Food for Thought – Slut-Shaming the Sycophantic Socialist Slappywag

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Cartoon by Ryan Fletcher

It utterly bewilders me how any rational Australian citizen can look fondly in favour of the proto-Marxist Labor Party, particular when its Federal leader is an utterly incompetent contemptuous little cretin.

Bill Shorten, the effeminate balding Bolshevik bottom boy, is widely seen in Australia as the worst Opposition Leader in Australian history. However, according to the recent Newspoll, Essential and Galaxy polls Labor support is rising in the two-party preferred.

With MSN polls indicating a rise in support for a Royal Commission into the banking and financial services industry, preventing high-earners from reducing their income tax rate below 30% and disapproval of reduction in weekend penalty rates, it isn’t hard to see how this sycophantic socialist is gaining ground.

Beholden to a pack of castrative anarchic Fabian Feminists, who virtue signal to regressive fools with tired old White guilt rhetoric, one would hope the presstitute polling by the MSN fake news media is once again false in its assertions.

If not, then I foresee the views of new ACTU boss Sally McManus forming the core of non-binary-gender-fluid-pansexual agitation to make Tanya Plibersek Prime Minister.

Food for thought.

 

  • Deplorable Steve

    ‘Bill Shorten, the effeminate balding Bolshevik bottom boy…’

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    Voice of angry Frog can freeze blood of tiger. Old jungle saying…

    • Addelad

      That picture (or whatever it is) is just fantastic – where do you get such things….and in asking, I am proving that I am somewhat of a Luddite.

        • Addelad

          Thank-you. I am working in “outback” Nepal with little Internet, hence the slow response.

          • Your slow Nepalese internet is probably faster than my NBN fraudband.

          • Addelad

            Yep, it’s not bad if you just want to Yak

      • Karen Dwyer

        The Luddites were right, though, weren’t they, smashing the looms and protesting that the new fangled machines would put them out of work?

        I’ve a soft spot for Luddites … much derided but farsighted.

        • Karen, rise of the machines is inevitable.
          Even Baristas, last refuge of the unemployed,are being replaced by robots.
          https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/238caeac89d9955c2fbd9fbe075268093d2f9bb6eafeb11a363f83eefc7e489a.jpg

        • Addelad

          I guess they had a tactical correctness, but not a strategic alignment with reality given how things turned out. Were they the originators of “raging against the machine?”

          • Karen Dwyer

            Despite their modern reputation, the original Luddites were neither opposed to technology nor inept at using it. Many were highly skilled machine operators in the textile industry. Nor was the technology they attacked particularly new. Moreover, the idea of smashing machines as a form of industrial protest did not begin or end with them. In truth, the secret of their enduring reputation depends less on what they did than on the name under which they did it. You could say they were good at branding.

            Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/what-the-luddites-really-fought-against-264412/#H3Jf03HsLOQuBvOd.99
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          • Addelad

            Incisive article, thanks. I know, we are all change-resistant. However, does that excuse us from learning to adapt rather than “raging against the machine?”

          • Karen Dwyer

            I’m not sure – “raging against the machine” sounds like it’s a quote or reference, but I can only find “Rage Against the Machine” lyrics, albums etc.

            However, more generally, I think we all just take on what is useful to us. What is useful we accept, and what is useful we reject. There might be a certain loss of plasticity as we age, but we also have less “space” for the new.
            For example, we can make friends at any age, but as we age we realise that we have finite time and to have time for a new relationship someone in our current social circle has to either die or move away to make room for the new person. That isn’t resistance to change as such, just realistic about who/what one will allocate time to. Priorities.

            My original comment about Luddites (for whom I have a fondness) is due to having relatives who are, and ancestors who were, highly skilled weavers.

          • Addelad

            Of course your correction is valid. It was late, I had vodka…

          • The Luddites appeared in many countries during the Industrial Revolution.
            Saboteur, is supposedly a word derived from “sabot”, which is a clog, that Netherlanders allegedly threw into weaving machines etc. to jam them.
            If a robot were to threaten my job, I would probably arrange for it to “malfunction” or perhaps have an unfortunate industrial accident.
            “Oh, what a terrible shame, that poor innocent robot just fell under the wheels of that 1000 tonne mining truck !”
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  • It could be worse.
    Instead of gay blade Bill, we could be saddled with Penny Wong as Opp. Leader.

  • Warty2

    Much as I dislike little Billy Shorten and Tanya Dribblesac, not to mention el bucho Wong, I don’t think they are winning the debate, rather, I think Malcolm is losing it hands down.
    I don’t know what it is about him. He had his short burst where he was able to get stuck into little Billy and then no more. There are those who say that living in a significant gay electorate has evaporated his testicles, but whatever it is he isn’t able to argue for or against anything of note. His desperate rush to discuss battery farms with this Elon Musk bloke, when Weatherill is simply talking about a 100 megawatt battery ‘farm’, is pitiful to put it politely. I gather this wonder farm will keep my electric tooth brush charged for just a week.
    Warty

    • Addelad

      I think you are right on the money Warty2. Clearly Shorten is below par as a leader of a major political party, his inability to say “with” being just one aspect. Hence (as with the Liberal leader Marshall in my state) you have to look at Turnbollocks to understand what is happening. “Our” side of politics is deeply fractured and we have a flouncy, privileged latte-sipping lefty wanker preening himself as the leader of conservative politics here.
      Even man boobs, “wif” and all the Bolshy nonsense cannot undo the negativity.

  • Karen Dwyer

    Childish of me, I know -but after reading a series of excellent but depressing articles on XYZ the last couple of nights, I am cutting myself some slack – I am very much enjoying the “slap”stick humour involving Mr Shorten.

  • aussiegooner

    Barmy Bill Shorten – an animated vacuum desperately seeking an IQ point to fill it.

  • Bill is proto Green. Actually, he really belongs with Di Natale and the rest of the alfalfa munchers.
    He isn’t Labor, he is a rainbow friendly manboobed autobot.
    Said robot is in sleep mode in the closet, apart from waking up occasionally to insert foot in mouth.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b4a4c1d43bdb4edec53bd6ef5a9b045dae2e2361623095ca78329873bc4788b6.jpg

    • Karen Dwyer

      Every culture has a “bogeyman”, “big bad wolf”,.”bunyip”, or other mythical creature with which to scare the children and make sure they don’t go wandering away and getting hurt.

      I think you might have just found one for the modern era: the billybonce! Scary!

  • Peter Fink

    I am fronted by this description of Bill Shorten. How dare you liken him to all of us cretins – that’s an insult. He isn’t good enough to be called the same as us!