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It would be a terrible inconvenience if the killer belonged to a religion of peace, with the (((victim))) being who she was. It is Bundoora, so there is a chance.

This is yet another woman though who thought it was safe walking by herself at midnight in an unknown area. Especially strange as she's from a certain (((country))) where I thought women knew better than the typical dumb Aussie broad. I'd never do that even as a strong man who can fight. Even my boxing coach was almost robbed by a pack of diversity up that way when he was catching a late train.

So many feminists are using this latest murder to nag men into doing something about it. Funny, I thought they could do everything we can, only better. Surely they can beat up a group of thugs, ScaJo's style.

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(01-14-2019 01:22 AM)Bluey Wrote:  
(01-13-2019 09:36 PM)RatInTheWoods Wrote:  Does Australia have a new Trump like Politician to lead us out of the darkness?

Fraser Anning


Something in the water in Queensland brings out the stoic, courageous strait talking Alpha.

I liked one paper claiming "right wing racist nazi" etc etc. and publishing photos of him with all sorts. Angel
Imagine he'll end up maligned like Hanson though.


Of course anytime the compromised "fake news" media in Australia rant about "right wing Nazi" this that & the other.
I can't help but notice their oversight of pro-Palestinian, anti-Israel, anti-semitism...

I don't personally give a damn about Palestine or Israel either way. Just find it odd that one form of anti-semitism can be double plus ungood. While another form of anti-semitism is supposedly 'kosher'...
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(01-18-2019 06:20 PM)StrikeBack Wrote:  It would be a terrible inconvenience if the killer belonged to a religion of peace, with the (((victim))) being who she was. It is Bundoora, so there is a chance.

The victim was Arab, and the killer was Aboriginal Australian. It's silly to make this about race. The chans were disappointed he wasn't Sudanese, and the feminists were disappointed it wasn't an Anglo man.

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Looks like there are plans to make "yellow vests" protests across AU. Could it be, that it will spread across the globe? I have had such suspicion when it sparked in France.

https://tottnews.com/2019/01/17/yellow-v...0lwSPPJ6gM


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Hilarious how all men are lumped together for the purposes of crime stats, but when Fairfax Media needs a male boogeyman, it’s always the white male.

How can Aboriginal men be simultaneously oppressed by the white man and his easy tool for murdering off women in the name of female oppression in Melbourne?

The feminists say 69 women were killed by violence in Australia in 2018 (the male death toll was 3-5 times higher, based on yearly homicide averages).

To put that into perspective, there are 25 million people in Australia, 12.5 million are female, and the key 15-64 working age female bracket is at least 8 million women.

8,000,000 divided by 69 = ca. 115,000

ONE in 115,000 - what an “epidemic”! That’s the fucking chance of you being murdered by the “Patriarchy” in modern-day Australia.

Of those 69 women, how many were murdered a) in back alleys or similar places, b) after 10pm in quiet areas with no one else around bar attacker and victim, c) by someone on drugs, d) by someone with severe mental illness/psychosis, and/or e) without the assistance of any other man, let alone a group?

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If this bloke had won a medal at the olympics, of wrote a book or recorded a song, they would proceed his name with the word "aboriginal" at all times.

But rape and murder and he is just a man.

And all men are evil.
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Anonymous Conservative :
Quote:14 year old boy jumped and mugged by 20 African Youth in a train station in Melborne as PSO’s stand nearby and do not intervene. Disarm the cops, and then import the savages. This is not illogical – it is a plan.

https://www.theage.com.au/national/victo...50u4h.html


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Quote:Bat-wielding vigilantes targeted young men of African appearance at Wyndham Vale train station this afternoon in an alarming escalation of Melbourne’s gang tensions: https://trib.al/R4JNZRa #springst


Of course police, government & media will complain loudly at this politically incorrect "vigilantee" response.
Yet secretly, will be salivating at the chance to use the whole crisis as a means to impose even more authoritarian measures...
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Why weren't there vigilantes back when the gun grabbers came around?
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Boomercucks were the "alphas" of the day.

Tells you just about everything you need to know. They didn't even need to fight. They just needed to say "no" and there wouldn't have been enough jails to hold even a fraction of them.

But they attended a few protests then predictably bent over. If they held out in even one state then they would have functionally beaten Howard but even that was too much for them.

Nothing is sadder than a boomer in the shooting scene. Their wear their disarmament shamefully like an albatross around their necks.

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O..K..

‘Just bring the gold back’: RBA responds as conspiracy theories swirl around Australia’s ‘missing’ gold

Australia owns 80 tonnes of gold worth $4.4 billion but it’s not even in the country — and the internet is rife with conspiracy theories.

Is Australia’s gold really being secretly melted down and sold to the Chinese?
If you’re into conspiracy theories, talk of impending global economic collapse and have a deep distrust of central banks, you may have come across this one.
It goes like this. Most people would be aware that the Reserve Bank of Australia, like all central banks around the world, holds a portion of the country’s reserve assets in gold.
What you may not know, because it was only made public in December 2012, is that 99.9 per cent of Australia’s $4.4 billion worth is actually held by the Bank of England.
Of that gold, 11 tonnes is “leased” out to earn interest — it brought in around $700,000 last year — while the other 69 tonnes is sitting in a vault in London. Or is it?
“There are all sorts of conspiracy theories and rumours in the gold market as to what’s going on,” said economist John Adams, who has been on a crusade to find Australia’s “missing gold” in a series of videos with Digital Finance Analytics founder Martin North.
The crux of the conspiracy theory, promoted by the likes of Swiss gold trader Egon von Greyerz, is that China, India and other eastern countries are accumulating more gold than can be explained by mining production.
He believes much of it is actually western central banks “covertly disposing” of their gold, or otherwise leasing it to China and India through bullion banks which then “issue an IOU only backed by paper since the physical will never return from Asia”.
“Since 2008 just China and India have accumulated 26,000 tonnes of gold,” Mr von Greyerz wrote recently. “That is a remarkable figure and virtually the total mine production for that period.”
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The... hell...?

