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. 

Sunday, April 21, 2019

Lefties prefer an ignorant electorate

Lefties are forever quacking on about how they want freedom for humanity. But that, like most of what they say, is total bollocks. They want everything centralized so that they can control it. And they want the whole population to subscribe to the same narratives that they dictate. Socialism is clearly an authoritarian, top down system.

Being such control freaks, they are deeply unsettled when the plebs think for themselves and start questioning the "official narrative" that they've been given. Look at what's happening in the USA, with the mainstream media and their humongous two year long porky about Trump and collusion with Russia.

Millions of people across America and the globe are realizing that the MSM are just pumping out titanic lies all the time. They're sharing dissenting views on social media, so the lefties who own these platforms are desperately trying to stifle that process by flat out punting prominent nationalists, conservatives and the like -- or at least inhibiting their reach.

Of course there's heaps of other evidence that the Left prefers dummies and dupes to thinking voters. And here's a local example. It's just a tweet, but I thought it was quite revealing.


Below is the tweep's profile. Clearly your typical "feelings over facts" lefty.


I really don't think she's being tongue in cheek with that tweet. Shorten (whom she calls "Bill") has had a horror week, being unable to answer questions about how a Labor government would fund its promises, among other things.

Rather than expressing the wish that the Labor leader would get his arse into gear and have some facts at the ready for the next press pack attack, she basically says she hopes that ill-informed and disengaged voters will be calmed by his "honest eyes" and still vote for him!

Now, saying that Shorten's utterly empty eyes look honest is bad enough. But hoping that they'll convince ignorant, apathetic people to vote for him is just plain desperate. 

Yet this kind of thinking is par for the course with the Left. They try to appeal to the lowest common denominator and get over the line that way. And whenever they are in power they try to dumb the electorate down even more! No wonder they are all for compulsory voting. Means a good whack of those participating aren't interested in the issues and are only doing it because they have to. 

It's also why the Greens in particular keep pushing for the voting age to be lowered. We all know that the younger you are, the less you know about the world and the way it works. Whippersnappers are much easier to con with crazy talk about climate catastrophe and all the rest. And the Greens are absolutely shameless in doing just that!

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

The Project should win an award for PC propaganda

Pretty obvious that the entire MSM here is captured by cultural Marxists. They relentlessly push the PC line on all issues, while purporting to be fair and balanced.

It's depressing to see it in the ABC -- even more so in the commercial media. You would hope that market forces would prevail. But they don't. That's because all the big media companies lean left. Perhaps the most reality-based is News Ltd. But even that's chockas with right-on muppets. It just has a few righties to even things up a bit.

Whole landscape is like big tech. It's a collective monopoly type situation. TV is prolly the worst in this regard. The big free to air channels Nine, Ten and Seven have such power, influence and reach built up over many decades that they can afford to inflict this toxic cant on us and it won't hit their bottom line hard enough to mean they have to accept other narratives.

So, sadly, political correctness runs right through the MSM. And surely one of the most seriously infected programs is The Project. It's gotta be the dumbest, ugliest show on the teev for sure!

Even the name creeps me out: "The Project." Makes it sound like a sinister deep state psyop or something; an experiment in brainwashing the yoof by utilizing vapid twats peddling PC talking points.

The sleb-soaked sneerfest proclaims itself to be "news delivered differently". Sod off! Fake news delivered smugly, more like. Whole vibe of the show is creepy and wrong.


FFS, fakery fills every fricken pixel! Even their "spontaneous" mischief reeks of self-consciousness and insincerity. It's meant to seem down to earth and self-effacing. But any sane person can tell they're elitist poseurs peddling a malignant agenda.


Correction: self-love.

You look at these vapid twats and think why the hell are they so pleased with themselves? They're not there because of skill or merit. Their fame -- and therefore their implied authority -- is entirely conditional. They have to keep peddling the narrative that's given to them, or be punted if they don't.

Like when it comes to issues like domestic violence ...


Hamish MacDonald earnestly trots out the "all men are to blame" bollocks. And he calls himself a journalist?

No way. Like so many of them now he's just an activist. If he were interested in the truth he'd say: "Wait on, that's a crock. If some arsehole beats his wife all men aren't to blame. He is!"

He'd start asking questions of those pushing such an obvious lie. Instead, he obediently repeats it himself.

And it's echoed by zombie viewers on the next level down.


Latest campaign the show's sinister sleb-bots are pushing is that the Barry Award should be changed to something that doesn't have "transphobic" connotations.

The whole transgender thing is part of something much bigger. It's like the "Islamophobia" lie that demonizes anyone who makes pointed criticisms of Islam. Sliming people as "transphobic" for simply pointing out the bleedin' obvious is clearly designed to intimidate and confuse the normies and thereby weaken society's foundations even more than they are already.

And renaming an award that echoes the legacy of an Australian cultural icon is akin to knocking down a statue of Captain Cook -- though on a much smaller, milder scale of course. 


