New report finds Mehreen Faruqi free to renounce her Australian citizenship and fuck off back to Pakistan

A new report has recommended Mehreen Faruqi should give up her Australian citizenship and fuck off back to Pakistan as “no-one wants the subversive bitch here.”

The report found Faruqi, who has claimed that she should not have to relinquish her foreign citizenship to serve as a member of parliament, to be one of a number of MP’s white-anting Australian society from her position and should be sent home immediately.

“She’d have the shit kicked out of her and potentially honour-killed for suggesting the reverse in Pakistan. She’s just another one of these cosmopolitan, globalist tossbags that refuses to jettison her cultural baggage and just sees Australia as a selfish economic opportunity rather than a society she has a duty to,” Dr Mark McGrath of the Why the Fuck Did You Come Here In The First Place Then Institute, said.

“I’m sure she’s already looking at ways to import the Pakistani Grooming Gangs that have been so successful in the UK to Australia.”

Faruqi fired back at the report.

“We’ve seen how successful dual American-Israeli citizenship has been for members of congress in the US. Like Lidia, I don’t want to be fully committed to Australia but I still want you to give me your money,” Faruqi told the Australian Senate.

“It’s also severely hampering my ability to buy further investment properties back in Pakistan, so I can stand up for Greens’ voters concerned about housing affordability in Australia.”

The report also recommended her deadbeat, inbred race-baiting son Osman Faruqi be deported, but Fairfax objected on the grounds that it needed Osman to find a way to blame falling property prices on ‘white people being racist.’

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Stewie

Nothing to see – just the Guardian giving airing to some parasitic immigrant fantasizing about the extinction of white people.

I can’t wait for their follow up on Storm Front contributors and a world free of Muslims, Jews and Africans:

https://www.theguardian.com/books/2022/aug/03/the-last-white-man-by-mohsin-hamid-review-a-hypnotic-race-fable?

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Agent 47

Yes I saw that. Dirty fucking Paki moves to white country because he wouldn’t improve his third world shithole and proceeds to tell the hosts how they should die out.

But, the usual question of which jewish publishing house is giving him a platform is all you need to ask.

JimsCentralBanking

Just send these twerps to live in a spicy Islamic Theocracy for a few months. That will fix them if it doesn’t kill them.

Stewie

The twerp in this case has already fled a spicy Islamic Theocracy or at least his family has.

Highly endogamous and culturally aggressive population groups have no business migrating en mass to our nations – that is called invasion, which we know that it is because that is why we’re not allowed to say it.

Agent 47

This

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Stewie

Every. Single. Time.

Stewie

A horror story in the Atlantic when you come to realise that the true meaning of the word diversity is to Africanize and Muslimify the entire world, essentially turning all our nations into South Africa:

“Over the decade I lived in South Africa, I became fascinated by this white minority, particularly its members who considered themselves progressive. They reminded me of my liberal peers in America, who had an apparently self-assured enthusiasm about the coming of a so-called majority-minority nation. As with white South Africans who had celebrated the end of apartheid, their enthusiasm often belied, just beneath the surface, a striking degree of fear, bewilderment, disillusionment, and dread.”

https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2022/07/south-africa-apartheid-white-afrikaners-the-inheritors/670554/

I imagine the increasing sense of sadness among the intellectual and liberal classes of South Africa, the equivalent of the likes of DLS and DrSmithy, and all the rest of their proudly ignorant non-racist boomers who post comments over there, is from gradually waking up to what they have done.

Their ideals about human nature, the blank slate, the existence of population group IQ differences, differences in proclivities to violence violence – they were all entirely wrong.

But being wrong in power use to mean you just triggered a recession – instead these arrogant fuckwits being wrong means that they permanently destroyed their nations, not only for today and in their life times, but forever, in all future lifetimes. The resulting toxic demographics will be with us for all eternity.

They should be sad. They had been entrusted with the precious inheritance of countless generations hard work to create heaven on earth for our children – and they have given it all away to satisfying their programed guilt.

Cultist liberal progressives are destroying our societies forever to satisfy their own moral conceits.

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Agent 47

For my 2 cents, as a proudly still unjabbed Austalian, it seems to be a personality trait thing more than level of intelligence. I base this off my observations of the type of people that gave in to the jab/mandates etc the last two years.

Some people a lot smarter than me here and at MB, but they have no psychological or spiritual intelligence/courage. They will never acknowledge they are wrong about multicult and the great replacement, much like they will never admit they were wrong about the vaccines and COVID.

I think some of them do realise the predicament they are in on both fronts, but the fear of being wrong in front of their peers and the fear of introspection prevents them from admitting it.

That’s just my opinion, take that for what it’s worth.

LSWCHP

Anyone who devoted a few minutes of thought to being jabbed would end up with concerns about the speed of development, the untried mRNA delivery mechanism and the lack of long term safety data (to name a few salient points) and decide “Yeah. Nah. No Fucking Way”.

That’s what I did, and I was utterly astonished how almost everybody else I know sucked up the lies and rolled up their sleeves.

I can’t begin to describe how much respect I’ve lost for so many people who I thought were sensible and cautious.

My partner was forced into 3 jabs to remain in employment (the fucking bastards) but she told all her team last week that if they require another one they’ll have to sack her. She just got over her dose of Covid, so her disillusionment and anger with the vaccines and the powers-that-be is palpable.

Reus's Large MEMBER

Bear in mind that a 100 IQ is the average and the bell curve drops off pretty quickly on both sides, being that 100 is only just being able to walk and chew gum at the same time, it is hardly surprising that so many were hoodwinked into the jabs, especially given the concerted fear and lies campaign at the time from all angles.

T

Yeah it was just stunning. For my money, the best thing the vaxx showed was who had courage for real, and who the imposters were.

Used to think I had a pretty good group around me, and while largely correct, a number of folks I thought pretty highly off… well not so much anymore hey.

Jam

I’m in agreement fwiw with all these comments.

I’m unvaxxed and am blown away by the ignorance of the juicers. Fucking bedwetters. Whilst some berate me for my solid stance others I know are somewhat a little envious that I have made and stuck to that position.

It’s no conspiracy the jobs do sfa . So why take a medication that has no or little benefit to me or those around me. This is the definition of stupidity. The money wasted ..

