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THE DOME – Hellish horror on our doorstep.

Runit Island - 4800k from my front door
Runit Island – 4800k from my front door
Runit Island - 1 of 40 that are part of the Enewetak Atoll - the ring of an ancient volcano in Micronesia.
Runit Island – 1 of 40 that are part of the Enewetak Atoll – the ring of an ancient volcano in Micronesia.
The Dome - HORROR INCARNATE.  18" thick cement covering raw plutonium waste.
The Dome – HORROR INCARNATE. 18″ thick cement covering raw plutonium waste.









Runit Island in the Enewetak Atoll, part of the Marshall Islands is only 4800 klms from my front door and is barely containing an unimaginable horror that is about to change the world.

At first glance, a tropical paradise but as climate change accelerates these islands are already drowning at a frightening rate. This would be enough of a problem alone for the people of Micronesia.

However, do you remember the name Bikini Atoll and the US bomb tests of the 1940s and 50s? Just 350 kms from the Enewetak group?

Apart from the forced removal of the natives to what was thought ‘safer’ areas only 30 kms away…

Apart from the 100s of dead and dying US personnel because of what the natives called ‘snow’ (Read: Nuclear Fallout) causing skin and internal cancers…

Apart from the 1000s of islander inhabitants affected by this fallout…

Apart from the nuclear horror and damage to the world’s ozone layer from the 23 gigantic bombs triggered at these islands (100s of times more powerful than Hiroshima)…


…..and the result is terrifying and horrifying and a danger to the entire globe.

When this huge weapon was triggered it failed to trigger the nuclear fission necessary and simply blew up the outer casing spreading large bits of fissionable plutonium over the island.  I’m not going into a treatise here on plutonium suffice to say it is the deadliest thing on the planet.

So the USA in their almighty wisdom, sent in a cleanup crew to gather up these chunks of highly radioactive matter, place them in plastic bags and throw them into the pit of a previous detonation and seal it with a thin skin of cement which of course is now breaking down and already releasing its toxic waste into the surrounding waters.  It is more often than not, now battered by waves breaking up this cement dome covering the horror underneath.  Nearly all of the cleanup crew are dead or dying and they weren’t told about the danger until they arrived at the site.

With the rise of sea water globally it has been estimated that this and many other Micronesian islands will be inundated by the end of the next decade; in less than 12 years.

The US has repeatedly reneged on its reparations in this matter with islanders suffering horrific cancers and the loss of their homes and livelihoods.

But what about the rest of us?  What will happen when ‘The Dome’ (already exuding waste) finally cracks and releases all of the deadly waste and radiation trapped inside?  This is one of the largest deposits of pure plutonium in existence.

Help needs to come now.  If we wait for the inevitable, the outcomes for humanity will be catastrophic.

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The rise of anti-intellectualism

Armchair SJW PC warriors and their safe space pronoun pushing personal agendas are part of the biggest problem mankind faces and it’s an even greater danger than global warming.

It’s the rise of anti-intellectualism.

Smarter phones and dumber people are propelling us towards a world that would have been inconceivable decades ago when Heinlein and Asimov wrote about dystopian futures but here we are.

Social media has become anti-social media and Google, Facebook and Wikipedia et al are now the universities of uniform idiocy as people ‘like’ agreeable posts and pages instead of doing the one thing that research requires – alternative argument and opposite points of view.

The dumbing down of education and the spread of this anarchy of misinformation has led to massive worldwide increases in gene splicing clubs, flat earth conventions, and believers in the crazy notion of “they didn’t land on the moon” (even though I can see a lunar lander on the moon as I write through a $240 telescope from fucking ALDI).

So now imagine a future where the leaders of the world make their decisions driven by the will of the people through 24/7 exposure to anti-social media and fake news and ……..


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Happy Easter 2018

Give a thought for the billions of hungry people around the world this Easter:

Roughly one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year — approximately 1.3 billion tonnes — gets lost or wasted. Food losses and waste amounts to roughly US$ 680 billion in industrialized countries and US$ 310 billion in developing countries.The need for food for survival reasons is outstripped by the want of choice for economic reasons. Now there’s a plethora of products on our shelves that are nothing more than differently branded items, often made by the same company, giving us the illusion of choice.Make a shopping list and buy only what you need and eat at home. Restaurants and supermarkets are some of the worse wasters with some eatery’s throwing out up to 40% of there daily produce and meals and over 44 million tonnes of food going to waste through transport mishaps or ‘time on shelf’ expiry in our supermarkets.Some organisations are trying to help the some 780 million people starving in Australia and around the globe. Head to and have a look.

Happy Easter

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4Corners ABC 2nd April 2017 – The One Nation Exposé

After watching the Four Corners episode on One Nation to say that I am angry and appalled is a vast understatement but not for the reasons you’d think.

Not because of the denial of climate change by the party. Not because of the party’s constant railing against immigration, Islam and immigrants. Not because of the obvious corporate money-grubbing of the party.

You see for over 35 years I centred my entertainment business and toured the areas of rural and outback Victoria, NSW and Southern QLD travelling literally millions of miles and performing in every club, pub and Showground. I saw the environmental degradation of this entire area through scurrilous water deals, depletion of the water table, fracking and mining and bad farming techniques. All the while politicians putting their hands in their pockets and playing with their spare change which was usually more than rural and outback families would make in a week.

The entire time, I was watching this rural heartland becoming less and less informed and educated while becoming more and more disaffected with their daily situation. It is this that I am angry about. The lack of real substance to our political process for the last 20 years has caused this.

The removal of services especially education for the bush and the force feeding of totally engineered news and information services has formed the Australian versions of the Orwellian proles from ‘1984’ (the book; not the year).
What was it Plato said: “The price good men pay for indifference to public affairs is to be ruled by evil men”. A statement 2000 years old but could have been said this morning it is so relevant.

The entire socio-economic and political spectrum in Australia has engineered this debacle and now the whole of Australi is about to suffer the same way America is suffering under the illegitimacy of their current leader. During his entire campaign Trump said nothing other than what ‘the people’ wanted to hear. This is not politics. Trump was not prepared to lead the US and many of our current crop of politicians pander to the whim of this same sea of uneducated, ill-informed, disaffected voters.

These Australian parliamentary cockroaches are not prepared either and they treat politics as a money-train to fill their own bank accounts. They should be weeded out and sent packing and then build more rural schools and dismantle the digital information and news monopolies who sell entertainment instead of news so ordinary folk can have verified legitimate information at their fingertips instead of the so called ‘fake news’ that most people seem to be reading and believing in good faith.

Thanks to Mike Bagnall at Imagegrove for the image of me from 1981.