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Andrew Bolt On Davos

January 23, 2023

By Paul Homewood


As Davos winds up, Andrew Bolt sums up:


  1. Douglas Dragonfly permalink
    January 23, 2023 2:05 pm

    Useful exercise all round.
    World leaders sacked, security discussed and planned. Future moves ordered. Media sells distraction. Who are we to interfere with the operations of millionaires and billionaires?

  2. steve permalink
    January 23, 2023 2:07 pm

    God, would I love to see Andrew Bolt on the BBC or SKY UK. Not a chance in hell – he speaks far too much sense.

    • Devoncamel permalink
      January 23, 2023 4:41 pm

      I’m sure Talk TV/Radio would welcome him with open arms. The Richard Tice slot on Sundays at 10am would be the perfect fit.

  3. steve permalink
    January 23, 2023 2:10 pm

    Get him on the BBC or SKY UK. not a chance in hell, speaks far too much sense

  4. sean2829 permalink
    January 23, 2023 2:41 pm

    Read the other news about the mess green bureaucrats have been making of the world in the name of saving the planet. It’s not comedy and it’s tragedy. Pakistan’s electric grid is collapsing because the EU is paying exorbitant prices for LNG to replace the natural gas it used to get from Russia. Pakistan got priced out of the market. The EU has also been buying coal and specifically from South Africa. S. African coal exports to the EU increased 580% in 2022 but South Africa’s grid is struggling as well. The EU has fossil fuels it could mine or extract but it refuses or outlaws the methods to do so economically. The EU have become Eco-Colonialists so they can maintain their green purity while make poorer countries suffer as a result.

    • Thomas Carr permalink
      January 23, 2023 10:55 pm

      Sean: according to Julian Rademeyer the director of Organised Crime Observatory for East and Southern Africa there were in South Africa 143 assassinations last year. Recently there was an attempt to assassinate Andre de Ruyter the chief executive of South Africa’s power generator Eskom using cyanide . De Ruyter had discovered that Eskom was in the grip of crime and corruption with plots to sabotage power stations and steal components. The effect on the state owned power industry is now rolling blackouts of up to nine hours a day. (Sunday Telegraph yesterday.)
      It appears that these have little to do with the buying of South African coal by other countries or what you call Eco-Colonialism..

    • Dave Andrews permalink
      January 24, 2023 5:47 pm

      In November 2021 Germany pledged billions of euros to wean South Africa off coal. Mid 2022 Germany spent billions of euros buying South African coal. So South African coal is necessary for Germans but not South Africans – got that?

  5. Malcolm permalink
    January 23, 2023 3:30 pm

    Whilst I would largely agree with what Bolt says here, albeit without any one at Davos showing agreement despite his suggestion that they might, I have just looked up who this man.

    You do the same, I can only say he is not a man in whose company I would choose to be. As such if you choose to have him here Paul you should attach a warning that we should sup with him using long spoons. People of his ilk do not help our case.

    • Douglas Dragonfly permalink
      January 23, 2023 6:24 pm

      Judge a man by the company he keeps eh ? Take a look at one of the other more well known faces that attended in order to push his controlling schemes :-
      The Genocidal maniac Tony Blair has called for a global digital infrastructure to monitor who is vaccinated and who isn’t.
      Speaking at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, Blair said:
      “You need to know who has been vaccinated and who hasn’t been.
      Some of the vaccines coming down the line will be multiple shots, so you’ve got to have for reasons to do with the healthcare more generally, but certainly for a pandemic or for vaccines, you’ve got to have a proper digital infrastructure and many countries don’t have that yet.” In other words – digital I.D.
      Digital infrastructure, smart motorways, smart cities, smart meters, net zero, 15 minute cities they are all on the Davos sets wish list.

      • Harry Passfield permalink
        January 23, 2023 7:12 pm

        I wonder when Blair will get round to us having to have tattoos on our forearms….(I won’t swear, Paul, but if I did it would start with a B and call into question his parentage..)

    • January 23, 2023 7:31 pm

      Nothing wrong with Andrew Bolt.
      He’ll do for me. Good man and has been for ages.

      His IQ score is much bigger than his hat size. Way more than you can say for some commenters, who seem to believe exactly what Google etc tells them.

