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  • Tony W 07/09/2018, 12:48 pm

    “Union Bred, Union Fed, Union Led” well said Mr Morrison.
    Remember Mr Abbotts Heydon royal commission into trade unions we stumped up the $60mill or so for; the dossier secreted away by your cowardly nefarious predecessor; there’s your election victory right there old son… Dump the lot into the public domain and let the court of public opinion vote on whether it was all worth it or not.

    • DT 07/09/2018, 1:10 pm

      As far as I am aware very few of the TURC witnesses the Commissioner referred to state legal agencies have been dealt with.

      Another quiet file burial exercise.

      • Tony W 08/09/2018, 5:45 am

        Yes DT; another Joh.B.P. feed the chooks scenario.

    • PJ, 17/09/2018, 10:18 am

      Hi Tony W; agree whole heartedly. The Heydon royal commission promised so much.

  • DT 07/09/2018, 2:43 pm

    We are governed by fools who are UN puppets;


  • Clarion Call 09/09/2018, 2:00 pm

    More like rabies infected dogglets than puppets. Throw the monngrels to the shharks or crrocodiles.

  • DT 11/09/2018, 7:14 am

    The question is: will Bill Shorten be the Labor Leader at the next federal election?

    The AWU Scandalous slush fund fraud is about to hit the headlines again soon when the Michael Smith and associates civil action in a court yet to be named commences. A mountain of documentary evidence now ready for filing and the original WAPOL Fraud Squad investigator Sargeant who claims that government interference resulted in his squad’s slush fund investigation being shut down is working alongside Michael, as are former detectives from VICPOL and many other volunteers.

    Bill Shorten will be a witness and so will other ALP names including of course a former PM.

    Will this lead to a rejection of Union Labor at the next election and future elections?

  • Pensioner Pete 11/09/2018, 2:28 pm

    This idiocy beggars belief! http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-09-11/health-impacts-key-focus-of-new-queensland-climate-change-plan/10225616
    Meanwhile, the Queensland Health Minister refuses to have dialysis machines installed in Emerald and Longreach Hospitals, preferring to promote a major falsehood over genuine health care.

  • Pensioner Pete 11/09/2018, 3:37 pm

    And yet, more idiocy from government. http://www.michaelsmithnews.com/2018/09/dodgy-islamic-school-gets-19m-in-government-funding-restored.html
    How can this scamming be allowed to continue? Is this an example of politicians ‘listening to the electorate’? Not on your fat nellie it is, this is just more evidence of gross incompetence flying in the face of reason.

    • angry 19/09/2018, 1:08 pm

      I thought that those muslim savages had had that cancelled.



  • DT 12/09/2018, 7:45 am

    Yesterday I listened to Ray Hadley via Sydney Radio 2GB, he was angry about Clive Palmer spending enormous sums of money promoting his new party for the next federal election while failing to pay workers in Townsville what he owes them.

    It was discussed that the Palmer advertisements promising lower electricity prices etc., are deceptive advertising because he and his party voted against removal of the RET when the Abbott Government wanted to abolish it and the subsidies. And PUP clearly sided with the left on global warming hoax related matters.

    I remembered Clive Palmer being exposed, caught dining with and at other times meeting the Al Gore when he was visiting Australia, they were pals.

    Pass this around, deny him success.

    This is also the person who locked owners out of holiday share apartments at his Coolum Resort claiming they were all in arrears on levies. One owner, a NSW Barrister, represented the owners in court and Palmer lost. He wanted to run the resort down and redevelop the land including golf course.

    • Aktosplatz 12/09/2018, 8:18 am

      Agreed. Palmer is unwelcome in all matters of public life. He’s a Big BS Artist too.

  • Aktosplatz 12/09/2018, 12:38 pm

    I was emailed this slogan ( quote)

    “Progressives think we should be equal at the Finishing Line

    Conservatives think we should be equal at the Starting Line” (unquote)

    Not bad

  • DT 12/09/2018, 1:38 pm

    That is good Aktosplatz, thank you.

