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Liberals in Complete Meltdown as internal fighting erupts!

December 3, 2018


If you needed any further evidence that the right-wing faction within the Liberal party is little more than just a mob of bully boys and thugs then you need look no further than the current conduct of controversial right-wing backbencher and former used furniture salesman Craig Kelly.

Aided and abetted by his right wing cronies Tony Abbott and Scott Morrison, Craig Kelly is in the fight of his political life less he face an embarrassing return to flogging dining tables and filing cabinets.

Conservative and moderate factions in the Liberal Party are tearing each other apart with Conservatives attempting to stack the deck so that Kelly is preselected for the safe southern Sydney seat of Hughes.

This from the mob that only moments earlier argued that “members were selected on merit” in the face of accusations of misogyny and bullying.

In an extraordinary twist of internal blackmail, Kelly has threatened to run as an independent if he is not preselected for Hughes – clearly aware that his political career is finished if he’s not parachuted into the safe seat.

The sense of entitlement and barely repressed seething anger is strong with Craig Kelly and he let rip with an explosive tirade after being snubbed by fellow Liberal party colleagues on Sunday night.

According to our “exclusive sources,” apparently Kelly sauntered into a local gymnastics club and spotted a group of Liberal politicians who were there to hand out awards to club members.

The group included Lee Evans, a Liberal member of the NSW Parliament, and Carmelo Pesce, the Liberal mayor of the Sutherland Shire Council.

When Kelly extended his hand to greet the mayor, Pesce put his hand behind his back.

“You’re a f—ing prick!” Kelly shouted at Pesce.

“Are you f—ing kidding me? You’re not going to f—ing shake my hand?”

Pesce refused to speak but Kelly – who had spent much of Sunday trying to save his career – didn’t take the hint:

“What? Do you mean you’re not going to f—ing shake my hand.”

Eventually Pesce relented and told Kelly he “couldn’t stomach” the thought of shaking his hand.

“You’re a disgrace for what you’re doing to the party,” Pesce told Kelly.

“You’re the disgrace,” Kelly shot back.

Gymnastics coach Graham Spooner intervened and told the men to cool it. So did Evans.

The incident marks just another episode in what is rapidly becoming a series of almost daily catastrophes for the Morrison Government.




Livid Liberal Party members unite to Expel Malcolm Turnbull

November 21, 2018


Livid Liberal Party members are pushing to expel Malcolm Turnbull from the party in an extraordinary move sparked by his support of a grass-roots campaign to force Tony Abbott out of parliament.

Earlier this week, the Roseville branch of the Liberal Party voted to boot Turnbull from the party by an overwhelming vote of 16 to two.

According to our exclusive sources, the shock move was triggered after Malcolm Turnbull threw his support behind the ‘Vote Tony Out’ campaign which is gathering momentum to force Tony Abbott out of the seat of Warringah.

In passing the motion, branch sources cited Mr Turnbull’s failure to support the party during the Wentworth by-election, as well as his knifing of Mr Abbott and Brendan Nelson during his time in parliament.

The motion will go before the Liberal Party’s Federal Electorate Conference – and if successful – will move to the party’s state council.


Woo woo! Magic Bus!

November 7, 2018

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Wentworth Votes!

October 19, 2018


All eyes will be on Wentworth this weekend as the local posh people head to the polls in their twin sets, pearls and mean pursed lips.

Home to Malcolm Turnbull, a once popular politician who has since ditched politics in favour of a reclusive lifestyle in New York, Wentworth is one of Australia’s wealthiest electorates. It takes in the affluent eastern suburbs of Sydney including Australia’s richest post code of Point Piper and has been held by the Liberal Party since Federation.

Malcolm remains a popular and high profile individual in the electorate and according to the mood on the street, there is palpable resentment over the way he was assassinated by Peter Dutton and his co-conspirators.

Despite being urged to support the Liberal Party contender Dave Sharma, Malcolm has been uncharacteristically silent, no doubt enjoying a fair serving of schadenfreude over the perilous state of affairs the Liberals now find themselves in.

If, as polls are suggesting, the Libs lose Wentworth it will be a mortal wound for Scott Morrison who is already on life support after a series of gaffes earlier this week.

