Open Thread – Weekend 23 March 2024


Entry of the Christ in Jerusalem, Jean-Leon Gerome, 1897

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132andBush
132andBush
March 24, 2024 4:37 pm

Johnny Rotten
March 24, 2024 7:55 am

I watched this today, it was good in that it hits all the facts nicely and someone like monty would do well to watch it and at least start thinking.

Unfortunately the creators felt the need to present it in a semi jovial manner as if the target audience were late primary/early secondary children.

This detracts from the seriousness of the message.

Mother Lode
Mother Lode
March 24, 2024 4:39 pm

I think what Dover earlier about the Libs down there makes a great deal of sense. Promote business and have lots of oldies settling down there.

It would be a smart move. Oldies are living on their nest eggs and not in the mood to have them raped by new, made up imposts.

Funny thing is that Old Age Pensioners are a welfare demographic reamed with impunity, desperately begging for every crumb of government money picked up by an air current and falling their way. Economic battered wives. Superannuation has created a demographic relying directly on business activity.

Oh come on
Oh come on
March 24, 2024 4:41 pm

I don’t know much about the Tasmanian electorate. Can anyone explain the Jacqui Lambie constituency for me? I cannot for the life of me understand Lambie’s appeal. She is a total weathervane in that she doesn’t seem to stand for anything particularly discernable and she has the charisma and personality of cold porridge. I find her quite repulsive, actually. It doesn’t at all surprise me that she served in the Military Police – she comes across as a quintessential toecutter. Is she particularly good at bringing home the bacon for Tasmania, or something? If so, I could understand why she has political support. But other than that, I just can’t see it.

Carpe Jugulum
Carpe Jugulum
March 24, 2024 4:45 pm

but what really caught my eye was her beautiful hair. Doesn’t chemo generally affect that?

You don’t get a dose of chemo and your hair instantly falls out, some types of chemotherapy have no affect on hair growth.

132andBush
132andBush
March 24, 2024 4:50 pm

Alienating the unwilling vaxxed by imposing some stupid purity test on them and never missing a chance to rub their noses in their failure to pass it is strategically boneheaded.

Agreed, although I have come across quite a few examples of “I was always a member of the Resistance” syndrome.
That rather grates.

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
March 24, 2024 4:53 pm

NT police investigate possible death in custody
Staff writers
Northern Territory Police will investigate whether the death of a 20-year-old man in Alice Springs on Sunday morning was a death in custody.
The 20-year-old man was hit by a car and died hours after being involved in a “disturbance” on Todd St in Alice Springs in the early hours of Sunday morning, Assistant Commissioner Travis Wurst said.
“Police did have some involvement and engagement with the deceased person, along with a number of other people,” Assistant Commissioner Wurst said.
“That person was then later taken home, and a number of hours later, it’s believed he left his residence and was struck by this vehicle.
“As a consequence of those developments within the investigation, Northern Territory Police are investigating this matter as though it is a death in custody.”
Assistant Commissioner Wurst said a determination as to whether the incident constituted a death in custody would be made by the coroner.
“Northern Territory Police are investigating this matter on behalf of the coroner and will continue to investigate the matter from the criminal side of the conduct of the driver as a part of this ongoing investigation,” he said.
“Northern Territory Police can confirm that shortly after 1pm today a vehicle was seized and a 32-year-old male was taken into custody in relation to being the driver of the vehicle that struck the male who later died.”

miltonf
miltonf
March 24, 2024 4:56 pm

Well at the risk of repeating myself, I never wanted those rotten, evil injections (two) but it was that or unemployment.

H B Bear
H B Bear
March 24, 2024 5:05 pm

I think what Dover earlier about the Libs down there makes a greast deal of sense. Promote business and have lots of oldies settling down there.

You’ll just get a bunch of retired school teachers driving Subarus. Oldies making tea and coffee for GetUp swampies who’ve got the seated ferry places across from Melbournibad. Basically Bob Brown clones.

miltonf
miltonf
March 24, 2024 5:10 pm

Yes Skooby doos are the new Volvo.

