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Indolent
Indolent
February 8, 2024 7:37 pm
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
February 8, 2024 7:39 pm

Senior cabinet minister the next victim of QLD’s youth crime crisis with house robbed and car stolen

By Mikaela Mulveney
Updated 6:01PM February 8, 2024, First published at 5:13PM February 8, 2024

A Queensland MP has fallen victim to the youth crime crisis gripping the state after his house was broken into and car stolen this week.

Townsville MP Scott Stewart’s home was broken into by teenagers in the early hours of the morning on February 4.

The large north Queensland town has remained the ‘youth crime capital’ of the state.

Queensland’s youth crime crisis was in the spotlight this week after the brutal stabbing of a 70-year-old grandmother, Vyleen White in front of her six-year-old granddaughter at the Redbank Plains Shopping Centre, west of Brisbane.

The state government and judiciary have come under fire as it was revealed the 16-year-old charged with her murder was on bail for armed robbery charges.

A Queensland Police Spokesperson confirmed Mr Stewart’s home was broken into between 12.30am and 4am, where several items were stolen including a pair of car keys.

His Hyundai Santa Fe was taken by the thieves for a joy ride and was dumped that afternoon at 3pm.

A 15-year-old boy was charged with enter dwelling and commit, stealing and three counts of unlawful use of a motor vehicle.

The teenager was refused bail and is set to appear in Townsville Children’s Court next month.

Police are still investigating the incident.

Mr Stewart and his family were not injured in the incident.

I’ll bet the offender is sentenced to ninety nine years in solitary confinement, the first forty years to be served hanging upside down, in chains.

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
February 8, 2024 7:39 pm

But didn’t Yasmin Axle Magpie assure us Islam was the most feminist of religions?

Any Religion that tells me that I can’t eat a ham/bacon sandwich or eat a pork chop is no religion of mine. Or a beef curry as well. And to not like women? Give me a break. Where did all you nutters come from? An Alien spacecraft? Your Mum/A Woman gave birth to you FFS.

Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare
Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare
February 8, 2024 7:39 pm

I’ve plumped for four nights in Sassari, near the duomo, they have lots of pre history stuff around about, apparently

I’m envious. Love that stuff. Report back if you see any of it.

Rabz
February 8, 2024 7:39 pm

Blot’s latest interview of Gen Buck Keane (Retd.) of the Henry Kissinger Peace Academy was truly excruciating.

What a deluded ol’ warmonger Keane is.

Dot
Dot
February 8, 2024 7:41 pm

I’m a crook now am I Johnny?

Please outline how I’m a crook.

Go, you unctuous little runt!

(For dear poor readers:

https://armstrongecmscam.blogspot.com/2021/09/martin-armstrongs-death-threat.html

Maybe you should come work for me? We could really use you around here. We have many aspects to our Ponzi scheme and you will be first in line and be a part of our inner circle purely based on the influence you have online and the threat you present against my business. We always pay our people the best and keep paying them for life just so they don’t talk too much and God forbid tell the authorities…
MA

The above was his last-ditch attempt to lure me into a partnership in his business, to recruit me, and to motivate me for deleting thousands of comment messages from hundreds of his YouTube videos. After I declined, he finally issued his death threat against me as follows:

I want you DEAD! I will find out where you live trust me. I will put a contract out on your life, you don’t know who you (sic) f#%*ing with.)

…….LOL!………..

……………………………

Roger
Roger
February 8, 2024 7:46 pm

Jamberoo Action Park: Muslim men are accused of harassing female water park staff and calling them vile slurs after hiring venue for ‘brothers only’ day out

Presumption of innocence and all that, but….

If proven, to what extent did they feel empowered to act thus by recent police inaction in Sydney?

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
February 8, 2024 7:46 pm

Any Religion that tells me that I can’t eat a ham/bacon sandwich or eat a pork chop is no religion of mine.

For shame, don’t you believe the fair Yasmin?

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
February 8, 2024 7:47 pm

We always pay our people the best and keep paying them for life just so they don’t talk too much and God forbid tell the authorities…

MA
….

I want you DEAD! I will find out where you live trust me. I will put a contract out on your life, you don’t know who you (sic) f#%*ing with.)

Aaaahahahahahaaa.

And that, should be the end of that.

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
February 8, 2024 7:49 pm

Dot
Feb 8, 2024 7:41 PM
I’m a crook now am I Johnny?

LOL. Go and moan to Junior Cretin your bestest friend. Post what you like. If you don’t like MA then keep up the Rage just like the Loonies did with Gough Witless.

We have free speech here. If you don;t like it then fark off.

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
February 8, 2024 7:52 pm

I want you DEAD! I will find out where you live trust me. I will put a contract out on your life, you don’t know who you (sic) f#%*ing with.)

Aaaahahahahahaaa.

And that, should be the end of that.

What a load of rubbish from the paranoid moaners here. They all seem to be Conspiracy Peoples. LOL.

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
February 8, 2024 7:53 pm

updated
Bentley assault: Boy, 11, charged over assault on 69-year-old man outside his home as police hunt group
Phil Hickey and Dylan Caporn The West Australian
Thu, 8 February 2024 4:40PM
Cannington Detectives have charged one male and are appealing for public assistance as they continue to investigate a serious assault which occurred in Bentley on Monday 5 January 2024.

Cannington Detectives have charged one male and are appealing for public assistance as they continue to investigate a serious assault which occurred in Bentley on Monday 5 January 2024.

Cowardly and abhorrent is how police have described a shocking attack on a 69-year-old man outside his Perth home which has resulted in charges for an 11-year-old boy.

The boy’s young age and his alleged involvement in the brutal January 15 assault on the man outside his Bentley home has prompted fears of an escalating youth crime crisis in our State — a claim rejected by Premier Roger Cook.

Police will allege the 11-year-old boy was one of three people to set upon the man outside his home when he confronted a group of youths who were throwing rocks at a home under construction in his street.

Cannington detectives have charged the young boy with acts or omissions causing bodily harm or danger.

Three of these heroes beat up a 69 year old man.

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
February 8, 2024 7:54 pm

to what extent did they feel empowered to act thus by recent police inaction in Sydney?

A great extent, I would have thought.

You know, NSWPlod could have minimised this appalling state of affairs by having their Commish Karen (ha) front a presser and saying:

‘You know what? We were wrong by not stamping this shit out when it first appeared at the Opera House, and we understand that ‘certain community elements’ now feel empowered to do whatever they like.

‘We. Were. Wrong. But it all ends now, and from this exact second forward it will be el smacko for anyone behaving in that manner.’

They won’t of course – because they missed that boat by about three months, and also because they’re terrified of annoying the government.

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
February 8, 2024 7:55 pm

What a load of rubbish from the paranoid moaners here. They all seem to be Conspiracy Peoples

You do realise that Martin Armstrong is in fact a lizard?

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
February 8, 2024 7:55 pm

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Feb 8, 2024 7:46 PM
Any Religion that tells me that I can’t eat a ham/bacon sandwich or eat a pork chop is no religion of mine.

For shame, don’t you believe the fair Yasmin?

No idea what you are on about Zulu. I go with my belly. Yum, yummy.

Winston Smith
February 8, 2024 7:56 pm

Johnathon de Putrid:

7. Indigenous Australians represent the oldest continuing living culture in the entire world – it is estimated that the continent’s original inhabitants, the aboriginal people, have been in Australia for between 40,000-60,000 years.

Wrong.

40. Vegemite was invented in Melbourne in 1922 using the leftover Yeast used to create Beer

Bullshit. I have personally seen and been sentenced to 5 yeasts in the Kalgoorlie Vegemite Mine.

