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  1. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from Alonso Quijano in 10M -/+ 2M Europeans in UK   
    I think it's grossly inhumane that someone like David Lammy is able to work to destroy a stable british culture from within, but you don't see me invited to talk about it by the media....
  2. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from One percent in What's it like to be white?   
    I wish I was black as night, so I could volunteer and play it as straight as Ali G in reverse.
     
    Then again, this is another excellent example for Boris why the license fee should be scrapped.
  3. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from whocares in What's it like to be white?   
    I wish I was black as night, so I could volunteer and play it as straight as Ali G in reverse.
     
    Then again, this is another excellent example for Boris why the license fee should be scrapped.
  4. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from Austin Allegro in 10M -/+ 2M Europeans in UK   
    I think it's grossly inhumane that someone like David Lammy is able to work to destroy a stable british culture from within, but you don't see me invited to talk about it by the media....
  5. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from Talking Monkey in Pandemic coming? - Wuhan Coronavirus Dec/Jan 2020   
    I think the Australian authorities played a straight bat 3 weeks ago in banning all non-Australians from China, despite strong criticism from the Chinese government (yeah, fuck off you two faced liars - you have locked down over half a billion people so far)).  It stopped the 'fleeing' of infected people that would have created a steady drip of new vectors into Australia.  I suspect all chinese with Aussie passports have already come, and won't be going back now until this thing is done.
    No secondaries here so far detected, which really surprises me.  Maybe this thing is i) hurt by UV (minimal pollution and lots of sunlight since end Jan) ii) more dangerous to Chinese/East Asians.
    I still expect secondaries.  As said upthread, I have declined meetings with contacts from singapore this week, and they FULLY understood.  
    So - this looks like more of a slow burner, at least for Oz.  Has given me more time to 'fix' the preparations, which is good.  
    The average aussie on the street is pretty unaware how big this is in China.  I was in a strategy meeting for a client this month and the chief exec could not understand why some figs for Feb were way down on Jan.  "nothing's changed!" he said.  Ignoring the fact that chinese tourism has disappeared and investment is drying up across asia as people hunker down.  I didn't have the heart to point out the elephant in the room (not my area, not paid to comment, would be seen as a loonie).
    In conclusion - this is like the phony war in 1939 in my view.  When the invasion of France kicks off, so to speak, a lot of people are goign to be caught off guard.  In my view, that is.
  6. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from the gardener in Mum with just 14p to her name tells full story of desperate Universal Credit plight   
    Good.
    They might start to understand that other people have been working hard and paying taxes so they can work a tough 16 hour week serving behind a counter yet taking home the equivalent of a 40k salary.

