Regular readers probably realise that I haven’t been a big supporter of One Nation, particularly this time around. I had very low expectations when they were elected, but still managed to overestimate them.

However, a couple of weeks ago, they put up a vote in the Senate on whether to give citizens a vote on immigration, In doing so, Pauline and Malcolm did us a real solid favour.

The problem with politicians is that when they get into Parliament they change. I’m not sure what they put in the water in that place but whatever it is, it has a devastating effect on the truth glands.

Pauline has been no exception. Up until now, she has squandered the opportunity given her by the voters, favouring career stability over a chance to make a real difference.

Unfortunately, successful politicians are like weather vanes – they point the way the political wind blows. Those who don’t, are not successful.

Our job then, is to create the wind. It would be nice to think that the light breeze emanating from the Pickering Post has helped put some wind in their sails.

Maybe having Malcolm back has helped to steel her spine. Maybe it is Mark Latham’s influence. He is doing great work calling out Gary Burns and the NSW Anti-Discrimination Board.

Whatever the reason, Pauline’s vote in the Senate for a plebiscite on immigration was a huge favour to the people of Australia.

It showed us all, that our leaders (and their leaders) have absolutely no intention of allowing the lumpenproletariat to have a say over who gets to have political power in this country (by being gifted citizenship in in the hundreds of thousands).

For those who weren’t paying attention, John Howard spelled it out when he was the head of this particular den of iniquity. “We’ll decide who comes here,” he declared. Do I need to translate?

Still the best horse in the glue factory, but with friends like this……

Voting on PHON’s resolution, the Senate reiterated this sentiment. “We’ll decide who comes here,” they said. Every single Senator except for Pauline and Malcolm voted against the motion.

The Liberals were strident in defence of their position.

Before the election, Scott Morrison had promised that the migration intake would be cut from 190,000 to 160,000 as part of the government’s “congestion-busting” approach.

Yep, increasing the population by 160,000 per year will really slash congestion. Pure genius Scotty.

Liberal Senator Amanda Stoker said cutting migration further would have “catastrophic” consequences for the economy.

She didn’t bother backing up her rhetoric by producing detailed figures, mapping, projections or other tiresome stuff.

I mean, just because this is such a crucial issue, we shouldn’t actually expect these clowns to take it seriously. After all, it’s not like they were discussing their pension increases or anything.

Kudos to Pauline and Malcolm, however. They shied away from addressing the makeup of the intake unfortunately.

Just putting up this issue for a vote however, forced every other politician to nail their colours to the mast and show the level of contempt they have for the chumps who pay their salaries.

We had to vote Liberal in the lower house at the last election, but for those of you who voted Liberal in the Senate, congratulations. At least the wrong globalist puppets didn’t get in.

Guy Fawkes must be burning in his grave.

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“Liberal Senator Amanda Stoker said cutting migration further would have “catastrophic” consequences for the economy.”

GDP growth dependent on greater population growth, is not economic growth at all. PPP or GDP per head of population, along with our standard of living, is actually dropping.

Some net immigration was necessary to maintain a static population, because we had a low birth-rate. However this is probably no-longer the case due to the high reproductive rate of Muslim refugees, incentivised by our generous welfare system.

Meanwhile our base of full-time tax-paying workers is reducing.

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Pauline Hanson is fighting the ”$10,000.00 with drawl limit in cash [good on her ] .there are other arse holes who want it reduced to $2000.00 ,are we living in China now, or North Korea? ,its our money ,not theirs ,what happened to a FREE country ???? ummm EFF YOU SCOMO !!!! ,what next, how much gold or silver we can own ? or we have to declare how much we own, or get fined ? gets worse by the day this country………………

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RoseB

Missionchris,
Re
head injuries,I was not suggesting many cricketers had died, just that the current medical treatment is to rest and observe any head injury as serious subdural bleeds can occur over many days and not be diagnosed initially.
Please do not call me Rose Batty, I have no wish to be compared with that woman in any way,
Thanks.

GTD
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GTD

New post up👆 there

blyth
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blyth

Scott Morrison brings up an interesting point,the amount of trawling by Asian , mostly Chinese fishermen ( and others i believe,)working around the Pacific, add in the massive amounts of waste that Asian countries ie mainly China and the Indian sub continent but others as well allow to enter the Pacific Ocean , just why are we getting the blame for some thing that is only a theory anyway,I have seen videos where hundreds of sharks are caught and their fins cut off and dumped, Marlin caught in kilometres long gill nets,and long lines and so on , as they… Read more »

Disraeli
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Disraeli

I went out on a date with Simile.

