Certificate iii in Early Childhood Education and Care Perth | Certificate 3 in Childcare by childcarecoursespert in Australia

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I wouldn't trust anyone certified for "early childhood education and care" anywhere near a child.

The system is entirely corrupted by paedos.

3747 Australians died last year while trying to make a perfect selfie by TheRealPanzer in Australia

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3747 Australians died last year while trying to make a perfect selfie

100% lie and click bait.

Grasp Cooking Techniques Taught in Commercial Cookery Courses by cookerycoursesperth in Australia

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Are you thinking of building a career in the field of hospitality management? Get to know about the different job prospects where a lucrative career awaits you.

New South Wales planning to install 1,000 electric charging bays by 2027 by denyo69 in Australia

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lmao

Australia learns nothing from the last 2.5 years of oppression and corruption, majority of the country has first preference vote for the two party majors. Solid proof that average person is still a retard. by Anman in Australia

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The problem is, you and me, we have lost things. We acknowledge it. We learn from history. The party in power in my state, the one that had the harshest restrictions and saw 30% of small business wiped out and people entering poverty left, right center, the one with the worst police brutality and most corrupt government, literally was just voted back in, double strength. The opposition was wiped out. They wanted more. You could literally go through the capital city and 2/3 of the businesses had for lease on them. People for months were not allowed to leave their homes or travel more than 10kms in some places. Yet, every one seems to want more. These people are not like you or me.

Australia learns nothing from the last 2.5 years of oppression and corruption, majority of the country has first preference vote for the two party majors. Solid proof that average person is still a retard. by Anman in Australia

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I live in this country. I have watched all these things happen live, as the government comes to peoples houses and threatens prison for people who posts videos of corrupt cops and all the nasty shit the government does. So every one lives steams everything now. I have seen it all happen here. It has happened to me, my friends. Myself and most of my associates can not get normal jobs anymore. We spent a year saving money for when my contract would be illegally cancelled so we can try and keep our house. Only for the value of that cash to die, as, expect. I never keep cash reserves because its seriously unsafe, but was forced to because our government wants me to not only lose my house, but die.

And I spend a large amount of my time looking for good people. They are next to none. I am not kidding when I say 9/10 people in this country and lost causes and not worth the time. You can't even plant a seed of change in them, because of how programmed they are. These are not good people. They are horrible people.

Australia learns nothing from the last 2.5 years of oppression and corruption, majority of the country has first preference vote for the two party majors. Solid proof that average person is still a retard. by Anman in Australia

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No.

Good people do not support shooting unarmed protesters.

Good people do not support using military assets to prevent people from leaving their homes.

Good people do not support the building of walls in the middle of towns to literally prevent people from going to the other side.

Good people do not support putting people into camps and shooting at them if they try to escape.

Good people do not support a government that arrests political opponents on fake charges.

Good people do not support the violent separation of children from parents in the streets. Or the arresting of children.

Good people do not support a police force that has no qualms about breaking skulls in public, just because people are standing around in the wrong place, or in the wrong coloured shirt, or even if they are just standing around calmy talking to other police.

Good people do not support forcing the entire population to take an experimental medical procedure that kills more than it saves.

Good people do not support having 15-20% of the work force forced out of work and onto the streets because they refuse to be genetically modified.

Good people do not support a government that then offers no financial assistance to these same people, who at the same time then have their home loan interest rates raised on them once their financial reserves are drained.

Good people do not support a government that takes itself to court, then puts itself into a never ending appeals process, so it never has to explain why it is doing any of the things it is doing.

Good people do not support the constant increase in taxes, that are spent on other countries when this country is suffering.

This is just a few off the top of my head.

Good people do not live in ignorance of all the many evils that go on around them every day.

So take your "good" people, and fuck off into a volcano.

Hard Qs with Scott Morrison (6 minutes) by Tiwaking in Australia

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Hey Australia. Your Prime Minister, you know that "Guy from Down Under"? He really sucks at his job.

