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  • ross1948 00:20 on January 26, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , ceremonies, , Scott Morrison   

    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…


    Image result for anna Wintour

    …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 11:01 on December 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Scott Morrison, ,   

    Brats Demonstrate…Their Ill-Disciplined Irresponsibility! 

  • ross1948 20:11 on March 23, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Burnside QC, , , , international court, Max Lane, Scott Morrison, ,   

    Burnside Tail-Ends Commie Toe-Rag – Wants Patriotism Prosecuted! 

    Home again,  in time to make coffee before The Walking Dead begins – but time to catch up on news from OZ!


    It’s almost unbelievable, but I keep saying that about the news. 

    Here’s a man who’s wealthy and has done immensely well out of Australia.


    burnside     Burnside, a moneyed elitist, about as far removed from the everyday realities of hard-working Aussie battlers as it’s possible to be

    The Epistles of St Julian to the Invasians! 

    You’d think Burnside QC would be at the forefront of the endeavour to defend his country from an influx of parasitic crimmigrants. Or if he likes them so much, to make room for a bunch of them under his own opulent roof!

    Yet he’s so enraged against his own people that he wants their elected leaders dragged before a kangaroo court simply for doing their best to carry out the patriotic policy for which they have overwhelming public support. 

    “I’m working on a plan to persuade the ICC to investigate the things that we are concerned about. I think the fact that an investigation was happening would have a real, chilling effect on their conduct. 


    How low can this affluent ass sink?

    His own legalice eloquence is insufficient to persuade his fellow-citizens to stab themselves in the back and open the floodgates to undesirable aliens.

    So unable to win the democratic debate, he wants to use an alien court to unleash a real chilling effect on those daring to implement the democratic decision?

    And he’s not even original, with his ‘plan!’

    It was floated a year or more ago by a self-confessed marxist agitator, Max Lane, a name perhaps familiar to older Indonesian readers as an avid enthusiast for the Red cause. 



    Jakarta Post Lets Oz Red Urge Show Trial for Morrison! 

    Lane was given lavish space by theJakarta Post (no surprise) not only to regurgitate the smear campaign orchestrated by the ABC slime  against the Royal Australian Navy…

    abc treachery

    …but to compare the Coalition Government’s defence of Australia against the queue-jumpers with Indonesia’s Orde Baru.

    As we noted before, Red Max  worked for the Australian Embassy in Jakarta, drawing his salary from the pockets of Oz tax-payers  – until he was ordered out, NOT by the Soeharto regime, but by his own superiors!



    We also noted his long unpleasant record of overtly marxist agitation.


    The Mass Upsurge in Indonesia and East Timor and Its Implications for Australian Politics

    The Activist – Volume 9, Number 2, 1999

    By Max Lane

    [The general line of this report was adopted by the 18th Congress of the DSP, held in Sydney, January 5-10, 1999.]

    Comrades, the basic proposal of this report is that the DSP substantially increase its efforts in the area of solidarity with the Indonesian revolution…http://www.dsp.org.au/node/120


    Does Burnside regard himself as a ‘comrade’ too?

  • ross1948 13:17 on January 25, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Aboriginies, Adam Goodes, , , , , , ingrate, , Jason Morrison, , , , Scott Morrison,   

    Australian of the Year? Morrison’s a Better Bet Than Croome! 




    I was referred to this topic because there are allegedly moves to appoint a prominent poofter, Rodney Croome, to be the next Australian of the Year. What has this ‘gay’ activist done to merit such a distinction?

    But then many people on the body which decides the prize title do not exactly resemble regular Australians.

    Drawn from elitist agit-prop backgrounds, as at least some of them are, it’s not exactly surprising the selection committee chose that whinger Goodes as last year’s luminary. Since then, he  has come out with divisive drivel, a case of GOODES setting a BAD example. 

    During a recent interview with the BBC, the AFL star said some Australian policies had resulted in the suppression of indigenous people and other minorities and called for better education about the country’s history.


     Gas-bag Goodes


    He also said children needed to be taught that Australia wasn’t founded by Captain James Cook.

    What a simplistic outlook!

    Australia is a country, the Commonwealth of Australia, which did not exist prior to its discovery by Cook and his Dutch and Portuguese contemporaries. It was founded by colonists under the auspices of the greatest force for good the world has ever known, the British Empire.




    Yes, there was a land-mass there, since time immemorial, but the primitive people who wandered that wilderness would, of course, never have heard the word ‘Australia.’ To deny Cook and other Western explorers due credit for what we today know as Australia is like denying Newton credit for the laws of gravity – they too were always there, but it’s thanks to Newton we have identified them.

    The said land-mass was never previously constituted as a political entity. That achievement derived from Cook’s voyages of discovery, during which he FOUND Australia, and established the British Crown’s claim on the territory. 

    Adam Goodes  – what an ingrate! Australian of the Year in 2014, but abused the honour by dissing the country which has given him such an enjoyable life!

    “I can use my position to help educate people to see through the things that they’ve been taught growing up,” he said.

    Yeah. or better still, help them get their young heads round facts, like the fame and fortune which is there for anyone in the Lucky Country to seek and find – just as he did.

    He should spend his every spare moment singing his country’s praises, not whining about his  prejudiced take on history.


    This year’s Australian of the Year? 




