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How about a class action to remove “honourable” from all political titles?

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  • luk1955 21/04/2018, 10:18 am

    Now, about the class action to remove “honourable” from all political titles……….

  • Bwana Neusi 21/04/2018, 12:08 pm

    Perhaps they could be classified as “Dishonourable” – More suitable don’t you think?

    • Joe Blogs 21/04/2018, 1:34 pm

      Some are “Despicable”.

      • Rob 22/04/2018, 11:46 am

        How about”Mendacious”

      • Joe Blogs 22/04/2018, 2:15 pm

        Like it, Rob – and the women are as dacious as the men.

      • Ibbit 24/04/2018, 8:52 am

        Very apt, very suitable for the mendacious mob who have the gall to call themselves politicians.

  • Margaret 21/04/2018, 2:07 pm
    • Joe Blogs 21/04/2018, 8:36 pm

      Too right, Marg – and what a great envoy Pompeo is. If that’s regarded as a test of his ability as Sec of State, Feinstein, at al, are going to look even more stupid than they do now (anything’s possible for the Dumbs) in opposing his appointment.

    • Aktosplatz 25/04/2018, 6:16 pm

      This is Donald Trump’s pre-election speech that pushed him over the line to victory.

      He identifies the US’s Enemy in the Globalisation Movement spearheaded by Soros, and the Clintons.

      We have their equivalents here don’t we?

      Unfortunately we do not (in Australia) have an equivalent to President Trump (yet)

  • Graham Richards 22/04/2018, 7:52 am

    On the dishonourable side ,I believe it’s time to look into the reasons behind the Commonwealth Games ceremonies being given to an American company. What was the motivation? Was it political or was it economics? If it turns out it’s political those involved need to be expunged. Obviously nothing is now sacred, not even sport!
    It can’t have been an economic reason, not at $45 million!
    Maybe it was “economic ” but for someone else’s benefit. WHOSE? Who organised it, what are their connections to the organisation or senior executives of that organisation & were there any “incentives” involved ??

    • TommyGun 22/04/2018, 8:06 am

      I recall hearing the “CEO” of the games having an American twang to his voice and I thought “Jeez; couldn’t they even find an Aussie to do that job?” Now I understand why that was so.

  • Gregoryno6 22/04/2018, 10:53 am

    A few stories you might have heard from the distant West, and a few that maybe you didn’t.
    Western Australia! It’s The Happening Place!

  • Albert 23/04/2018, 10:51 am

    Brigadier Kathryn Campbell must one smart cookie. Not only is she a weekend warrior who is second in command of a fighting force on the battlefield but she is also the big cheese of CentreLink. However, it seems that CentreLink with a workforce of some 35,000 and 400 offices throughout this wide brown land can’t handle the task and the powers that be intend to employ another 1000 to answer the phones.

    I wonder if Wunderkind Campbell has worked out the reason why CentreLink is 0ver worked. Could it have anything to do with the shiploads of useless dole bludgers our government imports from the Middle East and Africa?

    • OPA 23/04/2018, 2:00 pm

      Yep, you got it right Albert. Go and have a look at the Mirrabooka Shopping Mall in Perth on the fortnightly Wednesday Centrelink payday and the place is crawling with angry looking muslim men supervising their depressed sack-clothed wives (yes, some are followed by more than one) doing the shopping. None will look you in the eye or communicate with you. Besides them on that particular day there are multiple African young men running around there too, all of them apparently hard of hearing as they need to shout at each other in multiple M.E. and African languages although they’re standing only two feet away from each other. Multicultural nation? What a crock! None of these people want to integrate, if you give them half the chance, in the next decade they’ll make the district around that Shopping Mall the same sh^*t-hole they came from, just like they’ve done in England and Europe!

  • Graham Richards 24/04/2018, 8:28 am

    No need to try convincing me. I lived with them for the first 45 years of my life! The open borders deal to bring them here is pure suicide as Australians are going to find out very soon!

