Zacky Mallah, who has been radicalised right here where he was born, may still spend up to 20 years in jail being de-radicalised by a few tattooed Aussie inmates.
I was dozing watching the TURC on Friday when out of the blue, the name Michael Coutts was uttered. I sat upright, “Surely that can’t be ... ”.
Liberal Party wets led by Malcolm Turnbull are screaming for the rule of law to be applied to an accused terrorist despite no rule of any law being observed by the terrorist himself. Abbott is wary of giving the judiciary final call on a terrorist’s guilt or otherwise, and for good reason... our soft Left judiciary is responsible for far too many murders as a result of their “compassionate” findings and soft sentencing.
The European Renewable Energy Foundation, a Green body supportive of all forms of renewable energy, has carried out research at Edinburgh University involving a look at years of wind farm performance data from the UK and Denmark. Their conclusion is this:
In a nutshell? It has become increasingly certain that Shorten cannot possibly beat Abbott at the next election. The Left wants Shorten gone all right, but only because it wants Abbott gone even more.
So what’s the difference between Shorten and Gillard? Not a lot really, they were both minions of union super crook Bill Ludwig, both fleeced their AWU members of millions, both were employed by dodgy Labor law firms, both were mad shaggers and both knew the exact amounts construction companies would be up for in late completion penalties.
I was brought up on Aussie rules and knew no other game so when I moved to Sydney I naturally looked for a new Aussie Rules club to play for. Someone suggested St George (it was red and white) so that was good enough for me. Got fit, got selected and turned up for my first game to witness a crowd of around seven. Bloody hell, this is Aussie Rules, where was everyone?
Bronwyn Bishop, the only defender of the faith on Q&A last night, gave a one-faceted bollocking of the despicable Ms Triggs. When Triggs responded, Tony Jones allowed time for the lying Triggs to wallow in lengthy and rapturous applause from a lopsided ALP audience.
The image of little brown paper bags at the ready to convince smugglers to turn back their boats is a quaint proposition and certainly not a Cabinet decision... not even Minister Peter Dutton was aware of the tactic when he declared it untrue. But it is true and it’s a foolish one that will reverberate between Jakarta and Canberra.
An exclusive report from an ex-staffer on Christmas Island lifts the lid on how Triggs has shockingly politicised and all but destroyed the Human Rights Commission. Her Commission’s role is now entirely untenable.
There’s a look of death in Bill Shorten’s eyes. His unconvincing anti-Abbott bravado, his confected grin and his repetitive, hollow claims that he tirelessly struggles to improve the conditions of the working man have become distant and meaningless echoes of Gillard.
Fancy the ABC’s Sarah Ferguson being able to sanitise Kev to look almost economically responsible and statesman like. You have to hand it to her, bloody marvellous. And in the end it just shows that you should never judge a book by its cover.