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The main problem as I see it is that we elect a leader only for their party to stab them in the back and we end up getting the (((special pick))) instead.

Our nation has become a running international joke. Foreign dignitaries laugh about which Australian PM they're going to meet this week.
06-22-2017 10:31 AM
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You guys ever heard of Independent Man? He's kinda like our version of Black Pigeon Speaks. He's done some good videos about the Aussie media's horrendous treatment of Cassie Jaye.
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See below link. Can you imagine if there would be an uproar if the roles were reversed?

Not that this will surprise anyone but these days there is not much separating the Libs/Lab. Both hate freedom of speech, challenging the status quo, love mass migration and are in bed with China.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...trage.html


http://www.theaustralian.com.au/national...b0540e3ded
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(06-23-2017 08:08 PM)johnwain Wrote:  Not that this will surprise anyone but these days there is not much separating the Libs/Lab. Both hate freedom of speech, challenging the status quo, love mass migration and are in bed with China.

Yes, that's why I am pessimistic about the future of Oz.

Both parties are identically beholden to the globalist mantras, there there is no real democratic choice for people.

Oz needs a viable Trump like identity to emerge.

Closest we have is Pauline Hanson, and the globalist press (and to some extent herself) have the majority of the electorate convinced she is not a viable candidate to run the country yet.

Also massive, and I mean massive immigration has shifted the once hard working Aussie population to the more "give me free stuff" voting demographic.
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That's because Pauline Hanson is not a viable candidate.

She may have the backbone to speak her mind, yet it's her poor diction & presentation (& notorious history) which means she'll never get mass support.
Plus, even though she does have the backbone to speak her mind, she's not exactly a genuinely inspiring figure.

In this day & age, it takes some rather special qualities to persist on a distinctly nationalist platform, while also being able to generate legit popular support.
As odd as it is for me of all people to say it, I'd rather Mark Latham make a serious go at it these days, yet even he can be a bit of a blowhard at times.

The opportunity is really there for someone to do what Trump did in an Australian context..., yet no one comes to mind.
Plus the Westminster system doesn't allow a wealthy, rogue, outsider candidate to swan in & take it all.
Far too much party politics to contend with.

Or perhaps..., if we were to somehow merge Pauline Hanson with Mark Latham...?
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Yeah, pauline has some pretty strong leftist tendencies (govt control of private enterprise) which will not work well. Funnily enough Australia has gone so far to the left that the former Labor head (Latham) is now seen as a right wing radical. If a few minorities parties (lib dems, one nation, etc) and the 'right' of the labor and libs can team up under Latham there may be a viable 3rd alternative. Unlikely to happen so i wont hold my breath.
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(06-24-2017 01:11 AM)CynicalContrarian Wrote:  That's because Pauline Hanson is not a viable candidate.

She may have the backbone to speak her mind, yet it's her poor diction & presentation (& notorious history) which means she'll never get mass support.
Plus, even though she does have the backbone to speak her mind, she's not exactly a genuinely inspiring figure.

In this day & age, it takes some rather special qualities to persist on a distinctly nationalist platform, while also being able to generate legit popular support.
As odd as it is for me of all people to say it, I'd rather Mark Latham make a serious go at it these days, yet even he can be a bit of a blowhard at times.

The opportunity is really there for someone to do what Trump did in an Australian context..., yet no one comes to mind.

Clive Palmer could have, but he didn't have Trump's chutzpah (or Trump's acumen in business.)

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Anyone seen the Australia Pride protest in Melbourne yesterday, where antifa faggots showed up and started the violence? The police got pissed and rushed at them, while protecting the peaceful Australia Pride protesters. It's obvious from the videos who the violent ones are.

http://www.9news.com.au/national/2017/06...-melbourne

The media of course said absolutely nothing about this, but you can tell from this part they slipped in from the police e.g:

http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2017/...-melbourne

Quote:Victoria Police north west metro commander Russell Barrett said they were disappointed with people who chose to wear face coverings.

"We were disappointed that a number of protesters chose to wear facial coverings and question why they felt the need to hide their faces if they weren't planning to cause trouble," he said.

It's coming down under now!