My mum also unvaxxed caught the spicy cough, she faired fine and she has multiple health issues. Her mother who lives with her , didn’t catch it living in same house and also unvaxxed.

Aussie Soy Boy

Get fucked if she’s had three she’s going to get fourth. A lot of people talked a tough game when mandates came in but almost all of them bent the knee.

LSWCHP

Not this time. Maybe if she hadn’t caught the plague, but she did, so she now (finally) agrees with me that they’re worthless at best and terribly harmful at worst.

Helping her along with this decision is that fact that one of her colleagues, a fit woman in her early forties, had a stroke out of the blue, followed by a heart attack followed by death shortly after getting the booster jab a few months ago. The completely unexpected death of someone she knew well is thought provoking shit. She put herself in the dead woman’s shoes, and it really changed her thinking.

The so-called vaccines do nothing to prevent the disease, while killing people, sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly. That’s the truth of it.

Aussie Soy Boy

Good for her then if she’s going to stand her ground.

Agent 47

100% correlates with my experience.

Plenty of types in my circle bragged that they weren’t going to take the jab and then folded at the slightest bit of pressure. Then proceeded to try to bully the rest of us, that I won’t forget.

Some of these same people have had a 4th already. Just fkn retarded. Way I see it is the problem will resolve itself in the coming years.

A fly in your ointment

Common cultural trait: be noisy in opposition to anything then baulk in at the last minute ’cause “its the right thing to do, moyte”… then assault the rest who remain in opposition.

Don’t look at jabbadabba only, it’s everywhere.
howdya think the hypocrisy of those that oppose hetero views demanding to be institutionalised through hetero institution like marriage – got its support?

LSWCHP

My previous employer threatened to sack me if I didn’t get vaxxed. This, after 30 years of loyal service. It turns out they didn’t really know me at all. I told them to bring it on, and being a bunch of weak cunts, they immediately backed away, waving their hands and avoiding my gaze.

Nothing in this world is going to get me to let them (whoever “them” is) put that shit into me.

A fly in your ointment

as much as them being the profanity of the choice is accurate description, the only thing that saved you was them being uninformed and weak. probably could not be bothered.
3 of us being sacked, 2 of us wrestled redundancy, 1 got the FairWork case of unfair dismissal.
fast forward, FairWork threatened the guy for liability on “frivolous claim” if he was to proceed with the unfair dismissal due to no jab. the cunts owed him one week of salary to have him dismissed for no reason – still went for sacking.
No Jab was allowed by FairWork to be treated as a case of gross misconduct (failure to follow a reasonable instruction), on par with grand theft and subject to a summary dismissal on the spot.

so… you dodged a bullet simply because they did not know how to pull the trigger on a cooked gun at your temple.

the democracy model we cherish so much is nothing but a thick smoke screen. One is always in breach of some law in Aus, simply by a mere existence and the “protections” we think we enjoy is simply a good PR.
If required, ==everyone== can be punished on some ground every single day one takes a breath and the fact this does not occur on daily basis is the fear factor as examples make other comply. It is scary to a point that it feels like living in Stepford (Wives) once the comfort of sleepiness is disturbed by seeing the things for what they are.

They Live
1988,
John Carpenter.

Peachy

Nothing in this world is going to get me to let them (whoever “them” is) put that shit into me.

sounds like you’re pretty safe from monkeypox too, then!

emusplatt

“previous employer” ….so you left anyhow…bet they’re still wondering why

Stewie

Stumbled across Helen Andrews in this thread and have since fallen down many rabbit holes.

https://twitter.com/herandrews/status/1555254256176865280

Worth a follow.

Gruppenführer Mark

Wow, that certainly was a thread with ideas different from what I expected. Many thanks.

Roger Dodger

FWIW, that Twitter thread can be read here for those (like me) lacking a Twatter account.

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LSWCHP

Thanks for that. Twitter banned me until I deleted a tweet a few years. LoL.

I am not subject to coercion. The tweet remains undeleted and I remain Teitterless, and the better for it.

harry

Well this is a surprise. They were creaming themselves that it was gonna be a yt suprmcist.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11096409/Suspect-arrested-serial-killing-FOUR-Muslim-men-Albuquerque.html

Agent 47

ABC journos on suicide watch.

What’s the bet they arrived as part of the Afghan ‘refugees’ Biden brought in.

LSWCHP

Jeez, I’d love to watch a bunch of those smug, self-righteous fools commit suicide. What a great gig that would be!

Stewie

Of course if you dare criticize. the big brained intellectual will cite it being just like the Catholics and the Protestants. The difference is, we were building a nation from scratch at that time our and our nations have since become our own. That historical enmity was forgotten as they BECAME us.

Why the fuck are we re-importing the same problem again into our now established and stable societies, especially under the auspices of MultiCult where they will be encouraged to carry their cultural baggage with them forever into our future?

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Agent 47

Yep

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T

good times…

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JimsCentralBanking

That guy is responsible for some of the most stupid cartoons I’ve ever seen.

A fly in your ointment

I wonder why he’s missed the “See Aye Hey”

LSWCHP

I’ve always been a fan of the Nazi uniforms.

A fly in your ointment

it’s a Boss or Armani or sumtin like that.
a designer piece

Yep, Hugo Boss

Roger Dickings

You can buy repro SS uniforms on chinese E-commerce sites, but you’d have to watch the sizing ‘cos it’s based on their own Goblin Leprechaun physiques.

Gruppenführer Mark

Speaking of Peak Stupid

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-11081757/Watch-emoji-corporate-usage-emojis-land-hot-water-work.html

“The slightly smiling face emoji indicated ‘general positivity’ for 39 per cent of people, while 14 per cent of respondents found it ‘denoted deep exasperation or distrust” – and other fine examples of why our civilization is doomed, doomed, I tells ya!

Freddy

Some commentators had a theory that the recent lockdowns in China had nothing at all to do with Covid, nothing to do with social control, and that they were in fact trying to stop the spread of a far more deadly virus. Well…

Langya virus. The virus is in the Henipavirus family. Case fatality rates range between 40 and 75 per cent

Langya Virus: What we know about Langya, the new virus detected in China | Explainer (9news.com.au)

And just to be controversial. How many of you that were against lockdowns would permit the spread of a virus that could potentially wipe out a big chunk of the population?

