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  • ross1948 04:26 on January 8, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Invasion Day' hogwash, Australia Day   

    Don’t Let The Left Bash Australia’s Big Day! 

    Imagine the irrationality that motivates some people to turn on their own home and native land, spouting hogwash…



    …about ‘Invasion Day,’ when they should be rejoicing!

    More than happy to pass this on to our Australian patriot readers…

    …and hope they will pass the message on to everyone else.

    Sign this open letter to tell Anthony Albanese and his Greens Party mates: HANDS OFF Australia Day!

    May be an image of 9 people and text that says 'HANDS OFF Australia Day ۸'


  • ross1948 14:59 on January 25, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Australia Day, , Oni the Aborigine, ,   

    BBC Matches Oz Bias Channel’s Imbalance! 

    This morning, about 8am Jakarta time, a bulky Beeb-Bint named Freya – I didn’t catch her surname and I can’t be bothered to pore over UK Pravda’s website – took a look at tomorrow’s Australia Day…

    …and OF COURSE the BBC World News travesty gave equal time to both sides of the debate on the popular national holiday.

    Just like ABC?

    .Impartial coverage!


    That’ll be right!

    A brief video clip of Prime Minister Scott Morrison…



    ….supporting the commemoration of the first landing by British vessels, which began the transformation of a vast and undeveloped land…



    …Into the advanced, civilised, modern country it’s always a joy to visit.

    A very brief video clip!

    And after Scomo?

    A fawning interview, at least twice as long as was allotted to the democratically elected PM, with an Aborigine nonentity, a whineress named Oni.

    No need to catalogue the moans and groans emitted by the Aborigine and unchallenged by bulky Freya…


    ….but was Orrible Oni’s introduction of the idea of a ‘War Crimes’ commission some new nonsense, or was she just in repeat-grievance mode.

    Just letting you know how BBC imbalance was on display again.

    • Kelly Armstrong 15:04 on January 25, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, I saw that, typical BBC,
      Same as ABC.
      Hopelessly one-sided.


    • Carly McLean 15:49 on January 25, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      She should be a nonentity but the media keep covering her raving and I am not surprised by anything she says.
      Pity her ancestors never invented any written language, so we can’t investigate war crimes from when they had their tribal wars.


  • ross1948 00:24 on January 26, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Australia Day, ,   

    Happy Australia Day! 

    Please enjoy Australia Day even more than usual and even more ostentatiously than usual.

    It’s to be hoped that the cruddy pinko scumbags who dislike the patriotic holiday…

    January 26 is a day of sadness and hurt… – Senator Sarah Hanson-Young 

    …will be further discomfitted…




    …the more real Australians make the most of it!


  • ross1948 07:00 on January 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Australia Day, , , , , ,   

    One Day On The Funny Farm – Guardian’s Oz-Day Page 

    Some of you still ask why I so often use the far-left UK Guardian as a source for my bloggery.

    It is one of the most appalling examples of the Enemy Media.

    If you are not familiar with its pinko-drivel content, here’s a snapshot from it’s Australian internet page this weekend…


    See what I mean?

    Their big story was all about how ‘tens of thousands’ of Un-Australian undesirables went a-marching ( more like a-shuffling and/or a-mincing!) to protest against their country’s national day…

    …while millions of normal Aussies got on with the seriously enjoyable business of patriotic celebration.

    But that’s precisely why I use the Guardian.

    Too many bloggers either don’t link to any source, or else to patriot/populist media that share their own goals and values. Such sources may well be accurate and reliable, like Breitbart, but their use will be cited by left-liberal attackers as evidence that we, the good guys, are just echo-chambers.

    Of course sometimes it’s inevitable that we use media that report things that the left-liberals suppress, like this weekend’s arrest of Roger Stone, covered widely by the left, gloating at the gestapo tactics, the pre-dawn-raid…



    …but not so much hue and cry over how some Deep State slug in law enforcement leaked the timing of the raid to the Trumpophobes of CNN.

