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To be honest, I am so sick to death of hearing about diversity and racism. When I think about the disservice that these leftists are doing to our darker-skinned brethren, I feel a sense of loss. Far greater than what they think it is.

I cannot help but reflect on the likes of the 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment and the Maori Battalion . Comrades in Arms that served to defend our Nations and did so willingly and WITH PRIDE. And they were all " Black "

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No flights unless you have a vaccination Passport? No job unless you have been given the Jab? No admission to certain shops, public transport or public places unless you have been vaccinated? 

It seems to me that the real global pandemic we are facing is a global pandemic of stupidity and blind faith in leaders who have, so far, hardly shown that they are acting and reacting in a manner that is based on commonsense and is more suggestive of so called " health experts " ruling our countries and our leaders are, yet again, asleep at the wheel. 

 

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I do not normally watch Q & A. In fact I consciously avoid it such was the affect that Tony Jones and his stacked audiences had on me but last night for reasons unknown, when I finished my dinner and went to the TV room it was on. Obviously the 7.30 Report had not been turned off.

This was the first occasion when I saw it chaired by Hamish Macdonald and I have to say that I was impressed. The topic of the moment was the Brittany Higgins rape complaint but the programme quickly morphed into the aged care discussion. The more that went on the more interested and disgusted I became.

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As our families drift further apart ( whether it be through distance or because of political, moral or social differences of opinion ) we are starting to redefine so much of our traditional places of comfort. Poor old Uncle Bob who used to get a bit pissed at the family Christmas dinner and get carried off to the spare bedroom to sleep it off... or old mate Cousin Billy who used to bang on about the Government hatching a master plan to take over the world and we all said " yeah, yeah, good on ya mate " and get back to having a joke and a yarn about who would win the cricket; times have changed.

Today, I read a comment on a forum I belong to. It made me realise that FAMILY is a dying " Art " and one that too many people around the world have abandoned or simply do not even realise has been abandoned and stolen.. Certainly in the form that the current " woke " mob think it is. 

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I have lived through an era of evolving communication .  As a kid in those wonderful days when our innocence to things scientific had not been roused we used to play out in the  acre of ground that was our home.  My two sisters and I had dug out holes in the ground about a foot deep by six feet by three.  We placed poles at each end and Dad had strung hessian scrim between them to form a roof that gave us shade. 
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Democrat attempts to overturn a certified election result that went against them in Iowa shows what hypocritical manipulators they are and reveals their real intent – to seize complete control over every aspect of our lives.

I’m 52 years old and have never been more discouraged about our country than I am now. I’m glad I’m as old as I am, because I pity the coming generations. Nations rise, and, sadly, nations fall. Good luck, youngsters.

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Today, I have learned that the Supreme Court of the United States has decided in its " wisdom " that it won't hear the evidence relating to the alleged fraud in the recent American elections. I found it peculiar that they said that the situation was MOOT. In this context, it says that it doesn't matter anymore because the states agreed with the decision and confirmed the election results -  it does not need to be dealt with, because Sniffy Joe and the Henchmen ( sounds like a great name for a pop group ) have been approved and that is an end to it. 

" Something has happened that solves the issue. " 

MOOT has muted us. 

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This morning, I went down to the parking garage at my apartment complex. The goal? To put some shopping bags in my car.

On my way back up to my unit, a dog flew out of nowhere and knocked me off my feet and landed me on the concrete walkway. My shoulder is buggered and I have grazes all along my arm. I never did a thing wrong: I was watching my step and walking carefully and bang! Arse over tit and lying like a cast whale on the pathway moaning and wondering what the hell just happened. 

Sounds like life today, doesn't it? One minute, you are cruising through life and having a good time and then bang. Out for the count. As I lay there, trying to figure out what the hell just happened, I realised that this is how the world feels right now. Knocked over by a lying dog faced pony soldier who shot out of nowhere and took our feet from under us. 

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With all its talk of black-on-white war, YouTube’s “hate speech”-filtering AI can’t tell the difference between chess players and violent racists. Perhaps leaving robots in charge of the English language isn’t such a good idea.

Croatian chess player Antonio Radic, known to his million subscribers as ‘Agadmator,’ runs the world’s most popular chess channel on YouTube. Last summer he found his account suspended due to its “harmful and dangerous” content. Radic, who was in the middle of a show with Grandmaster Hikaru Nakamura at the time, was puzzled. He received no explanation for the ban, which was reversed on appeal, but speculated that YouTube’s censorship algorithm may have heard him say something like “black goes to B6 instead of C6, white will always be better.”

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On the 19th of February 1942, the isolated northern city of Darwin in Australia was bombed by the Japanese. Back then, it was a small isolated outpost at the top end of Australia and represented the last post of defence of Australia against the Japanese. It is probably still the last post in Australian Defense. The Port of Darwin is leased to China. 

