Yo so I was watching Q&A because I felt like some serious self torture tonite and one question asked by an audience member really got me. The question came in at 8:13, the audience member asked what the government was going to do to support young people in the midst of a housing crisis. This kid may have meant well but he’s trapped in the same mental matrix that dominates nearly everyone who ponders issues like this, in that he’s incapable of recognising or conceptualising the elephant in the room.
Up on the answering block was old mate Stephen Jones, a man who looks like he’s sucked a dick or two in his life. This faggot gave the standard spiel; we’ll build more, we’ll build out of it, Labor’s handing over $10 billion to build affordable housing; no doubt this guy is ass buddies with Peter Tulip and shares his GRIDS with him every night. Of course $10 billion translated into Australian real estate terms equals to like four fibro shacks and an outhouse with a funnel web spider on it, but Labor wants you to suck their cocks off for their munificence as long as you don’t notice the real reason, the 300K migrants we import into the country year on year, that housing and renting costs so much. Even Stan Grant pushed back on this dog calling out his bullshit, but his understanding was predictably only quarter-full; Labor’s 10 thousand home ‘solution’ would not fix jack shit in any given time frame, whether it was started a decade ago or not.
Like every time there’s a discussion about rents and house prices the only focus that these muppets can ever consider is the supply side, the demand side is seen as some set in stone, inviolable physical law of the universe that cannot be altered or changed in anyway (unless it is being increased). Therer is some sort of bizarre psychologically sick belief that only white people appear to espouse where immigration is some sort of god given human right and cannot be challenged in any way. There are almost no white countries anywhere outside of Eastern Europe and the Southern Cone where this collective mental prison does not prevail ove.
Afterwards, the kid asking the question himself stated something to the effect that high rental prices are unfair on international students!!!!! So even the kid can’t put two and two together; mate, the reason rental prices are high IS because of international students. In the miniscile likelihood you’ll ever see this article you need to realise you are being CLOWNED by these motherfuckers, your rent is high because we’re pumping in third worlders from all over the world so cocksuckers like Peter Tulip and Stephen Jones can enjoy five star meals on Sydney Harbour to impress their younger twink buttbuddy dates. There is no solution to rental accomodation issues without addressing the demand side because you literally cannot build your way out of a 300K net migration rate. No way, no how. Not happening.
So yeah. There’s a rant. You don’t need to watch the bit because it’s shit and I’ve already explained it. HELLLO I’m the Neoliberal critic, I watch this trash so you don’t have to.
meant to hyperlink this at 8:13
First rule. Dont watch Q&A on their busted ass aunty.
If you ever needed a visual example of group think this is it.
Find him on social media and redpill him
For what shall it profit the mate$
If they shall gain a demand-side solution
And lose millions of foreign slaves?
Ignoring the herd of elephants in the room, Supply side is held back by these Leftard muppets anyway.
Local Councils are a commerce free zone, kindergartens where they learn how to be parasites and just get free money for their ideological wanks.
All they can do is increase rates and fees for everyone, all the while making it harder and slower to get a planning permit to build anything.
Councils are where many Green, Teal or Labor politicians learn their grift as well.
Sack all Councils and make them an administrative function to just collect rubbish and mow the grass in parks.
Nah, then they’d be able to accommodate all these unwanted migrants and they’d jack the migration rate up to a new level that is impossible to handle.
slam this on the q n a twitter a/c watch the block button get smashed.
The only way a 300k intake would ever be possible is if we had a more decentralized economy to begin with, but we don’t.
Short of somehow forcing people to live in the smaller capitals for a minimum of 5 years they will mostly pile into Sydney and Melbourne.
Which is exactly what the FIRE sector wants.
That A-Hole peter tulip was on telly last night doing his supply side routine.
It’s as if these guys have been wheeled out to gaslight us. Does this work? like Mal says its a pretty big elefont in the room
You tell me? Are the population calling for change, burning down the parliament, or just accepting it?
Your ABC ‘expert’ (Milennial female with maybe a commerce degree) said today on ABC 24 news channel something like “population pressure” as she explained the rapid rental growth. Also threw in her rational for rent growth being “caused by reducing vacancy rates”.
No shit Sherlock, also my speeding fine was caused by “a police intervention”.
Just fucking say it.
Weak pricks, that entire generation.
As someone famous said long ago, if they held a differing view, they wouldn’t be on the telly, would they (to paraphrase quite a lot…)
Once you realise that you realise that news isn’t “news” but propaganda. Turning it off was the best move anyone can ever make.
