Wednesday, October 22, 2014

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Choices they make
One does not need to agree with everything that Caroline Glick writes, but her arguments are compelling. Obama is not stupid, but a virtuoso manager, she writes. But procedure and management do not make a good President or even a good manager. The examples show someone who is bigoted, obstructive and very nasty. Keep in mind that critics are quick to claim Obama is inept. His inability to reign in spending, his inability to address social issues in a Presidential, fair, manner, his poor policies that exacerbate inequity all suggest a poor manager, or something worse.

But when one examines Whitehouse activity one sees a different side. Glick gives two examples, the first being obstructing the Israel Defence Force in finding their soldier taken hostage and killed by Hamas. It would not have been hard or controversial for the US to allow the FBI to give information to Israel to allow them to save the captive, but the Whitehouse put in place managerial blocks. It was later revealed the soldier was dead and Hamas still have the remains and have accessed the soldier's FaceBook account. Secondly, there was an unofficial arms embargo placed on Israel as Hamas was escalating rocket attacks and Israel launched a short defensive insurgence to remove weapons and tunnels for Hamas. The embargo did not deny Israel supplies, but delayed them so that Israel did not have them. Compare that bureaucratic obstruction with the decision of Obama to allow Iran sufficient centrifuges to produce an atomic bomb within a year. These decisions are not the product of a mind devoid of organisation. They are purposeful, wrong and treasonous.

Another highly lauded person has died at a great age. Ben Bradlee was 93 years old, born in 1921, he served in WW2 before becoming a journalist. His time as editor for the Washington post saw the printing of the Pentagon Papers and the Watergate story. He was aware of the identity of Felt who was Deep Throat, and wold have been aware of the conflict of interest for Felt which made the witch hunt into Nixon a travesty of justice. It is ok for a journalist to be biased, but they should be honest about it and Ben never was.

In Andrew McMicking's defence, he probably thought he was being jocular, before then deciding he had better temporarily lose his phone. His twitter account had a now deleted posting to someone that 'now their son was dead he had been a grub who deserved it.' McMicking is ALP. Had he been conservative there would be outrage from a lot of silent people who right now must be suspected of approving the depravity.

Albrechtsen contrasts Plibersek and Bishop, noting ALP Plibersek has jumped on empty symbolic bandwagons calling out 'misogyny' and making empty claims for political purposes. Meanwhile Bishop quietly and effectively executes difficult political manoeuvres.

Scott Morrison personally intervenes on migrants by denying a visa, and any possible appeal, on security grounds. Remembering Gough by his achievements and the press are blinded by love. Hate media mourns the death of Whitlam. Miranda Devine, Greg Sheridan and Andrew Bolt separately reveal some of the appalling abuses of Whitlam long forgiven by his hagiographers.

Isolated issues
Pistorius is in jail for an inadequate set time of five years maximum. Possibly less than a year. His sentence is based on the erroneous finding he had not the intent to kill his girlfriend. Steenkamp's family have accepted the verdict, but the prosecutor has a few weeks with which they may lodge an appeal. One suspects Pistorius' sentence would have been longer had he actually shot an intruder and not his brilliant, talented girlfriend. South Africa with Pistorius and without Steenkamp is a much poorer, darker place.

Genius scientist Stephen Hawking has set up a trap with which he claims he can catch a time traveller. Typical of Hawking's thinking there are holes. The idea is to invite the time traveller after the event. If time travel is possible, then we should see them, or tourists. But we don't. The assumption being that they wish to be seen and look familiar. Another assumption is that the intent of wanting a time traveller to appear and the message they should is one and the same. However we all see time travellers all the time .. they just happen to be travelling with us at the same rate.

Royal commission into institutionalised responses to pedophilia has heard a harrowing account of how police returned the victim to abusers on numerous occasions. It sounds familiar. Some children are abused without being raped and have similar stories. The betrayal of a child is never acceptable and turning away is never a good thing, but how does a good person intervene? As the stolen generation myth shows, good intentions can harm everyone, including the child.

Games people play
Giants win first WSB game 7 to 1. San Francisco got three runs in the first innings, and had compiled five before the fifth innings, taking out the Kansas City starting pitcher at a seventy pitch count by the end of the fourth innings. The game was lost early and the second, with a new set of starter pitchers will characterise the series. Kansas City need to tie it up or give a very challenging lead away.

from 2013
Amazingly, a US based AGW alarmist is able to pinpoint the cause of fires in Australia without visiting. She was wrong, however, as the proximate cause of many of them seems to be bored children. But maybe she was right, and the nearing end of the world is causing our bored children to act out. Or something.  Bolt makes the discovery one unexplored cure for bushfires would be for the ABC to give up half its' budget. Axing news and current affairs and replaying old episodes would not make much difference for the audience who would love to re-experience the joy of the dismissal.

