Open Thread – Weekend 18 June 2022


Fishing Boats at Honfleur, Claude Monet, 1868

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Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
June 18, 2022 9:55 pm

Dotsays:

June 18, 2022 at 9:48 pm

MT – you can’t win. For example:

Q: Does my house sized bottomage look ample in this?

There is NEVER a correct answer to this.

Even a brief hesitation while the cogs whirr in the brain can be fatal.

John Sheldrick
June 18, 2022 9:56 pm

‘It’s simply saying that the government should not have the ability to decide what an individual does with her own body — let her make that decision with her pastor or her rabbi, or whoever she consults,’ added Harris. ‘But it should not be the government making that decision.’

His or her own body as well. Which is why Jab mandates were so wrong. My body and my choice. Informed consent and all that.

Indolent
Indolent
June 18, 2022 10:00 pm
Morsie
Morsie
June 18, 2022 10:00 pm

The Olympics wil be fun if the US selects Lie Thomas and he defeats one of our swimmers.
The screaming will start and there will be a recalibration of the attitude to trans athletes in the popular media I suspect.

GreyRanga
GreyRanga
June 18, 2022 10:16 pm

Morsie I want see the freak line up with the women and they just stand there until he is finished. If they’re not willing to take a stand they deserve whatever is served up.

Rabz
June 18, 2022 10:19 pm

Q: Does my house sized bottomage look ample in this?
There is NEVER a correct answer to this.

Right – here we go:

Miss Ellie: “Hey Rabz, do you appreciate my new house sized bottomage?”

Rabz: “Indeed I do, Miss Ellie, let’s savour it and listen to some Soul and Motown while we “get it on”, you li’l temptress”

And indeed they subsequently did … 🙂

Rabz
June 18, 2022 10:28 pm

Err, in an overdue attempt to inject some gravitas into the proceedings – Seriously, Cats – what is going on, I asks ya?

John Sheldrick
June 18, 2022 10:29 pm

The Olympics wil be fun if the US selects Lie Thomas and he defeats one of our swimmers.
The screaming will start and there will be a recalibration of the attitude to trans athletes in the popular media I suspect.

LOL. Such short memories a lot of these people have. The East Germans and others did these tricks for years. All those “women” athletes that won shed loads of Medals in those “Games”.

What a load of bollocks.

Farmer Gez
Farmer Gez
June 18, 2022 10:30 pm

Zoe Daniel starts taking about expensive cheese and then proposes a tax.

https://thenewdaily.com.au/opinion/2022/06/18/zoe-daniel-coalition-energy-crisis/

Zoe is very very stupid.

MatrixTransform
June 18, 2022 10:32 pm

And indeed they subsequently did …

after which, they went to Macpac and bought his and hers tents and matching thermal underwear

she wrote a song about it.

he wondered what real life was like

John Sheldrick
June 18, 2022 10:33 pm

Err, in an overdue attempt to inject some gravitas into the proceedings – Seriously, Cats – what is going on, I asks ya?

Err……………………..I think that I heard it in the Grapevine…………………………….

MatrixTransform
June 18, 2022 10:34 pm

Seriously, Cats – what is going on, I asks ya?

faaark …. that was quick !!

Bluey
Bluey
June 18, 2022 10:43 pm

Sancho Panzersays:
June 18, 2022 at 9:02 pm
Bluey at 8:08.

Plenty of problems like that in regional areas, but Dan couldn’t give a shit.

Interesting.
Stawell is in the electorate of Ripon which is held by the Liberals with a margin of 15 (yes, fifteen) votes.
The questions Dan would have asked about the brickworks …
.1 Which electorate is it in?
.2 Is it a union shop?
.3 If so, which union?
Nothing else matters to him.
His indifference tells me that, despite Ripon sitting on a margin of a handful of votes, they have written off Ripon as no hope of an ALP win.

From what I hear, the coalition don’t particularly care either. There’s a strong feeling from people I know as far as both parties that if it’s outside Melbourne it doesn’t matter.
Look at the $$$ spent on Melbourne vs. the dribbles in regional areas, about the most significant thing I can think of was the western highway extension.

Oh, and the renewables scams of course. It’s fine to stick wind towers where they won’t be seen everyday by the inner city snobs.

shatterzzz
June 18, 2022 10:45 pm

Jason Taylor in the Easts box wearing a North Sydney Bears jersey .. LOL!
Didn’t he start out at Wests, not long after Tim Brasher was at Balmain?

Yep 1990 – 1993 but made his name with the Bears 1994 -1999/Bears demise .. captain .. coupla seasons with the Manly/Bears failed franchise then Parramatta and 1st player in thugby to score a total of 2 000 points overall …..

Rabz
June 18, 2022 10:46 pm

Inner City Bleus … 😕

H B Bear
H B Bear
June 18, 2022 10:47 pm

Zoe Daniel starts taking about expensive cheese and then proposes a tax

If Zoe is going to subsidise Bouche d’Affinois she has my vote. $60 a kilo is killing me.

John Sheldrick
June 18, 2022 11:01 pm

Get out of those cities

No where to run. No where to hide.

Rubbish. Just head for the hills.

JC
JC
June 18, 2022 11:10 pm

The other issue raised in that article that is going to be consequential in future is transhumanism of which transgenderism is but an angle. That will raise issues that will probably lead to war.

How would it possibly lead to war?

I’ve never would have believed the number of young dudes dressed and “tit’ed” as women as I saw in NY this time. It was beyond proportion to population. Seriously strange as. The only thing I can think of is that it’s NYC which attracts those sorts of the country is going trans.

JC
JC
June 18, 2022 11:13 pm

or the country..

Rabz
June 18, 2022 11:14 pm

I’ve never would have believed the number of young dudes …

… lusting after slimbos and trimbos.

Same as it ever was

Rabz
June 18, 2022 11:18 pm

While experiencing a very very great curve

JC
JC
June 18, 2022 11:20 pm

More about Transhumanism.

Has anyone had a recent medical procedure? You’re called at home before entering hospital and the admission nurse on the other end rattles off yes or no questions to medical issues and then goes onto medical implants such as limb joint implants and many others. We are becoming more robotic.

In the next 3o years or so, people will be adding brain implants to increase intelligence. Those taking the risk of someone messing about with your brain will be doing this and changing their lives in a huge way.

Rabz
June 18, 2022 11:24 pm

Has anyone had a recent medical procedure?

Is that when certain weird personages who may or may not be of this planet stick something indeterminate up your yartz?

Then no, I haven’t experienced it yet, Squire.

Bruce in WA
June 18, 2022 11:33 pm

Some people have way more time and way more talent than I (the latter not being difficult).

