Category: Truth in Humor

Morrison dresses up as Prime Minister in desperate last-ditch attempt to save job | The Shovel

Morrison puts on a white coat and says ” I’m like you dentist you don’t have to like me” He’s nothing like my dentist. I like my dentist. He’s just a moron in a white coat pretending to be her. If I didn’t like my dentist I’d change dentists. If she pulled the wrong teeth I’d sue her for malpractice.

Morrison is just the idiot in the sandpit spoiling my kid’s day, my day, in fact, everybody’s day pretending to be something he’s not and needs to be removed.

Despite the move, senior Liberal Party strategists apparently warned against the stunt, saying Scott Morrison acting as a Prime Minister would not be believable to voters.

Source: Morrison dresses up as Prime Minister in desperate last-ditch attempt to save job | The Shovel

The Gaffer Tapes – » The Australian Independent Media Network

The great awakening Morrison’s tenure has been a test of his character – one he has failed abysmally. The election will be a test of Australia’s character but likely one we will pass. It is not entirely clear to me when Smirko Morrison’s re-election campaign jumped the shark. Tony Abbott was a national embarrassment, a badly shaved yowie in red-sluggos who bumble-fucked his brief, shambolic term as PM as if he were still in opposition. Morrison runs his as a marketing exercise. Electioneering has been his permanent setting since he and his retinue of Winston Wolfes and limbo champions steam-cleaned Malcolm Turnbull’s blood spatter from the PM’s suite and took up residence. We’ve had >3 years of Smirko the spiv playing dress-ups, 1,300+ days of curries and cock-ups, of crimes and cover-ups, of the game of mates, of drink spikers and staff shaggers, of dullards and sousers in high office – a time when a functionary tabled his seminal work on a minister’s desk and two Tory amuse-douche MPs tea-bagged rent boys in the PH prayer room.

Source: The Gaffer Tapes – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Campaign gaffe still in the headlines, say headlines | The Shovel

An election campaign gaffe has entered an incredible ninth day in the headlines, say the organisations that create those headlines.

Opinion pieces across major mastheads said it was astonishing that we were still talking about the slip up well into the second week of the campaign.

“This happened more than a week ago – that’s an eternity in politics. But yet somehow it’s still all over the news,” one report headlined ‘Why the gaffe is still in the headlines’ read.

One news outlet, which will run a special two-week anniversary lift out special about the gaffe, said it was amazing the story had persisted so long. “I’m not sure how or why, but we’re somehow seeing a new story about this nearly every day”.

The outlet will also publish a special report tomorrow called ‘How the media covered the gaffe’, followed next week by ‘How the media covered the media’s coverage of the gaffe’.

Source: Campaign gaffe still in the headlines, say headlines | The Shovel

The Upside Of Scott Morrison Winning The Election! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Yes, I could go on pointing out the differences and it wouldn’t soothe the nerves of those who fear that Morrison will do it again. And who knows, he might. So with that in mind, I thought I’d concentrate on the upside of Morrison’s win. He’ll destroy the Liberal Party.

Source: The Upside Of Scott Morrison Winning The Election! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Morrison correctly states the cash rate is $500,000 (for an Alan Tudge harassment payout) | The Shovel

Keen to prove he understands the key figures better than his Labor counterpart, the Prime Minister confidently stated this morning that the cost to pay out a former staffer to compensate for the harassment she received from one of your cabinet ministers is half a million dollars. “That’s the cash rate. Once you take into consideration lawyer’s fees, bank fees and other transaction costs it would be closer to $600,000,” Morrison clarified, quick to show off his attention to detail.

Source: Morrison correctly states the cash rate is $500,000 (for an Alan Tudge harassment payout) | The Shovel

Smirko flashes his nasty – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Concetta Fierravanti-Wells: an “autocrat [and] a bully who has no moral compass”, “not fit to be prime minister.”

Julia Banks: “menacing, controlling wallpaper.”

Jacqui Lambie: “one of the most unpleasant men I’ve ever had to sit in front of.”

Gladys Berijiklian: “evil”, “a bully”, “a horrible, horrible person.”

Christine Holgate: “I became the roadkill of our Prime Minister, who sought a major distraction of the piling criticism in parliament that week”, “one of the worst acts of bullying I’ve ever witnessed” and an “utter disgrace”.