Times are so desperate they even resuscitated the rotten corpse of serial liar and war criminal the lying rodent to campaign on their behalf.

Klansplaining: “It’s ok to be White”

October 16, 2018


Yesterday 28 Senators voted in favour of Pauline Hanson’s racist stunt that “it’s ok to be white.”

In its entirety, the bill called for the Australian Senate to acknowledge “the deplorable rise of anti-white racism and attacks on Western civilization.”


“People have a right to be proud of their cultural background, whether they are black, white or brindle. If we cannot agree on this, I think it’s safe to say anti-white racism is well and truly rife in our society,” Hanson said.

Speaking against the motion, Richard Di Natale said being white in Australia wasn’t just okay, it was “winning the lotto.”

“Just look around this chamber and see how many faces you see that aren’t white. Have a look in the privileged positions of Australian society, people who occupy these seats of the rich and powerful. How many of them are not white?”

If you’re still in any doubt, “it’s ok to be white” is a slogan created by white supremacists – and your government just voted for it.

While the vote was defeated 31 – 28, the number of Senators supporting the bill shocked many, with Mathias Cormann forced to front the media to somehow Klansplain away the Coalition’s enthusiasm for the racist bill as an “administrative error.”

So the Morrison government would now like us to accept that Government senators accidentally voted for a white supremacist meme which Hanson had flagged well in advance. Not one in their ranks baulked at the idea and many endorsed it soon after.

It’s really quite something else.

Michael Pascoe responded to the Government’s defence perfectly..

The government supported a racist meme for the base political motive of courting a divisive, pig-ignorant minority party. Either you’re not man enough to be honest about it or, worse, you actually support it. Nobody’s buying your bullshit on this.




October 15, 2018

Scott Morrison and Karl Stefanovic

Rumours are rife that former leader of the Nationals Barnaby “beetrooter” Joyce is set call a leadership spill as early as next month.

Joyce reluctantly quit as Deputy Prime Minister and Nationals leader back in February after revelations of his affair with his former staffer Vikki Campion caused a public furore.

However, his successor Michael McCormack has failed to make any headway with supporters of Joyce now advocating for the former leader to take another tilt at the top job before the year’s end.

Sensing imminent defeat at the next Federal election, many within the Nationals believe salvation of the party rests with Barnaby Joyce and his “straight shooting” style.

Marginal seat holders began to depend on his blunt, candid style, with a majority believing his leadership could save them come election time.

Many believe Mr Joyce still has strong leadership ambitions, and that he has “worked hard” to rebuild his tattered reputation.

The former leader has been spotted wining and dining colleagues and journalists with Ms Campion and his daughters by his side.



Coalition back in the race with Morrison at the helm

October 15, 2018


Latest Newspoll shows Morrison in commanding humiliating loss

The decision to dump Malcolm Turnbull and install Scott Morrison as PM has paid dividends for the government with the latest Newspoll showing the Government trailing Labor 47 to 53 on the election-deciding two party preferred basis.

Prior to Turnbull’s demise, the Government was sitting at 49 to 51.

Mr Morrison and his LNP colleagues will be further buoyed by the Fairfax-Ipsos poll, also released last night, which shows the Government trailing Labor by a mere 10 points on the 2PP.

The Fairfax-Ipsos survey also found that that 74 per cent of voters oppose laws that  allow religious schools to dismiss students and teachers based on their sexual orientation, gender identity or relationship status.

Poll Gloom for Bill Shorten

The decision by the Liberals to dump Turnbull from the prime ministership 7 weeks ago and install the former treasurer resulted in an immediate dive in the polls – kind of like a “reverse honeymoon”.

The prime minister now faces a significant test on Saturday, where the Liberals will attempt to hold Malcolm Turnbull’s Sydney seat of Wentworth, however several polls suggest there will be a strong protest vote against the government.

“God talks to me at 4.30am”

Fortunately, the PM claims to have a direct line to the almighty, and is convinced that the Government will prevail this weekend and at the Federal Election next year.

Meanwhile in the real world, today’s Liberal party “comeback” as reflected in the polls would deliver the ALP an electoral victory equal to the largest win in the past 35 years.



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