Thursday, June 20, 2019

Why Hollywood is full of deviled hams

Back in the day I used to do standup and character comedy. So I would hang out with comics, actors, musos and other arty wankers. There was a lot of high-minded talk about freedom of expression, creativity and all the rest of it. But it slowly dawned on me that rather than being individualist free thinkers this crowd were generally very conformist in their political views. 

By the late nineties I'd concluded that most of the people I knew -- while being very personable individuals -- were brainwashed by political correctness and deep green mania. I used to think of the most fervent greenies as religious in their zeal and jokingly referred to them as "ferndamentalists".

Occasionally I took the piss out of them in gigs, though there was a trick to doing that. You couldn't just go "balls out". The best approach was to sandwich your subversive "right-wing" gags in between more traditional fair mocking popular culture (eg TV shows) and pollies generally. If you showed complete and consistent disdain for the Left the audience may have gone with it, but the denizens of the comedy scene sure as hell wouldn't have. You'd be marking yourself as an ideological enemy and the gigs would slowly dry up for sure.

Needless to say having to self-censor was very depressing. It was the main reason I pretty much gave up comedy, only performing very occasionally. Haven't done a gig for many years now. 

Like all sane adults stuck in a leftist dominated milieux I found the ideological conformity deeply frustrating and the strange fervour these folk had for their causes -- feminist and green ones especially -- weird and a bit unsettling. They were daft, but dark; right on the cusp between silly and sinister -- sillister, for short!


At the time I had a couple of lines on this particular subject that I wanted to try out but don't think I ever did. That's because they weren't actual jokes with strong, sure-fire punchlines, obviously a crucial ingredient in any comedy routine.

The first was to describe these sillister folk as being trapped "in the belly of the Beast -- but they think it's an indoor swimming pool." The other was about how ironic it was that they hated Christians so much. After all, their whole world view seemed to be ripped off from the Bible. "It's just like the Garden of Eden except this time the serpent is the good guy!"

The reason I cite these two observations now is that at the time I didn't actually believe they dinkum worshipped the devil (and I still don't). I just thought they were so extreme in their views that they'd done a sort of spiritual about face and Luciferian imagery was the best thing I could think of to convey the concept. 

But now, twenty years on, I realize that I was actually onto something ...

The PC Left, particularly in America, have long been virulently anti-Christian because so much of what they see as bad, wrong and oppressive (like the traditional family, gender roles, etc) is promoted by the Church. If they can destroy its power, they are that much closer to implementing their creepy totalitarian agenda.

While most of these folk are just garden variety atheists, some of them are genuine Satan worshippers. They don't advertise that fact, of course. Occult power thrives in the dark, after all. Exposure is its kryptonite ... Hell, if you thought the Lord worked in mysterious ways, you should get a load of his nemesis! The Prince of Darkness is the "father of lies" and is always dissembling.

While these deluded control freaks are found throughout the upper echelons of politics, business and other fields they are extremely powerful in Hollywood.

And their influence is obvious. So much of what the joint produces is not just atheistic, but deeply anti-Christian. Can you even think of major studio flick since, say, Ben Hur that had a clear pro-Christian theme? The only one that comes to my mind in recent years is The Passion of the Christ. And think of how controversial that was ...


As well as the anti-Christian subtext of so much popular culture in the West -- which as we all know is completely dominated by Hollywood -- there's been an overt obsession with sprucing up Old Nick's image of late.

The above doco is just one example. Think of all the dark movies and series that have come out lately in which "evil" characters are the actual protagonists; the ones the audience are meant to identify with and not the bad guys who must be defeated.


There's also heaps of occult imagery in the MSM these days: goats, pentagrams, and the like. And it's everywhere, even in Oz.

Take the new online publication tweeted above. I first saw it advertised slickly (and expensively) in a video in a city train station. I thought the goat symbol was very odd, especially for Australia. Wouldn't quolls, numbats or bilbies be the go? And how did it get the obvious loads of money behind it? If you check it out you'll see it's chockas with sleb-centric fake news. Call me a parochial puritan if you like, but I smell globalist sulfur ...