Red Sky Digital Ventures Ltd by Redskydigital in Australia

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Energy poverty in the climate crisis: what Australia and the European Union can learn from each other by Ardeet in Australia

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The bottom line seems to be that, at this stage at least, the more energy product moves to renewables the more expense it becomes and reform the more it disadvantages lower income people.

The solution, (perhaps unsurprisingly from The Conversation), seems to be more bureaucracy and more regulations.

Manufacturing is declining in Australia. But these young entrepreneurs are bucking the trend by Ardeet in Australia

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Always encouraging to see young a new breed of young entrepreneurs building the next steps forward for Australia.

Hillsong founder Brian Houston drops bombshell announcement on congregation in Australia by Tiwaking in Australia

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The founder of the Evangelical Hillsong Church in Australia, Brian Houston, dropped a bombshell on his worshippers today, announcing he was stepping aside from all church activities while he defends allegations he concealed his father's child sexual abuse.

The pastor for the powerful evangelical church was charged in October last year with one count of concealing the serious indictable offence of another person.

Police allege Houston knew from September 1999 that his father Frank Houston had indecently assaulted a male in 1970.

Police ordered to GET OUT by Queensland café owner & Angry Locals #FilmThePolice #Raw (21:53) ~ Milika*Creative*ARTS by JasonCarswell in Australia

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Windsor resistance will soon be organizing online here: https://Projex.Wiki/wiki/Main_Page#Windsor and anyone may organize their own regions, communities, and groups.

Police ordered to GET OUT by Queensland café owner & Angry Locals #FilmThePolice #Raw (21:53) ~ Milika*Creative*ARTS by JasonCarswell in Australia

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Have you seen this disgusting bit of propaganda? https://files.catbox.moe/t8rcnm.mp4

Damn I start to think that Aussies are truly and deeply fucked, but then I see a vid like what OP posted and I get a little hope for them. Now if only Canadians could show some balls and brains. Instead of mildly bleating along with what our leaders tell us to do 'for our own good'.

Novak Djokovic wins appeal against deportation from Australia by Tiwaking in Australia

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if they didn't want to let him play they should have told him and then he wouldn't have gone to australia. They tricked him so they could grandstand.

Novak Djokovic wins appeal against deportation from Australia by Tiwaking in Australia

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Archived link: https://archive.ph/IjE6u
They can still deport him apparently. The Australian government is just packed to the brim with feckless retards

Novak Djokovic wins appeal against deportation from Australia Djokovic told border officials he was unvaccinated and had been infected with COVID twice, according to a transcript of an interview revealed in court. Monday 10 January 2022 09:51, UK

Novak Djokovic has won an appeal to stay in Australia, with a judge freeing him from hotel detention. The tennis star had been forced to stay in the Melbourne hotel after being blocked by border officials last week ahead of the Australian Open. Djokovic believes his COVID infection last month means he is exempt from a rule that non-Australians must be vaccinated to enter the country. However, Djokovic's father told Sky News this morning that his son had been "arrested" by the Australian government - a claim that has not yet been verified.

Judge Anthony Kelly said Djokovic had provided border officials with a medical exemption given to him by Tennis Australia and two medical panels. "The point I'm somewhat agitated about is what more could this man have done?" Mr Kelly said.

The judge quashed the decision to revoke the visa, saying it was "unreasonable" - and that the player hadn't been given enough time to respond after being notified of the cancellation. Djokovic had told border officials he was unvaccinated and had been infected with COVID twice, according to a transcript of an interview revealed in court. The player has never publicly revealed his vaccination status. Airport officials also made him switch off his phone from midnight to around 7.42 am, when the decision to cancel his visa was made, the judge added. A group of around 50 supporters, many draped in the Serbian flag, celebrated outside the Melbourne court. However, it may not be the end of the row.

Lawyers for immigration minister Alex Hawke said he was reserving the right to exercise his power to again revoke the visa. Sky reporter Nicole Johnston, outside the detention hotel, said: "Essentially the court found there was a failure in due process - that it wasn't fair - so for now we wait to hear from the federal government." The Australian Open begins on 17 January, with the Serbian star bidding to become the most successful men's player ever.