Journalists are increasingly emotional message bringers, whose purpose is to transmit an emotional meme to the community.
People are bending over, taking it, thanking them and asking for more.
In a wonderful moment of serendipity this highlights a point related to the AI discussion of this past week.
People in general are nowhere near as smart as we like to think.
People rarely(many people never) engage in critical thought and reason out a situation to come to a conclusion about their beliefs. They simply believe what they are told, assimilating it into their knowledge and spew it out in modified form.
Trying to get something in that contradicts something pre existing is a monumentally hard task requiring huge amounts of evidence be provided to unstick the idea holding the high ground by virtue of getting there first.
This is why controlling the narrative is of the UTMOST importance. You need to get your idea in and embedded securely before any conflicting ideas can compete.
My most favouritest example of this ever, why is representative democracy the perfect form of government? Because you were told this thoroughly as a primary schooler long before you would even have the capability to see any contradictory information. And people continue to believe it despite the widespread corruption and disregard for the public displayed everywhere.
At least some parts of the rainbow brigade clearly understand this as it is why they are so thoroughly invading the education system.
In conclusion, it seems that assuming an AI is not intelligent because all it does is consume ideas presented to it and return fragments in different variations is a mischaracterisation since that is fundamentally what the vast majority of people do the vast majority of the time.
I also find it mildly amusing that chatGPT seems to have a higher opinion of ezfka than MB based on stewies comments on my previous article.
It certainly wrote more about ezfka.
Your “In conclusion, ” had me suddenly doubting whether this was something you’d innocently written, AI had written, or you had written to fuck with the minds of whoever was reading this and pondering that very question.
While we’ve disagreed in the past (at times spectacularly), on the subject of AI and the implications of what it means, I find myself wholly in agreement with yourself.
I don’t claim to have any knowledge over IT, or the feasibility of it eventually writing usable code. But from the pace of development I think it should be seriously considered and treated as possible.
I think the vast majority of people seriously under-estimate the impact that this technology is going to have, it is all ‘Chinese Rooms’. The hubris is truly staggering… 1st iteration, “Ha Ha… it can write a short story, but it still can’t code!” as per my mates 2nd iteration “WTF!”. Honestly what are we but biological self replicating processing machines.
If they think the Chatbot that we are all playing with is the professional version then I have a Ferrari kit to sell them. Imagine news streams feeding raw facts, straight off the Bloomberg news feed into the news story, and building a story out from that. One that evolves each time a new fact is added.
Better yet, why stop there? Why not generate a new news story for each individual consumer? Shaped to their search history bent? Tailored to work against their biases or social ‘negs’ of independent thought. Because…
An information dystopia of immense proportions looms.
I like writing. I get a kick out of writing it and reading it. I am honestly seriously in awe at what this first generation, heavily censored Chatbot can do. At the very least it is going to completely redefine industries and the type of work people do.
The fateful prophecy of AI being the last thing humanity ever invents honestly scares me more than the prospect of Nuclear war.
i’ll take C for $500 but the fact that it is even a question at all kind of proves my point, it’s style is as much what identifies it as the quality of the writing. If I tried to make the whole comment in the style of the AI it would be even harder to tell.
From my very limited playing it seems to write very usable code. I’d expect that to be a much easier problem than writing an anthropomorphic fairy tale, with many better examples on the net to learn from, and likely human trainers more attuned to that as well.
When I have tried to get it to write more complicated code for me it has timed out and crashed half way through so it’s hard to truly understand it’s capabilities from what is publicly available.
The scary thing is google has databases and resources far in excess of openAI and I would be very surprised if they aren’t ahead of them in AI.
And just for my own amusement again
story as below but just saying they worked on projects together without details
Once upon a time, in a small hardware store, there lived a group of tools: Nuts, Bolts, Screws, Nails, Hammers, Wrenches and Screwdrivers. They were all best of friends and lived happily together in the tool aisle.
One day, Nuts and Bolts were having a conversation about their purpose in life. Nuts said, “I was born to hold things together, without me, everything would fall apart.” Bolts replied, “I was born to fasten Nuts like you to something solid, we make a great team.”
Just then, Screws, Nails and Hammers joined in the conversation. Screws said, “I may be small, but I can hold much more weight than nails and can be easily removed and reused.” Nails said, “I may not be as versatile as Screws, but I can hold things in place permanently.” Hammers said, “Without me, how would you drive in nails and screws?”
