Monday 26th of January 2015

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there goes the knighhood ....

there goes the knighthood ....

In his new book titled "Dangerous Allies," Malcolm Fraser, the former prime minister of Australia worries that the Canberra's dependence on the United States will eventually bring the nation into a direct conflict with China. His words echo those of Georgetown University professor Amitai Etzioni in an article he wrote for the Diplomat on Jan. 20.

always there to be an object of ridicule, like a toxic toad...

sir dick...

Some of Prime Minister Tony Abbott's most senior colleagues are bewildered, angered and dismayed by his decision to award an Australian knighthood to Prince Philip.

Prince Philip and former Defence Force chief Angus Houston were named Australia's newest knights today, under an honours system reinstated by Mr Abbott last year.

lights...

lights

It's about 120 years since the birth of a lot of technological advancement in the history of humanity. There had been some mighty science development before this time but it was quite limited in its application. 120 years ago, the invention of the steam engine and that of the combustion engine were supplemented by the broad usage of electricity. 

As well, about 120 years ago, the new science of "climate change" was first being studied with proper mathematical models.

invasion day .....

invasion day .....

If there is ever a day that I don’t feel Australian, it would be on Australia Day.

My mother is a fifth-generation Australian of English and Irish heritage and my father is Munanjahli and an Australian-born South Sea Islander.

je suis Raif .....

je suis Raif ....

Statement by a former Labour Leader on the death of a brutal dictator… breathtaking …

team awstrayla ....

team awstrayla .....

bending bananas in queensland...

bending bananas

Jones says 'nice to hear' from Newman and 'sidekick' Seeney

On his show this morning Jones acknowledged he had received the statement of claim.

"stick wiv me..." said the turd to the shoe...

toxic

"Stick with me, Abbott pleads" is the headline of the Sydney Morning Herald on this glorious global warming day of the 23rd of January in the godly graceful year of 2015...

 

It's barely 8:30 (summer time) in the morning and the temperature is already above long-term MAXIMUM average. With the BoM, and the various news outlet, it's hard to know. The SMH posts 27 on its mast head, with a maximum of 28 — the ABC posts 25.9 with a maximum of 30, while the weather chart of the SMH shows it's 25.3 with a maximum of 29...

eating your young .....

eating your young ,,,,,

When people say they have no politics, it means that their politics aligns with the status quo. None of us are unbiased, none removed from the question of power.

seriously down-under .....

You might think life here in America is expensive. But it turns out that when compared to the rest of the world, the U.S. doesn't even make the list of the 20 most expensive countries to live in.

an entitlement called privilege .....

an entitlement called privilege .....

America is the most unequal country in the developed world. We also pay the lowest taxes among all developed nations. Is there a connection?

JFK to 911: Everything is a Rich Man's Trick …..

 Everything is a Rich Man's Trick …..

Francis Richard Conolly's well-reasoned documentary chronicles the rise of the moneyed elite and the means employed to control history and undermine democratic institutions since WWI. It is a long film - three and half hours - and worth every minute.

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