Gun Control and the Darwin Shooting By John Steele

     Just to jump the gun before the anti-gunners start rattling off about the need for tighter gun control following from the tragic NT shooting, the nutter who was on parole and even had a monitoring device on his leg, was in no position to have any firearm under the law, let alone a banned pump action shotgun:

“Witnesses described the shooter using a pump action shotgun to fire multiple blasts at the Palms Hotel and Buffalo Club. A victim was killed at each. Kershaw confirmed that the suspect was armed with a shotgun, but could not confirm what type. Pump action shotguns have been virtually banned from private ownership in Australia along with other rapid-fire weapons under the country's tough gun laws designed to prevent mass shootings.”

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Will US Tariffs Come Our Way? By Chris Knight

     Is all of this American coverage really necessary …  I mean, how does this affect us here in little old OZ? Consider this, that Australia has dodged a US tariff bullet for the time. But in the future, who knows, Trump is insane, as the Left rightly says:

“The Trump administration considered imposing tariffs on imports from Australia last week, but decided against the move amid fierce opposition from military officials and the State Department, according to several people familiar with the discussions. Some of President Trump’s top trade advisers had urged the tariffs as a response to a surge of Australian aluminum flowing onto the American market over the past year. But officials at the Defense and State Departments told Mr. Trump the move would alienate a top ally and could come at significant cost to the United States. The administration ultimately agreed not to take any action, at least temporarily. The measure would open yet another front in a global trade war that has pitted the United States against allies like Canada, Mexico, Europe and Japan, and deepened divisions with countries like China. It would also be the end of a reprieve for the only country to be fully exempted from the start from steel and aluminum tariffs that Mr. Trump imposed last year.

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Raping Sweden Until it Hurts By Richard Miller

     We have been covering the rape of Europe for some time at this site. Here is an article updating this Gothic horror:

“According to an Amnesty International report, in Sweden, rape investigations are under-prioritized, there are "excessively long waiting times for the results of DNA analyses", there is not enough support for rape victims and not enough work is done for preventative purposes. In 2017, a Swedish police report, "Utsatta områden 2017", ("Vulnerable Areas 2017", commonly known as "no-go zones" or lawless areas) showed that there are 61 such areas in Sweden. They encompass 200 criminal networks, consisting of an estimated 5,000 criminals. Twenty-three of those areas were especially critical.... "I cannot bear to see children faring so badly.... There should be no doubt that the Government does what it can for these children [of ISIS terrorists] and if possible they should be brought to Sweden." — Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström. Unfortunately, the horrific fate of enslaved Yazidi children does not appear to be something that Wallström "cannot bear".

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Diversity unto Cultural Death By Charles Taylor

     Here is an article from the American Thinker which we all would dispute, for we the enlightened ones know that immigration may have a few teething problems, but with enough of it, say in the billions, any group that was homogenous, can be made multicult, then with more migrants, ultimately homogeneous again, as the migrant populations displace the locals, which is what immigration has always been about. And, it is great for the economy too, makes the garden grow and all that. Still, in the public interest, let us explore this lack of wisdom:

“Somalis have Changed Minneapolis By Sunny Lohman
Everyone not lying to themselves predicted when the federal government under Bill Clinton – aided and abetted by Lutheran Social Services, Catholic Charities and World Relief Minnesota -- plopped 30,000 Somalis down into the midst of the kind, virtue-signaling, eager-to-help Midwesterners of Minneapolis (of which I am one) that it would lead to some grave consequences for our community. Now, due to continuing refugee placements as well as chain migration there are an estimated 80,000 Somalis living in the Twin Cities metro area, or more like 79,000 if you subtract those who’ve left the country to join terrorist organizations like ISIS. Anyhow, here’s a week Minneapolitans had with their Somali neighbors last month:

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Letter to The Editor - For some months you appear to have censored out of existence that large body of Australians firmly opposed to any form of "indigenous constitutional recognition"

To The Age         You are perfectly entitled to defend "the principle of a free media" ("Media must report without fear", 6/6); and you are right to assert further that a free media has "a public-interest duty to report truthfully, responsibly and without fear or favour." Alas, as one who has read your paper regularly for over sixty years, I have to point out that you do not always live up to that ideal. Two areas of discourse at once come to mind. For some months you appear to have censored out of existence that large body of Australians firmly opposed to any form of "indigenous constitutional recognition" or treaty making with indigenous Australians. The other area is responsible right-wing culture, as manifested both in Australia and overseas. There is a yawning gap in your reporting and commentary. This greatly hinders the conservative cause in our nation. Your progressivist lens has been too narrow.
Yours sincerely,
  Nigel Jackson

Letter to The Editor - We all agree that indigenous Australians have a unique status and role to play in our national future

