Following 9/11, President Bush junior turned to Vice President Dick Cheney and said, “We are at war and somebody is going to pay”. Was that a declaration of war? No, it was incandescent rage and a promise of retaliation that took ten years to accomplish. So is Trump serious about the Islamic threat? The Left is certainly not.
There has been little joy in the Liberal Party lately and Turnbull has just given Shorten a free kick with another case of massive misjudgment equal only to Gillard’s and Rudd’s.
Australia has two men, whose only ambition is to be PM and nothing else, and they are starting to leave a sick taste in our mouths. Wherever Shorten moves, Turnbull shuffles into roughly the same safe, uncritical position, leaving an even greater chasm on the Right. And the Right now owns the future.
The UN’s global warming hoax, Islam and a bloke called Putin are the three main targets of Poseidon’s trident, and Trump is sending the Left crazy with having to accept that he will do what other politicians won’t... fulfil electoral promises, and put the world back on an even axis without a cataclysmic Left skew.
Come join me and some other more respectable people in raising money to defend Kirralie Smith from that unAustralian halal certifier, Mohamed El-Mouelhy. El-Mouelhy has been found to have transferred money from certifying our products to terrorist organisations.
As with most Government orchestrated awards it’s the Awards councillors themselves who seek the notoriety necessary to continue the funding. “Controversial” is the paramount asset for budding Australians of the Year. It gives the media something to talk about and in a year’s time the substance has waned and only the Awards themselves are remembered.
With the encouragement of Cricket Australia and ex-NSW Premier Mike Baird, Test cricketer Usman Khawaja discarded the VB and Four X logos on his gear. Khawaja is the first declared Muslim to wear the baggy green and part of his kit is a well-worn prayer mat that is used five times a day in front of perplexed team mates. But there are inconsistencies in Khawaja’s stance.
Media of course overestimated numbers but there were quite a few hairy arm pits and braless sheilas who accounted for around half the crowd. The other half were possibly men... it was hard to tell. And the cute kids appeared immune to the filthy chants and placards. We suddenly realise just how good Hollywood makeup artists are when people like Madonna take the mike.
Token Fox News and ABC rabid Leftie, Dee Madigan, is still promoting anything that will upset the majority and give her more air time to flick her apparently seldom-washed hair at the millions who detest her.
Either of two cavernous openings in Turnbull’s Ministry await Tony Abbott and either would be a perfect fit. Tony Abbott would bring more experience to the highly unionised flop that is the Health portfolio than any other Conservative in the country. In Defence he would have the rare testicular fortitude necessary to rein in the out of control Russell Hill PC Chiefs.
Californian journalist, Michael Hastings, was working on a story about CIA Director John Brennan’s conversion to Islam and another CIA operative who had converted to Islam, Andrew Warren. The journalist died in a suspicious fiery auto accident in California in June 2013, just three months after Obama had appointed Brennan as CIA Director.
Sussan Ley, Julie Bishop, Mathias Cormann and a dozen others remain sweatingly unexposed so far, but those who have been exposed are only the hated Conservatives. Fairfax is at it again with their phalanx of work experience Leftie reporters (not journalists) supported by the Guardian, news.com.au and people like Laurie Oakes.
There may be a torrent of anti-Trump drivel emanating from the Left media in the US and here but there’s more to their, and our, intelligence Agencies that all remain locked into former Left governments’ retarded ideology. The trouble for Trump, and whoever follows the hapless Turnbull here, will be those statutory appointments like the HRC’s Triggs, ASIO’s heads, the ABC’s and hundreds of others attached to Government departments.