Saturday 14th of December 2019

the phuktards are always abusing children... cool story bro...

inside tasmania

The above graphic doing the rounds of social media lifts the veil of illusion from Australia's PM Scott Morrison.

We all know people like Morrison are alleged to believe in an 'end of days' culminating in a 'battle of armageddon' in an illusory 'holy land'.

This is supposed to proceed 'the second coming of jesus christ, when he returns to set up his kingdom on earth'.

We will say categorically that it ain't going to happen. Even after all 'nine specific prophesies' have been met there will be no second coming. Morrison will still be waiting. How do we know this?

Consider this? An alleged 'god' entity creates a planet where almost every creature has to kill and eat other creatures to survive. Then this cosmic butcher somehow loses control of his horrendous little planet to a 'satan' entity that could only have been originally created by the god entity. What an idiotic belief system? No wonder the phuktards are always abusing children?

So it's a myth, and because people who believe in myths have been slaughtering each other for thousands of years humanity needs to call then out in the 21st Century. We don't accept Trump and baby-Trump Scott Morrison's fake Armageddon philosophy. Grow-up idiots and look at the real problems for a change?

cool tassie brothers in fighting the morons...


Inside Tasmania opposes all forms of group psychopathy. That includes the current government who inherited the Tasmanian genocide and benefit from a colonial political system. Inside Tasmania is protected by international law covering free speech and freedom of expression.

the guardian is a right wing paper...

Scott Morrison: 'master of the middle' may pull Coalition out of a muddle

It’s still early days in the election, but supporters say PM’s capacity to work across factions has helped him steady what was a sinking ship

Sitting at the front bar of Molly Malone’s Irish pub in Devonport, Tasmania, Scott Morrison is at ease. He is talking to Mac Jago, a worker at Cement Australia, one of the north-west’s big employers. The pair sink a couple of Boag’s ales, and make small talk.

“We had a pretty decent chat, normal stuff, as you do,” Jago tells Guardian Australia. “Footy, my girlfriend, his missus. He seemed like not a bad bloke.”

Morrison is on the offensive, campaigning in the Labor-held seat of Braddon, one of a clutch of marginal seats the government hopes it can wrest back at the 18 May election.

It is a sign of his confidence, or at least his belief, that the Coalition can cling on to government.

A few months ago, the prospect of the Coalition hanging on to power seemed an absurdity, but now strategists on both sides are gearing up for a fierce contest. However, it’s still early days in the campaign.

Ultimate compromise candidate

Morrison’s first order of business once he assumed the role of leader last August was to patch up a bruised and battered party.

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Reading this soft article, one would think that The Guardian has become a right-wing news "service". No, it has not turned away from the left, it was NEVER an organ of the left. The Guardian is the Bogan middle-right voice for the dead people living in the shire with a barking dog and three kids, a stink boat on a trailer parked on the lawn of a leafy estate, and a stinking 4-wheel drive parked under the carport while the missus'car, possibly an inflated Toyota — a Lexus — is parked in the garage. They go to the local happy-clappy church on Sundays for guidance — and THEY CERTAINLY DON'T BELIEVE IN GLOBAL WARMING contrary to The Guardian, but this is only a small price to pay for being in the right wing gutter.


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the new york times hits the mark with a cartoon...

blind and his dog...

The New York Times has sunk to the level of anti-Semitic Nazi propaganda which served to incite the Germany during the years of the Third Reich.

A political cartoon run by the “venerable” newspaper’s International Edition, which hit the newsstands on April 25, depicted a dog with the head of Israel’s newly-reelected Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu leading a blind President Trump wearing a Jewish skullcap. Dangling from the dog’s leash is a Star of David.

More classic anti-Semitic tropes couldn’t have been drawn by Joseph Goebbels himself and his crew of German propagandists, who systematically prepped an entire continent not only to accept, but abet the mass extermination of the Jews of Europe.

This propaganda, which culminated in the Holocaust, served to turn an entire group of people into subhuman vermin, despised by the masses and deserving of extinction. In the Times’ current version, the meaning is clear (and complete with the classic Nazi-era used of the Star of David): Netanyahu (i.e. Israel, i.e. all Jews) calls the shots of the leader of the most powerful nation in the world.

Putting aside all the outrage of publishing such a cartoon, one thing we can say is that the paper has finally shown its true colors. Instead of hiding behind news stories that are deliberately inaccurate and present a skewed depiction of the “facts” when it comes to reporting about Israel, as well as about Orthodox Jews, this cartoon (which certainly went through a number of editors for approval) says it all.

This we can tell by the “apology” run by the paper when called out for running the cartoon. Pulling the item from further publication, the paper admitted the cartoon “included anti-Semitic tropes” and stated, “The image was offensive, and it was an error of judgment to publish it.”



This cartoon is so accurate, one can smell the dog poo from a mile away... Whoever wrote the Opinion piece in the Clarion has missed the point: Donald Trump is actually leading the dog. Netanyahu has done his best to destroy the "2-State solution for Israel and Palestine" and under the guidance of The Donald (or whoever be the US president at the moment) is burning bridges at 100 miles an hour...


Note: the face of the dog is not quite as good as Gus's face of Netanyahu who for all intent has a flat head — or the appearance of one...




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Last week The Federalist published an opinion piece by Jason D. Hill, professor of philosophy at DePaul University in Chicago. As I read this commentary, I had to wonder whether it was some kind of spoof. It seems to have been written to poke fun at over-the-top Zionists; and this may indeed be the case—or so one can hope.

In his essay, Hill insisted that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should faithfully keep his campaign promise to incorporate West Bank settlements. In fact, according to Hill, the Israeli leader has a “moral right to annex all of the West Bank…for a plethora of reasons.”   

This “plethora of reasons” comes down basically to four. First, the Israelis were too “altruistic” in dealing with the Palestinians whom they conquered in 1967. It would been better if the Israelis had regarded the Palestinians as “enemies of the state: supporters of the Fatah (Palestinian Liberation Organization) Charter, which basically calls for the end of Jewry in the region.” Jewish conquerors should have immediately annexed the land and made “the people there [who should have been expelled] the responsibility of their original homeland: Jordan.”

Second, he implies that Palestinian authority doesn’t deserve any better, in part because it fails to recognize the inherent inferiority of their people in relation to the Jewish masters of the West Bank: “Jewish exceptionalism and the exceptionalist nature of Jewish civilization require an unconditional space for the continued evolution of their civilization. What’s good for Jewish civilization is good for humanity at large. Jewish civilization is an international treasure trove that must be protected.”


If this is not ultra-Nazi from a Jewish leader, what is?