Archive for the tag "Tony Abbott"
War criminal Howard has become more unbearable than ever. On top of his strutting arrogance is a smugness to compensate for being such an abject, public failure
Posted: 31 October, 2010 in Australian Politics, Economics, politics and government.
Tags: Abbott, Australian government, Australian Politics, Costello, government, Hockey, Howard, Joe Hockey, John Howard, Peter Costello, politics, Tony Abbott
It’s hard to look dignified with your bum in the air and your nose sticky with Molluscan mucus trying to convince the stupid gastropods to see it your way.
Posted: 6 October, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, Internet, Life, politics and government, Science, Sex, US Politics, values.
Tags: Abbott, american politics, Australian political values, Australian Politics, British Labour, British politics, Commonwealth Games, Delhi, Democrats, dog whistle, gastropod, Labor, Labour, mollusc, Obama, politics, slug, slug whisperer, Sport, Tony Abbott
Leader of the world’s largest organised paedophile ring has been greeted by QEII with the courtesy due the head of a globally-tentacled society of child rapists
Posted: 18 September, 2010 in Australian Values, History, legal, Life, Literature, mystery, politics and government, Religion, Sex, values.
Tags: Baroness Blackstone, Belgian, Belgium, Benedict XVI, bible, Britain, bugger, buggery, canon law, Cardinal Pell, Catholic, catholic church, child molester, criminal, Geoffrey Robertson, God, Grayling, humanist, israel, liar, molest, open letter, organised paedophile ring, paedophile, paedophile organisation, paedophile ring, pedophile, pedophile ring, Pell, politics, Pope, power of prayer, PR, prayer, Professor Susan Blackmore, queen, rape, rapist, Ratzinger, Regev, Religion, Richard Dawkins, sacrilege, sodomise, sodomy, spin, state visit, Stephen Fry, terry pratchett, Tony Abbott, Vangheluwe, vatican
Watching the bible-bashing Liberal MP David Clarke ranting on Stateline why was one reminded of right-wing shill Alan Jones and flatulent royalist David Flint
Posted: 4 September, 2010 in Art, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, Life, politics and government, Religion, Sex, values, Video.
Tags: abomination, adoption, Alan Jones, Art, art exhibition, Australian political values, Australian Politics, Australian religious values, Australian Values, bible, body, breasts, Cardinal Pell, charity, Christian Democrats, christianity, Connie Fierravanti-Wells, David Clarke, David Flint, demon, demons, Eric Abetz, Festival of Light, Fred Nile, gatecrash, generosity, George Pell, Helen Coonan, homosexual, homosexuality, human body, Joseph Campbell, Kevin Andrews, lesbian, Liberal, Life, life force, liverpool council, loathing, marriage, masochism, mortification, Nick Minchin, NSW, NSW Parliament, nude bathing, nudity, Opus Dei, politics, pornography, Psalm 2, psalms, Religion, religious values, road rage, same sex, Sex, Stateline, Ted Haggard, temper tantrum, theocracy, Tony Abbott, un-christian, values, zealot
How cute the pretty little egg looks! See the rest of the story at the “Perry Bible Fellowship” website …
Posted: 10 August, 2010 in Art, Australian Politics, comedy/humour, politics and government, Religion.
Tags: Abbott, abbott egg, australian election, cartoon, comedy, comic, dinosaur, dinosaur baby, election, fear and loathing, humor, humour, Tony Abbott
GetUp’s Tony Abbott tv commercial – Abbott’s stated opinions on women’s, indigenous and other issues coming back, to haunt him. You can donate to get it on air.
Posted: 9 August, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, Economics, History, Life, politics and government, Racism, Sex, values, Video.
Tags: australian election, facebook, GetUp, indigenous issues, politics, share, Tony Abbott, tv ad, tv campaign, TVC, twitter, women's issues
Migently Manor’s dungeon echoed with the chortling of Sir Roger as he pedalled the groaning machinery of his ancient media laboratory to bring forth…
Posted: 6 August, 2010 in Australian Politics, comedy/humour, politics and government, Science, values, Video.
Tags: Abbott, australian election, australian media values, Australian political values, Australian Politics, Australian Values, brick, comedy, election, election ad, election advertising, election commercial, experiment, fun, government, humor, humour, Media, politics, satire, Science, Tony Abbott, values, Video, washing machine, youtube
Oh, Mr Liar Abbott, your pants are SO on fire!! Take a look at this. What is wrong with this picture from the latest lying Liberal Party commercial?
Posted: 1 August, 2010 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Immigration, legal, politics and government, Racism, Religion, values, Video.