43. Of the approximately 26 million people who live here in 2023, more than 25% of all Australians were born in another country.

and 95% of them came from Shitholistan, which they are recreating as a theme park in every capital city.

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
February 8, 2024 7:57 pm

Knuckle Dragger
Feb 8, 2024 7:55 PM
What a load of rubbish from the paranoid moaners here. They all seem to be Conspiracy Peoples

You do realise that Martin Armstrong is in fact a lizard?

LOL Neanderthal Person. And I thought that you could have done better than that, How about a SHARK.

Bespoke
Bespoke
February 8, 2024 7:58 pm

We have free speech here.

Nope, the host has we are guests.

cohenite
February 8, 2024 7:58 pm

Pogria
Feb 8, 2024 6:28 PM
Cohenite,
re your wanting to know the name of the smug, pet killing turd from Singleton.
His name is Peter William Smith, 57 years old. I hope your mates in Singleton know him.

Making enquiries.

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
February 8, 2024 8:00 pm

How about a SHARK

Oh righto.

A gummy shark then. A wobbegong.

A wobbegong with busted ring gear from being in prison for 11 years.

Winston Smith
February 8, 2024 8:00 pm

Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

Feb 8, 2024 4:54 PM
$500 in two months for electrickery in WA? That could add up to thousands over a few years unattended. My son has gone quiet on his bill, and in general. Summat’s up, but there’s always tomorrow. Door is open still if he wishes to enter.

Good. It sounds like you’ve called his bluff, now the ball is in his court, and he can’t keep kicking it into yours.

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
February 8, 2024 8:03 pm

Knuckle Dragger
Feb 8, 2024 7:55 PM
What a load of rubbish from the paranoid moaners here. They all seem to be Conspiracy Peoples

You do realise that Martin Armstrong is in fact a lizard?

And here is your lizard –

https://www.bing.com/images/search?

view=detailV2&ccid=yLlpRWFq&id=74E1DBE7ED914FDEE1AC94D0D5BD7D8C58B4C696&thid=OIP.yLlpRWFqfw-FEGMdtOzSEwAAAA&mediaurl=https%3a%2f%2fstatic01.nyt.com%2fimages%2f2015%2f04%2f03%2farts%2f03FORECASTER%2f03FORECASTER-jumbo.jpg%3fquality%3d75%26auto%3dwebp%26disable%3dupscale&exph=501&expw=355&q=martin+a.+armstrong&simid=608024072490399814&FORM=IRPRST&ck=C92ACA0F90C97B942C230AB2376C8EDE&selectedIndex=0&itb=0

Muddy
Muddy
February 8, 2024 8:05 pm

His Hyundai Santa Fe was taken by the thieves for a joy ride and was dumped that afternoon at 3pm.

I wish the journolice would eff off with the ‘joy ride’ shite. It downplays the potential seriousness of the alleged crimes. Cars in the hands of reckless and inexperienced drivers can be tools of death.

The ‘boy’ stole a vehicle and used it without permission, dumping it in a condition that has not been described. That’s it. There is no need to use the phrase ‘joy ride’ because it adds nothing to the information being communicated about the alleged offense.

[None of the above is directed at the poster, but rather the lazy, ignorant, malign media parasites].

Rabz
February 8, 2024 8:05 pm

WTF? Now Shazza Markson’s about to launch into an emotional rant about that evil ‘orrible man, Tucker Carlson.

Off switch time.

Zatara
Zatara
February 8, 2024 8:05 pm

Bentley assault: Boy, 11, charged over assault on 69-year-old man outside his home as police hunt group

Someone explain to me the reasoning that prevented that 69 year old gent from having a Browning 9mm, or handgun of his choice, to respond to that attack on his person.

Tell me that the possibility of him being so armed wouldn’t have given that 11 year old pause.

DrBeauGan
DrBeauGan
February 8, 2024 8:06 pm

Martin Armstrong is clearly a con man with a most implausible claim about his computer predictions. He is also quite intelligent and well informed about some things. I find his opinions and arguments quite interesting.
What baffles me about some of the commentary here is the assumption that people have to line up and either see him as an innocent and wise guru or a lying blackguard. I see him as somewhere in between. Do I trust him? Of course not, I don’t trust anyone. Do I hate him for being a crook? No. Conmen serve a useful purpose, they punish gullibility.
The question for me is, is he interesting? And the answer is, occasionally. So I hope JR continues to put up his posts.

Also his awful dad jokes.

thefrollickingmole
thefrollickingmole
February 8, 2024 8:07 pm

Many ask “why the Pomgolians went to crap after WW2”.

I present one possible reason.

https://twitter.com/i/status/1755227089295311272

Bungonia Bee
Bungonia Bee
February 8, 2024 8:08 pm

Sharri jumps the Carlson shark on her show tonight.

Rockdoctor
Rockdoctor
February 8, 2024 8:09 pm

A 15-year-old boy was charged with enter dwelling and commit, stealing and three counts of unlawful use of a motor vehicle.

Wow 4 days to an arrest. Lightning fast considering I know of people being told the cops know who did it but nothing will come of it.

Wonder how long it took cops to attend the crime scene, bet your bottom dollar wasn’t a full day.

Unfortunately Stewart will likely hold on. LNP need to win these seats to have a chance at government.

Roger
Roger
February 8, 2024 8:09 pm

They won’t of course – because they missed that boat by about three months, and also because they’re terrified of annoying the government.

Thank heavens Premier Minns drew a line on the footpath and said, “Never Again.”

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
February 8, 2024 8:09 pm

DrBeauGan
Feb 8, 2024 8:06 PM

LOL. More Dad Jokes from Benny Hill and Dave Allen on the way on Happy Friday.

thefrollickingmole
thefrollickingmole
February 8, 2024 8:10 pm

You do realise that Martin Armstrong is in fact a lizard?

Story from his old cell block?

Bespoke
Bespoke
February 8, 2024 8:11 pm

Gullibility is thinking generic commentary lifted from other sites is interesting. AI can be more original.

Roger
Roger
February 8, 2024 8:12 pm

LNP need to win these seats to have a chance at government.

If only Crisafulli had two balls.

Muddy
Muddy
February 8, 2024 8:13 pm

At Least 30 Hostages in Gaza Are Dead, Israel Says – Ronen Bergman
Israeli intelligence officers have concluded that at least 30 of the remaining 136 hostages captured by Hamas on Oct. 7 have died since the start of the war, according to a confidential assessment. “We have informed 31 families that their captured loved ones are no longer among the living and that we have pronounced them dead,” IDF Spokesman Rear-Adm. Daniel Hagari said Tuesday.

Officials said that Israeli intelligence officers assess that at least 20 other hostages may have also been killed. Some of the dead were killed inside Israel on Oct. 7, but their bodies were taken by Hamas to Gaza. Others were injured and died of their injuries after being abducted to Gaza. Others still were killed by Hamas once inside Gaza. (New York Times)

[Source: JCPA].

Wait for the latest Filth Filter reports of Israel targeting humanitarian aid trucks in Gaza. This time it’s true, however.

Winston Smith
February 8, 2024 8:15 pm

Wally Dalí Avatar

Wally Dalí
Feb 8, 2024 5:36 PM
MAFS watch!!!!!

Gees! It looks like I don’t know what I’m missing.
Thank God!

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
February 8, 2024 8:16 pm

thefrollickingmole
Feb 8, 2024 8:07 PM
Many ask “why the Pomgolians went to crap after WW2”.

How many?