This is just brilliant:

Top Gun: Maverick — in Lego! No joke; watch it and be impressed.

Bourne1879
Bourne1879
June 18, 2022 11:41 pm

From CM article on FDA approval for Vax for youngest kids.

“Efficacy against infection was higher for Pfizer, with the company placing it at 80 per cent, compared to Moderna’s estimates of 51 per cent for children aged six-months to two years old and 37 per cent for those aged two to five years.

But the Pfizer figure is based on very few cases and is thus considered preliminary.

Preliminary. Article from yesterday used the word “experimental”.

Brisbane Times has article indicating that Vax for kids will probably be approved here in a couple of months.

Rabz
June 18, 2022 11:54 pm

the inner city snobs

Yeah, we’re here – existing in the inner city. I was a snob while a collectivist.

Suddenly not being a collectivist just made a lot of sense.

Renouncing the heavy burden that hypocrisy had laden on my shoulders made a lot of sense.

When I was a collectivist life was laden with idiotic idiocies. For example, gee, am I allowed to lust after that HBOT?

A question that should not need answering. 🙂

MatrixTransform
June 19, 2022 12:02 am

twisted willie

devil in a sleepin’ bag

MatrixTransform
June 19, 2022 12:13 am

twisted willie

jello biafra

Nelson_Kidd-Players
Nelson_Kidd-Players
June 19, 2022 12:13 am

Eyriesays:
June 18, 2022 at 6:07 pm

Went around the corner and he’s washing his “new” car. 2006 Bentley with W 12 motor. 51000km. Gets about 15l/100Km around town.500+ HP, twin turbo. Nice to sit in. Hate to think what servicing costs might be.

$20K in repairs? CAR WIZARD finds ’01 Bentley Arnage is more $$$ to fix than a Lambo! Lots to sort!

I’ll stick to my current fleet, I think. 🙂

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
June 19, 2022 12:18 am

Q: Does my house sized bottomage look ample in this?

There is NEVER a correct answer to this.

Of course there is.

Q: Does my house sized bottomage look ample in this?

A: ‘Compared to what?’

Nelson_Kidd-Players
Nelson_Kidd-Players
June 19, 2022 12:21 am

MatrixTransform says:
June 18, 2022 at 6:39 pm

A gas instantaneous system

downside is that you may need to upgrade not just the hot water unit but also the gas supply piping from yr meter to the appliance.

In some case you may have to upgrade the pipes fro the street to the meter as well

I thought instantaneous would also last longer without a tank to corrode. We got 15 years before it gave out and got replaced. My Mum’s Rheem 135 litre has been going since the mid ’90s, defying it’s 5-year warranty.

MatrixTransform
June 19, 2022 12:29 am

a lot of tanks are glass lined

MatrixTransform
June 19, 2022 12:52 am
Nelson_Kidd-Players
Nelson_Kidd-Players
June 19, 2022 12:55 am

I did have an old tank HWS fail once. First sign was a warm-but-not-hot morning shower. The pin hole in the tank was quite evident by the escaping H2O. I screwed a self-tapper into the hole (taken from the cover I’d just removed – wouldn’t miss it now…) and that worked fine for a few days until the new system was installed.

When the instantaneous HWS failed it was game over, no hot water, do not pass go.

Bluey
Bluey
June 19, 2022 12:56 am

Q: Does my house sized bottomage look ample in this?

There is NEVER a correct answer to this

Could always just play queen’s fat bottomed girls.

I don’t get asked that question though, something about giving honest answers….

Franx
Franx
June 19, 2022 1:05 am

Bluey, but those wind towers are a thing of beauty. Nature roboticised. Forests are passé.

JC
JC
June 19, 2022 2:05 am
jupes
jupes
June 19, 2022 3:20 am
bespoke
bespoke
June 19, 2022 3:40 am

dover0beachsays:
June 18, 2022 at 5:50 pm
No kidding, these goddamn whites are going to destroy America with their brazen criminality.

People that talk about gun control without addressing videos like that aren’t being serious.

Yep, nothing will improve until the culture changes.

Winston Smith
June 19, 2022 3:51 am

Dot:

Q: Does my house sized bottomage look ample in this?
There is NEVER a correct answer to this.

An incorrect answer:
“It makes you look like Humphrey B Bear.”.
Said in 1990, one week before my first divorce.
🙂

Tom
Tom
June 19, 2022 4:01 am
Tom
Tom
June 19, 2022 4:08 am

What a fizzer: 2-1 favourite Home Affairs (J: J. McDonald; T: C. Waller) was an also-ran in the group 1 Platinum Jubilee sprint (1200m) on the final day of the Royal Ascot carnival. The only other Australian runner, Artorius (T: Sam and Anthony Freedman), tied for third.

Gabor
Gabor
June 19, 2022 4:21 am

Tom says:
June 19, 2022 at 4:08 am

What a fizzer: 2-1 favourite Home Affairs (J: J. McDonald; T: C. Waller) was an also-ran in the group 1 Platinum Jubilee sprint (1200m) on the final day of the Royal Ascot carnival. The only other Australian runner, Artorius (T: Sam and Anthony Freedman), tied for third.

Tell me about it.
sad face

Gabor
Gabor
June 19, 2022 4:49 am

Gas anyone?
The cooking and heating kind.
Germany gets 60% less and France none, Italy 50% less.
Seems like sanctions can work both ways.

Ed Case
Ed Case
June 19, 2022 5:21 am

Are the Pritzkers in the Pharma Business?

You may be thinking of the Sacklers, owners of Purdue Pharma.

Mak Siccar
Mak Siccar
June 19, 2022 5:24 am

My bad, confusing output temperature with storage temperature (because I’ve had an instantaneous gas hot water system for 8+ years whose temperature setting, as I recall, is 50 oC ).

https://www.vba.vic.gov.au/consumers/guides/hot-water-safety

Hot water safety

Each year, hot tap water causes serious scalds to many small children and elderly or disabled people around Australia. More than 90 per cent of these scalds occur in the bathroom, where the delivery temperature of water from showers or taps is too high and a person cannot react quickly enough to avoid scalding.

At 68°C, it can take as little as one second to cause a full thickness scald.
At 50°C degrees, it takes five minutes.
This may not seem a big difference in temperature, but it can mean the difference between scarring for life, agonising pain, hospitalisation and skin grafts, or a relatively minor injury. In some cases, severe scalding can even result in death.

This is why the plumbing laws require a maximum temperature of 50°C at the outlets of each shower head or tap. This is hot enough for a bath or shower, but not hot enough to cause severe scalding.

The exception to the 50°C temperature requirement are premises intended for children, the elderly or people with disabilities – such as early childhood centres, schools, nursing homes or similar facilities. These premises have a maximum hot water delivery temperature of 45°C.