Tags: Abbott, abbott and the liberal party, Abbott liar, asylum seekers, Australian Citizenship, Australian law, Australian Politics, Australian Values, British, election ad, election advertising, human rights, illegal, illegal immigrants, Immigration, international law, liar, liar Abbott, Liberal lie, Liberal lies, Liberal Party, over-stay, overstay, persecution, politics, refugees, Tony Abbot is a liar, Tony Abbott, tourists, tv ad, tv commercial, United Nations, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, visa
How about a bit of slippery language? Forget that cynical “Pacific Solution” with the promise of Peace and Closure. Now it’s the “Regional Protection Framework”
Posted: 6 July, 2010 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Economics, History, Iraq, Language, Life, Literature, politics and government, Racism, Religion, values.
Tags: Abbott, Afghanistan, asylum, asylum seekers, Australian Politics, Australian Values, bible, dingo, dog whistle, Frank Luntz, Gillard, Immigration, immigration policy, Iraq, Julia Gillard, lego, lego hair, liar, Luntz, lying, politics, Racism, refugee, refugees, Regional Protection Framework, rhetoric, shock jocks, spin, Sri Lanka, Tony Abbott
We’ve found the tapes in the vault! The Mad Monk doesn’t need an acting coach after all. He can “soften his image” without lying about not doing it any more.
Posted: 3 April, 2010 in Australian Politics, comedy/humour, Education, politics and government, Video.
Tags: Abbott, acting, acting lessons, bbc, Bernard, civil service, comedy, Derek Fowlds, humor, humour, Mad Abbott, Mad Monk, Ministerial Broadcast, Nigel Hawthorne, on-camera, Paul Eddington, performance training, political values, politics, Prime Minister, public service, Sir Humphrey, television, Tony Abbott, training, tv, Video, Yes Minister, Yes Prime Minister
Let Values Australia be the first to break the news! We have discovered why we think Tony Abbott keeps running around in budgie smugglers (about which one wise man wrote, “all smuggle and no budgie”). It goes like this: Vlad Putin > Rasputin > the Mad Monk > the Mad Abbott. And that [...]
Posted: 29 March, 2010 in Australian Politics, comedy/humour, fun, History, Media, politics and government, Sex, values.
Tags: attention, Australian political values, Australian Politics, branding, Brokeback Mountain, campaign, Liberal Party, political campaign, politics, positioning, profile, Putin, Russian politics, spotlight, Tony Abbott, Vladimir Putin
they voluntarily clap on their chains, hood their heads and lock their prison doors, while offering up a prayer of gratitude for their relief from uncertainty
Posted: 13 March, 2010 in Iraq, Life, politics and government, Religion, values.
Tags: apostasy, apostate, Australian religious values, Australian Values, belief, buddha, christianity, David Clarke, death penalty, death sentence, dogma, escalators, escalators can't break, execution, faith, fatwa, George W. Bush, Goody Two-Shoes, herman hesse, hesse, Islam, judaism, Keneally, Kevin Rudd, magisterium, morality, motivation, motivational poster, murder, Religion, religious values, siddhartha, Tony Abbott, Tony Blair, values, Why Religious People Can't Think
Tony Abbott wants Peter Garrett to be charged with “Industrial Manslaughter”. But has he always felt so strongly about the appropriateness of this concept?
Posted: 14 February, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Economics, legal, politics and government, Religion, values.
Tags: Abbott, Australian government, Australian political values, Australian Values, batts, Christopher Whyne, coalition, foil insulation, Garrett, government, house, house insulation, hypocrisy, industrial manslaughter, Insiders, insulation, Labor Party, law, legal, Liberal Party, manslaughter, National Party, OH&S, Peter Garrett, political values, politics, Pyne, roof insulation, Tony Abbott, values, workplace safety
So what’s next? A series of essays by Sarah Palin about the Large Hadron Collider and the mysteries of dark matter? An MIT lecture series by Rush Limbaugh regarding the thermodynamics of black holes?
Posted: 20 December, 2009 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, environment, politics and government, Religion, Science, US Politics, values.
Tags: Alan Jones, Beck, belief, climate change, cynic, denial, denier, environment, faith, fundamentalism, fundamentalist, global warming, Limbaugh, Palin, politics, pro-life, Religion, sceptic, Science, shock jock, skeptic, Tony Abbott
There is no point in attempting to support your theories with quotations, chapter and verse, from a vaguely anthropologically interesting, self-contradicting, xenophobic, hate-inciting, ignorance-insisting, genocide-approving, terror-inducing, fantastical artefact of an ancient Sand People,
Posted: 16 December, 2009 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, History, Life, politics and government, Religion, values, Video.
Tags: Australian religious values, Australian Values, belief, Bronowski, DLP, faith, humanity, Jacob Bronowski, Religion, religious values, Tim Minchin, Tony Abbott, values