The best Popular Music and TV Shows along with Concorde. Can’t be all that bad as this place already had English. Even before the British turned up according to Bruce Pascoe…………./sarc

John H.
John H.
February 8, 2024 8:16 pm

Winston Smith
Feb 8, 2024 7:56 PM
Johnathon de Putrid:

7. Indigenous Australians represent the oldest continuing living culture in the entire world – it is estimated that the continent’s original inhabitants, the aboriginal people, have been in Australia for between 40,000-60,000 years.

Khoisan, genetically determined oldest human group, perhaps at 150,000 years. That is not news, I’ve been pointing it out for nearly 20 years. Yet no-one in this country mentions it. WTF!

Roger
Roger
February 8, 2024 8:16 pm

Gullibility is thinking generic commentary lifted from other sites is interesting.

Is this directed at Indolent?

Own up…

DrBeauGan
DrBeauGan
February 8, 2024 8:17 pm

The absence of humour in your posts, bespoke, contrasts with your avatar.

Keep it up. Along with the ingenious spelling.

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
February 8, 2024 8:18 pm

Bespoke

Feb 8, 2024 4:41 PM

You have no clue what Sancho motivation is Elisabeth. HT/ there is no animosity between him and and I for you to wedge.

There furkin’ will be if you keep “Sighing” at me.
Champ.

Roger
Roger
February 8, 2024 8:19 pm

Many ask “why the Pomgolians went to crap after WW2”.

They embraced Socialism.

Next!

Muddy
Muddy
February 8, 2024 8:20 pm

Huh.
Interesting.

More than two decades ago, Sheikh Ahmed Yassin prophesied in an interview with Al Jazeera’s program “Evidence on the Times” that Israel would cease to exist by 2027, based on interpretations of the Quran.

He articulated his belief that historical cycles, as delineated in the Quran, would lead to Israel’s demise.

Yahya Sinwar Is Working to Fulfill Sheikh Ahmed Yassin’s Vision

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
February 8, 2024 8:21 pm

Cassie of Sydney

Feb 8, 2024 2:12 PM

You’re so brave picking on an elderly woman.

Sigh!

Elderly?
How dare you!

eb
eb
February 8, 2024 8:23 pm

Both Bolta and Sharri going hard anti-Russia tonight.

Look, Putin is very bad, but where do they get this stuff that, if he gets his way in Ukraine, (assuming that we even know exactly what he wants), that he’ll attack anybody else.

And, can we just see what Tucker’s interview is like before we castigate him.

Muddy
Muddy
February 8, 2024 8:24 pm

Palestinians Don’t Want a Two-State Solution – Neville Teller (Jerusalem Post)
A two-state solution means that one of the two states is Israel. But “From the river to the sea” means the removal of the State of Israel.

While the two-state solution appeals to world opinion, it is not what the majority of Palestinian opinion favors.

The latest authoritative poll in December revealed that 64% of Palestinians are opposed to a two-state solution.

Hamas is rooted in rejectionism. Their total raison d’etre remains to eliminate Israel.

Since the massacre of Oct. 7, Hamas has gained unprecedented support within the Arab world and among the Palestinian populace.

Palestinian statehood means something quite different to majority Arab opinion than it does to the ardent two-staters.

John H.
John H.
February 8, 2024 8:27 pm

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Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare
Feb 8, 2024 6:32 PM
I heard him say nonsense statements so I stopped listening. He’s an evolutionary biologist, not the appropriate profession for such a complex subject.

John H, I beg to differ. He made pertinent statements that went to the heart of the sex differences issue.

The microchimeric cells was one example of complex changes that occur. I’m no apologist for the spectrum rubbish and your inferences about being an apologist is pejorative nonsense because time and again I have made it perfectly clear that the current trend is going way too far.

There is a huge body of research that you casually dismiss as groupthink thereby exercising the source fallacy and do so even though like findings are found in other animals and most critically, this research has been around for decades, long before the current absurdities. Many years ago I read some of it. Confusing, difficult, but at least I tried. Have you?

When people throw out the groupthink accusation is beholden them to prove that point. Arguments presented without evidence can be dismissed without evidence. When I see those claims without supporting I conclude that they are making stuff up leaving me with the choice but to do some digging, or as I did today, spend a few hours playing only to find just 15 minutes ago the enemy has scored a major blow against me and I have lost most of my ships. That’s how seriously I take arguments without evidence.

DrBeauGan
DrBeauGan
February 8, 2024 8:30 pm

Both Bolta and Sharri going hard anti-Russia tonight.

It’s like the Martin Armstrong situation here. The presumption is that you have to belong to a gang, in this case the pro ukraine gang along wirh Biden and Nuland, or the pro Putin gang who have inherited all the obloquy of the soviet union.

I do not see the necessity. I can easily loathe both sides; after all they’re all politicians.

Zatara
Zatara
February 8, 2024 8:31 pm

Israeli intelligence officers have concluded that at least 30 of the remaining 136 hostages captured by Hamas on Oct. 7 have died since the start of the war

Sorry, but not a surprise.

I’m reminded of the western civilian hostages the Japanese took during WWII. Many died in imprisonment as well.

As uncaring as it might sound, win the war, then sort it out. Vigorously.

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
February 8, 2024 8:32 pm

Lysander

Feb 8, 2024 3:29 PM

We, in WA, just scored our first ever $500 electricity bill (for two months!).

Send it to Lizzie!
🙂

Bespoke
Bespoke
February 8, 2024 8:36 pm

Is this directed at Indolent?

No. The intended target took the bait.

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
February 8, 2024 8:37 pm

For military Cats – another of the “old and the bold” – Ian “Bagza” Stiles has written his memoirs. “A Mother’s Worry – Young Bagza.” Two tours of Vietnam with the Australian SASR, served in Rhodesia in the Bush War, ran a diving business. Available through Imprimatur Books.

Zatara
Zatara
February 8, 2024 8:38 pm

Since the massacre of Oct. 7, Hamas has gained unprecedented support within the Arab world and among the Palestinian populace.

I absolutely do not think that is true.

If the Arab world supported the “palestinian populace” they wouldn’t still be living in “refugee camps’ 80 years later and Egypt wouldn’t have built massive armed guarded obstacles to prevent them streaming from Gaza to Egypt.

JC
JC
February 8, 2024 8:40 pm

Woddenhead appears to be having a mental episode.

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
February 8, 2024 8:42 pm

The latest authoritative poll in December revealed that 64% of Palestinians are opposed to a two-state solution.

The Palestinians have opposed five attempts at a “Two State” solution since the late 1930’s. What makes anyone think they are interested in such a solution now?

Digger
Digger
February 8, 2024 8:43 pm

2 dogs
Ah, so your view in this case is that this door plug should be in two parts that are then bolted together for fitting.

No, absolutely not.

Digger
Digger
February 8, 2024 8:46 pm

I will probably cop some flak but I posted this on FB today, I am ropable…

Every Tasmanian should be aware that these named Senators are amongst those who voted to prevent us from finding out why so many seemingly healthy Tasmanians and other Australians are unexpectedly and suddenly dying.

There are statistics printed in the Mercury that show that 1038 excess deaths have occured in Tasmania over a period of around 18 months (The highest percentage increase in Australia). This against a backdrop of an average of around 4347 deaths over a 9 year period to 2017. (1038 represents an increase of 15.92% above average) under NO circumstances is accepting that acceptable, no matter what political party we support. We need answers.

I believe every Tasmanian deserves answers to why this has happened and continues to happen.

A vote was held in the Australian Federal Senate yesterday to establish an enquiry to investigate the reasons for all these excess deaths after the pandemic has long passed and the deaths continue to occur all across the country.

