Thursday 23rd of September 2021























The French had their famous Foreign Legion… But these soldiers of fortune were not true mercenaries. 


Mercenaries are primarily concerned with making money at the expense of ethics — including professional soldiers hired to serve in a foreign army.


The Egyptians, the Romans employed mercenaries… Often the work of the mercenaries is “opaque” not so much on the results, but on who pays them and for what purpose. 


freedom of the new news...




















Nationals MP George Christensen will move from politician to publisher, launching a “pro-freedom” news website as he prepares to retire from federal Parliament.

The website, modelled on American outlet The Drudge Report, has so far been filled with links to fringe blogs and stories that are critical of COVID mask mandates and vaccinations.

One story claims a spate of US mass shootings were a “ruse” that were “co-ordinated by some evil force”.

arming university aussie bozos...
















It is now unambiguously clear that certain influential centres of government advice and government policy hold the university-as-institution in contempt. 

fake food, artificial proteins, pandemics, police, politics...



















This past year, I’ve heard the movie “Soylent Green” referenced countless times. It especially hits home when it comes to environmental concerns, and how some pundits, including Bill Gates, advocate that rich countries, such as the United States and Western Europe, should switch to eating 100 percent synthetic beef.



cost more to do nothing...


















Barnaby Joyce has warned the Nationals will oppose more ambitious climate targets until the cost for regional communities is revealed.

The Deputy PM is demanding to see more detail about the economic impacts of signing up Australia to net zero carbon emissions by 2050 before backing the target.

That’s despite a major international climate report card warning the planet is poised to be 1.5 degree warmer, compared with pre-industrial levels, by early next decade.


I'll answer that...






















Health Minister Brad Hazzard sent a very clear – and concerning – message to millions of voters locked down across the state on Tuesday. The NSW government is too busy to be held to account.

dangerous freedom...



















NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard has refused to publicly release documents detailing the COVID-19 advice chief health officer Dr Kerry Chant provided about locking down Greater Sydney.


ill winds .....


ill windsill winds




















There once was a planet called Earth,

Then, 4.5 billion years after birth,

It evolved a new species,

From DNA pieces,

That polluted for all they were worth.


This continued 'til everyone felt,

The impact of arctic-ice melt,

A global nightmare,

(Or full of hot-air?)

For many, disaster was spelt.


The science said 350 per mil,

Was the most CO2 we could spill,

If it grows any more,

We'll see famine and war,

Our chances? Effectively nil.

tenderising artificial steaks...

being womanbeing woman















From the time we are born, we are "educated". This involves a daily routine of do's and don'ts in which we learn acceptable behaviour and moral conduct. In most civilisations, religious beliefs have had a great role in making sure we follow the codes — including the secular tenets. We are free to think we are told, but we have little freedom outside the tight square. Even these days tree climbing for kids is a no-no because of insurance premiums.


punitive panaceas...






















Shut up and submit” is now the favorite Covid cure of some of America’s leading progressives. Paul Krugman, a Nobel Prize winner and New York Times columnist, revealed on Tuesday that since freedom is a mirage, people have no good reason not to comply with endless government commands. Unfortunately, punitive panaceas are increasingly popular among both politicians and pundits.

it was a disaster...

















British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has been at odds with the weather recently, reportedly didn't enjoy his trip to Scotland's Applecross peninsula in August last year, when most foreign travel destinations remained closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

PM Boris Johnson nearly drowned during his short holiday in the Applecross peninsula, when his was lost at sea on a paddleboard, according to The Times.

too much information...



















One of the federal government’s most vocal critics of the ABC — who claims it is biased and pushing an increasingly “woke” agenda — has admitted he doesn’t actually watch it.

South Australian Liberal senator Alex Antic has accused the public broadcaster of being “bound and gagged by left-wing ideology” and growing “more recalcitrant every day”.

information about disinformation and white-anting the truth...
























We live in the age of deceit. This has been one of the main tenets on this site: expose deceit as much as possible. Politics and religions bathe in the sea of deceit. By whatever discussion and "evidence", we are made to accept some falsehoods when we get off the merry-go-round of information. Thus when we scratch our smooth pink surface, the skin, we discover our liver has cirrhosis (or is a circus according to the spell-check)...


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