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China can buy us with their lunch money, and the majority of Australians are too stupid to see it, too greedy to care, or they welcome their new communist overlords.

To me it seems like China was under the thumbs of the globalists but saw how weak the West was and decided they didn't need to kiss the ring anymore. Hence the American economy comes roaring back to life and a tariff war suddenly starts.

Hard to escape noticing this kind of insane rhetoric from the (((usual characters))).


You heard that right. The fucking scum that want you imprisoned for misgendering a lunatic in a dress are suddenly shedding tears for the plight of the poor, downtrodden Chinese. tard

The most optimistic I can be is that the communist scum on both sides of the Pacific sap each other into regional governmental collapse. There would be some extremely ugly knock-on effects but either of them winning is a considerably worse outcome.

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(11-25-2018 03:11 AM)StrikeBack Wrote:  On the election day we had the choices of a few sensible tiny parties who have no chance, about 8 different flavours of communist party all paid for publicly by the PRC, and the loser opposition party. Not terribly surprising that we ended up with four more years of communism led by Comrade Andrews.

The loser opposition party did so badly that a 19 year old kid who only just got old enough to vote and is still on his learner license almost beat (votes still being counted) an old school Lib candidate in a traditionally conservative Brighton. https://www.9news.com.au/national/2018/1...-for-labor

The kid was also putting his hand up for the election in the last minute too.

Perhaps it's all too late for Australia, time to learn Chinese everyone!

The only real plus seems to be the greens have been annihilated.
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We need an Australian Trump to rise and lead us into the new era, and make Australia bonza again.

No ones gunna follow pauline, she looks like aunty sheila.
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(11-25-2018 05:18 PM)RatInTheWoods Wrote:  We need an Australian Trump to rise and lead us into the new era, and make Australia bonza again.

No ones gunna follow pauline, she looks like aunty sheila.


Unfortunately, I can not think of many established American's that could easily fill Trump's shoes offhand.
As for Trump-like Australians...?

None come to mind at all.
Although if there was someone, they'd need a fair amount of backbone & savviness to deal with the heavily entrenched Soycialist mindset of this country.
So perhaps a very charismatic former sergeant or Warrant Officer from the military could fit the bill...?
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I think things are going to get much, much worse. Just look at Peter Dutton's career after he's made some comments about reducing or being more specific about immigration.
At the moment my pick is Shorten will be a shoe in for PM next election, people will forget his role in knifing Gillard and Rudd, and the rape accusation that police didn't proceed with because there was no reasonable prospect of a conviction.
That is not saying he's guilty, but sure as shit isn't saying he's innocent.
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Barnaby Joyce gets slapped into the sin-bin over a sexual harassment allegation while Shorten has a cloud of literal rape over his head and he's still in the running for PM.

It goes to show that the Left is not engaged in politics but a cold war with no rules of engagement other than "what can you get away with". It will lead inevitably to the same old Soviet era atrocities when they no longer have to hide their true colours. The Left strives towards anarcho-tyranny where everyone against The Party can be reduced to cattle on whatever trivial accusations they decide to bring to bear, while the faithful elite can literally get away with murder in broad daylight, and in their minds they're heroes because their mythical ends justify all their depraved means, and of course those that stand against them morally deserve nothing better than slavery and/or death.

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Yes indeed, unless some big scandal comes through, the favourable money would be on Shorten unfortunately.

One can almost understand Homo-Serfs overlooking humanities poor behaviour when it comes to the historical rise & fall of 'empire' / civilization.
Too easy to forget or associate with or too easy to overlook.

However, that the Aus. electorate will forget the demented nature of the Rudd & Gillard governments from only a few years ago is ridiculous...
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Now the fat, man-hating Julia Banks has sabotaged the liberal government at the worst possible time with a "meTwo" resignation.

Its almost like she was a socialist saboteur embedded right from the start...
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(11-26-2018 07:43 PM)CynicalContrarian Wrote:  However, that the Aus. electorate will forget the demented nature of the Rudd & Gillard governments from only a few years ago is ridiculous...

Its all that free stuff, handouts and "eat the rich" promises that get the sheeple voting for them.
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(11-26-2018 11:02 PM)RatInTheWoods Wrote:  Now the fat, man-hating Julia Banks has sabotaged the liberal government at the worst possible time with a "meTwo" resignation.

Its almost like she was a socialist saboteur embedded right from the start...

