F— You Too, Sydney Morons! Riot ‘Students’ Need Language Lessons!

I’ve been impelled to look through Oz news today after a most peculiar euronews item last night, which depicted a bunch of foul-mouthed morons trying to force their way into a building to which they clearly had no right of access.

When police prevented them, the cameras focused on the spoilt brats wailing about their consequent discomfort.

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  • The euronews footage, imbecilically, was accompanied by the words ‘No Comment,’ so viewers were left to figure out what the heck was going on.
  • Which is how I’ve spent the last thirty minutes or more, working on the basis of the only substantial clue the stupid tv channel provided, the New South Wales police uniforms, which I recognised from my frequent visits to the ( increasingly very arguably ) Lucky Country!


  • University student Anna Amelia (2nd from left) and Bridget Holly ( 4th</li><br /><br /><br /><br />
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<p>from left,blue hair) are comforted by friends after being pepper<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
sprayed by NSW police when University students storm the Sydney<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
Masonic Centre on Goulburn street, where Education Minister<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
Christopher Pyne was giving a speech. The students were protesting<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
against the governments higher education reforms. 13th February,2015.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
Photo Kate Geraghty</p><br /><br /><br /><br />
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    • Turns out the wailers were ‘students’ – evidently without qualifications in civics or civility – protesting about some new education reforms, and the meeting was a lecture, to which they’d indeed not been invited, by Australia’s Education Minister, Christopher Pyne.

    Even the lefty SMH had to report the truth, that police acted to keep the students from storming the building. The protest had up to then been peaceful. Chants rang out such as, “Chris Pyne,  f— you, we deserve a future too.”


    Well, actually, they DON’T deserve a future in subsidised higher education, if that’s how they behave. 

    Students are of course entitled to march and stage protest meetings, assuming their home-work assignments are up-to-date!

    They’re not entitled to barge into whatever private property they choose, nor to disrupt other people’s meetings.  

  • They are not above the law.