    ‘Amazing coincidence’: CNN’s convenient presence at Roger Stone’s arrest raises questions
    The CNN producer at the scene said he was there on a hunch – his “journalistic instinct” kicked in… 

    The Enemy Media are quite brazen when they flout their duty as journalists…


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    …like that bigoted old German bat we often show you.

    But it’s good to use them when we can.

    If nothing else, it demonstrates due diligence on our part

    • Jacko 18:42 on January 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      What kind of people read tosh like that?
      I never touch the Guardian because I dont own a barge-pole.


    • Pamela 22:12 on January 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The Guardian is a blot on the landscape.
      That headline about the joy of being a trans-freak is a gem.
      But I do understand why you use its horror stories about us wicked normal people, and those we admire, as sources.
      Even so, it must be very hard work wading through sick sludge like that every day.


  • ross1948 00:20 on January 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Australia Day, , ceremonies, ,   

    Happy Australia Day! If You Don’t Love It, Leave it! 

    Before any of those far-left ‘GetUp’ pinko gargoyles whine that I’m not an Aussie and should not therefore comment on matters like today’s topic…


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    …let them first tell the arrogant old bat, the Anglo-American Anna Wintour, that if she’s going to visit Oz, she should tone down her intrusive and offensive pro-queer carping.



    Happy Australia Day, and well done to PM Scott Morrison, for preparing to make changes to the law, which would compel undesirable subversives on local councils to hold Australian Citizenship Ceremonies on 26 January.

    What about respect for the majority of citizens, who do not share the left’s perverse mentality  – surely it’s only a small minority of Australians who are not proud of the history that transformed a wilderness into the bright and booming Australia we see today.

    A year ago there was a poll

    Seventy percent of Australians are opposed to changing the date of Australia Day and only 11 percent think it should be moved from January 26, according to a new poll. The survey of 1000 Australians by the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) think tank also showed only 23 percent believed councils should stop holding citizenship ceremonies on January 26, with 50percent opposing the move, reports The Australian.  https://www.9news.com.au/national/2018/01/24/07/10/poll-shows-big-support-for-keeping-australia-day-date

    Respondents also offered their opinions on Australian history and national pride. Seventy-six percent declared Australia had a history to be proud of and 11 percent disagreed.

    How many of those Oz-Hater hypocrites, all 11% of the public,  feel strongly enough about whose land it is, sincerely, that they’ll hand over title deeds of their own homes to some Aborigine agitator?



    Their appeasement mind-set eerily echoes the shameful scenes in British Columbia, and elsewhere in Canada that we witnessed last year…

    Victoria, BC – Pinko Mayor Scorns Democracy! 

    …and those idiots in the USA who diss Columbus…

    De Blasio To Cut American Core Out of Big Apple? 

    ……and clearly motivated Opposition leader Shorten when he turned logic upside down, thus –

    “You sort of know when Australia Day’s coming up don’t you, when a couple of weeks before we get the annual conservative outing to put politics into Australia Day. It’s what the conservatives do to keep their base happy.”       


    Putting politics into Australia Day?

    That’s what been done by those nauseating pinkos in Moreland and elsewhere who pander to noisy shrills ( and it’s not just Aborigines involved, but marxists, an assortment of millennial morons)

    Morrison’s ministerial colleague David Coleman asked the right question.

    “Why should councils be able to stop someone who is about to become an Australian citizen from the great honour of becoming a citizen on Australia Day?”



    • Keith Milner 14:41 on January 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks, mate.
      Those councils you talk about should be abolished, or better still forced to refer their Un-Australian decisions to local referenda.
      Real Australians are really celebrating today – and tomorrow, too!


    • Uncle Oz 14:52 on January 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      My neighbour has just told me he sent you a comment so I will too.
      Australians, most Australians like the 70% in that survey, are all for keeping our country’s national holiday as it has always been.
      The ones who do not are no better than those Hizbut pigs that disrespected Anzac Day.
      They dont belong here and you are right, they should leave.
      Before they go they should do like you also say,sell off their property and hand the proceeds to some Aboriginal charity.
      Enough for now, the party is going strong.


    • Clarry Bryan 16:06 on January 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You say what I think.
      Good to read.
      I am sick of idiots wanting to change our day, our flag and everthing else and sick of all these stupid speeches at all kinds of events that get started with some prattle sbout ‘indigenous’ tribes that used to live at the place 100 or more years ago.


