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  1. Wakey, wakey my fellow deplorables, ; It’s another day in lil’ old Nu Zild and although luxflakes is still in charge, the sun is still going to rise, the critters are doing what critters do and we’ve got yet another day to enjoy.

    Wherever you are, whatever you intend to do, have a great day, keep safe and DLTBGYD.

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  2. Australian court grants Kabi Kabi native title over Queensland land.

    In a controversial move, the Australian Federal Court has granted the Kabi Kabi people native title rights over an expansive 365,345 hectares on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, marking a historic decision for heavily urbanised areas (for comparison’s sake the total area of Hong Kong is approximately 275,000 hectares).

    This judgement from Justice Berna Collier, recognising the right to exploit resources for any purpose (not just personal or non-commercial use) has ignited debate over the implications for local land use and economy. While proponents celebrate this as a victory for indigenous rights, detractors question the broader impact on property rights and rule of law.

    Some observers note the decision mirrors many of the things that occurred under the Ardern Government, where indigenous rights advocates gained an upper hand and were able to advance their claims for special rights, which critics argued came at the expense of the majority, and of norms like equality before the law and one person one vote.

    Here is the 12,000 square kilometre, 365,000 hectare chunk of South East Queensland that has just been handed over to Native Title. 220 kilometres from top to bottom, stretching from Bribie Island all the way up to Childers. When will this end?
    Malcolm Roberts

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2024-06-17/kabi-kabi-people-recognised-as-native-title-holders/103985942

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  3. Chinese media calls Australia racist for daring to consider limiting immigration.

    Outlet: South China Morning Post (formerly Hong Kong’s newspaper of record, now owned by Jack Ma and a propaganda vehicle for the Chinese government)

    Key quote: “Fuelled by a fearmongering immigration scare campaign, Australia’s looming federal election could become a referendum on stopping foreigners, experts warn”

    Subtext: “You should vote to allow millions of our people into your country, otherwise we’re going to hurt you”

    https://www.noticer.news/chinese-media-calls-australia-racist/

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  4. Beijing offers visa-free entry to Australians with defence talks flagged to avoid military clashes

    In short: China has offered 15-day visa-free travel for Australians in a day of talks in Canberra which also featured discussion of better military communication.
    But an agreement-signing session became a site of controversy when local Chinese embassy officials tried to block Australian journalist Cheng Lei from cameras.

    Australians are being offered visa-free entry to China for visits lasting up to 15 days, as Prime Minister Anthony Albanese declares relations between both nations have been “renewed and revitalised”.

    Following a formal meeting with Premier Li Qiang in Canberra, Mr Albanese said Chinese and Australian officials would also hold talks on improving military relations to avoid incidents such as last year’s sonar attack on HMAS Toowoomba.

    “One of the very practical measures that we spoke about was improving military-to-military communication so as to avoid incidents,” Mr Albanese told reporters.
    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2024-06-17/beijing-offers-visa-free-entry-and-military-talks-flagged/103988394

    Beware of people bringing gifts etc.

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  5. Legal win for a 5G mast objector in Cheltenham

    In addition, hundreds of scientists have recently called for a moratorium on 5G, until the health effects are properly investigated. These include the signatories of the EU 5G appeal, the EMF scientist appeal and the EMF Call. There is also the compelling 2020 Consensus Statement of U.K. and international, medical and scientific experts on the health effects of non-ionising radiation, signed by organisations representing 3,500 medical doctors throughout the world, initiated by the Physicians’ Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment in the UK (PHIRE).

    One such scientist is Professor Lennart Hardell, who found in his eight real-life 5G studies that people developed serious symptoms very soon after being exposed to radiation at levels very much lower than the ICNIRP guidelines in their accommodation. At even lower levels still, when there may only be general symptoms such as chronic fatigue or persistent flu-like symptoms, it has been clearly proven that oxidative stress occurs in the body over time and this can lead to a range of diseases such as cancer.

    https://unitynewsnetwork.co.uk/legal-win/

    5G Launches In Wuhan Weeks Before Coronavirus Outbreak

    https://madmaxworld.tv/watch?id=5e335e772f3c020019a423f8&utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email

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  6. A jogger enjoys the first rays of sunshine on frost-covered meadows at the Jerrabomberra Wetlands in Canberra at minus 4 degrees Celsius last Sunday.(Supplied: Ainsley Morthorpe)

    Over the weekend and into Monday, early morning temperatures fell to sub-zero levels across six states and territories, from Tasmania to Queensland.