Pauline Hanson: “he is a bully, because I have experienced it myself…he is…you do it ‘my way, or there’s no way’.”

Bridget Archer: “a frank discussion – not just a pastoral care meeting…I would have preferred not to have the meeting at that time while I was feeling emotional.”

The bully will be brought low. In trying to save the odious toad and their own grifting arses the Tories have an advertising expenditure (using our money aka theft) that exceeds that of McDonalds and Coles but it will prove to be insufficient.

Morrison’s concession speech will, of course, frame the impending result as a failing on the part of the electorate.

Source: Smirko flashes his nasty – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Wow, What An Economy, Josh Delivers A Much Better Budget Than Scomo Ever Did… – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Truth in Irony

Let’s be quite clear here: If Scott Morrison was a jockey, the stewards would be questioning him after the election about whether he was running dead. If he was a football coach, he’d be accused of tanking. If he was a Prime Minister, he might actual do something to help the country.

Source: Wow, What An Economy, Josh Delivers A Much Better Budget Than Scomo Ever Did… – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Not being Scott Morrison – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Not being Scott Morrison, and being the real Barnaby Joyce “I’m not pretending to be anyone else, I’m still wearing the same glasses, sadly the same suits, and I weigh about the same, and I don’t mind a bit of Italian cake either. So, I’m happy in my own skin.” (Scott Morrison pretending he’s not a pretender). When you’re Scott Morrison you need to pretend that you’re not Scott Morrison In Latin the name ‘Scott Morrison’ translates as ‘Gobshiteus Ad Nauseum’. OK, it doesn’t but it should. Morrison is, however, a human ambigram – a condition known as Zachary disease, a symptom of which is the discharges from either end being indistinguishable. “When you’re prime minister, you can’t pretend to be anyone else” effluviated the originator of the ScoMo® artifice in all of its manifestations:

Source: Not being Scott Morrison – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Obituary for a failure: The political passing of our always late PM – » The Australian Independent Media Network

In anticipation of the political passing of our soon to be ex-PM I thought I’d get ahead of the pack and celebrate early, confident that I do not have the power to spoil the outcome by doing so.

Source: Obituary for a failure: The political passing of our always late PM – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Government saving disaster fund for genuine disasters, like worse-than-expected polling in marginal seats | The Shovel

Minister for Emergency Management and National Recovery, Bridget McKenzie, has resisted calls to use the nation’s disaster fund to help flood-affected areas, saying it needed to be set aside for genuine disaster support, such as improved rowing facilities in the at-risk seat of Warringah on Sydney’s north shore.

Source: Government saving disaster fund for genuine disasters, like worse-than-expected polling in marginal seats | The Shovel

New flood assistance fund announced for Kooyong | The Shovel

Scott Morrison has announced a $35 million flood-assistance fund that will be made immediately available to households in the eastern Melbourne suburbs of Hawthorn, Canterbury and Camberwell. The funds will be used to build protection against a potential disaster in Josh Frydenberg’s marginal seat of Kooyong.

Source: New flood assistance fund announced for Kooyong | The Shovel

Is it possible to feel sympathy for Smirko? Yeah, nah! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Spud pulling the wings off butterflies – “I think I will, I think I won’t…”. You’ve got to feel for der Gruppenfritter. Well, no you don’t – the bloke’s what an arsehole would be if arseholes had an arsehole, or in kinder parlance he’s a fully cooked unit, so rather let’s just have a chuckle at his dilemma – will he deploy an IED or will he hold off hoping Scooter goes full Campbell Newman. Spud can smell the blood in the water. Herr Shickletuber is no doubt delighted at Scooter’s travails; according to Bob Carr going so far as chucking a grenade down the hallway in the form of a public airing of a scathing text assessment of Scooter’s character as a “fraud” and “complete psycho”. The potato wedge (someone had to say it).

Source: Is it possible to feel sympathy for Smirko? Yeah, nah! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Canberra Convoy protestors briefly pause to let government destroy itself | The Shovel

A group of anti-vaxxer protesters planning to overthrow Australia’s parliamentary system will take a day off today to let the Coalition government do some of the heavy lifting.

