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When I was a lad in Western Australia, the 5th of November used to be an eagerly awaited event. That was Guy Fawkes Night, commemorating the apprehension in 1605 of conspirators who plotted to blow up the British Parliament and were hanged and quartered.

Just the sort of thing a young Flysa could get excited about.

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" In April 2020, with nothing else to do, my family took an enormous number of hikes. –          Let’s Declare a Pandemic Amnesty, Opinion by Emily Oster "

I came across this piece thanks to Karen De Coster, referenced in her LRC blog post entitled The Satanic Church-of-Covid Left Begs for Mercy.  I will allow her to introduce it (in case her title isn’t sufficient):

 The sham propaganda continues to twist in the wind, looking for one last chance to be embraced by the gaslighted masses.

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There is a lack of consciousness these days in the hearts of ordinary people.

A lack of Patriotism and Soul.

A lack of Pride.

Given that we still celebrate ANZAC Day, Bullecourt and other Western Front disasters. We seem to forget so much.

Our National tribute of " Lest We Forget " seems to have somehow turned into " We Have Forgotten. "

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Some Australians who suffered from Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine-linked injuries are bound to get compensated more by their government. That is if they can meet the strict criteria and get lucky.

The odds are definitely against them. Thus far, only 59 out of 2,987 Australian vaccine injury claimants have been compensated – just around two percent or just two out of every hundred who have complied with the stringent documentation of requirements.

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" Living in the Latter Days " 

Australians are living in the latter days of the Anglo/American Empire.


For centuries now, world power centres have been moving west – from Mongolia, to Europe, to Britain, to North America, and now Asia beckons.


The Anglo/American Empire today resembles the decadent dying days of Rome. Europe is becoming a green energy wasteland, the British Empire died with Churchill, and America has dodderers and adolescents in charge.

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The Pentagon wants a new hub for B-52s amid tensions with China.

The US military has devised a plan which would see nuclear-capable B-52 strategic bombers deployed in Australia on long-term rotational missions, and turn the country’s Northern Territory into a crucial military hub in Washington’s standoff with Beijing.

That's according to a report from Sydney-based state-broadcaster ABC on Monday.

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Beersheba is a name that should resonate with every Australian with the same ease and reverence as Gallipoli.

Sadly it does not.

Because the charge on the desert city of Beersheba on 31st October, 1917 is the most outstanding piece of military daring and execution ever undertaken in the military history of the World.

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Banjo Paterson is the giant of Australian literature and folk law. His exploits in this field are so extensively well documented that I would not presume to add to them.

What is less well known is his contribution to the war effort in WW1 and to a much lesser extent The Boer War. His contribution to the successes of the Light Horse brigades was outstanding.

Banjo Paterson was a newspaper correspondent intermingled with a legal practice. When the second Boer War broke out on 11th October, 1899 Banjo was a member of the NSW Lancers and sought to sail with the first contingent for South Africa. He was rejected for active service because he had only one good arm. He was well connected with the Fairfax family and asked to be sent to South Africa at his own expense for one month to serve as a war correspondent. One month was the limit of his financial resources.

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Ultimately the truth will come out and we will finally see justice. We are being ruled by cowards. We have one flag, we are one community, we are one nation, and WE want justice.

It is not a matter of IF, but WHEN.

This entire Covid debacle is exploding and imploding at the same time:  this is set to be the biggest miscarriage of justice in modern history. 

We have written here about Thalidomide, Leprosy and other horrors of medical mistakes.... is it truly possible that they will actually pale into insignificance in comparison with what has been done under the guise of health CARE and government CARING?

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With the media storm that surrounded the allegations of one Liberal party staffer raping another, was there ever a chance of an unbiased trial?

The Brittany Higgins #MeToo rape trial ended this week in Canberra, with the jury failing to reach a unanimous verdict after deliberating for seven days – after concerns were raised about a juror improperly accessing research material not in evidence before the court.

If the end to the trial wasn’t sensational enough, after the jury had been discharged, the complainant, Ms. Higgins, gave an incendiary speech outside the court that has now been referred to the court and the police to determine whether it amounts to a contempt of court and/or a criminal offence.

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As children, many of us read the story of the Emperor with new clothes. It was a tale about a man who walked around stark naked and the courtiers and sychophants all said amazing things about his fantastic new clothes.

Written by Hans Christen Andersen, a couple of swindlers pretending to be weavers make a special outfit for the emperor. They tell the emperor and all of his minions and followers that the clothes are invisible to people who are stupid or too dumb to see. No one can see the clothing, but no one wants to say it because they don't want to tell the truth for fear of being ridiculed themselves. Or worse still, punished. 

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