Djokovic's lawyers said the player should have been allowed entry because he had recently had COVID and "was entitled to a medical exemption in accordance with Australian government rules". They filed papers that showed he tested positive last month and recovered. Djokovic provided evidence before he travelled to Australia and when he landed on Wednesday, the court heard. Lawyers also showed that the 34-year-old had received a letter from Tennis Australia's chief medical officer on 30 December stating that he had been given an exemption on these grounds.

It said Djokovic's first positive test was on 16 December and, on the date of issue, he "had not had a fever or respiratory symptoms in the past 72 hours".

Without reliable case data, how does Australia know where the pandemic is going? by Ardeet in Australia

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What does this mean for modelling?

Australian governments have relied on modelling to make public health decisions throughout the pandemic.

However, the accuracy of much of the modelling released by health authorities has been mixed.

Modelling is not science.

Despite the many advantages of creating models and using them to speculate about the future the problem is that lazy journalists and self serving politicians have conned the public into believing these tools are scientific fact.

Australia in 2021: What the Media Won't Tell You (Part 2) (8:40) ~ reallygraceful by JasonCarswell in Australia

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Repost it within 2-8 hours from now for prime SaidIt-noticing hours (~ 12 noon to 6pm weekdays EST, in my experience).

Australia in 2021: What the Media Won't Tell You (Part 2) (8:40) ~ reallygraceful by JasonCarswell in Australia

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"They need to be humbled and soon." — Really Graceful

She needs to be heard by even more people. Thank you Jason.

If this is coal's last hurrah, what's the plan for central Queensland? by Ardeet in Australia

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When it comes to federal politics, she says people in Taroom feel a sense of disconnect. She understands the appeal of minority parties.

“I think they feel [politicians] are forgetting about the country people and more just worrying about what city people want.”

That seemed to be a common sentiment from many of the people interviewed in this story.

While electorates are created to reflect population density (as I understand it) there is undoubtedly an advantage for politicians in targeting and swaying dense urban centres.

Things are changing and across the coal seats of Flynn, Capricornia and Dawson, where two popular coalition MPs are retiring. Two of the three Labor candidates work in the coal industry.

Then there are the potent additions of Pauline Hanson and Clive Palmer to the mix at the next federal election. Coal, and the jobs it creates, will once again be a key concern of the campaign cycle.

The upcoming Federal election continues to look interesting. Minor parties are gaining in popularity after many years under the Coalition and Labor looks like it will have an issue presenting a unified message.

Prime minister calls for an end to COVID-19 vaccine mandates | 7NEWS (11:54) ~ 7NEWS Australia by JasonCarswell in Australia

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He's up for re-election and already knows he is going to lose. This is too little too late

Australian TOTALITARIAN Tourism Commercial – 14 Reasons to Visit! (10:03) ~ AwakenWithJP by JasonCarswell in Australia

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Satire like this can bring down governments. Keep up the good work.

Facebook blocks Australian users from viewing or sharing news by JasonCarswell in Australia

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They took the guns first.

‘Killed like animals’: documents reveal how Australia turned a blind eye to a West Papuan massacre by Ardeet in Australia

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Unfortunately the lives of these West Papuan people mean less than the secret negotiations, secret intelligence projects and secret machinations of the bureaucrats who serve The State.

The “truth” is always released too late to action but just in time for history to record a sham of openness.

The same type of rancid bureaucrats who hide and twist the truth of massacres like this are the same type twisting truth to justify their current massacre of our freedoms.

Federal government chose not to stockpile COVID treatment despite being warned of likely global shortage by Ardeet in Australia

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Apparently the bleeding heart liberals in Australia's establishment gave most of their vaccines away to poor countries as well.

So mass house arrest it is then.

Federal government chose not to stockpile COVID treatment despite being warned of likely global shortage by Ardeet in Australia

[–]Airbus320 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Go eat kangaroos

Federal government chose not to stockpile COVID treatment despite being warned of likely global shortage by Ardeet in Australia

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Well this is a puzzling story.

We keep getting told "listen to the experts" yet:

The peak body of immunologists and allergists, the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy, wrote to Health Minister Greg Hunt and then-Chief Medical Officer Brendan Murphy in May last year urging them to buy up Tocilizumab because of the likelihood of a worldwide shortage.

