Weekend Links, June 26-27, 2021

Days since last...

Welcome to the Weekend Links for June 26-27, 2021! So this week got exciting. Mostly because of a bloke called John McAfee pulled an Epstein. What is an Epstein you ask? An Epstein is when you are rich and powerful, have potentially incriminating evidence on other rich and powerful folks, and then Madame Clinton has … Read more

Weekend Links, JunE 18-19, 2021

ohnoes... its the popo's

Welcome to the Weekend Links for June 18-19, 2021!! We are very excited to have you here. How excited? Well, last week was the first time the comment count here at EZFKA exceeded that at MB (from whence we came lol!). Some (much) of the credit here goes to Peachy, so if you see her … Read more

Scott Morrison to introduce new “immigrant sob story” visa for migrants with no legal basis to stay in Australia

The Morrison government is understood to be in talks to introduce a new type of visa to EZFKA, that would allow migrants with no legal case but can run a convincing sob story, to stay in the country. The idea has been floated in the wake of the Tamil family saga, currently being saturated across … Read more

Weekend Links, June 12-13, 2021

Bigfoot Flipping You Off

Welcome to the Weekend Links, June 12-13, 2021. We think this week will be kind of quiet. Why? Because lots is happening and everyone is hoping it does not end up biting them in the rear. What is happening? Well – the big ones are: The medical shit show also known as Covid-19 is going … Read more

BTC legal tender in El Salvador

So what does this mean for btc? In the grand scheme of things probably not a huge amount but is a step forward in it’s legitimacy. What it does do is pose some really interesting questions. Firstly, why is El Salvador choosing to add btc to it’s current legal tender, the almighty USD. Presumably they … Read more

Brett Sutton reveals “COVID Strain Name Generator” supercomputer used for determining arbitrary lockdowns

Exclusive: Victorian CMO Brett Sutton has given reporters an exclusive look at the supercomputer responsible for generating superfluous reasoning for ongoing lockdowns in Victoria. The supercomputer, alluded to by Premier Daniel Andrews last year and developed in conjunction with the CCP, generates random names for COVID strains and calculates just how many cases are needed … Read more

The Show Trial of Derek Chauvin

Derek Chauvin has been found guilty by a jury of his ‘peers’ of second degree murder, third degree murder, and manslaughter (!) almost one year after the death of patron saint and didndunuffin exemplar George Floyd within his custody. For those of you unfamiliar, George Floyd was an alleged perp and ex convicted perp of … Read more

Woke Weekend Links (5/5/21-6/5/21)

With some trepidation, I have tried to put myself in the shoes of some of my more social justice oriented acquaintances to compile a weekend links that reflects their interests. I’m not going to throw in many critiques – that’s your job. I don’t do pics and videos. Sorry.

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Weekend Links, June 5-6, 2021

Monkey Throwing Poop

Welcome to the Weekend Links for June 5-6, 2021! We are very happy you decided to join the motley crew here, and hope you have a good time flinging poo around! This weekend seems weird. The world is weird too – calm before the storm and all that. News is slowly stopping making any sense … Read more

Sydney house prices up 150% after Chinese nuclear strike hits CBD

Property prices in Sydney have exploded to all-time highs after China launched a nuclear first strike on the east coast EZFKA city. After both countries traded firey rhetoric all week, China finally called Australia’s bluff and launched a first strike against Australia’s most populous city. Minutes after the ICBM impacted downtown Sydney, Domain recorded a … Read more

Coles, Woolworths report Mehreen Faruqi’s new book sold out as Melbourne’s toilet paper shortage worsens

Greens Senator Mehreen Faruqi has timed the release of her new book “Too Migrant, Too Muslim, Too Loud” to perfection it seems as supermarkets across Melbourne have reported it sold out, as toilet paper shortages return to the EZFKA city. Coles and Woolworths have reported that sales of the book have been through the roof … Read more

Middle-class crushing lockdowns will continue until Victorians submit to vaccine, says Merlino

Acting Victorian Premier James Merlino has stated that arbitrary lockdowns targeting the middle class will continue, until enough Victorians submit to experimental COVID vaccines. In the face of Victoria’s imploding economy, Merlino has stated that Victoria’s small businesses will be wearing the brunt of the losses if there is no uptake in vaccines. “As the … Read more

Morrison says Australians will need a vaccine jab for all 204 countries and their respective variants

EZFKA Prime Minister Scott Morrison has stated that Australians will require regular vaccine updates for all 204 countries and variants of COVID, as they arise. With new COVID threats emerging every week, the Prime Minister has found innovative new ways to get on top of it in spite of hotel quarantine and get Aussies lining … Read more

Study finds wearing high visibility clothing on Melbourne construction sites provides complete immunity from COVID

A new study has found that construction workers in the EZFKA city of Melbourne are completely immune to COVID during lockdowns. The study, conducted by the Lowy Institute and Property Council of Australia, found that tradies working on construction sites wearing high visibility clothing were 100% immune to all strains of COVID. Acting Premier James … Read more

Victorian government employee wins “Snitch of the Year” award after shutting down 100 businesses for QR code violations

A Victorian government employee has won the coveted Victorian “Snitch of the Year” award for 2020, for his outstanding work shutting down businesses failing to comply with QR code check-ins. David Goldberg, an employee with the Victorian DHHS, was celebrated for shutting down over 105 businesses during 2020 lockdowns that failed to enforce the controversial … Read more

Weekend Links, May 22-23, 2021

The Medical Dictatorship Is Killing Humanity

Welcome to the Weekend Links for May 22-23, 2021. We are really glad to have you here, and we hope that the discussion here is enjoyable, thought-provoking and maybe just a little bit subversive. Woot! There is clearly a problem with the professions today. The level of respect for professionals across the board is falling. … Read more

Weekend Links, May 15-16, 2021

Rockets are seen in the night sky fired towards Israel from Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip on May 14, 2021. - Israel bombarded Gaza with artillery and air strikes on Friday, May 14, in response to a new barrage of rocket fire from the Hamas-run enclave, but stopped short of a ground offensive in the conflict that has now claimed more than 100 Palestinian lives. As the violence intensified, Israel said it was carrying out an attack "in the Gaza Strip" although it later clarified there were no boots on the ground. (Photo by ANAS BABA / AFP)

Welcome to the Weekend Links, for the 15-16 of May, 2021! We are very happy you decided to stop by this little den of inequity and wrong think, and please leave your biases at the door. This week was exciting in the WW3 department, so instead of bashing Australian politicians and feminists, today we will … Read more