Look at this chubby muppet quacking on about love, safety and inclusiveness. Oh, FFS!

And he's supposed to be the show's resident comedian? He obviously didn't get the memo. He's supposed to tell jokes -- not be one.

Whoopsy! My bad ... He did get a memo, and that's what he's reading out above. If he has any of his own thoughts, which I doubt, he knows better than to express them. In PC TV Land wrongthink is verboten -- The Narrative Is All!

As we all know, the PC Left are lying all the time. It's all they can do. Their whole worldview is a massive, reeking pile o' porkies, after all. And they have to relentlessly inflict these falsehoods on the rest of us to try and make them come true.

So if they say that this "doesn't have to be seen as a slap to Barry Humphries" that is exactly what it is.

And it's quite obvious why this is the case. Humphries has long been a prime target for cultural Marxists. He is a tall poppy, and one of the few conservatives with cultural power in Oz, after all. So for them this is a twofer, really.

And The Project is their tool box -- sorry, box of tools -- for conning the masses.

But more and more people are waking up now. You've really gotta wonder how long they can keep this creepy clown show going. The whole con has to fall apart eventually, surely ...

Monday, April 15, 2019

I spy with my little eye ... lots of other eyes!

I mentioned in a previous post that I'd been seeing heaps of occult symbolism, specifically eye symbols everywhere. So I've included some below.

But just to clarify: I'm not claiming that all those who produce these images are in on the global conspiracy and are consciously creating them to brainwash the masses for their eeevil overlords. What I believe is that these symbols have been seeded into the culture from on high over many years.

If you start to look into this whole subject with an open mind you'll realize that the New World Order really is a thing and secret societies are a big part of it. Without a doubt many powerful people at the "top of the pyramid" have long been using popular culture as a way to "preemptively program" the masses.

It's like with the fashion industry. Normies are led to believe that fashions in clothing, hairstyles etc rise organically, bottom up, from the people themselves. But it's actually the other way around. Taste makers plan everything in advance and decide what the fashions for the year will be. Then they roll them out as if as if it was some sort of democratic, popularity-based process.

Another analogy: Even though there's been a sustained, massive campaign on many fronts to erase Christianity in Australia and other countries, its symbolism is still pervasive and powerful. We all know what a cross represents. And even if you're not religious you more than likely use the phrase "Oh my God!" to express shock.

That's because of the residual power of the church having seeded the culture with its imagery in the West over centuries.

That's what's going on here, though kinda in reverse. The Illuminati don't openly control society like the Church did. They just pull strings from the shadows. And they're making sure that we're all primed for when they do get to, er, come out of their dark mansions, so to speak.

With this in mind here are some examples of eye imagery that I didn't even look for. I just went through photos I'd been taking and selected some that included it.


Got this CCTV sign in Petersham subway. Just a reminder that "Big Brother" is watching. (Interesting that it's the title of a reality TV show that's been running for many years.)


Saw this in Broadway Shopping Centre. Government funded festival.


This is part of what covers the scaffolding around a construction site in the city. I think it's a print of Reg Mombassa's work.


This is from another construction site. It was chockas with occult imagery. I'll write a whole post about it when I have time.


Street art in Newtown.  


Street art in Petersham.


Street art in Newtown.

Interesting that it shows a pop star, Keshia. The music industry is absolutely chockas with this kind of stuff.

Every A-list rock star has flashed the Illuminati eye on occasion. It seems to be a prerequisite for stardom. Hell, even living legends like Paul McCartney are known to, er, "genuflect" in this way

The rabbit hole is deep, people. And the all-seeing eye is everywhere ...

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Signs of the globalist elites' agenda are everywhere

It's been amazing to watch the American mainstream media shamelessly, relentlessly push the "Russian collusion" hoax for two years in an effort to destroy POTUS. Now that they have been totally exposed by Robert Mueller's official conclusion that there was "nothin' to see here, folks" their credibility is in tatters.

When you realize how brazenly these scumbags lied about this, you wonder about all the other stuff they're "reporting" on. Surely many of the narratives that these yugely powerful corporations have been pushing for decades are dodgy as all get out, if not entirely false.

Having come to this realization, I'm becoming more and more convinced that conspiracy theories about the New World Order and specifically the Illuminati actually have a lot of truth to them. It feels weird to have come to that conclusion because even a year ago I would have said these ideas were total bollocks and anyone who believed them needed to take his tin-foil hat off!

But since I've become a newbie "truther" I've been seeing signs and symbols that seem to reflect this agenda all over the place.

Take the eye symbol. This is of course synonymous with the Illuminati.

You should, er, keep an eye out for it. You'll see it in heaps of public art -- also in advertising. Take this display for a recent show.  