I don’t know what I metaphor.

Tim Vine

Disraeli
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Disraeli

So…….. who’s missing???…………..

Disraeli
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Disraeli

After Epstein’s Death, Time for Full Justice
by Alan M. Dershowitz
August 19, 2019 at 4:00 am

https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/14743/jeffrey-epstein-alan-dershowitz-justice

Summary in replies….

vecchio
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vecchio

Jones is right! That dill should put a sock in it!
So should all of the CC fraudsters.

Disraeli
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Disraeli
johnsamson
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johnsamson

The US presidency has 8 missing years until Donald Trump showed up.

Our next great stride to success has been delayed by putting Morrison before Dutton. Ripping off the Scam Paris Climate deal would be the first real step toward greatness…

Disraeli
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Disraeli

16 replies. Cheers guys. I feel so loved. :-))

disgusted1
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disgusted1

An illustration clip of what’s involved in a sex change operation. Omfg, no thankyou. https://twitter.com/i/status/1161617485637963776

shango
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shango

If these Pacific nation rent-seekers want to get into bed with China, they should be under no illusion as to who will end up screwing whom. The tribal hubris of these big top men may end up costing their nations dearly.

Missionchris
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Missionchris

Smith was ruled out of batting, as when he awoke up he had a slight headache and a bit of grogginess……..If that was the mantra of yesteryear Dougie Walters would never have batted……just saying.

JeffofFNQ
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JeffofFNQ
Trumby
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Trumby

The South Sea Islander mob reckon they are not paupers with their hand out to Australia for money to survive so they said today and they reckon they don’t need our money at all so they said to NZ radio today so let’s see them prove it after we get our $500 million back first .

Harry Flashman
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Harry Flashman

Seems the Navy might finally be getting around to identifying the man whose unrecognizable body was found, drifting on a Carley Float, three months after HMAS Sydney was lost with all hands, off the Western Australian coast on November 19th, 1941 – nearly 80 years ago. “West Australian” has the full story.

BruceRugby
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BruceRugby

Could we see something like this before the Ashes have run their course. It won’t take much, because deep down if Warner fires and the head-hunter Archer lights the fuse, we could see history repeat itself. Remember Miandad and Lillee? Well refresh the vision.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sfg3CK4PN8

BlackRoo
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BlackRoo

Why are politicians being paid to waste time for 0.00504% of our population.
Thats the number of Haemaphodites we have
They’ve got by before the “progressives” put them in the spotlight.

Matt Damon
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Matt Damon

CBS owns channel 10, Soros channel 9, Lunatics run SBS and ABC with our money. 7 probably a few Saudi princes, JP Morgan nominees Aus Ltd, Kerry Stokes. I don’t regret turning the TV off 4 yrs ago.

cinerama
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cinerama

The heater that started the fire in a block of flats in Sydneys eastern suburbs was purchased days before in Bunnings.
By Jesus that store sells some rubbish, yes they will give you a refund but you have to drive back to return the shit, I wonder with the receipt destroyed by fire if Bunnings will give a refund on the shitbox heater.

Disraeli
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Disraeli

PM Morrison wants public service to adopt the military’s Code of Honour – and much more
Monday, 19 August 2019
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has delivered an important speech to his Ministers and the Public Service today.

It’s long overdue.

https://www.michaelsmithnews.com/2019/08/pm-morrison-wants-public-service-to-adopt-the-militarys-code-of-honour-and-much-more.html

Article in replies…

Disraeli
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Good photo. What a bloke.

Tony Abbott still serving his community

Monday, 19 August 2019
The cutting down of Tony Abbott in his prime was and is a national tragedy – it’s great to see you getting on with life in such a positive way Tony!

Good on you!

https://www.michaelsmithnews.com/2019/08/tony-abbott-still-serving-his-community.html

Disraeli
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Disraeli

The $128 Trillion Rip-Off

The biggest theft in world history is occurring right here, right now–literally, right under our feet. It’s a theft of wealth that measures in the 15-digits–wealth that’s being taken away from its rightful owners, the American people, and being sacrificed, in effect, to the Green Gods of Austerity and Sacrifice.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2014/01/20/the-128-trillion-rip-off-yes-that-s-trillion-with-a-t/

Richardthethird
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Richardthethird

Today SCOMO gave a lecture to his Ministers and Senior Public Serpents —— one paragraph that stood out ” EXPECTATIONS OF THE PUBLIC HAVE NEVER BEEN GREATER AND JUST AS IT IS IN BUSINESS ,THE CUSTOMER — AND IN THIS CASE,THE PUBLIC– IS ALWAYS RIGHT ”
Whacko we are about to get — Coal powered electricity plants — more gas exploration — resignation from the EU —- immediate ban on immigration — returning misbehaving current freeloading immigrants back to their own shiteholes.
I believe that the above is only some of what the public wants.
Maybe much more to follow ???????????????