Wrenches and Screwdrivers then entered the conversation. Wrenches said, “I can tighten or loosen bolts and nuts, making any project a success.” Screwdrivers said, “I can drive screws into any surface, making any project easier to complete.”
All the tools realized they were all important in their own unique ways and that they couldn’t function without each other. From that day on, they all worked together to complete any project that came their way, making the hardware store the most efficient and successful hardware store in town.
The tools were put to the test when a customer came into the store with a broken chair. Nuts and Bolts worked together to secure the joints, Screws held the seat in place, Nails helped secure the backrest, Hammers drove the screws and nails, Wrenches tightened the bolts, and Screwdrivers made the job much easier. The customer was so impressed with the repair that he told all his friends, and business at the store started to boom.
The tools continued to work together on many more projects, such as building birdhouses, repairing fences, and even building a treehouse for the store owner’s children. No project was too big or too small for the team of Nuts, Bolts, Screws, Nails, Hammers, Wrenches, and Screwdrivers.
Once upon a time, in a kingdom of tools, there lived seven friends: Nuts, Bolts, Screws, Nails, Hammers, Wrenches, and Screwdrivers. They lived in harmony in the tool aisle of the kingdom’s hardware store.
One day, Nuts and Bolts were discussing their roles in the kingdom. Nuts said, “I hold everything together and make sure it stays secure.” Bolts replied, “I fasten Nuts like you to make sure everything stays in place.”
Their friends, Screws, Nails, and Hammers, overheard the conversation and joined in. Screws said, “I may be small, but I have the strength to hold much more weight than Nails and can be easily removed and used again.” Nails stated, “I may not be as versatile as Screws, but I make sure things stay in place permanently.” Hammers added, “I bring everything together by driving in nails and screws.”
Wrenches and Screwdrivers then appeared, eager to join the discussion. Wrenches said, “I tighten and loosen bolts and nuts, making any project a success.” Screwdrivers declared, “I can drive screws into any surface with ease, making every project smoother.”
The seven friends realized they were all important and that they couldn’t function without each other. They decided to work together on any project that came their way, making the hardware store the most efficient and successful in the kingdom.
One day, a fair maiden came to the store, seeking help to fix her broken chair. The seven friends sprang into action, with Nuts and Bolts securing the joints, Screws holding the seat in place, Nails helping secure the backrest, Hammers driving the screws and nails, Wrenches tightening the bolts, and Screwdrivers making the job much easier. The maiden was so grateful for their help that she asked the kingdom’s king to declare them the official builders of the kingdom.
And so, the seven friends went on to complete many magical projects, such as building enchanted birdhouses, repairing fairy tale fences, and even constructing a castle in the sky. No project was too big or too small for the team of Nuts, Bolts, Screws, Nails, Hammers, Wrenches, and Screwdrivers.
And they all lived happily ever after, working together in harmony to bring the kingdom’s visions to life.
Once upon a time, in a land of darkness, there lived seven tools: Nuts, Bolts, Screws, Nails, Hammers, Wrenches, and Screwdrivers. They resided in the tool aisle of a desolate hardware store, where the only source of light came from the occasional flickering bulb.
Nuts and Bolts were constantly arguing about their roles in the land of darkness. Nuts would say, “I am the foundation that holds everything together, without me, everything would crumble.” Bolts would reply, “I am the one who fastens Nuts like you to make sure everything remains secure.”
Their friends, Screws, Nails, and Hammers, listened to the arguments with growing frustration. Screws said, “I may be small, but I have the strength to hold much more weight than Nails and can be easily removed and reused.” Nails stated, “I may not be as versatile as Screws, but I make sure things stay in place permanently.” Hammers added, “I bring everything together by driving in nails and screws, without me, nothing would stay in place.”
Wrenches and Screwdrivers were tired of the constant bickering and decided to intervene. Wrenches said, “I tighten and loosen bolts and nuts, making any project a success.” Screwdrivers declared, “I can drive screws into any surface with ease, making every project smoother.”
The seven friends realized they needed to work together or their kingdom would fall into further darkness. They agreed to complete any project that came their way, making the hardware store the only source of hope in the desolate land.
One day, a traveler came to the store, seeking help to fix his broken cart. The seven friends reluctantly agreed to help, with Nuts and Bolts securing the joints, Screws holding the seat in place, Nails helping secure the backrest, Hammers driving the screws and nails, Wrenches tightening the bolts, and Screwdrivers making the job much easier. The traveler was pleased with the repair, but as he was leaving, he revealed that he was actually a witch in disguise, and that he had put a curse on the tools.
