40 thoughts on “For our Aussie Charioteers”

  1. OK, here we go –

    It is a triumph of far-left doctrine over common-sense and logic. One heck of a lot of background is required to even begin to understand what Juliar is doing, but this article may give you some reasonable inkling of the idiocy involved.

    The ‘Malaysia solution’ has not given her a boost, nor will it even begin to solve the problem she has created with illegals (“boat people”) by scuppering Howard’s earlier policy She is more unpopular now than any Australian PM has been – ever – and her standing in the polls continues to decrease.

    The entire fiasco highlights the confidence trick that the Labor/Union crims played on the Australian Public at the last Federal Election with the assistance of a vanishingly small number of Greens – who now are in command of government policy, would you believe?. Bob Brown is the de facto PM.

    Australia is in one of the worst political messes it has ever been in, but short of assassination (not the Australian way) we shall be forced to wait for another two years before we can sling them out on their ear. Imagine how much damage they can do in two years. Our economy is already suffering from the effects of her ridiculous carbon tax – even though the legislation has not yet been passed!

  2. Sheona – Bearsy’s words are as close as we can get to an answer …. not one single Australian understands just what the hell Julia is up to … she has most certainly proved to most of us that she is not and has never been leadership material.

    The woman makes a terrible Prime Minister .. she listens to everybody else and has no idea what she’s doing.

    This really is the worst political mess our country has ever been in, personally I blame it all on exterior forces trying to ruin our new found status in the world.

  3. why do we the people allow these morons in and then let them stay.

    Hang the lot of them from telegraph poles by their testicles (men) and nipples (women) and let the crows or other indigenous birds have their way with them.

    Everyday I am more certain that anarchy is the best way, where we can let common sense rule us.

  4. ricksrant :

    why do we the people allow these morons in and then let them stay.

    Perceived voting intentions I imagine, in much the same way that Labour let so many immigrants into the UK. I really hate socialist politicians.

  5. Are there polling booths on Christmas Island, do you suppose? What annoys me is the whining of these people who are given board and lodging by Australia while their cases are being processed. They do not seem to understand they are uninvited guests and it ill becomes them to complain about their hosts.

  6. Donald :

    ricksrant :

    I am talking about politicians, not boat people, ….I don’t know though maybe both.

    Both sounds good to me :-)

    yeh probably right.

    Sheona we get the same all the time, they complain about a council house not being big enough to house their 14 kids when people in private house can’t afford 14 kids (nor want them I hope)

  7. From Sheona’s link, “Many refugee claimants held at Australia’s Christmas Island detention centre have expressed frustration at long delays and overcrowding.”

    Getting uppity already and they haven’t even reached mainland Australia yet! Indonesia or wherever you came from is thataway, people. I know there are liberals in Australia, some greens in Canberra and even a few dykes on bikes in Sydney, but I sincerely hope my favoourite country in all the world doesn’t make the same mistakes as those perpetrated in the land of my birth.

    OZ

  8. OZ – there are a few ‘useful idiots’ in Australia, but Bruce and Shelia are dead against it still. The left-wing media (including the ABC) are trying to encourage the ‘useful idiots’ by screaming “racist” and “bigot” and “warmist” at sensible folk, but so far the reaction is “Don’t be silly”. The thing is, we’re so multi-ethnic now that “Bruce and Shelia” are probably Korean and Vietnamese in appearance, so it’s a bit hard to get the “racist” slur to stick. 😆

  9. They come on boats and not a single fishing rod amongst them …. what do they eat on the way over? Also how can poor people afford the boat trip? … the smugglers aren’t cheap.

  10. Four-eyed English Genius :

    Perceived voting intentions I imagine …

    Actually no, FEEG. It’s international arse-licking, if it’s anything. And possibly fear of Indonesia. Cultural cringe stuff, wound up by Uni profs who cherish their TV time.

    There are too few immigrants per year for any significant effect on votes. – and the majority integrate and assimilate quickly, picking up from both sides of politics.

  11. Bearsy @ 13. Naughty bear! 🙂 On a serious note I did notice that every time I returned to Australia all the people I met, of whatever ethnic origin, spoke English with an Australian accent and were working. That is how it should be, so don’t let your gubmint and the establishment begrudgers ruin it.

    OZ

  12. Ref.# 13, your ‘joke’ may make you chuckle but I doubt whether its butt will be amused.

  13. Bearsy :

    OZ – there are a few ‘useful idiots’ in Australia, but Bruce and Shelia are dead against it still. The left-wing media (including the ABC) are trying to encourage the ‘useful idiots’ by screaming “racist” and “bigot” and “warmist” at sensible folk, but so far the reaction is “Don’t be silly”. The thing is, we’re so multi-ethnic now that “Bruce and Shelia” are probably Korean and Vietnamese in appearance, so it’s a bit hard to get the “racist” slur to stick. :lol:

    I suppose, then, that it is much like in the USA where some of the most ardent opponents of illegal immigration are legal immigrants, especially from Latin America and Asia. (By the way, the problem in the USA is really, really bad. Before the economy crashed there were about as many illegal immigrants in the USA as there were people in Australia)

  14. OZ – #17 – sorry, mate. 😉
    Even if they have problems with the language or the accent, they have usually picked up the ethos correctly.

