As I write this

the news has just come through that a remote Coast Guard craft has found a debris field in the vicinity of the disappeared Titan submarine. This doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the Titan, but we’ll have to wait a bit longer to find out what it really means.

I just came back from New Hampshire, which is 5 minutes away from here, and I’m seeing more people who look like they might have just crossed the border thousands of miles to the south, and are now wandering around the local supermarket. They don’t speak English and they are all about 5′ tall and swarthy looking. Maybe they grew up here in some backwoods location? I doubt it. Later on, I saw a couple of individuals who looked like they were from the African sub continent.

They also did not speak English and looked out of place. Perhaps they were tourists? New Hampshire is overwhelmingly white, and if you’ll pardon me, it’s one of the reasons I like it there. It’s becoming quite unique in that respect, but for how long? The legacy media probably don’t like people talking about these things, just like they hate anyone questioning any narrative they are constructing. It’s not the purview of the average consumer to question or examine any of this important social engineering you see.

Whalers off Twofold Bay, New South Wales, watercolour by O.W. BRIERLY 1863

I watched a story about the theft of a sperm whale skull from the Eden museum this week. The museum is of interest to me because my grandfather’s axe is in there, as well as the dinghy he constructed from the remnants of one of the last whale boats that was left from the whaling industry that was there in the latter part of the 19th century. The reporter treated this criminal act like it was a joke, but it wasn’t funny at all. Since when is stealing amusing? You may wonder why in Australia, nothing that isn’t nailed down, and sometimes is nailed down, gets stolen? It’s thief central down there. You can’t have nice things outside. They’ll be gone in the morning. It’s very tiresome, and one of the reasons I’m glad not to be there. The point about the whale skull is that it requires a crane to lift it. Why on earth would anyone go to the trouble of doing that? Channel 9 (my old employer) thinks it’s hilarious though.

The people in the sub would never have been allowed to go in it Down Under. It would have been stolen before they even got a chance to get in the fucking thing. My great, great, great, great? (my grandmother’s grandfather) was a thief. He was sent to Australia because of it. Stealing is part of the original colonist’s DNA. This fellow was a drunkard as well. He once set fire to his bunk mate’s bed in some infirmary in Tasmania that they were being housed in. His wife was a convict too, and they had about 6 kids. I don’t think any of the offspring ended up being thieves, but I don’t really know. One of them started a boot factory, and did very well.

Everyone’s stealing something these days. Whale skulls, power tools, jewelery, elections, childhood innocence, you name it. A lot of it is drug related. Everyone who has lived in the inner city knows someone who had had something ripped off because some useless junkie cunt needed a fix. Thanks druggies, now the journal has taken a dour tone.

Just get in the sub. Trust me, it’s gonna be fine!

Someone pointed out the eerie similarity between the death cult Heaven’s Gate and the name of the sub company, which is Ocean Gate. Anything with the word “gate” affixed to it, is by definition, bad now, so that sucks as a branding and marketing decision. It has been said that they broke a few rules in the construction of this thing. I guess as the old saying goes, you can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs. You can’t make a pancake either. Sheeeit!

Don’t forget the spare batteries for the game control which we use to drive the sub.