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Been here for a while, but I think the faggots here are going to have a very short-lived people's revolution.

Their movement on Australian soil is still in its infancy at a time when public opinion is already swaying back towards the right in a serious way.

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I've been 'lucky' enough to witness ANTIFA's antics first hand a few months back, words cannot describe their level of insanity. Funnily enough the crowd they were protesting against had a much more diverse crowd (old, young, white, asians, ex muslims, working/middle/upper class) yet you wouldn't be able to ascertain that from the MSM account.

They were also extremely violent, assaulting a few elderly defenceless men in their 70s whilst the undercover police who were there remained silent/passive. Many also appeared to be under the influence of alcohol and high as a kite.
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(06-26-2017 03:30 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  Been here for a while, but I think the faggots here are going to have a very short-lived people's revolution.

Their movement on Australian soil is still in its infancy at a time when public opinion is already swaying back towards the right in a serious way.

Just so long as nobody caves in on gay marriage. We've been able to wait them out so far, but all it would take is one weak, degenerate arsehole (I'm looking at you Bill Shorten) to put the (non)issue back on the agenda in a play for votes, and it could all be for nought. The media would do everything in their power to get that over the line.

That'd be a major victory for them against the run of play, and would lift their flagging morale.
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(06-26-2017 03:26 AM)StrikeBack Wrote:  Anyone seen the Australia Pride protest in Melbourne yesterday, where antifa faggots showed up and started the violence? The police got pissed and rushed at them, while protecting the peaceful Australia Pride protesters. It's obvious from the videos who the violent ones are.

http://www.9news.com.au/national/2017/06...-melbourne

The media of course said absolutely nothing about this, but you can tell from this part they slipped in from the police e.g:

http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2017/...-melbourne

Quote:Victoria Police north west metro commander Russell Barrett said they were disappointed with people who chose to wear face coverings.

"We were disappointed that a number of protesters chose to wear facial coverings and question why they felt the need to hide their faces if they weren't planning to cause trouble," he said.

It's coming down under now!


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Looks like our favourite sandcunt has decided to fuck off to Blighty.

http://www.news.com.au/entertainment/tv/...3b3eb7122c

Quote:YASSMIN Abdel-Magied is moving to London in order to “partake in the Aussie rite of passage”, she says.

The controversial Muslim author, public speaker and TV presenter took to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram today to declare she was leaving Australia for the English capital.

Abdel-Magied received wellwishes from a number of her followers, but she did not further explain her reasons for leaving Australia.

Abdel-Magied’s ABC TV show Australia Wide was recently axed after a series of controversial comments.

Last week in an extensive series of Facebook posts Abdel-Magied claimed has been “traumatised” by “deeply racist” criticism of her.

She said she was moved to break her silence because being quiet had not “served me well”.

She had been criticised over a controversial tweet on Anzac Day.

She also took aim at Australia’s system of democracy, which led Senator Eric Abetz to suggest she leave the country for an “Arab dictatorship”.

I guess she took Abetz's advice. England, if not London, is rapidly turning into an Arab dictatorship.

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She'd be right at home in London!
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That cunt is part of a concerted effort by Muslim "academics" to undermine Christian nations by whipping up anti-colonial sentiment among the natives.

Natives I hasten to add who under islam would be converted or put to the sword, since they are neither Jews or Christians and therefore according to the koran not even to be suffered to live in slavery.
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Samantha Armytage secretly hates her life, wants to just go back to the country and get wrecked by a guy with a real beard.

Reading between the lines, that is.

Quote:SAMANTHA Armytage has come to a conclusion on her love life — she needs to look further afield than media for a potential suitor.

“Recently it has sort of dawned on me I am really looking for someone who is into nature and country, going right back to where I came from,” single Armytage told Confidential’s Robed-Up with J. Mo Facebook Live.

“I’ve realised at this point that I need someone away from this industry.

“It has to be someone that is very genuine and not into my career at all and who appreciates nature and horses and rural things.”

A reminder, Armytage is 40. This is what she did with a potential 8 body and looks:

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Quote:In the interview, covering everything from feminism to work, life in the country and politics, the Sunrise host opened up about her hopes for the ­future professionally and personally.

