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  • ross1948 04:35 on September 23, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Anti-monarchist agitators, Australia media bias,   

    Does Ghastly Gwenda Have A Real Job? 

    So, does anybody know whether Ghastly Gwenda has a real job?

    Or is she a full-time snarly whiner, as the Telegraph report suggests.

    According to Gwenda Stanley, 49-year-old activist of the Indigenous Gomeroi people….

    “The monarch is nothing to mourn about, it is something if anything for our people to rejoice…”

    What a crass cow!

    But what we are not told in the sloppily slanted paragraphs that follow is whether she has a real job or is she one of the multitude of self-styled ‘activists….’

    …who spend their time moaning, for example about the fact that the high incidence of crime among Aboriginal ‘youth…’



    …results in a higher proportion of’ Aboriginal ‘youth’ being incarcerated.


    After all, you can be energetic and vociferous for your causes and still hold down a real job – I’ve managed that throughout my working life.


    In fact, the only ‘reporter’ named, a certain Marcus Parekh (collaborating with ‘Foreign News staff’)….


    Marcus Parekh


    …sounds like an activist himself, viz.

    The arrival of British settlers in 1788 signalled the start of two centuries of discrimination and oppression of Indigenous Australians who have inhabited the land for an estimated 65,000 years.


    Parekh should brush up on world history, which is all about the migrations of peoples over land and sea.

    Not a word about the bright, advanced, prosperous country…



    ..that’s entirely due to the people who settled there from those first British landings onwards.



    Were it not for them, there would be NO Australia for professional agitators and pinko hacks to prowl in.

    PS…Rather than rely on the Telegraph  I checked up on Ghastly Gwenda myself.

    Aboriginal Tent Embassy Caretaker counters Uluru Statement on Q&A

    Gwenda stanley

    Grotbag Gwenda, star of ABC, seems to be a fairly full-time agitator indeed.


    PPS, the usual question, to all the snotty rich Oz wokos, with lush properties overlooking Sydney Harbour etc…


    …what will they do in response to a another typical whine…

    .”We demand that they return those lands to the traditional owners.”

    …from another typical ‘activist?’

    • Kemangeroo 08:00 on September 23, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      A real job?
      You are joking, yes?


    • Carly McLean 09:47 on September 23, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      She’s a hateful person, maybe that’s why she hasnt got a real job.
      I would like to spend all my time blathering about why I get fed up with people like her but some of us need to work and earn.


  • ross1948 11:50 on January 11, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Australia media bias, , Matt Doran,   

    As Simple As ABC – Oz Media Bias Rampant! 

    Australia used to be called The Lucky Country, but in terms of tax-funded media bias, it’s as unlucky as the UK, where BBC Bias is appalling.

    I unwisely tuned into ABC just after 12 noon (Jakarta time) today, and the ‘news’ included one of the “public broadcaster’s” flunkeys, Matt Doran, a little dork inclined to chubbiness, talking about Big Tech censorship.


    ABC reporter Matt Doran's hilarious tweet at teasers of his baby-face


    Dorky Doran draws his salary from the public purse, but that certainly, clearly, does not make him feel obliged to present issues impartially. 

    He first of all did the BBC thing, wittering about President Trump’s ‘unsubstantiated’ assertions about the recent flawed election…



    …without mentioning that the US courts’ mostly, cravenly, refused to give the many distinguished plaintiffs any opportunity to present substantiating evidence.

    Then he got onto the subject of Australian MPs whom his tax-funded bosses don’t like, in particular George Christensen, a good guy whose wise words we have heard before.


    George Christensen


    That man has upset ABC and the other Left elements in Oz by dissenting from their chosen narrative. Dorky Doran could have said so, but obviously was unlikely to admit to bias.

    Or he could have said simply that Christensen posted or published controversial views.



    Instead the bigoted little left hack used the most pejorative verbs his narrow mind could come up with.

    The patriotic MP had been ‘peddling’ views, had been ‘jumping on the bandwagon,’ and had been ‘spouting’ opinions that don’t fit the ABC’s ideological hang-ups.

    Pathetic, prejudiced abuse of ABC’s position, flagrant disregard of ABC’s duty to give Australians news without a partisan slant.

    As I was tidying up my notes, the ‘news’ moved on, to let a rabid left American professor make the Media-Democrat case for banning Trump from public life, the pinko prof allowed to rant unchallenged by anyone who disagrees.

    He was a rasping fanatic, who –  without substantiating evidence – accused Trump of ‘instigating’ the trouble, and unidentified persons in Washington DC of ‘killing’ people…

    …when the most we know for sure is that it was an out-of-control police bullet that killed Ashli Babbitt, a patriotic Trump supporter.

    ABC is a damned disgrace.

    And has been for years.


    • Jim Ex Jakarta 14:49 on January 11, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Hey Ross. I read this then changed channels to see for myself. The hourly news I saw began this part with the ABC woman saying Australian politicians had ‘picked a fight’ with the Big Media censors.
      So now if you object to suppression of free speech, it’s ‘picking a fight? ‘
      As far left as CNN!.


    • Robin Barlow 17:10 on January 11, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      I feel sorry for the Australian tax-payers getting such a bad deal from all the money they are forced to invest in ‘their’ ABC.
      At the same time there’s a strange sense of relief to know that BBC is not the only state broadcaster that’s been taken over by the Left.


  • ross1948 00:02 on March 12, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Australia media bias, , comments, ,   

    Q & A – Next Monday, On Immigration? 

    Just saw an ad on the Australian channel for their Q & A, next Monday…..

    ..Gambar terkait


    ….which will have a panel including a guy – Bob Carr, whom Aussie readers will have heard of – who thinks immigration should be cut by 50%’

    Could be worth watching, if only to provide balance in the viewers’ comments facility.

    Given recent news – 


    Uppity African Calls For AUSSIES To Be Deported? 

    ..there ought to be a number of valid points to be made, about not just the numbers but the quality of migrants admitted to ‘The Lucky Country!’

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