Them and the media – fires downunder

We’re seeing it the whole time – the politicians saying their lines in this theatre in which they don’t give a damn about people,  it is then passed down to and taken up by the media and in every outlet, from Sky to local rags, the message is the same.

Prince William, Silly Harry, the Pope – the ones in charge are ones of a type. Wrong-Daily, Jess Phillips, Rainer, Gina Miller, Pelosi, it goes on.  Or those types in charge of the police, who run HR, who run anything today.

So when I saw a fire story at the Wail, it was only ever going to be more of the same, only blue this time, not red.

Wonder if you can spot the issue in the photos in that article, before even getting to the text?

Yep, most eagle eyed of you … her nosebone. Of all the people they could have asked, they asked the Millennial with the Tatts and nosebone. Not the two guys beside her who are obvious firefighters but the leftist going along for the ride.

Because anything coming out of her mouth MUST be Narrative, MUST be politicised. And why would anyone listen to Ms Noseboner? Because she utters the magic words – down on politicians who do nothing. They ring for our side as well as the other – hers. But what she means by that and what we mean are two completely different things.

Name one decisive pollie of late.  I can – the Donald in Iraq.  Set up?  That’s another post.

Now, Downunder, I believe they have some PM called ScoMo, as we have Bojo. Not a conservative but in charge of the Tory Party, called Liberal down there. Make sense of that!

And obviously, the feeds coming out through AP, Reuters etc., must be Narrative. They look around a few km from the fire, find a noseboner to interview, job done.

I carry no torch for ScoMo, he looks a career pollie to me, just like that one before him but at least they are not Gillard, the worst PM they ever had. See Obama in the States too. And maybe he acted all pollie – big statements about the fires, then did nothing.

I knew someone caught in previous fires, down near Lorne on the coast road. Yes, it’s bad. I was in the city and ash and smoke came over us. Yes … bad.

But that’s Australia, that’s what happens. The trees grow back, new shoots appear, it’s nature.

I’m not saying it wasn’t deliberately lit – Them clearly love conflagration, it’s certainly not unknown, for example:

I make no statement that that was the cause in Oz – I’d be surprised that if any of that article held water, it would not also be the case in Oz but true – I have no proof.

What we do know is – the conflagration was aided and abetted by failure to burn off and clear around dwellings, failure to take even the most basic measures.

Because it was anti-eco-warrior to take any measures deemed standard in an earlier age.


Ask the California governor why things happen there. Come to think of it – don’t bother, he’ll just give you some more Narrative BS. Ask a neutral or an anti-Narrativist.

Infrastructure, basic measures not taken – for purely ideological reasons.

Now look at the ideology. Was there ever an ideology more designed to set up society for a fall? And devotees are brainwashed kids. Greta’s parents say they couldn’t stand up to the little monster.

How turned on its head is that, eh? Kids dictating to parents. How weak. But you can see, in a reversal of Arlo Guthrie’s Alice’s Restaurant, Them saying, “You’re our gal.”

They will only use either the young or the meatheaded [Thornberry or Abbott D] to push the agenda. Cressida Dick, Joyce Thacker, Julia Middleton, Silly Harry.

Plus the bought pollies. And a reminder from Amfortas:

5 comments for “Them and the media – fires downunder

  1. Andy5759
    January 2, 2020 at 2:37 pm

    The same sort of thing is happening here in Britain with the flooding. When the Somerset levels flooded a few years back I discovered that drainage ditches had been left to silt up. This was done by government decree in the name of protecting the environment. The more recent floods across the Midlands are being used as evidence of climate change, instead I would suggest that it’s more likely policy change to blame. It’s only a small step from that to deliberate environmental sabotage.

    • January 2, 2020 at 4:58 pm


    • January 5, 2020 at 6:41 am

      And don’t forget the policy to build more and more housing, even on traditional floodplains…

  2. Mudplugger
    January 2, 2020 at 9:22 pm

    Infrastructure work is difficult and expensive – and most of it usually proves unnecessary in practice, it’s just ‘insurance’. But good government used to do it because, if it wasn’t there when needed, they would get the blame personally.

    Nowadays they have a convenient catch-all scapegoat: if the problem does occur, they can always blame ‘climate change’ now, so we won’t blame the politicians for not doing the ‘insurance’ work and we’ll also let them tax us more into the bargain. Genius.

    • January 5, 2020 at 6:41 am

      They should all be made to play ‘Sim City’ or some other PC game – if you don’t do the basics, you soon run into trouble!

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