Liberal Matt Damon plans to leave US for Australia

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The first celebrity in Trump’s America to leave the states is … Matt Damon.

Damon is reportedly packing up his family and heading to Australia because he’s had enough of President Donald Trump and his administration.

The 47-year-old actor reportedly purchased a new property in Byron Bay, New South Wales, Sydney’s Sunday Telegraph reported although the actor is denying this is due to Trump.

A friend of the actor told Page Six that Damon has been vocal about his displeasure with Trump’s policies and that the move will have no effect on future projects.

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The stupidity of liberals, ability to ignore their ignorance

and to Destroy what gives them freedom

 

Original Post

There is so much fake news out there surrounding Donald Trump but one thing is for certain.  Liberals are far more deranged and bothered by Donald Trump's election than Conservatives were with Obama's.  I think it could be said that Conservatives took Obama's election (and re-election) far better than liberals are accepting Donald Trump's election.  

New Zealand, isolated, as it is, might make a good haven in a global storm.  Australia, with its small population of about 25 million, is in a bad neighborhood. Indonesia, with a massive Muslim population, and China with a military doctrine that looks upon Australia as a nearby major source of natural resources (except oil).  No ready oil and Australians become Amish in a couple of months.  Fracking is a possibility. But, water is scarce and the enviros are strong.  

direstraits posted:

New Zealand, isolated, as it is, might make a good haven in a global storm.  Australia, with its small population of about 25 million, is in a bad neighborhood. Indonesia, with a massive Muslim population, and China with a military doctrine that looks upon Australia as a nearby major source of natural resources (except oil).  No ready oil and Australians become Amish in a couple of months.  Fracking is a possibility. But, water is scarce and the enviros are strong.  

New Zealand is most definitly the choice of those who have the where with all to make a choice to live somewhere else. The problem is that there are so many Billionaires that are making that decision to make New Zealand their survival location that not only are they finding that land is actuallly starting to get tough to get but that which is available is going for such a huge inflated price that only the super rich are able to make such moves on the Island Nation.

New Zealand has for many year been a destination that I would love to have visited and seen from at least the late 1970's when I had nightly visits, on Amateur Radio, with a local New Zealander nammed Mac who would entertain a lot of us with stories about his Island Nation and how wonderful it was living there along with it's natural beauty and ease of living.  All that was before I started hearing news stories about people choosing it as a destination to avoid Armageddon or some other horrible occurance to our planet that would make many  places cesspools and third world countries.  

Another out, that many of the richest are taking is in building and constructing their own mega yachts along with state of the art security measures to ward off against potential pirates and agressors.  Those measures, of course, wouldn't work too well against a large nation intent to conquer the world but most don't think that would be the most likely scenario.  Either way escape bunkers and destinations for the mega rich to locate safety destinations are quite in vogue today, from what I hear.  

Personally, and I'm putting my own reputation or sanity at risk here, I like living in Alabama (in the US) and this area of the nation.  I think that we have so much going on for us in North Alabama as long as we can keep the liberal politics from corrupting Alabama like it's harmed California and many other places where the liberal utopia hs brought about outragous cost of living conditions for residents and everyone lives under such burdonsome restriictions that freedom is but a dream any longer.   Also those same burdeonsome restrictions and conditions is what is spurring an increase in popularity of some far off places like in Montana and say Alaska.  Places that are quite off the grid, so to say, and provide people a great measure of privacy.

gbrk posted:
direstraits posted:

New Zealand, isolated, as it is, might make a good haven in a global storm.  Australia, with its small population of about 25 million, is in a bad neighborhood. Indonesia, with a massive Muslim population, and China with a military doctrine that looks upon Australia as a nearby major source of natural resources (except oil).  No ready oil and Australians become Amish in a couple of months.  Fracking is a possibility. But, water is scarce and the enviros are strong.  

