What with nice Nazis, and the East Coast Twitterati on a jihad to bring down the Government, it’s been a busy week in Australian politics. Managing editor Dave Donovan says it's time to stop hyperventilating and learn to love the bums.
IT HAS COME TO MY ATTENTION that some reckless Australians are not sufficiently worried about the threat posed by Daesh, the barbaric death cult coming for each and every one of us. Even more concerning, it appears that when a dutiful prime minister points out the horrifying and alarming danger posed by these bloodthirsty Islamic monsters, then all the haters joyfully leap to condemn him.
This week, for instance, Prime Minister Tony Abbott made the following comment:
"The Nazis did terrible evil but they had sufficient sense of shame to try to hide it. These people boast about their evil. This is the extraordinary thing."
Exactly. The Nazis were bad, attempting to take over the world and subvert it to their warped ideology and all, but at least they had enough good manners to try to cover up their crimes. True, the Nazis may have set up hundreds of death and slave labour camps, where they starved and persecuted multitudes of people, but at least they weren’t show offs. The Nazis may have been murderous bastards on an epic scale, killing millions of people in gas chambers, but at least they didn’t post videos of their beheadings on YouTube. Yes, the Nazis did attempt to commit genocide upon Jews, Slavs, gypsies and other people they considered inferior to their so-called master race, but were they Arabs? No, they were white Catholic private school boys, who knew it would be terribly poor etiquette to unduly publicise their mass murdering.
In short, the Nazis were rotters, but at least they knew which soup spoon to use. It is, indeed, extraordinary that anyone would compare their crimes with those of the barbaric Daesh. Typical hyperventilating lefties. Just whose side are they on?
Prime Minister Tony Abbott is constantly comparing things to the Nazis. pic.twitter.com/iROIOV4MQm— Mark Di Stefano (@MarkDiStef) September 3, 2015
Speaking of hyperventilating lefties, it has also come to my attention that the mainstream media has, once again, been trying to bring down a government. This time, however, it has not been a righteous crusade to bring down a rotten, lying, leftist government, but rather the undermining of a decent free enterprise government ruled over by a physically fit former Rhodes Scholar. Moreover, it hasn’t been our democratically elected Murdoch media overlords that have been attempting to bring down said Government, but rather those Trotskyite infiltrators from Fairfax, supported by those hemp-wearing socialist bag weavers at the ABC.
Part-time immigration minister and full-time stick of celery Peter Dutton had the following to say about all this on Tuesday:
"I think there's a huge move by Fairfax at the moment to try and bring the government down. I think regardless of what Tony Abbott does, Fairfax will say it's bad. I think regardless of what Joe Hockey or the Abbott Government does, Fairfax will say it's bad. They're being helped by the ABC as well, there's no question about that, some elements of the ABC."
"The reality is that there is a bit of a jihad being conducted by Fairfax at the moment.”
The politically correct, free speech-hating “opinionistas” were typically outraged by him calling it a "jihad", however Dutton was right. By Fairfax and the ABC constantly publishing stories that make the administration look like the incompetent, inept, bumbling buffoons they resemble, they are quite obviously waging a war upon the Abbott Government.
As Dutton says:
“It’s hard to get a good story up in Fairfax at the moment.”
Don’t Fairfax – and their fellow travellers at the ABC – know it’s their civic duty to publish every single piece of Liberal Party propaganda? What is the world coming to?
The leftists will point out that the entire mainstream media waged a dirty, endless war upon the previous Rudd and Gillard Governments — and, yes, they do have a point there.
However, that jihad was, as alluded to earlier, completely different. For one thing, those were Labor Governments and, as we all know, it is the responsibility of ethical media operators everywhere to oppose, at every turn, business-hating socialists whose sole aim is to make it difficult for honest, hard-working, naturalised American media tycoons to make a buck. Indeed, the attacks on Rudd and Gillard were personally authorised by none other than Rupert Murdoch, whereas none of the vile and unspeakable current attacks have been.
Yes, friends, it seems that individual Australian media organisations are now going off willy nilly and doing their own thing without the proper authorisation. What a pretty pass this is and one that can only end up in chaos! Is that really what we want? Chaos? I hardly think so.
Yet chaos, incidentally, is exactly what Fairfax and the ABC are not only creating, but what they are accusing the Abbott Government of. The arrogant hypocrisy of these godawful leftards is simply beyond belief.
Finally, it has also come to my attention that the hysterical East Coast Twitterati were again, this week, attacking the Fine Outstanding Canning Candidate Andrew Hastie (let’s just call him FOCCAH, for short). Yes, that upright, decent, god-fearing young man, who may or may not be a Creationist and who has spent most of his adult life defending Australia’s freedom by definitely not cutting the hands off dead Taliban fighters or blowing up innocent young Afghani sheep herders.
This week, the Twitter nerds were mocking former Prime Minister John Howard for turning up in Canning to campaign with the FOCCAH. Mocking Australia’s best ever Prime Minister — is no-one off-limits for these people’s endless bile?
The hipster lawyers on Twitter had suggested that Howard campaigning in Canning was a suggestion about just how bad the Liberal Party’s private polling numbers were in advance of the by-election. So dire, they were forced to reach into the back of the crypt and pull out a dried up, half-deflated John Howard in order to get their campaign back on track.
Nonsense and poppycock!
John Howard explained why he was in Canning in simple terms even the clowns on social media should be able to understand.
“I just happened to be here in Western Australia and I couldn't resist offering myself to help. He's such an impressive candidate that I wanted to be sort of part of the action. It's got nothing to do with desperation."
No desperation at all. None! The former PM just happened to be in Western Australia, nothing unusual about that. I mean, people happen to be in Western Australia all the time. There is, indeed, a whole state full of people who happen to be in Western Australia. So what’s surprising about that?
As to why Howard happened to be in Western Australia, well, according to reliable sources, it seems that a gate at the Bennelong Heights Nursing Home and Respite Centre was left ajar on Monday morning at the same time Howard was doing his usual morning power walk. Now, as you know, he does get up quite a head of steam and so the next time he looked up and had a good look around, he noticed he was almost the whole way across the Nullarbor.
Happens all the time, I understand.
Having made it that far, Howard thought:
“What the heck! I’ll help out that fine outstanding Canning candidate Andrew Hastie, whom I understand was until very recently a captain in the SAS. How impressive!”
And I believe Howard on this. After all, they don’t call him “Honest John” for nothing.
But don’t expect the East Coast Twitterati to believe that. The hysterical freedom haters will never give the Liberal Party a fair go.
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BREAKING: After an energetic day in Canning, John Howard now back resting safely in crypt.— Dave Donovan (@davrosz) September 3, 2015
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Tony Abbott: "When you stop the boats, you stop the deaths". No, you idiot, you just stop them dying at sea. pic.twitter.com/1nU1itHUZu— Dave Donovan (@davrosz) September 4, 2015