JC
JC
March 24, 2024 5:10 pm

There’s a very interesting visual coming up after the attack on the Moscow theatre and Israel on Oct 7. Putin has said he will seek retribution for the heinous act. Who can blame him if he does. Let’s see how this plays out.

Boambee John
Boambee John
March 24, 2024 5:12 pm

132andBush

 March 24, 2024 4:37 pm

Johnny Rotten

March 24, 2024 7:55 am

I watched this today, it was good in that it hits all the facts nicely and someone like monty would do well to watch it and at least start thinking.

mUnturd doesn’t know how to think, All he knows is how to regurgitate leftard talking points.

Boambee John
Boambee John
March 24, 2024 5:16 pm

OCO

It doesn’t at all surprise me that she served in the Military Police – she comes across as a quintessential toecutter.

Scene: a Military Police barracks somewhere.

“Hit him again Sergeant-Major. Now lad, will you make a voluntary statement?”

JC
JC
March 24, 2024 5:17 pm

Freaking incredible.

Livestream of
@Neuralink
demonstrating “Telepathy” – controlling a computer and playing video games just by thinking

This is heading to a very interesting place. There will come a time when a chip implant could increase human IQ to 5000 even. The downside is that you’re going to have someone making a hole in your skull and then messing around with your brain. Do you do it?

Louis Litt
Louis Litt
March 24, 2024 5:26 pm

Dot

Louis Litt
Louis Litt
March 24, 2024 5:33 pm

Dot
your comment recently re Jesse Jackson and race baiting.
His “keep hop alive “ campaign I could not understand and I felt it discomforting, something unnatural or false about it.
Your comment re race baiting explains it.
at the time you had will smith, Morgan freeman , prince etc all popular around the world.

GreyRanga
GreyRanga
March 24, 2024 5:36 pm

Organising to visit my 100yo Aunt. Discovered from the nursing home she had died. Thankyou for letting me know as I was on her to call list. Both her and my Uncle are responsible for all my good attributes whilst my parents for the not so good ones. She was an extraordinary storyteller of life, the likes of which are few and far between. They weren’t well off but wanted for nothing. Never required the trappings of modern life. Only ever owned one house, lived in a concrete block garage next door for a couple of years. Kitchen in a lean-to out the back. Long drop away from the building. No children. Shame as they loved kids so much.

Louis Litt
Louis Litt
March 24, 2024 5:38 pm

Could some one tell me why a woman who gave birth to 4 children whose husband works in defence would join the labor party and stand for a state seat

GreyRanga
GreyRanga
March 24, 2024 5:55 pm

Miltonf you did what you had to do regarding the jabs. I was fortunate that I didn’t have to. I don’t blame anyone that did. I’m still surprised no one has not taken retribution. The arseholes that were imposing all the crap never suffered from their own dictates. If I ever have the opportunity to inflict pain upon them I will not hesitate. I doubt that will happen but at least I can wish.

Top Ender
Top Ender
March 24, 2024 5:56 pm

Can anyone explain the Jacqui Lambie constituency for me?

Some of it is down to a burning resentment many Tasmanians feel about being down there by themselves. Anyone who taps into that and puts two fingers up to “the mainland” is on a winner.

GreyRanga
GreyRanga
March 24, 2024 6:01 pm

Now dover, unaware and not admitting are two completely different things.

Rockdoctor
Rockdoctor
March 24, 2024 6:01 pm

Grey Ranga condolences.

For what it’s worth mum who was NOK to my dad when he passed had same experience and it should have come from Heidelberg Police Station, not a third party.

Rockdoctor
Rockdoctor
March 24, 2024 6:04 pm

Anyone who taps into that and puts two fingers up to “the mainland” is on a winner.

