Thursday, October 29, 2009

Australian Liberals need to be debated

I think we Australians should have a debate about the fear of Liberals. Think about it. Menzies sold pig iron to the Japanese to help them in their attempted conquest of the pacific and Australia. He then tried to get us to invade Suez but was thwarted by Gamal Abdel Nasser, a Muslim. He then sent our soldiers into Vietnam and his retinue continued to lie to us as to the righteousness of the Liberal decision to wage war against the Vietnamese. Then Howard lied to us about WMD and sent our soldiers into Iraq ... then into Afghanistan.
Many of our soldiers have died because of Liberal lies and dreadful political decisions that reek of lies and political chicanery. Then the awful Kevin Andrews lied about Dr Haneef and blackened our reputation internationally. Now he's back, like a rotten smell, trying top stir feelings against fellow Australians. How far can these Liberals go in order to justify their existence? It is time to debate their existence in Australia and their legacy of lies war and hatred. It is time to ask about the Australians who have died because of Liberal deceit. Yes, let's debate the Liberals and Kevin Andrews himself.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Rape is a depraved act by depraved people @ to me
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One has to be depraved in order to rape. How can rapists not be depraved? The judge is out of order.

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Saturday, October 24, 2009

The Land confuses sheep with cattle

"Subued beef markets in Japan, US continue" makes a wondrous headline. But I wonder, apart from the obvious spelling mistake, ...hang on ... is it a spelling error? Maybe the word subued was intentional, a new word to describe a sort of underling female sheep! And I thought the article was about cattle!!

The Land
25 Oct 09

Editor of Daily Telegraph grammatically hopeless

It goes toward understanding why Australians are so hopelessly ill-educated. Was watching the editor of The Telegraph with Karl on Nine's Today: for an editor of a newspaper he was grammatically poor. Reading the comments daily in this newspaper the letters are littered with pathetic spelling. If the editor of your newspaper is no good at our language, how can we expect the ordinary blokes to shine?

Daily Telegraph
25th Oct 09

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Hazem El Masri: A Man to be Trusted @ to me
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Whichever party, El Masri would make a superb representative of his electorate. After all, he could be trusted.

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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

We Aussies were refugees once

Indonesia has hassles like none other and here we are dumping humans onto them like unwanted garbage. Why did these humans seek Australia in the first place? Does behaving like turds and arming ourselves to the teeth with words such as 'border protection' accord with our vision of ourselves as humane people? Not likely! Statistics show that the refugees who finally are granted asylum and residency here make damned fine citizens and contributors to our collective economy. Therefore, why behave as ghouls and goons when ultimately we are decent people? I live in Tabulam and I am constantly reminded by my Koori friends that my antecedents originally were refugees.
Very few blokes were stabbed when I grew up. It is a modern phenomenon, totally in line with cultural artefacts as displayed in mostly American movies. As to why we have waited this long to enact laws that send culprits straight to jail, I will never understand.

Daily Telegraph Oct 22 2009

Monday, October 19, 2009

Australians are sycophants of the worst order

This not only condemns Rees but Australians as a group. We are such sycophants, such crawlers, that we hardly know the difference between Oz and the US. We ape their language, their style, their culture. What are we if not apes?

Daily Telegraph
20 Oct 09

Friday, October 16, 2009

Cannabis does not kill: Anti-cannabis laws kill

Strange ... never heard of anyone dying from cannabis use. Oh yes, heard of many killed in so-called drug wars, wars caused primarily by greed but a greed initiated by the laws that try to prohibit the use of cannabis. Somehow, there is a bit of illogic in there somewhere.

Daily Telegraph Oct 17 2009

I have BA in Politics and MA in Australian Studies

Hey! I have a BA in Politics and an MA in Australian Studies, and I would love to work for Rudd or Gillard, no matter how hard the job.

Daily Telegraph Oct 17 2009

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Six year old Yank kid yanks the balloon joke @ to me
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Aha! Yanks! Always trying to promote their kids as high fliers!

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Sri Lanka should take responsibility for its shit

Sri Lanka should take responsibility for its citizens who are scared of life in that country. Why should other nations bear the brunt, financially and psychologically, of fixing Sri Lanka's awful record of social discontent. For every penny we spend on taking care of displaced Sri Lankans, the Sri Lankan government should be debited in a global ledger.

Daily Telegraph
Oct 16, 2009

China is Australia's close neighbour

Australia needs to draw China into a more cooperative regional arrangement where China helps to maintain stability in the areas of pirates, natural disasters and people smuggling. It is natural that China is viewed as a natural partner to prevent obstacles to trade, weapon and people smuggling, and in assisting neighbours in times of natural calamities.

China Daily Oct 16, 2009

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Connick and 'dumb sluts'

Australia has gone mad! All this muck about Connick and 'dumb sluts' ... now poor old Kamahl has finally entered the argument that could have passed into oblivion had not Channel Nine regurgitated the incident over and over and over again. Shiree would not have lasted a second in my business had she said what she is alleged to have said. There are thousands of Indonesians and Samoans who are in need of our attention, and all we do is to concentrate on ... TV skits and employees abusing employers.

Daily Telegraph 9 Oct 09

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Schapelle should be allowed to come home

I must register my belief that Schapelle Corby is innocent. Look for motive and it is difficult to find one that fits the pattern [profile] of drug smuggling. The continued incarceration of Ms Corby is itself a crime, considering the state of her being and the benefits to both Australia and to Indonesia of such incarceration. It is time for Schapelle to be allowed to come home. Does anyone seriously think that keeping her in jail will serve justice?

Daily Telegraph 8th Oct 09

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

John Howard: Referee for the NRL

Oh! This is classic! Wait for it ... imagine the headlines splashed across the Telegraph in years to come: 'Forwards Overboard!' ... 'The NRL has no intention of introducing a General Service Tax on Reserved Grandstand Seats.' ... 'The NRL will determine who will enter Australia to play the Kangaroos!' John Howard may have been a lousy player but he'll make a decent referee. I welcome the move.

Daily Telegraph
7th Oct 09

Monday, October 5, 2009

Lebanese Aussies are Aussies

Lebanese are as Aussie as I am and my people invaded Australia at the beginning of the 19th century. I stayed in Lebanon recently for a few weeks and boy! Did I get a warm reception, merely because I was Aussie. And what do we do? Lock up Vietnamese Aussies for a few years cos they're 'different' ... treat our ethnic Aussies as if they are polecats.

Daily Telegraph Oct 5, 2009

Sunday, October 4, 2009


Archer's role in Rugby League has to be the subject of a thorough investigation. Not being a Parra supporter allowed me the wondrous element of neutrality in yesterday's Grand Final. I respect both teams and Melbourne clearly were the better team and deserved their win. But throughout this season, including the contentious Origin games orchestrated by Archer, referees have moved from positions of officiating to domination and influence. We cannot prove rumours of Archer's integrity or lack of it, but we can see how this referee has shifted he run of the game according to his dictates and we are not convinced Archer is true to the game.

Daily Telegraph 6th Oct 09