  • Pensioner Pete 13/09/2018, 5:47 am

    If you want to learn the latest about Tommy Robinson has to say regarding his term of imprisonment, this is the link https://www.therebel.media/tommyrobinson?e=7e395dcc0830394e3bc1b246776dffe0&utm_source=therebel&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=tr_prison_interview&n=3

  • Aktosplatz 13/09/2018, 11:58 am

    The $50 Lesson

    Recently, while I was working in the flower beds in the front yard, my neighbors stopped to chat as they returned home from walking their dog.

    During our friendly conversation, I asked their 12 year old daughter what she wanted to be when she grows up. She said she wanted to be Prime Minister someday.

    Both of her parents – who were of the Progressive Liberals and also Labor supporters – were standing there, so I asked her, “If you were Prime Minister what would be the first thing you would do?”

    She replied, “I’d give food and houses to all the homeless people.”

    Her parents beamed with pride!

    “Wow…what a worthy goal!” I said. “But you don’t have to wait until you’re Prime Minister to do that!” I told her.

    “What do you mean?” she replied.

    So I told her, “You can come over to my house and mow the lawn, pull weeds, and trim my hedge, and I’ll pay you $50. Then you can go over to the servo where the homeless guy hangs out, and you can give him the $50 to use toward food and accommodation.”

    She thought that over for a few seconds, then she looked me straight in the eye and asked, “Why doesn’t the homeless guy come over and do the work, and you can just pay him the $50?”

    I said, “Welcome to the Australian Conservative Party.”

    Her parents aren’t speaking to me anymore.

    • Pensioner Pete 13/09/2018, 2:32 pm

      Akto: Bloody amazing isn’t it, when the truth hits home.

  • Xword 14/09/2018, 7:15 am

    Meanwhile, in Britistan, a dwarf wrestling competition has been abandoned due to lobbying by the RGA (Restricted Growth Association)

  • flav1945 14/09/2018, 12:24 pm

    MM Editor … a few comments about your site.

    The other day I queried why you would not place your name, experience and
    qualifications to your site. Your “Jack Cade” pseudonym fired back immediately
    claiming I was insulting the operator of AMM. (For the readers info “Jack Cade” was a
    15th c. English rebel leader fighting for social, political and economic reforms).

    I have assumed that your reason for not publishing your name is the fear of retribution
    from the left wing loonies in this country? I wonder why though when Larry Pickering has successfully run his PP site without fear nor favour for years … and continually
    sticks it up the left-wing cabals? Each one of Larry’s articles receives around 2500
    responses and is most likely read by many thousands each day.

    Compare this to your site, ie: around 20 regular contributors (possibly 3 or 4 being your own pseudonyms to kick off discussion?) … and a readership of most likely no more than 100-200 each day. If you lose contributors of the quality of Lorraine, JR, Albert,
    Muphin, Rubyred, Luk1955, angry, ibbit, Botswana, Akto, GR, Penguinite, Joe Blogs …
    and especially CC and Bushkid, then your site will be lucky to last a couple of weeks.
    You’ll note I haven’t included PP, PF and DT on this list as I suspect that they are
    simply your ‘kick-off debate’ pseudonyms ? Nevertheless, these three ‘plants’ work
    brilliantly and certainly are extremely informative and gender much discussion.

    I honestly urge you to identify yourself as a genuine crusader for conservative values with a view to substantially increasing your readership and contributors. The word would spread quickly on-line that there is now another fair-dinkum voice in Australia
    for conservatism and I’m sure you’d find there would be a huge increase in your site’s

    If the day to day costs of maintaining AMM are a problem, then why not ask contributors to help out financially by purchasing a non-mandatory ‘blue laurel’ like Larry does?

    If like me you are simply a retired journalist (wannabee in my case) and working from
    your back room on a shoestring then I can sorta understand you not wishing to increase
    your profile … but it would be a bloody shame if you didn’t as the concept of AMM
    is fabulous and definitely deserves FAR greater support from conservative Australians.

    The only other thing I’d like to add is that the contributions to AMM sadly lack one
    very important facet … SOLUTIONS. The comments made are usually well researched,
    forthright and factual, but rarely if ever contain any logical solutions especially to the
    current political and economic problems we are facing in this country. If the AMM
    readership can be substantially increased then gradually we may all just find that we
    suddenly have some real lobbying power at both State and Federal levels … especially
    seeing that most of the AMM readers consist of the “Grey Power” element and actually have the time available to pursue our concerns … with the assistance of AMM to guide us. PS: thank you for the list of all the pollies’ contact info … very helpful.

