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1  General Discussion / America / Re: the malicious political conspiracy against the Tru
 on: Today at 3:09pm 
Started by Yadda | Post by greggerypeccary  
Sad Kangaroo wrote Today at 2:35pm:
The love for Trump you people have is really starting to rot your brains...


And let's face it, they didn't have much to start with.

...

2  Member Run Boards / Film, Television and Radio / Re: Assault
 on: Today at 3:07pm 
Started by greggerypeccary | Post by PZ547  
Ok Greg. You've had your chance and once again, have proved you have nothing of value to say

Let's return to your shrieks of outrage about Hanson's advocating a kick up the backside to the politicised child

Yep. I agree, the kid needs a kick up the backside, although my weapon of choice would be to ignore the little attention seeker with the shadowy backers

But since the beginnings of time, kicks up the backside and like methods have kept the world spinning reasonably stably on its axis

Teachers used to administer the cane and kicks up the backside on daily basis as did local coppers. And many an old timer has given thanks to those interventions and credited them with putting them back on the straight and narrow

The shadowy world-destroyers have managed now to ensure that at no time are kids told 'no'. And it's to the kids' and the world's detriment. We now have useless, directionless wastes of space looking for causes, looking for someone to annoy and irritate, looking for confrontation and disruption. And their lives are going nowhere and that's where their lives will end

Kicks up the backside, judiciously administered, might have put them on a more successful path. Would have taught them that the rest of the world does not have to comply with their demands

because

when they approach the bank for money to get themselves into a penthouse -- the bank is going to say NO

when they walk into interviews in the belief they're doing a company a favour for applying -- the company is going to say NO

when they tell their parents to move into a caravan in order they -- the offspring -- can have their house and its contents --- the parents are going to say NO

when they demand 'love' from the object of their desires despite that person has told them to shove-off ---the object of their desires is going to say NO

trying to get on a bus/train without paying. NO

stealing smokes and lollies from the shop. NO

wanting a car from the dealer but no have money. NO

expecting guests to pay for their fantasy wedding. NO

demanding opiates whatever from the doctor. NO

The world is filled with the big NO and the sooner children realise that, the more realistic their expections will be

As to physical violence, you're a dolt, Greg, or simple observation would have taught you long ago that violence is often a deterrent and prevents more violence

Weedy little guys stay out of tough pubs. Women stay out of dangerous areas. Neghbours stay away from violent families. People in public transport give wide berth to those who even hint they may launch into violence. In other words, society appreciates that Might is Right. They know their own place in the pecking order

When teachers weilded the cane at assembly and pulled half a dozen offenders out for six of the best -- the rest learned and decided they'd avoid those offences and punishment. Same in the military and any place where more than three gather together


Humans are animals. Kids are wild animals and adults are, largely, tamed-animals


to keep them in line and moving in orderly fashion, the whip needs to be cracked now and again


it's for everyone's own good



3  General Discussion / Federal Politics / Re: Ken Wyatt to defect to labor?
 on: Today at 3:04pm 
Started by gandalf | Post by juliar  
Sounds like a bit of FAKE NEWS started by the despairing Labor Party which is being dragged under by Scungy little Shorty who is detested by the voters because he wants to QUADRUPLE the cost of power and RESTART the BOATS and STEAL from the PENSIONERS and wreck the housing market and generally stuff things up.

Prepare for an avalanche of FAKE NEWS and Medicare type FRAUDS from Labor and GetUp! as time goes on and Labor's position becomes increasingly hopeless.





Liberal minister Ken Wyatt denies overtures to defect to Labor
By Lane Calcutt Political Reporter 12:49pm Sep 19, 2018

Aged Care Minister Ken Wyatt has emphatically denied he's been approached to switch to the Labor Party, and that he'd ever consider it.

"At no stage would I contemplate swapping from a coalition party, the Liberal Party," Mr Wyatt said.

"I would not cross over for any political expediency or for personal gain or benefit."

...
Ken Wyatt speaks at Question Time. (AAP)

Mr Wyatt said he was committed to re-contesting his West Australia seat as a Liberal at the next election.

A newspaper report this morning said fellow indigenous MP, Labor's Linda Burney, had held secret talks with the minister about joining the ALP.

But Ms Burney also dismissed the speculation, describing it as a "flight of fancy".


The last major defection came when the Democrats' Cheryl Kernot joined the Labor Party, over 20 years ago.

...
Linda Burney and Ken Wyatt embrace after her maiden speech to parliament in 2016. (AAP)

https://www.9news.com.au/2018/09/19/12/49/liberal-minister-ken-wyatt-denies-over...

4  General Discussion / America / Re: Declassified ...
 on: Today at 3:04pm 
Started by The Mechanic | Post by greggerypeccary  
Sad Kangaroo wrote Today at 3:00pm:
Panther wrote Today at 2:49pm:
Sad Kangaroo wrote Today at 2:34pm:
Panther wrote Today at 2:03pm:
If the President orders Declassification by the FBI or the CIA they must comply.


