*****AN EXCLUSIVE GUTTER TRASH INVESTIGATION*****
- Gay Lobby using “Nazi style mind control program” claims One Nation
- Brainwashing technique orchestrated by two homosexuals from Norway
- No one is safe!
One Nation continues to attract interesting characters with the Party’s candidate for Bateman in Western Australia announcing that the gay community covertly uses a ‘Nazi style mind control program’ to convince people to support marriage equality.
Michelle Meyers was initially announced as the party’s candidate to take on Southern River MLA Peter Abetz, but she’s been relegated to the seat of Bateman – where she’ll take on the Liberals’ Dean Nalder.
Last year Meyers took to Facebook to express her outrage at Christians who were accepting of the LGBTI community.
THE GENDER INDUSTRY’S SECRET AGENDA
“Are you wondering why even some Christians are being swayed by the gender industry’s pitch and push for same sex ‘marriage’ and acceptance of fake families?” the One Nation candidate asked.
She goes on to explain the the LGBTI community use a disingenuous mind control program created by two unnamed homosexuals from Norway.
‘NAZI BRAINWASHING TECHNIQUE BEHIND GAY MARRIAGE PUSH’
While declining to go into the specific details, Meyers says the gay community’s ‘secret mind control program’ is similar to ‘brainwashing techniques’ developed by the Nazis and the Soviets.
As she does in several other posts, Meyers describes gay people as being ‘unnatural, unproductive and unhealthy.’
The candidate labels the children of gay and lesbian people “fake families”.
The Gutter Trash approached One Nation’s Michelle Meyers, and WA leader Colin Tincknell for comment but they have yet to respond.
A GROUP of elderly people feel ‘victimised’ and ‘trapped’ after government cuts age pension entitlements.
Pensioners are up in arms after changes to the Age Pension assets test announced earlier this year mean that their age pension payments will be slashed.
Jenny Freemantle, 65, said: “This has made me very angry. I’ve been a Liberal voter all my life and I feel very betrayed.”
“You’ve got all these young people sitting on the dole, and all these foreigners coming here to take our jobs and destroy our way of life. It’s a disgrace.”
Irene Bedford, 78, added: “We feel victimised by this, as we are the ones who have been working all our lives and now we’re being unfairly targeted because other people refuse to work.”
James McGuigan, 82, said: “This has made a lot of us, 14 to be exact, extremely angry as we are relying on pensions to get by.
As Australia is in the grip of a record-breaking heat wave, LNP Minister Scott Morrison and Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce thought it would be hilarious to bring a lump of coal into Parliament and wave it around as if it were the answer to climate change and the scorching temperatures outside.
Malcolm Turnbull, who once declared the he wouldn’t lead a party that wasn’t committed to action on climate change as much as he was, has yet again capitulated to the right wing climate change denialists within his own ranks as he joined in the hysterics.
When you consider that the “rest of the world” is waking up to the dire consequences of climate change, and taking action to reduce dependence on coal consumption for energy, Australia faces a grim future when our elected representatives continue to spruik the lie that coal has a long term future in an increasingly renewable energy focused world.
In fact, even the government’s traditional ally over at The Australian has come out swinging with Alan Kohler slamming the government’s position – “the great coal hoax.”
“Coal is by far the most expensive fuel for generating electricity, full stop — if the cost of dealing with climate change is taken into account,” says Kohler.
“Scientists have clearly detailed what those costs are, so they can’t be ignored. Emissions trading is merely a way to use market forces to price energy according to the true cost of the fuel used to generate it.”
“Now that we know the true cost, failing to price coal properly — continuing to pretend it’s cheap — would be like a restaurant pricing its menu to recover only the cost of the food, without accounting for overheads and wages — a short trip to bankruptcy.”
“In fact the price of solar energy is now falling so rapidly it won’t be long before even the unadjusted price of coal is higher than solar. The Coalition, meanwhile, is clinging to the idea that we need to build more coal mines.”
The reality is that we continue to be lied to by LNP government, whose opinions are dictated by the vested interests of their corporate donors in the mining industry.
Australia is burning under record-breaking temperatures with the trend set to continue into the years ahead. This so-called government’s response is to carry on like a bunch of immature school kids; brandishing lumps of coal as trophies, denying the science and slamming anyone who disagrees with their coal-focused obsession as “coal-phobic.”
At what point do we decide enough is enough?
At what point do we claim self-defence…?