Tempering
Hot water needs to be stored above 60°C in hot water systems to prevent bacteria growth (such as Legionella), but a tempering valve ensures that the water comes out of the tap at a lower temperature.

Hot water systems installed before 5 August 1998 are unlikely to be tempered, but there are various ways of reducing the temperature of the water outlets, depending on your type of hot water system.

Ed Case
Ed Case
June 19, 2022 5:27 am

A bit late now, but worth reading:

Why Albo wins, and ScoMo loses, with women voters — Graham Young (The AFR):
“These personalities collide in a period when female preferences in men appear to be shifting, and combine with a widespread social valorisation of the victim to give Albanese an edge with the key female demographic in an election where sentiment is more potent than policy. Women feel safer with, and more nurturing of, Albanese than Morrison, and Morrison’s behaviour during the campaign has further accentuated that tendency.

“If you hit Albanese, it’s going to make a certain proportion of the female vote feel more nurturing and caring for him. Yet, the Coalition campaign has been one long sledge of Albanese. Of course Labor probably started the sledging with a long-running campaign against Morrison’s character, but as the alpha, he’s presumed to be able to take it, and as a bit of a bully, it’s just rough justice. When Scott Morrison asks Jenny what she thinks he cops flak, but when Albanese says he always tries to think what his mother would do he gets applauded. This seems inconsistent but can be explained by the different personalities. Jenny is seen as being delegated to make a decision by Morrison, so that’s patriarchal alpha male, while Albanese is a delegate for his mother, that’s a loyal feminist beta male.”

rosie
rosie
June 19, 2022 5:48 am

My gas hot water service is about 28 years old.
Steady, hot and strong.

JC
JC
June 19, 2022 6:12 am
John Sheldrick
June 19, 2022 6:21 am

Q: Does my house sized bottomage look ample in this?

A: ‘Compared to what?’

A house.

Ed Case
Ed Case
June 19, 2022 6:40 am

Shit the bed, schmendrick?
Another day of you boring on about Greenies, Lefties and Pollies?

John Sheldrick
June 19, 2022 6:48 am

Dotsays:
June 18, 2022 at 7:06 pm
J O H N S H E L D R I C K is such an obvious anagram of DOT SHINE JC’s REK [rent boy slang for rectum], it’s not even funny

You almost have that to a T.

LOL. Another Dot by name and Dotty by nature comment. Keep those pussycat comments coming as it shows your level of intellectual capacity and IQ.

John Sheldrick
June 19, 2022 6:53 am

Shit the bed, schmendrick?
Another day of you boring on about Greenies, Lefties and Pollies?

LOL. Another very intellectual and incisive comment from a left wing nut job. Most of my comments are in reply to the shite comments that people like you make.

Just keep leading with the chin and I will keep taking a pop.

Please feel free to keep up your incisive and well thought out BS.

calli
calli
June 19, 2022 7:06 am

Give me a patriarchal alpha male any day.

feelthebern
feelthebern
June 19, 2022 7:07 am

This whole royalty regime to the NIH & CDC members/staff needs to be blown wide open.
The GOP won’t do anything though, even though Rand Paul will amplify it right up until the mid terms.

bespoke
bespoke
June 19, 2022 7:12 am

“If you hit Albanese, it’s going to make a certain proportion of the female vote feel more nurturing and caring for him. Yet, the Coalition campaign has been one long sledge of Albanese. Of course Labor probably started the sledging with a long-running campaign against Morrison’s character, but as the alpha, he’s presumed to be able to take it, and as a bit of a bully, it’s just rough justice. When Scott Morrison asks Jenny what she thinks he cops flak, but when Albanese says he always tries to think what his mother would do he gets applauded. This seems inconsistent but can be explained by the different personalities. Jenny is seen as being delegated to make a decision by Morrison, so that’s patriarchal alpha male, while Albanese is a delegate for his mother, that’s a loyal feminist beta male.”

Norsiating because it has merit.
Toxic maternalism.

John Sheldrick
June 19, 2022 7:16 am

Courtesy of the Jo Nova Blog –

In France the government is banning events “because of a heatwave” of 40 degrees C (104F) — as if adult mammals cannot figure out whether the temperature is too hot for their own health. Ancestors of mice and rats worked out their own temperature sensors and behaviour changes 200 million years ago. It’s a Big Government attempt to infantalize and gaslight the whole population. Will they obey?

It’s only the region around Bordeaux but will French teenagers accept being told to stay home in forty degree heat, something that millions of humans live with all over the world every summer?

More controlling shite from Big Gov’ment. Just go to the beach and swim with the sharks. That should fix it……………………..

Ed Case
Ed Case
June 19, 2022 7:21 am

Norsiating because it has merit.
Toxic maternalism.

Yeah.
The Australian‘s years long front page promotion of cold case murders makes sense as a PsyOp to condition women.

calli
calli
June 19, 2022 7:23 am

Curious George finds an idea.

Here, George. Have another one.

Thanks Tom.

Dover should use Mechanicangelo some time and see if anyone notices.

calli
calli
June 19, 2022 7:24 am

Too many tabs open! 😉

Found another corker.

calli
calli
June 19, 2022 7:32 am

More auto mechanics here.

Rex Anger
Rex Anger
June 19, 2022 7:33 am

Royal Air Force hands over famous Tornado bomber to WA’s Aviation Heritage Museum

So that’s where it went.

The Tornado has not been up at North Quay for about a month, having sat there for the best part of the two months prior.

I might have to go stick my nose in at the Bull Creek museum again some time soon. 🙂

Dot
Dot
June 19, 2022 7:34 am

It’s only the region around Bordeaux but will French teenagers accept being told to stay home in forty degree heat, something that millions of humans live with all over the world every summer?

None of them could figure out it was a good time for a swim, just wear some sunblock?

The West is doomed.

Rex Anger
Rex Anger
June 19, 2022 7:36 am

The Australian‘s years long front page promotion of cold case murders makes sense as a PsyOp to condition women

Grigs is still offended that Mummy and all the backpackers he has flensed over the years have never gotten him any further than the bottom paragraph of Page 13.

Gypsum and skin-suits just aren’t fashionable, Grigory. At least do something properly shocking, like keeping the bodies in your fridge and occasionally serving one up to your houseguests and neighbours in the meatloaf…

Dot
Dot
June 19, 2022 7:36 am

Um

Sheldrick

I was saying they were wrong. Unless they were playing along with these stupid theories put forward by NFI (Faulty) and Head Case (Groogs).

Carry on rewardless.