Does this site have a poll option?

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Reus's Large MEMBER

Given our complete inability to prevent whuflu from spreading, if that has a high R number then there is no point, may as well start prepping empty mines to dump the bodies in, repaint a few D12’s black and call them Hearse Dozers ….

emusplatt

komatsu 575… matte black or hi gloss??

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imR7SnAzYTs

Reus's Large MEMBER

Hi gloss the “remains” wash off easier …

Agent 47

So is this one before or after Monkeypox? Losing track of what killer disease I need to be afraid of and put my life on hold for this week.

Freddy

You are still free to visit those brothels and catch whatever you like. Although if your friends are as homophobic and ignorant as the people on here you could have some explaining to do if you eventually catch Monkey Pox.

Agent 47

Fags are degenerate and disproportionately kiddy fiddling filth, that much I can agree with the Muslims on.

You only posted this because you’re salty that you caved and took the jab. You can’t undo it. Deal with it.

Aussie Soy Boy

Since the poofterpox became a thing, I didn’t realise just how filthy and degenerate these people were.

The story I posted last week of an obviously educated man in some high level position for an NGO claiming to be let down by the system because he caught the clap and poofterpox after having sex with multiple men over the course of a weekend and didn’t get enough support afterwards so he says. Obviously unprotected sex too either he or his partners. I think they can get the clap up their bums too. Filthy disgusting people.

Instead of this educated person in his late 30’s sitting down and reevaluating where his life went wrong to be in this position with open sores on his face from eating infected bums, he’s instead blaming the health system.

robert2013

Homophobic perhaps, ignorant not so much.

Jam

It must of been the toilet seat honey

Aussie Soy Boy

95% of people with poofterpox are poofters and the other 5% are closet cases or the female partners/children of closet cases.

Something like 35% of poofs with pooftepox have HIV too.

Freddy

The point you seem to be missing is that much like chickenpox is not considered a sexually transmitted disease, neither is monkeypox. The gay community thing will be a very short term phenomenon.

Peachy

much like chickenpox is not considered a sexually transmitted disease, neither is monkeypox. The gay community thing will be a very short term phenomenon

I will take the under on that, Freddy. It seems to me likely that the classification of monkey pox as not sexually transmitted is a case of political correctness/wokeness.

it would take too many incredible coincidences to yield the result that 90%+ of monkeypox cases – in multiple countries, mind! – are guys who like buttseks with other guys.

Freddy

The lesions are only localised in 10% of cases. It is not a Herpes type infection. It is more like chickenpox with lesions elsewhere in the body in 90% of cases.

I contracted chickenpox in my 30s after a visit to a physiotherapist. I alerted the physiotherapist as soon as I knew and was told they contracted at same time. That probably means the bench and/or physiotherapists hands were not sterile. Let that sink in.

Peachy

That probably means the bench and/or physiotherapists hands were not sterile. Let that sink in.

exactly.

If it were anything like that, there’d be no way it’d be almost entirely contained within the gay men population.

bjw678

And just to be controversial. How many of you that were against lockdowns would permit the spread of a virus that could potentially wipe out a big chunk of the population?

The question is not if you would permit, but how much would you do to stop it, and can you even stop it at all without closing down far more than was done for the wuflu(which we clearly didn’t stop).

bjw678

And also if a virus with that sort of fatality rate and anything remotely near covids infectiousness gets out that will be TEOTWAWKI no matter what they do to try to control it.

Peachy

TEOTWAWKI no matter what

i am not in favour of tit-whacking!

Peachy

The question is not if you would permit, but how much would you do to stop it, and can you even stop it at all without closing down far more than was done for the wuflu(which we clearly didn’t stop)

ah, bjw injects the sense!

obviously something with even a 10% fatality rate (ie about 100 times worse than covids) has a rather different cost-benefit attached to it.

as bjw says, the bigger issue becomes not “what you try” but “will anything even work”? …possibly permanent border closure? For ingress of goods as well as people?

wind turbines all round the coast to mince all migratory birds.

under-sea hypersonic lasers for fishes and marine mammals.

and face masks. Paper Surgical face masks!

Freddy

has a rather different cost-benefit attached to it

Are you saying that you are actually not a staunch Libertarian that would let any virus into the country at any cost for the sake of maintaining civil liberties?

Peachy

Are you saying that you are actually not a staunch Libertarian that would let any virus into the country at any cost for the sake of maintaining civil liberties?

maybe I’m particularly dull today, but I’m not following the premise of yiur question (/accusation).

not letting the virus into the country IS consistent with maintaining civil liberties inside the country.

the EZFKA morons did the precise opposite with covid – they sat on their hands long enough to import the virus, THEN decimated civil liberties. Notwithstanding that Covid risks are relatively minor.
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note also that I’m mooting a model where we restrict ingress, not egress. Anyone would be free to leave….

note also also that I then poke some ridicule at the mooted model, because it would likely be impractical

Freddy

Stopping Australian citizens from entering the country is also a violation of civil liberties.

Peachy

Stopping Australian citizens from entering the country is also a violation of civil liberties.

If that’s what you mean – yes, sure.

there are millions of examples where peoples interests – or even “rights” – conflict and some kind of practical compromise is made. This is but one of them.

none of them are cost-free.

We’ve been over this. even letting some people drive cars violates others’ rights to be able to move around without the risk of getting hit by a car…

in this example, the EZFKA citizens freedom to leave the zone (which, being outside the zone, they have previously exercised) is necessarily attended by the risk of later not being able to return to the zone, for a multitude of reasons.

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bjw678

If you want to have a sensible discussion how about you answer what level of restrictions are you happy to live the rest of your life with?
Because if you aren’t going to maintain them for the rest of your life you get all the pain for no actual benefit as we know what happens when the restrictions are lifted…

And if something that fatal is around are you expecting people to keep working in supermarkets and driving trucks and delivery vans so you can keep on living while they take all the risk for low wages?
Something like that will truly be The End Of The World As We Know It (although titwacking sounds much more fun despite any protests from peachy:)

Aussie Soy Boy

It would be the end of our comfortable lives the economy can’t tolerate a few percent of people out of the workforce now without high inflation and shortages worldwide.