While our forces, along with the Americans, defended our Nation against the threat from " the yellow peril " our boys slogged their guts out on the Kokoda Trail, in the deserts of North Africa and the horror of the European War. Our country was left rather defenceless and we mucked on, carried on and did our bit to make do and mend. As did our Kiwi mates, our Yankee mates and our Pommy mates.

Now THAT, WAS WHEN WE WERE ALL IN IT TOGETHER? That was when the words meant something

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I mean it really bothers me these millions of Texas families are suffering. I couldn’t sleep actually...

So I woke up this morning, made coffee and got to researching.

I started pulling Biden’s EO’s this morning and I found something buried in the Keystone Pipeline EO..... way towards the end of the doc.

It turns out that the same day Biden shut down the Keystone Pipeline, he also lifted the security on our power grid for 90 days (Trump’s EO the year prior secured our power grid by giving China no access.)

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As thousands flee Victoria to escape the tyranny of Comrade Dan, there is a fallout that no one appears to be admitting to yet - the impact on the workers of hospitality industry-reliant areas in Queensland.

I may be wrong of course. I have been known to be wrong from time to time. But what I am seeing and hearing up here in the Pluck a duck banana republic zone is that things are about to get really worrying.

In my small town, rents are skyrocketing as the exodus builds. New arrivals from the southern states are increasing and, as leases come up for renewal, the incumbent tenants are being told to pay up or piss off.

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I saw a photo of a frozen ceiling fan in Texas and it made me reflect on a time in South Korea, over 20 years ago. It is all very well to be sitting in a warm home in Queensland and think " that's pretty awful " but, to actually be there, is entirely different.

I was teaching English in Seoul and the whole school had been laid low by a very bad flu. Teachers and students were falling like flies and I, alas, joined them. I could not work so I went home to my apartment to ride it out. I had paid extra to live alone: probably, as it transpired, a very bad mistake. Because, as I got sicker and sicker, I could not get out for food or replenish my bottled water supplies. I just lay in bed, feeling like the dark winter of Joe Biden's nightmare was about to come true.

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What makes pretty young white girls decide to do ignore their instincts and form close relationships with men who are violent thugs?  Is it a form of giving the finger to their parents? A f##k " you moment? Or is it that they are constantly told that it is just and kind to embrace diversity, forgetting that the embrace does not have to be literal?

An 18-year-old animal shelter volunteer in Colorado was allegedly beaten to death in a parking lot by her ex-boyfriend, authorities said.

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Here we go again: another wave of " pass the buck "  

So, a young parliamentary female staffer who has worked in several positions in high security Parliament House Canberra offices enters a ministerial office after working hours, unauthorised, with a male staffer after a night out. She is discovered by a security officer half naked in the ministerial office and she claimed that she had been raped. But she refused to call the Australian Federal Police and report the matter.

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As the world descends into a quagmire of guilt, fear and apologies for things that have offended someone somewhere, I must confess to wondering if our current Governments, media and social media are actually worshipping failure and expecting success.

Good things happen when you do your best. You can only succeed if you TRY. Make an effort. 

Lefties are losers. They lose in life and in their personal relationships and their lives in general. They don't work, or at least, not in meaningful employment. They are normally unemployed or are paid to sponge at a place of work dishing out advice to others on how everyone else should live their lives. 

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It is midnight  at the Australian Open Tennis.  The stadium is full of people enjoying a well played exciting tennis match.    They have been watching for hours breathing the same air ,  shouting their  special player on,  all in the same mood enjoying themselves.     Life up until the Tennis started  was one of lockdowns , neighbour sniping on neighbour , police  issuing fines for so called wrong doings.  In other words miserable!
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In 1944, George Orwell wrote a letter to a man named Noel Willmett, who had asked Orwell about his views on " leader worship. " Orwell replied with a rather lengthy letter.

The central message he conveyed led him to write his now famous book : 1984. Life in the modern world is all too starkly resembling the world that George Orwell portrayed and President Trump is still fighting Big Brother and Newspeak, The Ministry for Truth and the band of traitors who seek to control us through fear and misinformation. 

Is Trump a fuhrer or a Ghandi? Is he a victim or a perpetrator? 

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What have we got today? Friction, Frustration and Futility.  

How far we have fallen.From fun to fear in a few fractured figments of falsehoods. 

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It has been a good many years since I read " Crime and Punishment " by Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky.  

It is essentially the story of a man who does something terrible, lives to regret it and how WE, as humans, are ultimately responsible for how we live our lives. We may seek redemption but we cannot turn the clock back and undo what we have done. 

All we can do is live with the consequences, try not to repeat our mistakes and hope like hell that those around us cut us some slack if we rectify our behaviour and start being productive members of society.

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Today marks the start of the 4 day Burt Munro Challenge in the deep south of New Zealand. Motorbike enthusiasts congregate to race and gather with fellow enthusiasts to honour the memory of The Worlds Fastest Indian.

You don't have to be a Kiwi, a motorbike fan or someone who has attended the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah to appreciate the greatness of Burt Munro.

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