Plus our cunt speaker of the house in Tasmania has gone turncoat and functionally proclaimed herself queen, tipping governance to the labor/greens on gender legislation.

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The Liberal party divide seems rather reminiscent of the established cuckservative GOP / nationalist Republican divide.
11-27-2018 06:48 PM
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If anyone is thinking of joining Leonard and hiding away in rural Tassie, reconsider. The madness is unfortunately coming there well before the big cities in Australia: https://www.austfamily.com.au/analysis_r...n_tasmania

Quote:Analysis: Redefining marriage leads to gender madness in Tasmania
POSTED BY AUSTRALIAN FAMILY COALITION 13SC ON NOVEMBER 21, 2018
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has rightly savaged a “ridiculous” move in Tasmania to make inclusion of a baby’s gender on a birth certificate an “opt-in” decision for parents.

The changes passed Tasmania’s lower house on 20 November, after rogue Liberal Speaker Sue Hickey voted with Labor and the Greens in favour of the radical changes.

The bill also allows people 16 or older to change the gender on their birth certificate simply by filling out a statutory declaration – and an amendment to Tasmania’s anti-discrimination laws, designed to ensure the "correct" use of transgender people’s names and honorifics, was also passed.

The Prime Minister, along with most of his Tasmanian Liberal colleagues, opposed the move.

“Labor’s plan to remove gender from birth certificates in Tasmania is ridiculous,” Mr Morrison tweeted.

“Bill Shorten should step up and commit to put motion to ALP Federal Conference to outlaw it.”



How did this happen?

It’s worth taking a step back to examine how an Australian state has come to vote on legislation that essentially denies the reality of gender.

Most readers would be completely unsurprised to know that the move came about as a direct result of last year’s redefinition of marriage.

Because of changes to the Marriage Act, if transgender people who had already married wanted their birth certificates changed in Tasmania, they were required to firstly divorce their partners and then re-marry after the gender change.

In mid-October, Tasmania’s Liberal Government proposed changes to legislation to remove this requirement.

The Greens then hijacked the bill, proposing radical amendments that included removal a child's gender from all future Tasmanian birth certificates.

According to the Greens proposal, gender should not be included on Tasmanian birth certificates. However, a child over 16 could have it added by making a statutory declaration. For children under 16, a statutory declaration would be required from one of the child's parents or legal guardians and the order must “express the views of the child” (whatever that means).

This seemed like total nonsense, of course – but their proposal was initially supported by the Tasmanian Labor Party.

Despite not having the support of the Tasmanian Government, the Greens amendment looked likely to pass. This is because the Government relies on the casting vote of Speaker Sue Hickey, who although Liberal, was elected to the position with Greens and Labor support and votes as an independent.

In early November, after Prime Minister Scott Morrison attacked Opposition Leader Bill Shorted over the radical nature of the federal Labor Party’s 2018 draft policy document, the Tasmanian Labor Party backed away from supporting the Greens amendment.

While this effectively killed the Greens amendment, Labor then proposed its own amendment – one that argued instead that parents should be able to decide what is written on their child’s birth certificate.

“It’s about giving parents a choice about what they see as relevant on their child’s identity document,” said Labor justice spokeswoman Ella Haddad.

In other words, Labor considers the “choice” of parents to be more important than biological reality.

The state Liberal Government continues to oppose the legislation. Attorney-General Elise Archer said the amendments are deeply flawed.

“This amended bill contains legally untested, unconsulted and highly problematic changes that we could not support,” she said in a statement.

“No other state or territory in Australia has taken the step proposed of removing gender from birth certificates,” said Attorney-General Elise Archer.

“For Tasmania to do so, in the absence of any proper consideration of the reform, exposes the state to a range of potentially serious unintended consequences.”

Feminist group Women Speak Tasmania has also raised serious concerns that men would pretend to be women to access certain spaces, such as women’s refuges.

“We are concerned the rights of women and girls to safe female-only spaces will be collateral damage in the rush to allow male transgender persons to become legally female simply by signing a declaration that they identify as female,” the group said.

Meanwhile, transgender rights groups, along with the Greens and Labor, appear to be completely ignorant of both biological reality and women’s rights.

The Tasmanian Labor Party’s justice spokeswoman, Ella Haddad, said it was a great outcome on the back of the “marriage equality” vote that wouldn’t diminish the rights of others.