So what's going on here? Looks to me like a massive, international, long term, stealth campaign by the occult elite to instill their dark narratives in our consciousness.

The vast majority of cultural content producers aren't overt devil worshippers, of course. But they are slowly but surely being fed satanic symbolism from on high and rewarded for promoting it.

Watch the video below and tell me there isn't something seriously creepy and wrong going on -- and right under our noses!


Sunday, May 26, 2019

The climate changes but leftie elites never do

So there have been more of these bizarre climate change rallies by kids across the globe. These are creepy and wrong on so many levels.

The extent to which kids are being brainwashed with this doom-laden bollocks is sickening. And it's not just greenies terrifying their own children. The state is actively involved in this process via the education system. Not every teacher encourages their students to take part in these demos but many of them do. And they're all expected to repeat the massive lies peddled by Al Gore and his ilk.

It would be much more professional, responsible and ultimately far better for children's mental and emotional health if they were taught what all rational and sane folk have long known: that the climate is always changing, and has been for yonks.

Yes, we're probably having some influence on it but in ways that are hard to quantify. And it's just crazy to think that we can turn the planet's temperature up and down like a thermostat -- least of all by paying more for fricken electricity! 

FFS, even if warmists had a solid case their predictions should not be taught in schools. Kids should be protected from such horrifying scenarios. And the fact that it's all a yuge, global scam makes what's happening in education -- particularly in the primary and secondary levels -- even worse!

Recently I blogged about this push by warmists to turn schools into indoctrination camps. And here is some Limey activist proudly reconfirming this very point.


Oh the irony!

In a strange way this daft Brit is actually correct. This is what education looks like these days -- because it's been completely hijacked by Gaia-worshipping doomsayers. Needless to say it shouldn't be like this at all. Education should be about teaching kids how to think, not what to think.

And the fact that schoolteachers, of all people, now tell their students that the whole world is gonna fry unless they get out and wave placards about is just disgusting.

Traumatizing kids to push your own nasty political agenda is definitely child abuse. And influential activists and politicians like Adam Bandt are the most culpable. I hope they are held responsible and severely punished one day for what they have done. 

Just look at the smug little soy boy. He's pleased as punch he's got all his minions mind-controlled.


Does he believe the massive lies he's told them? Somehow, I doubt it.

If he dinkum reckons that "we're all gonna die!" because of global warming then he wouldn't be sporting such a calmly self-satisfied expression, now would he? To me, this looks much more like the face of a narcissist savouring the power he has over others.

And check out the frightbat holding the sign as she beams at the dreadlocked nature boy -- who himself appears to be grinning.

Maybe they're flirting with each other, who knows ... Whatever's actually going on it massively contradicts the sentiment expressed by her stupid sign.

Looks very much like they're just peddling this bollocks because all the other muppets around them are. But most of the kids who've been exposed to this rubbish genuinely believe what they've been told by their parents, guardians and teachers. Childhood is traumatic enough without the threat of impending global catastrophe to worry about!

I really feel sorry for them. It's very different to what I went through as a child during the Cold War. And that was a time when there was a genuine possibility that the world was gonna end ...

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Dinkum Bill is a fake narrative

Predictably many lefties have been shrieking up a storm about the Daily Telegraph correcting Bill Shorten regarding what he said about his mum on Q and A. But I was surprised when Bolta condemned the story. I think that's because he knows from personal experience how much hurt relatives of public figures can feel when their family history becomes the subject of public discussion.

I can understand that. But Bill Shorten is running for the most important job in the land and an election is only days away now. Perfectly reasonable for the media to have the blowtorch on full blast when applying it to his belly!

Also, strikes me as a bit naive that he didn't expect this treatment. He's been a public figure for many years -- not just as Opposition Leader but also as one of the top dogs in Australia's cut-throat union movement.