Well, surprise, surprise. The vile Australian Labor Senators, dopey Greens and even dopier Jacqui Lambie Network Senators from Tasmania all voted against holding such an enquiry.

We would have to be a bit flabbergasted to try and fathom why people we elected tp represent us on every stage in the world would turn their backs so callously against us. We are equal citizens in a supposedly free country who so desperately want answers to why our family members, work colleages, friends and associates, who seemed to be healthy suddenly drop dead without any warning or apparent reason.

These bastards, who can give us the answers we desperately need dy holding an enquiry are not our superiors, they are leaches, sucking on the taxpayers teat. They demanded we take, untested experimental drugs which to this day still only have provisional approval. They only have conditional approval after 3 years and over 69,000,000 individual vaccinations in Australia BECAUSE THE BASTARDS DON’T KNOW IF THEY ARE SAFE. But they still demanded (mandated) that we take them.

But alas these charlatans, who take a salary and benefits package of $306,850 per year plus perks out of our pockets. It is time for us to hold these people accountable. It does not matter which political party Tasmanians support, every one of us should be absolutely outraged at this blatant betrayal. None of them deserve our support or vote at the next election.

These are the ones who betrayed every one of us:

Helen Polly – ALP
Ann Urquhart – ALP
Carol Brown – ALP
Catryna Bityk -ALP
Peter Wish Wilson – Australian Greens
Nick McKim – Australian Greens
Jacqui Lambie – Jacqui Lambie Network
Tammy Tyrrell – Jacqui Lambie Network

– They either don’t care about the thousands of Australians who have died including all those Tasmanians

or

– They don’t want us (the people) to know of the horrendous mistakes they made as politicians when they FORCED us under the threat of losing jobs, houses, income, access to supermarkets, schools, restaurants, travel, shutting down businesses etc.

There are no other options, it must be one or the other or both.

Every Tasmanian should contact these Senators and demand an answer about why they betrayed us. I certainly will be and I intend to inform everyone of their answers and continue communicating their betrayal until the next election and beyond if necessary.

This is too important to let slip past without action.

Crossie
Crossie
February 8, 2024 8:47 pm

feelthebern
Feb 8, 2024 6:42 PM
Love how the PNG PM is in town to shake the Australian taxpayer down for more dosh.
Doing it face to face is so much quicker.

At least he flattered us while doing so. Didn’t that Solomon Islands guy insult us first then demanded money?

shatterzzz
February 8, 2024 8:47 pm

Methinx, someone has been promised a State/Federal senate retirement package …

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2024-02-08/union-boss-john-setka-set-to-retire-from-cfmeu/103443824

miltonf
miltonf
February 8, 2024 8:51 pm

Both Bolta and Sharri going hard anti-Russia tonight.

almost like they’re doing the bidding of the Washington War Machine- odious

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
February 8, 2024 8:53 pm

NAAJA board took ‘taxpayer-funded trip’ after court case

Exclusive
By ellie dudley
Legal Affairs Correspondent
7:47PM February 8, 2024

The board of Australia’s largest Aboriginal justice service allegedly defied legal advice and chose to stay in Darwin on a taxpayer-funded trip for a week after they testified in a Federal Court spat engulfing the embattled agency, as former employees join growing calls that the organisation’s executive be overthrown.

The North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency is now at risk of losing $20m per year in government funding following revelations, published in The Australian last week, that vulnerable Aboriginal people accused of crimes in one of Australia’s most dangerous criminal jurisdictions, Alice Springs, are being forced to represent themselves due to staff leaving the organisation in droves.

For the first time since this masthead revealed allegations of corruption tearing apart the organisation and forcing the mass exodus of staff, NAAJA’s former acting chief executive Olga Havnen has broken her silence, saying the board does not possess “high level skills” and needs to be removed immediately.

“The board has struggled to deal effectively with strategic and risk challenges facing NAAJA,” she told The Australian.

Ms Havnen has called for an updated membership structure, immediate changes to the senior leadership team and an entirely new board.

“There are no independent non-member directors and I don’t believe that directors have the requisite high level skills, knowledge or expertise necessary for ensuring appropriate oversight of management and operations of a large complex organisation,” she said.

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
February 8, 2024 8:54 pm

Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

Feb 8, 2024 5:39 PM

Its not a personal blogging facility

Tell that to Sancho about his postholes

Oi!
That was not about postholes.
It was a brag about my Pythagorean eye.
A mate who is a builder was the explaining the 3-4-5 rule to a colleague when they were barely out of their apprenticeships.
He returned to site later to be told, “That fkn right angle rule is bullshit! Doesn’t work.”
Further investigation revealed he wasn’t using 3-4-5 (or multiples thereof). He misinterpreted the rule as being any string of sequential numbers, and was using 4-5-6 and 5-6-7 with unsatisfactory results.

JC
JC
February 8, 2024 8:54 pm

Doc

I find your arguments regarding the Leavenworth mufti (Marty) and Woddenhead a little inconsistent. Let me explain.

99% of the Mufti’s scrawl is either utter nonsense or often plagiarized as people have often shown. The idea the imbecile developed a sentient AI going back to the mid 80s is laughable nonsense.

I find his sidekick just as stupid and annoying as you find Monty, who seems to trigger you quite frequently.

So, I’m not buying this laissez-faire view of the world that your now demonstrating.

Just like you find Monty to be an idiot, Woddenhead is much more so and much more dishonest than Monster. Monster isn’t a venom filled, chip of your shoulder CHAV like this idiot who pollutes to the blog with idiocy.

Try a little consistency, or at least be more tolerant of other people’s intolerance too.

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
February 8, 2024 8:54 pm

Damnation, another bolding fail!

Winston Smith
February 8, 2024 8:54 pm

Johnny Rotten:

That Project has already been canned. There will be NO cable from AUS to Singapore. Singapore has much more sense than the so called “Clever Country”.

Hahaha!
I larf out loud!
Hahaha!
Ooooh.
>Snot bubble.<
eeeewww.

Crossie
Crossie
February 8, 2024 8:55 pm

Rabz
Feb 8, 2024 8:05 PM
WTF? Now Shazza Markson’s about to launch into an emotional rant about that evil ‘orrible man, Tucker Carlson.

Off switch time.

I watched the whole thing and think her attack on Carlson is rather stupid, she insisted that it will be a soft interview. Why not wait and see it first and then criticise it. Sadly, Sharri does have a few blind spots in an otherwise good journalistic practice.

Zatara
Zatara
February 8, 2024 8:55 pm

Every Tasmanian should be aware that these named Senators are amongst those who voted to prevent us from finding out why so many seemingly healthy Tasmanians and other Australians are unexpectedly and suddenly dying.

Fair enough. So what’s the theory?

cohenite
February 8, 2024 8:56 pm

7. Indigenous Australians represent the oldest continuing living culture in the entire world – it is estimated that the continent’s original inhabitants, the aboriginal people, have been in Australia for between 40,000-60,000 years.

Utter and complete bullshit. The first odds and sods came here 47000; the second about 22000 and the current bunch of layabouts about 11000. Completely different groups; the first coming from New Guinea; the second from Japan and the current shits from Sri Lanka.

Bespoke
Bespoke
February 8, 2024 8:58 pm

Sure, I see nothing funny about some self described recluse that makes excuses to do nothing, fixated on kids smacking “bottoms” and sooks about not being able to discuss ‘taboo’ subjects.

The retired hippy guy that volunteers his time planting trees I met at the servo deserves more respect.

miltonf
miltonf
February 8, 2024 9:02 pm

Yes my Sri Lankan friend said they remind him of the Veddas.