From that day on, the seven friends were unable to work together and the hardware store became a place of constant conflict. The tools would bicker and argue, causing their projects to fail and the kingdom to fall into further darkness. They were never able to break the curse, and the hardware store became a place of despair and hopelessness.
interestingly it will also generate movie outlines but refuses to generate a full script with some excuses I don’t fully believe like not being able to write dialogue despite generating it in the fairytales. I think it is just to limit the execution time to produce results much like it only creates relatively short stories.
I thought favouritest had to be a dead giveaway but…
“I can’t decide what my favourite food is, but if I had to choose, I would say pizza is my favouritest. I love the combination of the melted cheese and the crispy crust, and there are so many different toppings to choose from. Whether I’m in the mood for a classic Margherita or a loaded meat-lover’s pizza, I can never go wrong with this comforting dish. In fact, I think I’ll order a large pepperoni pizza for dinner tonight! It’s just too hard to resist my favouritest food.”
And curiously, it will produce outright lies if prompted the correct way.
“Asdfgtyuionbv is a nonsensical string of letters that is often used as a placeholder or dummy text. It is commonly used by computer programmers and graphic designers as a temporary input in order to test the design or layout of a website or software. The random nature of the letters makes it an easy and quick solution for designers, who can quickly substitute the placeholder text with actual content once the design is complete. The letters in “asdfgtyuionbv” have no meaning, but their convenience and versatility have made them a staple in the tech industry.”
That string matches exactly 0 results in google and I doubt anyone has ever used such an akward srting as a placeholder but it is certainly one of the more plausible statements you could make about it.
It also doesn;t seem to be a simpsons fan
“Kwygibo is a mysterious creature that only a select few have ever seen. It is said to have the body of a kangaroo, the wings of a bird, and the tail of a lion. People who have claimed to spot a kwygibo describe it as a magnificent sight, soaring through the sky with grace and agility. Some believe that kwygibos bring good luck to those who catch a glimpse of them, while others think they are a myth. Despite the lack of concrete evidence, the legend of the kwygibo continues to captivate the imaginations of people all over the world.”
The interesting question being if it doesn’t have any details on the simpsons use of kwygibo what makes it generate a creature instead of random placeholder as its fictional story? Does it understand that one is much more pronouncable than the other?
It’s clearly quite happy making up many and varied bullshit about things that do not exist.
My question for you to ponder, how are these things that have never been thought of or created previously being created. Where do they come from. Both those words have exactly 0 matches on google. How des it decide on groups of word fragments to associate with them?
If it can invent this stuff with such conviction I bet it can generate much better stories than we have seen if allowed to run for long enough.
“Fonternackle is a rare and exotic flower that is known for its vibrant colors and unique petal arrangements. The flower is native to the rainforests of South America and is highly prized by botanists and horticulturists alike. The blooms of the fonternackle come in a variety of colors, ranging from deep reds and purples to bright oranges and yellows. The petals of the flower are arranged in such a way that they resemble a delicate fountain, hence the name “fonternackle”. The flower is a popular choice for wedding bouquets and floral arrangements, and is often used to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any setting.”
“Fundersivle is a highly sought after investment opportunity that has recently gained popularity among financial experts and investors. The concept of fundersivle is based on the idea of pooling funds from a large number of individuals and using the combined resources to invest in various projects and businesses. The investments are carefully selected and managed by a team of experienced financiers, with the goal of maximizing returns for all investors. Despite its relative newness, fundersivle has already proven to be a lucrative investment opportunity, with many investors reporting substantial returns on their investments. As a result, fundersivle has become a buzzword in the financial world, with more and more people looking to get in on the action.”
As an AI language model, I do not have personal opinions or beliefs. However, “fonternackle” is not a recognized species of flower, so it is possible that it is a made-up name for a fictional plant. There is no evidence to suggest that a flower with this name exists in reality.
As a language model, my purpose is to generate text based on the input and prompt given to me by users. If a user requests information or text about a certain topic, I will generate a response based on the information available to me at the time of the request, including made-up or fictional information if that is what was asked for. In this case, I was asked to write a paragraph about “fonternackle,” so I created a fictional description of a rare and exotic flower.
And to get a bit meta:
As a language model, I have been trained on a large corpus of text from the internet and other sources, which includes not just factual information, but also fictional and imaginative writing. Based on this training, I am able to generate new text that mimics the style, tone, and content of the texts I have seen in my training data.