He called the story "gotcha shit". But was it?

I don't think so at all. The issue of character is extremely important in a PM. And while it's obvious that politics often requires a flexible relationship with the truth citizens do want to know how trustworthy and genuine a candidate is at his psychological core before casting their votes. Some pollies will dissemble or even lie only as a last resort, while others are just full-on dodgy blokes who tell massive porkies as easy as breathing.

Bill Clinton is the most extreme version I can think of in the latter category. I don't think our Bill is that far gone, but he's getting there ...

And in the way he talked about his mum the other night he was clearly being selective with the truth for political purposes. While he had publicly stated that she was a lawyer at other times, that's irrelevant. On this occasion, in front of an impressionable audience, he wove what was basically a sob story about how she missed out on her ambitions in that regard.

He then invoked that emotive narrative to cast himself as a kinda Gandhi figure who was gonna give the whole nation the opportunities that his mum was so unfairly denied. It wasn't just disingenuous but bizarre. He was talking down her achievements to big note himself!

This is clear from the transcript below and even more obvious when you watch the video.

It’s as... I’m going to finish on this point. I went to this university. The reason I went to this university is ‘cause my mum worked here for 33 years. My mum came from a working-class family. She was the first in our family in the early ‘50s to ever go to university, ever. No-one ever thought... My grandma, English grandma, she was a cleaner and a barmaid. They wouldn’t have thought we’d ever be sitting here, talking to you like this. But if my mum... And she became a teacher, but she wanted to be a lawyer, but she was the eldest in the family, so needed to take the teacher scholarship to look after the rest of the kids. My mum was a brilliant woman. She wasn’t bitter. She worked here for 35 years. But I also know that if she had had other opportunities, she could have done anything.

I can’t make it right for my mum. And she wouldn’t want me to. But my point is this – what motivates me, if you really want to know who Bill Shorten is, I can’t make it right for my mum but I can make it right for everyone else. This is a country... I don’t care who you vote for – I’d like you to vote for us – I don’t care what god you worship, I don’t care how long you’ve been here, your accent, your family, what job they do, but I reckon that if this country can just let people be as talented and as capable by giving them all the same opportunity, we won’t all be the same at the end of the day, but then nothing gonna hold this country back. When we’re equal, when we get equal opportunity, we are going to be the best country in the world, with no arrogance. That’s my leadership style.

There's no doubt about what he was communicating to the audience. Yet some of his MSM supporters were in denial. Take this "journo" here:


Okay, Shorten wasn't actively tryna cover it up. But he did make a glaring omission to make it seem that his mum never achieved her dreams so that he could cast himself as the bloke who, as PM, would help everyone else achieve theirs.

It was pretty damn bogus, no two ways about it! And the ease with which he promoted this fake narrative was a real worry. This aspect of his character is something a lot of people are waking up to, which is one of the main reasons the race has narrowed in recent weeks.


Yet this dude continued to talk Bill Shorten up, zif he's a magical uniter of old foes. But the fact that Gillard, Rudd and Keating sat together at the launch suggests something else entirely: They all know what he's really like, and they're absolutely packin' death that a big swathe of the electorate will realize this too and the election will be lost. The show of unity was a desperate attempt to stop this from happening. 


This cooperation between long time enemies Hawke and Keating is another example of just how worried they are.


Clearly, the party is desperately pushing the line that Bill is just a really lovely caring, sharing bloke who wants the best for everyone -- no fibs! And the muppets at their ABC are doing their part, pedaling this bollocks narrative with gusto. 

"Utter authenticity"? Gawd.

Does she really believe that? Seems she's being a tad disingenuous herself ... If not, well, that's just sad.

To me and I suspect a rapidly growing number of Aussies, Bill Shorten comes across as a kind of latter day Les Patterson -- though not nearly as priapic, disheveled and boozy, of course.