    Daytime temperatures also struggled to warm up, with some parts of Victoria and South Australia experiencing their coldest June day in over 20 years during the weekend, according to BOM.

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2024-06-18/australia-cold-snap-continues-ahead-of-winter-solstice/103987098

    coming our way?

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  7. Geez, there is some Bullshit spouted around Natives and how downtrodden they are when it comes to pay equity. Take a look at Bus Drivers and their pay scales. A Native lady would not be paid substantially less than a Honky driver and a Pacific female employee at Maccas would not earn considerably less than a white male doing the same job.

    “The same inquiry found that that for every $1 a Pākehā man earned, a Pākehā woman earned 89c, an Asian man and a Māori man got 86c, an Asian woman received 83c, a Pacific man and a Māori woman both earned 81c and a Pacific woman got 75c.”

    But some will swallow this Bullshit. What I find interesting when this sort of shit is dragged up, potentially to beat the white male down, is that no actual examples of pay inequality, with named Employers, job description, Employees name is ever mentioned, only generalities.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/business/519739/call-for-government-to-include-ethnicity-when-tackling-pay-gap

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        • Its the destruction of Kiwi culture that grates the most. Immigrants outbreed us. He’s pretty much condemning the European British stock in New Zealand to the fate of South Africa.

          It’s been 80 years, but nothing has changed. The bozo’s in parliament though, stand out like dogs balls:

          ‘It is quite clear that we cannot really continue to take people into the Wolverhampton area, or, indeed, into the West Midlands, at this rate.” In a poll of white adults commissioned by Panorama for their programme, 82 per cent thought there should be further controls on immigration, 74 per cent agreed with Powell’s call for voluntary repatriation; however, 35 per cent thought repatriation should be compulsory, and 55 per cent thought Powell had worsened race relations. A survey of immigrants found that 38 per cent would like to return to their country of origin if given financial help, 47 per cent favoured more immigration controls (only 30 per cent did not) and only 8 per cent said they had been treated worse by white people since Powell’s Birmingham speech.”

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  8. The Government promised urgent action to help the media sector after Newshub’s closure was confirmed.
    Winston Peters says that work is still “in progress” three months later, and after a proposal went to Cabinet.
    Peters sticks by his previous statement that he wasn’t fully consulted about the initial proposal.

    Acting Prime Minister Winston Peters says the Government’s media reform package, which was promised back in February, remains a “work in progress”.

    In February, Prime Minister Christopher Luxon promised urgent action to help stop haemorrhaging in the media sector. But no proposal has emerged, despite papers going to Cabinet.

    It’s been three months since former media minister Melissa Lee produced a Cabinet paper, which detailed her ideas to prevent further publication shutdowns and job losses in the media sector.
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/politics/350314176/work-progress-winston-peters-coy-whereabouts-promised-media-reform-package

    Apparently, the luvlies are not aware that they are a commercial enterprise like many others and need to get their own shit together in this world.

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    • Obviously Melissa Lee’s proposal was not acceptable to the media’s mate, Luxon. Her replacement, Goldsmith, cannot do anything better (at least quickly) so it makes Luxon look like the fool he is.

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      • The govt approved msm are only the tip of the media talent pool in NZ. Why pay legacy media for the partisan propaganda they spew when a whole crop of competent replacements would report actual news. Time for a clean out and knock funding broadcasting off the taxpayers budget.

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    • Of the 18,000 extra Bureacraps installed by ardern only 4,000 are going to be visiting Winz, come on Luxflakes get on with reducing the public sector by another 14,000 and then some to a size and efficiency level taxpayers expect.

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  9. A doctor, an anthropologist, and a lawyer are traveling through the Amazon jungle. They come across an ancient tribe that captures them and holds them at spearpoint.

