France Growing Savage By Richard Miller (London)

 

         Now, what group of people would want to attack a Paris police station using metal bars and fireworks as a weapon? Let me think about that one for a nanosecond.

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China’s Tibet Tyranny By James Reed

         Our trading partner, who buys all of our iron ore for its vast war machine, is treating Tibet a wee bit unfairly, with tyranny. But, having been punished before for speaking out over the Wuhan flu, little old Oz better keep quiet, selling its resources. I can’t wait until every bloody thing is gone, and we live again.

https://amp.news.com.au/world/asia/tibet-forced-into-labour-camps-under-chinas-draconian-scheme/news-story/600a97d9a024b74d09623df91ca06bce

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Ha! Ha! Migrant Migraine By James Reed

         We know that Big Business that run the universe, will be returning to its mass immigration Asianisation scheme soon, like we have never seen before, needing to catch up. But, for a time it was good to see that we did not die without mass immigration, and all the supposed benefits of immigration were just for the corporate elite, not for us; only negative consequences.

https://www.theaustralian.com.au/nation/politics/big-australia-coronavirus-tipped-to-give-us-a-migrant-migraine/news-story/52843a8c9da394f13f181adfb3a89e37?utm_source=TheAustralian&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=Editorial&utm_content=emailname_

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What They Really Mean is that All Whites are White Supremacists. Why Care? By Charles Taylor (Florida)

         A major founder of the BLM said that she would not be voting for Joe Biden, as even Biden is a white supremacist. This is all documented below. This is significant because the narrative is shifting now to the multicult diverse Democrats beginning a revolt against the old white Democrats. Thus, the party will ultimately become a party of colour, of all against the Whites, who are all being defined as white supremacists. And I don’t care. Call me what you will. I. Just. Don’t. Care. Anymore.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khmwKLbaJg8

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After the Vaccine, Still Covidiot Restrictions? By Brian Simpson

         The lockdown was something that had to be endured until the magical vaccine came. But now authorities are saying that the vaccine alone won’t stop the spread of the virus. Gasp!

https://amp.theguardian.com/world/2020/oct/01/covid-19-vaccine-alone-wont-defeat-spread-of-virus-report-warns

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Portland Anarchy Forever By Chris Knight.

         It looks like the antifa/BLM urban terrorists are now showing their real colours and attacking anything white, even though some of them are vaguely white or something. A statue of madman proto-woke Abe Lincoln was torn down, defeating the racist that ended slavery.  There you go.

 

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Big Kev Rudd on the Murdoch Monopoly: “Cancer” of Democracy By James Reed

         I must admit that Big Kev Rudd has done more good things as ex-pm, that as pm. The latest is his attack on the Murdoch media monopoly, and it is about time:

https://www.theguardian.com/media/2020/oct/11/kevin-rudd-petition-royal-commission-news-corp-media-domination-australia

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Turning Sour on China By James Reed

         Why would the world turn sour on China? It is a lovable communist country with a quest for world domination, who harvests organs and has concentration camps, but should that fact colour our judgment, I ask, about someone buying so much of our iron ore to make into weapons?

https://amp.theaustralian.com.au/world/the-world-turns-sour-on-china-says-pew-research/news-story/fb14861da33a5ad6c69827a45b552eb4

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What is “Hateful” Comment? By Michael Ferguson

         It seems that everything the elites do not like is “hateful,” such as criticisms of immigration, as illustrated by this article:

https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2020/10/10/twitter-censors-senate-candidate-lauren-witzkes-immigration-views-as-hateful-conduct/

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Post-Election Civil War Again By Chris Knight

         Gun sales in America are at an all time high, much like the wild west, as polls have shown that a majority of Americans believe that a post-election civil war is coming, that is in less than a month. Now a number of us have contributed articles on this, but here is a video from Dr Steve Turley, and one from Hannity, putting it all together:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5YZ_Y5XE5Q

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Facts about Covid-19

https://swprs.org/facts-about-covid-19/#latest

Fully referenced facts about Covid-19, provided by experts in the field, to help our readers make a realistic risk assessment. (Regular updates below)

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What Do We Know About Industrial Manslaughter Law in Victoria? By Ian Wilson LL. B