    It would be lovely to receive your responses to what I truly hope have been constructive
    Kind regards, Flav1945

    • Wallace 14/09/2018, 2:48 pm

      Flave1847, Sir, you sound like a miserable old drunk not happy about anything in life. If you dislike MM so much why don’t you buzz off and start your own blog?

    • DT 14/09/2018, 2:52 pm

      Flav, I am DT however they are not my initials in daily life, and my appearance as a contributor here is fairly recent, but I have no connection with the MM Editor off this website.

      In fact my career has not even been close to journalism, but I admit to having close connections in politics in the past mainly, but have never been a politician, but always a student of politics with a fairly good and retentive memory.

      As our exchanges on the “Black Hand” demonstrated, I trust.

      I do appreciate your concerns.

      • flav1945 14/09/2018, 3:14 pm

        Thanks for that DT. I was honestly hoping that you weren’t just a ‘plant’ as I
        avidly read and enjoy all your beaut contributions. As an aside though,
        are you any relation to BK Engineering on PP? He’s certainly the most sensible
        commentator on that site and reminds me heaps of you.

    • mmadmin 14/09/2018, 2:56 pm

      Thanks, but no thanks.
      We have been going for four years now in the current form.
      I’ll let PP, PF and DT reply to you themselves.
      Jack Cade was a pen-name suggested by a different editor because he though it fitted this ex-soldier.
      We never take money or contributions or ads. It is paid out of our own pockets. Others can do what they like.
      You must be reading different comments to me. Frequently there are solutions, frequently there are comments about the tin-ears of the local and federal MPs

      • flav1945 14/09/2018, 3:28 pm

        MMadmin … all hail the status quo. Keep up the great work and rest assured of
        this contributor’s ongoing support. With regard to “solutions” I meant
        fair-dinkum solutions like lobbying as a concerned group of voters and a
        concerted mailing campaign to State and federal parliamentarians … under the
        urging and guidance of MMadmin. Many thanks for your honest response though.

    • Pensioner Pete 15/09/2018, 6:18 am

      Be assured flav:, PP has absolutely no connection to MM Ed.

      PP is a retired person of many talents, living in a small Queensland outback town savaged by the 7th year of drought and classified as ‘very remote’ by the ATO whilst having the good fortune to have access to reasonable level communications systems which enables me to vent my utter frustration directly to my political representatives quickly and efficiently.

      I also enjoy very much the comments of bloggers using MM as the vast majority have much knowledge and actually do proffer solutions to our political issues.

      flav: may I suggest, you make worthwhile constructive comments in MM rather than making allegations about the good people who frequent this site.

      • flav1945 15/09/2018, 1:10 pm

        Thanks for that PP. I was hoping this would be the case. The main reason I came
        to that assumption was the fact that your comments appear, in many cases, to be
        made VERY early in the morning shortly after the article has been published.
        Please do read the full context of my message and try to understand that it was
        in fact a constructive and well-meaning description of MM. The editor’s response to me was somewhat disappointing (to me) when they
        definitely confirmed that they believe expanding the impact
        of the site is not in their best interests. I would still argue to the contrary though
        as I firmly believe that the site’s conservative values should be shared to a much
        greater degree throughout the voting public. I find it hard to understand why
        strong, forthright and sensible conservatives like yourself could think otherwise?

  • flav1945 14/09/2018, 2:58 pm

    Thanx Wally for yous ( hic) comment. Sorry ya cudn’t find anythink nice in my(hic)
    letta to tha editor (hic).

    • DT 14/09/2018, 3:06 pm

      Crikey, is it whiskey o clock already.

      Gotta go.

  • Neville 15/09/2018, 10:33 am

    One should, on this and similar blogs, remember the first rule of commenting (by “commenters”, no less, because commenters they are!):
    Don’t feed the bloody trolls!

  • DT 15/09/2018, 3:56 pm

    Conversation over lunch today regarding a comment I read earlier today at JoNova Science: el gordo

    “All true and correct, so looking to the future, socialism with Chinese characteristics is tantalising for the Australian left.

