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Australia Turns Back Two Boatloads of Illegal Immigrants malterwitty
For the second time in two weeks Australia has turned back a boatload of illegal migrants, forcing the intended asylum seekers to return to Indonesia. Now, that's how you do it.

I'm sick and tired of filtering through the crap posted by so called members who have figured out how to post garbage on the main feed of this website.  As a longtime user of the website trying to help counter the corporate-psychopath propaganda I really just can't stand the useless posts by those members who DO NOT respect that this website belongs to Mike and Claire.  I hate every one of you and if we ever meet in person I will firmly express myself by placing my boot as far up your ass as possible to let you know how unwelcome your contributions have been!

'Castrated robots': Tucker Carlson dismantles liberal journalist in front of Aussie crowd MikeRivero

"I said, 'Native-born Americans are being replaced, including blacks,'" said Carlson. "Native-born Americans ... like black Americans have been — African-Americans have been in the United States for, in many cases, their families, over 400 years. And their concerns are every bit as real and valid and alive to me as the concerns of white people whose families have been there 400 years. So, I've never said that whites are being replaced."

After noting that Wong had started things off poorly with a lie, Carlson elaborated further on his thinking:

Rare Traces of Earth's Primordial Crust Lurk in Australia's Ancient Rocks MikeRivero

Precious few exposed areas on Earth offer researchers an opportunity to directly observe our planet’s ancient crust. Australia, boasting some of the world’s oldest rocks, possesses such zones.

Australia’s ancient rocks have helped scientists find remnants of our planet Earth’s "original" crust, new research has revealed.

The Earth formed around 4.5 billion years ago from the crystallization of the surface magma ocean.