Scott Morrison’s lies start to unravel about his knowledge of the police investigation into paedophile protector Brian Houston

Scott Morrison has admitted he lied about trying to take paedophile protector Brian Houston to the White House last September. Of course, Morrison doesn’t call it a lie but what is a bigger lie that is impossible to dispute is Morrison also implying, on the recording below, that he didn’t know Brian Houston was under investigation by the NSW Police for concealing his father’s sexual abuse of children.

Scott Morrison’s lies start to unravel about his knowledge of the police investigation into paedophile protector Brian Houston

Only in Australia 🇦🇺Panic Buying //Kindness

I sent my Grandfather out to buy 300 Dollars for packaged Coffee today. 😂 He came down the driveway in his old truck, 😁 guess what. No coffee 😌 all was gone. He had 399 toilet rolls stacked in his car. Hell will freeze over. No money no coffee. 😦 Bloody toilet rolls 🤨 he had been watching TV and Panicked. The police Van came ☹️he was arrested for breaking the law. I’m in shock poor Grand Dad thought he would get rich advertising toilet rolls online for $30 a roll. Nether less, the Police rang an ambulance 🚑 and took all the toilet rolls away. But now I have no money 💵 cause he used my card. Oh what a day 🥶

Only in Australia 🇦🇺Panic Buying

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Covid-19 spreads to more countries // HEM News Agency

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Covid-19 spreads to more countries

HEM News AgencyMarch 7, 2020

Ilford, United Kingdom

VIJAY SHAH

The spread of the novel human coronavirus (Covid-19) is now reaching epidemic proportions with more than 100,000 infections and around 3,500 deaths reported worldwide, and the infection has been reported for the first time in several new countries and regions, according to Twitter.

Around 56,000 patients have been discharged from hospitals globally after coming into contact with the virus, said to have originated at a seafood market in the city of Wuhan in China. Peru, Bhutan and the Vatican City have all reported their first infections of Covid19, while in China, the epicentre of the virus, infection rates have begun to slow down, but are picking up pace in Europe, Iran and the U.S.

South Korea is now the second-most infected country after China, with Covid-19 spreading the fastest in Italy. There are fears the disease could lead to a global recession as businesses and stock markets take a hammering as consumers are put off trading and travelling due to fears of becoming sick. In the UK, the regional airline Flybe went into administration after a massive budget shortfall caused in part by declining uptake of flights because of coronavirus. According to the United Nations the global decline in aviation activities caused by Covid19 could cost USD $50 billion (GBP £38.3 billion), cited QuickTake by Bloomberg.

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The United States has now confirmed cases in at least 21 states, with California and Washington on the west coast the most affected.

Cameroon, Colombia, Costa Rica, Serbia and Slovakia also reported their first cases yesterday, according to Global Health Strategies, a health communications agency. South Korea’s confirmed cases have risen to almost 6,800, and Japan has passed a law ordering immediate two week quarantine periods for anyone visiting the country from China and South Korea, as its tourism industry takes a battering and is forced to go into survival mode. Yesterday, Korean news agency Yonhap reported that the country 483 fresh cases, pushing their total infected numbers to 6,767.

In the Middle East, Iran has borne the brunt of Covid19, with the death toll there reaching 120 and travel between cities in the country heavily restricted. Yesterday alone, 1,234 new cases and 17 deaths were reported, bringing the total number of infected to more than 4,700, according to Al Jazeera reporter Ali Hashem. New cases have also been reported in Iraq and Palestine, where the pilgrimage town of Bethlehem has been closed off for foreign tourists.

In Europe, the UK has reported officially 116 cases and two deaths, both elderly patients. France now has 613 cases under observation, and the death toll in Italy has reached the 200-mark, according to Reuters, a news agency. The agency reported that the Italian government has ordered all sporting events in the country to take place behind closed doors and without fans in attendance to minimise the virus spreading. In the Americas, the US death toll has now reached seventeen, with 51 cases across the border in Canada. PAHO has confirmed 189 cases across Latin America and the Caribbean. The United States agency in charge of infection control, the CDC has shipped out 900,000 coronavirus testing kits yesterday alone, with another million due to be circulated next week, according to an official at a recent White House press conference on the virus.

Africa has so far escaped the brunt of the impact from Covid19, but there at least eight countries have confirmed cases, with Egypt and Algeria most affected. The World Health Organization has urged people to observe proper hygiene practices and avoid spreading rumours about the virus.

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Passionate Expats For A Better Croatia – An Interview With Mate Pavkovic // Croatia, the War, and th e Future

Mate Pavkovic is one of the organizers of this year’s Cro Diaspora Summit, which will be held from 21 to 23 May on the Island Brac.

As he revealed in an interview with Direktno.hr, which I have translated here into English, the aim of this summit is to improve the investments of the Croatian diaspora in the Croatian economy, to work on reducing red tape and problems in terms of economy and investments in Croatia.

As he said, this event will not have much importance in terms of politics – because the goal is economics. Croatia is an independent and good country, but it could also make much better progress.

What is the purpose of your event?