    ‘China’s One-Belt, One-Road policies will define the decade ahead.’ Bill Shorten”

    For those who are not aware of the beginning of the UN hoax man-made global warming based on carbon dioxide, climate change, one of the co-conspirators was a Canadian billionaire, Maurice Strong, now deceased. He died in Communist China in 2016 from memory. He was hiding from Canadian EPA who were after him for illegally tapping into a huge aquifer to sell the water in bottles. His cousin had been Mao Zedong’s lover (The Little Red Book author). Apparently Strong wanted a new world order and to end capitalism as the world knows it and replace it with Communist China style controlled and managed capitalism for chosen trusted party member comrades.

    Earlier here today some comments were exchanged on immigration in Australia and employers seeking cheaper labour and more customers. A China Communist capitalist system would deliver that and like China there would be the haves and the have nots, the latter restricted in travel etc. But even the haves, certain class of haves are permitted to live the good life and to buy all the toys they want but are confined for life in gated and guarded estates.

    Without writing a book here are some points to consider;

    * UK communist unionists were first to push for a republic here and severance of ties to the UK and Queen of Australia.
    * The communists tried to take control of the ALP and that caused the 1950s split and formation of the DLP.
    * Comrade Gillard established the Socialist Forum here as a factional home for communists and socialist, Welsh unions were communist controlled. She also once vowed to get rid of the ALP early in her career. The Socialist Forum was merged with the socialist Australian Fabian Society when she became deputy to Opposition Leader Rudd.
    * Former PM Mansion’s mother’s grandfather was UK Labor royalty and his mother was a communist. Mansion vowed to get rid of the Nationals and conservative Liberals and merge into the ALP to form a single party government, like Communist China?
    *Globalism “socialism masquerading as environmentalism (man-made global warming climate change), as PM Abbott described in 2015, is the Trojan Horse used by the UN to redistribute developed member nation wealth to poorer member nations – to impoverish the wealthy and locking up our natural resources to keep us poor. And RET and other impositions create wealth for the few while fleecing us before the end days arrive.
    * Mansion showed no real enthusiasm to lead the LNP Coalition to victory in 2016 after deposing PM Abbott. I suspect he would have been happy to hand over to Comrade Shorten Union Labor and enjoy the Harbourside Mansion lifestyle away from Canberra, and the Manhattan New York apartment not far from his UN official comrades.
    * Both Mansion and Kevin07 have Chinese associates, business interests and even Chinese sons in law. The Australian reported that former PM Rudd and Minister for Communications Mansion were sighted dining together with family members at a Beijing, China, restaurant.
    * There are many “China Associates” in the ALP, remember when then Minister for Defence Joel Fitzgibbons was caught travelling to China over Christmas and on Christmas Day with his Chinese Australian Canberra flat landlady leaving his family at home? And had to step down from cabinet.

    There is a lot more but I trust that the above will get readers thinking about the state of our nations and politics.

    And spread the word, no Senate votes for the traitors, deny them Lower House seats too, with possible exceptions of MPs you know you can trust.

    It’s Time again.

    But Time to get rid of the dishonest bastards that Don Chip of the Australian Democrats tried to keep honest.

    • Pensioner Pete 15/09/2018, 4:18 pm

      DT: After reading your post, I feel like it is time, not only to get rid of the dishonest bastards, but it is time to pull out the .3oh and start some commie thinnin’.

      • DT 15/09/2018, 4:37 pm

        It makes me very angry PP.

        Australia has vast natural resources locked away “for future generations” in UN agenda National Parks including Marine Parks. Other resources are subjected to protest and government green and red tape. Bans of very safe for the environment “fracking” for coal and shale gas for example.

        America following election of President Trump is unlocking natural resources to drive the economy towards greater national prosperity.

        I read recently that Australia also has oil bearing sands and could be extracting that oil with a new process developed for Canadian oil sands, a solvent is used I understand.

        Slowly but surely our national prosperity prospects are being locked up, even the deindustrialisation driven by world’s highest electricity prices forcing businesses to close down and move offshore. Isn’t it ridiculous that SA has turned to many diesel generators government and private sector to keep the lights on. And now VIC is doing that starting on the Mornington Peninsular, new diesel generators by many. With 20% of generator capacity gone when Hazlewood closed down.