    The tribal chieftain, speaks to them in his native tongue . The anthropologist recognizes the language is similar to a language that he has studied. He tells his comrades I can’t make out everything, but I think I can catch most of what he’s saying. He says, they are going to boil us alive in those big vats over there. Then, they are going to peel our skins off and use them to stretch over their new canoes. However, he did say that they would grant us each one final request before we suffer our heinous death.

    The doctor says that he wants his medical bag. The anthropologist tells the chief, and the bag is brought to the doctor, who promptly takes out a syringe and gives himself an injection of painkiller strong enough to knock him out so that he will not suffer. He is then thrown in a boiling vat.

    seeing that the painkiller is all gone, the anthropologist recalls that certain plants in this area were used by tribes as painkillers. He asks the chief for such a plant and it is brought to him. He eats as much of it as he can until he loses consciousness and is also taken to the vets.

    The lawyer motions that he wants a sharp stick. They are puzzled. He continues to motion until they realize what he is asking for. They hold their spears on him cautiously as they present him with the stick. They watch in horror as the lawyer stabs himself from the top of his head inch by inch to the bottom of his feet. Now, bleeding gruesomely he hands the stick to the chief and says., “ Now, stretch that over your fucking canoe!”

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  10. From Breitbart on an article re the Washington Post I saw this comment.

    What paper do you read?
    The Wall Street Journal – Read by people who run the country.
    The Washington Post – Read by people who THINK they run the country.
    The New York Times – Read by people who think they SHOULD be running the country.
    The Boston Globe – Read by people whose parents used to run the country, and they did a far superior job of it, thank you very much.
    The NY Daily News – Read by people who don’t care who’s running the country as long as they can get a seat on the subway.
    The San Francisco Chronicle – Read by people who aren’t sure who is running the country, but whoever it is, they oppose all that they stand for.
    The Miami Herald – Read by people who are running another country but need the baseball scores.
    The National Enquirer – Read by people trapped in line at the supermarket.

    What’s yours:

    The Press – used to be read by those who arrived on the First Four Ships
    The Christchurch Star – read by those who didn’t.

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  11. “CHEMTRAILS: A Bush Family Business?”

    Coal fly ash is the smoke that rises from burning coal. It is a toxic waste byproduct of coal-fired power plants, which are a staple of global energy production. It is continuously produced by the megaton. In America and the rest of the Western world, coal fly ash is intercepted before it can billow out into our atmosphere by large machines known as ‘electrostatic precipitators.’ Once collected, the question becomes one of what to do with all of this coal fly ash: a toxic slew comprised of, among many other things, mercury, arsenic and radioactive elements. The best evidence indicates that, rather than being disposed of properly, coal fly ash has been utilized as the most common chemtrail spray.

    The use of coal fly ash in chemtrails has precedent in that it is analogous to water fluoridation. What our local water district calls ‘fluoride’ is not what most people think it is. What is put in the water is an industrial waste by-product from the fertilizer industry called hydrofluosilicic acid which, if the population was not forced to ingest it, would be expensive to get rid of. Instead, corrupt governments pay for it to be consumed by the unsuspecting public and a giant disinformation apparatus constantly tells us that anyone opposed to water fluoridation is a crazy conspiracy theorist. Does that sound familiar?

    Through their family bank Brown Brothers Harriman, the Bush family owns the world’s largest harvester of coal fly ash: Dresser Industries. This is notable because it has been scientifically determined that we are being routinely sprayed with coal fly ash. It is collected by the electrostatic precipitators manufactured and maintained by Dresser Industries.

    https://www.activistpost.com/2024/06/the-abstract-episode-34-chemtrails-a-bush-family-business.html

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    • szOOTY@1053

      Why?

      Because the politicians of all persuasions in this country have come to the belief that “green’ means votes from the wealthy and the influential, and with these votes come very large donations of money.

      As a result (and because he who pays the piper calls the tune) these now bought-and-paid-for politicians do the will of their financial ‘masters’ and dance to their tune.