    Boris has an open goal here to explain that.
  7. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from snaga in Pandemic coming? - Wuhan Coronavirus Dec/Jan 2020   
    I think the Australian authorities played a straight bat 3 weeks ago in banning all non-Australians from China, despite strong criticism from the Chinese government (yeah, fuck off you two faced liars - you have locked down over half a billion people so far)).  It stopped the 'fleeing' of infected people that would have created a steady drip of new vectors into Australia.  I suspect all chinese with Aussie passports have already come, and won't be going back now until this thing is done.
    No secondaries here so far detected, which really surprises me.  Maybe this thing is i) hurt by UV (minimal pollution and lots of sunlight since end Jan) ii) more dangerous to Chinese/East Asians.
    I still expect secondaries.  As said upthread, I have declined meetings with contacts from singapore this week, and they FULLY understood.  
    So - this looks like more of a slow burner, at least for Oz.  Has given me more time to 'fix' the preparations, which is good.  
    The average aussie on the street is pretty unaware how big this is in China.  I was in a strategy meeting for a client this month and the chief exec could not understand why some figs for Feb were way down on Jan.  "nothing's changed!" he said.  Ignoring the fact that chinese tourism has disappeared and investment is drying up across asia as people hunker down.  I didn't have the heart to point out the elephant in the room (not my area, not paid to comment, would be seen as a loonie).
    In conclusion - this is like the phony war in 1939 in my view.  When the invasion of France kicks off, so to speak, a lot of people are goign to be caught off guard.  In my view, that is.
  8. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from Bus Stop Boxer in Pandemic coming? - Wuhan Coronavirus Dec/Jan 2020   
    I think the Australian authorities played a straight bat 3 weeks ago in banning all non-Australians from China, despite strong criticism from the Chinese government (yeah, fuck off you two faced liars - you have locked down over half a billion people so far)).  It stopped the 'fleeing' of infected people that would have created a steady drip of new vectors into Australia.  I suspect all chinese with Aussie passports have already come, and won't be going back now until this thing is done.
    No secondaries here so far detected, which really surprises me.  Maybe this thing is i) hurt by UV (minimal pollution and lots of sunlight since end Jan) ii) more dangerous to Chinese/East Asians.
    I still expect secondaries.  As said upthread, I have declined meetings with contacts from singapore this week, and they FULLY understood.  
    So - this looks like more of a slow burner, at least for Oz.  Has given me more time to 'fix' the preparations, which is good.  
    The average aussie on the street is pretty unaware how big this is in China.  I was in a strategy meeting for a client this month and the chief exec could not understand why some figs for Feb were way down on Jan.  "nothing's changed!" he said.  Ignoring the fact that chinese tourism has disappeared and investment is drying up across asia as people hunker down.  I didn't have the heart to point out the elephant in the room (not my area, not paid to comment, would be seen as a loonie).
    In conclusion - this is like the phony war in 1939 in my view.  When the invasion of France kicks off, so to speak, a lot of people are goign to be caught off guard.  In my view, that is.
  9. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from BBH in Pandemic coming? - Wuhan Coronavirus Dec/Jan 2020   
    I think the Australian authorities played a straight bat 3 weeks ago in banning all non-Australians from China, despite strong criticism from the Chinese government (yeah, fuck off you two faced liars - you have locked down over half a billion people so far)).  It stopped the 'fleeing' of infected people that would have created a steady drip of new vectors into Australia.  I suspect all chinese with Aussie passports have already come, and won't be going back now until this thing is done.
    No secondaries here so far detected, which really surprises me.  Maybe this thing is i) hurt by UV (minimal pollution and lots of sunlight since end Jan) ii) more dangerous to Chinese/East Asians.
    I still expect secondaries.  As said upthread, I have declined meetings with contacts from singapore this week, and they FULLY understood.  
    So - this looks like more of a slow burner, at least for Oz.  Has given me more time to 'fix' the preparations, which is good.  
    The average aussie on the street is pretty unaware how big this is in China.  I was in a strategy meeting for a client this month and the chief exec could not understand why some figs for Feb were way down on Jan.  "nothing's changed!" he said.  Ignoring the fact that chinese tourism has disappeared and investment is drying up across asia as people hunker down.  I didn't have the heart to point out the elephant in the room (not my area, not paid to comment, would be seen as a loonie).
    In conclusion - this is like the phony war in 1939 in my view.  When the invasion of France kicks off, so to speak, a lot of people are goign to be caught off guard.  In my view, that is.
  10. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from onlyme in Pandemic coming? - Wuhan Coronavirus Dec/Jan 2020   
    I think the Australian authorities played a straight bat 3 weeks ago in banning all non-Australians from China, despite strong criticism from the Chinese government (yeah, fuck off you two faced liars - you have locked down over half a billion people so far)).  It stopped the 'fleeing' of infected people that would have created a steady drip of new vectors into Australia.  I suspect all chinese with Aussie passports have already come, and won't be going back now until this thing is done.
    No secondaries here so far detected, which really surprises me.  Maybe this thing is i) hurt by UV (minimal pollution and lots of sunlight since end Jan) ii) more dangerous to Chinese/East Asians.
    I still expect secondaries.  As said upthread, I have declined meetings with contacts from singapore this week, and they FULLY understood.  
    So - this looks like more of a slow burner, at least for Oz.  Has given me more time to 'fix' the preparations, which is good.  
    The average aussie on the street is pretty unaware how big this is in China.  I was in a strategy meeting for a client this month and the chief exec could not understand why some figs for Feb were way down on Jan.  "nothing's changed!" he said.  Ignoring the fact that chinese tourism has disappeared and investment is drying up across asia as people hunker down.  I didn't have the heart to point out the elephant in the room (not my area, not paid to comment, would be seen as a loonie).
    In conclusion - this is like the phony war in 1939 in my view.  When the invasion of France kicks off, so to speak, a lot of people are goign to be caught off guard.  In my view, that is.
  11. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from Conniption in Pandemic coming? - Wuhan Coronavirus Dec/Jan 2020   
    I think the Australian authorities played a straight bat 3 weeks ago in banning all non-Australians from China, despite strong criticism from the Chinese government (yeah, fuck off you two faced liars - you have locked down over half a billion people so far)).  It stopped the 'fleeing' of infected people that would have created a steady drip of new vectors into Australia.  I suspect all chinese with Aussie passports have already come, and won't be going back now until this thing is done.
    No secondaries here so far detected, which really surprises me.  Maybe this thing is i) hurt by UV (minimal pollution and lots of sunlight since end Jan) ii) more dangerous to Chinese/East Asians.
    I still expect secondaries.  As said upthread, I have declined meetings with contacts from singapore this week, and they FULLY understood.  
    So - this looks like more of a slow burner, at least for Oz.  Has given me more time to 'fix' the preparations, which is good.  
    The average aussie on the street is pretty unaware how big this is in China.  I was in a strategy meeting for a client this month and the chief exec could not understand why some figs for Feb were way down on Jan.  "nothing's changed!" he said.  Ignoring the fact that chinese tourism has disappeared and investment is drying up across asia as people hunker down.  I didn't have the heart to point out the elephant in the room (not my area, not paid to comment, would be seen as a loonie).
    In conclusion - this is like the phony war in 1939 in my view.  When the invasion of France kicks off, so to speak, a lot of people are goign to be caught off guard.  In my view, that is.
  12. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from Heart's Ease in Pandemic coming? - Wuhan Coronavirus Dec/Jan 2020   
    I think the Australian authorities played a straight bat 3 weeks ago in banning all non-Australians from China, despite strong criticism from the Chinese government (yeah, fuck off you two faced liars - you have locked down over half a billion people so far)).  It stopped the 'fleeing' of infected people that would have created a steady drip of new vectors into Australia.  I suspect all chinese with Aussie passports have already come, and won't be going back now until this thing is done.
    No secondaries here so far detected, which really surprises me.  Maybe this thing is i) hurt by UV (minimal pollution and lots of sunlight since end Jan) ii) more dangerous to Chinese/East Asians.
    I still expect secondaries.  As said upthread, I have declined meetings with contacts from singapore this week, and they FULLY understood.  
    So - this looks like more of a slow burner, at least for Oz.  Has given me more time to 'fix' the preparations, which is good.  
    The average aussie on the street is pretty unaware how big this is in China.  I was in a strategy meeting for a client this month and the chief exec could not understand why some figs for Feb were way down on Jan.  "nothing's changed!" he said.  Ignoring the fact that chinese tourism has disappeared and investment is drying up across asia as people hunker down.  I didn't have the heart to point out the elephant in the room (not my area, not paid to comment, would be seen as a loonie).
    In conclusion - this is like the phony war in 1939 in my view.  When the invasion of France kicks off, so to speak, a lot of people are goign to be caught off guard.  In my view, that is.
  13. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from Melchett in What's it like to be white?   
    I wish I was black as night, so I could volunteer and play it as straight as Ali G in reverse.
     