Mike Carlton could put on some funny voices, but it is not certain if he can be normal or competent as a news reader. But it might be fun to hear Carton on the Incompetent Penis who inexplicably is not as popular as surveys suggest. More boat success as 240 people are retained in Indonesia, having given much to pirates to be detained in Indonesia.
Bush fires are serious, but the PM is condemned for fighting some, when a previous PM was lauded for watching DVDs. Where are Gillard's dragons? According to the ABC, the fires are unprecedented. Having watched the Princess Bride, I am reminded of the observation "I do not feel that word means what you think it does." Or maybe the ABC is wrong? Inconceivable!

Members of a certain faith have bombed a bus. Yet it is clowns which frighten an unknown Briton, causing a circus to be banned from touring her local town until they can produce advertising without clowns. But what if they do, and she goes to that circus .. and clowns are there? The local council had better shut down, just to be safe.
Palmer seems very lucky. Or corrupt.

Murdoch has been blamed for much recently, with the left calling for censorship of the press. But I've observed something different. Murdoch does not seem to have censored anything I'm aware of (Maybe he is that good?) but Today Tonight, and the two local papers Fairfield Advance and Fairfield Champion have contained the newsworthy stories I have brought to their attention. They have never given me a reason. However, I have heard from 2GB and from Bankstown paper journalists that I would be very surprised if I ever found out who was responsible (2GB) and that journalists talk to each other (Bankstown paper) wtf does that mean? Singleton? My hands are clean and I have approached the police and run for parliament twice .. even though the papers have never reported on my issue and have denied voters their constitutional right to be informed who they are voting for.
This column welcomes feedback and criticism. The column is not made up but based on the days events and articles which are then placed in the feed. So they may not have an apparent cohesion they would have had were they made up.
For twenty two years I have been responsibly addressing an issue, and I cannot carry on. I am petitioning the Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott to remedy my distress. I leave it up to him if he chooses to address the issue. Regardless of your opinion of conservative government, the issue is pressing. Please sign my petition at

Or the US President at
or or

Mr Ball, I will not sign your petition as it will do no good, but I will share your message and ask as many of friends who read it, to share it also. Let us see if we cannot use the power of the internet to spread the word of these infamous killings. As a father and a former soldier, I cannot, could not, justify ignoring this appalling action by the perpetrators, whoever they may; I thank you Douglas. You are wrong about the petition. Signing it is as worthless and meaningless an act as voting. A stand up guy would know that. - ed

Lorraine Allen Hider I signed the petition ages ago David, with pleasure, nobody knows what it's like until they've been there. Keep heart David take care.

I have begun a bulletin board (http://theconservativevoice.freeforums.netwhich will allow greater latitude for members to post and interact. It is not subject to FB policy and so greater range is allowed in posts. Also there are private members rooms in which nothing is censored, except abuse. All welcome, registration is free.

Happy birthday and many happy returns for those born on this day, across the years, along with
1071 – William IX, Duke of Aquitaine (d. 1126)
1734 – Daniel Boone, American explorer and hunter (d. 1820)
1749 – Cornelis van der Aa, Dutch bookseller (d. 1816)
1811 – Franz Liszt, Hungarian pianist and composer (d. 1886)
1844 – Sarah Bernhardt, French actress (d. 1923)
1913 – Bao Dai, the final Vietnamese emperor (d. 1997)
1917 – Joan Fontaine, Japanese-American actress
1938 – Derek Jacobi, English actor
1942 – Annette Funicello, American actress and singer (d. 2013)
1946 – Deepak Chopra, Indian-American physician and author
1973 – Ichiro Suzuki, Japanese baseball player
1992 – Sofia Vassilieva, American actress
Edison's carbon filament light bulb
The battle is won and the opium secured. A disaster at sea spurs us to unravel time. The light is on. The weapons are ready. The enemy is called to account. Lets party. 

Gough Whitlam a martyred man of myths

Miranda Devine – Wednesday, October 22, 2014 (1:18am)

GOUGH Whitlam made a much better legend than a prime minister. No sooner had the news broken yesterday of the death of the former Labor prime minister in a Potts Point nursing home at the age of 98, than the ABC airwaves erupted in tearful hyperbole.

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Labor keeps power bills high to pretend to save the planet

Andrew Bolt October 22 2014 (7:16pm)

Labor wants your power bills to be higher than they could be - just to pretend to “save” the palent from a warming which stopoped 16 years ago:
LABOR this afternoon rejected a government move to reduce the Renewable Energy Target but agreed to work to resolve the impasse.
Ahead of negotiations today Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane revealed he had written to Labor offering a compromise deal that would see the large-scale RET cut to around 27,000 gigawatt hours…
Opposition treasury spokesman Chris Bowen said Labor wanted the bipartisan RET to remain at 41,000 GWh, but said the opposition would work “constructively” with the government.