Source: Canberra Convoy protestors briefly pause to let government destroy itself | The Shovel

As Scott Morrison says, “We’ve got our principles and if you don’t like them, we’ve got plenty of others!” – » The Australian Independent Media Network

It’s like I said when Domicide Perrotet was opening up the state and allowing larger gatherings: I’m not sure that “THANKS TO US YOU CAN NOW GO TO YOUR GRANNY’S FUNERAL!” is quite the vote-winning slogan that he thought it was. Still the election’s a long way off – or maybe not – and nobody’s actually cast their votes yet so anything could happen. War with China seems to be off the table and even Russia seems to be failing to invade with the speed that Petey “The General” Dutton would like, so maybe they’ll have to resort to a terror raid where they arrest the entire front bench of the Labor Party for reasons that they don’t have to divulge thanks to our anti-terror laws.

Source: As Scott Morrison says, “We’ve got our principles and if you don’t like them, we’ve got plenty of others!” – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Fun Times At The RATs Party – (Republished after Premature Publication) – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Whatever, I’m sure that he’ll get a glowing reference and will have no trouble picking something else up in the near future. Like I always say, you’ve got to hand it to Scotty. Yes, you do. There’s no way he’ll get off his backside and do it for himself!

Source: Fun Times At The RATs Party – (Republished after Premature Publication) – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Colbert Puts The Insurrection Anniversary In Musical Perspective | Crooks and Liars

Colbert Puts The Insurrection Anniversary In Musical Perspective

Colbert’s opening musical take-off on “Rent,” entitled “Abhor-rent,” let loose the bundle of nervous tension into peals of near-maniacal laughter that felt like medicine. That’s what music is…that’s what good comedy is, right? Medicine. As an added bonus, of course his monologue was primo, too.

Source: Colbert Puts The Insurrection Anniversary In Musical Perspective | Crooks and Liars

Ode to a Rodent – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Related readings wherein he hasn’t been called a c***:

if we judge Howard by his own standards as a reformer, there isn’t a great deal to show for his lengthy period in office“. John Winston Howard: The Biography. Wayne Errington and Peter van Onselen

John Howard. A study in policy consistency. M.L.Murry. A long read of 355 pages. But interesting.

Where ‘mutual obligation’ began: John Howard’s paradigm shift on welfare. The Guardian

In truth, Labor is the superior economic manager. Craig Emerson Economics

John Howard. A study in policy consistency. M.L.Murry. A long read of 355 pages. But interesting.

Where ‘mutual obligation’ began: John Howard’s paradigm shift on welfare. The Guardian

 

 

Source: Ode to a Rodent – » The Australian Independent Media Network

It’s Not Easy Being Privileged Or What’s Wrong With Barramundi? – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Of course, when I say the number of positive cases, I mean the number of positive cases that we know about. Just like the boats, if we make tests another “We don’t comment about On Water Matters”, then we can sweep them under the carpet and say from the thirty three PCR tests done yesterday there were only thirty positive cases. That’s well down on the thirty thousand we had on January 6th. As for the RATs, I can already hear Morrison standing up and saying, “It’s thanks to Can-do capitalism that we have these tests in the country, if it were left to state governments we wouldn’t have got them so quickly… No, I can’t give you the numbers of tests imported because that’s commercial in confidence… No, we don’t see any need to restrict prices, these businesses are having a go and if you have a go you deserve to make a profit, we’re not socialists like Labor who’d have you paying more in taxes, whereas we’re all about choice and you can choose not to buy the RAT… Thanks, but no more questions as I have to take an important call from a world leader in discount prices so if you need a new appliance, you can get ten percent off if you buy your RATs there.”

Yes, while Australians were cheering Scott Boland, he only stopped one test.,. The other Scott has managed to stop millions!

Source: It’s Not Easy Being Privileged Or What’s Wrong With Barramundi? – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Adam McKay’s Don’t Look Up Captures the Stupidity of Our Political Era

The scariest thing about Don’t Look Up is that as absurd as it is, it barely exaggerates. Much of our political elite are just as greedy and foolish, our media just as vapid, and our response to impending disaster exactly as mind-bogglingly irrational as in the movie.