  15. And when patience finally runs out you can quite see how it ended up with gas chambers once before.
    What I seriously cannot understand is why developed countries do not try to stop them being born, all this ‘Save the Children’ crap. Why? They grow up to become immigrants.
    The whole bloody thing beats me, like turkeys voting for Christmas.
    Australia is only following everywhere else on earth. It has got to the point that you cannot get away from brown immigrants virtually anywhere unless the environment is cold and wet, that keeps them away.
    Be interesting to know how many ever want to go to Tasmania compared with the hot mainland.
    Not many, I’ll be bound.
    Any takers for Tierra Del Fuego?

  16. Bearsy – Totally agree that the ethos is everything – it is something we saw everywhere else in the world, but when we landed at Thiefrow after three years away we were met by two passport control queues, one for EU nationals and one for ‘others’. “Welcome to the United States of Europe”, I quipped to Zangada as I handed over our passports.

    The lady with the, ahem, dusky hue and the headscarf (I kid you not) behind the counter bristled. “If it wasn’t for the European Union”, she declaimed, “you’d be queuing in the foregners’ channel”, an answer that was wrong on so many levels that Zangada had almost to rugby-tackle me to the ground to keep a white, middle class-ish, married, passport-carrying Englishman arriving back in his own country from this smug harridan’s throat.

    As I have said before, better a stranger in a strange land than a stranger in your own.

    OZ

  17. Both Boadicea and I have had similar experiences, and not only at the immigration desk 🙄

  18. tocino :

    Are you happy on this site Janus?

    Thank you for asking, Toc. Yes. Cf. Araminta’s #26

    Arrers. you’re welcome! 🙂

  19. Bearsy :

    Four-eyed English Genius :

    Perceived voting intentions I imagine …

    Actually no, FEEG. It’s international arse-licking, if it’s anything. And possibly fear of Indonesia. Cultural cringe stuff, wound up by Uni profs who cherish their TV time.

    There are too few immigrants per year for any significant effect on votes. – and the majority integrate and assimilate quickly, picking up from both sides of politics.

    I bow to your local knowledge, Bearsy. None the less, the bit about UK immigration IS true, and some ex Labour MPs have admitted it. I still hate socialist politicians.

  20. christinaosborne :

    And when patience finally runs out you can quite see how it ended up with gas chambers once before.
    What I seriously cannot understand is why developed countries do not try to stop them being born, all this ‘Save the Children’ crap. Why? They grow up to become immigrants.
    The whole bloody thing beats me, like turkeys voting for Christmas.
    Australia is only following everywhere else on earth. It has got to the point that you cannot get away from brown immigrants virtually anywhere unless the environment is cold and wet, that keeps them away.

    Be interesting to know how many ever want to go to Tasmania compared with the hot mainland.
    Not many, I’ll be bound.
    Any takers for Tierra Del Fuego?

    I live in Tasmania once, and yes, as a child my dad once took me to Tierra del Fuego. I’m also a brown skinned South American who would just love to spend sometime at your home.

    You wouldn’t mind me would you, Christina? Especially since I just happen to have that lovely brown skin you are so much in love with, especially since all that land you live in once belonged to us before you “migrated” there. 🙂

  21. CO, your obvious preference for light skinned immigrants explains your move to the wilds of NW USA. I can’t wait for Donald to move in next door to you.

  22. Totally off topic, but it’s my post. So glad to see Cadel Evans in yellow. He seems to have been there or thereabouts for the past few years. Hope nothing goes wrong tomorrow. Sorry I can’t wish for Mark Webber to win tomorrow as well, Bearsy.

  23. Why should I care about an American actor, Sheona? And what’s he doing tomorrow?
    Puzzled in Forest Row

  24. Dear Puzzled of Forest Row,

    Seems you can’t see the trees clearly. Cadel Evans is an Aussie cyclist who is poised to win the Tour de France tomorrow. He’s been around for a few years, so I’m glad to see him finally winning (fingers crossed). And Mark Webber is an Aussie Formula 1 driver. Dear me, if it doesn’t wear white and hit leather with willow, some Aussies just don’t want to know.

  25. Staying off topic Sheona – I can’t help myself! I have tried to educate Bearsy in the joys of rugby too in the past – to no avail!

    Will the tour do it’s usual procession tomorrow or will they race? Good to see an Aussie rather than one of the usual suspects. I has very surprised to hear that the guy in yellow up to the day before yesterday hasn’t actually won a stage yet. Seems a little odd to me!

    As for Webber – good racer but doesn’t have enough between the ears psychologically. Vettel or Hamilton for me. I’m hoping for rain so Jenson can get up there and DiResta took a hot on his set up in anticipation of rain which would be interesting!

    Quiet night at work so far…. 😀

  26. No, cuprum, it’s Fernando for me, with Di Resta second if you like. He is a Scot after all. Hamilton will probably take Webber off in his overeagerness.

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