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Leftie ferals are making a truly crappy omelette

Leftist radicals of the sixties and seventies claimed that their main motivation was pacifism. But they were actually hell-bent on promoting communism.

Their conservative opponents often accused them of being OTT and violent. In response to this, one of their favourite phrases was: "If you wanna make an omelette, you've gotta crack a few eggs!"

Fast forward to 2019. The more things change, etc ... Only this time, the protestors are not being metaphorical.

There was that idiot who egged Fraser Anning, and now some stupid girl has gone and done the same thing to ScoMo. Maybe she's tryna make some feminist statement, and strike a blow for gender egg-quality or something. But all she's done is show how unhinged, incoherent and violent the Left have become.


At this stage it also seems likely that she's aligned to the animal rights movement. If that's the case then her gooey stunt was even more of a sad yolk.

Hell, if she wants better treatment for "non-human persons" including chickens then she's definitely gone about it the wrong way. Throwing an egg at someone in the name of animal rights is like a human rights advocate using a small child as a weapon to beat an opponent.

As well as this incident, there have been many other truly nasty acts committed by greenies and lefties. They even killed a dog apparently! And it's just been reported that a hollowed out book with a turd in it has been left at Tony Abbott's electoral office. It included a note that read "unpopular".

Gawd. And they're tryna make him look bad? Whatever Tony Abbott has done in his life, both politically and personally, there's no way he ever did anything as repugnant as leaving a poo in a box at the office of an enemy.

But of course the hateful lefties can't see the irony. They're pushing the narrative that Abbott is such a noxious character that he provokes this kind of reaction in otherwise reasonable people. But that will only work with primitive idiots like themselves. And they would be supporting Zali Steggall or other leftie candidates anyway.

This is truly desperate stuff. I suspect it will backfire on them big-time. But if it actually does the opposite and helps lower his vote on election day then this country is in a far more dire situation than I thought.

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Zali Steggall campaign: top-down directive makes volunteers camera shy

Earlier today I had an interesting experience that I think said something about the way Zali Steggall's campaign is being run. There's a lot of talk about her links to Getup and how she's a kind of cat's paw for globalist forces who peddle warmist bollocks. I had a brief interchange with one of her supporters that seemed to confirm this narrative.

There's a bit of context to it so please bear with me as I fill that in:

See, as well as this blog, I have another one which is not to do with politics or current affairs at all. Basically, it's just a way for me to share photos of interesting landmarks, buildings, and statues in and around Sydney. I have a YouTube channel for it as well.

Now, today I had planned to make a quick video of the Lady of Commerce statue out the front of the Royal Exchange building at 56 Pitt Street. Even did a bit of research so I could include some interesting facts in my narration.

On my way there I made this short video of the Department of Lands building:


Anyhoo, a coupla minutes after doing that I got to the corner of Pitt and Bridge Sts and was surprised to see a bunch of election campaign placards out the front of 56 Pitt St as well as volunteers from the various parties handing out how to vote pamphlets, etc. They occupied the pavement in front of the statue, which put the kibosh on my original plan to do a little video about the statue itself. 

Curious about why they were there weeks before election day I started talking to a Liberal Party volunteer. He told me that this was a polling place for early voting. I joked that I was one of the few conservatives in the inner west before taking one of his pamphlets and walking off.

I didn't want to waste a visit, though, and considered making a video for my more politically themed YouTube channel. During the state election recently I got this video just to give people a sense of the scene at the Newtown polling place. I was toying with the idea of doing another one like that, but decided to opt for a couple of shots instead.

I was keen to incorporate the Lady of Commerce statue because of the link between business and politics. Then I could add a smartarse caption like: "If Zali Steggall wins Warringah, let's hope she's as good for business as the grand old lady behind her. Something tells me she won't be!" (Haw, haw.)


And for this one: "ScoMo spotted at the 'top end of town'. Hmm. Maybe Bill was right after all?" (Thinking emoji.)