Freddy

Don’t agree with the “rest of life” comment. Australia suppressed the virus long enough for everyone to get vaccinated. It was a risk mitigation exercise. You can argue the successes of those mitigations but you can’t argue the fact that we successfully bought time to implement a plan.

Peachy

Don’t agree with the “rest of life” comment. Australia suppressed the virus long enough for everyone to get vaccinated. It was a risk mitigation exercise. You can argue the successes of those mitigations but you can’t argue the fact that we successfully bought time to implement a plan.

in theory, ‘buy some time until we find a cure’ is a viable plan.

in practice it is not. Refer malaria, AIDS, Covid. And most other diseases.

the fact is that the amount of time needed to find reasonably successful mitigation drugs (let alone a cure… ha!) is decades. So that’s how long you need to plan to isolate for. Might as well be for the rest of your life.

as to Covid specifically, we don’t need to argue the success of the mitigations. The vaccines are quite clearly shit.

plaguerat

You can argue the successes of those mitigations but you can’t argue the fact that we successfully bought time to implement a plan.

Wasn’t it the main aim of that plan to reduce deaths due to covid?

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Freddy

Do you understand that reduce does not mean eliminate?

Australia 12.6k deaths out of 9.7m cases = 1.3k deaths per million cases
UK 186k deaths out of 23.4m cases = 7.9k deaths per million cases
USA 1.06m deaths out of 94m cases = 11.2k deaths per million cases

bjw678

Have we eliminated or delayed though?

That US figure is also a result of the privatised health care model we seem anxious to duplicate.

And one final confounding factor, the vast majority of covid cases in Australia occurred after testing became widely and cheaply available so mild case numbers are probably much more reported than the others.

Peachy

And one final confounding factor, the vast majority of covid cases in Australia occurred after testing became widely and cheaply available so mild case numbers are probably much more reported than the others.

its also possible that (testing rates aside) majority of cases related to the later milder strains.

that would technically be a result of delaying. But it’s also just dumb luck that a mild disease got even milder quickly.

Freddy

You are drawing a very long bow. Even if you were to assume 100% of UK and USA populations has contracted the virus their death rates would still be well above Australia.

Only a behavioural difference could bring those stats closer. If by some chance a much higher percentage of elderly people in those countries have been exposed compared to Australia. Even then it would need to be a very wild difference.

plaguerat

Do you understand that reduce does not mean eliminate?

I’ll leave the graph I posted to speak for itself.

I’ll leave it to others to grasp desperately at irrelevant overseas “statistics”.

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bjw678

the plan that was everyone get infected for probably the same result as if we did it 2 years ago and skipped all the restriction bullshit?
If this disease is that fatal there won’t be an effective vax to be had.

plaguerat

Libertarians seek to maximize autonomy and political freedom, and minimize the States’ violation of individual liberties; emphasizing free association, freedom of choice, individualism and voluntary association.

“Minimize” does not mean “eliminate”.

plaguerat

Are you saying that you are actually not a staunch Libertarian that would let any virus into the country at any cost for the sake of maintaining civil liberties?

Non sequitur.

Roger Dodger

That link made me smile.

Peachy

Oh FFS! Really? She is concerned about free abortions in my state?

the plan is to eventually make them free and compulsory, right Mark?

Gruppenführer Mark

Yes, but there will be some parameters on “compulsory” side! And I will even provide each who meets the criteria with a bag of flower to be rolled in to find the wet spot.

Peachy

I don’t know how to parse that. That is likely for the best.

Gruppenführer Mark

Yeah, don’t.

Aussie Soy Boy

I saw a young fat heffer like this at the shops last night. 4 bags of chocolates and lollies and a packet of mint slice biscuits. She was next to me in the line. I kept looking at what she bought then looking at her. Then she grabbed a paper bag and placed it on top of what she was buying LOLOLOL.

To be obese like many Australians you have to basically abuse your body everyday.

canuckdownunder

Shit, an abortion can cost hundreds of dollars??? I have to spend loads on money on health treatments I can’t avoid but irresponsible womyn should get free abortions. Makes sense.

I’m also curious about how much taxpayers on spending on monkeypox vaccines, because keeping your penis in your pants for a month is impossible when you’re an MSM.

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robert2013

Lol did you see the size of her?

Gruppenführer Mark

Couldn’t miss it. I mean, them/they was all up in my face, even though them/they was a few meters away.

emusplatt

no worries luv …free yep ..compulsory for some ..and looking at you, retrospective, ya fkn dugong

HD

Surely her appearance is contreception enough, failing that, I’m sure she’s ‘vaccinated’ so need not worry..

canuckdownunder

Rugby league star Paul Green dies suddenly at age 49. 💉💉💉💉

Aussie Soy Boy

Sucked in if he got the vax.

The sudden deaths and sudden collapses on field seemed to be slowing up, but he must have ran out and got his 4th dose lol.

There was a flurry of them last year and early this year. I’m guessing the chances of a sudden death greatly increase when you’re freshly jabbed then wears off over time.

Jam

Top bloke by all reports.

But what we all want to know when did he have a booster.

Angus Jung

That’s pretty old. He had a good run.

LSWCHP

The number one cause of death among fit young people these days is “Suddenly”.

Like my partner’s colleague. Young, athletic, no family history, suddenly a stroke, heart attack, dead.

harry

Actually the tone is like he killed himself.

Jam

Poor fucker. I think your right the beyond blue footnotes are appearing.

Peachy

Maybe it’s the rising interest rates what got him?

Freddy

Yeah. The articles have the Lifeline phone number at the bottom as code for suicide.

Coming

i’ve noticed that they have stopped doing this

For instance, the cop who recently died at ermington police station
Sounds like he shot himself
But no lifeline numbers at the time

Seems to have coincided with the covid era

Not sure what to make of it

A fly in your ointment

pull the trigger, pull the sleeve…
in a specific but widely known scenario these two can be indistinguishable between them other than by a stupidly unfounded good faith in one.

Peachy

Say what?!