        The fools in government say it’s a temporary measure because wind and solar is cheaper and more reliable, and will be the future of electricity supply. Rubbish! The UK has turned to back up diesel generators, Germany is building new coal fired power stations and abandoned their RET, and many other examples exist of failed unreliable energy.

        Today Australia should be a far wealthier nation than we were, the Whitlam years were the start of the downturn at a time in our history when that time should have been the launch pad to greater prosperity.

        The Lucky Country, pity about politicians and worse, globalists.

      • Pensioner Pete 15/09/2018, 5:29 pm

        DT: Never a truer word spoke. Quoting you: “Today Australia should be a far wealthier nation than we were, the Whitlam years were the start of the downturn at a time in our history when that time should have been the launch pad to greater prosperity.”

  • Pensioner Pete 16/09/2018, 6:49 am

    Prime Minister Scott Morrison to announce royal commission (today) into aged care sector as per a headline in The Australian.

    This is a Royal Commission which is long overdue and despite the mealy mouthed political response I received from my enquiry regarding the dreadful situation of the aged to my MP some months ago, I have hope a Royal Commission will force government to act firmly to protect our vulnerable elderly in the so called ‘care’ of aged care homes.

    • DT 16/09/2018, 7:12 am

      On a far less serious note, I am reminded ….

      Support Bingo, help keep Granny off the street.

    • Bwana Neusi 25/09/2018, 1:46 pm

      When the Royal commission determines that it was Morrison the treasurer that stole our pension, the RC will head the same way as the Union RC, into a “Never to be opened” drawer.
      so far they owe us $180,000 + in unpaid pension entitlements.

  • DT 17/09/2018, 7:29 am

    It’s obvious that the Mansion Gang is continuing warfare against all conservatives that stand in their way, notably Peter Dutton and Tony Abbott.

    I read this morning that branch members in Abbott’s electorate have allegedly told him he has one more term before he must retire from politics. Really, according to not fake news he said that he was preselected again with 70% of the membership vote. Faux Facts Group claimed it was much less but that he was returned as their candidate.

    The sooner there is a split from the Black Hand Gang the better in my opinion.

  • Albert 17/09/2018, 8:50 am

    I agree DT. The drivel produced by Faux Facts scribbler Bevan Shields in today’s rag is just more evidence of the Left’s paranoia. When that article is placed alongside David Crowe’s analysis of the latest Faux Facts poll their desperation to damage the government is even more obvious.

    • DT 18/09/2018, 7:34 am

      Albert, the preselection branch stacking last weekend and the following fake news that Tony Abbott only just made it across the line, when in fact he received about 70% of the vote by electorate party members, Liberal MP for North Sydney Trent Zimmerman apparently organised the stacking, and news today that a business associate of Michael Photios voted against Abbott (Photios is a senior Lib Party executive and Mansion supporter) highlights the need for a split and formation of a coalition of the willing conservative group or alliances.

      Mansion will not give up, he got what he wanted and wrecked the Liberal Party by dividing into two sides. He seems to have damaged the National Party too.

      • Neville 18/09/2018, 6:25 pm

        Yes, it is appearing to be more and more apparent that the Turdball was essentially a Labor party plant, inveigled in so as to destroy the more right party/s so as to get a better run for the lefty-greeny-labor bloc.

  • DT 18/09/2018, 11:17 am

    Taken from JoNova Science website today;

    Poor McCartney tries to write a rebel saviour song. Instead he captures the blind mystification of a protected class living in a bubble who have no idea that millions of people are rebelling against the bully thought police and their demands for hero-status and money. Half the population of the West see through the modern witchdoctors who get every prediction wrong.

    McCartney’s genius solution? “Lock him up”

    Spot the irony, apparently Trump should have listened to “the will of the people”? What exactly does McCartney think 60 million people voted for?

