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As we celebrate the birth of Australia, we will be busy heading for the beach, the barbeque or the backyard. Or all three. Ice sales will skyrocket and beer sales will be bigger than an outback blowfly. 

But there is a serious side to the claims of " Invasion Day"  and it has nothing to do with white pommy soldiers or white pommy convicts.

It has everything to do with blow ins who don't give a damn about our country, our culture or our way of life.Everyday is becoming Invasion Day and one day a year is condemned by the blowflies, blow ins and criminals and crooks that plague our once great Nation: Australia.

 I am reminded of a comment made last Australia Day, back in 2022, written by commenter Cinerama who said:

Australia day my arse.I have no intention of celebrating sweet FA.

We live under a [redacted - I have always wanted to use that word " redacted ! "  ] , we have no real democracy, its a sham of smoke and mirrors.

If not for the American web site Gab I would have no free speech.

Now I know how the abos feel when they call it invasion day.

The Australia as we know it , has disappeared.

The Australian people were conned into bankers world wars killing off numbers of young men to the point of effecting its future population.
That con is so greatly perpetuated by a lying media controlled by the international clique, that Australians commemorate the slaughter , "the birth of the nation" the baptism of fire" and so on rolls the bullshit.

Unfortunately, Australians are now so sheeplike and stupid that recently they voted in a referendum on Homosexual , date punching marriage.

These fool voters believed the economy would improve because of all the future poofter marriages and gay receptions and flow on effects.
A few Dykes married who already lived together.

Now we have fifty year old obese queers dressed like faggot Carmen Miranda vegetables reading to school children in United Nations controlled municipal council libraries.

The recent international big pharma bat flu conspiracy has woken up a few people but not enough.

Criminal Police bashing peaceful parades, in Melbourne the people including woman and children were chased onto the Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance and the idiots from the RSL called it sacrilege and were too moronic to see the clear irony of the episode.

The unlawful lock downs of the citizens, the many who were prevented from seeing dying loved ones, the people arsed from their jobs because they don't want to be poisoned, the lying nightly propaganda "news" the smirking filth politicians and weasel "authorities" have made me want to vomit.

This is not the Australia I want to be apart of or celebrate about, not until the people wake up and never vote for any politician who has incardinated them and the righteous criminal trails that will follow [ in sucessive  elections.]

I cannot really argue against what he said, though perhaps his language was more, shall I say colourful.... than I myself would have used.

Because there is much truth in his words. Perhaps it is indeed fast becoming Invasion Day? Not because of the First Fleet, but those who followed long after that windy day all those years ago.

Cine is still sharing his words of wisdon with us.



All joking aside, something is very wrong in Australia at present.

Because we now see the folly of the Invasion of radical ideas, so-called progressive ideology and people who see Australia as a land ripe for plunder. 


In fact, Peter Mack talked about what Happy Expat referred to as  " the fried egg flag. " 



He said

" Fried egg flag lol.  I dont think i will ever see it again in the same way.
My problem is whether the purchase [of the Australian aboriginal flag ] is sunny side up or sunny side down. Either way if i follow the idea through it seems like they got rid of the white and we paid 20 million for a bit of a yolk if you get the yoke 


Back in 2022, Pauline Hanson, in her brilliant series of videos last year had this to say on the subject of immigration:


Because the bottom line is that Australia is being invaded every day by people and it makes the landing of a few soldiers and convicts look pretty insignificant by comparison. 

Yet the government and the media and the leftist "white aboriginals " seem to think that the demise of the Australian Aboriginal lies - not with the gross mismanagement of Indigenous Affairs - but with us for having been sent here in the first place. 

It matters little that Australia is being invaded by fleets of invaders who land with smartphones loaded with GPS to the closest Centrelink Office and the closest lawyer.

Yet, but for a quirk of fate, we would all be speaking French and Miss Ashleigh Gardner would not be playing cricket but heading off for a game of boules.


Indigenous Aboriginal cricket player Ashleigh Gardiner....


Most of them don't even know That Australia Day is the anniversary of the date of the arrival of the First Fleet at Sydney Cove in 1788.

On 13 May 1787 a fleet of 11 ships, which came to be known as the First Fleet, was sent by the British Admiralty from England to New Holland. Under the command of Captain Arthur Phillip, the fleet sought to establish a penal colony at Botany Bay on the coast of New South Wales, which had been explored and claimed by Lieutenant James Cook in 1770.  

The settlement was seen as necessary because of the loss of the Thirteen Colonies in North America. The Fleet arrived between 18 and 20 January 1788, but it was immediately apparent that Botany Bay was unsuitable. On 21 January, Phillip and a few officers travelled to Port Jackson, 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) to the north, to see if it would be a better location for a settlement.

They stayed there until 23 January; Phillip named the site of their landing Sydney Cove, after the Home Secretary, Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney. They also made contact with the local Aboriginal people. They returned to Botany Bay on the evening of 23 January, when Phillip gave orders to move the fleet to Sydney Cove the next morning, 24 January.


That day, there was a huge gale blowing, making it impossible to leave Botany Bay, so they decided to wait till the next day, 25 January. However, during 24 January, they spotted the ships Astrolabe and Boussole, flying the French flag, at the entrance to Botany Bay; they were having as much trouble getting into the bay as the First Fleet was having getting out.

On 25 January the gale was still blowing; the fleet tried to leave Botany Bay, but only HMS Supply made it out, carrying Arthur Phillip, Philip Gidley King, some marines and about 40 convicts; they anchored in Sydney Cove in the afternoon.

On 26 January, early in the morning, Phillip along with a few dozen marines, officers and oarsmen, rowed ashore and took possession of the land in the name of King George III.

Meanwhile, back at Botany Bay, Captain John Hunter of HMS Sirius made contact with the French ships, and he and the commander, Captain de Clonard, exchanged greetings.

Clonard advised Hunter that the fleet commander was Jean-François de Galaup, comte de La Pérouse. Sirius successfully cleared Botany Bay, but the other ships were in great difficulty.


Charlotte was blown dangerously close to rocks; Friendship and Prince of Wales became entangled, both ships losing booms or sails; Charlotte and the Friendship actually collided; and Lady Penrhyn nearly ran aground. Despite these difficulties, all the remaining ships finally managed to clear Botany Bay and sail to Sydney Cove on 26 January. The last ship anchored there at about 3 pm. 

 So all those people calling it " invasion day " could easily be yelling " jour de l'invasion "had it not been for a very windy day. 

I can't imagine a backyard gathering of people drinking champagne and gathering around the fondue set ready to play a quick game of boules and someone yelling 

" Oi! Get another slice of fromage and chuck it in the fondue and get Papa a champers! " 

But then again, since when did the left let the truth get in the way of a good story?

Oh, and by the way, Happy Australia Day.



Now, that's more like it.


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