      It has always been thus, and it would be interesting to line-up dl’s donors to se which ‘major donor’ was ‘influential enough’ to tell (NOT suggest, ‘Tell’) her to ‘turn off the local coal and oil supplies (Purely out of ‘concern’ for the planet of course).

      The results would perhaps be surprising.

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  12. US Treasury Secretary Claims Seizing Profits From Russian Assets Not ‘Theft’?

    “There is no sense at all in which it’s theft … So there’s no legal issue here”. (Say’s this little Zionist troll)

    Last week, G7 countries agreed on a loan structure to provide at least $50 billion to Ukraine in loans, which will be funded by revenue generated by the interest on Russia’s frozen assets, but they will not confiscate the principal amount of those funds.
    (So It will just inflate away then?)

    https://sputnikglobe.com/20240617/us-treasury-secretary-says-seizing-profits-from-russian-assets-not-theft-1118991463.html

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  13. Highlander Connor Garden-Bachop dies at 25

    Garden-Bachop, who has played 35 games for the Highlanders since his debut in 2021, was preparing to play in Japan next season.

    The Wellington-raised son of former All Blacks and Otago first five Stephen Bachop is a father of two.

    Police told the NZ Herald they were called to the scene of a sudden death in Fendalton, Christchurch around 5.55pm yesterday.

    In a statement, police said: “The death is not being treated as suspicious and will be referred to the Coroner.”

    https://www.odt.co.nz/sport/rugby/highlanders/highlander-connor-garden-bachop-dies-25

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      • as soon as i heard about this i thought “ffs vax nutter losers are gunna be orgasming over it”… yup youre all fucking losers.

        once again go google 25yr old dies 2018, 2017 etc etc. theres nothing out of the ordinary, shit happens we’re born to die you fucktards

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        • Well that got a reaction.
          Brave’s AI did manage to come up with one globally in 2018
          “25 yr old dies suddenly in 2018
          According to the available information, there is a report of a 25-year-old Belgian goalkeeper, Arne Espeel, who died suddenly in 2018. He collapsed on the pitch after saving a penalty for his team.”

          No worries undoubtedly the inquest and coroners report will reveal the truth////

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  14. “Latest Air Force Plane break down highlights Government’s public service cost cutting agenda”

    Martin Martyn is going to start praising the government soon if this is all he’s got. That plane’s been breaking down long before this lot arrived on the scene.

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  15. Stuff stuffed up.

    Retraction and apology concerning former AUT academic Amy Baker Benjamin

    The original version of Stuff’s documentary Fire and Fury included a statement that Senior Lecturer in Law Amy Benjamin resigned her position at AUT following remarks she had made in an interview with journalist Vinny Eastwood on 18 November 2021.

    That statement was incorrect.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/nz-news/350312110/retraction-and-apology-concerning-former-aut-academic-amy-baker-benjamin

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  16. And now for some really important news from the worlds greatest journalist. Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has fallen off a bike but unfortunately survived. People are wondering if he swore and medics are hoping he will die from lycra poisoning. Pictures at 11.

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    • Some have the use of bad language down to a fine art where as others never seem to make the grade. Of the true exponents I have met over the years the standout would be the soap dodging, workshy Pommie reject who slimed his way into being the union yard delegate of the cartage firm I used to drive for.

      Looking at a piece of machinery that he with his total incompetence had managed to destroy he proclaimed that “the fooking fooker was fooking well fooked”.

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  17. The United States Of ‘Go Figure’…
    What is the purpose, you ask yourself, of this new world war we’re itching to start? And why now, exactly?

    The stupid answers may be the correct ones.

    To furnish an emergency pretext allowing “Joe Biden” (Barack Obama & Co.) to “postpone” the election?
    If so, I guess they want a hot civil war even more than WWIII, because that’s what they’ll get.
    Or is it just to complete the destruction of the USA, turning us into a failed state run by a tranny Mamluk-ocracy?
    Or is it, as Ed Dowd has averred, to cover up the imminent implosion of the US / Euroland debt debacle?

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/united-state-go-figure

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    • “Islam is a warrior religion, it’s about expansion & conquest.”

      The Europeans have had a little experience in these areas. Islam might be in for a nasty surprise.