...

However, Mr Hunt wrote back to the society a month later saying the jury was still out on the effectiveness of drugs such as Tocilizumab in treating COVID-19 and that the government did not need to rush to procure the drug.

And we keep getting told that safe and existing drugs can't be used for Covid without extensive and onerous trials yet a drug that is still covered by profitable patents:

The drug Tocilizumab, which is marketed as Actemra, was originally developed to treat sufferers of conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, but has shown to be effective in treating people in the severe stages of COVID-19.

Ultimately though we know it's true science and robust journalism because there is an anecdote:

Three-year-old Elias Maher takes Tocilizumab to treat his juvenile arthritis.

Initially he was on steroids to treat his condition.

Never fear, our diligent bureaucrats are getting right on it:

The TGA said: "The Department of Health is working closely with the sponsor of Tocilizumab (Actemra) to monitor and respond to the evolving global supply situation."

"But weren't they the problem at the start of the story ...?"

"Shut up citizen. Go back to sleep."

New South Wales planning to install 1,000 electric charging bays by 2027 by denyo69 in Australia

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Won't they be embarrassed when Chinese hydrogen fuel cells take over from these ridiculous lithium fires on wheels? It's bound to happen there at the periphery of their empire, anyway, before the rest of the world.

New South Wales planning to install 1,000 electric charging bays by 2027 by denyo69 in Australia

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And they plan to let people out of their houses to use them by at least 2030.

Australia Bans Ivermectin - The Last Refuge by carn0ld03 in Australia

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Once they get your guns they take away all your other shit.

Australia Bans Ivermectin - The Last Refuge by carn0ld03 in Australia

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All those rosacea and parasite sufferers are just casualties of the war against treating disease, I guess.

Residents in a Sydney tower block under a strict coronavirus lockdown are having their alcohol deliveries policed. Six-beer limit for homes in strict lockdown. | news.com.au by JasonCarswell in Australia

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If those people vote for the incumbents next election they deserve all this shit.

Victoria, Australia will ‘LOCK OUT’ unvaccinated people from its economy by carn0ld03 in Australia

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I'm sorry Australia...you did this to yourselves....

You know how to fix it and you will eventually.

Victoria, Australia will ‘LOCK OUT’ unvaccinated people from its economy by carn0ld03 in Australia

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Play this 2min clip of King Cuck of Victoria leader of the dumb fucking NWO poison Cuckodile Zombies:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEWhbkWWY0M

Premier Daniel Andrews says Vaccinated citizens in the state of Victoria will be allowed out of lockdown in the near future, but the Unvaccinated will remain in lockdown isolation.

Globalist tyrants are the biggest threat to humanity.

Zero respect for any Australian who doesn't fully resist the pipeline of continual medical tyranny.

Australia: Unprecedented surveillance bill rushed through parliament in 24 hours. by carn0ld03 in Australia

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First they got all their guns.

Video: Australian Police Pepper Spray Children For Not Wearing Face Masks by carn0ld03 in Australia

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These same ignorant pig cops are the scourge of every country in the so called developed world.

Report: 2 Kids DEAD After 24,000 Children Herded Into Stadium for Covid-19 Vaccine JAB! by carn0ld03 in Australia

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If the government tried this fuckery in my redneck of the woods politicians would die. I mean really die as in parents would actually do them grievous bodily injury. Never forget that there are about 400 MILLION guns in the United States.

Australian Government To Seize 24,000 Children, Vaccinate Them Without Parents Present In Massive Stadium - National File by carn0ld03 in Australia

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If the government tried this fuckery in my redneck of the woods politicians would die. I mean really die as in parents would actually do them grievous bodily injury. Never forget that there are about 400 MILLION guns in the United States.

Climate change: Australia wrestles with its coal mining dilemma by ActuallyNot in Australia

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Yes I remember when they banned CFCs.

And they seem to be correct about that. The ozone layer has been badly damaged, and the impacts on people and wildlife have been noticed.