Canadian soldier killed by Muslim convert

Andrew Bolt October 22 2014 (7:11pm)

Another unrepresentative member of the same unfairly suspected faith:

Terrorist ideology inspired a recent convert to Islam to drive his car into two Canadian soldiers, killing one, before he was shot dead by police, authorities said on Tuesday.
Quebec police spokesman Guy Lapointe said the act was deliberate and that one of the two soldiers was in uniform....
The suspect, Martin Couture Rouleau, 25, was known to authorities and recently had his passport seized, police commissioner Bob Paulson said…
Paulson said he was one of 90 suspected extremists in the country who intend to join fights abroad or who have returned to Canada.

The compassion of the Left

Andrew Bolt October 22 2014 (9:07am)

The sheer cruelty of former Labor candidate Andrew McMicking is breathtaking
McMicking blames his friends for using his phone.
(Thanks to readers Jason and Murray.) 

Plibersek vs Bishop

Andrew Bolt October 22 2014 (7:39am)

Janet Albrechtsen contrasts Foreign Minister Julie Bishop with her opposite number, Labor’s Tanya Plibersek:

Plibersek has been one of Labor’s faux gender warriors, always cheering Gillard’s empty claims of misogyny for base political purposes. What kind of role model is that for young women?
Eschewing gender games, Bishop is more a “get on and do it” kind of woman. Enough said.

Among the hero worship, these sharp truths about Gough Whitlam

Andrew Bolt October 22 2014 (7:16am)

Among all the adulation, some correctives.
Greg Sheridan:
...sentimentality, and the overwhelming power of the Labor myth-making machine, should not blind us to the central fact of Whitlam: he was the worst prime minister in our history…
His foreign policy record was appalling, although it is here that the myth-makers have worked hardest because his economic ­record was even worse.
Whitlam acted with conspicuous cruelty towards the Vietna­mese who had worked with Australian forces and Australian diplomats during the war between South Vietnam and North ­Vietnam.

His foreign minister, Don Willessee, wanted him to bring some of these people to Australia at the fall of Saigon in April 1975. Whitlam told him: “I’m not having these f..king Vietnamese Balts coming into the country with their religious and political prejudices against us."…

More important than what Whitlam said was what he did. Australian transport planes left Saigon with rows of empty seats while those who had helped us there were left to their fate in the vast gulag of re-education camps the communists set up after their victory.
Or they were left to a worse fate.
Whitlam’s myth-makers are so impervious to the facts that they often claim his visit to China as opposition leader was a breakthrough in opening China to the west. In fact for most of the preceding years numerous Western nat­ions in Europe had full diplomatic relations with mainland China.
...the US took some years after de facto recognition to achieve formal recognition. This is because the Americans were tough negotiators and ... would not recognise Beijing in a way that gave it licence to conquer Taiwan, which is de facto independent but which Beijing considers a renegade province.
Harvard scholar Ross Terrill argues that Whitlam badly botched the negotiations with Beijing because he was desperate to afford recognition straight away. As a result he agreed to conditions that were punitive of Australian interests in Taiwan and effectively sold out the interests of Taiwanese people altogether.
Most of Whitlam’s foreign policy decisions were wrong in principle and turned out badly in practice. Entirely gratuitously, he extended formal diplomatic recognition of Soviet sovereignty over the Baltic states…
The two most disgraceful episodes of Whitlam’s leadership concerned the Middle East. Most people remember the loans affair, but an even greater disgrace concerned Whitlam’s efforts to raise election funds for the ALP in 1975 from the Iraqi government.
Terry McCrann:
GOUGH Whitlam was a great — indeed, among the greatest — Australians. 

He was also Australia’s worst-ever prime minister — until Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard came along…

Whitlam & Co had come along a decade earlier at exactly the right time at the start of the 1970s.
Again, they presided over more general cultural change in a way that could not have been done by either a Coalition government of the time or the pre-Whitlam Labor Party. This was captured most precisely by his recognition of China…
Across the spectrum from Aboriginal land rights, no-fault divorce and Medibank/Medicare, and on to the massive expansion in government spending (and taxation) and the 25 per cent across-the-board tariff cut — are proof of breathtaking leadership and reform, to supporters, and disastrous financial incompetence and the seeds of social malaise, to critics. 