On the other side is an ad for another one, Body Worlds, which also has a creepy NWO vibe to it. Remember that the control freaks at the top of the pyramid have the ultimate goal of enslaving humanity in a fascist globalist state.

To achieve that, they have to indoctrinate everyone with the belief that human beings are nothin' special -- that the soul doesn't really exist. This is why they hate Christianity with a passion and they're such zealous advocates of abortion, among other things.

Displaying actual flayed human corpses to the public -- kids included -- seems to be part of this process. Sure, they say it's about demystifying humanity. But it's also dehumanizing, surely.

Now I'm not saying that all those involved in these shows are secret society members, or even aware of this agenda. But it's interesting that such projects get funded, right? They must be massively expensive to produce. Only heavy hitters could get them up and running.

It's like with Hollywood productions. The A-list producers and agents decide which movie projects get the big money. It's well established that Tinseltown is chockas with Illuminati freaks. And no wonder. It's the "dream factory" -- the place where narratives are created, and for the entire world.

Similar process here, I reckon. 

Monday, April 8, 2019

To PC lefties everything's political ... and nothing is

We all know that PC lefties lie all the time. They just can't help themselves. Also, if they didn't do this, they would never have achieved the power and influence they have so far. 

The ultimate goal for these sad, desperate creeps is control of others -- the more the better. And while they all share this affliction greenies are the worst. Pretty clear that they are "watermelons" -- green on the outside and red underneath!

While radical cultural Marxists do sometimes resort to violence (eg Antifa) they prefer not to. Why use biffo when you can achieve the same ends through stealth? It's worked a treat for them so far. They've been subverting institutions for ages, and now control many of them outright.

Just look at the universities. Free speech, and therefore free thought, is verboten at most of them now. And they have pretty much become petri-dishes for mental illnesses that can be weaponized for even more audacious power grabs down the track.

Not only are PC lefties always lying about their true intentions, they're doing it on many fronts simultaneously. They politicize absolutely everything! It's a tactic well summarized by the feminist phrase "the personal is political".

Among other things, this is to keep us all in a state of confusion and insecurity. If the masses are distracted, radical changes can be implemented bit by bit without them noticing.

In their relentless effort to deceive, and ultimately control, the population, cultural Marxists will go to the opposite extreme as well. They'll claim that what they're doing is not political at all.


This tweet is a perfect example. The ASRC is claiming, and with a straight face, that "getting loud online" and thereby "creating a choir for change" is actually a way of moving beyond politics!

Yeah, suuure!

Ultimately the ASRC is a highly political organization. Underneath all its fine talk, it's clearly supportive of the erosion of sovereignty. That's because sovereignty is one of the main foundations of nationalism, which international socialism is desperately trying to erase. But the ASRC masks this goal with a whole lot of touchy-feely, huggy-wuggy bollocks about compassion, tolerance, and all the rest of it.

And here's another example of deceitful language: "radical empathy".


The verbose tweet above is a convoluted way of saying: "You should all get political with us! We can all get shouty and demonize the wider culture by claiming it's riven with racism, sexism, homophobia, etc."

Doing this is just sooo important to these right-on influencers and their ilk. That's because once they've got the main societal foundations crumbling, they're much easier to destroy completely. And once that's done, a global top down socialist regime can replace it. In fact it has to replace it because the only other alternative is chaos. 

That is always the end game for the PC crowd. But they can't actually come out and say that because the whole idea is so repugnant to sane adults. So they use terms like "radical empathy" which makes it sound like they're noble and selfless.

It's a term that someone like Sarah Hanson Young would happily use -- if she doesn't already. But remember what she said when over a thousand asylum seekers drowned as a direct result of policies she supported: "Accidents happen."

No empathy at all ...

Don't believe anything these people say even for a minute. Keep watching them with a critical eye and sooner or later it'll become clear what they're really after.

Saturday, April 6, 2019

Political correctness is a thought blocker

Pretty obvious that socialists love to control people. Not only do they get off on it, their whole ideology requires it. It's a top down system, after all.

They've got this crazy idea that they can create a utopia by bossing people around. If you've got your thinking cap on, you'll immediately realize that this is just not gonna work. You'll also look at leftism's gruesome history of failure. The further left you go, the higher the body count.

Why anyone would subscribe to any kind of Marxism -- particularly the cultural kind -- is incomprehensible to any sane, rational, thoughtful person.

And that's the key to its, er, appeal -- for want of a better word. You'd only subscribe to it if you're not actually thinking.

Which is how this "mind virus" infects, and ultimately converts people. It installs a set of rigid dogmas to do with race, gender, sexuality, the environment and other things in the brain, associating powerful negative emotions with any deviation from them. This is political correctness, and it's a self-replicating system.

Once a person's mind has been captured, individual thought about these subjects is pretty much impossible. This is why PC lefties are so spectacularly hypocritical. It's not just that they are self-centred and therefore unwilling to hold themselves up to the standards they demand of others (and we can all be guilty of that, let's face it!). It's also because they aren't thinking.  They are just obeying.