– Honestly, this conference is not only about the topic of emigration, but it will be a trigger for talks and movements that we must not stop. We need to do something for the survival of our homeland, to make Croatia a better country. I, like many other Croats, lived outside our Beautiful, but that is wealth, not weakness. We must use our wealth to improve our homeland. We must unite beyond sports and humanitarian actions; we must unite as one people for a better tomorrow. We will not achieve this only through politics. In Croatia, much is being done through state institutions, which is not the best solution.

We must free the economy of capitalism so that it can develop and grow on its own. We should cooperate economically with the UK, US, Canada, Australia … and not just with neighbouring countries and EU countries. To achieve this, we need to use the resources of our diaspora, that is, the vast knowledge and business experience that exists in the expat community. We can design strategies that will appeal to our people. I think that Croatian citizens in Canada and the US do not expect the government to do something, but, as a rule, do it themselves. And they don’t care who’s a Democrat and who’s a Republican, or who’s a Conservative, and who’s a Liberal. The only thing that matters to them, it is said, is their ability and success in business.

Who will participate?

– This summit will gather Croats from the expat community and will discuss primarily business and finding solutions, not past problems. The intention of this conference is not political, but the solutions that the participants make at the conference will be delivered to government and business institutions to hear the voice of expatriates at the macroeconomic and political levels. Crodiaspora strongly believes that if business and government strategies focus on better measures of dealing with Croats in emigration, the result will affect the return of Croats and their integration with the whole of Croatia, as a single nation.

This summit is something new. I think the conference will be just the beginning of a conversation that, when it starts, will not be able to stop. Through the application Pleme.app, which is a kind of Facebook for Croatians in emigration, we intend to connect all Croats, that is, all Croatian chambers of commerce in the world, and constantly talk and look for solutions and answers to the question: How to make Croatia a better country? The ultimate goal is to connect through business, because that is how we can liberate the economy.

Mate Pavkovic
Photo: crodiaspora.com

How satisfied are you with the way the Diaspora is involved in socio-political processes in Croatia?

– As Ivan Grbešić stated in his speech at the third session of the Government Council for Croats outside the Republic of Croatia: Although Croatian emigration is the basis of social, political and economic life, the number of Croats in emigration is almost equal to the number of Croats in Croatia, in the Croatian Parliament they have reduced the number of MPs for Croatian emigration from 12 to 3. How can the three MPs represent millions and millions of Croats? I firmly believe in freedom, that we ourselves determine our future.

In Croatia, we know what freedom means in the sense that we have fought for our independence, but we do not yet know what freedom means in the context of the economy. As soon as we learn that we need to reduce the impact of politics in our lives, something we fought in the Homeland War, we will live better. The Croatian government does not need to set up an office for Croats outside the Republic of Croatia, but rather to entice its people to return. This means improved conditions, a legislative framework to attract investment, free up the labour market so that you can hire good and quality people, not through connections. These are things, I hope, that every Croat in the world can agree on.

What have you been doing so far?

– I was employed by the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, the International Affairs and Investment Attraction Division. Everyone told me to stay there because I got good pay and great security. But I didn’t want to stay. I quit because the entrepreneurial urge made me try to start something myself. In Croatia, much is being done through state institutions, which is not the best solution. We must free the economy of capitalism, for it to develop and grow on its own.

We should cooperate economically with the UK, the US, Canada, Australia… and not just with neighbouring countries and EU countries. To achieve this, we need to use the resources of our diaspora, that is, the vast knowledge and business experience that exists in the expat community. We can design strategies that will appeal to our people. We want to free the economy that expatriate Croats and their descendants can return and do business here.

Are there opportunities for third or fourth generation expatriate Croats to return home and start a business?

– Croatia has huge opportunities. Why do we need to increase the quota of foreign workers in Croatia when Croats from South America are, in some cases, tormented by inequality and lack of opportunity in their countries. We can give our Croats in South America the opportunity to return to Croatia. One famous example is Maria Florencia Celani. Known as a contestant on ‘The Voice Croatia’. Many people who will attend the Crodiaspora Summit have very successfully established world-class companies in Croatia. John Gasparac, PwC Croatia Partner, Joe Basic, Organizer of the Ultra Europe Music Festival, and some who founded big former Croatian companies like Metro – Dennis Rukavina, Darrel Saric, and Michael Prpic (all from Canada), and Marion Duzich, the resort’s owner at which the conference will be held.

Mate Pavkovic
Photo: Facebook

How to heal the Croatian economy?

– If Croatia really wants to cure the economy, they need to hear and bring in experts from the Croatian emigration who will repair and execute real solutions. All these returning people sacrificed and did not surrender, for perhaps a more successful life abroad, but they acted as my dad taught me – that Croatia is our homeland and we have no other homeland. What makes Croatia? Land and people. If we don’t have land or people – then we don’t have a homeland!

What is the biggest obstacle for the Croatian emigration?

