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It’s On: Election 2019!

April 11, 2019



The Gutter Trash Annual Budget Night Drinking Game!  

April 2, 2019


I’m not sure if I can bring myself to witness the insipid drone of that monumental dullard Josh Frydenberg lie unashamedly about some fanciful return to surplus, but for those with stronger intestinal fortitude, here is The Gutter Trash Annual Budget Night Drinking Game!

And people say that Twitter is just an “echo chamber”

March 26, 2019

Here’s a chap who was suggesting that George Pell was about to expose financial corruption at the the Catholic Church and so the criminal charges were a “set up” and “payback” by the Church hierarchy…





Sentencing George Pell

March 12, 2019


The sentencing of Cardinal George Pell will be broadcast live at 10am this Wednesday.

Statement from the court: “The County Court is committed to the principles of open justice.

Chief Judge Peter Kidd’s sentencing remarks in this matter will be “broadcast live.”



The Spirit of John Clarke Lives on!

March 12, 2019




George Pell: Guilty of child sexual assault

February 26, 2019


Close confidante of former Prime Minister Tony Abbott, George Pell, Australia’s most senior Catholic, has been found guilty of child sexual abuse.

A jury delivered the unanimous verdict on 11 December in Melbourne’s county court, but the result was subject to a suppression order and could not be reported until now.

Despite spending up to $2 million on a top legal team, bankrolled by a trust fund, the Cardinal lost his fight against the charges. He will not return to Rome and may end his days in a jail cell with his name on the sex offender’s register

He was found guilty of violent sex assaults against two young choirboys.

The jury of eight men and four women took three and half days to rule unanimously that the Cardinal, who stepped aside from his role in Rome when he was charged by Victoria Police in June 2017, attacked the boys just months after being appointed as Archbishop of Melbourne in 1996.

The offences occurred in December 1996 and early 1997 at St Patrick’s Cathedral, months after Pell was inaugurated as archbishop of Melbourne.

He was found guilty of five charges, one for penetration of a child under 16 and four of indecent assault involving a child under 16.

Pell looked down in shock as the verdict was handed down at 3.45pm on Tuesday, December 11, at the County Court of Victoria in Melbourne.

The 77-year-old could now face a sentence of between 10 and 14 years and has been remanded in custody

Good riddance.



The Royal Commission: Unleashed!

February 4, 2019


This is an open thread for youse to all add your insightful commentary into the findings of the Royal Commission into the financial services industry…



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