh,

    Danistan is the worst state, in the worst nation for COVID tyranny. It is an experiment/proving ground.

    I will remember.


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  61. FlyingPigs says:

    I am the Other Jew Graeme.


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  62. mh says:

    In Australia we not only have to battle the tyranny of Federal and State governments, we also have the tyranny of corporatism. It is hard to separate the two in Australia now, so it’s actually a fascist nation. Then there are the globalist funded groups trying to make our lives a misery, like BLM, ER. I expect there are fvcking hundreds of these Soros, Gates funded organisations trying to eliminate Australia. We’re not in a good position right now.


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  63. Axl Rosé says:

    In Australia we not only have to battle the tyranny of Federal and State governments, we also have the tyranny of corporatism. It is hard to separate the two in Australia now, so it’s actually a fascist nation. Then there are the globalist funded groups trying to make our lives a misery, like BLM, ER. I expect there are fvcking hundreds of these Soros, Gates funded organisations trying to eliminate Australia. We’re not in a good position right now.

    Well said. I concur.

    Big Gubmint, Big Business all in cahoots.


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  64. A Suggestion says:

    Then there are the globalist funded groups trying to make our lives a misery, like BLM, ER. I expect there are fvcking hundreds of these Soros, Gates funded organisations trying to eliminate Australia. We’re not in a good position right now.
    *****
    Where are our security services, one wonders?


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  65. mh says:

    Then there is our media pushing the globalist agenda:
    Exhibit A, the Age:

    Singapore’s recovery stalled by 100k stubborn seniors who won’t get jabs
    Despite having some of the toughest anti-vax laws in Asia – and rising COVID deaths – the city-state cannot persuade elderly holdouts who fear side effects.
    ***
    The mass vaccination program is not working because of a few hold outs! Then it is sure to work!


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  66. Steve trickler says:

    An impressive montage accompanies the tune. Easy to immerse yourself into some of those paintings.

    Chris Rea – The Blue Cafe


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  67. mh says:

    Look a these corporate cvnts:

    Australia’s three major supermarkets, Woolworths, Coles and Aldi are beginning to roll out vaccine mandates in a major push by some of the country’s largest retailers to protect shoppers and staff from COVID-19.

    More than 250,000 workers across the three companies will need to be vaccinated to work in the companies’ stores, distribution centres and support offices as businesses prepare to live with COVID-19 as lockdowns end and Australia begins to reopen


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  68. Steve trickler says:

    Probably on their phones, too. TikTok

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

    Doc Coleman:

    Thoughtless Hospital Staff
    19TH OCTOBER 2021
    A friend’s father has been in hospital for a few days with pneumonia. The treatment he received seems to have been excellent – with one exception.

    The poor man reports that he could not sleep at night because of all the noise being made by thoughtless, uncaring, disrespectful, unprofessional hospital staff.

    He was utterly exhausted by his inability to sleep through the noise made by talking and laughing nurses.

    In olden days, nurses and doctors would whisper and tip toe around wards at night. Telephones were switched to show a small light rather than to ring. And any lights on the nurses’ desk or in the office were dimmed. Even when dealing with emergencies the staff would whisper and make as little noise as possible.

    What the hell has happened?

    Doesn’t anyone bother to teach nurses how to behave?

    Actually, come to think of it, these aren’t things which should need to be taught.

    Patients in hospital desperately need to sleep whenever they can. Sleep is part of the healing and mending process.

    Anyone who doesn’t understand that shouldn’t be working in a hospital.


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  69. Steve trickler says:

    Judge for yourself.

    ******

    Stew Peters Show:

    “Ask Dr. Jane” – The interactive segment of “The Stew Peters Show” with pharmaceutical researcher, Dr. Jane Ruby, went deep into great questions from viewers, and a LOT of the answers were extremely uncomfortable.

    Ask Dr. Jane: COVID, PCR Tests, Vaxx, DETOX, Poisoning & Criminal Proof:


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  70. Steve trickler says:

    Heller:

    Last October, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris ran on a “Build Back Better” platform based on racial equity. One year later they have banned most black people from working or eating in California or New York restaurants.

    Build Back Better


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  71. FlyingPigs says:

    One year later they have banned most black people from working or eating in California or New York restaurants.
    ooooooooooooooo
    and I think blacks are finally working out that demonrats are the kkk


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  72. mh says:

    Wise words from David Icke:

    David Icke Exposes The Lockdown

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aM-G3OE-8Xg

    ***
    Understand this and you’ll understand why lockdowns aren’t going away, despite media headlines of ‘freedom’.


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  73. srr says:

    test
    moderated

  74. Steve trickler says:

    Hopefully, we see some scum go to jail.

    ******

    Stew Peters Show:

    Wild conspiracy theories are becoming reality around the world. AJ Roberts is a veteran of the British Army and host of “The AJ Roberts Show”, and Roberts is based in the UK. Roberts joined Stew Peters to reveal an investigation that has been launched to determine if health officials intentionally led “undesirable” patients to their death. In addition, Roberts broke news about a prosecutor in the UK that has accepted murder charges against a school that jabbed a child who later died.

    “Vaccine” Murder Charges Accepted by Prosecutors, Officials Intentionally Killed Patients

    11:03


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  75. cohenite says:

    Green hydrogen:

    “In the climate wars, hyperbole is weaponised and groupthink rewarded. We are standing witness as hydrogen becomes the latest trend in carbon piety to capture the attention of elites.

