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Trump - Tough Love

bradfield

As has been the case since the beginning of the now iconic “ Trump Rallies “ I watched on RSBN and got my dose of therapy from the sheer energy of President Trump, his supporters and his ability to create a “ vibe”. The atmosphere is beyond belief.  As I sit, in my living room, thousands of miles away, as a non American, I marvel at this man and how he can lift my spirits.

When all seems hopeless here in Australia when my faith in Politicians and Leaders is at an all time low, I watch a Trump Rally and I feel happy, excited and hopeful for the future. How the hell does he do it?

I guess HE doesn’t. I do. But he EMPOWERS me to do it.

 

 

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It's a " little thing "

bradfield

While sitting in my car contemplating the vastness of the Universe, as I am oft to do, I noted a very simple, everyday occurrence. A pedestrian left a building and stood by a crosswalk. An approaching vehicle stopped and waved the pedestrian on. The pedestrian entered the crosswalk and proceeded, leisurely, across the road. The vehicle then proceeded on its way. A simple, everyday occurrence.
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The Bradfield Scheme - please!

 

bradfield

In 1929 a Brisbane based Engineer, Dr JJ Bradfield, came up with a plan. A plan that could change Australia forever. The Bradfield Scheme. The man who designed the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Underground Railway system and Brisbane's Storey Bridge came up with a plan to drought proof Australia forever. Yet it has never been implemented. Why?
I wrote this  a year ago - it needs highlighting today.
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The birth of a Party and the death of a Nation.

neigh

The Victorian Police Commissioner Graham Ashton defended a Melbourne police station’s decision to fly the Chinese flag on the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic, saying it was merely a way of engaging the local Chinese Australian Community.

On Tuesday, Box Hill police station flew the flag, alongside an Australian flag, during a ceremony which also featured the Chinese national anthem.

It is interesting to consider what the anniversary “ celebrates. “

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Everybody needs good neighbours

neigh

Neighbours when you get a bad one move into the street  it     effects everyone.  

A bit like neighbouring countries, really.

Doesn't it make you realize how much we depend on our good neighbours.   The call for help, I am going away for the weekend can you bring in the bins.   I am going to be gone for the school holidays can you water my pot plants and a few special things in the garden.   Oh and my mail , can you collect my mail .  We are only too happy to oblige our good, helpful, friendly neighbour because they do the same for us  or their neighbour .  

 

 

 

 

 

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How Dare you!

gr1

When Greta uttered those three words “How Dare You’, she effectively diffused the climate change argument.

Not only did she diffuse it, but she almost destroyed it.

How dare I have a different opinion to her?

How could anyone disagree with her?

 

 

 

 

 

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Baby girls are expendable in NSW Australia.

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 Update from Feather 26/09/2019

I never believed that this would happen. NSW Parliament voted unanimously to abort female babies and at term. 

My heart is breaking. While Mattel battles to make Barbie doll a transgender binary idol and George Soros promotes child abuse with Greta Thunberg; while a 5 year old child in America is put on a sex offender's register for cuddling, hugging and kissing; while President Trump is showing more transparency than any other President in history, our Australian NSW Government has passed a Law that allows the murder of little girls at 9 months term. 

God, help us. 

 

 

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A tale of cats, compassion and comprehension.

bubbie

A few nights ago, my cat attacked me. Not a friendly scratch, a loving bite or a misunderstood “ what the hell is going on? “ attack. She ripped my face and scalp while I was sleeping. It was 5am. Just as the rubbish collection truck rolled in.

An early hour in anyone’s book. That being said, my first reaction was to bury my head under the pillow to escape the fury.  Was my hitherto tranquil and delightful companion somehow demonically possessed? Did she have a brain tumour? Did she somehow turn “ nasty? “  Did I need to euthanise her?

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Surprise visits and hope for the future

tw1

You may have heard of the superstition .. if a knife accidently  drops a male is expected  to visit.  I had my son  60+ helping do the dishes this morning and a knife dropped on the floor , I reminded him of the saying.

I was enjoying a nice quiet afternoon reading  and I spotted a car pull up outside my gate so I went out to see who it was.   Two teenagers, turned out to be old neighbours who had been gone for 6 years.    They used to stop by on their way home from school say hello and play with my little Jack Russell.    Twins, who also happened to have the same birth date  as mine.   I looked at them and they were laughing and then I recognized  the lad,  his arms were out and he gave me a big hug.  We laughed and the three of us reminisced about what had happened and what the plans for the future were.   University , studying a useful course was on the  agenda and the lass was  going to TAFE,

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Flashpoint Kashmir

boom

Last week, saw President Trump make a massive fuss of Australia. Now, while I am flattered, I could not help but ask myself “ Why? “ Considering the Prime Minister of India, Mr Modi, was also in America at the very same time, why was Australia so honoured?

The Trump/ PM Modi  joint Rally attracted 50,000 adoring fans and Trump applauded India’s Sovereign borders policy and talked of the Islamic threat. No doubt referencing the Pakistan Islamic militancy and the August revocation of Article 370 . in relation to Kashmir, a much disputed area important to Pakistan, India and China. It seems that Trump was implying support  for India in this decision.

