Category Archives: Christine Milne
‘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
18c or not 18c? That is the question.
I’m in two minds about the possible repeal of section 18c of the Racial Discrimination Act because of its implications for my column. On the one hand, with 18c still in force, I feel I would be grossly offending the … Continue reading
Tasmanian Elections (Part 2)
The instant I touch down at ‘Uncle Bob’s Green and Gay International Airport,’ the hopelessly deluded Larissa Waters’ dream of Tasmania’s Utopia is in shatters. Sixteen years of rule by deranged progressives has turned it into Australia’s worst nightmare. Out … Continue reading
Tasmanian Elections (Part 1)
An urgent phone call from New York today has me off to Tasmania, seconded at the last minute to the UN’s team of international observers monitoring the elections. Since it was officially listed as a third-world country after the Labor/Greens … Continue reading
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
Greatly excited after reading an article in New Scientist about the discovery of certain so-called ‘bio-markers’ in our DNA and the enormity of what they promise. Scientists have found unique markers which can genetically pin-point a person’s predispositions to certain … Continue reading
Trouble At The Mill
Manus Island Resort in the news again. This time we have the courageous Scott Morrison telling us that the riots last week actually occurred within the compound, and not outside it, as was originally reported. As we await further details without … Continue reading
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