Tag: parliament

  • No Conor, Australia is not falling to COVID dictatorship

    No Conor, Australia is not falling to COVID dictatorship

    In 2020, American governments decided that it was acceptable to overwhelm their health system, permanently maim a potentially innumerable number of people with post-COVID syndrome, while slaughtering six hundred thousand of their own people in defence of their citizens’ right to go to a Denny’s. In 2021, the Australian states, who decided not to accept this outcome, ordered restaurants to use Uber Eats and click-and-collect: How utterly Orwellian?

  • Could one stack The New Liberals?

    Could one stack The New Liberals?

    Victor Kline, leader of The New Liberals, an upstart party which seeks to replace the Liberals on the centre, tweeted to those seeking to join the party, but who were unable to pay the party’s modest $50 a year fee ($10 for unwaged people), that there were generous benefactors who would “sponsor” their fees. The […]

  • You can break the law. Just don’t break my rules.

    You can break the law. Just don’t break my rules.

    On Sunday, Bridget McKenzie finally resigned from the ministry, but not for stealing $100 million dollars of Sports Australia’s money to run a re-election slush fund. It was a technicality: her membership of a clay target shooting club to whom she gave a grant constituted an conflict of interest in breach of the ministerial code.

  • Abbott calls for “special courts” for returning jihadists

    Terror needs to be dealt with. With the presumption of innocence intact.