    The captains crazy but he doesn’t let them know it.
    He’ll take us with him if we don’t do something to slow it.
    How can we stop him
    Grab the keys and lock him up

    Below decks, the engineer cries
    The captain’s gonna leave us when the temperatures rise
    The needle’s going up, the engine’s gonna blow
    And we are gonna be left down below
    Down below

    Despite repeated warnings
    Of dangers up ahead
    Well, the captain wasn’t listening
    To what was said

    Now the ropes that have bound him (What can we do?)
    Prove that he should have listened (What can we do?)
    To the will of the people
    It’s the will of the people
    It’s the will of the people

    — Lyrics to “Despite Repeated Warnings”

    Apparently aimed at President Trump.

  • Albert 18/09/2018, 11:59 am

    The latest from Looneyland is a call to allow 16 years olds to vote. I wonder if the idiotic academics who come up with this stupidity have ever spoken with a 16 year old? It is most certainly beyond their mental capacity to recognise that there is not very much going on inside their mushy brains of the average 16 year old except the overwhelming urge to spend the best part of every day contributing to the nonsense of social media.
    I have an 18 year old granddaughter who doesn’t know who the PM is and doesn’t understand that there are state and federal governments. Her 21 year old university attending sister is no better and their combined knowledge of how politics go together is frightening and yet a bunch of fools want to give them a vote at 16.

    • DT 18/09/2018, 1:40 pm

      More political leftism, dumb them down at school and brainwash them to become the new socialists who haven’t got a clue what socialism means to the average person.

      Or that the developed world today where the most prosperous people live are in the free market capitalist countries.

      So envious of the success of capitalism in the USA both Communist China and Russia now allow capitalism, albeit managed and controlled with selected approved players.

      • Neville 18/09/2018, 6:28 pm

        Yes, either dumbed-down brainwashed schoolchildren, or, trough-snouting anti-western immigrants; or both – they’ll do quite nicely to improve the lefty-greeny vote, thank you very much!

  • Neville 18/09/2018, 6:22 pm

    Has anyone heard from Joe Blogs lately? Is he ill, or on a holiday, or something? Just wondering. Perhaps MMEd has heard something?

    • TommyGun 20/09/2018, 8:50 am

      Yes, I also miss Blogssy’s comments.
      I hope he’s just having a holiday to celebrate Turnbull’s overthrow.

      • Neville 20/09/2018, 9:23 pm

        Likewise, TG.

  • Clarion Call 18/09/2018, 8:17 pm

    Neville, I’ve heard a rumour that Bloggsy made the grave mistake of walking too close to his local Centrelink office last Thursday and was literally crushed by the inwards and outwards wave of energetic people obviously looking to sign up for paid non-selective employment and/or voluntary community help for the disadvantaged. I’m sure he’ll soon be thumping the keyboard once again. With gusto.

  • angry 19/09/2018, 1:01 pm

    … only this time it’s not halal


    My exact thoughts that MUSLIM TERRORISTS are behind this!!

    • DT 20/09/2018, 8:21 am

      I agree, but NSW Police have caught a schoolboy who was involved in one locality, copycat.

      With several growers effected and widespread discoveries of needles there must be an organised group responsible.

  • Florence 19/09/2018, 5:54 pm

    No, I don’t think it’s Muslim terrorism. It’s far more likely to be a disgruntled ex-employee
    of one of the growers with some copy-cat lamebrains also getting in on the act.
    The so-called Muslim terrorists could easily create havoc in this country by poisoning our
    unprotected water storages which are far easier targets.

  • Albert 20/09/2018, 9:49 am

    I read today of the NSW coppers whining and whinging because they have to roll their sleeves down to cover up their tatts. To me it shows that the coppers, who have lately been involve in a growing tendency toward thuggery, are becoming more and more like the bikies and other dregs of society they have to deal with.
    Now, I don’t care much if I offend someone with these remarks because I can’t stand tattoos and believe that they demonstrate a certain level of immaturity. I just can’t understand why anyone would want to cover their faces with this so called art, of which I have seen better examples on the back of public dunny doors, or why young women are defacing the natural beauty of heir bodies.
    My advice to the NSW coppers is to grow up and get on with the job. To those young women, think twice about what you are going to look like in your fifties.

    • DT 20/09/2018, 11:16 am

      I agree with you Albert.

    • angry 21/09/2018, 9:30 am

      We have lost all respect for the police.
      They have never ever helped us with any serious issues we have reported to them.
      Either not interested or too bloody lazy or corrupt to get off their asses and do anything.
      Just a bloody waste of space.