Dot
Dot
June 19, 2022 7:38 am

The Australian‘s years long front page promotion of cold case murders makes sense as a PsyOp to condition women

What does this weirdo think of Law and Order SVU?

Ed Case
Ed Case
June 19, 2022 7:45 am

Who, Ron de Santis?
No idea, probably whatever he’s told to think?

rickw
rickw
June 19, 2022 7:47 am

More auto mechanics here.

I think I need these for my shed!

rickw
rickw
June 19, 2022 7:47 am

Ooops, just reported Rex while scrolling…

John Sheldrick
June 19, 2022 7:49 am

Um

Sheldrick

I was saying they were wrong. Unless they were playing along with these stupid theories put forward by NFI (Faulty) and Head Case (Groogs).

Carry on rewardless.

Thanks Dotty and you can Carry on up the Khyber…………….

feelthebern
feelthebern
June 19, 2022 7:50 am

Happy Juneteeth everyone.

calli
calli
June 19, 2022 7:58 am

On recreations of old masters, creative people had a lot of fun during quarantine with many challenges from various museums/organisations.

Here’s one lot. It’s the other side of the coin. They made the most of an intolerable situation rather than falling in a heap.

bespoke
bespoke
June 19, 2022 7:59 am

Ooops, just reported Rex while scrolling…

I thought everyone did.

calli
calli
June 19, 2022 8:01 am

I “reported” JC last night.

Please don’t tell him.

Boambee John
Boambee John
June 19, 2022 8:03 am

Ed Casesays:
June 19, 2022 at 5:27 am
A bit late now, but worth reading:

Why Albo wins, and ScoMo loses, with women voters — Graham Young (The AFR):

It says much about Dickless that he appears to believe that the pseudo-psychological claptrap in the AFR article was worth repeating, rather than using the print version for a more productive purpose.

Ed Case
Ed Case
June 19, 2022 8:04 am

Interesting Great War article from Unz Review.

Rex Anger
Rex Anger
June 19, 2022 8:05 am

Ooops, just reported Rex while scrolling…

I irritated a vatnik yesterday.

I probably deserved it.

132andBush
132andBush
June 19, 2022 8:06 am

Ed Case says:
June 19, 2022 at 5:27 am

A bit late now, but worth reading:

Condescending gibberish.

Rex Anger
Rex Anger
June 19, 2022 8:07 am

I thought everyone did.

You behave yourself, or I’ll swap your Grader keys with someone else’s Roller… 😛

Rex Anger
Rex Anger
June 19, 2022 8:11 am

At least do something properly shocking, like keeping the bodies in your fridge and occasionally serving one up to your houseguests and neighbours in the meatloaf…

meatloaf…

I Would Do Anything for a good Meatloaf

#ButIWon’tDoThat

John Sheldrick
June 19, 2022 8:11 am
Rex Anger
Rex Anger
June 19, 2022 8:12 am

It says much about Dickless that he appears to believe that the pseudo-psychological claptrap in the AFR article was worth repeating, rather than using the print version for a more productive purpose.

Even thawing corpses refuse to bleed on the AFR these days…

sfw
sfw
June 19, 2022 8:16 am

Winter is hard on roads and most repairs are delayed or just patched up until asphalt season, however the state of roads in NE Vic is the worst I’ve seen it. The Hume is ok of course but when you get off it be careful. I know Dan’s spending billions in Melbourne to shore up the CFMEU and the other unions but the rural is definitely being neglected. One of our local LDP members of the Vic upper house told me that Dan is pushing for 80kph limits on most rural roads aside from highways, he’s using crap research from the usual culprit – the Monash Uni Road Accident Research Centre to justify it. Local member says the real reason is that if a road is rated at 80kph the the construction and maintenance of the road can be downgraded and that it will save Dan many millions of $, more to spend on his mates.

John Sheldrick
June 19, 2022 8:21 am
132andBush
132andBush
June 19, 2022 8:21 am

I think Special Ed is a “loyal feminist beta male”.

It certainly explains a lot.

Ed Case
Ed Case
June 19, 2022 8:22 am

Condescending gibberish.

Graham Young’s analysis was based on his Polling, which predicted what ended up happening on Election Day.
Here’s some more from the Australian Institute for Progress.

Rex Anger
Rex Anger
June 19, 2022 8:24 am

Australian Institute for Progress.

I think I’ve found your problem, ma’am…

Mak Siccar
Mak Siccar
June 19, 2022 8:24 am

John Sheldrick says:
June 19, 2022 at 8:21 am
Puccini at his best –

My favourite opera guru. I have a photo of me standing next to his statue in his birthtown of Lucca.

Rex Anger
Rex Anger
June 19, 2022 8:25 am

I think Special Ed is a “loyal feminist beta male”.

It certainly explains a lot.

He always did like Mummy.

That’s why he keeps her tanned hide in a rocking chair in the basement, and periodically flenses another victim to help keep her looking fresh…

H B Bear
H B Bear
June 19, 2022 8:28 am

I must ask someone how much it costs to get the Bentley serviced. And how you do it. Perhaps someone at the club might know.

Ed Case
Ed Case
June 19, 2022 8:29 am

Sexual Orientation and Psychological Disorder.
James Thompson, Unz Review

Rex Anger
Rex Anger
June 19, 2022 8:30 am

@ Mak Siccar-

Puccini at his best –

My favourite opera guru. I have a photo of me standing next to his statue in his birthtown of Lucca.

Did you ever see the episode of Spicks and Specks, where Aussie soprano Antoinette Halloran admitted to accidentally messing up his preserved bed while trying to dress for a commemorative performance at Lucca?

Kinda awkward, but a funny anecdote.

H B Bear
H B Bear
June 19, 2022 8:31 am

I think you’ll find Mother is still in her chair in the lounge room. Where she’s been since 1975.

Rex Anger
Rex Anger
June 19, 2022 8:33 am

Though the best Spicks crossover I ever experienced was seeing this guy on the telly:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-OHRxZcfYFE

And then seeing him live at the Perth Fringe Festival a year or two later.

I’ve never been so impressed by another man’s organ…

H B Bear
H B Bear
June 19, 2022 8:33 am

Groogs. Nobody is interested in your book recommendations. Do you have to read it as part of your parole conditions?

Farmer Gez
Farmer Gez
June 19, 2022 8:38 am

Zoe Daniel proposes a tax on suppliers to fix a supply problem.
Tony Burke arguing that a 5.2% wage rise is needed to combat inflation.
CHO claims more vaccinations are needed to keep the vaccinated safe.

I’m staring to see a trend.

Rex Anger
Rex Anger
June 19, 2022 8:40 am

I think you’ll find Mother is still in her chair in the lounge room. Where she’s been since 1975.

So what’s in the basement?