Take ABC airhead Juanita Phillips.


Seeing that her fellow traveller Zali Steggall was copping a shellacking on Twitter, she tweeted a dopey defence. Clearly the criticism was of Ms Steggall's hypocrisy, not simply her choice of vehicle. Sane adults such as Christine Forster were pointing out the so-called independent's refusal to walk -- or rather, drive -- her talk on environmental issues.

But Juanita just completely ignored the wider context. Her PC programming left her incapable of doing this, and so she went straight to the "woman as victim" defence -- another major component of cultural Marxism.

Here's another example. Recently Tim Soutphommasane tweeted on the subject of Ita Buttrose becoming ABC Chair. He sternly reminded her of the need to follow the ABC Charter when it came to ethnic diversity. 

I took a screenshot of that, and made a criticism of Tim and his selective interpretation of this document. He got wind of it, and clearly didn't understand the point I was making ... because he wasn't thinking.

Ironically he thought that's what my problem was!


He just couldn't see that I was making a point about the narrow focus of PC types like Tim himself. They see "diversity" only in terms of identity, not ideas. And the ABC Charter requires balanced reporting (ie diversity of views).

Would Tim want more righties in our -- sorry, his -- ABC? No way. That was my point.

He basically cherry picked an aspect of the charter to castigate Ita, but ignored the wider context. This is what PC does to you: It renders you incapable of thinking for yourself. All you can do is follow orders, and give them.

Sad! 

Saturday, March 30, 2019

Emmo marches to a different drum

We all know that employees and fervent supporters of their ABC are possessed by the collective delusion that only they can see the true workings of the world and it is their noble duty to enlighten all the poor, credulous rubes who have been duped by the likes of the eeevil Lord Rupert and his minions. You can see this silly subtext in most of its shows, but nowhere is it clearer than in its flagship lunar wankfest The Drum.

Every episode is a sanctimonious right-on circle jerk featuring some of the most daft and deluded cockwombles in the entire southern hemisphere. They routinely sit there bloviating in a manner that is way beyond self-satire. It's fricken hilarious and sooo predictable.

Best of all, the panelists' brainfarts are captured in tweet form. A high proportion of these summaries are nuggets of pure comedy gold, and even when they're not they give crystal clear insights into the parallel mental universe inhabited by the show's child-brained “experts”.

Take this offering from Dr Craig Emerson.


Any sane, rational adult can tell that Trump is bang on the money regarding this issue. There is an entire system structured to deliver fake news and get rid of him. It's called the mainstream media, which is pretty much the PR arm of the Democrat Party (and, until recently, a big chunk of the Republican Party as well).

These corrupt, lying scumbags are compromised and controlled by the deep state, who have been using them as puppets for decades and getting away with it. Trump poses an existential threat to this putrid coalition of Swamp rats, which is why they've been telling the most insane and ridiculous lies about him the whole time, totally trashing the MSM's credibility in the process.

Most people figured that out pretty early on. But now, after two years of the "Collusion Delusion", it's bleedin' obvious to all but the most rusted on Democrat bitter ender.

Then there's the false narrative surrounding “QAnon”. We haven't heard much about it here yet. But in the USA the fake news machine is desperately trying to portray the phenomenon as a deranged conspiracy theory. It's anything but.

Just the fact that not one so-called journalist from the MSM has asked POTUS whether Q is dinkum shows they're not at all interested in the truth. They are all clearly determined to push lies about Trump and those who support him in a relentless effort to bring him down.

Yet poor Emmo can't see these obvious patterns of behaviour, let alone join the dots.

He applies his child-brained interpretation to local issues too. With a straight face he implies that Pauline Hanson has her tin-foil hat on when she says that people in the mainstream media and political establishment are conspiring against her.

“There will be people who agree” he says, aghast. Um, yeah, that's because it's obviously true!

FFS, what a muppet.

Friday, March 22, 2019

Father Rod Bower is having a "Funeral for Coal"

Oh. My. Gawd. Father Flog is having a "funeral for coal"!

Will the poor deceased lump be cremated, I wonder? That would be a faux pas, eh? Saying "ashes to ashes" would be too ...

Sadly for Rod Bower coal won't cark it. But his silly stunt will surely kill satire stone dead. Black comedy or what!


Apart from the general idiocy of this clerical clown show, why is it coal that deserves the funeral? You only conduct a mourning ceremony over someone or something that you cared about, right?

Didn't think this through, did ol' God's Rod. But then, PC lefties never do. It's all about the feels, and in Father Bower's case, mining as much publicity as possible from the child-brained lefties who dominate our MSM. So asinine, and stuck in their emotive ways are these fossil fools ...

Also, as some have pointed out on Twitter, performing this faux ceremony cheapens the whole idea of a funeral, dunnit? And remember, as a priest Father Rod is qualified to officiate at them. 

