Category Archives: Adam Bandt

Veneerial Disease

“Keeping up Appearances” Strolling around Istanbul’s Topkapi Palace back in 2012, who should I meet but the beautiful Princess Nilhan Osmanoglu, a descendent of the last of the Ottomans. It was while admiring a beautiful mural glorifying the sublime occasion Suleiman The Magnificent reclined … Continue reading

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Bandt Again

Adam Bandt (Green economic vandal?) Always being open-minded about these matters, I really don’t care where consenting adult Aussies decide to stick their naughty bits at any particular time, so long as they do it at home and out of my … Continue reading

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Balmain Conference Notes, 1.

Lee Rhiannon “A Love Story”  Back at the Balmain conference (“Reflections on Modernity – The Munificence of Islam’s Contemporary Contributions to Civilised Discourse”), Lee Rhiannon’s lecture is already in full swing. As would be expected, “Free Palestine and Kill All The … Continue reading

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Out, Damn Spot.

 Adam Bandt The Greens have long tried to cover up their sense of guilt over the drowning of 1200 boat people by attacking the very solution that put an end to their recklessness– the Coalition’s Border Protection Policy. Now that … Continue reading

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Border Force Outrage

Like millions of my other fellow-Australians I was dismayed at the government’s bungled handling of the Australian Border Force’s press release last week. Good people from all walks of life were shocked and demanded to know how on earth Minister … Continue reading

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‘I Am Surrender Monkey’

Now that the European street marches have finished and all that tearful hand-wringing and group hugging is over, I decided that I might as well take down the sign from my bedroom window. Though my brilliant, nation-wide ‘Stick an ‘I … Continue reading

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If A Tree Falls In The Forest, And Nobody Is There to Hear It …?

“If Scott Ludlum talks garbage in the Senate, and no one is in the chamber to hear it, is it still garbage?” The answer is, of course, yes. Despite the chamber being that (completely empty), through the benefit of TV … Continue reading

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Election Postmortem – Part 2

The Green and Gay moral commisars polled badly, but not badly enough. Having completely destroyed the Tasmanian economy and relentlessly pushed their immoral marriage manifesto as if that was all that mattered, most of the electorate ditched them and voted … Continue reading

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Election Postmortem – Part 1

At Labor HQ this morning and the expected scenes of ruinous despair a few days ago are today nowhere to be found. Rudd’s finally bailing from the Labor leadership forever is cause for great jubilation, but everyone is totally gutted … Continue reading

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Labor Sex-Appeal 2

Newly released from his padded cell and on the prowl again, Mark Latham seizes an opportunity on radio to attack Abbott’s taste in women, dismissing the Liberal candidate Fiona Scott as having no sex-appeal, and being ordinary. While these comments … Continue reading

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