June 05, 2003


Andrew Bolt on tax mooch and blame-Australianoid Alison Broinowski:

It feels far more virtuous to savage rich capitalist whites for their "racism", than to criticise brown racists for blowing such whites to bits.

No doubt Broinowski would characterise this as another example of what happens when Australia “invites the region’s contempt”:

An al-Qaeda plot to assassinate mining magnate Joseph Gutnick in Melbourne has been revealed.

Intelligence sources last night confirmed they knew of a terrorist plot to bomb Mr Gutnick's home in St Kilda before the September 11 attacks on America.

Posted by Tim Blair at June 5, 2003 02:11 PM

What is predictable Broinowski is: those Asutralians who'd like to see ratbags such as your goodself kicked of the sump hole of government largesses. Secondly, along with ABaghdad Communisto heaven, the Yartz Council also kicked off what apparently is regarded as nothing but a milch cow with big udder and umpteen teets, good ol taxpayer.Go Bolt.

Posted by: d at June 5, 2003 at 02:34 PM

What is so disapointing is that John Howard doesn't have the courage to kick Alison Broinowski and her comrades off the public payroll. It would be a vote-winner.

Posted by: Mike Hunt at June 5, 2003 at 02:57 PM

Mr Hunt

John Howard has got rid of plenty of the lefties that were sucking on the Government teat in the days of Keating and Hawke. That's why they hate him. Apparently, back in 1996 the new Finance Minister John Fahey told his public servants that he wanted to end all sorts of Government programmes, such as TUTA that gave free money to the Trade Unions, that were being milked by pressure groups. They asked him whether he meant that they should just wait until these programmes had run their course, and he said "what part of the word 'now' don't you understand." Hence, a whole lot of wanky "community groups" have been very quiet since 1996.

Posted by: Peter at June 5, 2003 at 03:53 PM

Are they sure it wasn't Neil Balme plotting the assassination?

Posted by: pezza at June 5, 2003 at 04:07 PM

Irksome to fess up, but the allusion, Neil Balme, escapes one. Please expand pezza.

That snippet, Peter, cheers the cockles of the heart but... it seems doughty Fahey was only scraping some surface muck off. More to go yet. And that includes those other sumps, local councils.

Last night , I had a thrilling dream, wish one could video tape dreams .Some of Ghengis Khan's cavalry rode into Spring Street and,no, one believes one need not relate what happened next.

Besides, I want to keep the action bits in reserve -for a Bollywood blockbuster.It will be difficult finding a good lead actor:who could pass up Yul Brynner.Looking at the mugshots these days ..well, so far, one passes.Any suggestions anybody?

Posted by: d at June 5, 2003 at 04:23 PM

Gutnick gave Neil Balme the sack as Melbourne coach a few years back. Balmey was none too happy. Just a poor attempt at humour that's all.

Posted by: pezza at June 5, 2003 at 04:40 PM

Deport her to the US! She is smoking hot, right?

Posted by: Dylan at June 5, 2003 at 05:01 PM

Talking of wasted monies, have you heard about the "artist" (bludger, unemployed, inflated ego) who took $8000 odd dollars of tax-payer funds to make GOLD, SILVER and DIAMOND rings to be dumped around Melbourne as a "statement" ("I'm so important!! Here Me! See Me!! I'm an artist!! Yes really you fuck!!) about consumerism. I just cannot see the worth or the point of such an action.

Back to the point. All those who hate Australia- Fuck right off then. Don't agree with goverment policy - fine, no one does all the time. On the other hand, if you bag Australia or Australians then you should expect to become a focus for all the pent-up anger many feel against Left-wing, irresponsible....I'm about to rant, I'll be here all day. Needless to say, She's wrong, I'm right, can I have a grant please?

Posted by: Jake D at June 5, 2003 at 05:08 PM

Pezza, recondite but bloody good when the penny has dropped.Keep it up Pezza.

Dylan for head of C.I.B., brilliant work sniffing the lead from, `blowing...white..bits.'
Yay, Modo strikes again.

Posted by: d at June 5, 2003 at 05:11 PM

Pauline Hanson wanted to stop all government funding of the arts. If only John Howard had stolen that policy, instead of her one about subsidising inefficient (sugar) farmers.

Posted by: Mike Hunt at June 5, 2003 at 05:24 PM

An objection can be spotted, the risk it could start of another round of mutterings about a ...
stolen..generation... of ...good....ideas.

Posted by: d at June 6, 2003 at 11:31 AM

Tim, does it depress you that your readers have turned out to be as illiterate as Margo Kingston?

Posted by: doctor kelly at June 6, 2003 at 06:28 PM

yeh howcome she get to rite for the austrayan and i hav to put up wif hippys and doll bludjers at the ces when i get mah ozstudy!!!1!1! im just as smart as her and cuter two

Posted by: Yobbo at June 7, 2003 at 02:54 AM

d, I like you, but I have no idea what you said to me. CIB is Commonwealth Immigration Bureau? I'm guessing out of my ass here.

Posted by: Dylan at June 9, 2003 at 06:31 AM

Dylan, like you too. Criminal Investigation Branch of blunebottles.Deucedly clever putting blowing white bits and smoking hot together, is is heavy stuff, the big league in crim detection.
Brilliant dec. work.Thus, Dylan for boss of CIB as oppposed to the other lot.
Mind, there might be merit in Dylan for Comm.Imm.Bureau - not sure what to make of that lot letting into Australia those Islamo-fascist terrorists ;hmm, then the police for not arresting and charging them and throwing them in prison, on conviction of course.

Posted by: d at June 10, 2003 at 04:38 PM