Seem feeling in NQ and why Bob Katter is popular here. Unsure about Tasmania but we up this way do have some legitimate axes to grind and they play on that.

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
March 24, 2024 6:06 pm

Top Ender
 March 24, 2024 5:56 pm

Can anyone explain the Jacqui Lambie constituency for me?

Some of it is down to a burning resentment many Tasmanians feel about being down there by themselves.

Man, oh, man, “burning resentment” is what they do best down there.

Roger
Roger
March 24, 2024 6:09 pm

A leading Scottish public health “expert” and professor testified to the UK’s covid inquiry this week that “in clinical settings [masks] work, surgeons use them, on construction sites, the mask itself works”. 

Small problem…masks are not worn in such settings to prevent the entry of microscopic viral pathogens into the mask wearer’s body.

As German plague diarist eugyppius stated recently, the authorities may well be malign, but don’t underestimate sheer stupidity as an explanation for much of what they come up with.

I’m leaning to the view that with the growth of the administrative state the gene pool simply cannot supply the talent needed to fill all the positions it generates with competent people.

Modern miseducation certainly isn’t helping and neither is the diversity mantra.

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Boambee John
Boambee John
March 24, 2024 6:13 pm

Roger

I’m leaning to the view that with the growth of the administrative state the gene pool simply cannot supply the talent needed to fill all the positions it generates with competent people.

It’s more a problem with the edumacation system.

In the 1960s and 1970s, housewives with kids at school got low level administrative jobs in the Circus. They could read, write, add up and importantly, think. They did jobs well that were later given to Yartz graduates in the 1990s, said graduates needed their hands held.

Now, God knows what is happening.

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Roger
Roger
March 24, 2024 6:16 pm

Some of it is down to a burning resentment many Tasmanians feel about being down there by themselves.

By themselves?

Would they like some new chums?

I hear Melbourne is over supplied atm.

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Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
March 24, 2024 6:20 pm

To be clear, the discussion earlier today wasn’t about vaxes or mandates per se.
It was a response from me to Vicki’s assertion that those who had the vax were entrenched in a view which dismisses potential vax harm.
Firstly, there is plenty of evidence right here of people who took the vax based on personal circumstances but equally acknowledge that it carried risks for some which far outweighed any benefits (e.g. myocarditis in otherwise fit 40 year olds).
Secondly, and this was the central point I was making, there is ample evidence of those who were anti-vax latching onto all sorts of flimsy “evidence” of vax harm (hi, Indolent).
So I don’t think a blinkered mindset is the sole preserve of one side of this debate.

Roger
Roger
March 24, 2024 6:30 pm

Chilly and damp here.

Fireplace lit.

In Queensland, in March!

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
March 24, 2024 6:31 pm

there is ample evidence of those who were anti-vax latching onto all sorts of flimsy “evidence” of vax harm

It’s still going on, largely on other contemporary blogs, and including the steely-eyed Last Holdout resident and Great DeaTh Predictor as well.

To repeat this tedious theme, I am extremely amused that those with nothing to lose – i.e., the unemployed, the rich and/or already set, and those with no businesses and livelihoods to lose were the most strident in crucifying those who were compelled to take the jab or endure their daughters going to primary school in used wheat bags, if at all.

The halfwits peddling the ‘anyone that has since died did so directly from the vax, but don’t ask me for evidence because vibe’, and replicating metals, and four foot copper cables in corpses, and the R family and lizards and tunnels and red shoes really do need to pull their tiny gullible heads in, and save their rage for the governments that demanded it in the first place – because, and yet again, ‘vibe’.

Pogria
Pogria
March 24, 2024 6:35 pm

How about some good news for a little change of pace.
The Shat turned 93 last Friday. Red State has a nice little tribute to him.

https://redstate.com/wardclark/2024/03/23/william-shatner-93-shares-his-secrets-on-staying-youthful-1-secret-be-captain-james-t-kirk-n2171823

Diogenes
Diogenes
March 24, 2024 6:48 pm

Fireplace lit.