[Realisation Dawns]

Oh…

Farmer Gez
Farmer Gez
June 19, 2022 8:42 am

I’m staring.
That’s what you get when you can’t find your reading glasses.

P
P
June 19, 2022 8:42 am

Neil Oliver: Covid has been used to green light the revolution those in power had in mind.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gkt78vsNMtM

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
June 19, 2022 8:43 am

Use of the word Aborigine has negative effects on Aboriginals.

Just fuck off you morons.

Does being spat at, and called a “white count” for refusing to hand over “just twenty bucks until pension day” have a negative effect? Asking for a friend.

rickw
rickw
June 19, 2022 8:50 am

I’m staring to see a trend.

The Imbecile Class.

JC
JC
June 19, 2022 8:52 am

Zoe Daniel proposes a tax on suppliers to fix a supply problem.

Who is the fucking stupid bint proposing to tax in order to increase production? So fucking moronic she deserves to be in parliament.

Hugh
June 19, 2022 8:54 am

JC:
June 18, 2022 at 5:31 pm

stick in the mud, stick up the arse, semi-constipated northern Euros

True, but at least the trains run on time. I will concede, though, that some of those dago tarts are pretty easy on the eye.

bespoke
bespoke
June 19, 2022 8:56 am

Please don’t report JC’s comments just for giggles.

Real Deal
Real Deal
June 19, 2022 9:01 am

Every time a link to news.com.au comes up on my feed the article has “insane” in it. Wouldn’t that be seen as offensive to people with mental illness? I thought the wokeys who run that site wouldn’t want to offend them. Everything is “insane”. Lisa’s project comments, The Cowboy’s match winning try, Kim Kardashian’s dress – all “insane”. Don’t these UTS trained journalists have a thesaurus?

sfw
sfw
June 19, 2022 9:01 am

Someone told me that Andrews has dropped the vax mandates to work, if true where can I find it in writing?

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
June 19, 2022 9:04 am

H B Bearsays:

June 19, 2022 at 8:28 am

I must ask someone how much it costs to get the Bentley serviced. And how you do it. Perhaps someone at the club might know.

The chaps at my club all have a Bentley mechanic on staff.

Farmer Gez
Farmer Gez
June 19, 2022 9:10 am

ABC
Employers will still be able to set their own workplace conditions with regards to vaccination status.

One of the most disgusting uses of coercive power by unelected and unqualified masters.
Modern slave class.
“We own your body, boy”

areff
areff
June 19, 2022 9:10 am

Zoe Daniel thinks really, really hard. It’s not pretty:

The Coalition’s denial of climate science created this energy crisis

Cassie of Sydney
June 19, 2022 9:11 am

I keep hearing that Morrison had a “woman problem”. Morrison had both a “woman problem” and a “man problem”, in other words he had a problem with the Australian voter…full stop. The public stopped trusting him, the public stopped liking him…in fact many, like me, loathed him. All he did was stab those in his party or on his side of politics in the back, confirmed by Andrew Laming this week. A good leader sticks by his men and women. Not Morrison, think how he quickly he dumped on George Pell, Bettina Arndt, SAS soldiers, Alan Tudge, Andrew Laming, Christian Porter, Craig Kelly, George Christensen, Bruce Lehmann, a litany of Morrison corpses.

Actually, when I think of it, the left were right about Morrison’s character. He’s not missed and his final coup de grace to the Australian people? He gifted us Albanese, Burke, Bowen and Marles.

Thanks Scott.

H B Bear
H B Bear
June 19, 2022 9:13 am

Zoe Daniel proposes a tax on suppliers to fix a supply problem

Zoe is from the Alberscreechi school of economics.

Cassie of Sydney
June 19, 2022 9:15 am

“So fucking moronic she deserves to be in parliament.”

The moronic voters of Goldstein voted for this disgrace.

It’s going to be a long and hard three years.

Zipster
Zipster
June 19, 2022 9:16 am
Cassie of Sydney
June 19, 2022 9:16 am

“Zoe is from the Alberscreechi school of economics.”

Yep……a school run by their ABC.

H B Bear
H B Bear
June 19, 2022 9:18 am

The chaps at my club all have a Bentley mechanic on staff.

Sound. Like buying two Jaguars or Range Rovers so you always have a spare.

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
June 19, 2022 9:29 am

SAS soldiers,

Good luck attracting applicants for SASR selection after this – “Give your all for your country, we’ll throw you under a bus whenever we please.”

Oh, and don’t forget apologizing to Brittany Higgins, while the case was before the Courts.

duncanm
duncanm
June 19, 2022 9:32 am

Winston Smithsays:
June 18, 2022 at 6:26 pm
Miserable old bitch.
Kid draws a picture with chalk and Karen doesn’t like it.

this bloke deals with kids the right way.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xj-J0NUuk8

GreyRanga
GreyRanga
June 19, 2022 9:32 am

Morrison’s character. He had none Cassie. Stood for nothing. Somebody had to be running him cause he could only do what he was told. Figurehead only.

lotocoti
lotocoti
June 19, 2022 9:36 am

They made the most of an intolerable situation rather than falling in a heap.

‘Portrait of known woman with a medal for NHS staff’
smacks of Battered Wife Syndrome.

shatterzzz
June 19, 2022 9:38 am

The Australian‘s years long front page promotion of cold case murders makes sense as a PsyOp to condition women

And in case anyone missed it the Mail Online has another (no #74) Tyrell episode up & running ..!

duncanm
duncanm
June 19, 2022 9:39 am

Farmer Gezsays:
June 18, 2022 at 10:30 pm
Zoe is very very stupid.

atomic levels of stupid right there.

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
June 19, 2022 9:40 am

Dotsays:

June 19, 2022 at 7:36 am

Um

Sheldrick

I was saying they were wrong.

Dot, did you actually read my comment at 6:36?
If you had I doubt you would have served up more ‘thoughtful and incisive’ commentary on the matter.

Ed Case
Ed Case
June 19, 2022 9:44 am

Scotty had a Women Problem.
It wasn’t imaginary and it’s what did him in.
The time to throw him to the sharks was about 2 years ago, round about the time that Christian Porter started having problems.

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
June 19, 2022 9:45 am

From JS’ link at 7.16:

In France the government is banning events “because of a heatwave” of 40 degrees C (104F)

Typical. Surrendering to the Sun now, although it must be said that 40C to Frenchies is like 85C to normal humans. Appalling people – a list of decent Frenchmen follows:

Vercingetorix
Charles Martel
Charlemagne
William the Conqueror
Raymond IV, Count of Toulouse
Michel Ney
Phillippe Leclerc de Hauteclocque

That’s it.