Source: Adam McKay’s Don’t Look Up Captures the Stupidity of Our Political Era

PM Tells Us That He’s Not Responsible For More Than A Handful of RATs… – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Now we need to be personally responsible for finding our own RATs unless we fit a number of criteria and we certainly won’t be getting them for free. Giving people free RATs would encourage them to test themselves and that could lead to a surge in the numbers, so it’s really better if we keep the numbers to the sort of level that suggests it’s under control. After all, the long queues in NSW and Victoria must have prevented at least a couple of thousand positive cases from being tested! There’s a lot of things that we can criticise Morrison for, but certainly it’s hard to criticise him for anything that he’s actually done.

Source: PM Tells Us That He’s Not Responsible For More Than A Handful of RATs… – » The Australian Independent Media Network

2021 – Good bits and bad bits – » The Australian Independent Media Network

The polls are showing a move away from the Tories. The panic from moderate (sic) Liberals facing challenges from viable independents in their tree-lined, Toorak-tractored enclaves and the fear from the journeymen party spivs horrified at the possibility of being held to account has brought some tidings of comfort and joy for many of us watching from the side-lines. It has also boosted traffic on LinkedIn and Trip Advisor as this effluvium considers their post-election prospects or checks the star ratings for top bunk vs bottom bunk at various of Her Majesty’s homes for the habitually shady.

Source: 2021 – Good bits and bad bits – » The Australian Independent Media Network

The Genius Of Josh Frydenberg And The Art Of Shake And Bake… – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Yet, Mr Frydenberg seemed ecstatic to discover that his potential nemesis, Dr. Monique Ryan was once a Labor member. While it might be true that this might scare some of the more conservative voters off voting for her, I suspect that there are more likely to be people who would have voted Labor in the seat who may go, “Oh, she must be ok then. I’ll vote for her.” And like I said, unless there’s a North Shropshire situation where traditional Labo(u)r voters decide that it’s more important to sink the conservative candidate than vote for their actual party of choice. then most of the Independents in the various seats will have little chance of succeeding. But if any of them are actually still in the race after Labor and The Greens are eliminated, then they’ll probably get a strong preference flow from those two parties. But thanks, Josh, you may have actually sent enough votes Dr Ryan’s way to give her a realistic chance of toppling you. I suspect you’ll still limp over the line, but, if you don’t, well, at least you gave it a real shake and bake!

Source: The Genius Of Josh Frydenberg And The Art Of Shake And Bake… – » The Australian Independent Media Network

“Don’t Look Up” Is “Dr. Strangelove” for Climate Change

DON'T LOOK UP

Like most comedies, “Don’t Look Up” is probably best seen in theaters. But be prepared: As in “Dr. Strangelove,” the depth of comedy of “Don’t Look Up” is matched by a subtle, profound grief. The end of the movie is unbearably poignant; in particular, Lawrence delivers one line that is clearly the filmmakers explaining why they made this, even if it turns out to be completely futile. There may be a few movies that will make you laugh more and some that make you cry more, but if you add the laughing and crying together, it’s hard to think of anything that puts more emotional points on the board.

Source: “Don’t Look Up” Is “Dr. Strangelove” for Climate Change

A Tale Of Two Leaders But Whatever You Do Don’t Say It’s A Race! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Scott Morrison is never photographed just doing his job. Because he does nothing. Abbott was. He was photographed in his budgie smugglers, on his bike, and in his volunteer fire gear because that’s what he did. He wasn’t caught posing like Morrison constantly is. Morrison thinks watching very expensive paint dry is the way to Aussie hearts. Like Lara Bingle he will too.

I don’t see Gladys standing for a number of reasons: How do the Liberals counter the obvious? She had to stand down as premier because ICAC were investigating her for misconduct and conflicts of interest, but we don’t worry about such things in Canberra. Then there’s also the: So this why she resigned her seat and didn’t merely stand down as Premier; she was planning this all along. She’s just turned her back on the people of NSW in their hour of need. The whole Morrison strategy is to talk her up and then say that she won’t stand because an unelected body like ICAC has stood in her way, and isn’t it good that we haven’t rushed into having a federal integrity body! There’s a distinct possibility that she’d be in Opposition, which might mean that she could become the Opposition leader but it’s hardly the sort of gig that one would willingly take on when you could just try for a much better paying job lobbying for Wagga. Even if the Liberals won the next election, she’d have to go to Canberra and listen to Scott Morrison’s speeches in the party room.

