I suggested May first this year as a likely date that Pyongyang would be destroyed after Trump had drawn a line in the sand in late April. That small window has closed and Trump’s confidence in China’s ability to assist in closing the Kid down has been shattered.
The Prime Minister’s recent remarks confirm his agenda… he couldn’t give a stuff what Party he leads as long as he has his eyes on the prize of an Islamic-sympathetic republic. He might bask in out-polling Shorten as preferred PM but I have a sick guinea pig that could do that.
The sale of the infamous Kerr Street property in February of 1996 could have occurred only with the agreement of Wilson’s bagman, Ralph Blewitt. He held the title. The proceeds of the subsequent sale are alleged to have gone to both.
How Pell can get a fair trial is a mystery. How alleged victims can recall dates and times from half a century ago will be problematic and a right feast for any defence counsel.
The US is falling into a universal, socialist, unaffordable, health care system like that in the UK and Oz, most of Europe of course, Asia and even South America. It seems there is nowhere else to go for the Yanks, as a core promise in repealing and replacing the doomed Obamacare is a guaranteed coverage for pre-existing conditions.
This bloke, Richmond’s Bachar Houli, should have been outed for life for the way he king-hit an opposing player off the ball, but his sentence of two weeks’ suspension by the AFL Tribunal seemed more than a little curious.
Could the evil that is Islam have caused us to introspect unfavourably over our own Christianity? Has paedophilia among our Christian instructors cast doubt on the hallowed message? Whatever the reason for the rise and rise of atheism… it is real. We are rapidly becoming less religious. So is that good or bad?
Now we know why SA shipbuilders were given $60 billion for (soon to be obsolete) submarines to be delivered in 50 years' time and why little Chris Pyne was given a higher salary to assist the hopeless Marise Payne in an unworkable joint administration of the Ministry of Defence which was well beyond her pay grade.
The three Turnbull Government ministers who correctly criticised Victorian judges over inadequate sentencing of terrorists have supposedly avoided contempt charges after they unreservedly apologised for their comments.
A grubby little sexually confused mate of Peter Slipper as a choice of chief-of-staff bodes poorly for the future decisions of Pauline Hanson. She desperately needs good advice and she won’t get it from him because he has formerly displayed a total ignorance of how the media operates. Anything Hanson says, the media will attack simply because it was she who said it!
Greens’ unabashed Communist Senator, Lee Rhiannon, declared three years ago that coal production in Australia was finished. She was justifiably laughed at and she even drew derisory comments from the media.
The Finsbury Park Mosque, one of dozens in North London, has in the past produced more than its quota of Islamic terrorists including the shoe bomber and it was targeted for its deadly reputation. Did anyone believe the Poms would not eventually fight back after the slaughter of many UK citizens by mad Muslims over the past three weeks? The Infidels are also mad, this is war so how can they be blamed? But they will be!
Why did exploratory rock-art funding dry up after it was discovered that Australia’s Aborigines were likely not the first inhabitants. And why were rock paintings destroyed that clearly showed a more sophisticated indigenous people were present prior to, and at the same time, as our Aborigines? Who was here first?
So now elected politicians need to explain to a court why a decision was criticised and why it was suggested that judges display an ideological bias? Are these fancy dressed galahs for real? Of course judges show bias, that’s why political parties appoint the buggers.