And yes, China's system lends itself to breaking rules, as people within or close to the party are used to being above the law. I suspect that there's not a national policy of destroying the environment, but they're certainly less enlightened than the developed nations ... (at least now that the US has some rationality to their leadership).

And I do note that the ozone damage showed up primarily in the southern hemisphere, where China wasn't directly affected. And that their over-fishing is concentrated in marine reserves a long way from China.

Climate change: Australia wrestles with its coal mining dilemma by ActuallyNot in Australia

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https://www.reddit.com/r/terriblefacebookmemes/comments/mxaz6d/a_normal_occurrence_in_my_news_feed_for_context_i/

Remember when they banned cfc? it was global and absolute, due to a real threat...

Oh look. It's china again. Who could have guessed.

https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-48353341

It's always fucking China, as they abuse the environment, to gain control through finance.

Climate change: Australia wrestles with its coal mining dilemma by ActuallyNot in Australia

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I'm sorry. I can not continue this conversation anymore because you're submission links to a pay walled article.

I'm Just throwing darts in the dark here buddy. I have no clue what the actual topic even is....

Do you?

Climate change: Australia wrestles with its coal mining dilemma by ActuallyNot in Australia

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... okay ...

Just clarifying your position on this:

All climate change predictions are bullshit?

There's no one getting it right, except perhaps your good self?

Climate change: Australia wrestles with its coal mining dilemma by ActuallyNot in Australia

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Australia also burns a lot of coal for power generation. But certainly it used to export more to China.

But not at the moment.

It's a valid question as to whether you count the emissions associated with imports as your emissions.

Either way, Australia's emissions are much higher than just the power generation. On one hand there is a lot of coal exported. On the other there is a lot of cheaply made Chinese crap imported.

Climate change: Australia wrestles with its coal mining dilemma by ActuallyNot in Australia

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The climate change predictions today are just as much bullshit as the ones in the 1990's which claimed that Glacier National Park would be glacier free by 2020, when, in fact, those glaciers have grown considerably during that time. And guess what, it's the same exact people making the current baseless predictions. You've been lied to your entire life. Get over it.

Climate change: Australia wrestles with its coal mining dilemma by ActuallyNot in Australia

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So in the end. It's still China burning that coal, and not Australia.

Climate change: Australia wrestles with its coal mining dilemma by ActuallyNot in Australia

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Well China's not taking most Australian exports at the moment. But they used to, yes.

Climate change: Australia wrestles with its coal mining dilemma by ActuallyNot in Australia

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The one where they export that coal to their owners in China? Yep, that's quite a dilemma. Their corrupt government has sold them out.

Australian Samurai Expert Found Dead After Committing Suicide With His Sword - LADbible by carn0ld03 in Australia

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That takes guts. — I shouldn't joke but nowadays the most dangerous thing about Samurai Swords is buying a fake one. There are lots of them out there.

Australian Samurai Expert Found Dead After Committing Suicide With His Sword - LADbible by carn0ld03 in Australia

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u/hennaojichan be careful

Police forcibly EJECT journalist Avi Yemini from Dan Andrews press conference by Optimus85 in Australia

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Looks like those cops and the government need to be Gaddified AND Ceaușescued.

Beer brewing kit nerang by oxenerangacc in Australia

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Australia: 40% of Renters Can't Afford Essentials Due to COVID Lockdowns by Drewski in Australia

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funny there are all these articles about renters but what about the landlords who still have to pay their mortgages, taxes, utilities, insurance etc???? Here in the states they are banning most evictions.... yet us landlords still have to pay our mortgages. How odd.

Suggestion for Members of /s/Australia by KingCNUT in Australia

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Sooooo you joined us to advertise your Ruqqus.....what are they called, guilds?
shrug Okay then

It’s time for foreigners to go home - XYZ by Sw0rdofDam0cles in Australia

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long past time

Jeffrey Tucker - Madness in Melbourne by Drewski in Australia

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All because 147 people died in the state of Victoria (total population is 6.359 million), almost all of the deaths are over 70 with comorbidities, same as everywhere else in the world.

