A true leader’s authentic gesture of solidarity becomes the latest crass marketing ploy in the hands of the failed Tourism Executive who some people call Prime Minister.
It takes a special brand of psychopathy to spend a decade engaging in opportunistic anti-Muslim attacks and then perform shock when an Australian citizen exposed to your regular propaganda massacres Muslims in their place of worship.
16-year-old girl says Nobel Peace Prize nomination diminishes her activism.
Those lifelong parliamentary pensions are not looking so secure after all.
The more taxpayer funded subsidies for plush corporate boxes in new stadiums, the more fish we can save in the Murray-Darling basin.
It’ll be so much easier to avoid public outcry about advertising on the Opera House when it’s gone.
Misogyny and climate catastrophe we can believe in.
A US-backed coup attempt to oust a democratically elected leader, orchestrated by a man with a history of war crimes and convicted of lying to congress, can only be described as heroic.
“I think the feeling you’re actually experiencing is shame. And if it’s not, it should be.”
“Sorry, so it’s pronounced ScoBo?”
“Even in slalom you can’t zig-zag as often as the former PM, but you get the idea.”
Another International Women’s Day, another heinous confirmation of the Australian patriarchy.
Meanwhile the Premier’s Spokeswoman Gladys Berejiklian has clarified the government’s visionary “Stadiums For Developers” pitch.
The only thing more delusional is his self-image as an advocate of renewable energy and fast Internet.
Much like Christmas Island prison, the government’s only reason for being is to signify cruelty.
No one is more committed to the appearance of conviction than the Prime Minister.
Who do you trust to keep paedophile priests out of prison?
The Liberal Party is a church so broad it even protects convicted paedophile priests.
Famously, Bernie and Alexandria have gained enormous popularity by being ‘fine’ with human rights abuses and endlessly equivocating over massive new fossil fuel projects.
In addition, the PM will be giving ever more incoherent speeches.
You know you’re desperately clinging to the status quo when your argument against an immensely popular democratic socialist candidate is just a list of the seven dwarfs.
Beware the invented construct of seriously ill refugees stuck on Manus or Nauru who have been convicted but not yet sentenced for paedophilia. Don’t worry about the convicted paedophiles we’re trying to set free without punishment here in Australia.
It’s also some relief that the five most recent ABC Board members, chosen by the Liberal Communications Minister, and the ABC Chair, hand-picked by the Liberal PM, all guarantee the ABC’s independence.
Unlike the many solid arguments against Peter Dutton’s baseless scaremongering, there are no valid refutations to this entirely legitimate claim.
So that’s what he means by investment in hydro.
Australians grieve for his departure, but perhaps not as much as the Yemeni mothers whose children have died in Saudi Arabia’s genocidal war.
For some years the Sydney Morning Herald pretended, Weekend at Bernie’s style, to still be alive as a serious newspaper. Judging by its PR work for the PM in recent days, it’s officially given up the ghost altogether.
PM will redirect billions of dollars away from schools, hospitals, welfare, natural disaster relief, and climate action to sort out the emergency issue of boat permits.
Super Soakers, cream pies , and rotten tomatoes also deemed appropriate.