    For decades hydrogen (H) has been used as a coolant in large generators, a propellant in rockets, and as a building block for fertiliser. Hydrogen’s latest incarnation invokes the Hollywood-like properties of saving the world. The phrases ‘net-zero’ and ‘green hydrogen’ have been thrust into the lexicon faster than ‘flatten the curve’ became ‘vaccine passport’.

    Net-zero is greenhouse gas emissions lowered to the point where the planet’s natural carbon cycle scrubs the atmosphere of all traces of human activity. This is supposed to stabilise the climate by eliminating all long-term temperature change, cancelling extreme weather events, and forever halting sea-level change on every shoreline on the planet.

    Green hydrogen is produced by passing electricity through water. But some hydrogen is more ‘green’ than others, and green electrolysis must be generated by wind and solar. Blue hydrogen is extracted from natural gas (methane) and brown hydrogen is extracted from coal. Has been for decades.

    Keen observers may have noticed the renewable industry, its lobby groups and compliant media enthusiastically promote green hydrogen, without clearly describing how it can be used or its true production costs. As with most too-good-to-be-true products, once you scratch the surface the difficulties with hydrogen emerge.

    Metal embrittlement, via molecular weakening of steel, ensures hydrogen cannot be loaded into existing gas pipelines beyond a small percentage mix.
    Electrolysis consumes 50 kWh (an average household consumes 16 kWh) and 9 kg of water for every kilogram of hydrogen gas. But one kg of hydrogen gas can only produce enough electricity for one household (18 kWh)
    Low energy content by volume (one third the energy content of natural gas), means that mixing hydrogen into a natural gas pipeline dilutes the energy content, consuming more gas overall.
    Modelling assumptions by the CSIRO (National Hydrogen Roadmap, Table 45) place green hydrogen costs at around $6,000 per tonne with an 85% capacity factor, but the green hydrogen dream is powered by wind and solar with a lifetime 30% capacity factor; meanwhile hydrogen from coal (by gasification) costs around $2,000/t.
    Hydrogen gasElectricity required for hydrogen gas production is five times the amount generated by a gas turbine burning hydrogen.
    Media and lobby groups want us to believe the environmental benefits of green hydrogen lay in its ability to replace coal, gas and oil in heavy industry such as steel, transport and fertilisers. They fail to address how these industries are expected to retool, reinvest and rebuild to become the massive hydrogen consumers required to meet net-zero targets. Not to mention the resources necessary to produce and transport the enormous amounts of hydrogen required to replace coal, gas and oil — a complete industrial revolution.

    Twiggy Forrest is preaching 15 million tonnes per year of green hydrogen production in Australia. This will require 750 TWh of electricity production, more than three times Australia’s total annual electricity demand (224 TWh), along with 135 million tonnes of water. In keeping with green hydrogen theology, that 750 TWh requires 285,000 MW of intermittent wind and solar capacity. That is almost five times Australia’s total generation capacity from all sources (60,000 MW). It is a lofty goal considering the last twelve months of wind and solar generation in the entire country would produce just over 1 million tonnes of green hydrogen.

    In these figures lies the truth behind the renewable lobby’s support for green hydrogen. The last two decades’ subsidies and targets for wind and solar are miniscule compared to the bonanza of taxpayer money about to be sacrificed on green hydrogen in the name of net-zero. Since green hydrogen stands on the shoulders of wind and solar, the renewables lobby is being handed the keys to the kingdom — a wind and solar industry so large the domestic electricity market is a mere side effect.

    It is telling that the planet is not already powered by hydrogen. There is no green hydrogen industry. There are only corporates and lobby groups with their hands out for taxpayer funding, and a bunch of politicians only too willing to hand it over.

    Ben Beattie is an electrical engineer in the power and natural gas sector.

    https://spectator.com.au/2021/10/hydrogen-hype-or-net-zero-hero/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MDS%20%2020211022%20%20GK&utm_content=MDS%20%2020211022%20%20GK+CID_c65fa6f1067cc1fd3fc135aafb2b0946&utm_source=CampaignMonitor_Australia&utm_term=Hydrogen%20hype%20or%20net-zero%20hero


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  76. Steve trickler says:

    Those camps being built for the un-jabbed could indeed become handy. Use them instead as prisons. Doctors, GP’s and nurses who have been willing participants in jabbing people with this toxic muck, should end up in them. All of them. All those in the hierarchy above them need to hang.

    The medical establishment is corrupted to the hilt. It’s taken the greatest crime in human history, still unfolding, to really expose it. Anyone going along with this WEF-WHO agenda should suffer. No excuses for anyone claiming to be ignorant of the overwhelming evidence that now exists.


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  77. mh says:

    ‘Victoria’s daily coronavirus numbers are in.

    The state has recorded 2189 new, locally acquired cases of COVID-19 and 16 deaths.’
    ***


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  78. Steve trickler says:

    Go Ron!

    *****
    Stew Peters Show:

    Governor Ron DeSantis is bringing the PAIN! If you’re an employer that requires a COVID shot as a condition of employment, be ready to pay the price!

    BIG BALLS: Gov Ron DeSantis Hammers Down on Vaxx Mandate

    9:46


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  79. mh says:

    Courier Paywall

    Unmasked: Shoppers’ bare-faced shame in middle of Covid-19 crisis
    Gold Coast residents seem unfazed by the risk of a new Covid-19 outbreak, as more than half of the shoppers taking to one of the region’s busiest retail precincts went without masks.

    ***

    Boomer Mick will be furious!


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  80. egg_ says:

    In Australia we not only have to battle the tyranny of Federal and State governments, we also have the tyranny of corporatism.
    _______

    With ALDI white bread corporate bureaucrats now enforcing that their swarthy hordes of wukkas be Frankenvaxxed.


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