In future what will families who had him administer the last rites to their loved ones think when they learn that he did the same for a fricken lump of coal?

Not a good look from a man with The Good Book ... 

But given he is so determined to trivialize the rites and rituals of his own Anglican faith, I reckon a baptism would've been the go -- though obviously not a "baptism of fire".

He could blissfully announce, say, the virgin birth of solar power, then give it his most holy blessing. Would be far more optimistic and positive than what he's gonna do now.

Better still, no props required! Dude reckons the sun shines out of his arse, after all.

Monday, March 18, 2019

Samantha Dunn was wise to leave the narcissistic, toxic Greens

A Greens MP in Melbourne called Samantha Dunn has quit the party, citing her reasons in a long Facebook post. Interestingly, she specifically uses the term narcissism. From having known a few greenies over the years that's exactly the word I'd use too.

While some suffer from the classic individual personality disorder, it's more of a collective version of it with these far left types. They have built up this utterly false narrative about the world and their role in it, and they use everyone around them as fodder to keep it going inside their tiny minds.


From the Facebook post itself:

Instead the Greens are distracted by populism, self interest, power, ego, narcissism, megalomania, appealing to narrowcast demographics and virtue signalling while exercising that old war strategy of divide and conquer.

I can no longer stand by and witness continued institutionalised victim blaming. I have seen people broken by this outdated and brutal organisational response, it is inhumane, driven by political expedience, and it will be at the long term peril of the Greens.

At a recent Greens meeting I saw people being vilified, experienced unsafe behaviours and had to endure the typical dose of toxic behaviours that are all too prevalent in the Greens. All of this by people in leading positions. It is a snapshot of what is wrong. There is an inability of the party to reinforce positive culture, to address conflict or to even be polite to each other.


Gawd. That is one scary picture she paints.

It's like the casual nastiness that deep green lefties display constantly on Twitter stays with them in real life -- even during interactions with their peers. Who'da thunk it?

Just reinforces what I concluded a long time ago: The further left you go, the more miserable people get. They are so driven by hatred, envy and the lust for power that they can't even be nice to each other!

And they say that the world will be some kind of utopia when they're in charge globally? FFS!


Gonna be really interesting to see how Crown Jules fares in his new role as Victorian Greens candidate.

He certainly has the requisite massive ego and delusions of grandeur. But he seems quite a genteel ol' dude; not vicious enough to cut it in that slithering viper's den.

I think he might bail before too long. What do you reckon?

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Climate Strike turnout shows that indoctrination has replaced education

By now pretty much anyone with a functioning brain, and who can use it to do just a little bit of independent thinking, can see what utter bollocks the whole climate change religion is. FFS, even if the most extreme measures are adopted in this country and we cease all fossil fuel use immediately, the effect we'll have on global temperatures is damn near zilch!

But still the globalist socialists press on with their ginormous lies. They're just sooo important to their ultimate plans to control the masses in as many ways as possible.

And the way they've been targeting kids is creepy as all get out. The whole AGW religion is drummed into students from primary school onward. They must be instilling such terror in so many young minds! What a cruel thing to do.

And remember that many of these same people are self-described atheists who say that Christianity is child abuse because it uses the fear of eternal damnation to scare kids into following its rules. But isn't this exactly what the warmists themselves are doing? They are just using predictions of a hell on Earth instead.

The various climate strikes that have been going on across the globe are the most obvious example of this despicable exploitation and manipulation of children. There's no way known that kids themselves could dream up and organize these events. Yet the activists behind them and their dutiful fellow travellers in the media push the bogus narrative that these are organic happenings initiated by students themselves.


Some of them, like Dee here, frame the subject as a free speech issue. Typically dishonest, and dumb. 

Firstly, the kids are not expressing their own deeply felt beliefs, in opposition to what they've been taught. They're just regurgitating what's been drummed into them in class as well as pretty much everywhere else through the MSM.

Many teachers are of course active participants in these demos. And even if they aren't, few of them seem to have made any effort to stop the students from attending. That's because most of them have been indoctrinated as well. And if they remain skeptical about the impending global catastrophe due to "carbon emissions" they're scared of being outed as "climate deniers".

Then there's the fact that many of the students attending the "Climate Strike" are just totes stoked to have time off from classes. I can remember when I was a whippersnapper myself, and how much fun it was to go out on an excursion. Being an obedient little goody-goody, I never actually wagged school. But boy did I ever want to!

This is an ideal outlet for all that youthful energy. They are encouraged to get out there, yell and scream their lungs out, and feel really important about it too. Hell, they might even end up on the telly! What's not to like?


And the deep green lefties pushing the whole psyop are over the moon about it too. Nothing they want more than to turn the yoof against the oldsters. The younger they can get hold of them psychologically, the better.

These wretched, empty souls have no real inner life. So they live to wreak havoc on everyone else's.