      PS Tatoos are a sign of a bogan. No class.

    • TommyGun 21/09/2018, 7:52 pm

      TG was just thinking the other day that he must now be one of the 3 people left in Australia without a single tattoo!
      I can remember when the only people with tattoos were sailors, shearers and dock workers! (And not all of them; only a few. And the tattoos were mostly discrete.)
      Now, every man, woman and bloody dog are covered with more artwork than a Footscray slum. It’s bloody disgusting.

      • angry 28/09/2018, 8:11 am

        AND CRIMINALS……..

  • DT 20/09/2018, 11:53 am

    Do you remember the picture @ stopturnbull of Mansion with the GetUp chief of the period in which the photo was taken?

    Now read this about the Black Hand’s friends;


    • Aktosplatz 20/09/2018, 1:47 pm

      Just more reason not to vote Liberal.

      I would prefer it if Craig Kelly, Peter Dutton, Tony Abbott, and Barnaby Joyce, George Christiensen and others all leave and either stand as Independents or join the Australian Conservatives.

      • DT 20/09/2018, 3:58 pm

        Me too.

  • angry 21/09/2018, 9:23 am
  • angry 22/09/2018, 11:50 am


    ‘No better than schoolchildren’: Julie Bishop unleashes on her Liberal Party colleagues in extraordinary attack on Peter Dutton


  • angry 22/09/2018, 11:53 am

    WTF !!!!

    Muslims push for two public holidays for Eid and want the day to be taken more seriously by people who don’t follow Islam





    • Albert 23/09/2018, 10:21 am

      They come to live in Christian countries and expect us to change because that is what they do. Like a plague of diseased rats they scurry ashore with the first stop the nearest Centrelink office. They take over suburbs and turn them into closed slums and then they are off to the builders to have them build a mosque where they can secretly develop terrorist cells and plan our overthrow.

  • angry 22/09/2018, 11:56 am

    How immigration accounts for almost TWO-THIRDS of Australia’s population growth





    • Zoltan 24/09/2018, 3:13 pm

      I don’t remember anyone canvassing my opinion.
      Traitors the lot of them

  • Albert 23/09/2018, 10:32 am

    I received an email this morning begging me to support the introduction of a new state. There is a push by some to have northern Queensland declared a new state of the commonwealth. Northern Queensland? Now I ask you; don’t we have enough states with their dysfunctional so-called governments who couldn’t find their backsides using both hands? Don’t we have enough useless politicians sucking on the public teat?
    Is a new state in a part of the country that after filling its new parliament with useless politicians would barely have enough people left over to field a football team really what this country needs right now?

    • Pensioner Pete 23/09/2018, 10:47 am

      Albert: This push is ongoing. Earlier this year, the Queensland Labor State Government rejected the move outright after the presentation of a petition organised by the Katter Party. Certainly, there is a very strong mood outside of the SE Corner of Queensland to separate from the SE Corner permanently as a new State, due to the complete and total lack of interest by the current crop of politicians of anything outside the SE Corner.

      Apparently, the Australian Constitution is no barrier to the formation of a new State within Australia.

  • DT 24/09/2018, 7:44 pm


    “How ‘father of broadband’ Justin Milne became ABC chairman”



    Check how many friends are in key positions now.

  • Zoltan 26/09/2018, 6:44 am

    I see disgraced actor Bill Cosby has been sent down in the USA for 3 to 10 years for his sexual predation .
    So out in 18 months then?

  • Gregoryno6 26/09/2018, 8:40 am

    This is the end of Brett Kavanaugh for sure.

    Nearly a quarter of a million women have come forward within the
    last 24 hours to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanugh of offensive behavior.

    The women were responding to an ad placed on websites and in newspapers. The ad read ‘Did a man ever do anything nasty to you? If he did, call us. We’re pretty sure it was Brett Kavanaugh’, and included a phone number.

    Among the respondents was Sunny-Vegas Conniston. A kindergarten teacher in San Francisco, Conniston sets aside three hours every day for her young pupils to stick pins in Donald Trump dolls. ‘It happened on the International Space Station,’ she explains. ‘I was out driving when I ran over a nail. A man pulled over and offered to change my flat. The next thing I knew I was high above the earth, naked, and he was biting me all over.’