That is not the issue, his request for the unredacted information and the subject of that information that is.

He is playing a petty game of trying to avoid the consequences of his and his team's actions.

Those expressing concern over his request or Order if you so desire, are putting the country, it's safety, agency members and their methods above the petty squabble that is taking the focus of the President.

At best, BEST, Trump is displaying his usual ignorance of the world around him, the world he is in charge of and is trying to get material for the court of public opinion over the Russia investigation which may spectacularly backfire, or at worst, he's using this as a way of getting information Russia has requested to them.

I doubt it's the latter, but given all his other capitulations to Putin and Russia, it's sadly a legitimate possibility these days.

Surely you can understand the danger of releasing all the text messages and everything else Trump has requested, without redaction, from former high ranking members of the Intelligence and Federal Agencies regarding anything they've said that is even slightly related to Russia...

It seems like Trump is looking for more Strzok-esque messages to help attack the Mueller investigation and it's shocking that he'd take such risks with the country just to do so.

A petty vindictive man who is once again putting himself and his needs ahead of the country.

All of you defending this should be ashamed, but that ship has long sailed...


Read my posts above......not only can he order it, but he can order ALL of it completely redacted.....

The President if fully within his Constitutional Power to do so.

He has expressly done so, & they will comply, or face the consequences....which could go far beyond removal.

The Constitution of the United States of America gives the President far reaching powers.....that's just one of many reasons why President Donald John Trump is the most Powerful Man in the World!

Spit the dummy........whinge all you want......facts are facts.....President Trump will prevail!!!
Yasssah, dat Presiden' .... He dun got da "juice"!!
Wink


Jesus, you're a slimy bastard...

The concern is not the order, but what he's ordered, not from the standpoint of constitutional power but what he wants, his motivations for it and the dangers involved.

All the information you ignored, specifically discoloured in the quote, is the point of the concern.

But as usual, you cherry pick and argue a different point entirely...


"argue"?

I wouldn't call it that, exactly.



5  General Discussion / America / Re: Declassified ...
 on: Today at 3:03pm 
Started by The Mechanic | Post by Panther  
Sad Kangaroo wrote Today at 2:34pm:
Panther wrote Today at 2:03pm:
If the President orders Declassification by the FBI or the CIA they must comply.


That is not the issue, his request for the unredacted information and the subject of that information that is.

He is playing a petty game of trying to avoid the consequences of his and his team's actions.

Those expressing concern over his request or Order if you so desire, are putting the country, it's safety, agency members and their methods above the petty squabble that is taking the focus of the President.

At best, BEST, Trump is displaying his usual ignorance of the world around him, the world he is in charge of and is trying to get material for the court of public opinion over the Russia investigation which may spectacularly backfire, or at worst, he's using this as a way of getting information Russia has requested to them.

I doubt it's the latter, but given all his other capitulations to Putin and Russia, it's sadly a legitimate possibility these days.

Surely you can understand the danger of releasing all the text messages and everything else Trump has requested, without redaction, from former high ranking members of the Intelligence and Federal Agencies regarding anything they've said that is even slightly related to Russia...


It seems like Trump is looking for more Strzok-esque messages to help attack the Mueller investigation and it's shocking that he'd take such risks with the country just to do so.

A petty vindictive man who is once again putting himself and his needs ahead of the country.

All of you defending this should be ashamed, but that ship has long sailed...



Read my posts above......not only can he order it, but he can order ALL of it completely redacted.....

BTW.....President Trump sees ALL classified information in those documents without redaction, so he already knows what's in them.....  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

The President if fully within his Constitutional Power to do so.

He has expressly done so, & they will comply, or face the consequences....which could go far beyond removal.

The Constitution of the United States of America gives the President far reaching powers.....that's just one of many reasons why President Donald John Trump is the most Powerful Man in the World!

Spit the dummy........whinge all you want......facts are facts.....President Trump will prevail!!!
Yasssah, dat Presiden' .... He dun got da "juice"!!
Wink

6  General Discussion / General Board / Re: Hannah Gadsby is not funny
 on: Today at 3:02pm 
Started by minarchist | Post by greggerypeccary  
greggerypeccary wrote Today at 11:17am:
I don't find her particularly funny either.

However, my opinion is based purely on comedy - not sexuality or gender.



It's a pity the sewer rat didn't read this before making a fool of itself.



7  General Discussion / America / Re: Declassified ...
 on: Today at 3:02pm 
Started by The Mechanic | Post by Panther  
Sad Kangaroo wrote Today at 2:34pm:
Panther wrote Today at 2:03pm:
If the President orders Declassification by the FBI or the CIA they must comply.


That is not the issue, his request for the unredacted information and the subject of that information that is.

He is playing a petty game of trying to avoid the consequences of his and his team's actions.

Those expressing concern over his request or Order if you so desire, are putting the country, it's safety, agency members and their methods above the petty squabble that is taking the focus of the President.

At best, BEST, Trump is displaying his usual ignorance of the world around him, the world he is in charge of and is trying to get material for the court of public opinion over the Russia investigation which may spectacularly backfire, or at worst, he's using this as a way of getting information Russia has requested to them.