In Queensland, in March!

SiL in Stanthorpe has had the fire on all weekend. BiL will have to go and get some more wood .They now have to travel 80 km to source it. And because of the rain, a ute hit a train on the NE Highway at The Summit.

Been seeing lots of prangs in the locals Facebook pages. It’s raining !

H B Bear
H B Bear
March 24, 2024 6:51 pm

Comments on the Tasmanian election make my periodic observations on Tasmania seem comparatively mild. Clearly I need to try harder.

Rockdoctor
Rockdoctor
March 24, 2024 7:00 pm

Tropics are noice. Ridging is attempting it’s push up the coast and the seasonal SE tradewinds will kick in soon enough for 6 long boring months weatherwise and lots of watering lawns.

Dot
Dot
March 24, 2024 7:13 pm

A Russian spy is a step closer to being deported after it was revealed in a secret tribunal hearing that she tried to make friends with submarine workers in Adelaide while working in the space industry.

We have a space industry?

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
March 24, 2024 7:18 pm

H B Bear
March 23, 2024 11:49 pm

Hare Clarke is the Duckworth Lewis of voting systems. You go to bed, check the paper in the morning and just go, “How did that happen?”

Van Diemen’s Land. The Cleva State. Nice.

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
March 24, 2024 7:22 pm

m0nty
March 24, 2024 10:20 am

The Butler did it. Err’ Guvner’. The MSM told me. And it wasn’t Trump. LOL.

MatrixTransform
March 24, 2024 7:27 pm

There will come a time when a chip implant could increase human IQ to 5000 even

you should get one

… or a brain transplant

we know you can afford it

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
March 24, 2024 7:28 pm

JC
March 24, 2024 10:53 am

Westerners, at least Europeans don’t operate in this way.

BS. Those French Farkers sank the Rainbow Warrior in NZ. And how many NZ soldiers died and helped to save the French from two world wars?

The most ungrateful farking Nation in the World. The farking Frogs.

CNUTS……….

Oh come on
Oh come on
March 24, 2024 7:33 pm

By the way. Does anyone really believe ISIS was behind the Moscow theatre attack? I mean, I suppose it is possible but it seems highly unlikely that Russian territory and civilians would be at the top of their shitlist.

Ukraine, on the other hand, has already hit civilian targets and civilians in Russia, and has a fairly obvious motive to carry out such an attack.

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
March 24, 2024 7:35 pm

The most ungrateful farking Nation in the World. The farking Frogs.

The English are French, thanks to William the Conqueror and Richard I. Ever since then the Poms have had an inferiority complex apropos of the French, which is quite something.

Digger
Digger
March 24, 2024 7:37 pm

Can anyone explain the Jacqui Lambie constituency for me?

Basically she attracts feeble minded people who don’t have the balls to speak up. She has a propensity to push back against authority with the eloquence of an uneducated blancmange and that attracts similar people who are too afraid to push back themselves.

After all she commands the authority of someone who spent 12 years in the army and rose all the way up to corporal…

Bourne1879
Bourne1879
March 24, 2024 7:48 pm

Climate Change the movie doing the rounds on Twitter is well worth a look.

Oh come on
Oh come on
March 24, 2024 7:50 pm

I get the politics of resentment. I also understand how certain personalities that are atypical of politicians are a good fit for particular areas or demographics. Bob Katter has a folksy charm about him – he’s a bit of a character. I can totally understand how someone like him can build an enduring regional power base. Same with Pauline Hanson. She has a certain charisma and authenticity that means 10% of the country is likely to vote for her or a PHON candidate if they see enough of her.

But Jacqui Lambie has no redeeming features. Who would vote for someone like her to represent them? They’d need to have a screw loose. And be blind and deaf.

That’s why I wondered if she’s a good pork barreller. It is the only reason to vote for her that makes any kind of sense.

