Monthly Archives: December 2019

Blubbering for Country

Jacqui Lambie 5th December ______________________________________________________________ More great news, this time from the Senate. Yesterday, while voting to choose national security over the rights of a few hundred foreign criminals pretending to be sick, Jacqui Lambie was able to publicly blubber … Continue reading

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Tidings of Great Joy

Izzy Folau 4th December ______________________________________________________________ CHURCH BELLS HAVE BEEN RINGING throughout the land all morning as people wake up to greet the tidings of great joy. Rubbing their eyes in disbelief, they discover that Rugby Australia has finally agreed with … Continue reading

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Hurrah-For-Huawei!

Nick “Hurrah-For-Huawei!” Xenophon 3rd December ___________________________________________________________ JUST WHEN I THOUGHT IT SAFE to return to Australia again, Nick Xenophon appears on national TV announcing he will be spear-heading the Chinese take-over of Australia. The sight of that grinning, despicable mug … Continue reading

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University Days

Kevin Rudd 29th November ___________________________________________________________ BACK AT THE HUNTING LODGE, President Rodrigo Duterte tells me more about Kevin Rudd, whom he knew during his younger student days, studying Chinese together at Hong Kong University. In the first few months, our … Continue reading

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On Safari

Philippine Warty Pig 27th November ___________________________________________________________ ON SAFARI WITH PRESIDENT DUTERTE in western Luzon. The rare sighting of a Warty Pig turns the conversation, naturally, to Kevin Rudd. Duterte’s regard for self-serving politicians has always been philosophical: a kind of … Continue reading

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