– The biggest obstacle for expatriates is obtaining citizenship. Even when I acquired my citizenship, I had to change my name from Matija Matthew Pavkovic to Matija Matthew Pavković because my dad would not be able to transfer property in Croatia to me. One of my Chicago friends waited three and a half years just for his Domovnica (certificate of citizenship). These inefficiencies in our state institutions are unacceptable. There are many proud Croats, first, second, third and fourth generations who would love to be official Croats. When I finally acquired Croatian citizenship, after we came to Zagreb and settled all the paperwork for my Domovnica, I still waited three months. It is much better in Croatia now, but not at the world level. Other countries outperform Croatia easily, even though they were once in a worse position …

What other citizenship do you have?

– I recently acquired US citizenship that my mom passed on to me. I received social security, a foreign voting registration, an ID and a passport in less than two weeks. They respect their citizens, they want as many Americans as possible (legally, of course), and that their citizens have the opportunity to contribute to their economy and society. Croatia must be proud of its citizens and people of Croatian roots. You cannot do it in words, but in deeds. If business and government strategies focus on better measures of dealing with Croats in emigration, the result will affect the return of Croats and their integration with the whole of Croatia, as a single nation.

How can the Diaspora help Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), many of whom came from that country?

– I am a proud Croat but I am a very proud Herzegovinian. From a young age, I always consider that Croats in BiH are not only part of our society, but also part of my homeland. We Croats from BiH are not just votes and political points. We are a capable nation and a prosperous nation. If a Herzegovinian Victor Dodig can be CEO and President of Canada’s largest bank, it is a sign of courage and self-determination. We must encourage our Croats to negotiate for better conditions and, as in Croatia, reduce the impact of politics on daily life. We live in a time where we can make money in our homes, villages, anywhere in the world …

Rescue is not just in one industry, but Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia need to work towards a freer economy. This means diversifying the economy that if one industry crashes, we can rely on other industries and reintegrate the unemployed into the job market.

What do you think about today’s emigration?

– I want to emphasize that it is not a bad thing for people to leave Croatia. That’s our strength. We have to be like the United Arab Emirates. They intentionally sent their smartest students to the best universities. While they were gaining experience and knowledge from other countries, people in the UAE were preparing the conditions for their return. We are ready to return, but we must create the conditions for the return of our esteemed Croats from abroad. Now is the time to create better conditions, to create and determine our future ourselves, and to show the world that Croatia, BiH, Croats … are not only hosts and good in tourism, but we are a capable people.

Otherwise, this summit will gather Croats from the expat community and will discuss primarily business and finding solutions, not past problems.

The purpose of this conference is not political, but the solutions that the participants make at the conference will be delivered to Government and business institutions in order to hear the voice of emigration at the macroeconomic and political levels – the organizers said.

Translated from the Croatian language by Ina Vukic

Excerpt from Crodiaspora website regarding registration and tickets for the May 2020 Summit on the beautiful Island of Brac in Croatia:

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Dear Croats from around the world, Crodiaspora is celebrating the accomplishments of the Croatian diaspora including our very own Marion Duzich who is celebrating 20 years in Supetar, Brač.

Mr. Duzich’s Svpetrvs Waterman resort offers a private atmosphere curated with a spacious and comfortable environment to interact with fellow participants in both formal and informal sessions. The Crodiaspora Summit is about igniting new connections and collaborations between experienced Croatian Professionals and entrepreneurs alike who love their homeland & want to take it to the next level in the new decade.

From the diaspora to the diaspora!

Come to Supetar for an all inclusive “everything Croatian diaspora“ weekend. Network with like-minded Croats from around the world who want to renew and build a better Croatia.

Register for the conference at Crodiaspora.com.

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“Success is a series of battles, and how we approach them will make us champions”- #fromdiasporatodiaspora!

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Pauline Hanson calls for Corona beer ban, until we know what role it played in virus //Kindness

Only in Australia 🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺😁😁😁 Former fish and chip shop owner and the world’s number one source of hot-air emissions, Pauline Hanson, has today tabled a bill in parliament to ban the sale of all Corona beer, until health authorities can establish what role it is playing in the current viral outbreak in China. 

“It doesn’t take a geniush to see that this virus is called corona, and this beer is called Corona,” said Hanson today while standing in front of a giant board covered in red string. “Call me an idiot, but I know it’s all connected somehow. Do you seriously expect me to believe this is all just coincidence?”

Asked what in god’s name she was talking about, Ms Hanson explained that it was basic science. “When two things are called the same thing its because that’s what causes them!” said Hanson. “Like with birds cause bird flu, salmon causes salmonella, and hungry bees cause diet-beeties.”

Mrs Hanson was also careful to cancel all breakfast TV appearances until the source of the virus was found. “I’m told it’s being spread by a host of some kind, so I’m being careful,” explained Hanson. “I don’t know which one yet, but my money’s on Kochie. Or maybe Mel. It’s hard to tell, they all look so pale on that show. Makes you wonder how anyone hosting a show in Australia could catch the disease considering there’s not a single Chinese person to be seen.”

“You know it’s a problem when even the white supremacists think TV’s a bit white.”

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Pauline Hanson calls for Corona beer ban, until we know what role it played in virus