Category Archives: Politics
Political and economic systems
Ashley Madison database hack exposes UK Greek Islam convert/ sharia law extremist.
Transactions totaling $174, an initial payment of $54 followed by 8 monthly payments of $15 for the period between 22 October 2014 and 19 June 2015, were discovered attached to the name of Hamza Andeas Tzortzis.
Of course he has tried to deny it.
But here’s the data:
There are another 16 lines of his monthly payments, but accounting is a bit boring.
Gee that’s an odd IP address for some who live in the UK, Sydney Australia?
Maybe Hamza has a point….
Well, then you do a little more digging and find out that that is exactly when Hamza was in Sydney, and don’t say we are making it up, its on his own blog.
He admits he was in Sydney on that exact day, on his own blog.
22 October, Wednesday
6PM – 9PM: Lecture “Islam and the Secular Mind”. Hosted by MSA NSW. UWS, Miperra, Sydney.
Hamza Andeas Tzortzis: A massive hypocrite who by his own words should be stoned to death for adultery.
So Muslims please show your devotion and stone the adulterer to death, it’s your belief system, I just want you to be consistent with it.
So just in case you have forgotten your procedure, I have included a quick tutorial to make sure you get it right.
So why exactly are we allowing these insane hypocrites into Australia?
So in our race to the bottom of corruption legal and political system, we have a Royal commission head being accused of corruption, by the very people he is attempting to prosecute.
You really have to laugh at the system attempting to give itself legitimacy when its becoming blatantly obvious that every part is so thoroughly corrupt that there is no real hope for a reasonable settlement.
The unions have screwed their workers, the government is using the commission to attack political opponents but has been caught out stacking the commission with party lackeys.
Epic levels of hypocrisy form all sides.
Following multiple suspected rorts of travel expense involving helicopter, the speaker in Australian house of representatives has; after significant bipartisan pressure; resigned. Having become a divisive character due to her propensity to eject opposition questions on the flippant grounds of house standing orders 94a, its a surprise that she was finally undone by her travel expenses rather than outrageous bias in subverting democracy and deflecting criticism of the government. Philip Ruddock is touted to be her replacement, and many wonder why he was not the speaker from the beginning of this government.
You really need to see this on a really big screen.
The word “dysgenic” was first used, as an adjective, about 1915, by David Starr Jordan, describing the dysgenic effect of World war I. Jordan believed that healthy men were as likely to die in modern warfare as anyone else, and that war killed only the physically healthy men of the populace whilst preserving the disabled at home. Stolen straight from Wikipedia.
In essence war weakens a society immediately and for generations to come.
So an entirely plausible chart showing causes and effects of various social institutions and political themes leading to a feedback loop between banks and those pushing progressive (politically correct) culture. Was this actually planned this way of was it an accidental consequence of different groups lust for power at all costs? Either way it is a very interesting analysis of some very big issues. There is the further prong to the assault of attacking logical reasoning also, to prevent people from comprehending what is actually going on.
One can almost image it as a power point presentation being displayed somewhere quite vile.
In a surprise move the beleaguered Prime minister of Australia announced his resignation today.
Tony Abbott released this statement to the press :
Its become clear to me my popularity is the lowest of any prime minister in Australian history. Modern democracy is really a fancy a popularity contest, and without the Murdoch press constantly spruiking and spinning every move I make, my position and lobbyist for various corporations and private interests is untenable. I have feathered my nest quite well in this time is politics but the game is up. It’s time to hand the mask to a new monster currently more palatable to the mindless masses we call the Australian public. I wish the next soulless opportunist to take on the captaincy all the best, as captain of this now sinking ship.