NSW Liberals claim NSW Labor will weaken gun laws.
NSW Labor counter-claims, it's a ploy to retain favour with rural voters.

As if weakening gun laws is a bad thing to start with & as if that is a typical Soycialist practice...
Also, why would rural voters stay with the Liberal party if the Liberals are going to remain strict on guns...?


Also.
It's a sad & sorry state of affairs when the supposed 'conservative' politicians are all scrawny individuals...
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(02-03-2019 04:46 AM)CynicalContrarian Wrote:  What you may not know, because it was only made public in December 2012, is that 99.9 per cent of Australia’s $4.4 billion worth is actually held by the Bank of England.

What, there are no construction workers in Australia capable of building a reinforced concrete vault the size of a living room?

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Real wealth is kept in the reach of those in power. The gold might be on Australia's ledger but there's no way it's considered to be the property of the Australian citizenry.

This is how the elites survive even the worst social dislocations. By retaining enough real wealth to step out of the ashes of the old and buy up everything of relevance in the new.

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Found on reddit, excuse the casual racism.
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As much as I could get before the paywall :

This is why Victoria Police has a morale problem

Serving and recently retired police officers have spoken out about the dysfunction within Victoria Police that is demoralising members and emboldening criminals.Last week, I was inundated with emails, phone calls and messages from the thin blue line in
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Don't forget there is an election today in NSW.

Polls close at 6pm.
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How laughable.
Not to say that this won't come to pass, yet 'clown world' is as 'clown world' does.

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It's kind of funny how the "cut military spending and increase welfare" mantras in US politics filter down here to places with shoestring military budgets.

I think most basic-bitch socialists have an idea in their head that because Australia is part of a greater alliance with America that we spend as much on our military as they do on theirs.

The irony is that we're already a highly socialist nation and we're just about tapped out on all other financial resources to redirect to welfare. 100% renewable energy by 2030? If you shitcanned the entire military in Australia you still wouldn't even come close to having the money you'd need.
Then you want an increase in the minimum wage AND throw a UBI on top?

And keep in mind that it's not on the policy but these guys would regulate or just plain ban forestry and fishing out of existence (to name just two industries out of many) while sending a huge chunk of the remaining economy into non-viable status due to increasing power costs.

Unfortunately the dumbing down of the population means that there's an increasing number of people with such an anemic concept of economics that they cannot even fathom the idea that Canberra could ever run out of other people's money.

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(03-30-2019 01:35 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  I think most basic-bitch socialists have an idea in their head that because Australia is part of a greater alliance with America that we spend as much on our military as they do on theirs.

The even more ironic thing is that it's the complete opposite: we can get away with having relatively low levels of military spending because of the deterrent effect of the alliance.
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(03-22-2019 10:07 PM)Hephaestus Wrote:  Don't forget there is an election today in NSW.

Polls close at 6pm.

Interesting outcome overall, looks like the major parties are on the nose in a big way, green were almost annihilated, and the national party has had country areas turn to the shooters, fishers, and farmers party.

I'm dreading the federal election. Looks like I'll be marking my ballot from worst to least worst again. Angry
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(03-30-2019 06:40 PM)Bluey Wrote:  Interesting outcome overall, looks like the major parties are on the nose in a big way, green were almost annihilated, and the national party has had country areas turn to the shooters, fishers, and farmers party.

I'm dreading the federal election. Looks like I'll be marking my ballot from worst to least worst again. Angry


What I find ironic, is that aside from Ballina, the two seats the Greens maintained, are very much inner-city Sydney seats. None out in the rural areas.
The vast majority of the rural / country areas went to either the Nationals or Shooters & Fishers - where most of the farmland is.

Perhaps country folk should hold the food supply to ransom to knock some sense into the effete urbanites...

https://www.news.com.au/national/nsw-act...9e26e871d6
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There was a no immigration party that no one voted for except me, so I guess all Australians are ok with the invasion, carry on.
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(04-01-2019 11:41 PM)RatInTheWoods Wrote:  There was a no immigration party that no one voted for except me, so I guess all Australians are ok with the invasion, carry on.

I voted for the Australia Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats.
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(03-30-2019 06:40 PM)Bluey Wrote:  
(03-22-2019 10:07 PM)Hephaestus Wrote:  Don't forget there is an election today in NSW.

Polls close at 6pm.

Interesting outcome overall, looks like the major parties are on the nose in a big way, green were almost annihilated, and the national party has had country areas turn to the shooters, fishers, and farmers party.

I'm dreading the federal election. Looks like I'll be marking my ballot from worst to least worst again. Angry

The New South Wales election had Mark Latham on the ballot, a no-nonsense pre-clownworld Labor leader who wants equality of opportunity not SJW equality of outcome. He cared more about boys and working men then whatever issue was trendy with wealthy Tumblrites.

David Leyonhjelm is another man, who though I don't totally agree with, he is far more principled then the Labrals and Libor.

As for Sustainable Australia, I like their longterm outlook, and how they frame immigration in practical not emotional terms. I think seats in the National senate would actually have the power to shape growth policies instead of fetishising GDP like the Liberals. They are my least bad option for now.
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