Oh, that’s right, there isn’t a bloody Bill is there? Maybe some galah in WA has knocked up a private member’s Bill but that’s going nowhere while Gay Green GetUp fingers hover above keyboards anticipating an ability to tell their adopted kids they had a say in iconic queer legislation.
It matters not what the High Court decision is today, the LGBTIQ supported by the GGGGLL (Gangrenous-Gay-Green-GetUp-Labor-Left) will not give up their dreams of a borderless, manless, genderless, carbonless, wonderworld of pillow-biting butterflies, bisexual birds and bees, queer quolls and transvestite polyintersexers.The fight is on regardless!
Well, I have been rabbiting on here about North Korea’s connection to Iran ever since Obama gave Iran a free path to nuclear weapons. I doubt the Administration at the time gave a moment’s thought to the Zika Kid and his close nuclear association with Iran.
Don’t know about you but I was always up at all hours watching international sport where our athletes invariably excelled. Golf, tennis, yachting, rowing, soccer, rugby, gridiron, skiing, boxing and the list goes on while the results go down.
My little boy took me to his school yesterday for a fathers’ day barbeque. We got through two sausages each before he showed me his school desk and what he has been doing all year.
These are the filthy tactics of the degenerate “yes” pack. This is the headline on News.com.au yesterday describing the first of the “no” ads: “The controversial past of mother-of-four who appeared in advertisement against same-sex marriage”
At every nuclear and ICBM test Kim Jong-Un has conducted he has entertained Iran’s military brass in lavish style. Pyongyang no longer needs China to the extent it once did as the luxury items Kim Jong-Un needs for himself and to keep his military chiefs at bay can easily be imported from Iran or its cooperative friends Russia and Turkey who gladly defy UN sanctions to import North Korea’s exports.
A predictably sycophantic Sydney Morning Herald asked: “Is this Australia’s ‘Martin Luther King moment’?” when Stan the Tanned Man gave a speech earlier this year to highlight the divide between Australia’s Aborigines and undeserving, genocidal White invaders.
Yusuf Islam (AKA Cat Stevens) is just one of a long line of aged and tired performers who can no longer make a quid in the big market. He is plying his way down under to get a few dumb buggers to pay for a seat to listen to him. This Muslim Cat has converted to Islam and if I were you I’d demand my money back when he asks you to join him in an interval prayer session facing Mecca.
And now some doctors in Melbourne are expressing the case against toddlers’ vaccinations to their patients who are genuinely asking for information. Incredibly the doctors have been ordered to stop giving their opinions or have their licences to practise cancelled.
Gay marriage is the hot topic of debate these days. It seems like everyone is talking about it and most people who are prepared to voice an opinion seem to be in favour. To be honest, it isn’t a subject I have much interest in. However, something about this whole debate has my spider senses tingling.
My Dad calls you the Stick Insect because he said you would need to run around under the shower to get wet. Mum calls you the Stick Insect because she said you eat your partners’ heads off after sexting with them like you did with Mr Abbott. Anyway I need your help Ms Bishop.
Every government America has established and nurtured in the Islamic world has turned out worse than the regime it overthrew. Something is missing in Trump’s plan for the Taliban’s demise and it is a little red poppy.
When you look into his dark, blank, emotionless eyes you see a man engaged only within the restricted parameters of a blind ideology. An ideology he can’t see beyond, that is embraced only by the far left of Labor, the Greens, many Liberals and the UN.
The High Court has already made it quite clear when it held in 1999 that holding Dual Citizenship with another country was a breach of Section 44 of the Constitution.
For those on this site who defend the Governor General, Peter Cosgrove, please turn your attention back to 2015 and our Australia day. It’s a day that sticks in my craw because of where our Governor General decided to be that was, for him, more important than our one day of the year.