They're immensely pleased to see the extent to which their absurd, apocalyptic narrative about the environment has been implanted into the minds of so many young folk.

Many brainwashed kids are now, in a sense, theirs for life. And don't they know it! They'll be sure to get the most value out of them they possibly can as the years go on.

The malignant, controlling creeps will also take what they've learned from this process and apply it to other fronts in their sinister war on Western Civilization.

How the hell did we let things get so crazy? We've really gotta stop these loathsome freaks from carrying out their global agenda.

It's already madness. But it's only the start.

Sunday, March 10, 2019

The savage hypocrisy of privileged white male feminists

There's been a helluva lot of interest in conspiracy theories of late and that's sure to increase locally as a result of the banning of David Icke. Needless to say, leftie types tend to think of them as a deplorable, conservative phenomenon. Start questioning the official line on, say, vaccines and they sneer: "Get your tin foil hat off, mate. You're a paranoid RWNJ!"

That cracks me up because lefties are just as given to "out there" speculation as righties. Take the Russia collusion narrative. That is just total BS from start to finish. Yet they've been running with it hard for two years now. Then there's the biggest conspiracy theory of them all: PC feminism.

Sadly, squillions of sour, swivel-eyed "sisters" insist that men in general and white men in particular have managed to oppress women as a group globally for all of recorded, er, herstory -- cunningly convincing them to "participate in their own oppression" via institutions such as marriage while simultaneously being Neanderthal, drooling thugs who wouldn't know shit from blackberry jam.

It makes no sense at all and annoys the crap out of any sane and reasonable bloke. Independent-minded women have had a gutful of it too. Yet if you quiz this batshit theory's most zealous proponents and say "Well, who exactly are the members of this patriarchy then?" they are stumped. They roll their eyes and claim that "it's not an actual network; it's a cultural system" or some such bollocks.

Eh? But how can such a system operate in the real world if not through individuals? They say that I am a beneficiary of this system. Well, I'm a real person with a name. So what are the names of those above me with so much power and privilege that they can toss a little my way merely because I, like them, am a "pale, stale male"?

It's a perfectly reasonable question but they can never even start to answer it. And it gets even sillier ...

Yes, feminists have long been arcing up about men's only clubs (while simultaneously demanding safe spaces for women, the hypocrites) but they routinely cut massive slack for pallid dudes who are the clubs' fully paid up, card carrying members if they dutifully mouth their right-on claptrap, promoting gender quotas and the like.


Surely heaps of feminist chicks -- particularly in their ABC and other love media outlets -- would have known about Julian Burnside's membership of that notorious Melbourne meeting point for misogynists. But because he was an ideological ally they kept mum, letting him portray himself as a sincere, principled believer in their definition of gender equality.

A man of "social justice"? Pffft. "Savage; just us", more like ...

If he hadn't thrown his hat in the ring politically by joining the Greens, necessitating a more comprehensive level of media scrutiny, nothing would have changed. Feminist "journalists" wouldn't have called him out on it and he would have happily kept on patronising the Savage Club like he always did.

But it's heartening to know ol' Julian Blindside has finally had to look at himself in the mirror square on, acted decisively and suffered at least one unpleasant consequence as a result of his years of sanctimonious virtue signalling.

As we all know, walking your talk requires "balls". Now that's he's actually grown a pair he leaves ... an all-male club! How funny is that?

But I shouldn't be too harsh on Burnside alone. Hypocrisy loves company, of course.

Which is why I was curious about which other high-profile bolshie bobos might lob there to chin wag with other fake egalitarians, sneer at the have-nots they pretend to give a rat's about, and indulge in other smug elitist shit that keeps 'em feeling so spesh. 

First guess? Radio National's fox hunting poseur Jonathan Green. So I go to his Twitter profile and what's the very first thing I see? This tweet!


FFS, they are sooo predictable, aren't they?

Not only is he a pompous arsehat -- just listen to him for even ten seconds and you'll be sure of that -- he's an utterly humungous fake on the gender politics front. In a way he's worse than Crown Jules, IMHO.

He spends his days dutifully peddling his faux compassion at Australia's cultural Marxist HQ, oft condemning others for their wrongthink. Yet he is the very definition of a privileged white male -- the cause of all the world's ills according to his own asinine ideology.

But he refuses to offer his gig to a member of an oppressed minority group -- surely the, er, left thing to do in this case. (And it could be a win-win if he did. Bound to be plenty of, say, black chicks who could run rings around him in many ways.)

Then, after all that, he has the gall to "cut the cheese" in that tweet. Not just a whiff of hypocrisy -- a full-on, fetid stench!

But back to the Savage Club specifically, and how it relates to conspiracy theories of the more traditional, right-wing kind.


Turns out the original one is in London, and has long-been associated with Freemasonry.

