HENDERSON GIVES MARR A SHIRTFRONT
Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.
I was tempted to use a different headline; “Shirtlifter Gets Shirtfronted” but that would have been grossly homophobic, so I will stick with that one.
The darling of the ABC and the gay community, the sexually- and intellectually-confused David Marr, was once again caught out lying by his nemesis, Gerard Henderson, on the One sided Insiders, and for once it was good television.
Token conservative, and outnumbered by three-to-one panellist, Gerard, has once again punched above his weight in bringing the rampaging Lefty Marr to heel over his dishonesty.
It was unintentionally good viewing as Henderson refused to allow Marr to exhibit his supercilious bias despite the support of nauseating Lefties Fran Kelly and Barrie Cassidy.
The ABC’s canonisation of Gough Whitlam and the It’s Time campaign has left many viewers close to retching, and another It’s Time campaign is gathering a head of steam in respect of a scandalous ABC, free from accountability.
I know of no other publicly funded organisation where half its budget is usurped with bloated, out of control and unjustified salaries.
It’s Time that Malcolm Turnbull resigned from his presidency of the “Friends of the ABC” club and got on with reforming the public broadcaster.
It’s Time that a free-wheeling ABC stopped flaunting its Left bias at taxpayers’ expense. It’s Time it stopped thumbing its nose at free-to-air television and newspapers that are confined to death row while it increases its own advertising budget by 40 per cent.
It’s Time the Managing Director of the taxpayer-funded arm of the ALP, ex Fairfax person, Mark Scott, was prevented from paying himself in excess of $800,000 per annum.
It’s Time Malcolm Turnbull ceased his love affair with the unrepresentative media mutant and resigned to allow someone else the task of reforming it.
It’s Time the duopolistic SBS and ABC were amalgamated and forced to survive on a combined budget of $500,000,000 with limited advertising.
That’s a saving that would more than cover a modest pay rise for our servicemen.
After all, the ADF is tasked with our security and they certainly wouldn’t think of spending it playing partisan politics with our airwaves.