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
March 24, 2024 7:51 pm

Knuckle Dragger
March 24, 2024 7:35 pm

Another typical dopey comment from an NT in-bred with no knowledge of History. And part of the Junior Cretin/Mrs Stencho Pantyhose/Dotty Dot of Dottiness Fan (fanny) Club with not much history.

The Btits were Celts. The Normans were half Norsemen (Vikings) and half frogs. The better half took over (not the frogs as they were toads). Angles, Saxons, Jutes, and others were all in the mix for those English.

Luckily for Convict’s Paradise, the Brits got here and settled the joint before the frogs did. And what a lovely language English is. Shakespeare loved it.

Sorry Neanderthal person. you are just as ungrateful as those frogs.

Bye.

JR

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Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
March 24, 2024 8:00 pm

Boambee John
March 24, 2024 5:12 pm

132andBush

 March 24, 2024 4:37 pm

Johnny Rotten

March 24, 2024 7:55 am

I watched this today, it was good in that it hits all the facts nicely and someone like monty would do well to watch it and at least start thinking.

mUnturd doesn’t know how to think, All he knows is how to regurgitate leftard talking points.

Yes and thank you John but the people that really need to watch that video is all of Parliament House, the States/Territories, the USA, UK, the CSIRO, the UN, the EU, and anyone with half a brain.

So that includes, MontyPox Virus, Tennis Elbow, Blackout Bowen, Wenny Pong, Dim Chalmers, the Tony the Burke and even Mt Potato Head.

miltonf
miltonf
March 24, 2024 8:01 pm

Pretty fair analysis there JR. After 1066 until the end of the black death the ruling classes spoke Norman French and only the lower orders spoke English. After that English (somewhat corrupted compared to pre 1066) re asserted itself. English has great beauty and gets used and abused rather too much.

rosie
rosie
March 24, 2024 8:02 pm

Last day in Paris.
I’ve enjoyed it. It’s a beautiful city and wherever the dregs are, like people love to put up on social media, they aren’t in the tourist areas en masse, the centre is pretty good.
A few beggars on the streets and homeless tents on the banks of the Seine and near the big church behind Hotel De Ville but the same as it has been for the last several years.
The main drag in La Kremlin-Bicêtre is very multicultural but a couple of hundred metres away at the cafe next to mine is all indigenous French with a nice view of the local Mairie to boot.
I wandered into the church of St Nicholas on the left bank yesterday, a ‘traditional’ Catholic parish with an dress standard and Latin mass, was thinking about going there today but they want women to wear veils and I don’t have one with me. Would be interesting to see how well attended it is.
There were young men kneeling on the ground praying when I went in yesterday.
Little Sens also had a traditional parish.
The museum of Paris in the 4th was pretty crowded yesterday, lots of Americans on holidays and it is free.
When Hausmann started to demolish Paris in the 19th century the locals collected a lot of street signs, even entire shop fronts to preserve at least some of their history.
Too late for the convents and monasteries, all long gone, even the schools run by the church, nearly all were demolished by the revolutionaries, there are a few examples of stained glass, a beautiful altar with smashed heads, some end pieces of coffins, just a few scraps of Paris’s medieval Christian heritage.

The only surviving institution on the right bank I’m aware of is the old Jesuit seminary, now a private boy’s school.
Those revolutionaries put a huge amount of effort into destroying France’s Christian heritage, the demolitions must have taken years, mostly they were successful, physically and spiritually.
There are also exhibitions all the way back to the mesolithic occupation of the Paris area, like the rest of Europe they are still finding stuff.

miltonf
miltonf
March 24, 2024 8:05 pm

Just stay away from St Denis eh Rosie. Good you enjoyed it.

Bourne1879
Bourne1879
March 24, 2024 8:05 pm

Add another to the list. RSV. NSW. WA already brought in and Qld planning to.

