Thursday 20th of September 2018

a deal with the turd would be better than a deal with abbott...

abbott and turd...

Malcolm Turnbull is set to resign from Parliament this week, as the Liberal federal executive prepares to call nominations for his Sydney seat of Wentworth.

the junkyard dog ...

the junkyard dog ...

flying high... for pleasure.

flying high

Uber Technologies Inc. and Airbus SE. have joined a public-private panel in Japan tasked with developing airborne vehicles in the country within the next decade.

abbott the wrecker...

wrecker

Conservative supporters of Mr Abbott have also told the ABC's Four Corners that he had "unfinished business" and he actively contributed to the volatile climate in today's Liberal Party. 

The conundrum of sustainability, self-reliance… and going to the slaughterhouse...

sheepo

As a famous-in-my-own-mind anthropologist, I can say there is not much difference between the Neolithic tribes' and corporations’ behaviour: fierce competition against other tribes, for resources and for profit or food. While the Neolithic people had herds and veggie patches, hunters/gatherers had none.

 

 

this could be our last toon on julie bishop...

gnomes

Back in July 2018...

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop will tomorrow urge the Trump ­administration to hold Russia fully accountable for its bad global behaviour, including the killing of 38 Australians in the MH17 tragedy.

going according to plan — shit and chaos from the empire as not to appear like an empire...

empire

Earlier this week, David Ignatius at the Washington Post published an interesting column ruing the decline of U.S. “influence” in the Middle East. His central theme is that U.S. “disengagement” from the region is allowing local actors to chart their own courses, and that many of them are now making bad decisions. In his view, the prospects for positive change in the region are receding and that we will all be worse off as a result.

propaganda for war...

scouts

Picture from Gus' collection of useless things...

press fuckdom...

press fuckdom

Above is a 30/4/2017 loose advert for The Australian, a Murdoch media newspaper... In this advert, opinions are touted instead of facts because opinions are loaded rather than representing the truth.

 

traitors in the midst...

pollies

 

 


In Kanbra, that dismal town

Where politicians go to shit-pledge

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