Yoko Ono, when asked, said of Hillary, “We met many times during the New York Vietnam War protests in the 1970s, and became very intimate. We shared many of the same values about sexual equality, fighting against the authoritarian, patriarchal, male-dominated society we were raised in”. “We had a brief romantic fling when I was with John in Manhattan and Hillary was studying at Yale”, she told reporters at a press conference.
The more than 30 year old allegation by a now 74 year old woman who says, “I was not that upset if he had stayed above my waist”, sounds a little accommodating of the Don's advances. And the differing story about her disappearing first-class armrest and that, “when he put his hand up my dress I was out of there”. It all appears a little too much fabricated indignation.
Again the police publicly maintain that young Muslims are being radicalised and deradicalised. This contention is about as naive and inept as their handling of the Lindt Cafe siege. Deputy Police Commissioner, and the very average Cath Burn, again tried to suggest yesterday that the Muslim community is needed to “dob in” its radicalised youth. And that shows Commissioner Burn’s basic misunderstanding of Muslims and what Islam means.
So here we go again in the doldrums that follow the footy finals. Fourth grade ethnic soccer scores spilling over from SBS, our Test batsmen couldn’t hit the water if they fell out of a boat, politics confined to gays and dishlickers... all that’s left of any interest is the US elections.
I first met Derryn Hinch at the SMH and I took an immediate dislike to his small man’s arrogance. It’s fair that I say that because this piece is about the ugly side of Hinch and his willingness to go anywhere or do anything to get his face noticed and his predatory nature (he will call it skills) with women... and I have no time for Kiwis anyway.
What’s most annoying is that people I have known in the media and politics displayed shock and horror at Trump’s pussy clip. Yet these blokes have conveyed their lascivious wont to me over a particular female during a visit to a urinal, and now they choose to play the holier than thou role.
Former Senate President of Haiti, Bernard Sansaricq, told a destitute crowd of dehydrated, hungry and homeless Haitians that the Clinton Foundation had stolen "billions" from the Haiti relief fund following the 2010 earthquake that left more than 300,000 people dead due to their flimsy shelters and structures, and an outbreak of cholera.
If you travel around 1100k north from Adelaide you will find a dotted line that separates SA from NT. Rub it out. Then travel another 200k north and declare Alice Springs the new Capital of SANT. Shift every Tasmanian to SANT and repopulate Tasmania with endangered species including Kevin Rudd who is still searching for a meaningful role as a leader of something. Pobblebonk frogs will do.
We’ll need to wait to see if Theresa May is great but she is making the right noises considering she campaigned against Brexit. Even the dumb Poms know when they are being ripped off by the EU Globalists and Tony Abbott is there to tell them how to stem the flow of illegal immigrants sucking their welfare budget dry while establishing Shariah ghettoes.
Has anyone noticed lately a willingness by some sections of the media to discuss Islamic rorting of our welfare system? Not the ABC of course, they still believe the age pension is causing the welfare blowout.
So how come a majority voted for it? Well, we thought the gay community might act honestly, but no chance of that! And now the gays themselves have worked out that they are in a tiny minority with no chance of achieving their dishonest ambition to scrap the Marriage Act for everyone except those of neutral, same, binary, confused, or in the process of confused, gender.
I was shocked and disappointed to see the result of last week’s Essential poll which found that 49 per cent of Australians are now opposed to Islamic immigration into this country. How could this have happened I wondered? I found myself agreeing with Muslim activist Mariam Veiszadeh (below) and thinking that perhaps there had been a mistake. Maybe the poll was wrong!
The Western Bulldogs (originally Footscray) is the team of a struggle town out west and coming from seventh position to beat the Swans is a bridge far too far. I always barrack for the underdog, but not this time, because not only have I always been a Swans fan but the Western Bulldogs is Julia Gillard’s team and she has had enough good fortune (monetarily) since Rudd and Shorten flicked her.