New Zealand is most definitly the choice of those who have the where with all to make a choice to live somewhere else. The problem is that there are so many Billionaires that are making that decision to make New Zealand their survival location that not only are they finding that land is actuallly starting to get tough to get but that which is available is going for such a huge inflated price that only the super rich are able to make such moves on the Island Nation.

New Zealand has for many year been a destination that I would love to have visited and seen from at least the late 1970's when I had nightly visits, on Amateur Radio, with a local New Zealander nammed Mac who would entertain a lot of us with stories about his Island Nation and how wonderful it was living there along with it's natural beauty and ease of living.  All that was before I started hearing news stories about people choosing it as a destination to avoid Armageddon or some other horrible occurance to our planet that would make many  places cesspools and third world countries.  

Another out, that many of the richest are taking is in building and constructing their own mega yachts along with state of the art security measures to ward off against potential pirates and agressors.  Those measures, of course, wouldn't work too well against a large nation intent to conquer the world but most don't think that would be the most likely scenario.  Either way escape bunkers and destinations for the mega rich to locate safety destinations are quite in vogue today, from what I hear.  

Personally, and I'm putting my own reputation or sanity at risk here, I like living in Alabama (in the US) and this area of the nation.  I think that we have so much going on for us in North Alabama as long as we can keep the liberal politics from corrupting Alabama like it's harmed California and many other places where the liberal utopia hs brought about outragous cost of living conditions for residents and everyone lives under such burdonsome restriictions that freedom is but a dream any longer.   Also those same burdeonsome restrictions and conditions is what is spurring an increase in popularity of some far off places like in Montana and say Alaska.  Places that are quite off the grid, so to say, and provide people a great measure of privacy.

Right! Because the head of EVERY BRANCH OF ALABAMA GOVERNMENT WENT TO JAIL... AND THEY WERE ALL REPUBLICANS. You can't make this stuff up. The corruption of Cali has gbrk all tore up, but the corruption in Alabama is perfectly fine, because they're Republicans.

Br’er Rabbit posted:
gbrk posted:
direstraits posted:

New Zealand, isolated, as it is, might make a good haven in a global storm.  Australia, with its small population of about 25 million, is in a bad neighborhood. Indonesia, with a massive Muslim population, and China with a military doctrine that looks upon Australia as a nearby major source of natural resources (except oil).  No ready oil and Australians become Amish in a couple of months.  Fracking is a possibility. But, water is scarce and the enviros are strong.  

New Zealand is most definitly the choice of those who have the where with all to make a choice to live somewhere else. The problem is that there are so many Billionaires that are making that decision to make New Zealand their survival location that not only are they finding that land is actuallly starting to get tough to get but that which is available is going for such a huge inflated price that only the super rich are able to make such moves on the Island Nation.

New Zealand has for many year been a destination that I would love to have visited and seen from at least the late 1970's when I had nightly visits, on Amateur Radio, with a local New Zealander nammed Mac who would entertain a lot of us with stories about his Island Nation and how wonderful it was living there along with it's natural beauty and ease of living.  All that was before I started hearing news stories about people choosing it as a destination to avoid Armageddon or some other horrible occurance to our planet that would make many  places cesspools and third world countries.  

Another out, that many of the richest are taking is in building and constructing their own mega yachts along with state of the art security measures to ward off against potential pirates and agressors.  Those measures, of course, wouldn't work too well against a large nation intent to conquer the world but most don't think that would be the most likely scenario.  Either way escape bunkers and destinations for the mega rich to locate safety destinations are quite in vogue today, from what I hear.  

Personally, and I'm putting my own reputation or sanity at risk here, I like living in Alabama (in the US) and this area of the nation.  I think that we have so much going on for us in North Alabama as long as we can keep the liberal politics from corrupting Alabama like it's harmed California and many other places where the liberal utopia hs brought about outragous cost of living conditions for residents and everyone lives under such burdonsome restriictions that freedom is but a dream any longer.   Also those same burdeonsome restrictions and conditions is what is spurring an increase in popularity of some far off places like in Montana and say Alaska.  Places that are quite off the grid, so to say, and provide people a great measure of privacy.