Roger Dickings

Just go with it, man

A fly in your ointment

I guess it is a bit far.. death by a jab is a form of (in)advertent suicide

Jam

Chortle???

canuckdownunder

I feel bad about this now since it seems he killed himself. Mental health is no laughing matter and I apologise for suggesting he died from the jab when it’s clear he died with the jab.

Der Fred

Well put.
The fact is though we have had the MSM and Covid Death Cult members pushing fear and hysteria on us for a few years now, then when someone tops themselves due to this they Virtue Signal some shit about it, making no connection whatsoever.
Look at how mental health problems in kids rocketed during Lockdowns, when the evil bastards closed playgrounds in Victoria, all of Perth and Adelaide waved their pitchforks at anyone else and the muppets chased Djokovic out of unhealthy country.
They all act like it’s just some sudden random thing no one can explain.

Pretty simple Cause and Effect.

Aussie Soy Boy

This is worse than bending the knee and getting the injections.

He had two young children you just man up for the sake of the children not top yourself because you’re feeling a little sad awwww. Pathetic stuff. Real dog act.

Hoody
robert2013

Kill them all.

T

lol. excellent. let them fight. zero downside from my perspective.

we need a law saying trans women are only be allowed to be housed in womens prisons.

that is when shit will start to get funny!

Peachy

Everyone knows that’s not true. There’s no such thing as an “LGBTIQA+ community”.

Ls think Gs are stupid and irresponsible.

Gs think Ls are stuffy and unfriendly.

Ls and Gs think Bs are in denial about being Ls or Gs.

Ls, Gs, and Bs all think Ts have mental problems.

And neither Ls nor Gs nor Bs nor Ts can tell you what the + means since it’s just there as a cover-all to make sure that if someone turns up claiming to be a $%^%^^^*%T$sexual then everyone can say, “We represent you. You’re the +”

the author is too polite in this regard.

how I think about it is that by purporting to create a single “LGBTIQA+ community” these folks have really just gone back to the past.

a past when nobody gave a fuck about the fine distinctions and happily -with much disdain- thought of all individuals of this sort as sexual deviants/freaks/queer (queer not in a cute way)

massive own goal. Morons.

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Gruppenführer Mark

Play stupid games, win stupid prizes

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It gets better – Pro-Vaccine Doctor Baffled After 26-Year-Old Daughter Dies Suddenly ‘Without Cause’ – News Punch

One of Australia’s leading doctors and President of the Australian Medical Association of South Australia, Michelle Atchison, has been left shattered and confused following the sudden, unexpected death of her healthy 26-year-old daughter.

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Peachy

I’m not ready to schadenfreude at something like this, yet.

but… there must be victims… otherwise nothing gets learned.

plaguerat

This unfortunate death occurred in mid-May, 2022.

A fly in your ointment

if one made their own kids stupidly trust the jabbadabba with 0 safety data, is it unfortunate?
I coild not advise my father to do or don’t jabba as the last thing I’d want is him dying thinking I duped him. With kids it gets to be worse. Seeing your own kid die because of own mistake is probably the worst thing a mentally healthy person can experience.

Aussie Soy Boy

At some point when these people spent what must have been 12 months piling on the pressure to get jabbed, virtue signalling their jab status, equating the unvaccinated to granny killers or dismissing them as dumb, stupid, uneducated conspiracy theorists, any sympathy I might have for these people at some point goes out the window and they are on their own.

These parents should just suck it up like the brave people who refused the vaccine and lost their livelihoods.

Roger Dickings

there must be victims… otherwise nothing gets learned.

They wont learn, they just dig in harder to their beliefs.
Me, on the other hand? enjoying the show.

Peachy

They wont learn, they just dig in harder to their beliefs.

ah, but it doesn’t have to be them. It doesn’t have to be now.

eventually, some will learn.

LSWCHP

Oh, after the shit I went through at my old workplace, I got to the schadenfreude point a long time ago.

The death of a child, an an only child at that, is a great tragedy. But these people brought this upon themselves. My heart is like a piece of flint as far as this is concerned.

Coming

Aus 2yr back up to nearly 3%

Interesting times

I was reading the other day that QT will actually cause rates to fall , as selling bonds into the market will decrease expectations for future growth

kind of makes sense if you are willing to believe that QE is inflationary

so anything that reduces expectations that the fed will do QT (such as slightly reduced inflation numbers) , will cause long rates to fall

very paradoxical and confusing

stagmal

why bother trying to make sense of any of it, its true mumbojumbo

Peachy

I was reading the other day that QT will actually cause rates to fall , as selling bonds into the market will decrease expectations for future growth

yeah, that could happen… in opposite-world.

in real-world, seems more likely that dumping large amounts of gov bonds on the market will be like dumping large amounts of anything else on a market: prices of bonds will fall.

Which means YIELDS on gov bonds will rise.

if they rise from, say, 3% to 4% – that’s the new risk-free rate. All other rates must be higher.

Peachy

that is devoid of context. And so, also, meaning.

was the 10y yield targeted by QE? Or was it short term interest rates?

was the 10y Treasury the predominant instrument of choice for the QE (buying) and QT (selling)? or maybe it was mostly other maturities being bought and sold?

Was “all else constant” during these periods, other than QE and QT? Or maybe other shit happened that impacted the rolling 10-y forecast?

hmmm? Might as well have plotted Oprah Winfrey’s weight, perhaps? Hmm?

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Coming

it obviously shows the effect/relationship on the 10 year

think the chart is pretty clear

Peachy

it obviously shows the effect/relationship on the 10 year 

think the chart is pretty clear

Sorry, but no.

I’d say QE didn’t target 10y interest rates. It targeted short term interest rates.

now, it’s entirely plausible that a shittonne of QE money flowing to flatten short term rates also caused the longer end of the yield curve to blow out. Call it “inflation expectations”, if you like.

Coming

youre a bit testy today aren’t you?

sorry but i said “government bonds” and you said “government bonds”. Both very nonspecific

if you overlay a graph of the 3yr or 1 yr with periods of QE and QT, you will find not much effect at all

in fact even if you overlay a graph of 3 month T-bills , QE did nothing (they were already near zero)

but then you claimed

if they rise from, say, 3% to 4% – that’s the new risk-free rate. All other rates must be higher.