JC
JC
February 8, 2024 9:02 pm

LOL. Go and moan to Junior Cretin your bestest friend. Post what you like. If you don’t like MA then keep up the Rage just like the Loonies did with Gough Witless.

We have free speech here. If you don;t like it then fark off.

We have speech that the blog owner allows, you limey crook. Also, it’s a two way street in that Dot or anyone else has the right (within the scope of what the blog owner allows) to contest the crap you post. Keep that in mind next time you come up with exulted commentary on free speech, you dumbarse, limey pick pocket.

Cassie of Sydney
February 8, 2024 9:05 pm

I watched the whole thing and think her attack on Carlson is rather stupid, she insisted that it will be a soft interview. Why not wait and see it first and then criticise it. Sadly, Sharri does have a few blind spots in an otherwise good journalistic practice.

Yep. Although I wonder, had Vlad had offered such an interview opportunity to Sharri Markson, what would she have done? I reckon she would jump at the opportunity.

Muddy
Muddy
February 8, 2024 9:06 pm

Digger
Feb 8, 2024 8:46 PM

I agree 20,000% and, though not Tasmanian, support the naming of those who voted against an enquiry. If we don’t hold these blackmailing feckers to their responsibilities now, the next stage in the devolution will be far more damaging.

I would like to see a list archived on this site, of all the principal decision-makers, from all states, who contributed either actively or passively, to the dystopian nightmare that was the covidiocy. Given the resources they all had access to, either directly or otherwise, there can be no accepting ‘We didn’t know any better.’ The passion with which some exploited their moments of tyranny justifies, to me anyway, my collective name for them: The Lords and Ladies of Fire. Like pyromaniacs, they sated their deepest, most disturbing needs without remorse. ‘Burn the peasants! Burn them! There are plenty more where they came from!’

Bitter? Me?
Ha!
You bet I’m effing bitter and vengeful.

Bespoke
Bespoke
February 8, 2024 9:10 pm

…fixated on smacking kids “bottoms”

Dot
Dot
February 8, 2024 9:10 pm

The intended target took the bait.

Injeenyus spooling.

Crossie
Crossie
February 8, 2024 9:12 pm

miltonf
Feb 8, 2024 8:51 PM
Both Bolta and Sharri going hard anti-Russia tonight.

almost like they’re doing the bidding of the Washington War Machine- odious

The Murdochs loathe Tucker Carlson who is now more popular than when he worked for them so I am guessing that Bolt and Sharri may have been prompted to attack him.

Winston Smith
February 8, 2024 9:16 pm

DrBeauGan
Feb 8, 2024 8:30 PM

It’s like the Martin Armstrong situation here. The presumption is that you have to belong to a gang, in this case the pro ukraine gang along wirh Biden and Nuland, or the pro Putin gang who have inherited all the obloquy of the soviet union.

It’s the depersonalisation of the individual – you are only a reflection of the group you belong to.
The individual does not exist. It’s the Collectivist dream made real.
(There’s a name for it and embarrassingly enough, I cannot think of it and it’s on the tip of my nose.)

miltonf
miltonf
February 8, 2024 9:18 pm

Both Bolta and Sharri going hard anti-Russia tonight.

The US in its current state and China are more a threat to us here in Oz than Russia.

Zatara
Zatara
February 8, 2024 9:18 pm

I agree 20,000% and, though not Tasmanian, support the naming of those who voted against an enquiry.

Forgive my ignorance, but exactly who/what is being accused here?

It seems unlikely that being a resident of Tasmania is of itself deadly, so what is theorized to have caused an increase in deaths there?

Crossie
Crossie
February 8, 2024 9:19 pm

Yep. Although I wonder, had Vlad had offered such an interview opportunity to Sharri Markson, what would she have done? I reckon she would jump at the opportunity.

Cassie, Sharri admitted tonight that “we” have requested interviews with Putin the past two years without any responses. It wasn’t clear whether the request was from Sharri personally or Sky News. In light of that I can only assume that she would have been delighted to interview Putin so attacks on Carlson look more like sour grapes than legitimate criticism.

Bespoke
Bespoke
February 8, 2024 9:23 pm

I reckon she would jump at the opportunity.

Correct.

Dot
Dot
February 8, 2024 9:26 pm

Maybe muddy or mother lode or JohnH have looked into it…

Apparent excess deaths before, during and post COVID lockdowns and vaccinations – have they been broken down to a very specific level of the causes of death?

It would be illuminating. Maybe breaking it down would show excess deaths a statistical trend might imply did not happen.

Pogria
Pogria
February 8, 2024 9:28 pm

Hi Cassie,
thank you very much for the video this morning of the wounded IDF dog. It is a real rollercoaster ride of emotions. Brought an awful lot of tears to the eyes, happy ones at the end.
Jilly Cooper wrote an excellent book called Animals in War, many years ago. It is an in depth read on the sacrifices our best friends have made for us during the bad times. Mostly dogs and horses, but we can’t forget the thousands of pigeons, hawks and falcons and others. A cat saved many lives also and was awarded the Dicken Medal.

You may be able to find it in a very used bookshop.

Thanks again.

Zatara
Zatara
February 8, 2024 9:30 pm

Apparent excess deaths before, during and post COVID lockdowns and vaccinations – have they been broken down to a very specific level of the causes of death?

Incidence of Flu became non-existent
Incidence of pneumonia became non-existent

Farking magic covid was.

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
February 8, 2024 9:39 pm

Zatara
Feb 8, 2024 9:30 PM
Apparent excess deaths before, during and post COVID lockdowns and vaccinations – have they been broken down to a very specific level of the causes of death?

Incidence of Flu became non-existent
Incidence of pneumonia became non-existent

Farking magic covid was.

And the Jabs and Boosters were Safe and Effective. Greg Hunt or some Wally like that told me so. LOL. Glad that I never took any of that poison. The red wine seemed to work for me. And drinking it was even better.

Cassie of Sydney
February 8, 2024 9:47 pm

Pogria
Feb 8, 2024 9:28 PM

Pogs, I knew you’d like it! It was magnificent. Look I know I’m biased but I know which side in this war is the good side and which side is the bad side.

And here’s something to make you smile, this morning when I was walking to the bus, I saw a man who lives locally. He has three cattle dogs. I see him walking the dogs every morning, on three leads. My family are mad about the following breeds, Australian terriers, cattle dogs, kelpies and poodles. I know, it’s an odd mix of canine breeds but I come from an eccentric family, particularly when it comes to dogs. Cattle dogs are incredibly loyal to the family but they don’t like strangers. Anyway, the man sat down on a bench on Oxford Street and I knew my sister would love to see them so I asked the man if I could take a picture of him with his three dogs, he said yes (I was standing about four metres away). However, as I focused my phone on the man with his three cattle dogs, to take the photo, one of the cattle dogs growled at me loudly. I knew the dog was saying to me, “how dare you, you didn’t ask me, and I don’t like you violating my personal space!”

I smiled.

Damienski
Damienski
February 8, 2024 9:47 pm

Apropos of not very much, would anyone care to start a book on the date of the first Great Flounce of 2024?

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
February 8, 2024 9:49 pm

We have speech that the blog owner allows, you limey crook.

Once again this poster/imposter does not know what place they are in.

Limey is American so are you still in NY having a ‘J Arthur Rank’ on Wall Street.

Again there is no proof about me being a crook after being asked so many times for any evidence from you. You don’t like Martin Armstrong? Well don’t read the posts then. Simple. Just like you are.