Source: A Tale Of Two Leaders But Whatever You Do Don’t Say It’s A Race! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Australian politics is unequivocally fucked | The Shot

This occurs through Murdoch media’s relentless ramming of Liberal Party propaganda into our eyeholes. Through the ABC’s enthusiastic embrace of the false balance doctrine – “tonight on Q&A, a climate scientist and a psychopath from the IPA!” – and sucking Sydney off whenever it can. Through NineFax’s desperate and overwhelmingly successful race to be worse than it used to be. All of this adds up to a horseshoe to the part of the skull containing our grasp on reality, an intravenous drip of dickhead. For next year to be better than this year, everything needs to change. The collision of a once in a 100-year global pandemic, historic levels of wealth inequality, climate collapse, rampant misogyny, and the corrupt, uninterested political leadership that inevitably emerged at the ass-end of neoliberalism’s upwards wealth redistribution project has been a fucking nightmare to behold. The hope we must cling onto is the fact real, objective reality has become so obviously discordant with the version of reality spun out of Canberra people are starting to notice.

Source: Australian politics is unequivocally fucked | The Shot

Spud, Godwin’s Law and the Streisand Effect – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Couple this with the government’s efforts to limit class action suits. Disallowing and smothering individuals from uniting in any action against either the government, MPs, or any mega-corporations in the country. Under the Morrison LNP the wealth at the top has seen growth at an accelerated pace while, the middle class diminished, compounding the acceleration of poverty but more so inequality. It’s an example of government abuse and the bullying of its citizens in the only world nation not a signiture to Bill of ( Human ) Rights.

Average Australians could not afford to sue for defamation and any potential costs awarded would be swallowed by legal fees. Rather, the Tories’ ambitions will help the powerful to silence critics or to retaliate should that fail. Spud even had the front to suggest a fund from tax payers be established to cover the legal costs of the pursuit of their adversaries because even rich guys need our money to pay expensive silks to sue us and to intimidate inquisitive journalists. First they came for the ABC. Then they came for journalists and whistle-blowers. Now they’re coming for the tweeters. None of this is meant to imply that Spud is an actual Nazi or a sympathiser of the Stasi, Oprichnina, Geheime Staatspolizei, NKVD, DINA, the Bureau for the Repression of Communist Activities or any other secret police organisation or goon squad for any repressive regime whatsoever. His resemblance to a versatile root vegetable is however indisputable.

Source: Spud, Godwin’s Law and the Streisand Effect – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Massive cunt wins defamation case | The Chaser

Honest Government Ad | Quiet Australians

We know what a cunt is but we have to have a Government define “a troll”. America defined Julian Assange as a type of troll and Morrison simply shut up watched and, stayed silent. Morrison wants us to “Shaddup our face” and more, stay silent. But heaven help us if anything happens in China. Then we should all be  upfront vocal and yell as if the world is falling apart.

People around the country have reacted to the news by saying absolutely nothing, just in case it costs them $35,000.

Source: Massive cunt wins defamation case | The Chaser

Morrison’s vision is not about technology, nor taxes. Just lots and lots of gaslighting. | The Shot

It takes a village to raze a country, no one man could do it alone and here at The Shot, we want to salute the Coalition for forming a united front with a single vision for Australia, straight out of the Mad Max franchise.

Source: Morrison’s vision is not about technology, nor taxes. Just lots and lots of gaslighting. | The Shot

Scott Morrison: not with a bang, but a whimper | The Shot

Australians had some world-class news coverage this month when Scott Morrison slumped in a barber’s chair before thrusting a limp sausage at unsuspecting RSL veterans, all in the name of political journalism. Unlike other times in his career, however, this time Morrison knew where the sharp blade was coming from.I’m no expert in newsroom ratings, but I’m pretty sure watching a Prime Minister’s haircut is right up there with televised earwax moulding and people who post script-font quotes on Instagram. But, lols, it’s theatre guys, colour and movement for all those reality-telly-Facebook comment votes, designed to drown out that feeling of dread you get when you realise the Australian government went to the world climate change conference to save the planet with some Year 12 PowerPoint graphs and a gas company paying for the coffee stand.