To The Australian         Julian Lucas is wrong (6/6) in seeing "a treaty between Aborigines and non-Aborigines" as an act unlikely to "provoke legal interference with constitutional rights and duties." That is exactly what it would do. A minority of activists of various kinds, for whatever reasons, is endeavouring to drive a wedge between Aboriginal Australians and the rest of us. Constitutional amendment of any kind and treaty-making of any kind would facilitate their cause of Aboriginal separatism, but be against the interests of Australians as a whole. Moreover, it seems clear that no persons living today can justifiably claim to be of, or to represent, an Aboriginal nation; thus a valid treaty cannot be created. We all agree that indigenous Australians have a unique status and role to play in our national future. We all agree that they deserve special support and encouragement in many contexts. This can be done without crossing the red line towards the division of our continent into two nations.
  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

Even New Levels of Big Tech Terror By Chris Knight

     This is getting complicated and journalists with heaps of work naturally look for a quick and easy summary. Here is the best beast I could find:

The Daily Beast recently doxed a black forklift driver and reported Trump supporter for the alleged high crime of creating a parody video of Democrat speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi. But there’s more to the story — it appears Facebook may have helped the left-wing journalists identify him. The Daily Beast identified the video creator as Shawn Brooks, whom they described as a forklift driver and Trump supporter from the Bronx. A Twitter account claiming to be Brooks disputed key details of the story, claiming he is not a Trump supporter, did not create the parody video, and does not live in the Bronx. By doxing Brooks, The Daily Beast followed the example of CNN, which threatened to unmask an anonymous Trump supporter over a parody video, forcing to him apologize in exchange for not revealing his identity. The scandal caused “CNNBlackmail” to trend on Twitter. But there’s another aspect to the Daily Beast story which has major implications for the privacy of Facebook users — according to The Daily Beast reporter himself, Facebook gave him information on Brooks’ activity on the platform.

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Rallying Behind the Veil-Lifting Doctor By Richard Miller

     People seem to be getting behind the British doctor who was dragged over metaphorical broken glass and drawn and quartered and all the things that medieval English did, that are in a way now back on the menu. Oh, this doctor committed the unforgivable sin for the new regime:

“More than 11,000 people have rallied behind a doctor under investigation for asking a Muslim woman to remove her veil during an appointment. Supporters have signed an online petition in huge numbers demanding Dr Keith Wolverson, 52, keep his job to 'protect his reputation'. The petition also called on the General Medical Council (GMC) to 'treat this man fairly and look at all the evidence' after it was revealed a complaint had been made to them by the patient following the incident at Royal Stoke University Hospital. The doctor said he is unable to find work and is planning to quit medicine and retrain as a cosmetic practitioner. Dr Wolverson claims the woman did not object when he ‘politely’ asked her to remove the face covering, adding he only asked because he was struggling to understand what she was saying about her sick daughter. But her husband later made a complaint and last week the locum GP was shocked to receive a letter from doctors’ regulator the General Medical Council. It said that he was being investigated over allegations of racial discrimination which could result in him being struck off.

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The Coming of the Age of Barbarians By John Steele

     Being a bit of an anti-civilisation barbarian wildman type myself, I was impressed by the arguments given by my favourite neo-masculine Iranian/Armenian non-white writer, Roosh V, about how it all will probably end. He makes the point from history that all civilisations fell apart, generally from internal corruption that allowed more aggressive barbarians to smash their societies to smithereens. Look, there are even scholars, such as Peter Heather in Empires and Barbarians (2012), arguing that ancient Rome fell primarily from barbarian invasions, not over-taxation and other things that obsess conservatives and libertarian free market fanatics:

But, here is a selection of Roosh V’s thoughts

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The Rise of Medical Fascism By Mrs Vera West

     It is coming, full-on medical fascism, since there can never be enough profits for Big Pharma.

“Medical fascism is on the rise in America as left-wing medical tyrants push mandatory vaccines and mandatory chemotherapy on the masses, even while they are screaming that the government should “get your hands off my body” when it comes to abortions. According to the twisted, deranged philosophy of Leftists, it’s okay to murder a child that has just been born (infanticide), meaning they assign zero value to a human life. By the same psychopathic thinking, Leftists also believe government can force any human being at gunpoint to be injected with extremely toxic substances that kill living cells and cause permanent damage to the heart, kidneys and brain (chemotherapy agents are derived from the chemical weapons of World War I). We have now entered an era of sheer insanity pushed by the zombified Left, where they believe it’s okay to murder human babies, physically maim their own children in the name of “transgenderism,” and force risky medical interventions on people without their consent. This is medical fascism run amok, and it’s being pushed by radical left-wing Democrats like Calif. state senator Richard Pan, also known as “the Vaccine Joker.” Your ownership over your own body is now being overrun by medical fascists and left-wing lunatics who value no life at all.”