Right! Because the head of EVERY BRANCH OF ALABAMA GOVERNMENT WENT TO JAIL... AND THEY WERE ALL REPUBLICANS. You can't make this stuff up. The corruption of Cali has gbrk all tore up, but the corruption in Alabama is perfectly fine, because they're Republicans.

Don Sigelman (D) former governor, actually spent several years in prison for being a criminal in office. You definitely can't make this up.

DHS-86 posted:
Br’er Rabbit posted:
gbrk posted:
direstraits posted:

New Zealand, isolated, as it is, might make a good haven in a global storm.  Australia, with its small population of about 25 million, is in a bad neighborhood. Indonesia, with a massive Muslim population, and China with a military doctrine that looks upon Australia as a nearby major source of natural resources (except oil).  No ready oil and Australians become Amish in a couple of months.  Fracking is a possibility. But, water is scarce and the enviros are strong.  

New Zealand is most definitly the choice of those who have the where with all to make a choice to live somewhere else. The problem is that there are so many Billionaires that are making that decision to make New Zealand their survival location that not only are they finding that land is actuallly starting to get tough to get but that which is available is going for such a huge inflated price that only the super rich are able to make such moves on the Island Nation.

New Zealand has for many year been a destination that I would love to have visited and seen from at least the late 1970's when I had nightly visits, on Amateur Radio, with a local New Zealander nammed Mac who would entertain a lot of us with stories about his Island Nation and how wonderful it was living there along with it's natural beauty and ease of living.  All that was before I started hearing news stories about people choosing it as a destination to avoid Armageddon or some other horrible occurance to our planet that would make many  places cesspools and third world countries.  

Another out, that many of the richest are taking is in building and constructing their own mega yachts along with state of the art security measures to ward off against potential pirates and agressors.  Those measures, of course, wouldn't work too well against a large nation intent to conquer the world but most don't think that would be the most likely scenario.  Either way escape bunkers and destinations for the mega rich to locate safety destinations are quite in vogue today, from what I hear.  

Personally, and I'm putting my own reputation or sanity at risk here, I like living in Alabama (in the US) and this area of the nation.  I think that we have so much going on for us in North Alabama as long as we can keep the liberal politics from corrupting Alabama like it's harmed California and many other places where the liberal utopia hs brought about outragous cost of living conditions for residents and everyone lives under such burdonsome restriictions that freedom is but a dream any longer.   Also those same burdeonsome restrictions and conditions is what is spurring an increase in popularity of some far off places like in Montana and say Alaska.  Places that are quite off the grid, so to say, and provide people a great measure of privacy.

Right! Because the head of EVERY BRANCH OF ALABAMA GOVERNMENT WENT TO JAIL... AND THEY WERE ALL REPUBLICANS. You can't make this stuff up. The corruption of Cali has gbrk all tore up, but the corruption in Alabama is perfectly fine, because they're Republicans.

Don Sigelman (D) former governor, actually spent several years in prison for being a criminal in office. You definitely can't make this up.

Ok, you got me. One Democrat to every three Republicans.

Br’er Rabbit posted:
gbrk posted:
direstraits posted:

New Zealand, isolated, as it is, might make a good haven in a global storm.  Australia, with its small population of about 25 million, is in a bad neighborhood. Indonesia, with a massive Muslim population, and China with a military doctrine that looks upon Australia as a nearby major source of natural resources (except oil).  No ready oil and Australians become Amish in a couple of months.  Fracking is a possibility. But, water is scarce and the enviros are strong.  

New Zealand is most definitly the choice of those who have the where with all to make a choice to live somewhere else. The problem is that there are so many Billionaires that are making that decision to make New Zealand their survival location that not only are they finding that land is actuallly starting to get tough to get but that which is available is going for such a huge inflated price that only the super rich are able to make such moves on the Island Nation.

