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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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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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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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global

 I  received this email this morning and felt it was worth putting up on the site. What do we make anymore? All we do now is rely on Royalties from exporting our minerals so that others can profit and we then import the value added commodity to our raw materials.

Our State Governments are against our Federal Government and we have become a Nation divided. Are we even a Nation anymore, or just a collection of States who riccochet from one catastrophe to another? 

What is it to be Australian today? It seems to me that, sometimes, we are just a collection of fractured and fragmented pieces of a jigsaw puzzle that was disassembled and no one can be bothered to put back together again. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PR

 I am doing a site update so that people can blog directly to the site. Hence no new articles of late.

Please bear with me... It is a big job and I am doing as much as I can, as fast as I can. 

To be ranked by Alexa as in the top 200,000 sites in the world and in the top 2300 odd in Australia is not that bloody bad for a site less than a year old and without funding.

Thank you all for your albeit silent support. But wait, there is more....

 

 

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girls

 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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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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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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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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