Gee, it's almost as if this 'virus' is a non-issue and is just an excuse to impose tyranny while they shut down the economy so they can transition us into a totalitarian commie dictatorship.

Australia Belongs to China! by ragnarkar in Australia

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This is no surprise. Just buy up and rent all the property back to us. They can't own land over there, so they just fucken buy it all here.

Teenager attacked by a gang of eight girls in Melbourne after she 'spoke to a boy one of them liked' by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

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Doesn't sell the papers mate. Nothing to get offended about here.

Teenager attacked by a gang of eight girls in Melbourne after she 'spoke to a boy one of them liked' by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

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Sickening that no one stepped in (fear of being labeled racist) and main stream news outlets refuse to air anything about it.

The article refers to the girls mother speaking to channel 7 news, yet on 7 news website there is no mention of it anywhere as it doesn't fit their agenda of "White Australia is racist and all immigrants are perfect".

Discord server for Australian Libertarians! by useless_aether in Australia

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What happened? Not up anymore?

What Were the Australian Bushfires Really About? (23:44) ~ Corbett Report Extras, 2020-02-11 by JasonCarswell in Australia

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Believe?

I've driven through the Cali fires in 2006, between SF and LA on the way to Joshua Tree.

I've seen the eucalyptus trees, especially on the way to Muir Woods, etc. They imported eucalyptus to SF to grow great forests for lumber - but they brought the wrong kind, so now Cali is infested with twisted eucalyptus that is NOT good lumber - AND it all smells terrible like cat piss.

I've burned hundreds of Xmas trees on the beach in San Fran (an annual event), and HOLY FUCKING SHIT they go up FAST!

I don't know. My grandfather worked with wood - but never with eucalyptus. Hard wood is more intense, takes longer to grow, and is more powerpacked than light pine. Without research my best guess - maybe.

But you've given me something to think on, maybe look up, and certainly something keep an ear open for.

What Were the Australian Bushfires Really About? (23:44) ~ Corbett Report Extras, 2020-02-11 by JasonCarswell in Australia

[–]Tom_Bombadil 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Fire is powerful stuff. So is weather.

You believe in super eucalyptus fires?

Have you ever burned a old Christmas tree?

Do you think that eucalyptus could burn more intensely than dry pine?

I don't buy it. :-/

What Were the Australian Bushfires Really About? (23:44) ~ Corbett Report Extras, 2020-02-11 by JasonCarswell in Australia

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Fire is powerful stuff. So is weather. Living in the desert you see some interesting effects of thermals - and then add fire to it and it's even more interesting. Fly safe, only in the mornings. San Francisco is cold and foggy in the summer (and Oakland is always perfect) because of the inland thermals.

I thought the ash was blown from Australia to New Zealand. I don't buy that it'd still be burning.

She was skeptical of the official narrative. She may not be 100% correct. Corbett may not 100% agree.

It seems like a long leap to consider Corbett compromised for that.

What Were the Australian Bushfires Really About? (23:44) ~ Corbett Report Extras, 2020-02-11 by JasonCarswell in Australia

[–]Tom_Bombadil 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

It's essentially the same as Cali.

Corbett's guest suggests that eucalyptus bark burns so hot (along the burn line, cause that's the only burning region, and not the entire forest simultaneously) that it can actually change the weather, and that the newly modified weather can carry burning leaves over the ocean to Australia.

Change the weather? Because the weather comes to you, and not the other way around.

Like eucalypti volcano ash. It's nonsense, and it's propaganda.

It instantly made me wonder if Corbett is compromised. IDK.

What Were the Australian Bushfires Really About? (23:44) ~ Corbett Report Extras, 2020-02-11 by JasonCarswell in Australia

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I'm slowly downloading that video.

What is the conflicting evidence?

I don't recall Corbett mentioning DEWs.

I haven't looked into the Aussie fires, but it sounds like it's similar to Cali.

What Were the Australian Bushfires Really About? (23:44) ~ Corbett Report Extras, 2020-02-11 by JasonCarswell in Australia

[–]Tom_Bombadil 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

This is the first extremely questionable Corbett report that I've heard.

Conflicting evidence.