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Fake Families, Papers, Anything Goes By Chris Knight

     There are more illegals crashing through the US system than ever before in US history, and Trump, while talking tough has done nothing to stop them. As Commander-in-chief of the Armed forces, he could stop fighting wars for those who own him for just a moment and secure the US borders using soldiers. Ignore the courts, do what China would do, for they are the new fountain of wisdom:

     Instead, Central America is emptying as whole towns flock to the border to come do what the president of Mexico said they should, enjoy the benefits of America. That is, millions of migrants in a chain of migration that simply makes North America in to South America. Are the Dumocrats and the rich business elites who profit from cheap labour ready for what is coming, or are they so insane that they do not care, or cannot think? Both, perhaps.

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Now Non-Rapists are Rapists! By Mrs Vera West

     This moves everything absurd into the impossible category. What happens when someone who did not want to have sex at all, and ran in the other direction goes down for rape? Why not have a lottery with all men’s names in and just Randomly draw out a name every few minutes to prosecute or execute? Can the system get more putrid? Sure, it can, because as always, good men do nothing, or so little that it simply gets washed away:

“A male student at Columbia University is claiming in a recently filed lawsuit that a female student falsely accused him of rape after he denied her advances. According to a report from the New York Post, expelled Columbia University student Ben Feibleman has filed a lawsuit against the university. Fiebleman claims that the university wrongly expelled him from the school after a female peer falsely accused him of rape. Moreover, Fiebleman claims that the female student only accused him of rape after he refused to sleep with her. According to the lawsuit, Fiebleman and the female student were engaging in consensual kissing before he ultimately decided to slow things down. Fiebleman pointed out that they must stop because the female student had a boyfriend at the time. At that point, the female student allegedly began to verbally berate Fiebleman.

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Can Whites Really Say Anything (Critical) about Africa’s Anti-Gay Laws? By Mrs Vera West

     No, whites cannot do this because of past colonialism, which disqualifies them from the entire global moral community, forever:

“Kenya's high court on Friday upheld a law banning gay sex, keeping same sex relations punishable by 14 years in jail in the East African nation and drawing strong criticism from the United Nations and rights activists. Same-sex relationships are a crime in more than 70 countries around the world, almost half of them in Africa. Neighboring Uganda once enacted a law imposing a life sentence for certain acts of gay sex although it was later nullified by court. South Africa is the only African nation to have legalized gay marriage. "We hereby decline the relief sought and dismiss the combined petition," Justice Roselyn Aburili told a packed courtroom in Kenya's capital Nairobi, relaying the unanimous opinion of the three-justice panel. "We find that the impugned sections are not unconstitutional, accordingly the combined petitions have no merit." Some gay rights activists wept outside the courtroom after the verdict while supporters of the ban clapped, congratulated each other and yelled "thank you" at the judges' bench. Other people backing the ban held placards outside the court with messages, including "homosexuality is an abomination."

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Civil Rights for the Unborn By Mrs Vera West

     Now it is getting interesting, when the rhetoric of civil rights is turned back against the pro-abortion lobby:

“Dr. Alveda King, director of Priests for Life’s Civil Rights for the Unborn project and the niece of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., told Breitbart News that the recently passed pro-life laws in states like Georgia and Alabama seek to grant “civil rights” to babies in the womb and protect women, not punish them. King offered her remarks on Friday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with Breitbart Senior Editor-at-Large Rebecca Mansour. Mansour opened the interview by reflecting on how Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail could be read today in response to pro-life conservatives who are concerned that Alabama’s recently passed Human Life Protection Act could harm Republicans in the 2020 election. “I hope it isn’t presumptuous of me for saying this, but when I was hearing people saying, ‘This is untimely and this is unwise,’ the first thing that came to my mind was your uncle’s famous Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” Mansour said. “He makes a brilliant argument in that letter that the time to fight against injustice is always right now.”

