I celebrated St Patrick’s Day this year with some traditional Irish potato spirit – poitin/poteen. I even coloured it green with the help of some limes.
Category Archives: General Angriness
One of the thousand or so examples of the Abbott government’s trolling and hypocrisy is the appointment of someone who hates human rights to the Human Rights Commission with the clearly stated purpose of derailing the focus on crazy things like human rights. The hypocrisy really comes to the fore when you look at someone from a group that decries public spending living large on about $400,000 in taxpayer’s money.
My favourite part of this article was when he said “You’d rather I sit in my office all day?”
You really don’t want to know what I want you to do, Timbo.
In an of itself, Tony Abbot’s plan to push christian chaplains into schools and refuse to allow schools to use secular and qualified counselors was incredibly offensive. Where it has ended up is nothing short of a crime. Also, completely predictable. This shit show is the inevitable end point of Abbott’s sick policy.
I’ve decided to try and make a video every day in July. I’ll try to remember to post them here as well. For the first i talk about the Mafia trying to buy influence with Australian politicians. And my love for laboured acronyms.
In a shocking turn of events, conservatives who call any questioning of their racist bullshit “an attack on free speech” didn’t rush to defend someone who dare to question the orthodoxy of what is rapidly becoming the ANZAC religion. Quite the opposite in fact. I was shocked I tell you, SHOCKED, when they turned out to be filthy hypocrites.
I’m not saying I’d strangle Dr Oz if I had the chance, but apparently my friend Frank thinks I would and made this picture for me:
A former Victorian Supreme Court judge says proposed new powers for security guards at detention centres would allow them “to beat asylum seekers in detention to death” with impunity.
Victorian taxpayers have been left with a $339 million bill after the State Government reached a deal to cancel the contracts for the controversial East West Link road project.
And if you want an idea of how bad the commercial exploitation of ANZAC day has gotten, read this.