    • Andy Blackston 18:02 on January 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      All of us enjoying ths wonderful holiday weekend here agree with you one hundred and fifty percent.
      Our parents and grandparents and maybe two generations before that, were the people who made this a great place to be born in.
      They would turn in their graves if they heard dunderheads saying we should apologise to people who sat on the land for thousands of years and did nothing, not an inch of progress.


    • Darryl Y 19:50 on January 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      We love our country and we hate those tykes that run us down.
      If they feel so bad that we made it such a great countryto live in,then yes,they should go back to Europe or Asia or anywhere but here.
      This whole weekend is fun. The only cloud in our sky is those morons milling around howling about ‘Invasion Day.’


  • ross1948 02:02 on January 26, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Invasion Day', Australia Day, Darebin and Yarra, disloyal local councils, Fremantle, , Moreland, ,   

    Hurray! It Really IS Australia Day! 

    Make the most of your big day, Aussie readers!

    Because it could be your last!

    A load of loud asses are trying to dump it, like those creeps on four local councils whose disloyalty caused the federal government to deprive them of the right to hold citizenship ceremonies.

    Three of them are located in Melbourne, viz.. Moreland, Darebin and Yarra, while the fourth is Fremantle. They abandoned their Australia Day celebrations.



    A lot of the freakoids offensively want to rename it ‘ Invasion Day!’

    How absurd!

    Like their creepoid counterparts in the USA…


    “I was brought up in a country that relished fear-based religion, corrupt government and an entire white population living on stolen property that they murdered for and that is passed on from generation to generation.”  

    This from the multi-millionaire owner of a mansion in Malibu, among other pleasant property so far unrestored to the Red Indian ‘owners.’

    Exclusion Order for Pinko Penn, Enemy of Self-Determination? 


    …there are few of them eager to hand back land that’s in their proud possession as a consequence of the alleged ‘invasion!’

     Elsewhere, as in Sydney, normality of a sort prevails.

    Australia Day in Sydney 2018 – Australia Day Events & Fireworks

    But the creepoids may be in for a surprise, unpleasant to them but amusing to good citizens.

    Inconvenient fact: Native title can only exist if Australia was settled, not invaded


    • Uncle Oz 11:57 on January 26, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Very good, mate!
      We are enjoying our day, AUSTRALIA DAY!


  • ross1948 07:32 on August 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Australia Day, Darebin, , Kim Le Cerf, , Sally Armytage, , Yarra   

    Melbourne’s Dustbin Disgraces Australia Again 

    I do feel sorry for any decent people unlucky enough to reside in Darebin, Victoria.

    Darebin, Dustbin Of Democracy! Greens Warn Christians! 

    That’s the local authority which we renamed Dustbin after it trashed the essentials of democratic practice with plans to abuse its resources to boost the gaystapo postal ballot campaign.

    Bad enough, but now the same nasty Dustbin nutjobs have followed the unwholesome and Un-Australian example set by Yarra Council which we reported last week. Un-Australian Greens Slapped Down – Bonzer! 


    No local referendum on Australia Day in Dustbin!


    Dustbin democracy was hard at work prior to the 6-2 council vote in support of not holding a citizenship ceremony on 26 January…



    The council conducted limited consultation by distributing a survey to its 26 advisory groups.

    It received 81 responses, representing about 0.05% of the population.   https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2017/aug/22/second-council-loses-citizenship-powers-after-moving-australia-day-celebrations

    Pathetic- no referendum, no postal ballot, no genuine consultation at all with the electorate! Is there any level to which which these grotty Greens will stoop?


    Comrade Kim


    The Darebin mayor, Kim Le Cerf, is one of those far-left stuck-ups who look down their noses at normal Australians, and gets all snotty when challenged by a blonde beauty on the mockery of democracy the Greens operate in Dustbin.


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    Super Sam


    The rather nifty gal from Channel 7,  Samantha Armytage, confronted her and persistently pressed the community leader on the small survey poll and her claim that if ‘more Australians were educated, they would be ashamed of Australia Day.’