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The Rape of Northern Europe By Richard Miller

     The Left denies that this is a problem, but common sense indicates that Northern European women have been raped as thoroughly as if the Soviet red hordes had moved from raping Germany to raping the rest of Europe. There is a direct correlation between the Nordicness, the lightness of eye, skin and hair and these rapes, indicating an ethno-racial genocide ideology is at work. Look, if this was done to people of colour, the very heavens would be shaken by the rulers of the new anarcho-tyrannical regime. Just rework this story with any other minority substituted:

“More than a half of Swedish women aged between 16 and 29 claim they have been sexually assaulted or harassed, a new study has revealed. Sweden's Public Health Agency claimed this is a 'major public health issue' which needs to be stopped. Officials discovered the alarming statistic after surveying about 50,000 Swedes between aged between 16 and 84 as part of a study into sex habits. The report found that, while most people are satisfied with their sex life, 42 per cent of women claim to have been sexually harassed, compared to nine per cent of men. Also, 39 percent of women and nine percent of men say they've been subjected to sexual assault. The problem is more widespread among younger people, as 57 per cent of women aged between 16 and 29 say they have been sexually harassed. 55 percent of women in the same age group claim they were subjected to some form of sexual assault. 'This is a major public health issue and these types of behaviours must be stopped,' Louise Mannheimer, the head of the Swedish Public Health Agency's sexual health unit said. The survey also found that 11 percent of women have been the victim of attempted rape. This problem is even more widespread among the LGBT community, as 30 percent of lesbians and ten percent of gay men say they have experienced a rape attempt. The Public Health Agency found that women to lower education are more often subjected to harassment or assault than those with higher education.”

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The Internet Kill Switch, Yeah Baby! By Brian Simpson

     What a glorious thing it was for the internet to take a huge kick in the guts and go to the ground, rolling in pain. Sure, it got back up to fight the next round, but there is hope that it could all just die one day, leaving us with glorious chaos for a while, but then something we have not had for a long time, peace.  Here is good old Mike Adams giving his end times like take on all of this, which I always enjoy being in the cranky winter of my life, not made better by arthritis in my lower back that kills me sitting typing for hours, because I am too dumb to get up and stretch, but I digress:

“It is no coincidence that two days after the Trump administration announced a massive DOJ anti-trust investigation into Google, dozens of tech companies have been disrupted via sweeping internet outages that many are calling the “internet kill switch.” Throughout the day today (Sunday), massive outages took down nearly all Google services (Gmail, Google, YouTube, Google Home, Google Hangouts etc.), and hard-hitting glitches hit all the following services …
•    Gmail / Google / Google services
•    YouTube
•    Facebook
•    Twitter
•    Amazon and Amazon Web Services
•    AT&T, T-Mobile, Comcast, Verizon and Spectrum
•    Apple Store and iCloud

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Letter to The Editor - Such a division is so obviously against the interests of Australians

To The Age        Is it really true that the Aboriginal flag "has united everybody, all over Australia, from all the Aboriginal nations" ("Aboriginal flag ban shocks businesses", 12/6)? That looks like the kind of wild exaggeration that revolutionaries have been indulging in for centuries. Such doubts are only reinforced by Laura Thompson's further statement that the flag "represented a struggle and a resistance movement." Yes, it is clearly an expression of the campaign for Aboriginal separatism and the division of this continent into two nations. Such a division is so obviously against the interests of Australians generally that it is astounding that so many more Australians do not speak out more clearly in favour of indissoluble national unity in this context.
  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave

Letter to The Editor - Recognising that, they should bow to the clear majority

To The Australian        The UK Environment Secretary Michael Gove may be right ("Boris brushes off opponent's opening salvo", 12/6) that a hard Brexit approach by Boris Johnson (or whoever wins the leadership of the Conservative Party) will be defeated by a vote of no confidence in the Parliament. He should have added that such a vote would be unethical. While it may be that a majority of MPs in the House of Commons are Remainers, they were not elected to Parliament purely on the Brexit issue, but on many others. Recognising that, they should bow to the clear majority for Leave in the 2016 referendum. To do otherwise will continue the corruption of democracy that is happening in the UK.
  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

Letter to The Editor - The PM also needs to back the country away from unnecessary and potentially harmful referendums

To The Australian        Maurice Newman sagely notes that Scott Morrison must "pursue a course more consistent with traditional Liberal Party values" ("Political elites face the wrath", 10/6). He and his colleagues also need a carefully thought out strategy to gradually shift the cultural atmosphere of Australia more to the conservative and traditional side. That is no mean challenge. Newman touches on many of the policies needed: rejection of the "human-induced global warming" scam; protection of Australia's national sovereignty and political independence from the selfish ambitions of elites favouring global governance; and firm protection of our borders with a realistic immigration policy. The PM also needs to back the country away from unnecessary and potentially harmful referendums on a republic and constitutional indigenous recognition.  Most importantly of all, he needs to display humility and graciousness in admitting that he has been wrong to express support for the latter of these two anti-traditional campaigns.
  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

Farm Attacks By Paul Walker

     From, Brett Stevens:

“The Left tries to keep a lid on this by claiming that, statistically, there are not many farm attacks. However, they are counting all farmers and not white farmers in that statistic; if you adjust only for white farmers, and specifically white farmers who are likely to get robbed because they live in racially-mixed areas, you can see that this is a crime wave encouraged by the South African state.”

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