I doubt it's the latter, but given all his other capitulations to Putin and Russia, it's sadly a legitimate possibility these days.

Surely you can understand the danger of releasing all the text messages and everything else Trump has requested, without redaction, from former high ranking members of the Intelligence and Federal Agencies regarding anything they've said that is even slightly related to Russia...


It seems like Trump is looking for more Strzok-esque messages to help attack the Mueller investigation and it's shocking that he'd take such risks with the country just to do so.

A petty vindictive man who is once again putting himself and his needs ahead of the country.

All of you defending this should be ashamed, but that ship has long sailed...



Read my posts above......not only can he order it, but he can order ALL of it completely redacted.....

BTW.....President Trump sees ALL classified information in those documents without redaction, so he already knows what's in them.....  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

The President if fully within his Constitutional Power to do so.

He has expressly done so, & they will comply, or face the consequences....which could go far beyond removal.

The Constitution of the United States of America gives the President far reaching powers.....that's just one of many reasons why President Donald John Trump is the most Powerful Man in the World!

Spit the dummy........whinge all you want......facts are facts.....President Trump will prevail!!!
Yasssah, dat Presiden' .... He dun got da "juice"!!
Wink

8  General Discussion / America / Re: Declassified ...
 on: Today at 3:00pm 
Started by The Mechanic | Post by Sad Kangaroo  
Panther wrote Today at 2:49pm:
Sad Kangaroo wrote Today at 2:34pm:
Panther wrote Today at 2:03pm:
If the President orders Declassification by the FBI or the CIA they must comply.


That is not the issue, his request for the unredacted information and the subject of that information that is.

He is playing a petty game of trying to avoid the consequences of his and his team's actions.

Those expressing concern over his request or Order if you so desire, are putting the country, it's safety, agency members and their methods above the petty squabble that is taking the focus of the President.

At best, BEST, Trump is displaying his usual ignorance of the world around him, the world he is in charge of and is trying to get material for the court of public opinion over the Russia investigation which may spectacularly backfire, or at worst, he's using this as a way of getting information Russia has requested to them.

I doubt it's the latter, but given all his other capitulations to Putin and Russia, it's sadly a legitimate possibility these days.

Surely you can understand the danger of releasing all the text messages and everything else Trump has requested, without redaction, from former high ranking members of the Intelligence and Federal Agencies regarding anything they've said that is even slightly related to Russia...

It seems like Trump is looking for more Strzok-esque messages to help attack the Mueller investigation and it's shocking that he'd take such risks with the country just to do so.

A petty vindictive man who is once again putting himself and his needs ahead of the country.

All of you defending this should be ashamed, but that ship has long sailed...


Read my posts above......not only can he order it, but he can order ALL of it completely redacted.....

The President if fully within his Constitutional Power to do so.

He has expressly done so, & they will comply, or face the consequences....which could go far beyond removal.

The Constitution of the United States of America gives the President far reaching powers.....that's just one of many reasons why President Donald John Trump is the most Powerful Man in the World!

Spit the dummy........whinge all you want......facts are facts.....President Trump will prevail!!!
Yasssah, dat Presiden' .... He dun got da "juice"!!
Wink


Jesus, you're a slimy bastard...

The concern is not the order, but what he's ordered, not from the standpoint of constitutional power but what he wants, his motivations for it and the dangers involved.

All the information you ignored, specifically discoloured in the quote, is the point of the concern.

But as usual, you cherry pick and argue a different point entirely...

9  General Discussion / General Board / Re: Hannah Gadsby is not funny
 on: Today at 2:59pm 
Started by minarchist | Post by greggerypeccary  
PZ547 wrote Today at 2:43pm:
greggerypeccary wrote Today at 2:39pm:
PZ547 wrote Today at 2:36pm:
She's not funny, Greg

She's unattractive

She's a blob trying for the Poor Man's Stephen Fry

The minute her agendist promoters pull their money out, she's just another lesbian on the street

If she thinks she's going to get through life in a badly fitting suit with a butch hair do and telling bad jokes, she's in for a shock. Maybe you could send her to the same course you attended as back-up for when her dreams hit the dust?



I suggest you read my first reply to this topic.





I suggest you stop imagining you're star in some class-of-three debating session and write something that people might spend a few seconds on


It's not the class room, Greg. It's a tongue in cheek online forum


your favourite tutor is not here and no one's handing out little paper stars for effort


Hannah Gadsby is not funny is the thread title


Do YOU find her/it funny, Greg? If so, recount one bit of funniness to emerge from her in your experience


until then, your posts ranks higher in the humor stakes


go on Greg, stop trying to be 'intellectual' and go back to being your ridiculous self



I suggest you read my first reply to this topic.

If you did that when I first told you to, you wouldn't be looking such the fool right now.


10  General Discussion / America / Re: Declassified ...
 on: Today at 2:49pm 
Started by The Mechanic | Post by Panther  
Cool