Group hug. Public excluded

Andrew Bolt October 22 2014 (7:02am)

Paul Kelly on a love affair not shared by the audience:
PAUL KELLY, EDITOR-AT-LARGE, THE AUSTRALIAN & AUTHOR: One was enormously impressed by Gough. Gough was a great figure, a gigantic figure, a very engaging politician and Gough would flatter the media. Gough was very discerning and very selective in his approach to the journalists and there’s no doubt at all both before the 1972 election and in the first 18 months or two years of the Whitlam government he enjoyed a very, very successful media.
So to a certain extent I think it’s fair to say there was a love affair between much of the press gallery on the one hand and Gough Whitlam on the other and that was to Gough’s great benefit, of course…
But I think it’s also true to say that the Whitlam magnetic appeal always remained and even when things went bad for the government, particularly in 1975, this was a very polarised, bitter and turbulent period. And the Fraser Opposition contemplated blocking supply and then decided to block supply. Now, that became the divisive issue and many of the journalists in terms of the issue of blocking supply were very much for Whitlam and against Fraser.
Not for the first time was the press gallery surprised by the public it purportedly serves.
And still some are blinded by love:
EMMA ALBERICI: I’ve got one last question for both of you. Gough Whitlam fought five general elections and two half Senate elections. Are we ever likely to see that kind of political endurance in a leader of either persuasion again, Rodney Cavalier.
RODNEY CAVALIER: Well I seem to remember that John Howard was pretty enduring.










Greens could ask Him directly, if they wished to

Ok, but if you are a McCoy ..



.. how did he die?===






























=== Posts from last year ===


Did you know that America leads the world in the highest number of lawnmower deaths? Or that Mexico is the most common place to be struck by lightning? This awesome map shows what each country leads the world in.
CamMie Du
Good luck to all the Year 12s doing their Maths HSC today! #band6



Whoops! President Infomercial: You guys, just use the phone for Obamacare; Guess what happens ==>

Philharmonischer Chor München
Rezension über Brittens War Requiem

An anthropologist proposed a game to the kids in an African tribe. He put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told the kids that who ever got there first won the sweet fruits. When he told them to run they all took each others hands and ran together, then sat together enjoying their treats. When he asked them why they had run like that as one could have had all the fruits for himself they said: ''UBUNTU, how can one of us be happy if all the other ones are sad?''

'UBUNTU' in the Xhosa culture means: "I am because we are"

Philip Tran
"Mentalities cannot be changed by decree, because they are based on memories, which are almost impossible to kill. But it is possible to expand one's horizons, and when that happens, there is less chance that one will go on playing the same old tune for ever and repeating the same mistakes."

Pastor Rick Warren

Grieving isn't evidence of weakness;
it's evidence of love.
"Jesus wept" John 11:35
For God to mend your broken heart you must give him ALL the pieces. You can't hold any back.

From The Purpose Driven Life

Love the Tenth Doctor? Check out our playlist of some of his top moments over on the #DoctorWhoYouTube channel: Allons-y!

There is a difference between hunting pests and hunting endangered species. An elephant can be a pest. But effective management usually means killing them isn't useful. I still think the meme is OTT regarding BO'F. It is the ALP/Green alliance which has limited sensible hunting and fishing - ed




Michele Bachmann
No matter how President Obama spins the failed Obamacare rollout, here’s the bottom line:

James Calore


"Put God first and everything else will follow." -Jesus


Can you trust your jeweller and / or diamond vendor to sell you a decent diamond ?

Unfortunately there are to many brick and mortar jewellers who are glorified gift ware specialists purporting to be diamond experts using diamond grading reports as marketing tools giving them a false credibility that unsuspecting diamond buyers accept as gospel. They are NOT diamond specialists.

If you are told the diamond has to be brought in to show you then assume the diamond is not being sold by the owner. The seller is a middleman and you are not buying direct from a genuine wholesaler or diamond dealer.

Always check credentials of the diamond vendor especially those online diamond websites many of whom do not actually carry the diamonds they advertise in stock.

If diamond salesmen have not seen the diamond how then can they comment on it ?

If the diamond sellers do not have the confidence in stocking diamonds then how can you the buyer have the same confidence in buying their " invisible " diamonds ?

Would you buy a home or a car without looking at it first ?

Never pay in advance for a diamond for a diamond from overseas.

You are exposed to the debt and there is no consumer protection.

More information on the pitfalls of buying diamonds from charlatans to follow.
  — atDiamond Imports.

Cartier - Dragon
4 her

Tragedy of the successful .. ed

At Nonas Kitchens & Joinery Pty Ltd.


While First Dog On The Moon is hesitant to politicise this politicising of the bushfires, he does have a message for the PM, which we've freed from behind the paywall:


Same-sex marriage has passed in the ACT
.. and the world hasn't ended .. Gillard, Rudd, Shorten .. you opposed it .. ed

  • Jason J-Fo Hmm, I'm fine with the issue itself but my hunch is that it is a bad law that probably will be struck down for being unconstitutional. But who knows?