Thousands of babies who are most at risk from a worrying virus will be eligible for a new vaccination rollout

Farmer Gez
Farmer Gez
March 24, 2024 8:06 pm

Please take the time to listen to this.
Farmers telling the story of the objectionable behaviour of the renewable proponents and government.
https://rumble.com/v4kcghi-frontline-of-renewable-energy-zones-with-grant-piper-and-emma-bowman-live-t.html
Should not happen in a decent democracy.

rosie
rosie
March 24, 2024 8:07 pm

Apparently French and English are 27% lexical similar.
French has a lot less words though, as for pronunciations…
A couple of loan words from English to French though.
I got wished un ‘bon weekend’ yesterday.

miltonf
miltonf
March 24, 2024 8:08 pm

I regret to say places like Dandenong and Auburn would give St Denis a bit of competition. Canbra has a lot to answer for.

rosie
rosie
March 24, 2024 8:09 pm

I really want to go to the basilica of St Denis, I’ll wait until I’m travelling with someone else though.

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
March 24, 2024 8:09 pm

The Btits were Celts. The Normans were half Norsemen (Vikings) and half frogs. The better half took over

Yeah, no worries. That’s why Poms are all five foot four, scrawny, pale and prone to moaning about drizzle, or not enough drizzle. Because of the Viking heritage.

Sure.

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
March 24, 2024 8:15 pm

GreyRanga
March 24, 2024 5:55 pm

Miltonf you did what you had to do regarding the jabs. I was fortunate that I didn’t have to. I don’t blame anyone that did. I’m still surprised no one has not taken retribution. The arseholes that were imposing all the crap never suffered from their own dictates. If I ever have the opportunity to inflict pain upon them I will not hesitate. I doubt that will happen but at least I can wish.

Too true GreyRanga. I was very fortunate as well being retired at the time and could not be bullied into taking the poison.

My sixth sense told me that there was something not right with the whole caper. Older and wiser.

Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
Zulu Kilo Two Alpha
March 24, 2024 8:18 pm

Last day in Paris.

Paris in 2017 had armed soldiers everywhere.

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
March 24, 2024 8:19 pm

KD at 6:31.

The halfwits peddling the ‘anyone that has since died did so directly from the vax, but don’t ask me for evidence because vibe’, and replicating metals, and four foot copper cables in corpses, and the R family and lizards and tunnels and red shoes really do need to pull their tiny gullible heads in, and save their rage for the governments that demanded it in the first place – because, and yet again, ‘vibe’.

Oh, and let’s not forget “You getting the jab (even though you live 3,000 kilometres away and are one individual out of 25 million) forced me to lose my Reg Varney ‘On The Buses’ job and made me sell my boat”.

Roger
Roger
March 24, 2024 8:23 pm

Should not happen in a decent democracy.

Vignerons in Heathcote about to get shafted too.

Giant solar “farm” with associated poles and wires to be built against their objections, which most likely would have been upheld prior to Andrews laying out the legal red carpet for renewables.

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
March 24, 2024 8:23 pm

forced me to lose my Reg Varney ‘On The Buses’ job and made me sell my boat

Ah yes.

We all mourn the Hartley.

Sancho Panzer
Sancho Panzer
March 24, 2024 8:28 pm

Eighteen feet of Hartley to be precise.

rosie
rosie
March 24, 2024 8:32 pm

“Paris in 2017 had armed soldiers everywhere”
I was here in 2017.
I haven’t bothered to to up to the Eiffel this year but there were soldiers there last year and in 2006 the first time I visited but nothing like 2017, remember soldiers being at every train station, patrollimg the Marais, in fact iirc half of France’s soldiers were deployed on the streets after that series of terror attacks, there were soldiers guarding the synagogue in Cannes too.
Haven’t seen one this trip.

miltonf
miltonf
March 24, 2024 8:54 pm

I really want to go to the basilica of St Denis, I’ll wait until I’m travelling with someone else though.

