VOICE OF GOD, or

voice for God, or

a call to further fund the ultimately cunning? Hey, don’t ask me, go ask your “let’s bend over backwards to accommodate” PC folks. (And yes, I would indeed be happy to explain — ask, and ye shall receive.)

Your quote:

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The Echo of “Allahu Akbar”Muslim Calls to Prayers Get a Mixed Reception in Germany

A growing number of mosques in Germany are seeking permission to conduct calls to prayer over loudspeakers. Residents and critics in some cities are pushing back.
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If indeed anywhere in the ‘west’ (before these invaders were imported) we had ‘noise control’ laws … why do we relax then now to accommodate the vicious? 
Incomers should adapt themselves to US (to we, the natives) — or get the hell out, back to the slime-pit religious dictatorships they are “fleeing”.
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Again, I see it—and am calling it—as an invasion. Would anybody disagree?
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GET BACK WHERE YOU BELONG,

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(And gobble your cake soma …)

Even here, even in ‘God’s Own Country’ (which we fondly know as “Godzone”) there are two laws:

  • one for you, the rich and or famous
  • & one for We The People, anywhere

So:  we, Kiwis (the New Zealander citizenry unique) are actually right in the three sigma (or wotever it was back when I knew more than I’ve long forgotten). Here, have thee some nice sigmas*:

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AND IF YOU ARE

interested in what promoted this emotional outburst, I pray thee then, pop along to and read this—

https://www.stuff.co.nz/travel/news/122219597/private-jet-leaves-christchurch-under-cover-of-darkness-after-picking-up-two-mystery-passengers

And if you have any sense:

DON’T U DARE ASK

SILLY QUESTIONS!!

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*  Which apply only to the unquestioning. (But they apply very well, though.)

IMPLOSION,

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and neither is the misnamed ‘Civil War’ concept. In the meantime this quote  is overdue for some serious mulling—

ARROW DOWN

“Diminished role

When facing previous public health emergencies, the CDC was a hive of activity, holding regular press briefings and developing guidance that was followed by governments around the world. But during the greatest public health emergency in a century, it appears the CDC has been almost entirely erased by the White House as the public face of the Covid-19 pandemic response.”

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=12349199

—wotever a ‘mull’ is. Don’t ask me, go mullet for yourselves. As Hamlet might have mused, “There’s something rotten in the states” etc etc (however it goes) (went).

AND:

I apologise upfront for misusing Gertie’s image out of context up there—she was the only ‘unpretty’ I had handy (and fits the bill ‘misnomer’ perfectly).

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Si vis pacem parabellum

 

IT COULD ALMOST

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that no-one asks me why I am so very against the concept of OWG—

a ‘One World Government’

I mean, just think of all the advantages—

  • no more wars
  • freedom of all citizens to freely travel freely
  • a single world currency
  • a single language (eventually)
  • possibly a single bank
  • no more ‘racism’
  • no more ‘sexism’
  • no armed forces gobbling taxpayer funds
  • no confusing multiplicities of laws
  • a single religion
  • a single academic standard
  • no poverty
  • no hiding place for bad guys  guyettes  people
  • no government secrets
  • no costly spy agencies
  • greatly reduced bureaucracies
  • equal opportunities for all
  • Greta Thunberg can retire
  • etc etc etc oodles lots and much more

—so why is one cranky old dog so greatly against the wonderful notion? Hey:

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if you have to askI doubt very much that you’d ever understand the answer. But here’s some advice for any fence-sitters:

BE VERY CAREFUL

WHO YOU LISTEN TO

AND WHAT YOU VOTE FOR—

because you might just get it.

And like jumping out of your aeroplane

there’s no going back!

WOW!

WOW …

I WAS JUST WATCHING

Dr John Robson telling us about his wood stove—

—when I had a horrible unrelated thought:

What would happen to miss Greta* if she were to recant?

  • Car crash?
  • Mad axeman in the night?
  • Mushrooms?
  • Wild dingos?

And the most likely contingency for which no-one has consideration:

  • martyred by her controllers? (See above.)

Possible, maybe even probable—but how? (Reference the list above, and you tell me.)

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“Argus!”

(Oops.)

“Yes, Miss greta, your up-for-soonest sainthood Sir? Ma’am? Wotever?”

“HOW DARE YOU!”

Brrrrrrr … !

“Quite easy, Ma’am! You just have to think. For yourself. Try it, you may find you like it.”

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* Greta Thunberg … whom I believe has only two (frequently interchanged) moving parts—her mouth and her anus.

OOPS … MAYBE, JUST

MAYBE,

SKULLY CHEERFUL

it (corona v) isn’t quite as beaten as we keep telling everyone that ain’t us—

https://www.odt.co.nz/news/national/pair-covid-given-exemption-drive-wellington

—damn! Just when you thought it safe to get back into our waters—

(SFX: cue ‘Jaws’ movie theme here please) (you know, the one that goes “Narrnip,   narnip,   narnipnarnipnarnip etc).

