Nov 212014

Two weeks ago we advised of a new website – Rights for Bendigo Residents – and suggested you keep an eye on it.

The good people behind that web site now have a similarly named Facebook page:

Web sites are excellent for long-term storage of data including documents (of which there are some very interesting ones on the web site as we previously observed).

Facebook pages are suitable for information that’s frequently updated, often several times a day.

The Rights For Bendigo Residents group are concerned with the processes used by the City of Great Bendigo Council and the applicants of a Planning Application, which by any measure, appears seriously flawed.

As more information comes to our attention, we strongly suspect the flawed processes detailed are the tiny tip of a massive iceberg.

Keep your eyes on these sites!

Nov 212014


…first define “culture”

All of today’s Australians (even the Aboriginal people) are either migrants, or descended from people who migrated here from overseas. From the founding of the modern Australian State at Federation, until the early 1970’s, the basis of our immigration policy was more or less the same as that of the United States.

This was articulated clearly in the following letter from Theodore Roosevelt to the American Defense Society:

“In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the person’s becoming in every facet an American, and nothing but an American. There can be no divided allegiance here.

“Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn’t an American at all. We have room for but one flag, the American flag. We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language… and we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the American people.”

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Nov 212014

Just like Climate Change and Global Warming (and Halal certification), carbon capture is a huge con.


… a biocidal policy

There are four non-toxic gases-of-life in Earth’s protective atmospheric blanket. None should be captured and buried. The most abundant is nitrogen – 78%. If there was no nitrogen there would be no plant or animal protein and a very different world.

Next most abundant is oxygen – 21%. Without oxygen most of today’s animal life would die within minutes. Both nitrogen and oxygen can moderate climate by absorbing surface heat and transferring it aloft by convection.

Then comes marvellous water, whose vapour comprises a variable 0.1 – 4% of the atmosphere, while liquid water fills the oceans, lakes and rivers that cover 70% of Earth’s surface and makes all clouds, snow and ice. Water vapour is Earth’s most effective “Greenhouse gas”, except in the very dry air at the poles. Water and water vapour moderate the extremes of temperature on Earth, cooling the hot tropics by evaporation and convection and, by delaying the loss of surface heat, often keep nights warmer than they would otherwise be.

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Nov 212014

The Warmist idiots will make media mileage out of almost anything; pity they almost ignore it when the weather freezes!


…oh, so November was actually warmer six years ago?

But over in the US it is the coldest series of winters in living memory. “I can’t remember and I don’t think anyone else can remember this much snow falling in this short a period,” said Mark Poloncarz of Erie County in Buffalo New York.

The cold spell has seen temperatures below freezing in all 50 States, killing 21 people and causing transport gridlock. Al Gore should be ecstatic.

Tuesday morning this week had the coldest average November temperature across the entire country since 1976, according to meteorology consulting firm, “Weather Bell Analytics”. Apparently it was colder in 1975, so even the title “climate change” itself is a scam.

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