BBC iPlayer – HARDtalk: Malcolm Turnbull, former leader Australian Liberal Party

BBC iPlayer – HARDtalk: Malcolm Turnbull, former leader Australian Liberal Party.

Bearsy, would this fellow be any improvement on your Welsh ladyfriend?

Author: coldwaterjohn

CWJ travelled extensively with his family, having worked in eleven countries over thirty years. A keen photographer, holding a Private Pilot's Licence, he focuses mainly on landscape and aerial imagery. Having worked in the Middle East extensively he follows developments in that region with particular interest, and views with growing concern, the radicalisation flowing from Islamic fundamentalism, and the intolerance for opposing views, stemming from it.

9 thoughts on “BBC iPlayer – HARDtalk: Malcolm Turnbull, former leader Australian Liberal Party”

  1. “Not available in your area”

    But no matter, Malcolm’s views are well known. As the Spycatcher lawyer, he was a great bloke. As a warmist right-wing multi-millionaire, he does little for me.

    The important thing is to get Gillard the deceiver voted out and her unelected puppet-masters de-fanged, not who she’s eventually replaced by. πŸ˜€

  2. Time to bring back the unions … as an ex-union man myself I can tell you they were the only ones capable of standing up to any government and giving people what they wanted. It was the Unions that arranged for almost a million workers to visit Canberra once, they are the only ones who can do it again.

    I myself, as one of the leaders of the AFULE once paralyzed the entire country in order to get better wages for my members, today I would do it again with the demand that Julia be thrown to the white pointers …. I’d get it too! 😦

  3. Bravo – thanks very much for the proxy link. I have used proxies before, and this one looks a cut above the others, but I’m afraid we have to watch the pennies these days, so I can’t justify the expenditure on something that I’d probably only use once or twice a month. Nevertheless, thanks. πŸ™‚

  4. I wrote “Unions” not a socialist congregation! Remember Michael Costa? He used to work under me, the AWU was the Guards unions, the AFULE, with only about 5000 members, is the most powerful union in the country.

    That’s them in Queensland

    They’re the ones who run this country, convince them that Julia is wrong and they’ll finish her off single-handedly. πŸ™‚

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