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  • Pensioner Pete 19/10/2018, 8:25 am

    ScoMo is not alert enough to prevent the takeover of his website, yet his government wants to compromise our security by allowing back-doors into our mobile devices, VPN’s and encrypted software. Refers: https://www.9news.com.au/2018/10/19/07/23/pm-morrison-s-website-taken-over-by-troll And: https://www.news.com.au/technology/online/scott-morrisons-website-taken-over-by-online-prankster/news-story/8761a3d75f91101d3db61be5c4561266

    • angry 27/10/2018, 3:28 pm

      morrison the dope can kiss my ass!

      Lets invade his privacy and see how he likes it!

      Bet he has some skeletons……

  • Lorraine 20/10/2018, 7:47 pm

    well done Malcolm even a good guy cannot win a Liberal blue ribbon seat, our Governments in the future will be Greens and all LGBQTI and every other dingbat. What a great legacy Malcolm and will the Liberal Party expel this traitor.

  • Aktosplatz 20/10/2018, 8:51 pm

    The Train Wreck we all saw coming (when Abbott was knifed by Turnbull (+ the 54) except , obviously, the Liberals.

  • Aktosplatz 21/10/2018, 2:16 pm

    Lest we Forget:-

    The 2007 Election Results. SEATS ACHIEVED.

    LNP Coalition (Howard) = 65
    Labor (Rudd) = 83
    Others = 2

    The 2010 Election Results. SEATS ACHIEVED.

    LNP Coalition (Abbott) = 73 gained 8
    Labor (Gillard) = 72 lost 11
    Others = 5

    The 2013 Election Results. SEATS ACHIEVED.

    LNP Coalition (Abbott) = 90 gained 17
    Labor (Rudd)) = 55 lost 17
    Others = 5

    The 2016 Election Results. SEATS ACHIEVED.

    LNP Coalition (Turnbull) = 76 lost 14
    Labor (Shorten)) = 69 gained 14
    Others = 5

    Of course, Tony Abbott was not given the chance to contest a third election, but his record is clear ( forget opinion polls) he was a total winner hands down.

    The reason, therefore, why the Liberals are in such dire straits is because of pride, and jealousy

    • Bob Ford 21/10/2018, 5:55 pm

      I agree with you, Akto- TA was never allowed to carry out his plan for Australia.Opinion polls are taken far out of context and opportunists ,Turncoat and the evil Bishop,saw an opportunity to ‘frighten’ ,gullible members .I think that voting should be optional to allow ‘ thinking people’ to run this country.

      • angry 27/10/2018, 3:24 pm

        Compulsory voting needs to abolished.

        An IQ test should be introduced for anyone wishing to vote!

    • angry 27/10/2018, 3:26 pm


      The reason is the now Leftist Policies of the Once Conservative Liberal Party………

  • aktosplatz 24/10/2018, 11:04 am

    The Asians will be insulted by Morrison sending Turnbull to the Bali Climate Conference.

    They know he’s now a mere private citizen and has no authority.

    Morrison also shows he is totally unfit to be leader to them as well as us.

  • DT 24/10/2018, 1:00 pm
  • angry 27/10/2018, 3:23 pm

    REVEALED: More than 1,000 requests for your metadata are made EVERY DAY under controversial privacy laws – as experts warn of ‘authority creep’




  • angry 27/10/2018, 3:31 pm

    Australia finally takes a stand: Petrol stations are transformed into ghost towns as 160,000 furious drivers go on a fuel strike and refuse to fill up as prices soar towards a record $2-a-litre


    Morrison the Dope won’t do anything about this as he doesn’t give a shit about average Australians!

    • DT 28/10/2018, 6:34 am

      By eliminating a couple of out of town drives over the past week I have managed to survive on one full tank for a week and have no intention of refuelling before Tuesday.