Kangaroo Courts don’t work here you Sictorian Pompous Windbag. Get back to the Play Pen with your play toys.

132andBush
132andBush
February 8, 2024 9:51 pm

Oi!
That was not about postholes.
It was a brag about my Pythagorean eye.
A mate who is a builder was the explaining the 3-4-5 rule to a colleague when they were barely out of their apprenticeships.
He returned to site later to be told, “That fkn right angle rule is bullshit! Doesn’t work.”
Further investigation revealed he wasn’t using 3-4-5 (or multiples thereof). He misinterpreted the rule as being any string of sequential numbers, and was using 4-5-6 and 5-6-7 with unsatisfactory results.

Having done more than a few “markouts” over the years that little story gave me a good laugh.

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
February 8, 2024 9:59 pm

US drone strike kills Iran-backed militia leader in Baghdad

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-68235311

Bespoke
Bespoke
February 8, 2024 10:01 pm

This chick is batshit crazy, she is a crook and when you call her out on it she goes full on ghetto.

Muddy
Muddy
February 8, 2024 10:01 pm

As bitter as I am about my experience at the hands of institutional psychopaths, I’m also aware that correlation is not causation. I know someone who has undergone a similar experience as myself (loss of employment and hence income, with follow-on consequences in terms of housing, mental and physical health issues) and connects in her mind, practically every negative medical incident she hears of to the so-called ‘vaccines.’ I believe there are enough ‘coincidences’ to warrant a proper examination of the whole covid fiasco, but I have neither trust in, nor respect for, ANY remaining individual or institution.

I stated my support of Digger’s post because there have been no examinations of what has been the most profoundly influential period in this country during the past three or four decades.

I always come back to thinking that when packaged lettuce or processed smallgoods are thought to have been the cause of food poisoning, the response is normally to remove all of that item from the retail shelves throughout the country, simply as a precaution. But the so-called ‘vaccines’? Nah.

Anyway … it’s mentally tiring re-experiencing this sh!t. Feckit.

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
February 8, 2024 10:01 pm

Are you upset Wodney?

132andBush
132andBush
February 8, 2024 10:02 pm

Of course Lambie voted against an inquiry.

Who can forget that that gargoylesque form exhorting us to get vaxxed or else?

JC
JC
February 8, 2024 10:05 pm

Sancho Panzer
Feb 8, 2024 10:01 PM

Are you upset Wodney?

A very agitated bovver boy this evening for some reason.

Pogria
Pogria
February 8, 2024 10:05 pm

Cassie,
I love cattle dogs also. As a teenager, I had a cross blue dog, Mickey. She saved me several times when I was hitching and working my way around country NSW. She was very friendly toward anyone, but if she sensed the slightest hesitation to someone from me, the hackles would rise slowly and a very low growl which would build in intensity if the situation didn’t relax.
Mickey left quite a few fang marks in various hairy legs. Good girl. 😀

The Beer whisperer
The Beer whisperer
February 8, 2024 10:06 pm

The Authorities and the MSM are completely on board, because it is a way of supressing dissent, which they are implacably against

Absolutely, but they increase dissent by doing so. They’re no better in some respects than the criminals who act on immediate benefit, and the hell with consequences, because they come later.

Can you imagine 100 years from now when the floodgates open? It’ll create generations of blowback but those who caused it will be long dead. I ain’t defending any white fellas from foul deeds, and anyone who does for their mob invites a world of pain. Disavow your evildoers or everyone pays.

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
February 8, 2024 10:06 pm

A very agitated bovver boy this evening for some reason.

Part-time bovver boy.
Get it right.

JC
JC
February 8, 2024 10:11 pm

Part-time bovver boy.
Get it right.

Never got that, so part time bovver boy and part time CHAV or part time aristocrat? What come after that?

The Beer whisperer
The Beer whisperer
February 8, 2024 10:17 pm

Of course Lambie voted against an inquiry.

Who can forget that that gargoylesque form exhorting us to get vaxxed or else?

There’s nightmares of being skinned alive and then there’s nightmares of seeing her naked with a come-hither look.

Dot
Dot
February 8, 2024 10:17 pm

Oi!
That was not about postholes.
It was a brag about my Pythagorean eye.
A mate who is a builder was the explaining the 3-4-5 rule to a colleague when they were barely out of their apprenticeships.
He returned to site later to be told, “That fkn right angle rule is bullshit! Doesn’t work.”
Further investigation revealed he wasn’t using 3-4-5 (or multiples thereof). He misinterpreted the rule as being any string of sequential numbers, and was using 4-5-6 and 5-6-7 with unsatisfactory results.

Poor guy…

Not everyone enjoys maths in high school.

5, 12, 13….

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
February 8, 2024 10:17 pm

JC

Feb 8, 2024 10:11 PM

Part-time bovver boy.
Get it right.

Never got that, so part time bovver boy and part time CHAV or part time aristocrat? What come after that?

Moving here and becoming a full-time whine connoisseur.

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
February 8, 2024 10:19 pm

Poor guy…

Not everyone enjoys maths in high school.

There was no maths involved.
Simply had to remember a rule of thumb.

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
February 8, 2024 10:19 pm

Are you upset Wodney?

He is certainly upset.

He is upset about never, ever explaining his boast about being a ‘part-time bovver boy’.

Perhaps it was a typo, and that’s why he never mentioned it. Maybe he meant to say ‘ladyboy’.

‘Knotted-hankie-wearing kipper-eating whinging loudmouth’ doesn’t rhyme with ‘bovver boy’, so that can’t be it.

Indolent
Indolent
February 8, 2024 10:23 pm

I still don’t know who he is but the more I see of him the more I like him. And he’s regularly getting millions of hits.

Your garden is killing the planet!

Rosie
Rosie
February 8, 2024 10:24 pm

Victoria’s cultural heritage laws are delaying key water and wastewater infrastructure projects and threatening to hike up the price of residential water bills, insiders say.

The media has finally cottoned on.

I’ve mentioned the hand sieving of dirt in case someone finds a bit of knapped rock here several times.
It leaves projects with no end date for completion and cost increases from a couple of hundred thousands to several millions.
The abcorps don’t care.

JC
JC
February 8, 2024 10:26 pm

‘Knotted-hankie-wearing kipper-eating whinging loudmouth’

Someone recently mentioned, his comments are resemble those you saw on silly bulletin boards about 30 odd years ago.

Rosie
Rosie
February 8, 2024 10:26 pm

What context is your question re the difference between Northern Ireland and Gaza.

A Mike Carlton pontification, if you can call that a context.

Pedro the Loafer
Pedro the Loafer
February 8, 2024 10:30 pm

Been travelling to parts previously unknown and have been keeping an eye on the Cat wherever electricity and Wi-Fi have been available without having to take out a second mortgage.

Not a lot of goodwill and bonhomie being displayed lately, but given world events not surprising.

In news at Casa Pedro the Dorper flock has been increased by two blushing ewes, the resident hound is pretending he has never seen me before and growled at me on my return. An Italian sausage fresh from the freezer won him over, he is once again my BFF, the mercenary mongrel.
The old Dorpers are treating the two “blow ins” with disdain, they obviously have been badly influenced by the local CWA ladies who believe that unless you have lived in the district since Federation you are seriously suspect.
Nice to be back where people speak a form of English, wheat and sheep prices are a serious subject of conversation and nobody has seen useful rainfall for months.

Despite all its faults, Oz is still one of the best paces in the world to live.

JC
JC
February 8, 2024 10:33 pm

Jeez

American CEOs traveling to China face big challenges. Perhaps the most terrifying? The local tradition that business leaders dance and sing on stage to huge crowds.

