A Terrorist attacked young concert goers in Manchester at an Ariana Grande performance.
A bomb was detonated by what is believed to be a suicide bomber just outside the foyer of the Manchester Arena in England at around 10:30pm.
The blast happened just after the concert had finished and people started walking out of the venue.
A witness stated he was catapulted “30ft away”.
The whole area has been cordoned off by police and medics that are treating and transporting the wounded.
So far the toll is 16 dead and 50 injured in this horrific attack.
This dailymail.co.uk graphic shows where the bomb exploded.
Tracey Bell and Dr Roslyn Baxter from the Humans Rights Commission spent $420,000 of taxpayers money producing a report and submission to the government which contains many conclusions but factual data or evidence to back up the claims which were:
“there is a clear link between violence towards women and attitudes of disrespect and gender inequality.”
When asked during a senate estimates hearing neither had any clue as to what evidence or factual data these conclusions are based on.
All that time, effort, money ($420k + wages) and yet they have no supporting evidence for their claims.
This does not just seem a waste of money but actually fraud by using government funding and resources to influence policy making based on false data.
Well done to Sen David Leyonhjelm of the Liberal Democrats for pointing this out in the hearing.
A 34 year old woman has won a payout of $1 million dollars because she fell off a “safety step” at a Coles supermarket in Canberra.
The ACT Supreme Court ruled that her employer should have trained her how to use a “safety step”.
The payout was:
$1,088,468.53 in compensation
$222,200 general damages
$570,229 for past and future economic loss
$236,039 for past and future medical expenses
The whole argument for the plaintiff was that she was not trained on how to actually use a step which Justice Linda Ashford agreed with the plaintiff that employers should train employees how to use steps and not doing so makes them liable.
Wall St pays back Obama for his eight years of favours.
After the biggest financial meltdown of the century GW Bush let the corporations off the hook. Then came Obama and gave the people behind the corporations a pass.
And so the time for Obama to reap what he sowed has now come and the tally is at $400,000 usd for two speeches at Wall St firm Cantor Fitzgerald.
Of course he said he will not go to Wall St to make money, that banker should not get bonuses and many other things, but in practice he game a a huge relief fund that could be as high as $100 billion USD!
He sure held those bankers accountable lol
Democratic Rep Maxine Waters praises the racist riots that happened in L.A. in 1992.
To Maxine, beating and killing innocent people because of their skin colour is a ” defining moment in the way that black people resisted”, “a milestone in the history of black people demanding justice.”
She also refer to it as an “insurrection.
That’s right, Sydney University’s student union has banned a movie without seeing it.
A documentary film “The Red Pill” by Cassie Jaye has had been “disallowed” from being screened on the 4th May.
The Student Union claim the movie is “decidedly anti-feminist and anti-woman” and even “dangerous”.
When in actual fact it just shows the difficulties and biases men face in society and the legal system.
Decidedly sounds like typical student union fascism to me.
New Zealand bloke Laurel Hubbard is now the Australian’s Women Weightlifting champion, reports DailyWire.
As expected he dominated all other contestants while LGBT activists are praising his efforts.
“If I was in that category I wouldn’t feel like I was in an equal situation,I just feel that if it’s not even why are we doing the sport?” Deborah Acason
That’s right Deborah, men against women is not even, but it is equality and soon they will have no chance of placing anywhere near the top as more of this is coming to all sports.
A 17 year old boy from Texas wins the Texas state wrestling competition undefeated after 57 matches.
“Ninety-five percent of the school superintendents in Texas voted for the rule as it was proposed, which was to use birth certificates,” UIL deputy director Jamey Harrison said. “… given the overwhelming support for that rule, I don’t expect it to change anytime soon.”
And so begins the path to gender equality in sports that will bring an end to the male/female segregation and eliminate all women from achieving any success at wrestling in Texas.