So now you’re admitting this is wrong?

QT could lift short term rates, and lower long term rates – a yield curve inversion if you will
which is exactly what we have seen so far (in anticipation)

now, it’s entirely plausible that a shittonne of QE money flowing to flatten short term rates also caused the longer end of the yield curve to blow out. Call it “inflation expectations”, if you like.

so are we now saying that the main effect of QE is to lift long term bond yields?
that’s nearly the opposite of what we were told

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Peachy

if you overlay a graph of the 3yr or 1 yr with periods of QE and QT, you will find not much effect at all

in fact even if you overlay a graph of 3 month T-bills , QE did nothing (they were already near zero)

show me.

but then you claimed

if they rise from, say, 3% to 4% – that’s the new risk-free rate. All other rates must be higher.

So now you’re admitting this is wrong?

no. I was not specific enough.

I meant “all other rates for borrowing for the same term in the same currency must be higher”

QT could lift short term rates, and lower long term rates – a yield curve inversion if you will

Could. this I can agree with.

which is exactly what we have seen so far (in anticipation)

if you say so – I haven’t been paying attention. Have only seen what that graph you shared shows.

now, it’s entirely plausible that a shittonne of QE money flowing to flatten short term rates also caused the longer end of the yield curve to blow out. Call it “inflation expectations”, if you like.

so are we now saying that the main effect of QE is to lift long term bond yields?

no. I’m not saying that’s the main effect. I’m saying that it’s possible.

a different form of QE (eg buying more at longer end of curve) could result in longer term yields falling.

like “cancer”, QE isn’t just one thing. It’s a description of a bunch of different, but thematically connected, things.

that’s nearly the opposite of what we were told

i don’t know who told you what.

But, plus also, some may make an argument that “in absence of QE, long bond yields would be even higher”…

Coming

we were told that QE would encourage borrowing by lowering rates

you have told me that the risk-free rate (presumably the overnight right, because duration IS a risk) sets a floor for all other rates

now its clear that neither of those things is true

I cant make graphs, you’re going to have to just google a chart of 3 month, 10 yr etc then cross-reference to see where the QE/QT was

a different form of QE (eg buying more at longer end of curve) could result in longer term yields falling.

you mean yield curve control? which the RBA dropped completely?

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Aussie Soy Boy

Dutton taking all 7 inches.

Got some on your chin mate

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A fly in your ointment

interestingly, I always saw it as a butch rainbow man. You know, the type like the gun dealer in the movie The Pulp Fiction

https://t.me/EurasianChoice/18216

sovereignty at its best

Aussie Soy Boy

How many male porn stars get custody of their children I wonder?

Aussie Soy Boy

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I don’t know what’s worse the flabby gut, the big thighs, the saggy tits, the Bali dentist veneers, or that maniacal I spend $20k per year on a psychiatrist look on her face lol

Jam

Wonder how many times a blokes missed and got it in that O ring b button.

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Peachy

You’re just being mean, soyboy.

this is what women tend to look like after a couple of kids and after their twenties.

she could probably drop 5-6 kilos, sure, but she’s not a bad specimen.

Roger Dickings

But she is apparently peak sexiness . Her fans need to get their money back.

Roger Dickings

Have to add – there’s still too much money sloshing around in the system if people are paying for crap like this.

stagmal

bingo and theres way too many lonely men out there who dont have anyone so they feel they have no choice but to play SimGirlfriend on platforms like onlyfans. they should all be banned imo this stuff is worse than porn.

Aussie Soy Boy

I’m not judging anyone with a less than perfect body, but most people have some modesty and decorum when displaying themselves.

LSWCHP

You know you would, though. 😊

Gouda

Given the nature of their work, it doesn’t surprise me that porn actors have kids. I doubt anyone watching porn thinks is “are they a suitable parent”,” “are their kids safe?” or “should I be calling child protection?”

My bet it is other women who are reporting her.

If people want to take their clothes off for cash, and people are prepared to pay said cash – it’s not really any of my business to criticise this. Then again, she bought a house, so another EZFKA success story!

Coming

so are we going to talk about the latest outburst from the Religion of Peace?

how many sleeper agent potential assassins do we have in Australia now?

About a million of them according to ABS, but in reality probably more than that

Freddy

It surprises you that someone who wrote a book labelling Muslims as being Satanic, eventually got stabbed?

Coming

no it doesn’t surprise me, they are savage and unintelligent people

the question is why were they allowed to settle in our countries

Aussie Soy Boy

The problem is all the garbage migrate to western nations. All the misfits and malcontents.

Coming

not true, think he probably would have got stabbed faster in Iran

stagmal

the difference between western religious adherents i.e virtually all christians and muslims is muslims actually believe the shit. religion in aus is fake af, it gives bored old grandmas and self-absorbed types who go to mega churches a place to go on sunday, its a cultural thing and a social thing not unlike retards who go to protest rallies. its something to do and a community to be in. theres a fundamental cynicism to it bc no one actually believes in the religion aspect of it at all.

muslims actually do. so did shintos who would throw themselves on top of american pillboxes for the emperor in ww2, or shirtless celtic warriors throwing themselves at a roman column in 50 b.c without any regard for their life. so when this shit happens its really like “dude, what did you expect.” these ppl REALLY believe all the shit, they believe if they knock this guy off they’re getting 72 virgins in heaven. if you REALLY believed that you would want to do it too, its a no brainer.

by contrast you can criticise christianity all you want without worrying about this happening to you even 1/100th as much not bc christians are actually more ‘tolerant’ (lol) but bc they’re fake and their religion is mostly insincere now. why would you blow yourself up for jesus if you didnt really think there was an afterlife waiting for you after you did it.