When Jensen Huang, the Taiwan-born American chief executive of Nvidia
, the trillion-dollar Silicon Valley chip company, visited local employees in Shanghai last month, cheering staffers summoned him onto stage to participate in a Chinese folk dance.
Jensen Huang, CEO of Nvidia, dancing.

The 60-year-old Huang, who was raised in Oregon and is now among the world’s richest men, had swapped his signature black-leather jacket for a floral-patterned vest. He twirled a red handkerchief in each hand while trying to swing his hips and lift his legs to the rhythm of “The Dearest,” a Chinese song about yearning for one’s home and parents, according to videos, which weren’t released by Nvidia but independently distributed anyway.

The moving parts weren’t exactly in alignment, as they might say back at the office.

“His dance moves were kinda stiff and his legs and arms were uncoordinated,” says David Chen, a Nvidia engineer in Shanghai.

Jeez Louise, don’t anyone ever say a CEO’s job is easy and well paid. Sacrifices have to be made.

Digger
Digger
February 8, 2024 10:39 pm

Fair enough. So what’s the theory?

It might be a surprise but that is why there should be an enquiry. If we knew the answers we wouldn’t be asking for an enquiry.

Muddy
Muddy
February 8, 2024 10:56 pm

Damienski
Feb 8, 2024 9:47 PM

Apropos of not very much, would anyone care to start a book on the date of the first Great Flounce of 2024?

(1). What is the exact definition of a flounce?
(2). Can I bet on myself?

Digger
Digger
February 8, 2024 11:03 pm

You bet I’m effing bitter and vengeful.

Me too, Muddy, me too.

In the Senate all Labor, the Greens, the Jacqui Lambie Network and independent Lydia Thorpe voted to reject the motion.

The Liberals, the Nationals, the Country Liberal Party, the United Australia Party, One Nation and independent David Pocock voted in favour of the motion.

There are evil bastards amongst us.

I will not let go of this.

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
February 8, 2024 11:09 pm

Knuckle Dragger
Feb 8, 2024 10:19 PM
Are you upset Wodney?

Not at all especially when dealing with half wits. I quite enjoy a bit of banter and word sparing. So you have the same lisp problem. Must be that Neanderthal thingy with the lips.

Digger
Digger
February 8, 2024 11:13 pm

132and Bush
Of course Lambie voted against an inquiry.

Who can forget that that gargoylesque form exhorting us to get vaxxed or else?

I started my FaceBook rants with a special post for Lambie. Here it is.

“Hey Jacqui Lambie, 3 years ago you said on national TV that you was coming after those who refused to take the vaccine.

That was me you threatened lady.

Now, when there was a vote in the Senate yesterday to hold an investigation into excess deaths in Australia since the mandated vaccines were introduced you and your party, along with all the hapless Greens and Labor Senators, voted against it.

Why?

Now it is my turn to come after you so be aware that the list of those who voted against the investigation will be repeatedly shown to as many people that I can possibly show it to by every means available to me…. especially leading into elections until the day you are not in a position to try and influence Australian citizens again.

You screamed at other members of parliament who had reservations about the safety of the totally untested, experimental gene therapy, non vaccines (before you get carried away with that statement be prepared to respond to why did they change the definition of vaccines when they released the mRNA concoctions), you sat through numerous interviews pushing the vaccines without consideration for safety or effectiveness at all.

I have a question for you and all the other Senators.

WHY DID YOU VOTE AGAINST THE INVESTIGATION?

There can only be two answers…

Either you don’t care about all the Australian citizens suddenly dropping dead

or-

You are trying to protect your sorry derrier from scrutiny of your endless rants, interviews and threats that you was coming after those of us, who at least questioned the efficacy and safety of mRNA.”

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
February 8, 2024 11:15 pm

JC
Feb 8, 2024 10:11 PM

Still up this late at night. You should have a ‘J Arthur Rank’ over at Wall Street. Stay off the terps though as you always seem to get very stroppy when you have had a few sherberts. You ‘Wan Car’.

Rosie
Rosie
February 8, 2024 11:20 pm

My sil’s car was stolen during an aggravated burglary in regional Queensland, indigenous perps who experienced no consequence, used to commit another burglary, incurred multiple speeding tickets and was dumped a day or so later, with graffiti apparently to cover possible finger prints.
Unfortunately they forgot about
those on all the MacDonalds and
Hungry Jacks wrappings which is why they had to front up for ‘restorative justice’.
Car was a write off.
That’s joy riding.

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
February 8, 2024 11:23 pm

“Hey Jacqui Lambie, 3 years ago you said on national TV that you was coming after those who refused to take the vaccine.

That was me you threatened lady.

I am all for taking a vaccine that I trust. BUT, not a so called ‘vaccine’ that was developed at Warp Speed and that was given Emergency Approval on the basis of minimal testing.

Fortunately, I could not be mandated/coerced into taking the poison dose as I was already retired. And I never got the Corona Virus as far as I know. Never got tested either so they do not have a record of my DNA.

Safe and Effective? What a load of BS.

And no one has come after me let alone a Political Tart like the Lambie Feral.

Zafiro
Zafiro
February 8, 2024 11:26 pm

Got home from work, looked at what was on telly and caught the last half of Once Were Warriors on NITV. Hadn’t seen it in yonks. Forgotten a lot of it.

Go to the bar and bring back a wooden crate of bottles.

“Too much weights, not enough speedwork”.

Uncle Bully at the end.

A mad fillum. It hasn’t aged.

GreyRanga
GreyRanga
February 8, 2024 11:29 pm

I once did some work for a company who won an Emmy for their work in Patagonia. Apart from some of the nicest people ever to work for, which came as a complete surprise for me they related a sory which had everyone in fits of laughter over was their trVels in Patagonia involved camping in a creek bed. Their camera gear was damaged in a flood. Making the insurance claim the company at first rejected the claim but humoured them with camping in a creek bed is fraught with expectation of flood under any condition ( I myself have camped in a creek bed under similar circumstances except I was already half pissed) but added “when was the last time it flooded?) This is the clincher for the payout. 500 years ago noted in history of the area. They fell about like it happened moments beforehand. I think the claim was more important than the award.

GreyRanga
GreyRanga
February 8, 2024 11:36 pm

JR I may rib you occasionally about marty but you’re right on the money with the bush pig. Just think, had the Fat Bastard not had money to squander the bush would still be looking for a big prick. After so many years I still don’t think she’s found anyone to plug the gap.

Muddy
Muddy
February 8, 2024 11:38 pm

Digger has initiated the Covid Cowards List* to which I’d like to add the then Qld Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, the then Qld Health *cough cough* Minister Steven Miles, and the then Qld Chief Health Officer, now Qld Governor [nuff sed, huh?] Jeannette Young. I’m tempted to add the CEO of my former employer, a regional health service, but I think that might be overly complicating matters. I’ll add the name of the top dog of Qld Health when I can recall it.

Feel free to add to the list. We may need to tweak it or add categories. The concept is simply to maintain a list of names of the principle decision-makers that at the time overrode the normally expected rights of individuals. For some, the rejection of these rights brought long-lasting damage to their quality of life. The efforts to manage Covid-19 also wrought measurable damage to important institutions, such as state health and education systems. The economic consequences of the decisions then made will impact future generations.

There is no intimation or direct statement that names on this list should receive anything other than the standard and socially accepted legal consequences of their actions should it be confirmed such actions breached laws or regulations that existed at the time.

* I’m happy to consider snappier suggestions for the list name.