    That link will take you to a fascinating video of the interview, in which Lefty Le Cerf wriggles visibly, point-blank refusing to answer when asked if she herself would be taking the day off on the public holiday she affects to despise.



    So will she or won’t she skip her duties that day?

    Is she not only a hater of democracy but also a rotten hypocrite?

    We must wait till the next Australia Day to find out!


    • Uncle Oz 15:46 on August 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      That mayor has got above herself.
      So we are all not educated enough to be a green like her?
      I doubt you can print what I think about that so will say no more for now..


    • Keith Milner 20:58 on August 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      if ‘more Australians were educated, they would be ashamed of Australia Day?
      I am no professor but I am sure I spent as many years in school and college as she did.
      What more education do we who don’t think like her need?
      A spell in a re-education camp?
      Sounds red/green enough.


  • ross1948 12:20 on August 17, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Australia Day, , Gillian Triggs, , ,   

    Un-Australian Greens Slapped Down – Bonzer! 

    Having originally acquired my Aussie vocabulary from teenage reading of Barry McKenzie in Private Eye…


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    ….I chose the word ‘bonzer’ rather than the phrase ‘whacko-the diddle-o,’ as the space allowed for my headlines is not unlimited.

    But both are expressions of joy and joy should be every decent person’s response…



    …to the Australian Government’s handling of  a grotesque Green Party declaration of war on their own country.

    City of Yarra councillors voted unanimously on Tuesday night to move its traditional citizenship and citizen-of-the-year award ceremonies from 26 January to another date out of respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

    It will also cease to refer to 26 January as Australia Day and officially join the change-the-date campaign in its publications and social media.

    The move by the Greens-dominated council angered Canberra, which on Wednesday stripped it of its power to hold citizenship ceremonies at any time of the year.


    It doesn’t come easy to applaud a man like Malcolm Turnbull, whom I have criticised over and over again for his appeasement of undesirables…

    Wot Next, Oz? Blasphemy Law? Cut The TurnBull-Sh-t! 

    …but one must give him a ‘fair go.’ His words on the issue will surely be echoed by every decent Aussie battler.

    ...the council’s decision to change the way it commemorates the day was “utterly out of step” with Australian values.

    “On Australia Day, we recognise the greatness of our achievement as Australians,” Turnbull said in parliament on Wednesday. “To change the date would be to turn our back on Australian values”.

    One wonders if the snob elite will now resort to their usual stuck-up epithet ‘bogan,’ which they invariably deploy to diss those who dissent from their decadent agenda.

    Not content with what they no doubt believe is the imminent achievement of redefinition of marriage…Darebin, Dustbin Of Democracy! Greens Warn Christians!  …the Greens and other waster elements are now obsessed with a much more grandiose goal, the redefinition of Australia.

    If the objective is to pander to extremists among the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, then by logical extension, the very name of the country will have to go…


    …because ‘Australia’ clearly implies the ‘country in the south,’ which, to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, would have to be Antarctica!

    So will the Greens propose that Australia be renamed? Since their core values preclude democratic consultation, given their current furious hostility to both plebiscite or postal ballot…



    ,..how will such a decision be made? Perhaps they hanker after a Venezuelan marxist-style constitutional convention?

    And what would be on their new-name menu, assuming choice was even permitted?



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    The Real ‘Shock?’ Brandis Offered Trigg ANY OTHER Job! 

    …after the ghastly old bat Triggs, whose leftist rants have done so much harm to her country’s good name?

    Or how about some other horrid heroine?

    Will Hanson-Young Be Left Alone, Like ‘Woman Wailing For Her Demon Lover?’ 



    It beats me.

    Any readers got any ideas?

    • Keith Milner 12:46 on August 17, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Very good!
      If we ever got a Green Party government here, the best new name for the country would be easy for even millennials to spell and remember.


    • Uncle Oz 06:53 on August 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      If they hate Australia so much, let them go live somewhere else.


    • Jimmy Simm 15:41 on August 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I like to watch political debate about policies but it makes me so angry when they want to tear up something as above politics as our Australia Day or tear down our flag.


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