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Coming

also, even extremists christians would only do violent acts against someone who was actually you know killing babies or something

not somebody who just draws a cartoon or writes a book

ethnic muslims are also possibly genetically predisposed to violence, since we know that there are genes associated with increased propensity towards violence and criminality, and they may be more common in certain phenotypes and ethnic groups

Additionally, consanguinous relationships are manyfold more common amongst muslims for cultural reasons and that magnifies the propensity towards violence as well as the low IQ

But i fudamentally disagree with your main premise: there just is always a % of the population (lower amongst ethnically white/european) that will have propensity to believe in some type of religion be it christianity, wokeness, astrology or whatever
and they really believe it

they’re mentally deficient

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stagmal

yeah first cousin marriage is common in the mid east and india, it has a small suppressive effect on full scale IQ

its one of the ways we know that cognitive ability has a genetic component, bc you can predict the IQ score suppression effect exactly to the level of the consanguinity

LSWCHP

Mohammad married one of his cousins. Islamic theology describes him as the perfect man who should be emulated in every way, so they’ve been marrying their cousins for the last 1500 years or so, with the results that we see today.

As the link below shows, 50% of Pakistani births in the UK are likely to have parents who are blood relatives.

https://www.bbc.com/news/av/health-23180425

You don’t do that repeatedly for centuries without consequences so this is one of the main reasons that muslims are largely inbred violent imbeciles who look stupid and savage, believe garbage and behave like crazy people. They are crazy. The rate of birth defects among these incestuous degenerates is also horrendous. It also explains why their countries are shitholes. Ie the people are largely inbred morons.

A fly in your ointment

are largely inbred violent imbeciles who look stupid and savage, believe garbage and behave like crazy people.

Does the same apply for the other semites of the same liberal marriage to relatives viewpoint?

Stewie

Pretty much – Ashkenazi Jews are plagued by a large number of inherited congenital diseases. Because of their obsession over their linage most of these diseases have arisen through cousin marriage, mainly paternal first cousin marriage, and the relatively recent bottlenecks in their population ancestry that implies just a couple hundred common ancestors 400-500yrs ago.

emusplatt

a 10 yr old cousin at that

Peachy

religion in aus is fake af, it gives bored old grandmas and self-absorbed types who go to mega churches a place to go on sunday, its a cultural thing and a social thing not unlike retards who go to protest rallies. its something to do and a community to be in. theres a fundamental cynicism to it bc no one actually believes in the religion aspect of it at all.

Top post stagmal.

Coming

do you think we could say the same about wokies?

welcome to country, pronouns etc – they have an unshakeable convinction of it, or its a cynical identity

stagmal

yeah they are what i call “system fanatics”

they just adhere fanatically to whatever the prevailing system is

its not about the content of the belief its just the desire for status, thus associating with the prevailing belief that gives you the most status

ironically if these welcome to country queers had been living in nazi germany they’d of been breaking the windows of jewish businesses and synagogues with the SS-men rather than imitating oscar shindler

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Coming

we shouldnt forget it was only a couple of months ago one of them tried to stab dave chappelle live on stage for making jokes about trannies

plus there was another recent one wasn’t there some US senator was attacked for banning pronouns or something

stagmal

yep its system fanaticism

the superficial surface belief is not relevant at all, just that its the popular belief you’re supposed to believe in to be a “good person” in society X

substitute anything in there, whether its sacrificing babies by tossing them into a lake for CHAK the RAIN GOD or giving your 4 year old moderna, its the exact same impulsie driving both behaviours

Coming

right, but it seems that christians largely do not suffer from the same level of extremism

or christianity really does teach tolerance and peace

or those seeking/genetically predisposed towards a more violent/extremist ideology have chosen islam/wokeism/covidianism etc

Stewie

Christianity can really be distilled down to simply Jesus’s sermon on the mount. Matthew 5-7 is as good as any.

If that is still too long for you to read then even that can be condensed down into the TLDR version of simply “Treat people as you would have them treat yourself.”

Sure there is a lot of other cultural baggage from the Jewish bible thrown in via the old Testament like anti-LBGT and the like. But the core of Christianity is Jesus’s sermon on the mount, the gender binary and the importance of the family.

In the tale of Jesus the largest most glossed over point of his life was the 30 years spent in Egypt. Christianity actually has a lot of its spiritual roots in Egypt where Jesus was meant to have worked as a ‘carpenter’ although a carpenter back then also worked with stone and in Egypt were effectively stone masons – Jesus was probably ripped or as jacked as fuck.

The Romans considered the Greeks to be the greatest philosophers in the world at their time, but the Greeks themselves always spoke of Egyptian philosophy as the pinnacle of enlightenment. The destruction of the great Library of Alexander rendered much of ancient Egypt as being a ‘Dark Age’ where few records survive.

Jewish history records describe Jesus as being heavily tattooed, which is in accordance with Egyptian custom . It was also against Jewish law to mark your skin in such a fashion. There is a lot of symbiology in Jewish lore as there was with Ancient Egyptian – it is very likely that the markings that Jesus wrote in the dirt in John 8:6-11 were Egyptian hieroglyphics.

Much of Christianity’s spirituality is actually derived from or a fusion of, Ancient Egyptian and Judaism. Consequently lots of Christianity’s morality in regards to the gender binary, the role of the family, notions of freedom, obligations to others, even ideas around taxes and usury (remember Jesus kicking the money lenders out of the temple), comes from Ancient Egypt rather than Judaism’s take.

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The90kwbeast

This is an intriguing and worrying line of thought that may have struck a chord with the reality of western identity politics in the social media era.

Perhaps always really.

It suggests that the common denominator of human beings is that they are so easily herded into believing whatever they are told to irrespective of whether democracy or autocracy reigns…also the media as a throughput in this process

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Peachy

Yeh, what he said.

The90kwbeast

Strong post sir

Peachy

welcome to country, pronouns etc – they have an unshakeable convinction of it, or its a cynical identity

i think it’s cyclical identity. Those folk just follow “the current thing”. Reasonably zealously and righteously.

but you can bet your IP that they won’t be ready to die for any of it.

Stewie

It’s luxury beliefs and virtue signaling by wealthy elites.

The90kwbeast

Luxury beliefs should be a term in urban dictionary. And would explain much of the current green left policy.

A whole lot of policy “ought tos” not aligned to centred reality.

harry

I’m often sailing on Lake Macquarie and a non-zero numbers of big houses on the water fly the koori flag.
It always makes me laugh in the context of “Never ceded” and “Always was, always will be” which to me are open statements of intent.