    • Thomas Carr permalink
      January 23, 2023 10:30 pm

      Malcolm: I have watched Bolt a lot on Australian TV and would say that he is not ranter and gentle in his presentations compared with Nigel F. He has been objective about Greta and the outgoing Jacinda Ardern. Bolt has broadcast much of what Paul has written for us so much so that Bolt or his researchers seem to have read Paul’s writing also.

    • Stuart Hamish permalink
      January 24, 2023 7:43 am

      Malcolm : ” I have just looked up who this man [ is ] …….I can only say he is not a man in whose company I would choose to be ”

      So Malcolm – and we can make no character judgements of Malcolm as we have no information on his life nor the company he keeps – primps and wags his finger to advise us Andrew is a man of circumspect integrity and yet provides no references or arguments as to why he is so offended by one of Australias most superb old school journalists and columnists … Just dark , inquisitorial innuendo. Andrew is the Emmanuel Goldstein of Australian cultural life . The Left hate him because he is one of this countrys prominent Stolen Generations myth -busters , Bruce Pascoe debunkers and catastrophic global warming contrarians .He shatters their shibboleths and illuminates their lies . Some in the Victoria Police and the Australian academic , media and literary establishment despise him for proving the innocence of the “Carl Beeched ” Cardinal George Pell by simply performing a re-enactment of the St Patricks Cathedral allegations – a mandatory procedure that should have been undertaken by the police themselves – that probably swayed the High Court to clear the Cardinal in a 7- 0 verdict . .For those not familiar with Andrew Bolts personal sacrifices and tribulations he has had to move house owing to death threats and was once show trialed and convicted under Australia’s draconian 18C law by the Labor preselection candidate judge [ the Victorian judiciary is a leftist stack ] Mordy Bromberg for – in the judges own words – Mr Bolts ‘tone ” and what was discerned ‘between the lines ” of his writings . When was the last time a journalist in a Western democracy was subjectively found guilty for “racial vilification” – or rather
      ridiculing race hustlers – on the basis of the vibe felt from blank spaces in print and the tenor of his prose ? ….

      The one point of disagreement I have with Andrew is his dictum ” that when people start laughing at you its over ” It wasnt for Nigel Farage who crowed to the EU Parliament that when he first arrived and spoke there ” you all laughed at me .” only to remind them ” well you’re not laughing now” It is amazing how scorn and derision can be spurs to greater success

      Mysterious Malcolm though , dislikes Andrew for reasons undisclosed

      • January 24, 2023 11:00 am

        Thank you Stuart for your fine effort in debunking “Malcolm’s” vile innuendo about the character of Andrew Bolt. As well as enjoying his columns for many years, I have both met him a number of times, and some years ago had a very gracious correspondence with him over a factual disagreement. Not only is he a genuinely nice human being, he is also an excellent Jounalist, and enjoys respectful debate – and so good is he at it that many politicians fear to go on his programs, not for fear of a ‘gotcha’ moment, but the fear they may be out-debated.

  6. Stonyground permalink
    January 23, 2023 4:17 pm

    Is it too much to hope for that the climate alarmist scam is unravelling at last? I’ve been expecting the whole thing to die a death since climategate happened but it turned out that I was being just a bit too optimistic. Surveys seem to suggest that more than half of the population of the west no longer believe the catastrophic predictions. Why anyone over the age of thirty would believe them is anyone’s guess.

  7. Rob Williams permalink
    January 23, 2023 7:54 pm

    Agreed, how do we bring common sense and pragmatism into the “elite” brains?

  8. Dana permalink
    January 24, 2023 9:38 am

    The bankers were at Davos promoting their CBDCs digital currency, cashless in other words. Anna Bligh CEO Aust. Bankers assn. says that customers are asking for cashless, they want it.

    • Douglas Dragonfly permalink
      January 24, 2023 10:33 am

      Thanks for this reminder. If they are successful implementing their cashless society then our independence really will be lost !
      Blair wants this and now his understudy Starmer also surprised his former colleagues by supporting a government “superdatabase” that would collect all phone and internet communications as well.
      Our freedoms are being eroded before our very eyes.
      These monsters cook up excuses such as man made climate change for further controls.

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