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Posted in: Opposition Labor Party leader Albanese elected Australian PM in complex poll result See in context

The rot with China started when Morrison and his cohort started pointing the finger at China. It was probably warranted but could have been handled way better diplomatically. The world needs diplomacy and tact to function, something the smug Morrison has no clue about. Hopefully the new Govt can mend some bridges.

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Posted in: Once-neutral Sweden seeks NATO membership in historic shift See in context

Putin was just awarded the "NATO salesman of the month" badge.

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Posted in: California churchgoers detained gunman in deadly attack See in context

An interesting article here.

In 2020, Guns Became the Leading Cause of Death for US Kids | Time

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irearms became the leading cause of death for American children and teenagers in 2020, according to researchers who analyzed Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data.

This sad fact represents a major shift in risks for young people in the U.S. For over 60 years, car accidents were the leading cause of death for kids and teens. Car accidents are now number two, while drug overdoses are number three.

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Posted in: 50 more civilians rescued from besieged Mariupol steel plant See in context

What a load of utter rubbish saying that there are "Human Shields". The russians dont give a damn who they kill, including civilians. This has been proven over and over in the north. In fact , the russians use civilian murder and rape as a tactical weapon. No, the civilians are hiding so they themselves dont become victims of war crimes commited by the russians.

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Posted in: Putin claims victory in Mariupol despite steel mill holdouts See in context

Win lose or draw, Russia will be an economic basket case by time this is finished. Putin has single handedly broken the country. The people of russia will be paying for this action for decades.

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Posted in: Australian leader warns of resurgence in asylum seekers if opposition wins election See in context

Morrison appealing to the racists for votes. Classy.

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Posted in: Russian media campaign dismisses Bucha deaths as fakes See in context

Dont the Russian people (and the Chinese as well ) realise that their own Govt has killed more of them than anyone else.

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Posted in: Zelenskyy, speaking to U.N. Security Council, accuses Russian military of war crimes See in context

I feel solace in the fact that i, and any rational thinker, treats the deniers as akin the the deniers of the Holocaust. We must all remember that barbaric people walk amongst us, even here.

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Posted in: The recent history of comedians being assaulted on stage See in context

Just another overpaid entertainer who thinks that they are something special. Smith just proved that he is just the same as some yobbo having a punch on in the local backwoods pub. So why wasn't he immediately ejected from the venue? Where was the security staff.

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Posted in: Ash Barty’s retirement not really hard to fathom See in context

Ash's greatest weapon was her clarity of though and her mental toughness. She beat her opponents even before they were on the court. Whatever she turns her hand to i'm sure she will be a success. Press conference coming up shortly , so that may give us some answers to what her next move is.

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Posted in: NATO: 7,000 to 15,000 Russian troops dead in Ukraine See in context

Military strategists will tell you that to occupy a hostile territory successfully you need circa 13-15 soldiers per 100,000 of population. The most Russia could do would be circa 3 per 100,000. If the russians thought Afganastan was a bad idea, then they are in for a shock if they try to hold onto Ukraine. By all accounts Putin listens to no advice at all, and is an idiot driven by ideology.

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Posted in: Putin warns he'll rid Russia of anyone who questions invasion of Ukraine See in context

What ever the outcome, Putin will be charged with crimes against humanity and will never be able to leave Russia again, except maybe to other dictatorships like China.

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Posted in: Mass brawls, attacks as soccer violence spreads in Latin America See in context

Watching soccer is like watching grass grow. I guess after paying good money to watch a nil all draw you would feel ripped off and angry.

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Posted in: Russian airstrike escalates offensive in western Ukraine near Poland border See in context

What ever the outcome, Russia will be cut off from the world and become the new Nth Korea. I wonder if the Russian population are aware of where Putin is taking them.

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Posted in: Russian forces squeeze Kyiv, surround Mariupol See in context

Only way rusia can win is through war crimes. And sacrificing their own troops. Pure evil.

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Posted in: Australia to declare east coast floods a national emergency See in context

@Matt Hartwell. You obviously don't read the news. Hint, Sky News isn't worthy of being called news.

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Posted in: Thai autopsy says cricket star Warne died of natural causes See in context

There has been plenty of discussion about the dangers of Crash / Liquid only diets since. The concensus is that it upsets the bodies natural balance and leads to organ damage, in particular the heart. This is something that Warne has been doing.

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Posted in: Putin says Ukraine's future in doubt as ceasefires collapse See in context

How ironic. We have people here using the freedom of the press, and the freedom of having an opinion, supporting a regime that prohibits any of this. It is looking like Russia will become the new Nth Korea.

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Posted in: Russia to punish 'fake' war reports with 15 years in prison See in context

Putin may try to bomb Ukraine back to the stone age, but the west has the ability to starve russia back there as well. Problem is that a cornered rat can do unpredictable things.

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Posted in: Australian cricket great Shane Warne dies at 52 See in context

He didt field in the slips next to the captain just for his catching ability. He had a great cricket brain, and was a good tactician. He was a hero to many. RIP

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Posted in: Arrested Australian rugby player details Japan prison time See in context

Poor old Blake. He was never the sharpest tool in the shed. You would have thought that someone would have had a long talk with him before going to Japan. Cocaine is the drug of choice in the Rugby League in Australia.

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Posted in: Putin puts Russian nuclear forces on increased alert as fighting spreads in Ukraine See in context

What a shame they don't have a few A10 Warthogs. That 3 mile convoy would be toast.

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Posted in: Trump calls Putin smart; indicates he'll run again for president See in context

Even a large portion of Q followers now admit that they were deceived. All that is left is conspiricy theorists and boomers who are dying out day by day , most taken by a virus that they said did not exist. Trump is yesterdays news.

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Posted in: Russian troops enter Ukraine's 2nd largest city See in context

Some reports that Putin has Parkinsons, and that the meds he is on is grossly affecting his cognitive functions. Could be some truth to this considering the way he is acting making threats about releasing nukes.

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Posted in: Russia attacks Ukraine as defiant Putin warns U.S., NATO See in context

History repeating. One crazy in Europe, and one crazy in Asia. Both would have no hesitation in using nukes.

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Posted in: Prince Andrew to settle sex abuse case; donate to charity See in context

The moral of the story is...if you are going to be a child abuser, be a rich child abuser.

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Posted in: 17-year-old boy attacks mother of girl from his school at her apartment See in context

The " statistics" may show a low crime rate, but what happens is often very weird. Mental health issues seem to be a low priority.

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Posted in: China's naturalized Olympians walk fine line between love and scorn See in context

Of late China has been stating that dual citizenship is not allowed. So have these athletes renounced their American citizenship ? Lots of questions still need answering.

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Posted in: Anisimova stuns Osaka as Nadal sends title warning See in context

She did well going to three sets considering the limited court time she has had lately. Ash Barty and her team will be watching replays closely.

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Posted in: 20,830 suicides reported in Japan in 2021 See in context

Just as an aside to this, most Western countries are getting away from the phrase "Committed Suicide" which can infer that the person has committed some kind of crime.

Instead we now just use the word 'Suicided".

Stay safe folks, and don't be afraid to talk about your feelings.

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