Category Archives: Media
In an extremely unexpected announcement The Greens party leader Adam Bandt admits global warming is not real.
Basically were a Marxist party so we really want to internally rot any country that has not accepted cultural and/or economic Marxism.
The Global Warming Carbon Tax is a perfect vehicle for this, its economically destructive, it appeals to individual guilt for an imagined problem, and it covers up while mitigating a real problem, peak oil.
Furthermore the global warming scam allows us to simply ignore all other environmental problems, the ‘death of the entire planet’ line really make all other problems seem insignificant.
As you know, most of the money the Australian government has collected via global warming / carbon tax rackets has been wasted on junkets and tribunes to the higher ups in the scam, like Al Gore, the IPCC and their paid off ‘scientists’.
I goes to show how careful one must be with the media, the public are still only just learning to filter out the bullshit we feed them constantly. Global warming and the carbon tax is just one of many ploys being used on the public.
I just had to come clean eventually, I’m politician and a lawyer, I’m expected to be honest, so I’d rather admit it now and take a small reputation hit, before I get destroyed by a clever investigative journalist.
Adam closed with this famous quote.
If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.
So one of the biggest stories in technology in the last year or so has just happened. A small company called Oculus wanted to make an attempt at a Virtual Reality (VR) headset, nothing new here various IT companies have been trying to make VR a commercial success for more than 20 years. What was new was the mode of funding and the ultimate purchaser. Kickstarter,( which was normally used by small player to get some money to record a CD, write a book, or produce a small gadget) was used to acquire 1.2 million USD for Oculus development version VR headset (AKA goggles). One of the biggest kickstarter projects ever. From all the hype generated the dying dinosaur Facebook smells the blood in the water and buys Oculus for 2 billion dollars. Depite the Kickstarted backers getting the prototype VR headset as promised, a lot of backers were really angry, they felt that they were supporting an independent company not making a R&D donation to the oh so creepy Facebook.
What does this mean?
Kickstarter has had its day, people will no longer want to donate to companies unless it really a forward purchase. Other companies like Kickstarter are emerging and now and will offer a shareholding in new companies.
Crowd funding will become crowd micro investing.
Oculus will be associated with the creepy surveillance of Facebook.
Facebook will probably ruin the potential Oculus like some many previous failed attempts to make people use VR. Farmville in 3D really has very little extra appeal.
It’s no surprise that this happened when corporations got their hands on free money
Sony have similar VR project , but have none of this baggage and may just be more successful because of the negative publicity gathered by the aforementioned rogues.
Don’t believe it?
Its 3/4 of the way down this page:
Make them take you to court and get a conviction, which is harder for them than you think.
Why have an illegal referendum, when you can make a mockery of democratic process at the same time?
Victorian government votes for anti protest laws.
This is a move to further erode and criminalize dissent and marginalize political thought.
But do you?
The following politicians voted to remove your right to protest.
Hon Mr Bruce Atkinson : Nunawading (03) 9877 7188
Mrs Andrea Coote : Port Melbourne (03) 9681 9555
Ms Georgie Crozier : Caulfield (03) 9555 4101
Hon Richard Dalla-Riva :Vermont South (03) 9803 0592
Hon David Davis : Surrey Hills (03) 9888 6244
Mr Damian Drum : Bendigo (03) 5443 6277
Mr Andrew Elsbury : Werribee (03) 8742 3226
Mr Bernie Finn : Sunshine (03) 9312 1212
Hon Matthew Guy : Melbourne (03) 8392 6075
Hon Peter Hall : Traralgon (03) 5174 7066
Mr David Koch : Geelong (03) 5222 1941
Mrs Jan Kronberg : Ringwood (03) 9870 8284
Hon Wendy Lovell : Shepparton (03) 5821 0055
Mrs Amanda Millar : Woodend (03) 5427 2444
Mr Edward O’Donohue : Melbourne (03) 8684 0900
Mr Craig Ondarchie : South Morang (03) 9422 0099
Mrs Inga Peulich : Chelsea (03) 9772 1366
Mr Simon Ramsay : Ballarat (03) 5332 9443
Hon Gordon Rich-Phillips : Dandenong (03) 9794 7667
Mr Andrew Ronalds : Sale (03) 5143 1038
their email addresses:
Do not ever vote for these people, they think of you as nothing more that dumb beasts to be used and abused for their pleasure. Your only legal way to get political change is to contact them directly, which we suggest you do each and every day. You’ll soon see they really couldn’t care less about what you want, and any illusion of democracy you have will soon be gone.
Protest is now illegal, if you disagree with government policy you will be punished.
For ease of translation:
According to the map, this is the imaginary line which marks the property boundary between the oligarchs who own us.
So now we have to try to kill each other to change this line.
Of course neither of us have anything to gain from this and we risk death.
We would have to be insane to do that.
This week Australia’s favourite first daughter and sometime standup comedienne Gina Rinehart had a few things to say about the unemployed not working hard enough, suggesting that a 25hour working day with an hourly pay of $2 would become the law if she had her way. The age of entitlement is over, unless , of course, you’re a mega- rich mining magnate with inherited wealth , in which case entitlement just keeps on growing and growing and growing. Funny, that…
In Russia first moves of geopolitical chess they have secured their pawn in their major trading port of Rostov-on-Don, and moved forces to the Russian sympathetic region (oblast) of Crimea. Apparently minimal violence has occurred and the Russian are questioning legitimacy of the ousting of Yukanovych. Ukraine is concerned that Dnipropetrovsk (home to nuclear weapons, missile and defense industries) will be the next target for Russian occupation. Its difficult o determine whether Russia is acting with outright aggression/conquest of simply making sure things don’t get too out of control, perhaps both are true. The distance between Kiev and Moscow is similar to the distance between Melbourne and Sydney, so no one want things to get too crazy.