With Tony Abbott becoming more proactive by the day and with the gay Greens determined to delegitimise marriage, the middle ground has become vacant real estate.
Here's the bad news. You have an IQ test coming up and if you fail, the consequences could be dire. The good news is that, if you read this to the end with an open mind, you should pass the test with flying colours.
Last week after 30 years, Parliament unsealed documents detailing Attorney General, Lionel Murphy’s accused criminality within the Whitlam Ministry. Murphy was just one of many… Grassby’s Mafia links, Cairns’ Communist links and Connor’s illegal borrowings were just a few instances of what probably convinced Whitlam appointee, Governor General (Sir) John Kerr, to eventually sack Whitlam.
The “Yes” mob’s tactics are about to become even dirtier as the bookies’ boards reflect their diminishing vote. The GGGGLL brigade lied when they said they didn’t want this survey because gays’ feelings would be hurt during a robust debate. No, it was that straights would wake up to the scam once the debate developed… and what they feared is now happening.
It’s hard to find a bloke in the pics of thousands of fleeing Rohingyas. Women and children, trying to avoid being raped, drowned or shot, are apparently leaving their menfolk to continue the terrorist attacks against Burmese nationals.
It’s got me stuffed. Australians hardly ever pass changes in the law by ballot. They have on only 8 of 44 occasions, and although this survey is not a referendum, or even a plebiscite, the "survey" if successful, will lead to fully gazetted legislation. So why are 70 per cent of citizens going to vote yes? But is it really 70 per cent? Or is it really about the question the pollster asked?
It’s not hard to see what the PM is all about. Simply note who he asked to compile a report on renewable energy… and that report reflected exactly his own thoughts, otherwise he wouldn’t have engaged Finkel who he already knew was a Lefty global warmist. Finkel is to Turnbull what Gonski was to Gillard. Politicians know to never commission a report unless you know exactly what that report will advise.
Can we really trust Indonesia or our Pacific neighbours? In 2017-18, the Australian Government will provide an estimated $70 million to Vanuatu and $357 million to Indonesia. Much more money is available for those who are tutored to say they fear global warming.
Harry Richardson wrote in his previous post that, “words can have different meanings”, he is so right. And the GGGGLL has recently been at the forefront in a revolution of massaging words to indicate something other than what is intended. It’s clever, it’s creative, it’s cunning and it’s meant to deceive.
Did I ever mention the fact that words are important? Did I warn you all to watch out when people start redefining words? I should have mentioned that some words are less trustworthy than others. Adjectives are particularly slippery characters.
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.