 

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The Judas Goat of Picks and Choices.

sheep11111

Climate Change or Mind Change? Take your pick. It is all about manipulation of the mind according the climate of the political day.

And today's political climate MUST change.

Take your pick. Use it for coal or use it to dig us deeper in to socialism where the only winners are those that are leading us, like the Judas Goat, to slaughter.

Judas goat is a trained goat used in general animal herding. The Judas goat is trained to associate with sheep or cattle, leading them to a specific destination. In stockyards, a Judas goat will lead sheep to slaughter, while its own life is spared.

 

 

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Hope Springs Eternal

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This morning I was driving down to the local shops and saw the aftermath of the recent bushfires.  The scorched and blackened trees a dreadful reminder of the act of two teenagers with an attitude problem or too much time on their hands? Who knows? Who will ever know.

But what was extraordinary is that just over a week later there is green on the ground below those tortured and damaged trees. A soft blanket of green new growth.

 

 

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Kiss the Girls Goodbye

kiss

I have just been told the NSW Government has just rejected  banning the killing of little girl babies in their very insane Abortion Bill.   Not only that  but still going with the 9 month allowable abortion murder.      I wonder is that why the Left want  men  to be so sexually mad that they only want to have sex with one another ????  Let's face it, what man in his right mind would have a relationship with these crazy women of today???? As for the women   they must be so cruel that they can see a little full term baby murdered just  because it is a girl!!!! 

 

 

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He washed my eyes with tears so I might see.

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 Update from Feather 26/09/2019

I follow this site and have once or twice written here. But I have never been moved to write about my Religious beliefs or my Faith before.

Is this what is happening? For those, like me, that believe in the God Almighty, are the lyrics of this old Jimmy Swaggart song more important than ever they have been? Do we have to be so emotionally outraged and, yes, offended, that we cry tears of rage and grief at the passing of our old lives to a new realm of horror? As a God Loving and Christ supporting member of the Human Race that chooses to follow Good rather than Evil I have recently become numbed with pain and unable to comprehend the power of Evil that pervades and swamps our Lands.

 

 

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Allan Savory - Grassland Ecosystem Pioneer 2019

allans

Allan Savory works to promote holistic management in the grasslands of the world. I discovered his work, quite by chance and am an instant fan. I wrote this back a year ago. It is worth bringing up again.

Nearly a year on,. we are in Paris  and we are not doing a damn thing about dams, water mangement or the outback. What a crock of limp wristed soy boys we have in Parliament!

 

 

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The Silent Scream – Weapons of MASS destruction – Abortion.

oper

There are those that believe that it is the woman’s choice because it is her body. Yet I wonder…. Is this unborn infant – referred to as a foetus by the woke brigade – this little person – deserving of some protection in the sanctuary of the place it calls home for 9 months?  Is this little one less deserving of protection, nourishment and the right to thrive and prosper in the only place it can call home? This child has no choice – it cannot up and leave and go to another country or city or place where it could be welcomed with open arms and a loving heart , a cuddle and a welcome mat. No, it is the only place this little one CAN call home.

 

 

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That word again " Abortion".

bub1

I watched a programme last night where  the panel were talking about abortion,  One of the comments made was , and if  the little baby is still alive when the cruel deed  has taken place the little baby  is left in the  sluice room to finally die.   The "lady" on the panel said  " Oh no that is a lie, totally untrue".      It makes you wonder why they say such things,  when it is true.   Are they one of the  women who have killed a little baby in such a way.   Now feel so guilty about it they have to deny anything  to do with abortion being bad.  

 

 

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Stop the killing please

loved

" The destruction of a living human being is no solution to what is essentially a social problem. I believe that to resort to such violence is an admission of scientific improvishment. Even worse, an ethical impoverishment. Somehow, I refuse to believe that Americans, who put man on the moon, can't devise a better solution than to resort to violence. I think we should all, here and now, devote ourselves to an untiring effort to devise a better solution  A solution compounded equally of love and compassion and a decent regard for the over riding priority of human life. For humanty's sake, here and now, stop the killing. " 

 

 

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Some People did something....

brex1

When, on 20th April 1653, Oliver Cromwell blasted the Rump Parliament in Britain, he gave a speech that could well be delivered in Parliaments around the world today. His passionate words were those of a man who had had a gutful of the lying, self serving people who were betraying their country to get a slice of a very corrupt and tainted pie.

When I re read this speech this morning, I could not help but think that it is time for a global cleanout of the cesspits we call Parliament and how our Politicians are over fed vultures feeding on the Carcass of the People they were elected to protect and represent.

 

 

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Just when I think it cannot get any dumber….

elder

Can you believe this? Seriously? A Melbourne Council is going to spend thousands of dollars to remove brand new armrests from public benches so the homeless can sleep on them. Bugger the oldies who like to sit down and enjoy a sit in the park or just get out and take the air. Oh, hell no, we cannot have that, can we?

Socialist Councillor Sue Bolton has convinced the council to be more inclusive. In doing so, she has marginalised all the oldies who need a bit of a help when getting up… how bloody inclusive is that?!

I don’t know whether to laugh or cry, pull my hair out or take to the drink…. 

 

 

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