Licking dunny seats and punishing ThoughtCrime

Caption: Stunning and brave.

Licking dunny seats and charging fifty bucks for a “cum show” is apparently just fine with the woke crowd – just don’t slip up with their pronouns. “Welcome to the shit show,” indeed. Quote:

A video of a gender-fluid sex worker licking a toilet went viral on Twitter Monday, winning its star instant fame.

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Who’s on board then?

By Lindsay Perigo


March 17, 2019 at 3:10 pm.

The International Union for Muslim Scholars (IUMS) has called on non-Muslim countries to ban Islamophobia, following the killing of dozens of people on a deadly attack on two mosques in New Zealand.

“IUMS calls on non-Muslim countries to ban the spread of hatred against Islam and Muslims,” IUMS President Ahmed al-Raisouni said in a statement at the conclusion of a 2-day session held in Istanbul on Friday. end of quote


I have a better idea. Why don’t all countries require all people—citizens, non-citizen residents or visitors—within their jurisdiction, as a prerequisite for being within their jurisdiction, to sign the following pledge:

“Just as I reserve the right to hold and express my opinions on any matter whatsoever, I promise to respect the right of all others to do the same. I renounce unreservedly the use of coercion and violence in the promotion of my opinions.”

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Pauline Hanson’s One Nation battles its “racist” image

Caption: Former Labor leader Mark Latham is leading Pauline Hanson’s One Nation in the NSW election.

When Pauline Hanson first appeared on the Australian political scene, back in the mid-90s, the legacy media and the left erupted in an almost onanistic orgy of self-righteousness. After whining about racism that seemed to exist mostly inside their tiny little minds, here at long last was a realio-trulio racist for them to shout at.

Is Hanson a racist? She has previously challenged her detractors to highlight one racist remark she has made – and taken their subsequent silence as validation. At the same time, however, her early comments about Australia being “swamped by Asians” were at the very least, to be maximally generous, phrased poorly. In the quarter-century since, though, Hanson seems to have at least broadened her outlook at the same time as she has undoubtedly acquired hard-won political smarts. Today, One Nation runs Asian, Indian and Muslim candidates, while Hanson’s chief advisor is openly gay. Quote:

NSW One Nation leader Mark Latham…hit back at claims his party had fuelled xenophobic discourse and contributed to a “fertile breeding ground for Islamophobic culture”, as published in the Washington Post last week.

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Map of the day

% of Population Adhering to Largest Religion

Where “religion” includes “no religion” and the broadest definition of any given religion is adopted (e.g. Catholicism, Orthodoxy, and Protestantism are all Christians; Sunni and Shi’a are treated as part of Islam). Note the lack of pluralities- there is a majority religion in virtually every country.

A minute’s silence

Stuff doesn’t mention climate change

Showing the variation in pressure, compared to normal, during the positive phase of the SAM – NZ Metservice

I read the article twice, then I did a word search for ‘climate’ and there were zero hits. What is going on? The article even manages to get a quote from James Renwick without him blaming climate change. I went and had a lie down.Quote.

Move over El Nino, and make room for SAM.

While attention over the summer focused on the much-promised but yet to arrive El Nino, SAM – or the Southern Annular Mode, to give it its proper name – has been working away quietly in the background determining our weather.

Forecasters are becoming increasingly enamoured with SAM for the valuable guidance it gives of likely weather conditions up to two weeks ahead.

[Southern Annular Mode] (SAM) measures the strength of the “polar vortex”, the ring of westerly winds which encircle the Antarctic.

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Breaking: As promised, Trump has signed an EO protecting free speech on federally funded campuses

Making the most of a massacre

There is nothing like a massacre of Muslims in a western country to bolster your election chances… if you are Recep Tayyip Erdogan, that is. All the goodwill shared between Turkey and New Zealand (and Australia) lies bleeding on the ground now that Erdogan has an election to win.

This is a shame, particularly when we share the tragedy of Gallipoli, over a hundred years ago, and we thought that there was a blood tie between the two countries as a result. But hey. Such things as goodwill and international diplomacy pale into insignificance when your political future is on the line. Let’s just say, if he does not win the election, he might not be wise to try a career in international diplomacy. quote.

Australia’s national security agencies are reviewing whether it is safe to travel to Gallipoli for Anzac Day services while their prime minister, Scott Morrison, considers expelling Turkey’s ambassador.

Morrison was considering the expulsion over “highly offensive and highly reckless” comments made at a political rally by Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Morrison met with the ambassador at Australia’s Parliament House on Wednesday morning, where he asked for Erdogan to withdraw the remarks made overnight. end quote.

Erdogan has even been using the video made by He Who Must Not Be Named (thank you, Jacinda, or should I say, JK Rowling) in his election campaign. If that is not a special kind of sick, I am not sure what would be. quote.

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Bob Jones on the Christchurch massacre, tolerance, injustice & the killer

Bob Jones

For the full version of Bob Jones’ post on “No Punches Pulled”

On Christchurch

My plea is to cut the mush. This was a world-class loser-instigated one-off occurrence. A short, rather dim fat kid lacking friends or social skills, trying to compensate through body building, who became obsessed with cultural purity then did a warped and terrible thing.

Good Lord! Britain, France, Belgium, Spain, Nigeria, Kenya, Australia and many other countries have endured numerous random, mainly Muslim-inspired mass killing bombing and machine-gunning attacks over the last decade, while continuing to stage major sporting events. America has copped lots of so-called right-wing nutter slaughters but boxed on with major sporting events.

They do not feature body-scanning of their audiences or the presence of gun-toting soldiers. The hard reality is that these attacks are both random and rare, thus almost impossible to avoid.

A Waikato university Law Professor piped up saying he’d warned of this possibility a couple of years back due to the inadequacy of our gun laws. What he ignores is that most of the foreign Muslim terrorist attacks, Africa excepted, have been achieved with explosives with much greater death tolls than Christchurch.

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