Author Archives: Austeralix

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It's just satire, really.

Mad-Cow Disease

Elaine Benes Despite what was reported in The Australian, Theresa May’s odd, freakish behaviour in Kenya was not an embarrassing attempt to endear herself by mimicking the local school children’s dance routines. Nor was it a concerted effort to surpass … Continue reading

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Trump’s Deal Of The Century

President Trump Sitting in a café off Burke Street, reading in The Oz about Trump’s proposal to remove the refugee status from 90% of the five and a half million Palestinian so-called ‘refugees’, just part of his Middle East ‘Deal … Continue reading

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Ta-Ta, Turnbull

Malcolm Turnbull The Leftist media’s first reaction was to express their utter disbelief, followed by shock-horror then the predictable mental break-dowm. How could this be? Malcolm Turnbull –  ‘Our man in Canberra’, our mole, our annointed one – has been … Continue reading

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Slow-Motion Train-Wreck

Lenore Taylor Turnbull treasonous scorched-earth policy suggests that, contrary to what my blog supposed yesterday, the end might be not that nigh after all. What an absolute bummer. Shitville, even. Having thrown one giant spanner in the works, in a … Continue reading

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Is The End Totally Nigh?

Totally nigh? Late last night the end for Turnbull seemed pretty nigh. 11.00am today: Cormann, Fifeld and Cash have resigned, so the end is even more nigh. But how nigh? The Left’s attack dogs snap and snarl and strain at … Continue reading

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Mehreen, Green and Loopy Faruqi

Mahreen Faruqi Mehreen Faruqi taking sensible advice has form. In 1999 Graham Richardson refused Turnbull’s grovelling pleas to join Labor, telling him to go  f**k up the Libs instead, which he promptly did. And Yassmin Abdel-Mad-Muzzie -Magied took advice from … Continue reading

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Sky News Ban

Jacinta Allan It’s hard to know what to make of the Victorian government sometimes. On any given day its actions resemble those of either a quasi-Stalinist state, a criminal enterprise, a sexual-deviant’s paradise or a lunatic asylum. Some days, like … Continue reading

Posted in Emma Husar, Jacinta Allan, Shagalot, Shy, Sky News, Stalinist, The Greens, Victorian Government | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

You Can Shove Your Globalist Migrant Compact

Peter ‘Stuff ’em’ Dutton Breaking news yesterday that Australia will be withdrawing from the UN’s appalling Global Migrant Compact after all is cause for major celebration. For a moment there, many of us had the sneaking suspicion that our government … Continue reading

Posted in Adam Bandt, Bill Shorten, Hungary, Peter Dutton, Sarah Hanson-Young, Shagalot, The Greens, United Nations, Victor Orban | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 9 Comments

Migrant Maths Awards

Caucher Birkar Screaming headlines on The Guardian’s UK edition today: “Former refugee among winners” of prestigious maths prize. Finally! After years of pushing for the transformation of Europe into an Afro-Middle-Eastern shit-hole, The Guardian’s got a success story they can … Continue reading

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