Thursday 2nd of April 2015

retiring royal

royal roos...

The Evening Standard newspaper said the Prince would complete a six-week secondment to an Australian military unit before he leaves the army.

Following his secondment, the Prince is expected to join his father Prince Charles at the 100th anniversary Anzac Day dawn service in Gallipoli.

the answer is yes...

 

yes
Is Capitalism Destroying Our Planet?


the question is...

question and no answer...

 

The popular ABC program is considering implementing what is effectively a Twitter-based "truth-o-meter". 

Or as executive producer Peter McEvoy puts it: "Tony asks someone about the budget. We could then ask [viewers via Twitter]: 'Is this politician answering the question or dodging the question?"'

The results of this snap poll might then be flashed on screen and conveyed to Jones. And if viewers decide the panelist is talking through their hat, Jones could inform them of this, then insist on a clear and direct reply.

from the governmental excuse book...

silverfish

"I cannot find them, I am sorry. I had them on a notepad."

With that bumbling, mumbled apology on Tuesday, the Attorney-General's Department's new secretary, Chris Moraitis, may have spared himself and his minister, George Brandis, from a criminal investigation.

How so? Without Moraitis' missing notes, the Australian Federal Police is powerless to act on Labor's urging that it investigate whether Brandis sought to bribe the Human Rights Commission president, Professor Gillian Triggs, into resigning.

good government .....

good government .....

welfare made incrementally simple, by slow simplifying dummies...

 

welfare

Social Services Minister Scott Morrison says wholesale changes to the welfare system are "necessary", but he has signalled they will be introduced slowly and in stages.

that sinking feeling .....

that sinking feeling .....

from PoliticOz ….

you say bullshit, I say rat turd... let's call the whole crap off...

turdshit

"By any measure, the threat to Australia is worsening," Abbott said. "The signs are ominous. ASIO currently has over 400 high-priority counter-terrorism investigations. That's more than double the number a year ago." And so on. This may be factually correct, but is it a prime minister's job to engender fear among his people? Isn't that the terrorists' job?

je suis Tonee …..

je suis Tonee …..

from PoliticOz …..

Je suis Hizb ut-Tahrir ….

Je suis Hizb ut-Tahrir ….

Australian media is full of suggestions that the Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, will ban Hizb ut-Tahrir as part of his national security announcement this Monday.

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