In 1882, King Edward VII, then the Prince of Wales attended a dinner in his honor at The Savage Club. It was the Prince who suggested that a masonic lodge should be formed and associated with the club. In December of 1886 The Savage Club Lodge No. 28 was granted their warrant and the lodge was consecrated in January of 1887. The Savage Club and the lodge are no longer associated with each other. Although the tendency for a lodge member to be involved in one of the areas of art, drama, law, literature, music or science still remains, it is not due to any membership requirement set by the lodge. The Savage Club and the lodge still hold regular joint events with each other.

As anyone who's ventured down even a few "rabbit holes' of late will know, these secretive dudes have been up to all kinds of tricky shit for centuries.

It's so apt that this dinkum, bricks and mortar boys' club in Melbourne is a favoured meeting place for stupendous fakes who peddle the massive myth of an unseen global one (the patriarchy) for their own benefit, cynically exploiting the "woke" women around them in the process. 

Really, chickybabes, can't you see how long this has been going on, and how these arseholes are using you, laughing at you behind your backs all the while?

Wake up, feminists, FFS, before it's too late.

Sunday, February 24, 2019

The banning of David Icke was OTT and sinister

You may have heard that the hugely popular and controversial British conspiracy theorist David Icke had his visa cancelled just before he was ready to come to Australia on a multi-city speaking tour. The decision seemed very suss for many reasons including the fact that he's been here several times before without any problems at all.

But the reason given was that -- among other nasty things -- he's a Holocaust denier and anti-Semite. Well even if he is I think the better approach is to let him speak and then show what bollocks he's spouting with facts and evidence. 

That said, from what I can tell he's neither of those things. And I'm not the only one who believes this.

I'm no expert on the guy. I've only recently discovered him and have watched several videos in which he expounds his theories. I'm also half-way through one of his early books and it's actually really interesting. He's a thoughtful and sincere dude with a fascinating life journey who does a lot of research. 

I can understand why he's been given those labels, though. Like many conspiracy theorists he talks about the centuries long campaign for totalitarian control of the entire world by various powerful families, some of them banking elites. The most well known of these are of course the Rothschilds, who are Jewish. But he also includes other bloodlines across the globe. Many of these are not Jewish. 

Anyhoo, does demonizing one or even many powerful Jewish families mean you hate the entire ethno-religious group? Hardly.

That kind of false argument is what you often get from feminists, BTW. Point out how crazy and toxic their beliefs are these days and frightbats will point and shriek "misogynist!". What a load of bollocks. Feminists don't represent women generally any more than I represent feminists. Think I represent feminists?

Then there's the fact that claims about his so-called "Holocaust denial" go way back to 1995. So why did they let him into Australia several times after that? 

He also concedes that something catastrophic happened to Jews in World War Two. You can see him do it in this interview on Studio Ten. The panel pushed him to use the word Holocaust and he seemed reluctant to do so.

Okay, I can understand people being somewhat perturbed by that. But that's Holocaust prevarication, reinterpretation, or skepticism, maybe ... It's not flat out denial. And that doesn't sound quite as eeevil, does it?


So, the angle that he's some kinda David Irving character just doesn't hold up IMHO. And here's another illustration of that: Google searches will tend to give you a sense of what a public figure's focus is. Type in "David Irving" then add "h" and the drop down menu will supply "Holocaust". Do that with David Icke and you get "hologram".

Which of course makes perfect sense. One of his main theories is that we are all part of a multi-dimensional show engineered by some awesomely powerful and mysterious force. It's like when Princess Leia says "Help me Obi Wan Kenobi" in Star Wars, but on an infinitely grander scale.

It's much more accurate to call him a "hologram believer" than a "Holocaust denier", surely!

And that is a pretty out there concept, of course. He has plenty of them, not least of which is the idea that the bloodlines mentioned before are actually evil shape-shifting reptilian aliens! Now, I can't go with that stuff. But you gotta admit it's very intriguing, and entertaining. (In fact, when I first heard he was banned here I thought it was the Greens who'd demanded this on the grounds of exo-xenophobia -- hell, what if those aliens were seeking asylum on Earth? -- as well as herpetophobia.)

And his critics cite this theory as evidence that he's crazy. Which begs another question: If true, why do they find him such a threat? Nutbars are easy to debunk. Wouldn't you just jump at the chance?

This YouTube video shows a respected Beeb journo Andrew Neil and a couple of other high profile Limeys politely try to do just that. They actually find it much more of a challenge than they expected.

And crazies only appeal to other crazies, right? What genuine threat could a buncha loons ranting about lizard aliens possibly constitute to our democracy, or its citizens?

The incoherence of the OTT reaction stands out like canine testicles. They're saying he's dangerous and mean, but also a barking mad old Pom who believes we're run by fricken reptiles from outer space?

You can't have it both ways, woke-folk! Wouldn't the reasonable reaction be to put him in the harmless eccentric category and not worry about him. Hell, there are plenty of those ...