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
June 19, 2022 9:46 am

Sound. Like buying two Jaguars or Range Rovers so you always have a spare.

A couple of years ago I saw a bloke on the M8 near Bacchus Marsh driving a Kombi towing a trailer … with Kombi on it.
I said to Mrs P, “Someone has finally figured out how to improve the reliability of Intrepid Voyages by Kombi.”

bespoke
bespoke
June 19, 2022 9:47 am

duncanmsays:

June 19, 2022 at 9:32 am

Good guy with chalk.!

Cheers

Megan
Megan
June 19, 2022 9:48 am

Figurehead only.

Sacked at that as well

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
June 19, 2022 9:48 am

Appalling people – a list of decent Frenchmen follows:

And the bloke who invented Bear’s favourite – Dauphonoise cheese.

Megan
Megan
June 19, 2022 9:48 am

Sacked=sucked.

Ed Case
Ed Case
June 19, 2022 9:48 am

Oh, and don’t forget apologizing to Brittany Higgins, while the case was before the Courts.
The Apology was for Ms. Higgins being victimised by the Coalition as a problem employee, not for anything else.

Megan
Megan
June 19, 2022 9:50 am

Im seeing a pattern here.

My new Galaxy phone’s autocorrupt has been written by a millennial version of Mary Whitehouse. Hates rude words or anything mildly insulting

Roger
Roger
June 19, 2022 9:52 am

Morrison’s character. He had none Cassie. Stood for nothing. Somebody had to be running him cause he could only do what he was told. Figurehead only.

When he became PM nobody was running him, that was the problem. His vacuity was exposed.

sfw
sfw
June 19, 2022 9:54 am

Found the latest Vic stupidity at Michael Smith

https://www.michaelsmithnews.com/2022/06/victoria-still-hard-at-it.html

lotocoti
lotocoti
June 19, 2022 9:56 am

Meanwhile, in that green and pleasant land,
the Chef’s kiss of wokery.
(Linton-on-Ouse is that wee village soon to be swamped with 30 year old minors
who’ve crossed Europe on a desperate quest for safety.)

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
June 19, 2022 9:56 am

Real Deal at 9.01:

Every time a link to news.com.au comes up on my feed the article has “insane” in it

Standard fare for the work experience kiddies, learning how to clickbait from future mummy bloggers.

If the header (or content) doesn’t have ‘insane’, ‘stunning’, ‘viral’, ‘will shock you’, ‘shocking’, ‘more shocking than’ or ‘internet’ in it, it’s spiked.

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
June 19, 2022 9:57 am

When he became PM nobody was running him, that was the problem. His vacuity was exposed.

I suspect his singular “success” in politics (Sovereign Borders) was run by the PM’s department and immigration departmental heads.
He went along with it while it was popular. Had it ceased to be popular he would have been shoving department flunkies under the bus at a rapid rate.

Roger
Roger
June 19, 2022 9:58 am

Appalling people – a list of decent Frenchmen follows:

Blaise Pascal.

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
June 19, 2022 10:00 am

Plastic Bertrand.

Cassie of Sydney
June 19, 2022 10:00 am

“Oh, and don’t forget apologizing to Brittany Higgins, while the case was before the Courts.”

Worse than unforgiveable.

As for the Brittaneeeee case, I believe it’ll end up in the HC, and it will another judgment akin to the Pell one. And one of the reasons will be the Morrison input. The whole forthcoming trial, which starts in two days (I think) is prejudiced. He’s not going to get a fair trial.

Roger
Roger
June 19, 2022 10:01 am

I suspect his singular “success” in politics (Sovereign Borders) was run by the PM’s department and immigration departmental heads.

And its operational success was due to Angus Campbell – credit where it’s due.

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
June 19, 2022 10:01 am

Rene Artois.

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
June 19, 2022 10:01 am

Blaise Pascal.

Yep – the bloke that invented lollies.

He’s on the list.

win
win
June 19, 2022 10:02 am

Morrisson with a lump of coal on the floor of parliament is not the lumpen zero emmissions and covid 19 individual as pm. some one has to be holding something over him . Probably the same people who believed that conservative voters have no one else to vote for. Arrogant twerps.

Cassie of Sydney
June 19, 2022 10:03 am

“I suspect his singular “success” in politics (Sovereign Borders) was run by the PM’s department and immigration departmental heads.
He went along with it while it was popular. Had it ceased to be popular he would have been shoving department flunkies under the bus at a rapid rate.”

Yep.

Top Ender
Top Ender
June 19, 2022 10:06 am

Robespierre

Zipster
Zipster
June 19, 2022 10:07 am

Beijing uses hardest Gaokao exam to lessen the employment challenge/Record 12M sit for 2022 Exam

China Insights

The 2022 Gaokao or college entrance exams, lasted 4 days and ended on June 10th. A record number of students attended the exam and many students and parents are confused as to why this year’s exams are so difficult.
The number of students taking the college entrance examination in 2021 reached 10.78 million, and the number of nationwide students enrolled in 2022 was 11.93 million, an increase of 1.15 million in one year, a record high. Such numbers also confirm that young people in China face increasingly limited options other than taking the college entrance exam.
While 11.93 million families are scrambling to get to the new starting line, another wave of people are already at the finish line of college life. 10.76 million college graduates are facing the “hardest employment season” in history in 2022.

bespoke
bespoke
June 19, 2022 10:08 am

lotocotisays:
June 19, 2022 at 9:56 am

Boomers (no offence) importing diaper technicians (no offence).

johanna
johanna
June 19, 2022 10:13 am

a list of decent Frenchmen follows

You forgot Gerard Depardieu.

Eyrie
Eyrie
June 19, 2022 10:14 am

We may struggle through a few electricity supply shortages but sooner or later we’ll have widespread blackouts.
Does anyone have a plausible endgame for all this? How we can believably get back to reliable, cheap electricity.
I just wrote to my Federal Member:
“Dear Garth,

When I saw you last September I asked how the LNP planned to keep the lights on and it was apparent with the adoption of net zero by the party that it didn’t have one.

I was wrong. It seems the plan was to lose the next election so it wasn’t the LNP’s problem. I applaud the sheer genius of the solution.

More seriously, that still leaves us with the current problem which has no visible end. I’ve bought a generator which will be wired in and converted to run on petrol or bottled gas. Third world method of getting a reasonably reliable electricity supply so the food in the fridge and freezer doesn’t go bad.

I can see plenty of businesses going broke, whole industries leaving the country and high unemployment, recession and worse than stagnation.

Do you see any way out of this mess?

Regards

H B Bear
H B Bear
June 19, 2022 10:14 am

SloMo ascension to PM echoes the Rt Hon Jim Hacker MP, still the greatest (and most realistic) political satire.

rugbyskier
rugbyskier
June 19, 2022 10:15 am

Plastic Bertrand.

