Month: April 2022

  • Are Australians stupid enough to elect our own version of Joe Biden?

    We shall soon see. From Scott Morrison invokes Anthony Albanese’s socialist left faction in attack on Labor’s national security credentials. The government has repeatedly attacked the Opposition Leader and his frontbench on their ties with China as well as cuts to the defence and intelligence budget when it was last in power. Mr Morrison in…

  • Is the Russian economy really the size of Spain’s?

    The above is a great short thread on the ‘tiny Russian economy’ meme doing the rounds a few weeks back: Arnaud Bertrand@RnaudBertrand·40mReplying to@RnaudBertrandTo him “the war made us realize that the Russian economy is considerably more important than we thought” He says that a big reason for this misjudgment is exchange rates. If you compare…

  • Meme of the Day #33

  • Feeling lonely?

  • Weekend Reading #1

    Fake Gay History, River Page, Compact A Fidesz Earthquake Shakes Europe, Gladden Pappin, The Postliberal Order The Boy Who Cried Wolfsangel, Currency Lad, The Currency Lad Explosive Pennsylvania Testimony Explains How Leftist Money Infiltrated Election Offices In 2020, Margot Cleveland, The Federalist The Military Situation In The Ukraine, Jacques Baud, Unz Review

  • Meme of the Day #32

  • Open Thread – Weekend 9 April

  • WolfmanOz at the Movies #15

    Inspector Callahan Or Dirty Harry, is one of Clint Eastwood’s most iconic film characters, along with The Man With No Name. There were five films produced between 1971 and 1988 featuring the San Francisco Police Department Homicide Division Inspector Harry Callahan; in which the character became notorious for his unorthodox, violent and utterly ruthless actions…

  • Untenable end games don’t produce enduring peace

    Ex-footballer Matt Le Tissier, now aged 53, resigned from his role as ambassador for his old club Southampton for retweeting a sceptical post about the events in Bucha. Apparently, the post noted the media lies about Saddam’s WMDs, Covid, and Hunter’s laptop, and queried whether the truth was being told about Bucha. Twitter outrage followed;…

  • Donbass (2016)

    This is an extraordinary documentary. People would do well to keep this in mind when considering the unfolding of events presently in the Russ0-Ukraine conflict. On the ‘age-restriction’ above, having viewed the video, I have no idea why it is instituted apart from making the dissemination of this documentary more difficult.