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—we fill our pool with sharks. (Ya gotta be kind to cute little sharks, no? Show the world that us Kiwis are compassionate above and beyond the call of uncommon sense…)

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“Yes!”

EXPERT~!

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ex, and spert.

  • an ‘ex’ is a once was, a has been
  • ‘spurt’ is a drip under pressure.

Now: what is the ‘half life’ of a fact? 

“The World Health Organisation (WHO) is understood to be on the verge of doing a U-turn on its mask advisory.

Epidemiologist and face mask supporter Michael Baker … yesterday said WHO officials were actively reconsidering the global health organisation’s stance on face masks.

“It will almost certainly change,” Prof Baker said.

To date, WHO has said there was no evidence wearing a mask protected against the virus.

It only recommended the use of masks by members of the public who had symptoms or were caring for people who had Covid-19 …

The Ministry of Health said for most people wearing masks was not recommended.

The ministry had been asked whether a U-turn by WHO would result in it changing its advice to New Zealanders and whether a change of policy would mean it was compulsory to wear face masks in public …”

Sourced: CLICK HERE

No cynical bleat would be complete without mention of a rising star in NZ … one Professor Robert Patman who seems to be taking the NZ media by storm. From Otago University (home of ‘progressives’) he’s the definitive expert on man-made global warming (it’s all our fault, apparently) … and now on matters medical.

He could even be in line for Prime Minister in just a few years if he plays his cards right, maybe a knighthood?

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https://www.asiamediacentre.org.nz/experts/robertpatman/

Certainly he’s doing well, even without my help.

I’m off now to look up the expression “One World Government” … that is, after I’ve considered all possible meanings of the word ‘temporary’ (definitions may have changed since I was a pup).

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UNLESS GOVT ENFORCED

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out bad money.

So in a Free Market (hah! I wish …) we would be free to choose whatever we want to use as money. And in the past, in different geographical locations—folks did exactly that.

I TAKE AS GIVEN

that everyone needs a convenient ‘means of exchange’ to replace barter. So everyone uses something serving in the office of money. Historically the physical money problem resolved often into gold, silver, and copper. Scarcity, and the costs involved in collecting those metals made them ‘precious’. 

THROUGHOUT HISTORY

Wannabe dictators forced valueless artificial ‘currencies’ onto their serfs—power overriding rationality. Yet in the long run it is the Market itself that determines the value of a currency.  And when a free market succumbs to force of arms … alternate currencies arise. Think about it: what holds it’s ‘value’, an ounce of pure gold or a dozen wheelbarrows full of printed paper? Such a situation isn’t hypothetical:

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And now: we are offered ‘Terminating money’? Do you remember the old game called “Pass the parcel”? But played (for real) now with absolutely nothing inside the final layer. (Nothing— but oh, so beautifully wrapped …)1_2kLD3EnaJ-6INo0O-MvjzQ.jpg

3 cubic acres of money … what would happen to the ‘value’ of such if it were to be loosed on the peasantry overnight?

Brrrrrrrrr …

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GOT YOU BY THE

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Surely not. We’re much too clever for that … or at least, our beloved and personally elected officials are. (So there!)

The prime minister, Scott Morrison, has attempted to rally member nations of the WHO to support an independent inquiry into the origins and spread of the coronavirus …

But China is seemingly unwilling to co-operate and has issued veiled threats over whether Chinese citizens would continue to travel to Australia and purchase the country’s products.

This week, the state-controlled People’s Daily lashed out at Scott Morrison as deserving “a slap in the face” for trying to blame the Covid-19 pandemic on the communist state, warning any push for an independent inquiry into the virus’ origins will spark a travel and trade boycott.

Hey … don’t ask me, I’m just an impartial spectator here. Ask yourself, you’re clever. Australians, ahhhh … almost the same as people, bless ’em! And as a people myself, I know which side my butter is breaded on and when not to eat the hand that feeds me. Now, an aside—

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FACTS, OR

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Facts are for egg-noodles and counters of the executive bean. Our futures lie in trends. (You know, them pattern fings we read about, Guv.)

Which is me, though, to a ‘t’. I look for patterns, I integrate observed rates and make predictions based on elementary calculations and subconscious conclusions.

GIGO rules, in fact … so I try always to verify:

if it looks good,

to me,

it must be true*.

For me. For you? Who knows …now ponder how many folks out there believe in God. Christ. Moses. Abraham. Allah. Buddha. Vishnu. Thor. Odin. Krishna. Viracocha. Isis. The Great Earthworm … and I wonder if in my naive irrationality I may not be no more loopy than the rest of ’em. But here’s a refreshing statement I just pulled in from some university bound egg-noodle in New Zealand—

“It’s a bit like the road toll. If you have a bad weekend or a good day, or a bad day, it is the pattern that you’re after…”

—and who could possibly argue with an egg-noodle?

WOW!

“Oh … WOW!

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*  Or not … anyway, quote is from:  https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12329102