  • David Daniel Ball I'm sure it isn't as robust as NZ's law enacted by a conservative government. It is like the gun issue, a useful goto that the leftwing like to admire so as to get votes, but they wouldn't want to address it.

  • Jason J-Fo The NZ law was made by its federal govt. Here we have a territory trying to interfere with a federal Marriage Act which defines marriage as between a man and a woman. So it might be unconstitutional because the Constitution invalidates any such inconsistent laws in favour of the federal law. But it all depends on the wording really.

  • David Daniel Ball .. I understand the NZ law allows churches to act on conscience. I bet the ACT doesn't

  • Jason J-Fo That's a seperate law of sexual discrimination. Marriage law is only about registration of marriage on the register for legal purposes. I'm sure your wife can explain!;-)

  • Dean Hamstead how can middle class white people now claim to be vitcims?


The victim was a former marine who has now paid for his service. A math teacher, husband and dad. So much to live for. Died protecting his students. Apparently, the kid who killed him didn't mean to, and killed himself afterwards. I haven't seen what the weapon was, but bet it was an assault rifle, although it might have been a pistol. Kids should know how to use them, but to have one unsupervised? ed

Autumn along the Sonora Pass


Obamacare has the worthy goal of bringing healthcare for 10 million people who can't afford it .. by despicably hiring bureaucrats and not one more doctor. It is expensive, inefficient and ultimately unaffordable. Anything that is unaffordable can never be owned. GOP could wave it through, but it would founder eventually anyway, sucking up resources that poor people rely on to survive. - ed===

Frozen Entropy in a dual star solar system.

Larry Pickering

The Government-sponsored AIDS debate, along with ‘smoking causes gangrene and blindness’ and global warming hysteria, is the greatest lie ever perpetrated on a receptive public. 
AIDS is not and never has been a heterosexual problem. Ask any heterosexual.

The World lost a great man when Dr Fred Hollows died. He restored sight to thousands of people, mostly black and coloured tribes people, who had no money to pay him.

I feel honoured to have known him but I had never discussed the AIDS issue with him. I figured it was not in his area of expertise... but it was.

He told the truth about AIDS to a brainwashed world who did not want to listen.

He boldly said that AIDS was a “homosexual disease” and warned of the disastrous effect on indigenous people. Unfortunately it was a few weeks before his imminent death.

Common sense had told me the same thing and now, thanks to Fred, I was no longer a lone leper pointlessly trying to defend my thesis at dinner parties.

Fred of course was predictably widely vilified (by the homosexual community) over his statement but he didn’t care, he was going to die anyway.

Fred briefly wore the cost of the truth. They would have built statues of Fred had he not said that.

I watched TV each night and had noticed that AIDS sufferers with sunken black eyes and pale patched faces were invariably homosexual males. I read the lying statistics.

I watched those awful misleading TV ads. I wondered at the gullibility of the world, the misuse of public monies, the despicable genius of the intellectual, cashed up, gay male community.

I have no problem with my gays friends, but I do have a problem with irresponsibly promiscuous gay males.

When the AIDS hysteria hit, governments dug deep into our pockets to fund a misleading onslaught of calculated misinformation.

And who were the people who put up their hands to administer such massive budgets?
Those most affected, of course… the gay male juggernaut.
It was they who structured and ran those dishonest campaigns.

Obviously they had the most to lose. This disease would likely be centred on them. Their dream of being an accepted minority was at risk. The possibility of them becoming outcasts and a risk to the community was real.

The dream of gay mardi gras earning them respectability could be shattered.

But, once in control of these massive campaign budgets, they were determined to convince the world that it was a general community problem.

They now had the ability to obfuscate the blame and defray the responsibility. And that is exactly what they did. What a lie we were told!

The three ways you can contract AIDS are dirty needle exchange, blood transfusion and anal sex. (Foetal contraction is caused by the transfer of blood already infected.)

All three necessitate the exchange of blood.

AIDS is a disease of the blood, a severe diminution in the effectiveness of white cells to combat disease. People don’t die from AIDS, they die from viruses and diseases that damaged white cells have no further ability to combat.

When public surveys were conducted among heterosexual couples and singles who had contracted AIDS there was a curious missing three percentage points. They were those heterosexual women who engaged in, and presumably enjoyed, anal sex.

But of course in a public survey not all heterosexual women could be expected to admit to regular anal sex... thus the missing percentage. Three per cent of women lied about it.

So, on the rare occasion a normal heterosexual woman contracted AIDS, the missing percentage was clear. And it was not, as promiscuous gay males insisted we believe, due to normal vaginal sex at all!

Why, Fred asked, is AIDS rampant among the world’s tribal communities? Not hard for Fred to answer, after all, he spent a great part of his life restoring sight to those people. He lived with them.