Disraeli
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Disraeli

Pinkerton: Why Buying Greenland Is One of Donald Trump’s Best Ideas

https://www.breitbart.com/science/2019/08/18/pinkerton-why-buying-greenland-donald-trump-best-ideas/

Article in replies…..

Disraeli
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Disraeli
cinerama
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cinerama

Just watching to news , by jingo, that coon bowler is the best since Denis Lillie.

Flysa
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Flysa

2GB is all Soros stock,
And Jonesy the Commos did shock,
He did Scomo’s job,
By shutting her gob,
And should not have said sock but said [ahem].

Floda
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Floda

Epstein Cadaver Appears to Have a Different Nose and Ears (Unhappy Body Double?)

https://dailystormer.name/the-body-of-epstein-appears-to-have-a-different-nose-and-ears/

rosa
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rosa

At Michael Smith News see the article re Adam Bandt. He seems to be getting too big for his boots and his 1 useless Green seat in the House of Reps. Perhaps he doesn’t yet understand how elections work!! The comments are good too.

Billy B
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In other words, Australian governments financed large increments of power supply in the 1980s to meet the demands of aluminium companies for new smelters. The pricing of power and other terms were secret — and largely remain secret — except for the Victorian deal. Victorian government decisions effectively maximised the public cost of subsidising aluminium, to a total of $4.5 billion on some estimates. But New South Wales and Queensland also built new power stations in line with what were (and are) very large claims on their grid — and power prices increased unexpectedly and very significantly in the years… Read more »

rosa
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rosa

Quadrant Online, Tim Blair, “Free Money Will Do That.”

BlackRoo
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BlackRoo

speaking of greens and communists, the red rag headed wife is asking for a $10 million dollar to resign!! Ha ha, does anyone watch Ch10?
How many minutes does she do? These commos sure want the world. The Weed and the perpetually (I hate the limelight) Bickmore each get $500K. Even that’s 400 too much.

Gentle Jack
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Gentle Jack

Pray for Rosemary’s Baby … she has just walked through the Planned Parenthood doors ….

Gentle Jack
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Gentle Jack

The ego-centric mouthy bitch has gone … finally

Wonder how the replacement will turn out?

Gentle Jack
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Gentle Jack

THE GREENS ARE REALLY COMMUNISTS …..

They, along with the ALP, want to see the destruction of our system of government and our free market economic model …. and have it replaced with a Chinese style socialist government and a command and planned economy (similar to the PRC today and that of the old USSR)

Does your friend or neighbour vote Labor /Green? … if so they are voting for a nightmare future for your children and grandchildren

bagman
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bagman

rest easy folks Were safe from Chinese buyouts Bk says so

bagman
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bagman

In terms of establishing a grasp on ‘who owns what’ of Australian farmland, the United Kingdom remains to have the greatest presence with 10.239mha owned in 2017-18 (26.1pc of total foreign ownership), compared to 9.752mha in 2016-17. Between 2016-17 and 2017-18, the UK had a 4.9pc growth in Australian farmland. China is second when it comes to having its stakes in Australian farmland, owning 9.169mha and 23.4pc of foreign-held farmland.China is our ninth largest foreign investor, with 1.8 per cent of the total investment that is not land held and it does not include what hong kong holds in investment… Read more »

Gentle Jack
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Gentle Jack

CHINESE HK ACTIVIST ABOUT TO BE SHOT

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MANY CHINESE STUDENTS IN AUSTRALIA CHEER AND SPY FOR THIS STYLE OF POPULATION CONTROL

Gentle Jack
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Gentle Jack

NO DEMOCRACY IN COMMUNIST CHINA

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JUST DEATH FOR ACTIVISTS

Billy B
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Billy B

The controversial history of aluminium smelting in Australia
Some say it was established because we had an abundance of cheap electricity
No various governments subsidized prices to ridiculous levels.

https://insidestory.org.au/deja-vu-all-over-again/

Remember this when blow-ins want to say otherwise.

Gentle Jack
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Gentle Jack

I have been astonished that men could die martyrs for religion – I have shuddered at it. I shudder no more – I could be martyred for my religion – Socialism is my religion – I could die for that.

Crazy Billy (real name withheld)

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