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Attorney-General George Brandis lives on Mars

The person you see leering at Senator Wong in the Senate and the one you saw last night on Q&A is not George Brandis because he lives on Mars. Regurgitated from past comedy at its very best is George morphed into the bumbling Mr Magoo with no makeup required and just as ridiculously funny!

Attorney-General George Brandis engaged in a heated discussion about offshore detention centres on Q&A on Tuesday night, but it was the senator’s suggestion wrongly issued debt recovery notices could be resolved by contacting Centrelink which drew one of the biggest audience responses. [Read more & Comments]

Sharia, a dark ages death sentence

Jennifer Oriel puts her perspective on the idiotic mess created by that silly activist, Yassmin Abdel-­Magied whose trademark has becoming that of a serial pest. The reaction to her loud mouth and status with the ABC, the more than $11,000 of taxpayers money for her to gallivant about poor Muslim countries trying to flog her book was notable indeed. But you can bet the public derision will be insufficient put to her back in the box—don’t ever forget, they are an a mission to change Australia.

Jennifer Oriel:

Australia does not welcome sharia law. It violates the Australian Constitution. It would send Western civilisation back to the Dark Ages. It chains freethinking women to a set of absurd laws ­derived from the misogynistic prophet, Mohammed. [Read more & Comments]


Morning Mailer’s spread the gospel, firmly up a lefty’s nostril [Read more & Comments]

George Soros, 350.org, and
an Australian Country Council

He has a long reach does George Soros, the billionaire philanthropic funder of green ratbaggery.

If there is an organisation anywhere on earth that is agin’ the banks or t’guvment, there you will find George the “philanthropist” wining, dining and funding with them.

Especially if there is anyone who is trying to mine coal, or burn coal, you will find one of George’s fundees – in particular 350.org – the richly endowed ultra-left international organisation. They are up in Queensland right now working with Greenpeace and others to scupper the coalmines – to save the Barrier Reef if you please.

But who would have thought that in a little coastal town in NSW you would find George’s influence so strong that it influences local council decisions? [Read more & Comments]

imageStrange friendships in Gilmore.
[Note:this is a reprint of a story first published in July 2013]

Shoalhaven Green Councillor, Amanda Findlay, says she was approached by Her Ladyship, Jo Gash, federal MP for Gilmore, to discuss a preference deal before the last Council elections. The full details are on her blog.

Amanda’s face froze, she swayed back in horror, palms outward. She would rather eat Japanese killed whale steaks cooked over a fire of burning tyres than preference conservatives. And said so.

Dead end there apparently but… <strong>READ MORE OF THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF AMANDA</strong>

Venezuelans killing flamingo and anteaters to stave off hunger amid mounting food crisis
The only good thing about electing left wing leaders is that you soon know you shouldn’t have.

Lefty leaders  get elected with promises to make the poor rich, then has to let  their voters starve -it’s traditional. It wouldn’t be a left wing take-over if it was not a blend of the incompetent and the indifferent. And you can count on the fact that they will get no international condemnation from the Greens who appeal to a base under a masquerade of being the only ones to care for the natural environment. There is not  a single word from the Australian Greens on behalf of the flamingos and anteaters, not a word, never mind the starving thousands of Venezuela. [Read more & Comments]

MP George Christensen: a big man with big power

PM Malcolm Jobengrowth sent (tomato head) Barnaby Joyce to beg Christensen to stay in the Turnbull Team camp. Had big George walk like he threatened it would have spurred more talk about dumping the boss—they still have shiv ready for a dark night.

Nationals MPs say they are happy for controversial MP George Christensen to remain their party whip despite him again publicly toying with breaking away from the government. Mr Christensen last week penned a letter to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in which he said his support for the government could not be guaranteed without action on a local sugar industry stoush in his north Queensland electorate. George did not send the letter but provided details of its content to the media. [Read more & Comments]

The benefits of multiculturalism’s inclusiveness exclusiveness

It may appear that MM is Muslim bashing with two related stories. We report the news, we don’t make it and with representation of about three percent of population Muslims make lots of news in Australia. News Corp runs five Muslim related stories on page one today. Islamic global matters of interest are another matter. Australians can’t possibly fix the 30,336 deadly attacks by Muslims since 9/11 but we can fix the mounting Muslim problem in Australia—if our politicians had the guts.

A public school in Sydney’s west has adopted a policy permitting Muslim male students to decline to shake hands with females, despite­ the practice having been denounced by many senior Islamic figures. The Hurstville Boys Campus of Georges River College in Sydney recently hosted an awards ­ceremony at which female present­ers, including several accom­plished and respected members of the local community, were told by one of the school’s two principals that some students would not shake their hands because of their Muslim faith. [Read more & Comments]

“Mea culpa,” says pro Palestinian
Hunter Stuart was a self-described Protestant liberal (that’s the small “l” liberal) with the “pantheon of beliefs.”

A “small l” liberal supports pluralism, tolerance and diversity. He supports gay rights, access to abortion and gun control, basically without ever thinking about it. It’s only virtue signalling, after all.

These liberals like to think of themselves as “progressives” and get their ideas from the liberal journalists in the media – now a majority.

Hunter Stuart was also extremely pro-Palestinian, with the belief that Israel was the big bully: [Read more & Comments]