Indigenous people have been using anal sex as a form of contraceptive for thousands of years. They never had or understood condoms or the pill or any form of contraceptive other than anal sex. And maybe, just maybe, they liked it.

The AIDS virus does not distinguish between a male arse and a female arse, because there is no difference.

Every arse is full of tiny capillaries that continually burst even when you have a crap. So if you want to go rasping away in that un-lubricated black hole, wearing your donger off, there will certainly eventually be an exchange of blood in a bacterial bath.

That’s how gay males contract AIDS and, because of their well-known promiscuity, that’s how they spread it among their own kind.

Hasn’t anyone noticed the preponderance of AIDS sufferers are actually gay males? We don’t seem to ask why!

Hasn’t anyone noticed that San Francisco (the gay paradise of the U.S.) also has the highest incidence of AIDS in North America.

Now, how was this homosexual juggernaut going to convince us that it was a general disease that affected the whole community and not exclusively confined to them? Simple.

1. Spend hundreds of millions of our dollars lying to us that normal couples are at risk of their disease.

2. Get HIV positive victims to give blood at the blood banks and wait for normal people, including babies, to contract the virus. Oh yes, they did do that, before they were caught and stopped!

3. Convince us that AIDS can be contracted from normal vaginal sex. (It can’t.)

4. Coin the word “homophobia” and use it every chance you get… the word is a misnomer, as “homo” does not mean “man” it means “same” and “phobia” means fear. I may have a fear of cunning gay males but I do not fear anyone who is the “same” as me.

How was it possible for the community in general to believe such garbage? But they did and still do believe it!
Doctors, who should know better, believed it, and still do.

The gay males won their battle, the gay mardi gras now has a restrained modicum of validity, even among extreme conservatives.

If AIDS could be contracted through normal sex everyone in the world would contract it within a year because everyone has bonked someone who has bonked someone else at some time.

Seminal fluids do not carry blood any more than does saliva, sweat, tears or damned suncream for that matter.

The old strawberry dip expression; when you bonk a woman who has her period, is still not a dangerous thing to do unless one of you is HIV positive and the male has a donger, red raw and bleeding, from rasping a bloke a chook or a wombat.

AIDS is contracted through anal or homosexual sex. It cannot be contracted through normal vaginal sex. So why were we normal people all told to wear condoms in order to avoid AIDS when having normal sex?

Thank Christ they screen blood donors now and tattooed people can’t donate blood… I wonder why that is.

Whatever the method of contraction, it necessarily requires the exchange of blood. Yet we sustained years of grim reapers and bowling balls knocking over small children and syringes protruding from a thousand conjugal beds of normal couples.

The “It’s not on if it’s not on” condom campaign may have made Ansell a few more billions but did nothing to stem the spread of AIDS.

It did make us falsely believe that normal sex was dangerous.

Neither I nor my mates ever wore a condom during the crazy 60s and 70s and neither they nor I will ever contract AIDS.

The only way I will ever contract AIDS is if I interrupt a mosquito trying to bite me that was formerly interrupted trying to bite a promiscuous HIV positive gay male!

The AIDS campaign budget would have been far more beneficially spent on eradicating mosquitoes.

Why are we collectively so bloody stupid as to believe what we are told simply because it is carried to us by the perceived legitimacy of paid, reactive media?

Oh well, I guess we can be convinced of the most outrageous of nonsense like smoking causes your toes to drop off or man’s emissions causes global warming.

It’s all about the size of the budget.

Fred Hollows wasn’t stupid, Fred Hollows knew the truth and told it. Fred was a good and an honest man.

If there was a heaven, you would be there Fred.


Aspens — at June Lake Loop.

Remember this next time you walk up to the ticket window of your local movie theater with $10 in your hand. 

The Media (Accidentally?) missed this one!!!! Please read this: The troops oversees would like you to send it to everybody you know. Subject: Denzel Washington, and Brooks Army Medical Center. Don't know whether you heard about this but Denzel Washington and his family visited the troops at Brook Army Medical Center , in San Antonio , Texas, (BAMC) the other day. This is where soldiers who have been evacuated from Germany come to be hospitalized in the United States , especially burn victims. There are some buildings there called Fisher Houses. The Fisher House is a Hotel where soldiers' families can stay, for little or no charge, while their soldier is staying in the Hospital. BAMC has quite a few of these houses on base, but as you can imagine, they are almost filled most of the time. While Denzel Washington was visiting BAMC, they gave him a tour of one of the Fisher Houses. He asked how much one of them would cost to build. He took his check book out and wrote a check for the full amount right there on the spot. The soldiers overseas were amazed to hear this story and want to get the word out to the American public, because it warmed their hearts to hear it. The question is - why do: Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, Tom Cruise and other Hollywood fluff make front page news with their ridiculous antics and Denzel Washington's Patriotism doesn't even make page 3 in the Metro section of any newspaper except the Local newspaper in San Antonio. A true American and friend to all in uniform!

