Month: September 2015

Shark ‘Expert’ Says Culling not the Solution

The shameless and rampant manner in which the main stream media finds politically motivated university ‘professors’ to quote in their stories needs more attention.

This time, I’ll at least respect the fact that Dr Neff appears to actually have done some mildly relevant research on the topic when he says the following:

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Gillard the ‘Victim’ Yet Again

Julia Gillard starts off by empathising with Tony Abbott:

‘I do have an understanding of what Tony Abbott is going through it is a very difficult thing you are very bruised and battered’, she said.

‘You don’t realise how intellectually and physically exhausted you are until you stop’.

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Hollande – Only Months Left to Save the World From Climate Change

French President Francois Hollande is the latest leader to smoke from the UN climate change pipe:

I tell you here, and I tell you plainly – if it is not (a deal) in Paris, it will be too late. It will be too late for the world,’ Hollande said in an address to the UN General Assembly. 

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China Joins UN Climate Change Feel Good Party

According to and Federal Opposition environment spokesman Mark Butler, China has made a ‘spectacular move’ in terms of its climate change policy – and Australia should be following suit… or else.

Before we join them in getting down on our knees and praising China, let’s expose this for the complete dog’s droppings it really is.

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Hungry? Have Some Internet

Something tells me I’ve read more of the 17 ‘goals’ and 169 ‘targets’ in the UN’s ‘Sustainable Development Goals’ than Mark Zuckerberg, Bill and Melinda Gates, the folks over at Sky News and the dimwits at the UN who drafted them (possibly all put together).

In the race to seem good, the following pledge has come hot on the heels of the UN’s latest agenda:

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What Has Julie Bishop Signed?

Julie Bishop has endorsed new global development goals that aim to reduce poverty over the next 15 years.

Any time I see our politicians agreeing to a UN ‘agenda’, I get very suspicious. In this case, Australia has signed up to the UN’s ‘Sustainable Development Goals’, replete with 17 goals and 169 targets. That’s right, 169.

You would think that we would get some detail of what we’ve agreed to. Not so. Instead, Sky News thought it would be better to provide us with a sound bite instead:

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SMH Thinks Labor Stopped the Boats

Andrew Bolt points us to an article of Nicole Hasham’s in the Sydney Morning Herald, which audaciously tries to argue that Labor were the ones who really stopped the boats. Here is the graph they rely on:

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Judge Recommended for Sanction

‘Taboo’ judge’s ban from sex cases

The wheels of justice have turned slowly and only partially so far for this judicial disgrace:

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VW Crisis Apparently Means We’re All Doomed

You can always rely on to come out with a scare story. This time it’s all about the VW scandal and how it will be a ‘crisis worse than Greece’. Here’s the grab from the site’s main page – which typically doesn’t quite match the substance of the story:


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No Need for Border Protection Minister on Turnbull’s Security Council

Can anybody tell me why Peter Dutton, the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, whose ministry is in charge of a government operation called ‘Operation Sovereign Borders‘ has been removed from the government’s national security council by Turnbull?

I’m all ears…