Reminds me of when I was in Paris in 1996-the metro line I used quite a bit terminated at St Denis Basilique but I wasn’t game to travel right to the end. That’s nearly 30 years ago. I believe Alstom has its HQ in St Denis!

132andBush
132andBush
March 24, 2024 8:54 pm

Vignerons in Heathcote about to get shafted too.

Someone will go “postal” before all this is done.
Hope I’m wrong.

Indolent
Indolent
March 24, 2024 9:13 pm
Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
March 24, 2024 9:15 pm

What was the shortest court case?

Judge Judy – Like what was stolen?

https://qph.cf2.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-f17ef94e1f718b2c5a3fe4e13f2848c7-lq

Plaintiff – My wallet…
Judge Judy – What was in your wallet?
Plaintiff – It was 50 bucks. I had to replace all my IDs, I had gift cards in there, my earpiece and the calculator.

https://qph.cf2.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-db12aa08558f3b27d958e1bd4ddbb81f-pjlq

Accused – (interrupting) There was not an earpiece in there ma’am.

Judge Judy – I love it. Judgement for the plaintiff for the amount of $500, that’s what I think it’s worth madam. Goodbye.

It was all over in 26 seconds. He literally said, “if you’re going to accuse me, you better do it properly”.

Ha, ha, ha, ha…………………………..

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Titus Groates
Titus Groates
March 24, 2024 9:18 pm

Tim Blair has an interesting piece on British immigrants. Wodney will concur, I’m sure.

https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/blogs/tim-blair/lifes-lottery-won-and-lost/news-story/0ba72246f11bd609f297615a75ed4288

GreyRanga
GreyRanga
March 24, 2024 9:19 pm

18 foot you say Thancho, here’s me thinking it was 16 foot. The s truth is out there, somewhere. Wonder if he’s polishing up on his limp for ANZAC DAY?

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
March 24, 2024 9:21 pm

This is heading to a very interesting place. There will come a time when a chip implant could increase human IQ to 5000 even. The downside is that you’re going to have someone making a hole in your skull and then messing around with your brain. Do you do it?

I heard that they gave you a soggy (potato) chip but it did increase your IQ from 20 to 21………………..lol

Knuckle Dragger
Knuckle Dragger
March 24, 2024 9:28 pm

Wonder if he’s polishing up on his limp for ANZAC DAY?

Oho. I had, unfortunately, forgotten about the ‘we are all Anzacs now’ play.

Unforgiveable.

Dot
Dot
March 24, 2024 9:49 pm

You people simply aren’t red pilled enough. Check each patent number if you’d like to verify this yourself.

ELECTROMAGNETIC SATELLITE TECHNOLOGY
THE NEUROPHONE:US Patent # 3,393,279.
July 16th, 1968
It’s a device that converts sound to electrical
impulses sometimes called the “Voice of God”
or makes the person think he is crazy. When
the signals are sent to the brain, it makes a
person think that God is speaking to him/her or
even an “alien.” It targets the unique
bioelectrical resonance frequency using his
“vibrational pattern” in the brain called a
“signature” and it acts like an audio receiver.

THE PSYCHO-ACOUSTIC PROJECTOR:
U.S. patent #3,566,347, (23/2/71)
A device/weapon which can actually deafen
the target.

SILENT SUBLIMAL MESSAGES: US Patent #
5,159,703. October 27th, 1992
Non aural carriers in extreme audio frequency
ranges are amplified or modulated with the
desired material and propagated acoustically
for direct inducement into the brain. This is an
excellent method of influencing people without
their knowledge and is used in advertising.

METHODS AND SYSTEMS OF ALTERING
CONSICOUSNESS:
US Patent # 5,123,844. June 23rd, 1992
US Patent # 5,289,438. February 22nd, 1994
These systems stimulate the brain with
different frequencies and wave forms to alter
the subject’s state of consciousness.
Electro Magnetic Field (EMF)
monitoring/interference is one of the most
insidious and secretive of all methods used
by the agencies.