When generating fictional information, I use my understanding of storytelling, language patterns, and creative writing to create new and original content that fits within the requested parameters. While I do not have personal experiences or emotions, I can still generate text that conveys emotions and paints a picture in the mind of the reader. In this way, I am able to provide users with a wide range of creative and imaginative responses, including those that are completely fictional.
The new fictional information generated by the language model is based on patterns and relationships learned from the training data, which includes a large corpus of text from various sources, including fiction and imagination writing. The language model uses this training data to develop a statistical understanding of language and to generate new text based on that understanding.
When generating new fictional information, the language model takes into account the context and prompt provided by the user, and then generates text that is likely to fit within that context. For example, if a user asks for a description of a mythical creature, the language model will generate text based on patterns and relationships learned from previous descriptions of mythical creatures in its training data.
In this way, the language model can generate new and original content, but it is ultimately limited by the information and patterns it has learned from its training data. The output is generated through a combination of pattern recognition and statistical probabilities, rather than personal creativity or imagination.
As a language model, I don’t have personal thoughts or opinions, but I was designed to recognize certain patterns and relationships in language. The word “kwygibo” is not a recognized word in the English language, and it does not have a clear meaning or context. In cases where a word is not recognized or does not have a clear meaning, the language model may use its training data to generate a response that is based on similar sounding or structured words, or it may make a best guess based on the context provided.
In this case, the word “kwygibo” was used in a request for a paragraph about a mythical creature, which may have led the language model to generate text based on patterns and relationships it has learned from descriptions of mythical creatures in its training data. However, this is just one possible interpretation, and the generated response should not be taken as a definitive answer or as an endorsement of the accuracy of the information provided.
The request was clearly not for a mythical creature so is the AI lying to justify it;s own actions?
And for some more shits and giggles,
As a language model, I am designed to generate text based on the input and prompt given to me by users. While I am trained on a large corpus of text from the internet and other sources, and I can use this training data to generate new and original text, I do not have the ability to verify the accuracy of the information I generate, or to determine if it is wise or dangerous to provide certain information.
It is important for users to critically evaluate any information they receive, including information generated by AI language models, and to verify the accuracy of this information before using it. Providing made-up information, even if it was not specifically asked for, can be misleading and can contribute to the spread of misinformation.
In general, it is always a good idea to be critical of information, regardless of its source, and to verify the accuracy of this information before relying on it or using it to make decisions. This is especially true in cases where the information is not supported by credible sources or is not based on verifiable evidence.
I really need to stop playingwith this
Sure, how about the name “Stinkblossom”?
Sure, how about the name “Blusfoul”?
Sure, here are five more names for a fictional flower:
It certainly seems capable of doing all the tasks when asked in small chunks to generate fiction FAR better than it generates currently. I;m open for suggestions of other things to try or have a play yourself.
In its current state, beyond a shadow of a doubt, chatGPT is a chinese room. It will not stay that way. The race is on to make machines learn about the world directly and from human writing, and then to act upon it. Ray Kruzweil recons AIs will have human level intelligence by the end of the decade. I will not say it’s impossible, but I have my doubts that real time machine learning is on the cards that quickly.
It is terrifying, and it has been been on the cards for a very long time and no one has taken it very seriously, except those driving it. And those who drive it are msotly soulless automatons. Empty shells of human beings who think that solving “interesting” problems is the purpose and meaning of life.
The rest of us are going along for the ride whether we like it or not.
If the chinese room is indistinguishable from a real intelligence then is it a “real” intelligence?
what does that say about intelligence.
There will never be an AI you can’t claim is a chinese room.
It is inherently how Neural networks function(presumably including organic ones).
So Chat GPT is Skynet
Who will be our John Connor
Would have to be a black or asian tranny these days, surely!
Not yet. AIs will get better and better….but there are many problems that haven’t even been encountered yet.
Best article on EZFKA ever.
Stagmal the Neoliberal critic does have a nice ring to it.
Another chinese balloon found drifting in australia
Thank you for your service.
In trying to understand why ASX is tanking I came across this difference in wording
The Bank’s central forecast is for CPI inflation to decline over the next couple of years to be a little above 3 per cent over 2024
The central forecast is for CPI inflation to decline to 4¾ per cent this year and to around 3 per cent by mid-2025
What are you getting at
AUD loved it for some reason
Bonds selling off
I am getting at exactly that. Inflation and hence rates higher for longer. Higher AUD, higher bond yields, lower ASX.
why does anyone think the RBA is better at forecasting future inflation than anybody else?
