Boris Johnson and Donald Trump are clearly the best people for their jobs.Read More
Who am I?Read More
Few believed he could convert the 60-foot heads of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln into Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley in one busy evening, but never underestimate Banksy.Read More
In his excitement about travelling in a pure white spacesuit to the all-white moon, Trump seems not to realise the trip means he will die 384, 400 km from earth. Too close for comfort for many women in the United States.Read More
Indigenous peoples of Australia, Canada, South Africa, and the US relieved their “fuck off we’re full” campaign has finally paid off.Read More
By Situation Theatre 16/7/2019
Suck it Turnbull.
The term “third chamber” was first used as a dismissive and wildly inaccurate phrase by former PM Malcolm Turnbull in response to the Uluru Statement from the Heart. 67% of Australians are now so fed up with the useless first two chambers they are calling for an all-powerful third chamber of Parliament run exclusively by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
According to polling done by the Australia Institute, 59% of Australians think 19th century phrenologists would do a better job with the Indigenous Australians portfolio than the Liberal Government, while 78% think the existing two chambers of Parliament are either “pretty shit” or “breathtakingly shit”.
The nation is confident that over 230 years of fighting for justice for their people is a better qualification for representing all Australians than the current criteria of having a blessed white penis.
Journalism degrees will be reduced from three years to a single weekend crash course in the 42,900 tweets of Donald Trump.Read More
It’s almost as if the media’s endless repetition of the dangerous and inflammatory racism of Hanson and Trump somehow isn’t conducive to a better society.Read More
The theme of NAIDOC week is Voice. Treaty. Truth. The theme of the Liberal listening tour is Trespassing. Illegally Camping. Dumping Rubbish.Read More
And lest we forget the aspirations of neo-liberal politicians to scale, gut and fillet our healthcare, education, and public transport systems.Read More
It’s the most significant finding since Homo luzonensis fossils were uncovered in the Philippines back in April.Read More
Apple technicians are working frantically to ensure people’s burning passion to never hear the words “Israel Folau” again doesn’t break their company.Read More
Standing up for Scott Morrison.Read More
Bit awkward.Read More
The self-described Opposition Leader paid his respects to John Howard yesterday for pioneering Labor’s contemporary approach to culture wars, tax cuts for the rich, climate inaction, sacrificing civil liberties, and torturing refugees.Read More
As we approach the six-year mark of the Australian Government’s regime of refugee torture on Nauru and Manus Island, The Intercept and Al Jazeera journalist Mehdi Hasan interrogated the man responsible. It should be noted that given the dangers of government propaganda on this subject, Mr Dutton’s answers have been redacted where they are deemed to pose a threat to the national interest.Read More
At least it might minimise the number of votes on neo-Nazi slogans.Read More
By Situation Theatre 2/7/2019
It’s about to get very Lord of the Flies.
Scott Morrison rules the Liberal Party in the same way Ralph commands the group of British boys soon after they crash on a remote island in the Pacific: only as a brief precursor to the Party going feral, impaling fly-ridden pig’s heads, fighting to the death, and being consumed by flames.
It is of course only a matter of time before Peter Dutton, naturally playing the part of bully boy Jack, nemesis of Malcolm Turnbull (Piggy), forms his own group of savages, and takes a scorched Earth approach to his power struggle with Morrison.
Unlike the British naval officers who intervene in this adolescent descent into barbarism at the end of the book, at least half of Australia is quite happy to watch Morrison and Dutton wipe themselves out.
It’s actually a win-win for the Liberals which combines their two great loves: ensuring tax cuts for the rich and ripping up national heritage.Read More
A Queensland man has caught Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton overindulging on the civil liberties of Australians.Read More