    • Botswana O'Hooligan 28/10/2018, 9:49 am

      The govt. don’t care much because they get a levy of about forty cents a litre and then GST on the retail price as well. We punters get to have a say at the ballot box and then no matter who gets to hold the reins of power we suffer again. Try buying a house and see what the bastards charge for so called “stamp” duty, close to or over 30K in some States for an ordinary house and about half that in Qld. thanks to Joh. Bejelke Petersen.

      • DT 28/10/2018, 12:24 pm

        State stamp duty plus GST which all goes to the states and territories.

        When the GST was introduced and the Howard Government abolished Wholesale Sales Tax the states and territories agreed to abolish a number of their taxes including stamp duties and payroll tax, but they did not proceed with most.

  • DT 28/10/2018, 12:22 pm

    The Outsiders Sunday AM

    Discussed the UN Compact on Refugees and that the former Head of Treasury and Senator John Stone has been unsuccessful in obtaining information from the public service Immigration and DFAT as to the government’s position on signing (or not signing) the Compact in December 2018.

    Nobody will talk about it.

    If signed the UN HCR will have control over who comes to Australia regardless of what Australian Immigration, ASIO or other decides.

    Sovereignty slipping away.

  • DT 29/10/2018, 2:49 pm

    Tanya Fibberchick on form recently while talking up Union Labor’s return to the need for Australian students to learn Asian languages. Don’t mention that it was Keating Union Labor that left office in 1996 that first brought it up.

    She was asked by a journalist if her high school student daughter was studying an Asian language and she responded that she was sure her daughter would be up for it but her school only offered French which she was studying.

    Later came the revelation that the private school offers both Japanese and Chinese language classes.

    Labor, don’t listen to what they say, look at what they do.

  • Ex ADF 30/10/2018, 12:55 pm

    Recently in the 2 big smokes for visits and noticed the prevalence of Asians. A thought crossed my mind that when or if a stoush breaks out between us and the Chinese, that because of my Defence experience I can get a job guarding 2 million or so Chinese in internment camps!!

  • DT 30/10/2018, 1:43 pm

    From JoNova Science website today …

    October 30, 2018 at 8:00 am · Reply
    Cost of living is the major issue, and a big factor is cost of electricity.
    The problem with wind generated electricity is clearly demonstrated in South Australia.
    Nameplate wind capacity 1900 MW.
    Average wind generation during October 600 MW.
    Maximum wind generation 1200 MW.
    Minimum wind generation under 100 MW.
    SA grid demand minimum 700-800 MW in middle of day when roof top solar is delivering.
    If the wind is blowing strongly, they need to run gas generators to maintain a stable grid and export surplus to Victoria. If it wasn’t for big brother Victoria and that big 600 MW interconnector, the system would be unworkable.
    SA peak demand 1400-1500 MW in the evenings.
    So SA needs to be able to supply 1500 MW from dispatchable gas/diesel and Victorian imports when the wind isn’t blowing and the sun isn’t shining.
    Therefore the investment in over 600 wind towers, at a capital cost of over $3 billion is essentially redundant. The only saving when the wind is blowing is the variable fuel cost.
    But those investors in wind towers are guaranteed a return on their investment through renewable energy certificates that are added to electricity bills. A 6% pa return on $3 billion capital equals $180 million per year. With an SA population of 1.67 million, that’s over $100 per person or over $300 per household added to the cost of living solely due to wasted wind “wreckeconomics”.
    Furthermore, 50% wind generation in a market is impractical. If Victoria follows SA down this path, there will be chaos. But the rent seeking investors don’t care, and governments are too inept to understand the consequences.
    Send an email to the Minister for getting electricity prices down federally, and your state energy minister.

    October 30, 2018 at 8:44 am · Reply
    But when they get the high capacity connection to NSW the 1200MW cap will go. That means more profits for the owners of the rotating symbols of stupidity; higher electricity prices in NSW and sooner rather than later closure of coal generators in NSW as they follow Hazelwood into history.

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