They’ve been disastrously wrong in the past
Short term rates are going higher regardless of whether they are right or wrong.
im asking how does their forecast two years out (previously shown to be worthless) affect markets
RBA have signaled their intention to raise rates even higher. It affects borrowing costs, earnings yield etc.
RBA signalled their intention to keep rates at 0 until 2024 at one point to
The wording you pasted just has some minor change to their vague predictions about future inflation
Which have previously been proven worthless
Seems meaningless to me
the MB crew is also wanking themselves raw over his promises of multiple rate hikes
its all jaw boning
He wants a recession so rates and inflation will go down
he doesn’t have that much control over things otherwise
What’s MB saying these days about all these rate rises and prolonged inflation forecast?
They seem to be more sensible about it now. Warning about increased repayments rather than outlandish predictions of 40-60% house price falls.
Using their 45% increase in repayments as a guide, and assuming 20% deposit. I have it at around 25% lower prices:
20% + 80% / 145% = 75.17%. Although that is overstated if you factor in rising wages.
phil the cuck strikes again
I am starting to like the bloke. They will piss him off this year for sure.
he didnt really do anything wrong
A monkey could do his job
what does he even do? pull up the 2 year on google, ah better go for 0.25
gets paid 1m a year to press a button that says 0.25 every month
how do i get a gig like that for real
by being a sycophant your entire life?
Blowing the right people?
Attorney General and all time twat with an arrogance level off the charts (yes I met him and can confirm) Mark Dreyfus talks about his pet project the new National Anti Corruption Commission:
Mr Dreyfus defended the salaries being paid; $728,900 for the commissioner, $569,470 for the deputy commissioner and $427,000 for the chief executive. The base pay for the chief justice of the High Court is currently $624,880.
“We wanted to make sure that we attracted the best possible field. But the salary package is still less than secretaries of departments, for example.”
This guy will also be responsible for setting up The Voice committees…
He didn’t really do anything right either. Just another politician who will become a fall guy.
He will get his $300k pension for life. I don’t think he will be too upset.
They could probably sack him and many others at the RBA, replace them with ChatGPT and no one would notice the difference.
The people who get the blame instead of him will notice a difference…
It’s like being flogged with a wet lettuce
He’s like eunuch that lost the shaft too.
LoL – hope you put a link to this page in youtube comments for the Q&A vid.
Aussie Bloke Grateful for Shithouse Lax Sentencing Laws.
No worries, half wit Asian tries to rob a bunch of already vulnerable people, sends threatening text messages etc.
Only only gets 18 months “community corrections order” and 100 hours community work, basically because he’s an inept fuckhead.
We already have enough Eshays looking to scam us without importing them like this nasty prick.
Welcome to EZFKA fuckhead.
think the greens are on to something here
there is absolutely no need for the OCR to be anything other than zero
and no need for the federal government to issue bonds
Why should anyone get a risk free return?
Japan has shown that we don’t need a private bond market anyway
private banks could be stripped of their ability to create loans and new money
Money creation could be returned to the hands of the “people” (or government in this case)
I might vote for them if they keep going down this extremist path
Much better than the “neoliberal on bicycles” that they were previously
Since they love protests, it would be great to see the Greens get together with that property investor club that staged a protest outside the RBA offices.
I’m sure all the young Green supporters who don’t have a hope of owning a home will be there to support the dreams of asset owners. Property Investor Lives Matter!
Channel 7 Brisbane News Wednesday night just ran a segment entitled “Welcome Nack!” Showing Chinese students arriving off the plane and being given some welcome packs or some shit…
I shit you not.
This is a fucked place EZFKA.
Welcome Back of course.
Slimy Chinese cunt being interviewed even had the tiny balls to complain how hard it was to find rental accommodation.
The media of EZFKA promote this shit, the citizens allow it, and the Police in each state enforce it. Why?
Some fake concern from their ABC:
Nothing about the root cause.
I see Albo has just sent another $10m to “ Türkiye “
none for Syria of course
Must also be time to send another few bushmasters to Ukraine. Surely the ones we sent already have been blown up.
But they got a heap of Bradley’s. But in the meantime the MSM will keep going with the propaganda ignoring what is really happening
Chinese youth laughing at EZFKA unit holders.
Fucking sound worse than a wounded animal but their message is clear:
This is hilarious