And Greens leader Cassy O’Connor told parliament the changes “will make people, who we should all care about, feel happier, safer and more included”.

This legislation will now move to Tasmania’s upper house for debate and vote.

Between this sort of madness and the PRC buying up most of Tasmania already, it's no longer a safe haven.

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What's going on in Retardville is of decreasing consequence. Note that even feminists are starting to recoil at the Trans agenda lunacy, and from here on when parents are asked "what gender do you want to assign the baby" they're going to be on notice that they are part of the culture war whether they like it or not.

Hickey's self proclamation of royal status and her traitorous voting are putting people on notice that it's better to be labelled a party of misogynists than to pre-select witches, and in any case we are still ten years behind the mainland in regards to real boot-on-the-ground faggotry.

That said, don't commit to moving to Tasmania unless you're prepared to be conscripted into an RWDS.

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"there will be no effective gun control in Australia until there's a massacre in Tasmania".

turns into:

"there will be no effective male control in Australia until there's a birth certificate massacre in Tasmania"

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Does anyone know what the encryption laws both parties are eagerly legislating entail and what it means to whats left of our privacy?
I just saw a snippet on the propaganda box last night
Links would be great
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I couldn't find the right place to put it in. But if this isn't a political issue then we're all in trouble.
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(12-05-2018 05:10 PM)Bazzwaldo Wrote:  Does anyone know what the encryption laws both parties are eagerly legislating entail and what it means to whats left of our privacy?
I just saw a snippet on the propaganda box last night
Links would be great

I haven't been able to find anything much in the way of details. Just more or less the same stuff mentioned in articles about it being passed. Not terribly reassuring.Undecided
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(12-08-2018 06:26 PM)Bluey Wrote:  
(12-05-2018 05:10 PM)Bazzwaldo Wrote:  Does anyone know what the encryption laws both parties are eagerly legislating entail and what it means to whats left of our privacy?
I just saw a snippet on the propaganda box last night
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I haven't been able to find anything much in the way of details. Just more or less the same stuff mentioned in articles about it being passed. Not terribly reassuring.Undecided


No surprise if it's an authoritarian / control freak scheme.
Usual story. Create or allow a crisis to foster (terrorism).
Propose more government control as the solution. Just that the solution conveniently affects the whole populace, guilty & innocent alike...

Yet this encryption circumvention scheme seems to be a new level of daftness in the way it may force foreign tech companies to alter their products just for the Aus. gov.s benefit.

Not to mention, by announcing it publicly. Yes those inclined to engage in violent acts can no longer use key smart phone apps to send encrypted messages, lest they be caught.
Yet now they'll simply resort to other methods. Or be more surreptitious in their comments.

"Hey Hassim. Your lamb kebab recipe is in the mail."
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I know very little about encryption but seeing it from a laymans position, I thought encryption was impossible to break unless:
1) you provide the access key
2) there is a backdoor built into the encryption system
So assuming you don't give up your key and there's no such a thing as backdoor access, how could a government enforce this law?
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(11-26-2018 04:22 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  Barnaby Joyce gets slapped into the sin-bin over a sexual harassment allegation while Shorten has a cloud of literal rape over his head and he's still in the running for PM.

It goes to show that the Left is not engaged in politics but a cold war with no rules of engagement other than "what can you get away with". It will lead inevitably to the same old Soviet era atrocities when they no longer have to hide their true colours. The Left strives towards anarcho-tyranny where everyone against The Party can be reduced to cattle on whatever trivial accusations they decide to bring to bear, while the faithful elite can literally get away with murder in broad daylight, and in their minds they're heroes because their mythical ends justify all their depraved means, and of course those that stand against them morally deserve nothing better than slavery and/or death.

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(12-09-2018 01:28 AM)Bazzwaldo Wrote:  I know very little about encryption but seeing it from a laymans position, I thought encryption was impossible to break unless:
1) you provide the access key
2) there is a backdoor built into the encryption system
So assuming you don't give up your key and there's no such a thing as backdoor access, how could a government enforce this law?

That is part of it I believe.
The Aus. gov. getting specific backdoor access to encrypted apps / messaging.

Which then places the backdoors at risk of breach by third parties.
Not to mention, you'd think gov. intel agencies would already be able to backdoor information with all the holes in Intel CPU infrastructure this or Cisco routing backdoors that.

A daft message telling the bad guys not to use the system from the outset, while also essentially admitting that the gov. don't have everything they want.
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