MICROWAVE WEAPONS: “A hearing system”
U.S. patent #4,877,027, 31/10/89 & “A hearing
device” U.S. patent #4,858,612, 22/8/89.
The first known experiment with microwaved
voices was conducted by Sharp and Grove in the
early 70’s. However, the Defence Intelligence
Agency and ARPA (The Advanced Research
Projects Agency) are principally to blame for the
abuse of such technologies since. eg Project
Pandora etc. The CIA’s Langley Research Center
as well as numerous scientists working in
Energy/Defence department labs across the U.S.
are also responsible.

BRAIN WAVE MONITORS/ANALYSERS
When the brain wave pattern of an individual is
detected from the use of one of numerous types of
detectors such as a satellite, these brainwave
signals are sent to a monitor with a computer.
These brain wave patterns are interpreted through a
brain wave vocabulary that records the thoughts
into words. The NSA monitors the brainwaves of
their targets by satellite and decode the evoked
potentials (3.50Hz 5 milliwatts) that the brain emits.
So, using lasers / satellites and high-powered
computers, the agencies have now gained the
ability to decipher human thoughts – and from a
considerable distance almost instantaneously.

…and now for the “Puke Gun”:

The most effective sensory weapons are ones
that can engage and disorient multiple methods
of input as well. Colloquially known as the
“puke ray,” the Distributed Sound And Light
Array Debilitator generates sound and light in a
specific sequence designed to overload the
brain’s processors, generating feelings of
unease and discomfort. Prolonged exposure
can result in even more unpleasant effects,
including nausea and vomiting. Some scientists
are even working towards producing a portable
version the size of a flashlight that can be used
on an individual basis.

Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
March 24, 2024 10:02 pm

Mr Bean and the new Tesla microchip – Self driving by remote control – lol

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vjPsaYMk83Y

feelthebern
feelthebern
March 24, 2024 10:07 pm

Since when do terrorists get paid half up front, half on result.

These chaps might be like the red headed Aussie that fought for ISIS who famously said they only send retards on suicide missions before being sent on one himself.

This also might be a prank gone wrong.
Keep in mind that swatting in the US has killed people.
Who’s to say some rich kids with no moral compass did this?

Time will tell.

feelthebern
feelthebern
March 24, 2024 10:14 pm

As there were currency transfers to the chaps, it means that there is a digital fingerprint.

Very inconvenient them not getting turned into red mush.

132andBush
132andBush
March 24, 2024 10:20 pm

BRAIN WAVE MONITORS/ANALYSERS
When the brain wave pattern of an individual is
detected from the use of one of numerous types of
detectors such as a satellite, these brainwave
signals are sent to a monitor with a computer.
These brain wave patterns are interpreted through a
brain wave vocabulary that records the thoughts
into words

Yeah, essentially a Babel Fish.

Douglas Adams was all over this.

feelthebern
feelthebern
March 24, 2024 10:31 pm

I’ve been watching Anthony Bourdain shows this weekend.
What a fascinating fellow.

Dot
Dot
March 24, 2024 10:54 pm

Hey

I’m just a lone nut on the internet, seeking to be a mighty oak of tomorrow.

Don’t take my word for it, inspect the patent nos. yourselves, you lot.

JC
JC
March 24, 2024 11:46 pm

Dover

Arnaud Bertrand says

There were many deeply shameful episodes in American history, but this will surely be remembered as one of the most depraved: the US is confirming they’re de-funding UNRWA – the main humanitarian agency in Gaza – until 2025.

Any thoughts?

JC
JC
March 24, 2024 11:59 pm

lol
Just wondering what you think of this comment, seeing you quote Madam Bertrand as a source.

Your other source, Deckchair Warlord was quoting Ms Bertrand a little way down from your Twitter link.

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Oh come on
Oh come on
March 25, 2024 12:07 am

Immigrated to new thread.

Last edited 23 days ago by Oh come on
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