It's pretty clear that the Govt has decided to ban him to flex its muscles, so to speak. But really, it's just advertised its cowardice. There are genuinely anti-Semitic Muslims who are literal hate-preachers and activists who still get into the country. But if they target one of them they'd have the love media throwing tanties about Islamophobia, so they are generally careful not to.

And if they were genuine about combating the scourge of anti-Semitism they should look closely at the British Labour Party. It's well known that it is now chockas with fervent Jew-haters and many long time members are leaving as a result.

Surely there's a much stronger argument for banning Jeremy Corbyn et al. They have way more power to influence the masses than barmy ol' Dave!

And it's not like similar demands have not been made before. Remember the push to ban POTUS from entering the UK because he hurt so many Limey lefties' fee-fees? And there'll no doubt be massive tantrum-chucking from the usual suspects when he decides to lob in Canberra, prolly later this year.

Anyhoo, by outlawing David Icke's entry, and having their MSM muppets run the same bogus angle, whoever made the daft decision has made him waaay more famous here than he was before. And in the minds of many who are already aware of him his conspiracy theories just became a whole lot more credible.

Well done, bozos!

UPDATE: More thoughts here.

Friday, February 15, 2019

What kind of culture practises infanticide?

The late great Andrew Breitbart once famously said "politics is downstream from culture". I think that is a brilliant insight. It explains so much that seems totally inexplicable if you just look at things ideologically. And remember that culture is often deeply irrational and goes way back in time.

I think that the Democrats' long term support for abortion and now even infanticide is a very good illustration of this concept. 

My first thought when I heard about these sickening bills being proposed in Virginia and other states was that this was part of a long term strategy predicated on the expectation that Judge Kavanaugh was gonna push for Roe vs Wade to be revisited and abortion law to be completely reversed.

With this in mind, the Dems were pushing the envelop as far as possible so that anti-abortion legislators would have more to undo. They saw this as a war of attrition and they were determined to gain as much ground as possible in the time they had. 

I think that's part of it, but then I looked at the wider context. Remember that abortion is an absolutely massive money spinner in America. Planned Parenthood is constantly selling body parts from aborted fetuses on the black market. This sinister organization, founded by known racist eugenicist and Hillary idol Margaret Sanger, donates massive amounts of money to the Democrats.

This is one of the main reasons that crazy Nancy Pelosi, Chuckles Schumer and all the rest of them are so hell bent on stopping the wall being built. They want a porous border so that illegal aliens can enter the country easily en masse and ultimately vote for them. There's a lot of human trafficking that occurs and of course that entails young women (many who are only teenagers) getting pregnant and needing abortions in the USA.

So, the chaos results in a good outcome for them: more electoral support as well as increased funding from the ghoulish trade in human body parts.


It really makes you wonder how people could be this cynical. And getting back to Breitbart's maxim: What kind of culture could produce this? I think the best description is that it is one that sees people as things; mere objects to be exploited by the rich and powerful. It's a culture of commodification of humanity.

And as with so many aspects of culture, it seems to have religious roots. In this case it obviously didn't come from Christianity, since that faith affirms the dignity of the individual person, and many Christians are zealously pro-life. Babylonian Moloch-worship seems to be the ultimate historical force behind this culture.

It's totally bizarre but nonetheless true that many rich and powerful people in the West have been secret members of this and similar anti-Christian religions, cults and secret societies. This has gone on quietly in the shadows for centuries, and now more and more people are waking up to the fact that many of the so-called "great and the good" in Washington in particular got there through allegiance to one or more of these shadowy groups.

If people are skeptical about this they should look into subjects like Bohemian Grove. At this secluded location in California the nation's leaders regularly congregate and get up to some really weird rituals including mock (some say dinkum) sacrifices. Alex Jones snuck in there one time and managed to film one happening. Freaky as all get out.

Remember that way back when Moloch worshippers didn't have to hide they practised child sacrifice openly ... It's widely accepted that contemporary Christian celebrations such as Easter have pagan roots. So why would it be impossible that widespread beliefs and political positions such as being "pro-choice" are entirely ideological and have no cultural and ultimately religious components?

Sure, drawing such links may seem OTT if you just look at the traditional pro-choice position, which holds that killing a fetus is no biggie if done early on in the pregnancy. But these recent late-term bills advocate the killing of actual babies, even outside the womb!

What kind of a person thinks that is okay? Someone gripped by something deep, dark and sinister, that's who ... And they manage to tell themselves they support a humane position when it's clearly the opposite by flat-out avoiding the moral ramifications of their barbaric belief.

Watch this Tucker Carlson interview with a supporter of these bills. He simply asks what she feels about the idea of killing newborn babies (which is exactly what they entail). The way she responds is revealing. She hasn't just been indoctrinated with an ideology. It's deeper than that. It's like she's been brainwashed by some weird cult. That's because, in a way, she has ...