"What was sold to the American public as a low-level scandal perpetrated by a few rogue employees – a scandal stopped after senior officials became aware and asserted control – is now (to borrow a Watergate phrase) 'no longer operative.'" -Jay Sekulow>


Benjamin Netanyahu - בנימין נתניהו
To all the people who wished me a happy birthday - You really moved me. Thank you very much!

Andreas Herrmann
"Die Schriftsteller können nicht so schnell schreiben, wie die Regierungen Kriege machen; denn das Schreiben verlangt Denkarbeit." Bertold Brecht
" The writer can not write as fast as governments make wars , for the letter requires mental effort . " Bertold Brecht
Johnny Depp, Robbie Williams und Dieter Bohlen kommen in den Himmel. Dort erwartet sie Petrus und sagt zu ihnen: "Es gibt hier im Himmel eine einzige Regel: Ihr dürft nicht auf die blauen Wolken treten!"
Doch schon bald tritt Johnny Depp auf eine blaue Wolke.
Petrus kommt mit der hässlichsten Frau, die er je gesehen hat, kettet sie aneinander und sagt: "Zur Strafe, dass du auf eine blaue Wolke getreten bist, wirst du den Rest der Ewigkeit an dieses hässliche Weib gekettet verbringen!"
Am nächsten Tag tritt Robbie ebenfalls auf eine blaue Wolke und Petrus kommt sofort mit einer anderen wahnsinnig hässlichen Frau. Er kettet auch sie aneinander.
Dieter Bohlen beobachtet alles und passt auf, daß er nicht auch auf eine blaue Wolke tritt. Eines Tages kommt Petrus zu ihm mit der attraktivsten Frau, die er je gesehen hat: eine große, gebräunte, kurvige sexy Brünette. Petrus kettet sie wortlos aneinander.
Dieter Bohlen meint nur: "Wüsste ja schon gern, womit ich es verdient habe, den Rest der Ewigkeit mit dir verbunden zu werden?"
Die Frau erwidert nur: "Naja, ich bin auf so 'ne scheiß blaue Wolke getreten!"
Johnny Depp , Robbie Williams and Dieter Bohlen go to heaven . There she expects Peter and says to them : "There is one rule here in heaven : You must not step on the blue clouds "
But soon Johnny Depp takes on a blue cloud .
Peter came with the ugliest woman he has ever seen , chains them together and says, " As a punishment that you stepped on a blue cloud , you 'll get the rest of eternity chained to this ugly woman to spend ! "
The next day, Robbie also occurs on a blue cloud and Peter comes immediately with another insanely ugly woman. He chained them together also .
Dieter Bohlen observes everything and take care that it does not occur on a blue cloud . One day Peter came to him with the most attractive woman he has ever seen : a big, tanned , curvy sexy brunette . Peter chains them together without saying a word .
Dieter Bohlen says only : " yes Knew already liked what I 've earned the right to be connected to the rest of eternity with you?"
The woman replied only : " Well, I stepped on so ' ne shit blue cloud! "

“I desire to do your will, my God; your law is within my heart.”” Psalm 40:8 NIV
Morning and Evening by Charles Spurgeon


"The love of Christ constraineth us."
2 Corinthians 5:14
How much owest thou unto my Lord? Has he ever done anything for thee? Has he forgiven thy sins? Has he covered thee with a robe of righteousness? Has he set thy feet upon a rock? Has he established thy goings? Has he prepared heaven for thee? Has he prepared thee for heaven? Has he written thy name in his book of life? Has he given thee countless blessings? Has he laid up for thee a store of mercies, which eye hath not seen nor ear heard? Then do something for Jesus worthy of his love. Give not a mere wordy offering to a dying Redeemer. How will you feel when your Master comes, if you have to confess that you did nothing for him, but kept your love shut up, like a stagnant pool, neither flowing forth to his poor or to his work. Out on such love as that! What do men think of a love which never shows itself in action? Why, they say, "Open rebuke is better than secret love." Who will accept a love so weak that it does not actuate you to a single deed of self-denial, of generosity, of heroism, or zeal! Think how he has loved you, and given himself for you! Do you know the power of that love? Then let it be like a rushing mighty wind to your soul to sweep out the clouds of your worldliness, and clear away the mists of sin. "For Christ's sake" be this the tongue of fire that shall sit upon you: "for Christ's sake" be this the divine rapture, the heavenly afflatus to bear you aloft from earth, the divine spirit that shall make you bold as lions and swift as eagles in your Lord's service. Love should give wings to the feet of service, and strength to the arms of labour. Fixed on God with a constancy that is not to be shaken, resolute to honour him with a determination that is not to be turned aside, and pressing on with an ardour never to be wearied, let us manifest the constraints of love to Jesus. May the divine loadstone draw us heavenward towards itself.


