Friday, October 14, 2016

Friday's Fulminations

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David said...

Grab the popcorn as this is going to be a hoot!

Trumplethinskin is going to sue The New York Times for libel. Suing is a tactic Trumplethinskin has used many times before, but he was always punching down, this time he is punching up and the NY Times won't go away. I am sure they would love their day in court as it will drive newspaper sales.

The NY Times would do well to follow the example of Private Eye.

We note that Mr Arkell's attitude to damages will be governed by the nature of our reply and would therefore be grateful if you would inform us what his attitude to damages would be, were he to learn that the nature of our reply is as follows: fuck off.

In its published response to the claim NY Times VP and legal counsel says the crux of a libel claim is that a person’s reputation has been damaged. With Trump's repeated boasting of sexually assaulting numerous women he has no reputation to damage.

Poor Adolf, his idol, once supported by feet of clay, has rapidly turned to dust. When last seen, Adolf was wandering the streets out outer Adelaide mumbling "Out, out, damned spot" and clutching tightly to the last of his Coronas.

Andrei said...

A moment of joy when Sergei Lavrov bests a top Clinton News Network interviewer

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

When David was last seen, he was clutching the largest pack of shit house paper you've ever seen.

He's getting ready for the election result.

David said...

Now come on Adolf, don't make shit up - it was paper towel and I told you it was to wipe away your post Nov 8 tears. That's the sort of caring thing us leftie SJWs do. :-)

However, I will be keeping some of that paper towel as I think I'll need to mop up the tears of my laughter watching The Donald wave his arms, pump his tiny fists and lash out at everyone who ever rejected his advances. The melt down will be yuuuuge and epic.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Everybody knows lefties use paper towels for toilet paper. Doesn't take long to figure out why.

Redbaiter said...

Australia's One Nation party is growing some teeth. Malcolm Roberts is excellent value with his offensive against the Global Warming scam. Another new Senator Brian Burston is worth watching. The ideas he expresses in his first speech emphasize how most of our current politicians have betrayed us.

I was born and raised in Cessnock, in the fertile hinterland of the Hunter Valley, occupied since time immemorial by the Wonnarua people, first sighted by British explorers in 1797 and settled in the 1820s by British pioneers coming up from the new colony at Sydney.

My parents were battlers, who at that time lived with three sons in a converted garage measuring six metres by three metres with no electricity, lit by a kerosene lamp, with an outhouse for a toilet. Circumstances put us there but hard work allowed us to take the opportunities offered by Australia and we moved forward, as did other Australians.

(note here Egbut, abject poverty, but no welfare, and simultaneously no crime. Just hard working moral people. You should be ashamed of the fatuously false Marxist BS you peddle)

How things have changed since the 1950s and 1960s. Back then we were poor but we knew implicitly that Australia belonged to us—though the 'us' was not at the forefront of our minds most of the time. We, the people, were casually united. Despite that Australian casualness, we were truly a nation state, with all the social benefits that flow from that rare condition.

Most states are too diverse to be gently united. Now, in Australia, ethnic and religious identities are at the forefront of politics, part of an aggressive multiculturalism. It seems that every group pride is promoted in the media and schools except ours, the nation's.

The majority of students are not supported in their Anglo-Australian identity but are made to feel guilty for supposed historical injustices committed by their ancestors. The acknowledgment of country ceremony, recited in school assemblies across Australia, finds no place of honour for the British and other European explorers and pioneers or the nation they created.

That first nation founded the Commonwealth and served the country in two world wars. Our nation is still at the heart of Australia's economy, culture and identity but is routinely dishonoured in schools and the media. Soon that injustice could be thrust into our Constitution, if the referendum on constitutional recognition succeeds.

The political establishment has abandoned the nation in favour of any minority it can find. As a result, both major parties are in long-term decline. One point nine million voters deserted the major parties in the 2016 election. Of those, 32 per cent voted for Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party—or more particularly Pauline Hanson.

They are disconnected with the lack of political choices and the worsening conditions evident in their neighbourhoods and reported in the evening news. The majority have rights too. Australians have a legitimate interest in retaining their nation's identity and the cohesion it brings.

There's lots more of such excellent stuff, and I recommend the whole speech to anyone inspired by these excerpts.

Great to see some truth entering the halls of parliament at long last after decades of Marxist lies from the likes of Howard, Turnbull, Rudd, Gillard, Bolger, Key, Clark and the rest of the progressive army.

Brian Burston is a true political warrior. There's not his like in NZ yet, but he/s he will arrive. The truth has momentum, and its coming back into fashion.

paul scott said...

The global political shift towards Nationalism, away from the spiritual pig swill of progressive social influence would have been enhanced by a Trump victory.
However if we think about the derelict evil Clinton foundation in the Presidency it may be even to our greater advantage.