Peachy

big houses on the water fly the koori flag.

i was wondering – before the white folk arrived, what did the aborigines make their flags out of? Like, what did they weave the fabric from and what did they use for dye?

also find it strange that somehow they on a continent-wide basis settled upon a rectangular shape and the same 1:2 or 2:3 ratio so frequently favoured by European nations.

Roger Dickings

Stewie can comment here, on the idea that the basic tenets of Christianity are the oil in the gears that gives us nice stuff, whether you believe in Jesus or not.

Stewie

The Catholic church actually played a significant role in homogenizing most European nations – what do I mean by that?

Basically homogenizing results in a regular frequency distribution of phenotypes and polygenic allele combinations, that are distinctly represented from other population groups.

In clan based societies, eg, much of the middle east, and practically all of Africa and India, while the population group share certain common traits, the expression of these particular phenotypes and genetic combinations clump together in regional locals. Why? As someone mentioned elsewhere the other day – cousin marriage.

Basically with the inheritance of property and the combination of ‘the selfish gene’ the interests of distinct Y chromosomes is to marry cousins so as to keep land within the family. As commented before, this leads to the general retardation of society to some degree.

The Catholic Church, whether intentionally or unintentionally by seeing ‘clans’ as a threat, took it upon itself to gradually discourage cousin marriage. Patriarchal cousin marriage, was particularly frowned upon. That was marrying on the Y side, which was particularly harmful as it also meant that as well as getting the same Y chromosome the parents are also passing on the same X chromosome. Matriarchal cousin marriages were more tolerated in poor locals, Ireland, Eastern Europe as there were always two unrelated X’s involved.

Anyhow, by breaking up the clan and reinforcing the trend towards the modern nuclear family, the result was to create a population that was far homogenized and therefor far more mobile and transportable.

The impact of this policy by the Catholic Church is ironically actually most visible by the demarcation line of clan based societies within Italy.

Italy was a number of principalities and kingdoms for all but its recent existence. However when the Catholic Church began its anti-clan policies Sicily and Calabria and pretty much the whole of Southern Italy was controlled by the Muslims for several centuries.

Clan culture i.e. the Mafia and patriarchal cousin marriage are far more common among Southern Italians and cousin marriage and its impact on IQ explains most of the income disparity between the North and the South.

When the South became Catholic again the Church had largely moved on from the cousin marriage campaign, as the idea of marry your cousins was already considered quaint and backward. Hence it remained a backward cultural trait in the South – I even remember several southern Italian girls I went to school went to entering arranged marriages with their cousins.

This is a fascinating twitter thread on clan culture of a part of Southern Italy ‘The Moral Basis of a Backward Society’.

Basically Christianity is critically important to everything around us due to the eradication of clan based societies and the emergence of significant and distinct, large scale homogenous population groups.

This played a significant role in bringing about the social stability and high trust societies that allowed the Reformation, the Enlightenment, the Industrial Revolution and indeed the whole of Western Civilization to occur.

That is just one example of Christianity’s values in importance for powering the gears that made our high trust societies possible.

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Coming

Very interesting Stewie
thanks

Peachy

they believe if they knock this guy off they’re getting 72 virgins in heaven

I was thinking – what’s the detail of this deal? Once you’ve deflowered the 72, do you get a pack of freshies straight away?

or do you have to keep the same 72 all year and then get a replacement on the anniversary?

because if you, like, get the same 72 to keep forever – quite soon you end up rooting a bunch of old hags. That’s not heaven. You can get that on earth.

stagmal

i think the idea is they stay young and hot forever. the mickey hole remains tight for the dicks of all the martyrs of moo hamed.

Coming

you do your newly created daughters instead

harry
LSWCHP

Islamic theological doctrine says that a heavenly virgin (aka a houri) magically becomes a virgin again after losing her virginity, so they’re perpetual virgins despite all the rooting.

That sounds nuts of course, but it makes as much sense (if not more) as anything else in Islam.

The Islamic heaven is concerned only with drunken debauchery and orgies. It says a lot about what Muslims hypocrites really want.

Interestingly, the Arabic for “virgin” and “dried grape” are apparently much the same. So it’s possible that due to a terrible misunderstanding, all the Muslim suicide bombers get to paradise expecting to furiously roger 72 young women, only to be presented with a packet of sultanas. Heh. I hope so.

A fly in your ointment

by contrast you can criticise christianity all you want without worrying about this happening to you even 1/100th as much not bc christians are actually more ‘tolerant’ (lol) but bc they’re fake and their religion is mostly insincere now. why would you blow yourself up for jesus if you didnt really think there was an afterlife waiting for you after you did it.

I dont want to have a go at you, I’ll just say that this is perhaps somewhat indicative of most of western Christianities (what brought us the renaissance?), however it is indication of your complete misunderstanding of core tennet of Christianity and what Christianity supposed to be about. Not that anyone is required to understand any of that… just saying…

Freddy

Well said Staggy. As much as I think ROP is ignorant AF, I do at least in part admire that they have retained their unaltered beliefs.

The contradiction with Christianity is education. They were the ones pushing it. If you go down that path then eventually you have to stop burning and imprisoning academics who have proven the earth is not flat, dinosaurs existed, etc.

I personally don’t have a problem with the evolution of what is essentially a 2000 year old social control framework. The Jews and Muslims even forced people not to eat pork and crustaceans knowing that food poisoning was highly probable.

I disagree with you on the cultural comment. Firstly, I will state that I am not religious but am part of a christian family. I still have an appreciation for celebrations of milestone, baptism/marriage/death. It creates family and community bonds. Seeing people turn up to a funeral to pay respect to someone they knew decades ago should not be compared to the retards who turn up to a protest.

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LSWCHP

Excellent image.

A fly in your ointment

as much as it has valid points on collateral damage associated with the war on health plandemic, to me the article looks as a big squirrel.

being that there is no credible and complete data to parse and interpolate valid conclusion, anything goes. It could be that “with C19” deaths are now not thrown into a scare bucket if “C19 related deaths any more, CO² poisoning from mask overdoing, miocarditis and thrombosis… anything really.

what I am trying to say is that any medical talk on any mass media has long time ago entered the realm of ilks like the annual assessment of benefits or fallouts from drinking coffie/wine/beer/you_name_it