He’s Belgian.

johanna
johanna
June 19, 2022 10:16 am

Plastic Bertie is Belgian, like Poirot, you Philistine.

johanna
johanna
June 19, 2022 10:16 am

Snap!

Delta A
Delta A
June 19, 2022 10:19 am

From Crikey.:

3D printers set to disrupt building sector

Australia’s construction industry may be in for a shake-up, with the arrival of commercial 3D house-printing technology capable of slashing build times and costs.

On the heels of the country’s first 3D-printed house – erected in three days Melbourne in January – COBOD, an international leader in the disruptive field, has partnered with Australian company Fortex to distribute its equipment.

Dr Faustus
Dr Faustus
June 19, 2022 10:19 am

It’s not often to hear applause when a new tax is proposed, but that is exactly what happened when I suggested on the ABC’s Q&A on Thursday night that we should levy the multi-national gas exporters for the unexpected profits they are receiving as a consequence of Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.

Let’s pretend that gas-fired generators really are buying their gas on the spot market at Putin Pricing.

Over the past three months, $400/MWh cost gas-fired electricity has made up 10% of the NEM supply.

In the same period, $0/MWh cost wind and solar have made up 25% of supply – and enjoyed the windfall profits of a gamed electricity market.

Tax the bastards, Zoe.
That renewable electricity should be too cheap to meter: tax them like a wheel of saganaki cheese.

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
June 19, 2022 10:20 am

Apropos of the Morrison commentary this morning:

He was a spokesman. That’s all he was.

As mentioned, Morrison was not the architect of Sovereign Borders. Angus Campbell’s underlings were. The vibe was ‘hard on reffos’ and Morrison delivered it to the press, stern and stony-faced.

Does anyone really think bring a lump of coal into Parliament was his idea? The vibe was getting stuck into the enviro-cockheads, he needed a prop guaranteed to make the papers, and his advisors thought it would be good. Which it was. But the sentiment wasn’t real.

Any time he tried to think for himself it failed, and failed dismally. Of course he was entitled to go on holidays overseas, but perhaps shouldn’t have at a time when massive bushfires were up. He knew, or should have known that it would give his critics free hits at the pinata.

‘I don’t hold a hose, mate.’ Undoubtedly his own work.

But what deservedly flayed him and put his skin on the castle walls was the deliberate enabling of seven rogue Premiers/Chief Ministers to unreasonably and unnecessarily destroy businesses, economies, and lives and families for two years, and he did this on the advice of the faceless men in the Liberal Party. There was no coming back from that.

All Morrison’s actual work was the equivalent of the Auslan interpreter at the daily covid conferences – saying what others told him to say. He’s consigned to the shit tip of history, and not before time.

Delta A
Delta A
June 19, 2022 10:20 am
Salvatore, Understaffed & Overworked Martyr to Govt Covid Stupidity

Zoe is from the Alberscreechi school of economics.

Gross income + asset value = profit.

Roger
Roger
June 19, 2022 10:21 am

Do you see any way out of this mess?

Shut down the interconnectors, for starters.

The plight of our southern neighbours thereafter should focus some minds on a solution.

Salvatore, Understaffed & Overworked Martyr to Govt Covid Stupidity

Zoe Daniel MHR is in touch with the issues occupying the sleepless hours of the regular voter:

A wheel of saganaki cheese has gone from $140 to $280 in a few short months and is still rising.

Boambee John
Boambee John
June 19, 2022 10:26 am

GreyRangasays:
June 19, 2022 at 9:32 am
Morrison’s character. He had none Cassie. Stood for nothing. Somebody had to be running him cause he could only do what he was told. Figurehead only.

Turdballs?

Ed Case
Ed Case
June 19, 2022 10:28 am

‘I don’t hold a hose, mate.’

Undoubtedly his own work.
You’re being dishonest there.
His minders were never going to let him be photographed by the Press with a fire hose on his hip.

duncanm
duncanm
June 19, 2022 10:29 am

Ex CSO for Pfizer points to problems with the idea of spike proteins for covid vax.

https://boriquagato.substack.com/p/stunning-interview-with-michael-yeadon

Boambee John
Boambee John
June 19, 2022 10:30 am

Ed Casesays:
June 19, 2022 at 9:44 am
Scotty had a Women Problem.
It wasn’t imaginary and it’s what did him in.
The time to throw him to the sharks was about 2 years ago, round about the time that Christian Porter started having problems.

Hang on, hang on, is this the same “Scotty” whom you were telling us only about six weeks was playing the media and the Liars (BIRM) “like a Stradivarius”? Were you, perchance, trying to delude and deceive us when you gave that description? Which description was true only to the extent that his banjo was made very badly by Stradivarius.

Mother Lode
Mother Lode
June 19, 2022 10:31 am

Use of the word Aborigine has negative effects on Aboriginals.

Considering the word ‘aborigine’ is derived from ab origine Meaning ‘from the beginning’ or ‘from the origin’, you would think they would be glad to seize upon it as an implicit concession by mainstream Australia that Aborigines have a distinct and insupplantable connection to this land.

Certainly better than the claim of being here for 28 gazillionty years (or whatever the number is up to now) since that opens up the idea that 28 gazillionty and one years ago Australia existed without them, and they merely turned up – like us.

Cassie of Sydney
June 19, 2022 10:32 am

I’m not one to give the most miserable git from Point Piper any kudos but given his ego, even he wouldn’t have set up the “National Cabinet”.

Big_Nambas
Big_Nambas
June 19, 2022 10:32 am

When I look back to the end of Turdbull and the beginning of Morrison it is easy to see how we got to this point in the electoral cycle.
What worries me is how bad will Labor have to be before the LNP looks good again? Given our woke socialist education system and media that have drunk the coolaid I doubt if I will live long enough to see a conservative federal government.

GreyRanga
GreyRanga
June 19, 2022 10:34 am

Boambee Johnsays:
June 19, 2022 at 10:26 am
GreyRangasays:
June 19, 2022 at 9:32 am
Morrison’s character. He had none Cassie. Stood for nothing. Somebody had to be running him cause he could only do what he was told. Figurehead only.

Turdballs?

I thought so too, but Mick Trumble isn’t very bright either. Maybe Lucy.

Dot
Dot
June 19, 2022 10:35 am

Re: racism against the genocidal first nations people who killed off the prior occupiers.

It’s just the usual definition changing game.

Retarded –> slow –> special –> differently abled —> dErp!

If you don’t keep up, you’re a big bigotty bigot.