"Why are ye troubled? and why do thoughts arise in your hearts?"
Luke 24:38
"Why sayest thou, O Jacob, and speakest O Israel, my way is hid from the Lord, and my judgment is passed over from my God?" The Lord cares for all things, and the meanest creatures share in his universal providence, but his particular providence is over his saints. "The angel of the Lord encampeth round about them that fear him." "Precious shall their blood be in his sight." "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints." "We know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them that are the called according to his purpose." Let the fact that, while he is the Saviour of all men, he is specially the Saviour of them that believe, cheer and comfort you. You are his peculiar care; his regal treasure which he guards as the apple of his eye; his vineyard over which he watches day and night. "The very hairs of your head are all numbered." Let the thought of his special love to you be a spiritual pain-killer, a dear quietus to your woe: "I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee." God says that as much to you as to any saint of old. "Fear not, I am thy shield, and thy exceeding great reward." We lose much consolation by the habit of reading his promises for the whole church, instead of taking them directly home to ourselves. Believer, grasp the divine word with a personal, appropriating faith. Think that you hear Jesus say, "I have prayed for thee that thy faith fail not." Think you see him walking on the waters of thy trouble, for he is there, and he is saying, "Fear not, it is I; be not afraid." Oh, those sweet words of Christ! May the Holy Ghost make you feel them as spoken to you; forget others for awhile--accept the voice of Jesus as addressed to you, and say, "Jesus whispers consolation; I cannot refuse it; I will sit under his shadow with great delight."

Today's reading: Isaiah 62-64, 1 Timothy 1 (NIV)

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Today's Old Testament reading: Isaiah 62-64

Zion’s New Name
1 For Zion’s sake I will not keep silent,
for Jerusalem’s sake I will not remain quiet,
till her vindication shines out like the dawn,
her salvation like a blazing torch.
2 The nations will see your vindication,
and all kings your glory;
you will be called by a new name
that the mouth of the LORD will bestow.
3 You will be a crown of splendor in the LORD’s hand,
a royal diadem in the hand of your God.
4 No longer will they call you Deserted,
or name your land Desolate.
But you will be called Hephzibah,
and your land Beulah;
for the LORD will take delight in you,
and your land will be married.
5 As a young man marries a young woman,
so will your Builder marry you;
as a bridegroom rejoices over his bride,
so will your God rejoice over you.
I have posted watchmen on your walls, Jerusalem;
they will never be silent day or night.
You who call on the LORD,
give yourselves no rest,
7 and give him no rest till he establishes Jerusalem
and makes her the praise of the earth....

Today's New Testament reading: 1 Timothy 1

Paul, an apostle of Christ Jesus by the command of God our Savior and of Christ Jesus our hope,
2 To Timothy my true son in the faith:
Grace, mercy and peace from God the Father and Christ Jesus our Lord.
Timothy Charged to Oppose False Teachers
3 As I urged you when I went into Macedonia, stay there in Ephesus so that you may command certain people not to teach false doctrines any longer 4 or to devote themselves to myths and endless genealogies. Such things promote controversial speculations rather than advancing God’s work—which is by faith. 5 The goal of this command is love, which comes from a pure heart and a good conscience and a sincere faith. 6 Some have departed from these and have turned to meaningless talk.7 They want to be teachers of the law, but they do not know what they are talking about or what they so confidently affirm.
8 We know that the law is good if one uses it properly. 9 We also know that the law is made not for the righteous but for lawbreakers and rebels, the ungodly and sinful, the unholy and irreligious, for those who kill their fathers or mothers, for murderers, 10 for the sexually immoral, for those practicing homosexuality, for slave traders and liars and perjurers—and for whatever else is contrary to the sound doctrine 11 that conforms to the gospel concerning the glory of the blessed God, which he entrusted to me....

[Cy'rus] - as miserable or an heir.Cyrus, the founder of the Persian Empire, conquered Babylon and was anointed by God to free the Jews from captivity. The prophets frequently foretold the coming of Cyrus. Isaiah, for example, mentioned him by name two hundred years before he was born (2 Chron. 36:22, 23; Ezra 1:1-8; 3:7; 4:3-5; 5:13-17; 6:3-14; Isa. 44:28; 45; Dan. 1:21; 6:28; 10:1 ). Classical writers adorn the life and labors of Cyrus with a variety of legendary incidents for which no confirmation can be produced.
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