MEDIA RELEASE 5th February 2017 Failure to transfer Eaten Fish to Australia will lead to another death on Manus Island Eaten Fish has been on a hunger strike for 6 days now and weighs 48 kilos. …
Source: Statement regarding Eaten Fish
***A STUNNING GUTTER TRASH EXCLUSIVE REPORT***
With thanks to our exclusive sources, The Gutter Trash can reveal the rabid right-wing conservative MP and Tony Abbott loyalist Cory Bernardi is set to walk away from the Liberal Party within the next 48 hours.
Bernardi was gutted when the comparatively moderate Malcolm Turnbull sabotaged former Liberal Party Leader Tony Abbott in September 2015 and assumed control of the Liberal Party in an overnight coup.
Since then, Bernardi has formed a coalition of conservative MPs within the LNP consisting of the likes of Erica Abetz, Tony Abbott and George Christensen. This vocal minority have been accused of not-so-secretly holding the Prime Minister to ransom over contentious issues like “equality” and “protecting the environment.”
Now, in the wake of an abysmal poll that would signal the complete annihilation of the LNP if an election were held today, Bernardi is expected to confirm recent speculation that he is ready to abandon the fledgling LNP and set up his own conservative party called Cory’s United National Team, and is currently looking for some Cory’s United National Team Supporters to formally launch the party.
The move will be yet another kick in the guts for Prime Minister Turnbull who has seen his popularity wane since he assumed leadership of the LNP a mere 18 months ago.
On a two-party preferred basis, the Coalition is basically fucked.
If an election was held today, Liberal Party members would be outnumbered by more than 2 to 1 by Labor Party members.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has refused to join other world leaders in condemning Donald Trump’s sweeping Muslim travel ban saying it’s not his job to run a commentary on the domestic policies of other countries.
Any hint of concern over the controversial Muslim visa ban and program of “extreme vetting of refugees” was noticeably absent from the Turnbull’s demeanour as he refused to be drawn on the mass protests unfolding over the travel bans.
Instead, Treasurer Scott Morrison took to the airwaves to gloat that the US was simply emulating Australia’s enviable immigration policies telling 2GB listeners that “they’ve had an election and the president has implemented what he said he would do.”
Morrison said the rest of the world “would love Australia’s borders and the way they were secured” but it’s up to each individual country as to how they manage border security.
Quite simply, the Federal Government’s refusal to denounce Trump’s Muslim visa ban can only mean one thing, the Turnbull Government supports it.
This leaves Australia’s official response of weak capitulation to the Trump administration grossly out of step with other world leaders.
“Receiving refugees is a duty of solidarity. Terrorism has no nationality, discrimination is not the answer,” said French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault.
“We do not agree with this kind of approach, and it is not one we will be taking,” said British Prime Minister Theresa May.
“We will protect the rights and freedoms of UK nationals home and abroad. Divisive and wrong to stigmatise because of nationality,” said Foreign Secretary of State Boris Johnson.
“Trump’s ban on refugees and immigrants from certain countries is shameful and cruel,” said London’s mayor, Sadiq Khan,
“The battle against terrorism does not justify putting people of a specific background or faith under general suspicion,” said German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
“The president is dividing the Muslim world into good and evil, this will be bad for Europe because it will increase the Muslim world’s mistrust and hatred of the West,” said Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn.
“Refugees people “must be treated equally regardless of religion, nationality and skin color,” said Norway prime minister, Erna Solberg.
Danish Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen called Trump’s decision to block people from certain countries “extremely unwise.”
“We welcome our refugees and migrants wherever they come from,” said Prime Minister Bill English says New Zealand.
In Australia, you can (apparently) choose between a deposit for your first home or a smashed avocado sanga, but in the US, citizens are about to discover that the price of avocados can soar a lot higher.
President Trump has announced that the US will introduce a new 20% tariff on goods imported from Mexico to pay for the controversial “Wall” that will separate the US from its neighbour.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters on Air Force One Thursday that Trump was backing the proposal and had just discussed it with congressional Republicans in a private meeting.
Spicer dodged reporters’ questions about the impact of the border tax on American consumers, instead stressing the tax’s benefits for American workers.
“I’m not going to get into it,” he added when pressed about businesses that manufacture goods in Mexico passing along the tax to American consumers.
When it comes to fruits and vegetables, Mexico is the top foreign supplier to the US, so any such tariff is only going to increase the prices paid for these goods by US citizens.
In 2014, the U.S. bought $5.4 billion of vegetables and $4.7 billion of fruit from its southern neighbour. Just last week, Mexico shipped 53 million pounds of avocados to the US alone. That’s a lot of guacamole.
— Vicente Fox Quesada (@VicenteFoxQue) January 25, 2017
The move follows a recent ‘not-so-subtle announcement’ from Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto that his government has little inclination to subsidise the construction of the barrier along the border.