Wednesday 27th of August 2014

Gus Leonisky's blog

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only a psychopath would overtly rob the commonwealth in this manner...

psycho tony

 

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has seized on leaks from the government party room saying they show the Prime Minister is unfit to govern the country.

Tony Abbott stunned MPs when he told them he scheduled a visit to a cancer research centre in Melbourne on Tuesday so he could justify billing taxpayers for a Liberal Party fundraiser in the same city the night before.

plastic bits in fishes...

 

harbour...

The bottom of Sydney Harbour has been contaminated by widespread microplastic pollution which could be entering the food chain, scientists say.

militarisation of the us police...

 

militarisation of the us police...

In Florida in 2010, officers in SWAT gear and with guns drawn carried out raids on barbershops that mostly led only to charges of ‘barbering without a license’…

insulting truck drivers...

 

pell lies...

Pell replied: “I was aware of a report in the newspapers and of course through my eventual meetings at groups of survivors and victims that was brought home to me very clear, and there were groups such as Broken Rites that were very active.

making boobs of themselves...

 

abortion and boobs

Christian Democratic Party MP Fred Nile says women should reconsider having abortions "if the price of the decision is breast cancer", repeating discredited views that have angered women and health groups.

At a budget estimates hearing at Parliament on Thursday, Mr Nile called on the NSW government to alert women to the so-called dangers of abortion, later claiming that studies confirming the link to breast cancer are being "censored".

"The body is preparing to have a baby … and suddenly it's terminated, and that causes some reaction in the cells, and the cells in the breast particularly," he later told Fairfax Media.

under the spell of grotesque religiosity...

grotesque...

This is a dissertation by Gus, about a religious article published by The ABC religious unit... 

The article starts thus:

On 3 August 1964, Flannery O'Connor, one of America's greatest fiction writers, died. To mark fifty years since her premature death, we are pleased to publish this article by Ralph C. Wood, University Professor of Theology and Literature at Baylor University and author of Flannery O'Connor and the Christ-Haunted South

memo of understanding, with new hair cuts...

 

hair salon diplomacy

Australia and Indonesia have struck a deal to resume intelligence and military cooperation.

always blaming someone else for their own incompetence...

 

winner for blaming other people...

Treasurer Joe Hockey has suggested his claim that the "poorest people either don't have cars or actually don't drive very far" was misreported by the media, re-opening debate about the embarrassing gaffe.

But Mr Hockey has insisted he has moved on and is focused on getting the Coalition's budget through the Senate, adding he would not "indulge in self-pity".

the palmerisation of ridiculous politics with affable buffoonery on a splot of turdy abbottery...

 

palmerisation

Mr Palmer accused the Chinese government of wanting to take over Australian ports to get the nation's resources for free.

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