Archive for the tag "Ruddock"
“Soul murder” — not a phrase one comes across every day. By Luigi Novi / Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=7815388 Sir Roger was listening to the ABC Science Show today. It was Robyn Williams’ homage to Oliver Sacks (Awakenings, The Man Who Thought His Wife Was a Hat, Seeing Voices, Uncle Tungsten etc. etc. […]
Posted: 21 May, 2016 in audio, Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, legal, politics and government, Racism, Science, values.
Tags: Abbott, ABC Science Show, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Bowen, child abuse, children, Dutton, Evans, Gillard, Howard, Keating, Manus, Morrison, Nauru, Oliver Sacks, politics, Robyn Williams, Rudd, Ruddock, soul murder, Turnbull, values, Vanstone
So Immigration Minister Chris Bowen is moved by humanitarian motives. Probably in the same way as his predecessor Philip Ruddock was a fair dinkum believer in the values of Amnesty International while he was ruthlessly screwing the lives of countless fellow human beings. “Let your heart bleed publicly for the oppressed while cruelly oppressing […]
Posted: 5 June, 2011 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, History, Immigration, legal, Life, politics and government, Racism, Religion, values.
Tags: Abbott, asylum seekers, Australian humanitarian values, Australian political values, bastardry, blackmail, Bowen, brutality, caning, children, Chris Bowen, corruption, cruelty, don't come to australia, hostage, humanitarian values, illegal immigrants, Indonesia, inhumane, inhumanity, Malaysia, Morrison, Philip Ruddock, political values, psychological damage, refugees, Ruddock, scapegoat, whipping boy
With the recent burst of enthusiasm in Canberra the lesson to be learnt from it all is Don’t Let Unionists and the NSW Right Drink the Red Cordial.
Posted: 25 June, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, environment, History, politics and government, values.
Tags: Abbott, aboriginal, aborigine, Apology, asylum seeker, australia, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Costello, Downer, Gillard, Howard, indigenous, Julia Gillard, Keelty, Kevin Rudd, Labor, Labor Party, leadership, mining, PM, political values, politics, Prime Minister, red cordial, refugee, Rudd, Ruddock, stolen generation, the red cordial, Tony Abbot, Work Choices
Values Australia has signed up as a member of “Julie Bishop’s Death Stare” on Facebook. Here’s why…
Posted: 10 March, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, comedy/humour, Immigration, Media, politics and government, Religion, Science, values, Video.
Tags: Abbott, ABC, ABC TV, Australian immigration, Australian Values, Bishop, bishop death stare, Dawkins, Death Star, Death Stare, detention centres, facebook, Howard, humor, humour, Julie Bishop, julie bishop death, politics, Q&A, Religion, Richard Dawkins, Ruddock, Science, Star Wars, values, Vanstone
There are four people we’d love to see as the next Leader of the Opposition to be career-endingly humiliated, if Malcolm Turnbull jumps, or gets the shove…
Posted: 24 November, 2009 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Immigration, politics and government.
Tags: Andrews, Australian Politics, Australian Values, election, government, Haneef, Hockey, Immigration, Ironbar Tuckey, Joe Hockey, Kevin Andrews, leadership, leadership spill, leadership struggle, Liberal leadership, Liberal Party, Malcolm Turnbull, Philip Ruddock, Phillip Ruddock, politics, Rasputin, Ruddock, spill, Tuckey, Turnbull, values, Wilson Tuckey
John Howard is against a Bill of Rights and that’s enough for us. The little shit has always been so wrong that anything he is against is certain to be right
Posted: 27 August, 2009 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Guantanamo/Hicks, History, politics and government, US Politics.
Tags: accountability, american politics, Amnesty, Amnesty International, Animal Farm, Australian Constitution, Australian Values, Bill of Rights, Cabinet, Droits de l'Homme, Edward II, Enlightenment, ethics, France, French politics, French Revolution, George Orwell, government, Great Charter, Guantanamo, habeas corpus, Howard, human rights, Jenny Leong, John Howard, judges, King Edward, law, legal, legal black hole, legal system, legal values, liberty, magistrate, Magna Carta, martial law, military commissions, moral values, morals, oligarchy, oppression, parliament, Petition of Right, Philip Ruddock, political values, politics, principles, Privy Council, property, Rights of Man, Ruddock, ruling elite, secret, security, statute, terrorism law, Thomas Coke, Thomas Paine, unitary Executive, values, War of Independence