  • OPA 24/04/2018, 2:09 pm

    For health reasons we sold our property and moved from the Wheat Belt to Perth to live in a nice apartment in a building of eight units my son has built. It has security gates and doors so we looked forward to a quiet retirement in the big city. Soon the R.E. people rented all the other units and we weren’t too worried about the two Middle Eastern young men living upstairs. Big mistake! First of course they had to have their stereo turned on so loud, even the soundproofing didn’t stop the noise penetrating our apartment. Then they brought in three very noisy cars which they happily parked where ever it was convenient for them, even if it meant the rightful owners had to park outside. The R.E sorted that out and peace returned. Uh,Uh! They then decided to go and start a repair business in the carpark renovating an old van; grinders whining all weekend, hammers banging away. One of them thought it was too much trouble to go and relieve himself upstairs, so he urinated in the garden strip. The R.E had another ‘chat’ with them, so peace has returned once more. Except the lot is now strewn with papers, empty oil containers and rags because, hey, that’s how they live in Beirut. Luckily they are only on a six month lease! What infuriates me is the cowardly attitude of the other tenants. They pay quite a high rent for their apartments and yet they let these guys push them around without a murmur. Oh sure, when I told them the R.E. had sorted the problem out (I hope) they were very grateful. But if it had been up to them , we’d still be putting up with the mess. And that seems the attitude of the whole country! Muslims are flooding in and everybody knows they’ll become the same problem here as in Europe. But except for a few comments on conservative blogs, not a peep by the majority. Idiotic politicians are busy screwing up the electricity supply, and together with the unions are in the process of chasing industry out of the country and what will the sheep-stupid Aussies do at the next election? Vote them right back in!! Not nice to speak your mind in Australia, shush be quiet, don’t stick your head out above the crowd, the P.C. police will come and get you! Strewth we badly need a Trump like leader to rescue this nation, but the best we can do is nice, quiet, but oh so boring Cory Bernardi. If I wasn’t in my mid eighties I’d migrate again.

    • Joe Blogs 24/04/2018, 6:50 pm

      Where to?

  • Clarion Call 24/04/2018, 8:38 pm

    Errrr…how about Northern Alaska. Not many followers of the Islamic faith live in that neck of the woods. I mean, how would they survive with no Centrelink and all the other free stuff they demand for them and their eight kids and four wives. God knows that would be discrimination by default. Halal moose? Not currently available. Siberia could be the answer.

    • Joe Blogs 24/04/2018, 9:39 pm

      With Blogs’ luck, some musso would discover that igloos look like little mosques and build one next door.

  • Ex ADF 25/04/2018, 12:26 pm

    Or Senator!, Calling dopey Sea Patrol Sarah a Senator is a criminal act!

  • Clarion Call 25/04/2018, 1:10 pm

    Errrr….what about ‘sinator’? Isn’t it a legal sin to allegedly pickpocket the taxpayers for a bunch of dollars and be reluctant to admit that it was a personal misuse of parliamentary members’ entitlements.

  • Penguinite 26/04/2018, 6:29 am
    • Joe Blogs 26/04/2018, 11:11 pm

      Like most of Shane’s other great work, the MSM ignores it: (a) because he’s not one of them; and (2) because they’re biased, corrupt, gutless or all of those things. Whatever their failing/s, they’re depriving us of information, concealing facts, and thus abetting / facilitating malefaction.

  • Joe Blogs 29/04/2018, 7:40 pm

    This is an example of the kinds of dickhead fake “veterans” the RSL now not only admits to full membership; not only refers to as “veterans”; but allows to hold exec gigs. No wonder its a complete mess.

  • DT 30/04/2018, 10:19 am

    English language from a foreign perspective: Japanese accountant working on end of financial year accounting with an Australian accountant. After a while the Japanese accountant remarked: “very big rotation but dangerous”.