     The Workplace Safety Legislation Amendment (Workplace Manslaughter and other Matters) Act 2019 (no. 50 of 2019) has come into effect, with some startling consequences, some would say, political intrigue. To get this right, let us set out the facts as stated by the leading article on this topic, by journalist Robert Gottliebsen, who has been covering things like this for over 50 years. He deserves a medal or three:
https://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/economics/victorian-cabinet-manslaughter-charges-three-steps-closer/news-story/36cd8c24762f3df6ed4eb223607744ff
“..., last week the state of Victoria took three significant and deliberate steps towards the prosecution of members of its cabinet for industrial manslaughter – a crime that carries a maximum penalty of $16.5m and/or 25 years in jail.  The industrial manslaughter Victorian legislation was designed by Premier Daniel Andrews and the current government with the aim of jailing and heavily fining the chairman, chief executive, chief financial officer and directors of any large corporation where there was a death on or associated with their workplace. It was vicious legislation casting a wide net but it did not pass the parliament until late November (2019-ed). Seven weeks later COVID-19 hit Victoria,
Not in their wildest dreams did the Victorian cabinet ever consider that their personal freedoms and finances might be the first to be put on the line as the new and powerful legislation was tested...

...Last week’s first step in moving towards industrial manslaughter charges was the dramatic announcement by the new WorkSafe chief executive Colin Radford that WorkSafe would be investigating the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions for possible breaches of workplace safety...
...Secondly while Radford and WorkSafe investigates, the public investigation is showing Victorians just how crazy the administration of the quarantine became. There is no suggestion that WorkSafe will be nobbled by the government in its investigations. But theoretically, if it were, then the public would be in a unique position to realise what had happened. The position of Radford and his board would be untenable....
Finally, Attorney-General Jill Hennessy confirmed that the ministers of the Crown are subject to penalties for breaches of workplace safety including charges of industrial manslaughter. Similar assurances were made in the parliament when the bill was being debated".

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Mark Latham's maiden speech

Mark Latham's maiden speech in NSW Legislative Council - 8th May 2019

More about Mark Latham

https://www.onenation.org.au/mandatory-reading-mark-lathams-maiden-speech/

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Can One Really Photograph a Black Hole? Some Scepticism By Brian Simpson and Mrs Vera West

     The mainstream media have been jumping up and down about a 29-year old female physicist who has allegedly photographed a black hole, or that is the impression generated by some reports. Thus, she is promoted as the face of feminist STEM. Better reports say that she was part of the team of around 200 researchers, although some reports imply that she led the team. However, we could find no evidence of this from an examination of the main academic paper:

“The Size, Shape, and Scattering of Sagittarius A* at 86 GHz: First VLBI with ALMA”

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Letter to the Editor of The Age

 

Susan Rennie engages in much special pleading to try to justify a change of date for Australia Day ("Darebin not anti-Australia Day, just January 26"). She claims that the City of Darebin Council is "simply opposed to celebrating our national identity on a date that is not inclusive and respectful of First Nations peoples." In reality the council seeks to change Australians' sense of that identity and, eventually, the very nature of our constitution and political order. 

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Letter to the Editor of The Australian

 

If the British government had produced a deal that involved a genuine Brexit, it would have gained acceptance in the House of Commons this week, possibly by a similar margin to that by which May's motion has been defeated; and there would be no crisis. It seems clear that the government has been captured by pro-EU forces and corrupted. This is the latest stage in the deceit that has been worked on the British people since the "Common Market" strategy of half a century ago.

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Saltbush Launches an EXIT PARIS Campaign. By Viv Forbes, Executive Director of the Saltbush Club


The growing Saltbush Club has announced a national campaign to support Australia’s immediate withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement.


The new group aims to prevent ratification or local enforcement of the Paris targets and taxes.

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Letter to the Editor of THE AGE

 

Despite Judith Ireland's scepticism ('Nothing sacred to see here', 19/1), Australia Day has now indeed become 'a precious national celebration.' It is an important ritual festival supportive of traditional Australia which is under siege from those who seek to undermine its culture and political order. The majority of Australians recognise that 26 January 1788, marking the constitutional beginning of our nation, is a significant date which should be annually honoured with gratitude to our forebears.

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Letter to the Editor of The Australian

 

Your editorial "Crunch time for Brexit deal" (15/1) correctly states that the UK's House of Commons must honour the 2016 referendum decision to leave the EU. Unprovable claims that a majority of the British people would now vote to "Remain" should be ignored. Devious attempts to secure a second referendum or sabotage a "no deal Brexit" should be rejected as dishonest. Scare prophecies of what a "no deal exit" would involve should be resisted as lacking credibility.

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Acupuncture and High Blood Pressure By Mrs Vera West

 

         I have been dabbling with the thought of getting acupuncture for my bad back, lumbar spine arthritis, but I also have high blood pressure, given my advanced age and being constantly overweight. I saw this article about how acupuncture could help with high blood pressure, and it just might be worth a go.

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