Thursday 29th of July 2021

Gus Leonisky's blog


















In 60 action-packed minutes, this world-first live documentary ... set[s] out to discover who is polluting Britain's rivers and why nobody is stopping them.


freedom of the press UK style...


















breaching the first amendment rights of US citizens...




















Government agencies are flagging posts as “misinformation” for Facebook. Essentially telling internet companies who to censor. We’ve always suspected as much, but now they’ve actually admitted it.


















The Australian government granted exemptions for 75 foreign nationals with critical skills in religion or theology to enter the country in the first half of this year.

The Department of Home Affairs confirmed it issued the travel exemptions under the critical skills category, using the codes for minister of religion or religious assistant.

complexity made simple...
















Barnaby Joyce has likened agreeing to a policy of net-zero emissions by 2050 to going into a restaurant and ordering a meal without knowing what you are getting and how much it will cost.

The Coalition government has yet to formally agree to a 2050 target, but talks about being on a path to one.

But Mr Joyce, who recently returned to the leadership of the Nationals party and the role of deputy prime minister, has yet to be convinced.


Mr Joyce was asked on the ABC’s Insiders on Sunday if he supports a 2050 emissions target.


















I could be wrong but. 15 years ago I postulated on this site that “global warming was baloney”… We should consider  “GLOBAL HOTTING” instead. Over the years I have been following the debates and the arguments for and against in regard to this important subject. So I went back to my little red book to revisit my predictions. Some items have come to the fore:


A) The surface of the planet has not warmed as per the full blast of the theory.

        1. At this stage we know there is a lot of “mitigating” factors which I call “RETARDING FACTORS”. 

auf wiedersehen...





















Angela Merkel's last federal press conference: 'It was a pleasure'

German Chancellor Angela Merkel made her last ever appearance at the summer federal press conference, a tradition organized by a union of Berlin journalists. Many of the questions look back at her 16 years in office.


At one point during the conference, Angela Merkel stumbles over her words. The chancellor is asked where she will be on September 26 at 6 p.m., the evening of the German federal elections — and the end of her fourth and final term.

of undivided friendships...






















The United States of America cannot maintain its declining power and influence in the world unless it can dominate Russia and China and it cannot dominate them so long as they are allied. Each of the two nations is a major world power, and China is soon to become, if it is not already, the dominant economic power.




















Prime Minister Scott Morrison has apologised for Australia’s vaccine rollout falling consistently short of its targets but insists some of the issues were out of his control.

Mr Morrison had repeatedly refused to say sorry for the bungled immunisation program, which is lagging behind most of the developed world.

fake evidence, real war...

red linered line


















During the summer (Winter in Australia), we continue the publication in episodes of Thierry Meyssan’s book, Before Our Very Eyes. In this episode, the chemical attack in Ghouta and the Western hesitations up to the financing of Daesh.



From false accusations to the real massacre


by Thierry Meyssan



11 years to go...

qld olympicsqld olympics


















Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has copped a public broadside from Australian Olympics boss John Coates, just as the pair were meant to be celebrating Brisbane’s Games triumph.

... Mr Coates – the Australian Olympic Committee president – ordered the Premier to attend Friday’s opening ceremony in Tokyo.

“You are going to the opening ceremony,” he said.

conquering the world with eugenics...




















Don’t smoke or you’ve got 51.3 per cent chances of dying early from lung cancer. Drinking alcohol will give cancer of the liver in 37.9 per cent of cases older than the average. Eat, fart and think in moderation, whatever moderation is… 


60 years ago, yuri: one orbit — today, jeff and sir dick: spin...

space bubsspace bubs                 <

ruskies & bubblies...





















MOSCOW: Russian oligarchs are facing a shortage of champagne, after French producers temporarily cut off supplies to the country over a new law that will force them to label their drinks as ‘‘sparkling wine’’.

Last week, President Vladimir Putin signed legislation stating that only wine produced in Russia could be labelled ‘‘champagne’’, while foreign makers, including those from France’s Champagne region, would have to rebrand their bubbly. Neither Putin nor parliament explained why Russia needed the law.

culling the oldies...
















Boris Johnson was reluctant to tighten Covid restrictions as cases rose last autumn because he thought people dying from it were "essentially all over 80", Dominic Cummings has claimed.

He also said the prime minister had messaged him to say: "I no longer buy all this NHS overwhelmed stuff."

Mr Johnson had wanted to let Covid "wash through the country" rather than destroy the economy, Mr Cummings said.

The claims came in an interview with BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg.

It is the first time Mr Cummings - Mr Johnson's former chief adviser - has given a one-on-one TV interview during his career in politics.

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