    It took a while my informant explained, but finally worked it out: A vicious circle.

    • crankykoala 01/05/2018, 2:19 pm

      Japanese accountant he say ” velly big lotation but dangelous”

  • Don 30/04/2018, 8:31 pm

    At the top of this page these words appear – “Leftist media saturates the news. Fight back.”

    The extent to which contributors to this site are critical of the PM and his team seems to me it is just another leftist media outlet. Or is it simply a TA back room knock down the PM enterprise?

    • TommyGun 01/05/2018, 7:58 am

      Damn! Don’s found us out! Quick, Editor…hide our tracks!

      Yes, Don, I have to admit it. I’m in Tony Abbott’s pocket. He pays me to write replies scathing of our Dear Leader. We all do. I’m surprised it took so long for the penny to drop. Hell, Don, you must be the only one here who ISN’T on TA’s payroll!! LOL!

      (Meanwhile, back in the real world, the millions of people who aren’t rusted-on admirers of the Dear Leader continue to await the next election with growing apprehension.)

      • Wally 01/05/2018, 8:13 am

        Right on TG. Don, or more so his name should be in the, MM’s English words contest. “Don” really means “wanker.” Or “idiot.” His claims are the words from an idiot. Oh well, I suppose he is good for a laugh at least! Good onya Wanker!

    • Albert 01/05/2018, 8:26 am

      Does Malcolm know that you are in his office playing with his computer again? He can’t trust you staffers for a minute can he?

  • Don 01/05/2018, 5:48 pm

    Another day, another batch of Labor free articles – really spreading the word eh! Really fighting back eh!

  • Joe Blogs 03/05/2018, 9:26 am

    “I will soon be standing before the Registrar of a Court in Australia with sworn Information for an Offence (criminal charges) naming GILLARD as the defendant.”


  • Don 03/05/2018, 6:11 pm

    Yet another day, another batch of Labor free articles – really spreading the word eh! Really fighting back eh! Seems to me singing from the Getup song book.

    Why not a story to expose the Queensland Govt support of coal mining contrary to Labour national policy? Run it and rerun it and link it to exorbitant electricity prices. Talk about how the Government cannot get their legislative program through with an obstructionist Senate. Give Liberal voters something to use to support re-election – day after day PM bashing does not help the cause. We have a PM you clearly don’t want – well we don’t need to hear it day on day out like a broken record. There will be no change before the next election. Something that can be used against Labour would be welcome.

    Stand by for the spears.

    • OPA 05/05/2018, 1:08 pm

      So? Why don’t you do it?

  • Joe Blogs 03/05/2018, 6:56 pm

    Have a look at the bunch of liberal Liberal wet farkwits who want to oust Abbott. They include that pansy Robert Hill who, like that cowardly cream puff Beazley, was called up for National Service but sequestered himself at university (LSE&PS?), leaving real men to do his service for him – ironically ending up Defence Minister and being “awarded” a useless Centenary Medal for that gig.


  • Joe Blogs 06/05/2018, 3:02 pm

    Hadn’t looked at this site before, but it contains some interesting info about Trumble (as if we needed any more) –

  • Joe Blogs 06/05/2018, 3:08 pm

    No more (Battle of the) Coral Sea Week? Very sad.

  • Graham Richards 06/05/2018, 6:30 pm

    If the Coaltion as a party won’t get rid of Turnbull, the electorate will get rid of the Coaltion. Simple! It’s going to happen & I’ll help it along. We’ll deal with Shorten later!

  • Don 07/05/2018, 7:50 am

    “Leftist media saturates the news.” MM is close to the top of the pile. A gaggle of anti Lib articles and Labor not a mention. Why in the world would you send it to your friends?