I was shuffling around for a few minutes tryna get these shots right. So I understand how it might have looked a little bit suss to the volunteers.

Anyhoo, while I was standing there looking at the photos I had taken one of the Steggall volunteers came up to me and strikes up a convo about the statue. Then he segues into the subject of the campaign itself and mentions that photos of the volunteers were not allowed.

I hadn't taken any photos specifically of the people there at all, and had no intention of doing so. I reassured him of that and said they might just end up as tiny figures in the background.

Then he told me that they'd had some trouble with Tony Abbott supporters and that the boss (whoever that was -- doubt it was Ms Steggall herself) had ordered that no photos of volunteers could be taken (or words to that effect). 

I'm not quite sure what that meant. And was that something that could even be enforced? I suspect things have been getting pretty full-on in Warringah of late and the team was worried about being identified and subsequently doxxed.

In any case it struck me as pretty OTT. And BTW this is not so much a criticism of the dude who told me. He was polite and didn't seem like some jumped up narcissist throwing his weight around. He genuinely seemed to be passing on a directive from someone above him.

I told him I wouldn't be doing anything like that. To which he replied, "Well you don't look like a Tony Abbott supporter ..." This was a reference to my scruffy appearance, no doubt. I'm not exactly a Hugo Boss model on the best of days but today I prolly resembled Grizzly Adams after a three day bender. I nodded and laughed as if to agree.

I could sense he was still a tad suspicious, so I reassured him again. I said: "Don't worry, I'm just here taking photos of statues and buildings for my blog ..."

Then he walked away suddenly saying: "That doesn't sound like ..." He cut himself off in mid-sentence as he strode off so I can't be exactly sure what he meant, but what I think happened was that he concluded that I was dissembling about my reasons for being there, and that I had actually lobbed as some sorta clandestine operative for the eeevil Lord Abbott!

Quite frankly this pissed me off.

Yes I'm a conservative, and I'd prefer ScoMo over Shorten for sure. I also hope Tony wins Warringah though I'll have no effect on that result at all because I'm not in his electorate.

But I really was just there by chance, with no political motivation at all. And I'm definitely not part of any psyop for the Abbott campaign.

If that dude hadn't come up to me to suss out why I was there and -- seemingly -- disbelieved my reasons I would have just made this a general post about the impending election, with the shots and captions included above.

But now it's specifically about Zali Steggall's campaign and how it's being run.

I mean, FFS, telling your volunteers that they can't be photographed at polling places (which implies the right to deny photographers their rights to take them) seems pretty OTT and authoritarian, dunnit?

I know that the stakes are very high this election -- particularly in Warringah -- so I can understand that volunteers for all parties might be more than a tad on edge. But what I thought was interesting was that it was the Steggall volunteer who approached me, not any of the others.

Hell, there was a Greens dude there and he didn't seem perturbed. And this is the kind of behaviour you'd think would be more likely to come from them than any other party, right? 

If what this guy said about being told by "the boss" that they "couldn't be photographed" was dinkum it sounds like a pretty authoritarian operation. This is at odds with Ms Steggall's repeated claims to be "independent" and seems to confirm that there's a big, bossy machine behind her calling the shots.

Now I know this is a pretty long post about something quite minor. Maybe I'm reading way too much into it. 

Also, several weeks ago I was physically attacked in the street by a fricken lunatic who thought I was taking shots of him, and not the charming old cafe he was sitting in, so I do have a bit of an issue when people start telling me -- however subtly -- what I can and can't photograph in a public place. Maybe I haven't yet achieved closure over that and it's clouding my thinking, I dunno ...

Still, the episode struck me as very odd and somewhat significant given the context. Hence the post.

What do you reckon? 

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Falun Dafa (Falun Gong) demonstration at Customs House

I was in the library at Customs House last Wednesday, and upon leaving the building late in the afternoon I was surprised to see a demonstration occurring outside. There were scores of people there to raise awareness of Falun Dafa (better known as Falun Gong).