Source: Scott Morrison: not with a bang, but a whimper | The Shot

Scotty Goes To War Or Series 3 Of “The Don’t Do Government”! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

There are so many questions. Although it now seems clear that we won’t be invading Taiwan to keep it safe from China. Instead we’re sending people to the Solomon Islands which is almost as good as a war because we can ramp up the rhetoric and find a way to suggest that not supporting the government at this time of conflict would be unpatriotic. Of course, when I say time of conflict, I’m not suggesting that the Coalition is at war with itself…most of them will tell you that they’re completely united and there’s a general consensus on just about everything!

Source: Scotty Goes To War Or Series 3 Of “The Don’t Do Government”! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Peter Dutton named new ABC news anchor | The Shovel

Defence Minister Peter Dutton’s portfolio has been extended to including hosting ABC’s seven o’clock bulletin, in a move designed to ensure Australians hear the right news. Mr Dutton – who will take on the role in addition to his existing responsibilities – has extensive media experience and is seen as having a better grasp than his predecessors of the types of stories Australians should hear.

Source: Peter Dutton named new ABC news anchor | The Shovel

Breaking: Scott Morrison Had A Shave This Morning! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

He and Tony Abbott lead Australia’s most Don’t-Do Nope Nope Nope Governments ever. They get’s paid $500,000 for Doing Nothing. It just Won’t Do.

I think it’s very much a case of what Scotty said about how problems would be solved by “can-do capitalism; not don’t-do governments”. Yes, well, just as he doesn’t hold a hose, he can now add that his party “don’t-do government”.

Source: Breaking: Scott Morrison Had A Shave This Morning! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Rudy Giuliani Gets His Right-Wing Grievances Confused | Crooks and Liars

Rudy Giuliani Gets His Right-Wing Grievances Confused

While talking to Steve Bannon’s anti-American War Room, the lying personal attorney got his right-wing grievances mixed up. Jumping on the bogus critical race theory bandwagon, Rudy claimed teachers are actually teaching it and parents say their kids are wondering if they are girls or boys. What? Giuliani played the same trick of getting testimonials from people that are MAGA cultists who didn’t mind lying during the 2020 election to claim a fraud was perpetrated. “We got a hundred teachers claiming they’re teaching it in school. We got a thousand parents saying their kids come home and say. ‘mommy, am I a boy? So of course they’re teaching it…” What are they teaching, Rudy? Critical race theory has nothing to do with gender. Liars gotta lie. It appears sometimes it’s really difficult juggling so many lies at once and they all blend in together for right wing liars like Rudy. The only way Republicans can function in today’s world is with misinformation, conspiracy theories, and racist, homophobic tropes. Rudy is at the head of the table, if he can only remember his name.

Source: Rudy Giuliani Gets His Right-Wing Grievances Confused | Crooks and Liars

Rule by the Divine Right – » The Australian Independent Media Network

The Christian coalifate and crime cartel is running rampant The NSW Lib’s sanctification as Premier of the Brylcreemed Li’l Dabble Dooya, better known as Dominic Perrottet, a man resembling a pelican emerging from an oil spill, has re-animated conjecture about the capture of the conservative parties by religious nutters.

Source: Rule by the Divine Right – » The Australian Independent Media Network

“Challenge Accepted!” Says PM After Reserve Bank Says He Cannot Hide From A Net Zero Future — The Betoota Advocate

The Reserve Bank of Australia has declared that the Government cannot hide from a net zero future today as state and territory governments around the country make plans without Federal guidance. In response, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has told journalists that he has accepted the RBA’s challenge and looks forward to showing the country he can and will hide from it. “Right now, my cabinet is looking for a dead cat,” he said.

Source: “Challenge Accepted!” Says PM After Reserve Bank Says He Cannot Hide From A Net Zero Future — The Betoota Advocate

Malice in Blunderland – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Framing an anti-corruption body as the bad guys is Orange Donnie-level gaslighting. The capo dei capi of the most corrupt federal government in our history is cashing in on the martydom of St Gladys d’Berejiklian, seeing a chance to sell his omertà as a virtue. Gladdy, his “very good friend“*, had been persecuted by ICAC, she was a victim – he would not be distracted from his good works by such unjust scrutiny. *not his very good friend Ever the opportunist who trades on punching down Smirko shortly thereafter took a populist dig at social media with some performative outrage at anonymous trolls, some of whom besmirch the reputations of the alleged rapists, the sex pests and stalkers, the sousers and spivs whose presence he relies upon to stay in power.

