David Hilton

Teacher, writer, PhD. Published on the Daily Caller, Zero Hedge, Spectator Australia and XYZ. Anti-Marxist, anti-Zionist and fanatical truth-teller. Our struggle is not with flesh and blood but beware the leaven of the Pharisees.

Children’s book celebrates homosexuality, gender fluidity for kids

A children’s book published in October last year encourages homosexuality, transgenderism and bisexuality for young children.

GayBCs, written by activist author M. L. Webb, markets itself as “a joyful celebration of LGBTQ+ vocabulary” that celebrates “the beauty of embracing one’s true self”. It is targeted at children 4-8 years old.

The setting for the book is a play date between four children who play games such as dress-ups, building a fort and playing with blocks.

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The children’s book includes concepts such as being a homosexual “ally” who stands up for gay and transgender children. Coming out, being “non-binary” and dressing in drag are also portrayed heroically for the young reader.… Read the rest

It snowed in Tasmania, Baghdad and Hawaii this week

Summer snow fell across highland Tasmania on Monday morning.

Snowfalls were reported at Mount Wellington, Cradle Mountain, Lake St Clair and elsewhere. The snow was accompanied by over 30mm of rain in 24 hours in Western Tasmania, and followed on from 40C heat in Hobart over the weekend.

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Greens leader Adam Bandt pledges to destroy modern civilisation

Incoming Greens leader Adam Bandt has warned Australians that one of his top priorities will be to end the era of cheap energy the nation has enjoyed since the Industrial Revolution, and which has made the wealth of the modern era possible.

Mr Bandt made the controversial statement to media on Tuesday.

Big business that makes its money by killing people and endangering people’s safety should be worried. If you are a coal company or a gas company or an oil company then our message to you is very simple. Your business model is unsustainable, your business model is predicated on threatening human life, and [you] have to go.

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ABC says Australia is an ‘unsafe, racist’ place for non-whites

ABC Life has published an article stating racial minorities in Australia are unsafe and that Aussies are racist towards those with a different skin colour.

The opinion piece, entitled ‘My story of racism and discrimination in Australia‘, was published by the flagship public broadcaster last Monday.

The anonymous author is of Indian background, and says he grew up in Engadine in south Sydney in the 1980s. He says his experiences having brown skin in the then majority-white area makes him able to relate to the ‘extra burden’ placed on Indigenous Australians.

The author says he wrote the op-ed in response to an article published two months earlier on ABC Life about the problem of widespread racism in the country.… Read the rest

Top medical journal: Wuhan probably contains 130,000 infected

Scientists from Hong Kong University have made public a report indicating that the Chinese city of Wuhan is likely to be home to more than 130,000 people infected with the Wuhan coronavirus, also known as 2019-nCoV.

The report was published in the prestigious medical journal, The Lancet. To identify how many individuals are likely to be suffering from the illness, the researchers used data on the number of cases exported from Wuhan to find the rate of infection for the disease. The scientists then applied that rate to the population exposed to the virus.

The researchers predicted that epidemics are growing exponentially now in multiple major cities of China, with a lag time behind Wuhan of about 1-2 weeks.… Read the rest

Sydney median house prices crashed by up to half a million in 2019

Suburbs across Sydney saw record six-figure price falls in 2019, according to Domain. The data was recorded as part of the Domain House Price Report published at the end of January. 

The suburbs with the largest drops were mainly in the lower north shore, inner city and eastern suburbs of the city.

Woollahra, near Sydney’s eastern beaches, saw an average price fall of $501,887, or 15.2 per cent. The median price for a property in Woollahra remains $2.8 million.

Prices in Cremorne dropped approximately $486, 000, and Cronulla fell $477,000. Paddington, Mosman and Northbridge all fell about $228,000.

Prices recovered slightly after the federal election, interest rate cuts and the easing of lending restrictions by banks in response to the drops, however prices across the city are still significantly down from their mid-2017 highs.… Read the rest

Chinese-Australian politician complains that response to coronavirus is discriminatory

Chinese-Australian politician Scott Yung has complained to 2GB talkback radio host Ben Fordham about discrimination against the Chinese community as fears rise over coronavirus.

Mr Yung made the comments in an interview on Thursday afternoon. He is president of the Liberal Party Chinese Youth Council in Sydney, and is described by Mr Fordham as a future State or Federal MP.

Introducing the segment, Mr Fordham lamented rising racism against Chinese by other Australians.

“Community concern is sky-high, you can’t argue with that. The downside of that concern is that some are discriminating. There are already cases of people from the Chinese-Australian community being marginalised by other Aussies who are scared of coronavirus.”

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Snow in Dubai, Saudi Arabia as wild weather strikes globally

A powerful storm has brought sub-zero temperatures and widespread snowfall to parts of the Middle East.

The unseasonably cold weather has led to spectacular images of camels navigating snow and ice in the usually hot, sandy region.

While media in Australia have attributed the bushfires and storms during January in Australia to global warming, the ABC played down the irregularity of the Middle Eastern cold snap in their reporting.… Read the rest

Chinese shoppers begin stripping Sydney shelves of health, medical supplies

Disturbing images have emerged on social media of empty supermarket shelves in the Sydney CBD as shoppers clear them out of disinfectant wipes, hand sanitiser and face masks.

The images were uploaded on the evening of January 27, and follow on from images of Chinese supermarkets stripped bare by panicked citizens in response to the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak this month.

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Doctors warn China coronavirus carriers may show no symptoms

A team of eminent doctors published a report in Friday’s edition of The Lancet medical journal which found that persons may be infected with the China coronavirus without presenting any symptoms.

Such patients were described in the report as ‘afebrile’, a medical term indicating no fever or outward signs of sickness. The authors of the report indicated such carriers may help to spread the outbreak by remaining undetected.

The findings of the study cast doubt on the effectiveness of screenings procedures implemented at airports around the world to prevent the spread of the disease.

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