    I’d suggest firstly Andrew Bolt. That would at least compensate for his victimisation via the anti-free-speech laws that the Government promised to reform but bottled out to appease another sort of disloyal whinger gas-bag.

    But another man has been drawn to my attention, a young fellow still, but who speaks in language that normal Aussie folk can identify with. 

    • morrison Scott Morrison
    • The headline today probably made you think I was going to propose Scott Morrison, who is indeed a good guy.

    But no, it’s Jason Morrison I’m talking about, a journo, who has a fine record of straight talking.

    Here’s an example of what I mean –

    INTERVIEW ON CHARLIE HEBDO KILLINGS MORRISON: I’m sorry. I have to interrupt here. I’m sorry I am not going to sit here and listen to people stupidly suggest that the French or the magazine or anyone brought this on themselves. Are you for real? We have a dozen people dead, killed in the name of a religious belief and you are seriously going to even slightly justify this?
    COMPERE: I don’t think anyone is justifying anything here.
    MORRISON: Well that’s not what I am hearing. I’m hearing this vaguely worded defence that France shouldn’t have done this and Sarkozy said that two years ago, and if they didn’t draw Mohammed then this might not of happened or whatever.
    It is obscene and a gutless way of almost saying they all deserved this.
    Well if you believe that you are about as bad as the idiot who thinks the pretty girl in the short skirt is asking to be raped so she better watch out.
    COMPERE: That’s a ridiculous comparison.
    MORRISON: Is it ridiculous? Tell me how?
    It’s the “you were asking for it” way of thinking. Your logic is those who drew the pictures should have known better and should have known what the response would be.
    Where as I say, if you can’t accept that people have different views to you then maybe the problem is with you if your response is the pull out an AK and go nuts.
    COMPERE: Well, the material was designed to offend.
    MORRISON: And so what?
    A lot of what I’ve heard here today has offended me but if you’re civilised, and I think that’s a major issue with some of the people we are talking about, if you are civilised you just get on with it. We shouldn’t have to have special rules for special people.
    COMPERE: No-one is suggesting special rules just an understanding that some things are offensive.
    MORRISON: So OK, we can have a bit of fun with the Pope, with Buddha, Jesus Christ on the Cross, The Dalai Lama, The Queen, Barack Obama. Want to add to the list?
    But not anything or anyone associated with Muslims. They’re special apparently. And that’s where all this free speech talk I’m hearing falls to bits. If you defend free speech then you defend offensive speech as well. It’s real easy to stand up for the nice stuff but sometime it gets ugly and if you are fair dinkum, as we say in Australia, you stand for all.
    Now, I’m not fond of Jesus Christ jokes but if you crack one you shouldn’t fear a few goons showing up with AK47s and shooting everyone in the office dead at their desks.
    So please, spare me the justification garbage for these terrorists being upset and just responding to provocation. If you think they are even slightly justified for killing people who drew some pictures then I’m afraid you are over in their column.
    COMPERE: OK I take your point but if you deliberately set out to offend there are consequences.
    MORRISON: Yes there. People might not buy your magazine or you get nasty letters in the mail from upset people but not a dozen of your workmates dead at their desks, and here we are again talking about consequences.
    It’s back to the same argument as the pretty girl in the bar example. If you think she’s asking to be raped you are, in my view, unfit for civilised society. You are uncivilised and maybe that’s something we should be spending a bit of energy on.
    For those EXCELLENT words alone, Morrison deserves the title more than quite a few of the names read out by Tony Abbott earlier today!
    • Australian Expat 17:07 on January 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Wow, hompohobia and racism within the space of a few paragraphs. If you really wanted to be out of touch though, you could have trumpeted Abbott’s unilateral call to award Prince Philip a knighthood. Maybe he should have given you one as well, since it seems to be a day for handing out awards to foreign anachronisms and vestiges of empire.

      While we are discussing history, I would remind your Indonesian readers that “the greatest force for good the world has ever known, the British Empire” fought to continue this country’s subjugation under the Dutch during the Battle of Surabaya, resulting in the deaths of as many as 16,000 Republican fighters.

      All this will do is galvanize opinion in favour of an Australian republic, which is inevitable.


  • ross1948 20:41 on November 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: fat brothers, , , , Scott Morrison, ,   

    Oz Pork Exports to Syria? Great – Fat Pigs Make Easy Targets! 

    Sydney Brothers ‘Too Fat to Fight’ for ISIS?  https://au.news.yahoo.com/nsw/a/25534733/sydney-brothers-too-fat-to-fight-for-is/

    Isn’t it strange how people make excuses for slimy sectarian scumbags who slope off to join ISIS? It’s a drag reading how they’re really ‘nice, quiet’ kids. 




    They’re not. They cannot be unaware in this internet world of the fundamental evil they’ve chosen to cleave to.

    ISIS = Rapine, Slavery, Murder…and Treason!

    These ‘kids’ are exactly what Scott Morrison says they are, ‘enemies of Australia,‘ blood-thirsty bigots, traitors to the country that has given them homes and schools, and college, every chance of a good life in the Lucky Country, if only they’d wanted to make the most of their opportunities.

    Instead these ‘Australian’ swine take up arms to fight Queen and Country.



    But this link does at least afford us a grim grin, at the thought of slobby fat wannabe terrorist creeps soaking up ISIS halal rations and affording decent folks, like the brave Kurds, large targets, hard to miss if silhouetted against the hot Middle Eastern sun. 

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