Celebrate Australia Day – Share what it means to be living in Australia and reflect on 2021 with words from the Prime Minister.
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Despite the above BS shit we hear from Scumo and the horrific contrast with our everyday reality, the year 2021 will go down as “THE BIGGEST OWN GOAL IN MEDICAL HISTORY”!
Thank you to our fearless leaders, especially Scumo, Each Way Albo, Psycho Dan, Իմ սեր Gladys, Anaesthesia Palechook, Rocky Road Marshmallow, Stasi McGowan, Mickey Mouse Gunner et al. Without you we’d still be the Lucky Country!
Of course, it appears taboo to celebrate Australia Day on the day the Commonwealth of Australia and the Australian Constitution were proclaimed as coming into existence: 1 January 1901.
Is it because it’s too big an ask or “inconvenient” to celebrate the momentous national event on the day following New Year Years Eve celebrations and on New Years Day?
Or is it because the notion of a Commonwealth and the Australian Constitution contain a number of problems for our treacherous politicians who prefer to keep them in the background?
Thank you Doreen from Cairns News and all readers. Editor
For Australiaâs Heroes â the other âAustralia Dayâ, 30 July 1915.
âIt is unlikely that âAustralia Dayâ will ever be wholly forgotten by any who were privileged to take part in that magnificent outburst of giving. [â¦] It seemed as if the whole community had abandoned itself to giving and spending all it had for the sake of the men on service.â
Official History of Australia in the War of 1914â1918, Volume XI: Australia during the War, pp. 729-730.
https://s3-ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com/awm-media/collection/REL33602/screen/3838572.JPGFundraising ribbon for Australia Day, 30 July 1916.
While most of us associate Australia Day with 26 January, in 1915 that date was celebrated as Foundation Day and only in New South Wales, as each of the colonies had their own commemorations for their founding. During the First World War, the concept of a national âAustralia Dayâ was instead part of a wider fundraising plan where money was raised by declaring a special âdayâ on which events such as auctions, stalls, performances and street collections were held to encourage the community to contribute to the war effort. Belgian Day, for example, held on 14 May 1915, was one of the first of these occasions.
Identification tag for authorised vendor.
It may have been the enlistment of her four sons that inspired Mrs Ellen Wharton-Kirke of Manly, New South Wales, to suggest an âAustralia Dayâ to the New South Wales Premier, Sir Charles Wade. Her eldest, Captain Errol Wharton-Kirke, having previously served with the Australian Naval & Military Expeditionary Force in New Guinea, enlisted with the AIF on 16 April 1915 and served with 18 Battalion in France. He was killed in action on 4 August 1916. Private Basil Everal Wharton-Kirke, enlisted on 19 February 1915 and was posted to the 2nd Australian General Hospital. Wounded at Gallipoli in October, Basil was invalided home and discharged on 21 February 1916. Lieutenant Hunter Wharton-Kirke enlisted on 13 April 1915 and served with 17 Battalion. He was awarded the Military Cross for his actions on 5 June 1918 and returned to Australia in June 1919. Clement Wharton-Kirke appears to have served with British forces.
Patriotic fundraising matchbox
Mrs Wharton-Kirke had seen the generosity of the Australian people during other fundraising days and saw an âAustralia Dayâ as a way of drawing on the pride of Australians in their soldiersâ recent achievements at Gallipoli. 30 July 1915 was the date agreed upon, and events were held across all of Australia. Ribbons, badges, handkerchiefs, buttons and other items, like this matchbox, were sold to raise funds, with phrases such as âFor Australiaâs Heroesâ, âHelp Our Wounded Heroesâ and âThe Turks Struck their Match in the Australiansâ which appealed to peopleâs sense of pride and patriotism. From a population of just under 5 million people, the day raised over 311,500 pounds in Victoria and more than 839,500 pounds in New South Wales. In todayâs figures that would be close to $623,000 and $1.7 million respectively.
In recognition of her efforts, the NSW Premier arranged for a gold medalet to be presented to Mrs Wharton-Kirke. It is one of only four commemorative Gallipoli medalets that were struck in solid gold. Thousands of medalets were produced in gilded or silvered bronze to commemorate the landing on 25 April 1915.
Mrs Wharton-Kirkeâs was specially engraved with âPres to ELLIE WHARTON-KIRKE BY SYDNEY CITIZENS 25.7.1915â.
https://s3-ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com/awm-media/collection/RELAWM12438.001/screen/4182481.JPGMrs Wharton-Kirke’s gold Australia Day commemorative medalet.
Supporting the troops through patriotic fundraising was also a way that those unable to fight could contribute to the war effort. Edward Davison purchased this handkerchief on the first nominated Australia Day, 30 July 1915. Davison had been unable to enlist at the outbreak of war because, at only five foot two and three quarter inches, he did not meet the minimum height requirement for the AIF. When the minimum height was lowered at the beginning of 1916, Davison enlisted on 11 January. After basic training he was assigned as a private to B Company, 34 Battalion, service number 404, and sailed for service on the Western Front aboard the HMAT A20 Hororata in May 1916. During the Battle of Messines in June 1917, Davison was wounded in the arm and spent six weeks recovering in hospital. He returned to Australian in May 1919.
https://s3-ap-southeast-2.amazonaws.com/awm-media/collection/REL36113/screen/3800727.JPGThe success of âAustralia Dayâ in 1915 saw a repeat of similar events the following year, this time on 28 July, and in the subsequent years of the war.