    Then again, this is another excellent example for Boris why the license fee should be scrapped.
  14. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from Kilham in What's it like to be white?   
    I wish I was black as night, so I could volunteer and play it as straight as Ali G in reverse.
     
    Then again, this is another excellent example for Boris why the license fee should be scrapped.
  15. Agree
    wherebee reacted to Melchett in What's it like to be white?   
    You would have to be a special sort of idiot to agree to participate in that.
    I absolutely guarantee that anyone white interviewed on it will be made out to be racist.
  16. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from mattydread in Pandemic coming? - Wuhan Coronavirus Dec/Jan 2020   
    Update from Australia:
    No new cases detected in Australia; almost all those initial Wuhan evacuees taken to Christmas Island for quarantine have been found to have none infected all all were released today.  36 last leaving tomorrow.
    Plenty of communication from the PM and the Health Dept about what is happening and they stress none detected in Australia outside the initial 15 from the Wuhan tour group, of which about half have recovered.
    The group from the Japan tour ship are going to be taken to Darwin (Howard Springs) for quarantine.  It's not that isolated, looking at the map, but I can see a military base which might be what they are using.  I suspect one reason for that might be that they expected Christmas Island to have a few cases and so still be locked down.  The Health Minister said future quarantines will be back to Christmas Island.
    One Health bod just admitted on the press talk that some cases are asymptomatic.