      “If you will not fight for right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory is sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival. There may even be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves.” ― Winston S. Churchill

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  18. I don’t think this is the flex they think it is.

    Christopher Luxon
    @chrisluxonmp
    On the same day Putin is in Pyongyang, I’m pleased to announce from Japan an enhanced NZDF deployment to deter North Korea’s sanctions violations.

    Judith Collins
    @JudithCollinsMP
    Great that our @NZDefenceForce is contributing in such a significant way.
    Watch: NZ sending frigate, planes to help monitor N.Korea
    https://x.com/JudithCollinsMP/status/1802928424937550060

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  19. Anne Twomey says South Australia’s plan to ban political donations raises big risks as well as benefits

    The South Australian government has proposed banning political donations because of the risk and the perception that they buy undue influence and fuel corruption. Premier Peter Malinauskas said the aim was to “give South Australians confidence that decisions are being made because they’re the right thing to do”, rather than reciprocation for donations.

    Malinauskas also said legislation had been challenging to draft, with much thought given to how it would hold up if tested in the High Court.

    So what is this law proposing? How likely is it to withstand legal challenges? And what might it mean for democracy?
    https://www.interest.co.nz/public-policy/128312/anne-twomey-says-south-australia%E2%80%99s-plan-ban-political-donations-raises-big

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  20. Sean Plunket said this was one of his very best interviews he’s ever done in his career.

    Toby Young head of the UK Free Speech Union talks about radical progressives aim to control us through limiting freedom of speech and controlling language. They are just simple old sad sack ugly cultural Marxists end of.

    He also names George Soros, Bill Gates and Pierre Omidyar, NGO’s and Tax payers as the main funders of the Industrial censorship complex.

    He then puts the boot into Ardern and blames the MSM for letting Ardern go full tyrant. He’s on fire, the guy describes practitioners of cancel culture as “offence archeologists🤣” and his closing sentences are poetry.

    https://x.com/2ETEKA/status/1802956670756417591

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  21. Live Fire Incident: Casualties Reported After North Korean Soldiers Cross Military Demarcation Line.

    Something big is happening on the heavily militarized Korean border, following several days of soaring tensions which has included North Korea flying hundreds of trash and feces-filled balloons into the south.
    There are several reports of dozens of North Korean soldiers having briefly crossed the border, and soon retreating, after warning shots were fired by South Korean border troops, according to South Korea’s Yonhap news agency.
    Per Reuters, citing Yonhap at about 11:00am local time: “South Korea’s military fired warning shots after North Korean soldiers crossed the Military Demarcation Line near the border, the Yonhap news agency reported on Tuesday citing the country’s Joint Chiefs of Staff.”

    https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/live-fire-incident-casualties-reported-after-north-korean-soldiers-cross-military

