Category Archives: The Greens

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

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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

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Speaking of Cockroaches

Richard “Dr Death” Natale (Again) Another Australia Day successfully over. Unlike others, though, not surprised at all that the traditional pub cockroach races were afforded less media coverage than the cockroaches marching in Melbourne, Brisbane etc, given their entertainment value. … Continue reading

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Senator Mad Nick McKim

Nick McKimm Another bleeding heart from Tasmania. On Friday, using the old Manus Island Refugees defence pretext,  Richard Flanagan elegantly argued his case in The Australian (see my last post) for being immediately committed to an institution of some kind. … Continue reading

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Mugabe: Paragon of UN Virtue

Robert Mugabe For the UN, it makes perfect sense. In their barely-concealed hatred (in common with Australia’s degenerate Left) for Western Civilisation, they have decided the killer  Robert Mugabe would make a great Goodwill Ambassador for their World Health Organisation. … Continue reading

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Getting Rid of Grant

Stan Grant Failed Uprising Yesterday’s axing of Stan Grant and his late night program The link probably had more to do with his failed attempt to black-wash Australian history, rather than with the ABC’s official line that they are just … Continue reading

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Senate Charade

Ahmed Fahour Watching the senate hearings yesterday reminded me of quite an exciting chapter in Robert Hughes’ Barcelona – the one detailing the effective use (up to 1975) of the garrotte against Anarcho-Leftists and others with similarly deranged political tendencies. The spectacle … Continue reading

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Greens Gob-Smacked

“A third of our members aren’t as stupid as I thought …” Who needs an alarm clock? The sounds of gob-smacked Green jaws dropping into their breakfast bowls all across our nation this morning was enough to wake anyone up. As … Continue reading

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Balmain Conference Notes, 2.

Lee Rhiannon “Denies being ‘a hard-line Stalinist, anti-Semitic, crypto-Islamist-loving lunatic.’” Rhiannon  drones on with her interminable diatribe. From her commie upbringing by Stalinist parents, membership of the Soviet-funded Socialist Party, to her joining The Greens out of desperation in 1990, after the Soviet … Continue reading

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