  • Clarion Call 07/05/2018, 8:26 pm

    The globalist/communists are getting close to having all conservative news outlets shut out from the usual cyber platforms. The print and television media are already captive to the left. The objective set out in the Communist Manifesto is beginning to become ‘law’. Soon the masses will only get ‘news’ approved by the central authorities. They are aware that the feeble complaints from protesting people and subjugated news organisations will never be followed by any form of armed resistance. I read a day ago that the communists in the USA had already achieved the first ten objectives of their long-term plan and are on track to succeed with many of the others. The worry is that most university students in the USA currently believe that communism is a better system of government than capitalism. Time to stop funding the universities.

    • Joe Blogs 07/05/2018, 11:34 pm

      Interesting discussions on “Life, Liberty and Levin” today – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fELMkFfWTK8

      Dan Bongino remarked that Congress Republicans are, inter alia, cowards and chumps; and that while many of them are really Democrats, there are no Republicans in Democrat ranks. Sounds familiar.

  • wazz 09/05/2018, 8:36 am

    A referendum to remove “Honourable” from all pollies monikers & salutations – now that would sail through in all States. I would letterbox drop my suburb for that one.

  • Clarion Call 09/05/2018, 10:42 am

    Who penned that memorable phrase: No honour among thieves? Consider two separate words: honour and able. Cannot possibly apply to our current crop of politicians. Positive words ,but a contradiction in terms, however. Today, ‘Honourable’ is a redundant prefix. Let us instead refer to them as: OFOs. (Opportunists of the First Order).

    • Joe Blogs 09/05/2018, 12:57 pm

      No-one penned it. It’s “(there’s) honour among thieves”; the implication being that thieves have their own “code of honour” (even though the “code” is based on fear / self-preservation and has nothing to do with honour).

  • Joe Blogs 09/05/2018, 2:05 pm


    Bring in another sludge pump to drain the billabong more quickly.

    BTW, Shorten, you little turd, we knew as soon as you opened your trap about Labor’s vetting system that you were lying yet again.

  • Clarion Call 09/05/2018, 4:09 pm

    Blogsie, Correct on all counts. Old age and good memory are often lost partners. I now have to go searching for mine at times to find out if I’m still there. Good to have experienced back-up.

    • Joe Blogs 09/05/2018, 4:48 pm

      Me too, CC. Glad the internet coincided with memory fade and self-doubt about what’s left of it.

  • Gregoryno6 10/05/2018, 8:58 pm

    In all honesty, I believe President Trump should honour Senator McCain’s wish and not attend the Senator’s funeral.
    He should send Stormy Daniels instead.

  • Popular Front 11/05/2018, 8:10 am

    Today’s selection is a bit of a horror show, three ugly leftist women headline the first three articles. aarrrgg! My eyes! My eyes!

    • Joe Blogs 11/05/2018, 4:10 pm

      Further to that idiot with the pink hair, here are some more – https://www.bodysafetyaustralia.com.au/about/

      About Our Founders & Team
      100% created and owned by intersectional feminist women, Deanne Carson and Whitney Yip.

      One of their “Strategies for the participation and empowerment of children”: “Hair on Your Front Bottom”.

  • Albert 13/05/2018, 9:34 am

    The leftist judiciary of this country have in their infinite wisdom decreed that it is not racist to attack “white” Australians in a racist manner because “whites” are in a majority in Australia.
    Try getting you head around that lunacy.

  • Gregoryno6 14/05/2018, 8:51 pm

    As the sun set over south Vietnam, Australian soldiers settled into their hastily dug, muddy fighting positions, unaware that an overwhelming attack by North Vietnamese Army soldiers was imminent.

    Some felt uneasy. Their commanders had been briefed about a strong enemy presence. Official historian Ashley Ekins says afterwards they reported feeling a sense of foreboding.

    “You won’t need to find Charlie. They’ll come looking for you,” warned one American officer.

    And they did, opening their attack about 3.30am with an intense barrage of rocket and mortar fire and following with waves of infantry, over-running some artillery and mortar positions.


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