Armytage, who grew up in the Snowy Mountains township of Adaminaby near Cooma, recently bought a country house in the Southern Highlands, where she spends time with her puppy Banjo.

“For years and years I have talked about it and I’ve known that my country roots are important to me but nowadays I’ve realised that I really need it for my sanity I guess, to get back to the country and get my hands in the dirt and be in nature. It is really important (to me).”

She added of a potential partner: “I think someone who can appreciate all of that.

They have to be kind but most importantly, probably not someone in this industry.”

Armytage, 40, also spoke of her ­desire to one day become a mum but is realistic that motherhood may not be on the cards for her.

It is a topic she’s usually very private about and generally avoids discussing publicly.

“Well, yes (I want kids), I’ve never made any secret of it but I don’t know whether that is my path,” she said.

“It would be nice but if it doesn’t happen then c’est la vie and if it does, it would be lovely. I don’t like talking about it because you don’t know what is going to happen.”

Hey, Leonard, you could use another wife in the harem, couldn't you? Tongue

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^ would bang if she lost 20 kilos
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(07-05-2017 09:02 PM)Paracelsus Wrote:  Samantha Armytage secretly hates her life, wants to just go back to the country and get wrecked by a guy with a real beard.

Reading between the lines, that is.

Quote:SAMANTHA Armytage has come to a conclusion on her love life — she needs to look further afield than media for a potential suitor.
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Hey, Leonard, you could use another wife in the harem, couldn't you? Tongue

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Samantha, you're not impressed by the Soy-Kin...?

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When did the "Australian International Islamic College" set up? Isn't Australia is becoming like Canada - i.e., cucked?
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I actually support gay marriage.I see it as the only way fathers will get more rights in a warped way.Havig been divorced I will never marry again.I also have kids so I'm not looking for mother material.

I figure gay marriage might equalise father's plight in the judges eyes as fathers take on both roles.

The most invisible men in Australia are single fathers.
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The gay rights movement is just one of the dozens of angles of assault on heterosexual men.

Gay marriage will not "equalise (the) father's plight in the judges eyes". There was a time we all wished that if we gave everyone else rights then they would respect ours. We have no more excuses for believing that any more.
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(07-05-2017 09:02 PM)Paracelsus Wrote:  Armytage, 40, also spoke of her ­desire to one day become a mum

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(07-09-2017 07:20 PM)Green-On-GO Wrote:  I actually support gay marriage.I see it as the only way fathers will get more rights in a warped way.Havig been divorced I will never marry again.I also have kids so I'm not looking for mother material.
I figure gay marriage might equalise father's plight in the judges eyes as fathers take on both roles.
The most invisible men in Australia are single fathers.

Nah.
For those of us who don't really intend to get married, it is better that gay marriage is not legit in Australia.
Therefore.
In being 2017, being "the current year".
I can self-identify as a "male lesbian", I can continue to fool around with chicks, yet cannot get married. Cool
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^ I'm still shaking my head over Armytage.

We came back to where I'm staying last night from visiting at the hospital, only for one of the six women to discover her electric kettle had died.

The hysteria that followed once they realised that they were denied their coffee! Trying to figure out who last used it. Blaming each other for doing something to the kettle. Arguing over where they could get one 'at this time of night'. Deciding who should make the drive because it was cold, and then obviously-deciding I should do it.

They came to look for me, no doubt about to launch into a campaign to butter me up. Not one of them noticed I was already drinking a cup of hot tea because I'd left the room ten minutes ago at the start of the drama, and gone and put a saucepan of water on the kitchen stovetop to boil, really, really wanting a cuppa.

The sad part is, not one of them noticed or commented on where the hot water came from, even when I said "Let me finish my cuppa first."

Stop to think that four of these women have university degrees.

As I walked out the door - it was a good excuse to not be obligated to hang around - I stopped and lit my cigarette on the gas hob, just like my grandfather used to do. They still didn't get it, and, obviously didn't, judging by the way they pounced on me when I returned with a new Kettle.

As I'm aging, I can see why he spent so much time outside in the garden.
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