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  22. A small balding man storms into a local bar and demands, “Gimme a double of the strongest whiskey you got. I’m so mad, I can’t even see straight.”
    The bartender, noticing that the little man is a bit the worse for wear, pours him a double of Southern Comfort. The man swills down the drink and says, “Gimme another one.” The bartender pours the drink, but says, “Now, before I give you this, why don’t you let off a little steam and tell me why you’re so upset?”
    So, the man begins his tale. “Well, I was sitting in the bar next door, when this gorgeous blonde slinks in and actually sits beside me at the bar. I thought, “Wow, this has never happened before.” You know, it was kind of a fantasy come true. Well, a couple of minutes later, the blonde leans over and asks if I’d like to come back to her hotel to have dinner and talk for a while.
    I couldn’t believe this was happening, and I hadn’t had a good meal in quite a while. I managed to nod my head yes, so she grabs my hand and starts walking out of the bar. This seemed just too good to be true.” He continued, “She took me down the street here to a nice hotel and up to her room. She said to relax, watch some TV, and that she would be ready to go down to the restaurant in a few minutes.
    But, as soon as I put my feet up and reclined my chair, I heard some keys jingling and someone starts fumbling with the door.” “The blonde says, ‘Oh my god, it’s my boyfriend. He must have lost his wrestling match tonight, he’s gonna be real mad. Quick, hide!’”
    “So, I opened the closet, but I figured that was probably the first place he would look, so I didn’t hide there. Then I looked under the bed, but no, I figured he’s bound to look there, too. By now, I could hear the key in the lock. I noticed the window was open, so I climbed out and was hanging there by my fingers, praying that the guy wouldn’t see me.”
    The bartender says “Well I can see how you might be a bit frustrated at this point.”
    “Well, yeah, but I hear the guy finally get the door open and he yells out, ‘Who you been with now, you witch?’
    The girl says, ‘Nobody, honey, now calm down.
    “Well, the guy starts tearing up the room. I hear him tear the door off the closet and throw it across the room. I’m thinking, ‘Boy, I’m glad I didn’t hide in there.’ Then I hear him lift up the bed and throw it across the room. Good thing I didn’t hide under there either.
    Then I heard him say, ‘What’s that over there by the window?’ I think, ‘Oh God, I’m dead meat now.’ But, the blonde by now is trying real hard to distract him and convince him to stop looking. Well, I hear the guy go into the bathroom and I hear water running for a long time; I figure maybe he’s gonna take a bath or something, when all of a sudden, the jerk pours a pitcher of scalding hot water out of the window right on top of my head.
    I mean, look at this, I got second degree burns all over my scalp and shoulders!” The bartender says, “Oh man, that would have gotten me mad for sure.” “No, that didn’t really bother me.
    Next, the guy starts slamming the window shut over and over on my hands. I mean, look at my fingers. They’re a bloody mess. I can hardly hold onto this glass.” The bartender looks at the guy’s hands and says, “Yeah, buddy, I can understand why you are so upset.”
    “No, that wasn’t what really got me so angry though.” The bartender then asks in exasperation, “Well, then, what did finally make you anger?”
    “Well, I was hanging on the window, and I turned around and looked down–I was only about six inches off the ground

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  23. LOL wind generation. Best line was this: :
    Things were even worse in Western Australia, where at the one point that afternoon when I happened to look the state’s total wind generation was minus 11MW. Some wind turbines were drawing a megawatt here and there, perhaps to keep the turbines rolling so they don’t get flat spots on bearings.”

    https://joannenova.com.au/2024/06/20-billion-in-wind-power-across-australia-can-only-guarantee-as-much-power-as-two-diesel-generators/

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    • my mate in WA has a number of wind turbines on his farm, hilarious snapchats of big fuckoff diesel generators parked at the base of them a while ago. massive gensets, bigger then a shipping container.
      fark knows what for, probs some subsidy scam like europe/uk had a while back but it was certainly overkill if the maintanence crew were using an angle grinder snd drill.

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  24. a mate sent me this…

    THE WORLD’S GREATEST BLUFF

    aka the real MONOPOLY

    The masks begin to fall off! “The Chinese biological laboratory in Wuhan is owned by GlaxoSmithKline, which (accidentally) owns Pfizer!” (the one who makes the vaccine against the virus which (accidentally) started at the Wuhan Biological Lab and which was (accidentally) funded by Dr. Fauci, who (accidentally) promotes the vaccine! “GlaxoSmithKline is (accidentally) managed by the finance division of Black Rock, which (accidentally) manages the finances of the Open Foundation Company (Soros Foundation), which (accidentally) manages the French AXA!” Soros (accidentally) owns the German company Winterthur, which (accidentally) built a Chinese laboratory in Wuhan and was bought by the German Allianz, which (coincidentally) has Vanguard as a shareholder, who (coincidentally) is a shareholder of Black Rock, which (coincidentally) controls central banks and manages about a third of global investment capital. “Black Rock” is also (coincidentally) a major shareholder of MICROSOFT, owned by Bill Gates, who (coincidentally) is a shareholder of Pfizer (which – remember? sells a miracle vaccine) and (coincidentally) is now the first sponsor of the WHO! Now you understand how a dead bat sold in a wet market in China has infected the WHOLE PLANET!””
    Folks, for the Deep State this is not about protecting the people, preventing the spread or a cure for the virus, this is about greed, corruption, power and control for them…
    Now you know pass it on until whole world knows

    Well written

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