GreyRanga
GreyRanga
February 8, 2024 11:40 pm

I would apologise to the more sensitive souls but its not really something I do. Gross doesn’t really convey the disgust I have for such people. I guess just another run of the mill politician. It is had to differentiate between them anymore.

The Beer whisperer
The Beer whisperer
February 8, 2024 11:44 pm

I started my FaceBook rants with a special post for Lambie.

It took me a while to figure out why she looked familiar. She was the monster under my bed when I was four years old.

She was as hideous then as she is now.

Muddy
Muddy
February 8, 2024 11:44 pm

I’m off on the endless search for beauty sleep. I’m convinced it’s like perfection – impossible to find.

DrBeauGan
DrBeauGan
February 8, 2024 11:45 pm

You are trying to protect your sorry derrier from scrutiny of your endless rants, interviews and threats that you was coming after those of us, who at least questioned the efficacy and safety of mRNA.”

Derriere has an e on the end. Otherwise, perfect. These flagitious scum should be jailed.

GreyRanga
GreyRanga
February 8, 2024 11:47 pm

A snappier suggestion is a crocodile but as a protected species should we inflict such people upon them. Like sharks, there are some things even they won’t eat. We do know politicians will eat their own.

Zafiro
Zafiro
February 9, 2024 12:04 am

N.O.N.C.E. (Not on normal courtyard exercise) = Nonce. That is the etymology.

I’m watching a TV show on Pommy prisons. Some sick puppies there, ‘straya has nothing to compete with some of this.

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
February 9, 2024 12:09 am

“Sliante” to all you horrible mob.

I’m reading a very good book, on the “Breaker Morant” episode, by a South African military historian, Charles Leach. He puts the number of murders committed by the
Bushveldt Carbiners at thirty five, and asks “How many unarmed Boers, attempting to surrender, do you have you shoot, to be considered a war criminal.”

GreyRanga
GreyRanga
February 9, 2024 12:26 am

I’ve recently arrived in NZ to visit my best and most likely my only mate. I was supposed to picked up from the airport by someone that turned out to be quite ill. The wife of the ex SAS guy was whom I only met last year arrived, explained the situation so am staying at their place. We’ve just knocked over a litre of Laphroaig, solved half the worlds problems and would have started on the next bottle. He doesn’t drink malt but thought it not too bad. To all the Cats that have served, thankyou, this is one of your brothers in arms who has made me welcome, shown a perspective maybe not as I might surmise, the ability to see through the lens of being shot at and not holding the shooter as responsible as the people that got them into the mess in the first place. I’m glad it was never me. What he said to me I thought quite profound, “There’ll never be justice for all, just a few, the rest of them protected by laws in case it went the other way and in the end I really only care for the love of my wife and daughter.” For those of us, myself included, who propose what to do about the world’s problems I think it might be better left to ones that have been shot at. “In vino veritas” but we’d already finished the wine. I’m going fishing tomorrow while he goes shooting.

Boambee John
Boambee John
February 9, 2024 7:34 am

Johnnie R

Never got tested either so they do not have a record of my DNA.

If you have ever had a blood test, “they” have a record of your DNA.

Black Ball
Black Ball
February 9, 2024 10:27 am

FMD. Then why is he President? Ladies and gentlemen, the 2 tiered justice system in America writ large. Herald Sun:

Joe Biden will escape criminal charges over wilfully keeping classified files in his home because an independent investigator decided it would be too difficult to prosecute the “elderly man with a poor memory”.

The US President was let off by special counsel Robert Hur despite his year-long investigation uncovering evidence that Mr Biden kept classified documents in his garage and basement from his eight-year stint as Barack Obama’s vice president.

Many of the files – including Mr Biden’s handwritten notebooks – related to his opposition to Mr Obama’s decision to send more troops to Afghanistan, some of which he shared with his ghostwriter who deleted recordings of their interviews when he learned of the probe.

But Mr Hur determined criminal charges were not warranted because “the evidence does not establish Mr Biden’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt”.

His conclusion sparked an angry reaction from Republicans, given former president Donald Trump is facing charges over his mishandling of classified materials after leaving the White House.

Mr Trump raged that Mr Biden’s case was “100 times different and more severe than mine” and that he “did nothing wrong”.

He accused the Department of Justice in an all-caps social media post of “election interference” and “unconstitutional selective prosecution”.

Mr Hur, who was appointed to investigate the President by Attorney-General Merrick Garland, said there were “material distinctions” between the two cases.

In his report, he noted that Mr Trump allegedly refused to return classified documents that were requested by authorities and enlisted others to destroy evidence and lie about it.

Mr Biden consented to searches and sat for a voluntary interview with Mr Hur, although the special counsel said his memory was “significantly limited” during their discussion.

The President failed to remember when his vice presidential term started and ended, saying “when did I stop being vice president?” and “in 2009, am I still vice president?”.

He also failed to remember “even within several years” when his son Beau died, and made mistakes in his recall of the Afghanistan debate including suggesting he had a “real difference” of opinion with a general who actually supported his views.

Mr Hur said he believed a jury would consider that Mr Biden “made an innocent mistake, rather than acting wilfully – that is, with the intent to break the law”.

“Mr Biden would likely present himself to a jury, as he did during our interview of him, as a sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory,” he said.

“It would be difficult to convince a jury that they should convict him – by then a former president well into his eighties – of a serious felony that requires a mental state of wilfulness.”

The Republican-led House Judiciary Committee retorted: “If you’re too old to be charged for a potential crime, you probably shouldn’t be President.”

But White House counsel Richard Sauber and Bob Bauer blasted Mr Hur’s “entirely superfluous” remarks about the President’s memory, accusing him of “investigative excess” with his “inaccurate and inappropriate comments”.

Authorities were able to recover some deleted recordings made by the ghostwriter of Mr Biden’s memoirs, including one in which he referred to finding “all the classified stuff downstairs”.

But the President argued in his interview that his notebooks were “my property” and that “every president before me has done the exact same thing” in keeping them.

Mr Hur acknowledged that the Justice Department had once said that former president Ronald Reagan’s “currently classified” diaries were his “personal records”.

In a statement after the report was released, Mr Biden said “co-operated completely” with the investigation, even spending five hours in interviews in the two days after Hamas’s October 7 attack on Israel.

“I just believed that’s what I owed the American people so they could know no charges would be brought and the matter closed,” he said.

Just an odious state of affairs.

Kneel
Kneel
February 9, 2024 12:40 pm

“Forgive my ignorance, but exactly who/what is being accused here?

It seems unlikely that being a resident of Tasmania is of itself deadly, so what is theorized to have caused an increase in deaths there?”

Perhaps the first question should be: is this a statistically significant variation in “excess deaths” based on historical data, and if so, how large?
Because the larger the variation from what we would expect, the more it would appear to have a “cause” that we may be able to track down – “rare” events can and do happen by chance, but the rarer they are, the more likely they have an external cause.
Then, once we know how significant a change from “normal” it appears to be, we can look for events that show some sort of temporal correlation, and investigate whether or not there is reason to believe that any such “event” was potentially causative.
Given that excess death data from other countries also appears to show an up-tick, then this may allow us to find more likely candidates for cause that appear in all such countries, rather than just in Tasmania or Australia.
That’s not pointing the finger at anyone or anything until we get some hard data on what we are actually seeing and what causes – if any – may be worth investigating.

Do you find fault with such an approach?
I have to say that given what some have suggested as causative, then even should you feel that such suggestions are incorrect, an investigation as outlined above would be beneficial, especially to trust in authorities. The more open and complete, the better, I would have thought.

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