This a multi-faceted spiritual practice that involves quigong. Its philosophy is focused on the need for truthfulness, compassion and forbearance. Sadly, the Chinese Government perceives this popular and benign movement to be a serious threat.


So, scores of local Falun Gong practitioners were holding a group meditation session. It was meant to give a sense of the movement's peaceful nature.



As protests go, it was so much more restrained and dignified than any of the shouty, lefty demos I've witnessed. Proves that you can make your point very effectively if you do it calmly.


The date of the event was significant. It marked the 20th anniversary of a peaceful appeal for fair treatment in Beijing. Since then things have only gotten worse. The government has been viciously oppressing the group, with many members imprisoned and killed. There have been horror stories of them performing organ harvesting on live victims as well.

But events like this do raise international awareness about the issue which in turn builds pressure on China. Hopefully in time that nation will halt its appalling treatment of these peaceful people.

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

"Easter worshippers" is another creepy PC term

Many people noticed the bizarre response to the horrific Sri Lanka attacks from many high profile Democrats and their supporters. Instead of describing the victims accurately as Christians, they called them "Easter worshippers".

You often see politically correct terms like this being used these days. They are clearly part of a wider leftist effort to diminish the power and influence of Christianity. (There's a great book on this subject by David Horowitz, BTW. He's a former leftist radical so he knows all about just how mean and crazy these scumbag zealots actually are. It's called Dark Agenda.)

As with so much behaviour from the PC Left it was sinister in several ways. There was the robotic replication of the phrase in nearly simultaneous tweets, for example. It's as if they had all actually received a memo telling them to use that particular phrase. And that was almost certainly the case.

If you've been following the whole Q phenomenon you'll know how the Deep State sends out preferred talking points to politicians and fake news outlets like CNN before dawn. That's why you see so many similar MSM stories appearing at the same time, sometimes with near identical headlines. (One of the popular recent targets has been the Q "conspiracy theory" itself, with scores of hit pieces claiming it had been debunked when the opposite is clearly the case.)

This spate of "Easter worshippers" tweets from several Democrats including Obama and Hillary was another example of that, or something very similar.


Now, a lot of people think that big name "liberals" will use a term like this because they can't bring themselves to say "Christian" and that it's an unconscious omission, kinda like a Freudian slip. Well, I'm sure they find saying or writing it unpleasant. But I suspect they are fully aware of what they are doing when they choose to use a replacement term like this. And they know how offensive it is to Christians themselves. That's exactly why they do it, IMO.

I suspect this is also why Hillary said in the tweet that she was "praying" for the victims. She has long purported to worship God. But if rumours are true this is a facade not unlike her marriage to Bill. It seems she "bats for the other side" in more ways than one ...

These are deeply mean-spirited people. They are into gaslighting. They do this because they find it pleasurable. It can also be highly demoralizing to their opponents.

I don't think it's nearly as effective in this regard as it used to be, however. That's because gaslighting as a form of soul destruction only works if you have total control of the narrative that your target audience believes.

Then you can rename -- or flat out omit to mention -- a particular faith or specific belief and leave its followers confused as to why that would be the case. Without an alternative explanation, these people would think maybe they were the ones who were going mad.

But that is definitely not the case these days. The MSM has lost much of its credibility in the eyes of most Americans and even many Aussies. Other, more reliable sources of news are now online and being shared like crazy on social media. The truth will set you free, as the biblical saying goes. It also fills you with confidence borne of conviction.

So, cruel little touches like saying "Easter worshippers" no longer have the same power to unsettle, confuse and thereby erode the faith of believers. They actually do the opposite.

We are all onto these disgusting people and their sick mind games. Their psychological power over all of us -- atheists such as myself included -- is waning inexorably.

The murderous hatred that motivated the Sri Lanka attacks continues, sadly. But the fact that the globalist PC Left gets less mileage out of them is certainly a heartening development.