Dr Faustus
Dr Faustus
June 19, 2022 10:35 am

The plight of our southern neighbours thereafter should focus some minds on a solution.

Indeed.
Queensland electrons are for Queenslanders.

Boambee John
Boambee John
June 19, 2022 10:36 am

johannasays:
June 19, 2022 at 10:13 am
a list of decent Frenchmen follows

You forgot Gerard Depardieu.

Reminds me. Also Asterix and Obelix.

lotocoti
lotocoti
June 19, 2022 10:36 am

I thought Belgium was just a chunk of France the French rebadged so they could pretend there weren’t bits of France being constantly invaded by anyone
whose hobby was invading France.

Dot
Dot
June 19, 2022 10:36 am

The Aboriginal industry (populated by frauds like Pascoe) is also desperate to gaslight the two prior cultures who migrated here.

bespoke
bespoke
June 19, 2022 10:36 am

I’ve bought a generator which will be wired in and converted to run on petrol or bottled gas.

This will be banned soon.

H B Bear
H B Bear
June 19, 2022 10:38 am

saganaki cheese

Peasant rubbish. The Trabant of cheese.

Boambee John
Boambee John
June 19, 2022 10:40 am

Ed Casesays:
June 19, 2022 at 10:28 am
‘I don’t hold a hose, mate.’

Undoubtedly his own work.
You’re being dishonest there.
His minders were never going to let him be photographed by the Press with a fire hose on his hip.

Were they worried that the photo would remind the electorate of Abbott, and the comparison would not be in “Scotty’s ” favour?

bespoke
bespoke
June 19, 2022 10:40 am

‘I don’t hold a hose, mate.’

Abbott did.

H B Bear
H B Bear
June 19, 2022 10:41 am

Queensland electrons are for Queenslanders

The start of the Australian civil war or just the death of the NEM?

Roger
Roger
June 19, 2022 10:42 am

Certainly better than the claim of being here for 28 gazillionty years (or whatever the number is up to now) since that opens up the idea that 28 gazillionty and one years ago Australia existed without them, and they merely turned up – like us.

They’ve got that one covered.

The creator spirits which formed the landscape also created aboriginal people, who are thus sui generis or in a class of their own.

This is the basis for their claim of sovereignty.

custard
custard
June 19, 2022 10:46 am

From a person who goes by the handle BioClandestine on telegram

After a deeper dive on the impeachment debacle, the webs of corruption are more intertwined than I thought. Ukraine is the keystone. Ukraine has the goods on EVERYTHING.

Back in November 2019, Trump was speaking in an hour long interview on Fox and Friends. He claimed the DNC hid the server with a company in UKRAINE. See quote below:

“A lot of it had to do, they say, with Ukraine. They have the server, right? From the DNC … they gave the server to CrowdStrike — or whatever it’s called — which is a company owned by a very wealthy Ukrainian, and I still want to see that server. You know, the FBI has never gotten that server. That’s a big part of this whole thing. Why did they give it to a Ukrainian company?”

This is a rhetorical question from Trump. Of course he and Military Intelligence knew everything behind closed doors, but as soon as he publicly started talking about Ukraine, the Dems launched their impeachment scam, shortly followed by releasing C19 on the world just a month later, and thus they were able to hijack the narrative, and everyone forgot about the Dems’ dirty dealings in Ukraine.

2.5 years later, with more pieces to the puzzle, we can see the DNC set up an entire puppet government in Ukraine and have been using the nation as a proxy to carry out acts of global bioterrorism. Now it makes more sense as to why they sent the crowdstrike server to Ukraine, because Ukraine was a proxy government fully subservient to the Deep State. Fully outside the scope of US government oversight and jurisdiction, yet still in control of the Deep State players.

Ukraine was clearly the Deep State stronghold for the DNC. All the dirty shit they couldn’t get away with here in America, they just sent it to Ukraine. Just like they did with the Crowdstrike server, human trafficking, drug trafficking, money laundering, unethical medical experimentation, biological weapons production. Just send it over to Ukraine, and the US government can’t do anything about it without using military force.

Now it’s starting to make more sense as to why specifically the Democratic politicians in the US were the ones most concerned that Russia might move into Ukraine. As well as to why, out of nowhere, the left-wing and globalist politicians worldwide began publicly worshipping Ukraine. Why Joe Biden and the US establishment are sending tens of billions of our tax dollars to Ukraine. Why the western media complex wants you to believe Putin is literally Hitler.

All of it is because they are desperately clinging to power, and Ukraine is the stronghold for all of their Deep State activity since around 2014. Ukraine is the Deep State Keystone.

For those that don’t know the definition, see below:

keystone
noun

-the most important part of a plan, idea, etc. on which everything else depends:

If Ukraine falls, the Deep State falls. Putin is gunning for the head of the snake.

-Clandestine

Ed Case
Ed Case
June 19, 2022 10:46 am

‘I don’t hold a hose, mate.’

Abbott did.
Dressed in sooty CFA clobber.
Not while wearing a suit.

Roger
Roger
June 19, 2022 10:46 am

The start of the Australian civil war or just the death of the NEM?

NEM was a typical nation building modernist project.

We’re now in post-modernity.

Dr Faustus
Dr Faustus
June 19, 2022 10:49 am

All Morrison’s actual work was the equivalent of the Auslan interpreter at the daily covid conferences – saying what others told him to say.

A stoned Auslan interpreter, suffering from St Virus’ Dance.

If someone was handling him, they will keep vewy, vewy quiet about it.
Remember ScoMo? Well, that was all my work…” is never going to be a career booster.

GreyRanga
GreyRanga
June 19, 2022 10:49 am

I doubt if I will live long enough to see a conservative federal government.

Menzies was the first and last. Howard a distant 2nd but without vision. The only vision we see these days is pollies looking at themselves in mirrors engrossed with admiration.

Roger
Roger
June 19, 2022 10:57 am

Menzies was the first and last.

Menzies reportedly voted DLP after he retired.

Dr Faustus
Dr Faustus
June 19, 2022 10:59 am

The start of the Australian civil war or just the death of the NEM?

NEM was a typical nation building modernist project.
We’re now in post-modernity.

Back in 1998, the NEM was a way to run coal-fired power stations more efficiently and reduce standby costs.

My, how she’s changed.

Roger
Roger
June 19, 2022 10:59 am

If Ukraine falls, the Deep State falls. Putin is gunning for the head of the snake.

-Clandestine

If only those paratroopers had taken Antonov airport.

Bluey
Bluey
June 19, 2022 11:00 am

Morrison is emblematic of everything wrong with the Liberal party. Stood for nothing in an attempt to get those who will only ever hate him to like him, while throwing those who he nominally represents under the bus to please them.

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