New Zealand has for many year been a destination that I would love to have visited and seen from at least the late 1970's when I had nightly visits, on Amateur Radio, with a local New Zealander nammed Mac who would entertain a lot of us with stories about his Island Nation and how wonderful it was living there along with it's natural beauty and ease of living.  All that was before I started hearing news stories about people choosing it as a destination to avoid Armageddon or some other horrible occurance to our planet that would make many  places cesspools and third world countries.  

Another out, that many of the richest are taking is in building and constructing their own mega yachts along with state of the art security measures to ward off against potential pirates and agressors.  Those measures, of course, wouldn't work too well against a large nation intent to conquer the world but most don't think that would be the most likely scenario.  Either way escape bunkers and destinations for the mega rich to locate safety destinations are quite in vogue today, from what I hear.  

Personally, and I'm putting my own reputation or sanity at risk here, I like living in Alabama (in the US) and this area of the nation.  I think that we have so much going on for us in North Alabama as long as we can keep the liberal politics from corrupting Alabama like it's harmed California and many other places where the liberal utopia hs brought about outragous cost of living conditions for residents and everyone lives under such burdonsome restriictions that freedom is but a dream any longer.   Also those same burdeonsome restrictions and conditions is what is spurring an increase in popularity of some far off places like in Montana and say Alaska.  Places that are quite off the grid, so to say, and provide people a great measure of privacy.

Right! Because the head of EVERY BRANCH OF ALABAMA GOVERNMENT WENT TO JAIL... AND THEY WERE ALL REPUBLICANS. You can't make this stuff up. The corruption of Cali has gbrk all tore up, but the corruption in Alabama is perfectly fine, because they're Republicans.

Caution now jumping to conclusions.  First of all I do care about corruption in Alabama and have been consistent in saying Bentley should go and go a long time ago before he finally worked his sweetheart deal up.    I also was against Strange, pretty much , solely because of allowing the Governor to skate on what should have been something he was charged for.  Alabama's political corruption also is by no means limited to Republicans as a former Democratic Governor just got out of prison if I'm not wrong but I see you conceded that fact in a prior post so forgive me for bringing it up again.

As for California I don't know that corruption is a problem there.  What I believe is the problem there is liberal policies of the liberal politicians that the people of that state elect.  It's not just California though because there are many other places where liberal Democratic policies have ruined the cities.  Places such as Detroit and Baltimore, Washington DC and New York City to name a few.  It's also not just Democrats but Republicans have their share of bad actors such as Chris Christy in New Jersey and their playing politics at the expense of their citizens.

You see I believe in calling out all people and political parties.  Although I  may be wrong it seems that you seldom if never find fault in Democrats or their policies while citing only Republicans as if they held the patient on corruption.  There is no problem being partisan in the group but jumping to conclusions with no basis is not exactly fair.                         

gbrk posted:

Caution now jumping to conclusions.  First of all I do care about corruption in Alabama and have been consistent in saying Bentley should go and go a long time ago before he finally worked his sweetheart deal up.    I also was against Strange, pretty much , solely because of allowing the Governor to skate on what should have been something he was charged for.  Alabama's political corruption also is by no means limited to Republicans as a former Democratic Governor just got out of prison if I'm not wrong but I see you conceded that fact in a prior post so forgive me for bringing it up again.

As for California I don't know that corruption is a problem there.  What I believe is the problem there is liberal policies of the liberal politicians that the people of that state elect.  It's not just California though because there are many other places where liberal Democratic policies have ruined the cities.  Places such as Detroit and Baltimore, Washington DC and New York City to name a few.  It's also not just Democrats but Republicans have their share of bad actors such as Chris Christy in New Jersey and their playing politics at the expense of their citizens.

You see I believe in calling out all people and political parties.  Although I  may be wrong it seems that you seldom if never find fault in Democrats or their policies while citing only Republicans as if they held the patient on corruption.  There is no problem being partisan in the group but jumping to conclusions with no basis is not exactly fair.                         

Funny, I call you out for doing the exact same thing. I have done so several times.

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