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#126 2017-01-08 03:22:15

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

bordsilver wrote:
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It would be easier for Indonesia to spend a few tens of millions for donations to the LNP. No need for an invasion when our politicians are for sale to the highest bidder.

Nah. Just put fluoride in the water, give mandatory vaccinations and the aussies will just walk off the edge of the flat earth chasing the hologram of the moon while tweeting that Trump was the one actually responsible for 9/11 so that he could hate on Muslims.

Totally redunkulous! Its the chemicals seeded in contrails by the reptilian elites from the Hollow Earth that makes you think that.

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#127 2017-01-08 03:45:40

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

serial wrote:
Skyrocket wrote:
gingham69 wrote:

Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!


Boycott the world and become a neutral country!  That way if WW3 starts we should avoid it like neutral Switzerland did in WW1/2.

Let the world bomb each other to oblivion! The northern hemisphere will be stuffed and much of it be made unable to be inhabited but we should be ok in the southern part of the southern hemisphere.

Your makeing a mistake thinking that choosing to opt out of a war automatically entitles you to be left alone. Ask France if they wanted to get involved.


If Australia stays allied we will surely have nukes falling here if Russia/China and the US/EU start WW3.

If Australia goes neutral there is a good chance we won't have nukes falling here.

Which one is the best/safest choice?

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#128 2017-01-08 03:48:51

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

Skyrocket wrote:
serial wrote:
Skyrocket wrote:

Boycott the world and become a neutral country!  That way if WW3 starts we should avoid it like neutral Switzerland did in WW1/2.

Let the world bomb each other to oblivion! The northern hemisphere will be stuffed and much of it be made unable to be inhabited but we should be ok in the southern part of the southern hemisphere.

Your makeing a mistake thinking that choosing to opt out of a war automatically entitles you to be left alone. Ask France if they wanted to get involved.


If Australia stays allied we will surely have nukes falling here if Russia/China and the US/EU start WW3.

If Australia goes neutral there is a good chance we won't have nukes falling here.

Which one is the best/safest choice?

Lucky if they could lob one this far

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#129 2017-01-08 03:51:46

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

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Is spanner the guy with the interest in girlie BMXs? He'd probably ride off with his handle-bar tassels blowing in the wind.

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#130 2017-01-08 06:17:06

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

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ParanoidAndroid wrote:
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Never lost a one on one fight
Always someone bigger and better though

Well they obviously weren't better. Bigger perhaps...

fought plenty bigger and better, have almost shit meself sometimes:)

Last fight I had was against a muay Thai fighter, 4 inches taller about 20 pounds heaver and 20 years younger
Pay to play winner takes all
He didn't want to get up the third time:)

He was certainly a better fighter than me

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#131 2017-01-08 06:24:45

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

I haven't been in a punch up since I left school, I usually just squeal like a sissy run away.


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#132 2017-01-08 06:26:55

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

mmm....shiney! wrote:

I haven't been in a punch up since I left school, I usually just squeal like a sissy run away.

Its probably the best way, no shame in running

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#133 2017-01-08 06:31:34

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

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mmm....shiney! wrote:

I haven't been in a punch up since I left school, I usually just squeal like a sissy run away.

Its probably the best way, no shame in running

I was never a very good sprinter, my talents leaned towards 1500m and more. So if I can survive the first 200 - 300m I think I'm in for a show. smile

It's the squealing like a sissy bit for 2 or 3 K's where the shame is.

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#134 2017-01-08 06:35:40

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

radiobirdman wrote:
mmm....shiney! wrote:

I haven't been in a punch up since I left school, I usually just squeal like a sissy run away.

Its probably the best way, no shame in running

Depends on how fast you run  big_smile

I usually run the fastest when the cops are chasing me  lol

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#135 2017-01-08 07:21:07

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

betterlatethannever wrote:
radiobirdman wrote:
mmm....shiney! wrote:

I haven't been in a punch up since I left school, I usually just squeal like a sissy run away.

Its probably the best way, no shame in running

Depends on how fast you run  big_smile
...

Sometimes it's better to stand your ground... and strip?

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#136 2017-01-08 07:24:13

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

radiobirdman wrote:
Skyrocket wrote:
serial wrote:

Your makeing a mistake thinking that choosing to opt out of a war automatically entitles you to be left alone. Ask France if they wanted to get involved.


If Australia stays allied we will surely have nukes falling here if Russia/China and the US/EU start WW3.

If Australia goes neutral there is a good chance we won't have nukes falling here.

Which one is the best/safest choice?

Lucky if they could lob one this far

TRI service nukes with very good CEPs are to be found in every country mentioned, they can reach out and touch Southern Tasmania.