Evidence of use of Directed Energy Weapons in the Australian Fires (Mirror)

I don't know about directed energy weapons, but I do know that homes and buildings are being burned in areas that should be relatively safe from fires, while the surrounding trees are left intact.

Captured on camera: Roos praise the rain (2014) by bobbobbybob in Australia

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awesome shot

NASA : Smoke from Australia will ,,visit,, entire planet ! by Nikolaarkan in Australia

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eucalyptus essential oil. for free

Australia’s democracy has been downgraded from ‘open’ to ‘narrowed’ by useless_aether in Australia

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I'd say the USA has been obstructed since before 9-11. Getting a visa there is a bitch.

'Thoughts on this Woolworths?': Video exposes Chinese shoppers shameless tactics by useless_aether in Australia

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I dont see what the problem is

Australia Belongs to China! by ragnarkar in Australia

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these are both treason and acts of war.

as usual, i blame the jesuits: https://ktfnews.com/unprecedented-number-jesuit-educated-leaders-australia/

Australia Belongs to China! by ragnarkar in Australia

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china and the nwo: https://www.corbettreport.com/episode-297-china-and-the-new-world-order/

i heard in the posh melbourne suburb of brighton a chinese lady bought twelve houses in the same street..

Australia Belongs to China! by ragnarkar in Australia

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Australia was bought by China a long time ago.

Wendover Productions Australias China Problem - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SDUm1bx7Zc

Darwin's 99 year lease to China - https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-03-19/can-darwin-port-99-year-lease-china-be-reversed-andrew-robb-role/10912478

China owns Australian Airport $1 for 100 year lease - https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5213765/China-owns-Australian-airport-paying-1-lease.html

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

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You really don't get it, do you?

Greta Thunberg's parents should be 'held accountable' by hennaojisan in Australia

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Greta Thunberg's parents should be 'held accountable' by hennaojisan in Australia

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Truth and one outrageous dress!

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

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I really don't get it. Please drop the facade and answer for real.

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

[–]Chipit 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

I really don't get it. Please drop the facade and answer for real.

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

[–]sodasplash 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

No. You are really insanely unintelligent.

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

[–]sodasplash 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

My comment makes a lot of sense within the confines of this specific interaction. Don’t test me.

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

[–]magnora7 1 insightful - 3 fun1 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 3 fun -  (0 children)

This comment goes against the pyramid of debate: https://saidit.net/s/SaidIt/comments/j1/the_saiditnet_terms_and_content_policy/

Why even post comments like this? Just don't comment if you're going to post something that has no meaningful information content. Last warning

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

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/u/magnora7, also I'm going to post a comment to you about Freemasonry, and a few things I discovered.

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

[–]Chipit 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

I just don't get it. How can you so blatantly contradict yourself? You don't suffer cognitive dissonance?

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

[–]Chipit 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Come on now, that's just an insult. I'm genuinely curious: please indulge me. Why do you make homophobic insults while at the same time saying that homophobia is wrong?

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

[–]sodasplash 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Wow. You're just genuinely not that smart.

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

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OK now I'm curious. Nobody is in this thread any more, so can you tell me honestly why you feel it's totally OK to say such things, seeing that you think people shouldn't say them? True talk.

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

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( ( ( F A K E A N D G A Y ) ) )

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

[–]Chipit 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

And yet you're posting in favor of sensitivity to others, while using homophobic slurs.

Follow your own principles or nobody will listen to you.

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

[–]sodasplash 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

A wise man once said:

Facts don't care about your feelings.

Why did you think telling the world how you feel was going to accomplish anything?

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

[–]Chipit 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

A homophobic slur, from someone who's concerned about offending sensitive people. How surprising.

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

[–]sodasplash 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Permission is 100% required. But thank you.

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

[–]Tom_Bombadil 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

This is surprising, because girls typically have better grades than boys...

Sydney University Lowers Entry Scores For Women Who Can't Make it Into Male-Dominated Courses, is Aus now making Female Degress Totally Worthless? by BillionDollarEgg3 in Australia

[–]HopeThatHalps 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

Permission is not required in this case, and you're think of the University of Surrey.