    Nothing else new from Oz - pretty 'calm before the storm' in my view
  17. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from Great Guy in Holocaust Denial   
    can't watch iplayer.
     
    Does he tackle the issue around numbers?  I think only insane people think that there wasn't an organised murder regime against jews and others in the Nazi state - but the validity of numbers is an interesting debate to have (and are not allowed to have in some countries)
  18. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from whocares in Downing Street adviser Andrew Sabisky backs EUGENICS   
    I know people in the medical profession in the USA who will admit this when drunk, but if they ever mention it outside of friends their professional life would be over in seconds.  It's denied by everyone in the race industry.
  19. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from whocares in Downing Street adviser Andrew Sabisky backs EUGENICS   
    I know a couple of lesbian families, and without exception they all chose blonde, blue eyed high IQ donors for their kids, despite being so woke it hurts.
     
    funny that, eh?
     
    lovely people, all of them.  I haven't dared tell them how racist they are,....
  20. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from OurDayWillCome in Pandemic coming? - Wuhan Coronavirus Dec/Jan 2020   
    Update from Australia:
    No new cases detected in Australia; almost all those initial Wuhan evacuees taken to Christmas Island for quarantine have been found to have none infected all all were released today.  36 last leaving tomorrow.
    Plenty of communication from the PM and the Health Dept about what is happening and they stress none detected in Australia outside the initial 15 from the Wuhan tour group, of which about half have recovered.
    The group from the Japan tour ship are going to be taken to Darwin (Howard Springs) for quarantine.  It's not that isolated, looking at the map, but I can see a military base which might be what they are using.  I suspect one reason for that might be that they expected Christmas Island to have a few cases and so still be locked down.  The Health Minister said future quarantines will be back to Christmas Island.
    One Health bod just admitted on the press talk that some cases are asymptomatic.

    Nothing else new from Oz - pretty 'calm before the storm' in my view
  21. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from Bricks & Mortar in Pandemic coming? - Wuhan Coronavirus Dec/Jan 2020   
    Interestingly, going by the poll at the top, 10% of voters are already wrong according to CCP official stats.
    Those 10% have to now post their cans of beans to the rest of us as punishment.
  22. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from One percent in 10M -/+ 2M Europeans in UK   
    I think it's grossly inhumane that someone like David Lammy is able to work to destroy a stable british culture from within, but you don't see me invited to talk about it by the media....
  23. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Tax the wealthy out of existence?   
    Look at Australia - yes, immigration has been a factor, but we have a HUGE landmass and use virtually nothing.  The two combined factors of credit plus overseas purchase of land has been the bubble pushers here, in my view.
  24. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from snaga in Pandemic coming? - Wuhan Coronavirus Dec/Jan 2020   
    Interestingly, going by the poll at the top, 10% of voters are already wrong according to CCP official stats.
    Those 10% have to now post their cans of beans to the rest of us as punishment.
  25. Agree
    wherebee got a reaction from snaga in Pandemic coming? - Wuhan Coronavirus Dec/Jan 2020   
    Update from Australia:
    No new cases detected in Australia; almost all those initial Wuhan evacuees taken to Christmas Island for quarantine have been found to have none infected all all were released today.  36 last leaving tomorrow.
    Plenty of communication from the PM and the Health Dept about what is happening and they stress none detected in Australia outside the initial 15 from the Wuhan tour group, of which about half have recovered.
    The group from the Japan tour ship are going to be taken to Darwin (Howard Springs) for quarantine.  It's not that isolated, looking at the map, but I can see a military base which might be what they are using.  I suspect one reason for that might be that they expected Christmas Island to have a few cases and so still be locked down.  The Health Minister said future quarantines will be back to Christmas Island.
    One Health bod just admitted on the press talk that some cases are asymptomatic.

    Nothing else new from Oz - pretty 'calm before the storm' in my view