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#137 2017-01-08 16:38:25

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

radiobirdman wrote:
Skyrocket wrote:
serial wrote:

Your makeing a mistake thinking that choosing to opt out of a war automatically entitles you to be left alone. Ask France if they wanted to get involved.


If Australia stays allied we will surely have nukes falling here if Russia/China and the US/EU start WW3.

If Australia goes neutral there is a good chance we won't have nukes falling here.

Which one is the best/safest choice?

Lucky if they could lob one this far


Russian ICBMs and submarines have no problem nuking any location in Oz.

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#138 2017-01-08 16:54:23

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

Skyrocket wrote:
radiobirdman wrote:
Skyrocket wrote:

If Australia stays allied we will surely have nukes falling here if Russia/China and the US/EU start WW3.

If Australia goes neutral there is a good chance we won't have nukes falling here.

Which one is the best/safest choice?

Lucky if they could lob one this far


Russian ICBMs and submarines have no problem nuking any location in Oz.

Yeah, offcourse they would, its a long way , have they got any that work
As for there subs how many of them are operational
Its a bit like their aircraft carrier
As for the Chinese who cares

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#139 2017-01-09 02:08:38

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

^^^^^RMAN....Don't fall into the scenario that Australians had prior to WW2...The Japs can't make planes because they are made of wood..They can't even make toys.

Their subs vs our subs operational? LOL

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#140 2017-01-09 03:10:57

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

We struggle at the moment to make lumps of aluminium let alone anything that reliably floats or flies.....look at Portland smelter!!!!!

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#141 2017-01-09 16:11:14

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

errol43 wrote:

^^^^^RMAN....Don't fall into the scenario that Australians had prior to WW2...The Japs can't make planes because they are made of wood..They can't even make toys.

Their subs vs our subs operational? LOL

Regards Errol 43

We have been waiting for the Russian invasion since the 1860s, when they run out of vodka they might get around to it, we would flog them in a ground war "here" anyway
China wont drop a nuke on its favourite takeaway shop

Why would the communist attack us anyway,  we are a great little Fabian Socialist shit hole, the labour party would welcome the invasion with open arms they would not need to fire a shot

Didn't the Aussie subs sink(pretend) the septic's ships of the NT coast in the war games a few years  ago

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#142 2017-01-09 16:31:08

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

And if your an Australian you have already been invaded and taken over by multicultural foreigners
Thank you Gough, Bob, Paul , Kevin and Juliar

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#143 2017-01-09 18:07:09

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

Its frazer that opened the gates.
Lots of cheap workers to break the unions and increase profits for the elect few.

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#144 2017-01-09 18:16:30

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

Malcom Frasier a lot like Malcom Turdball
there both closet socialists
And TRAITORS

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#145 2017-01-09 18:24:56

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

Its to late to have a referendum on multiculturalism
Us Australians would be out voted 10 to 1

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#146 2017-01-10 08:32:14

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

errol43 wrote:

What about the natives of Irian Jaya? For over 50 years we Australians have deserted them....The people of Irian Jaya are not of Asian origin but are native people  like the ones in New Guinea.

Australian governments both red and blue have always backed Indonesia...Why? IMO because we are frightened!

We screwed East Timor with the oil deal and now we force a country to live under Indonesian control.

Train their soldiers? Some day it will come back and bite us on the ass.

Regards Errol 43

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-38551628

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#147 2017-01-10 09:00:15

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

its call Timor sea smile


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#148 2017-01-14 10:40:32

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

Indonesian women demand Shiria law...Wont be long now!

Train Indonesian Troops...BS

Regards Errol 43









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#149 2017-01-21 10:11:32

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Re: Boycott Indonesia especially Bali!

http://rbth.com/international/2017/01/2 … nea_685151

lthough Moscow's support of the Indonesian position was clear and openly stated, this particular conversation between Khrushchev and Subandrio was meant to be confidential.  The Indonesian Foreign Minister, according to Khrushchev's memoirs, revealed everything to the Americans, who were not keen to have another crisis that could spiral into a World War.

"This was the death-knell for the Dutch rule over Western New Guinea," Van den Hengel says. "Besides wanting to avoid a direct conflict with the Soviet Union, the U.S. did not want to look like it was supporting a European colonizer against a newly independent third world country."

Under American pressure, in August 1962, the Netherlands agreed to hand over Western New Guinea to a United Nations Authority, which passed on administration of the territory to Indonesia in 1963.

After a plebiscite in 1969, Western New Guinea was integrated into Indonesia. The results of the plebiscite, though disputed by some western observers, were accepted by the United States, USSR and Australia, as well as 81 other members of the United Nations.

The Dutch cultivated a group of people who would oppose the integration of the region with Indonesia. These elements formed a still-active separatist movement in Western New Guinea.


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