Smirko’s been selling farts as rainbows since his brief gig as a child actor. In spruiking NSW’s rampant Delta outbreak as the gold standard that is leading the way out of the pandemic he’s betting the house that the born-every-minute schmucks are as thick as the curtains in a ground floor bordello and that they outnumber those voters with either a conscience or a functioning cerebrum. The problem is that he may be right – the gushing over St Gladys has no doubt chuffed the PMO’s Goebbels-Riefenstahlists and their RWNJ pamphleteer chums from the Murdoch sewers.

Source: Malice in Blunderland – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Gladys Behaves With Integrity And Other Stories For Journalists – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Gladys, whose involvement with a corrupt boyfriend where she either deliberately ignored his behaviour or was dangerously incompetent at noticing, resigns before an investigation and there’s a general bashing of teeth at the unfairness of it all. This is the middle of a pandemic and changing leaders is not something anyone should want. Dan, who may or may not be appearing in an IBAC investigation which may or may not be about his behaviour, is « refusing » to stand aside and « stubbornly » continuing to lead his state and refusing to answer questions that may be a breach of the law were he to talk about the inquiry which may or may not exist. We’ll probably know more in the coming days. And if it’s discovered that Andrews has appeared then it’s only right that he should be placed in the stocks and publicly flogged, even if he was only appearing as a witness where he is cooperating to help bring to light branch stacking in the Labor Party. (Branch stacking doesn’t occur in the Liberal Party; they only have aggressive recruitment).

Source: Gladys Behaves With Integrity And Other Stories For Journalists – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Outgoing NSW Premier Gladys ‘The Great’ Berejiklian joins ‘Insniders’

GLADYS BEREJIKLIAN: Well, I don’t want to give too much away, David, but I will say this: after I pop down to Officeworks and pick up a bigger shredder, I may or may not be moving to Canberra to take up a front bench seat in my dear, dear friend Scotty’s Government.

Source: Outgoing NSW Premier Gladys ‘The Great’ Berejiklian joins ‘Insniders’

Nutzis Invade Shrine To Demand That Victoria Stop Earthquakes! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

P.S, Speaking of freedom, Clive Palmer has put out this statement: “Our position is clear and simple – Every Australian should have the right to choose what they put into their body.” Does this mean he’s supporting the legalisation of drugs?

Source: Nutzis Invade Shrine To Demand That Victoria Stop Earthquakes! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

‘You Just Don’t Know What’s Inside The Vaccine’, Says Man Who Eats Meat Pie For Lunch Every Day | The Shovel

A man who eats a pastry sack filled with ground up pig snouts and cow tongues each day, says he’s not taking the vaccine because he is unsure about its ingredients.

Source: ‘You Just Don’t Know What’s Inside The Vaccine’, Says Man Who Eats Meat Pie For Lunch Every Day | The Shovel

Following That Brief Disruption, We Now Return You to the Real News | The Smirking Chimp

Can you believe this shit? President Trump was reinstalled to his rightful post as POTUS last Friday and the lame stream media didn’t report that news. Wolf Blitzer didn’t have a word to say about it, nor did any of the folks over at MSNBC, the communist cable channel where the news is always faked.

Source: Following That Brief Disruption, We Now Return You to the Real News | The Smirking Chimp

If you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention – » The Australian Independent Media Network

A nation’s character is reflected in the calibre of the politicians it chooses “When there’s an idiot in power those who elected him are well represented.” Anonymous. They think they’re smarter than the rest of us. They don’t think of themselves as our employees but as our betters. They are the smug, entitled born-to-rulers, the haw-hawing, self-righteous ponces, the snooty, be-coiffed scolds and rural oiks who have come to believe the Big Con – that they are exceptional, the lifters, the elite, the superior managers. This honking nonsense from a cloistered cohort who’d struggle to colour coordinate the dildo display in the prayer room let alone run a country is hard to swallow in the good times. In a pandemic and climate crisis their misplaced vanities are killing people and helping to kill the planet.

Source: If you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention – » The Australian Independent Media Network