    Conniston says that she took selfies of her injuries in the bathroom mirror, but quickly adds ‘The neighbor’s dog ate my iPhone.’

    Delvinia Burgerstone, who shares her three room apartment with several dozen rescued cats, claims that Kavanaugh fondled her breasts while she was shopping in the local supermarket. Unlike others who have accused Kavanaugh, Burgerstone is quite certain of the time and place. ‘Just last week,’ she says, with total certainty. ‘I was standing at the milk cabinet trying to decide on oat or full cream soy for my babies, and suddenly I felt these two hands on me. He squeezed very tight. I screamed with shock and pain. And none of the other shoppers did a damn thing about it.’

    A check of Burgerstone’s timeline however proves that Kavanaugh would have been in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee at the hour she says he assaulted her. ‘So he can be in two places at the same time,’ she retorts. ‘You got a fucking problem with that?’

    Roberta Wiggins, a forty-nine year old college student, believes that Kavanaugh has touched her inappropriately on campus. But she goes one step further and says there is more than one Brett Kavanaugh. ‘He’s been cloned,’ Wiggins says. ‘They’ve made copies of him – dozens and dozens. And they’re invisible. Every Brett Kavanaugh clone has a microchip in his arms that emits radiation. So they just walk around the university all day groping and fondling women. Exposing themselves to women. It’s disgusting and it has to stop.’

    The length and complexity of the womens’ accusations will make investigation a long and cumbersome process. Most likely any review will begin with a woman who would only give her name as ‘Letitia’. Her story, by contrast, is short and direct. ‘He eats babies,’ she says.

    • Albert 26/09/2018, 8:52 am

      they’re coming to take me away, ha ha, hee hee, ho ho, to the funny farm . . .

    • TommyGun 27/09/2018, 8:40 am


      Made my day, Greg!

  • Albert 26/09/2018, 11:27 am
    • Gregoryno6 26/09/2018, 1:04 pm

      ‘The ability to speak fluent English would be preferable but not compulsory’.

      Try that again.

      ‘The ability to speak the language of the dominant patriarchy may be regarded as an example of white privilege.’

  • Pensioner Pete 26/09/2018, 11:46 am

    White farmers being murdered, tortured, raped, robbed in South Africa, so where is the outrage in the MSM? This recent video link is a story about some investigative journalism regarding these unreported crimes. https://youtu.be/FQHtY59PuuE

    • aktosplatz 28/09/2018, 7:48 am

      PP, you did say ‘WHITE farmers’

  • DT 26/09/2018, 3:15 pm

    New World Order, Fabians, Globalism and much more revolving around George Soros, internationally and within Australia.

    It is very informative and enlightening;


    • Pensioner Pete 27/09/2018, 6:49 am

      If ever someone needed an introduction to the benefits of meeting my ‘ole mate Lee, this bloke Soros is the one. I fail to understand why someone hasn’t discussed Soros’s behaviour with ‘extreme prejudice’ to date?

      • DT 27/09/2018, 7:48 am

        All his Australian links to unions, former PM Gillard, former PM Turnbull and many others, even Clive Palmer had meetings with Soros’ comrade Al Gore when he was in Australia.

        The full article story needs to be shown to as many Australians as possible, and voters in nations of our allies.

        Thank you President Trump and supporters for taking this evil lot on.

  • angry 28/09/2018, 8:07 am

    Airport security to use facial recognition to scour travellers’ social media for terrorism links and criminal activity under aviation overhaul


    Sounds like communist north korea instead of Australia !

  • angry 28/09/2018, 8:08 am

    Now the police want your passwords – and you could be fined $60,000 or put in prison for five years if you refuse


    Big Brother is watching you!!

  • angry 28/09/2018, 8:09 am

    Peter Dutton rushes through encryption laws – that experts say will make users MORE vulnerable to attacks


    I thought that Dutton might be OK but not after this COMMUNIST CRAP!

    • Pensioner Pete 29/09/2018, 10:31 am

      And the criminal element are now rejoicing as the government has made hacking our private information so much easier.

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