Fundraising ribbon: Australia Day Anniversary, Adelaide, 28 July 1916.
The Memorial holds a variety of material associated with fundraising in Australia during the First World War, including many heraldry items and ephemera, which acknowledge the important role these fundraising days, such as âAustralia Dayâ in July 1915, played in the war effort.
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The day does not celebrate an invasion, discovery of Australia or arrival of the first fleet.
The landing of Captain Cook in Sydney happened on 28th of April 1770 not the 26th of January 1770…
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When it comes to Scumo filth you can’t go far enough.
Forget his Hillsong, we need to see treacherous Scumo perform his swansong. It’s way overdue.
The contrast between what Scumo says and what we see and experience every day is staggering. The man is simply gaslighting us all. It’s a plain case of abuse.
But he is my leader and I am ambitious for him. I can’t wait to see him tried and gaoled for treason and treachery. Pfffft!
“Gaslighting is a form of psychological abuse where a person or group makes someone question their sanity, perception of reality, or memories. People experiencing gaslighting often feel confused, anxious, and unable to trust themselves.”
In 2021 “Australia” has definitely shown its true face to its citizens and the world among the Covid fear bombardment and while opening the gate to total dictatorship.
“You will die (or fined) IF you do not trust US” coming from the most anti trustworthy form of any so called democratic “Australian” Governments is surely quite an reflection for many Australians who once were proudly swinging the Aussie flag made in China and designed by colonialists. Scomo, you can be proud of yourself and the “God” who’s work you were doing.
Morrison will be surely remembered as one of the most straight forward treasonous PM’s that ever slithered around in Canberra to rule the subjected subjects and the continuity to spread the loot to foreigners abroad since centuries while the poor subject only can dream of freedom, sovereignty and peace – in compliance with AUTHORITY.
The best country in the world with the best health system in the world after all will have the best PM of all worlds. Such a nice Australian fairy tale! Scomo should reflect on how to do a Put(on) or Xi if he asks his fellows MP’s and American owners nicely. Morrison could rule in Scomo style forever.
What a man that Aussies can be proud of while others wonder how many jabs (gone terribly wrong) Morrison’s script writer had before dreaming up feverish BS like that.
Obviously a case of “Do as I say, don’t do as I do”. Yesterday was the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz and the key message was “never again”. But what are we building here in Australia? Camps.
This article from SOTT.net is a timely reminder:
I would have thought by now he would have recognized that he needs a chiropractor, because it must be very difficult trying to sleep when you can’t lie straight in bed.
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I voted for this mongral last election.
I won’t be voting for this lieing Prick this election nor his best friend Albo and his side kick Greens party.
Never again will I trust major parties who have proven they couldn’t run water into a bucket.
To think I once supported this man for the manner in which he put a stop to the illegal immigrants arriving by boat during the Abbot years after 1200 drowned at sea during the Rudd administration. The man is at best an incompetent fool for blindly falling for the UN psyop and is now attempting to bluff his way out, expecting us to believe despite the evidence that there truly was and is a pandemic, or he’s the the biggest traitor and mass murderer this country has ever witnessed. Either way, he needs to be dealt with in the appropriate manner along with everyone involved in this genocidal psyop.
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Australia Day is the official national day of Australia Corporation located on Norfolk Island.
Observed annually on 26 January, it marks the 1788 military assault/invasion of the First Fleet at in a cove later named, fictitiously, Sydney Cove, and raising of the Union Military Flag by military dictator Arthur Phillip following days of trespassing of a place later named Port Jackson in a New South Wales that didn’t exist.
What is there to celebrate on this public holiday?
OVERWHELMING public compliance.
Now that view will depend on which side of the fence you sit.
Of course he doesn’t believe his spin. He’s a lying psychopath. One of so many now that
It’s hard to get ones head around it. Vote em all out.
PIECE OF LYING EXCREMENT!! liberal party has ENDED!!
So has labor, and greens!!
Suck up to satan you lying garbage!!
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The contrast between what he is saying and what we are seeing and experiencing every day is staggering. Scumo is clearly gaslighting me!
But he is my leader and I am Ambitious for him! I look forward to the day when he might be tried and gaoled for fraud, treason and treachery.
“Gaslighting is a form of psychological abuse where a person or group makes someone question their sanity, perception of reality, or memories.”
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Scomo works for the globalist cabal, he is a traitor to Australia.
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100% true. Not what the parasite is saying – the video evidence to be used against his mate dangerous Dan and the pieces of s,,t private corporation police.
Also proves that scummo is a 100% genuine lying b……d.
Is he one of the Canberra kiddie tamperers? He looks and acts like he is. Just asking.
Nerve of the poor excuse for a politician and a human being, trying to re-write history about what the police thugs did in Victoria and other states, – like it never happened.
Better stop writing I might go a bit too far.
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I would sooner listen to a very full toilet trying very hard to flush, than whatever verbal excrement slides out of the mouth of this disgusting vile creature.
OMG!… this cretin actually believes his spin.
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