Nicola Roxon: Australia’s Joe McCarthy

Nicola Roxon is Australia’s answer to Joe McCarthy. She is conducting a witch hunt, seeking to stifle debate, making unfair allegations using unfair investigative techniques and subverting the dignity and integrity of the Constitution of Australia as McCarthy did to the Constitution of the United States.

Like McCarthy, Roxon makes reckless and unsubstantiated accusations, as well as demagogic attacks on the character of political adversaries. Her attempts to deprive Australia of free speech amount to a frontal attack on the liberty of Australians.

Even her voice is a drone like that of McCarthy.

Roxonism ? McCarthyism

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72 Responses to Nicola Roxon: Australia’s Joe McCarthy

  1. Infidel tiger

    McCarthy was a great man.

    Roxon is the most despicable woman in Australian history.

  2. JC

    Can’t argue with that, Samuel. I think she seems to be mentally disturbed and I mean this in a clinical sense too.

  3. Poor Old Rafe

    McCarthyism may have over-reached but the problem was real.

  4. JC

    Oh please, let’s not get into a McCarthy was good/bad fred. Even if one disagrees with the real vs the characterization of McCarthy we all know what Samuel is getting at about this mentally disturbed woman.

  5. Gab

    Oh please, let’s not get into a McCarthy was good/bad fred.

    Oh please. What, are you new at the Cat?

  6. Samuel J

    McCarthy gave anti-communism a bad name. He was an extremist willing to trample on the US Constitution. He was opposed to liberty, and had more in common with communism than with capitalism. Many loyal US citizens had their reputations destroyed thanks to McCarthy. His behaviour was unforgivable.

    Communist infiltration of the US was always exaggerated, and the communist system was doomed to collapse as it ultimately did. A planned state can never outperform a market economy.

    The errors in the US (and Australia) by communist sympathisers was their failure to be honest about the evils of Stalinism and Maoism.

  7. Honesty

    McCarthy was dead at age 48. Roxon born 1 April 1967. Hmmm is Roxon a bit of a drinker?

  8. C.L.

    Silly comparison.

    McCarthy was a hero in defence of liberty and was 100 percent right.

  9. Samuel J

    McCarthy was an enemy hero in defence of liberty and was 100 percent wrong right.

    Fixed that for you CL

  10. Samuel J

    I think Joe McCarthy did more to harm the anti-communist cause than Uncle Joe Stalin himself.

  11. C.L.

    Let us suppose that McCarthy was wrong.

    Let us further suppose that it is possible that a government superstructure could be infiltrated massively by a malicious enemy. No stretch, given that the Leader of the Opposition in Australia was a Russian spy back then – and the entire government a union-run RICO racket now.

    Now wouldn’t we want a man in a legislature – one man, if necessary – to be free and brave enough to speak up and strike at this sinister sub rosa invasion?

    I think yes, we would.

    How hard would it be?

    Thanks to the anti-McCarthy myth – oh no, somebody in Hollywood lost his job as a screenwriter for Lassie – exceedingly hard.

    What would the enemy say and claim?

    They’d claim the whistleblower was an “extremist,” a drunk, crazy, a coward, a powerful force (rather than just one man) arrayed against the powerless suspects (who were actually incredibly powerful).

    And that has become the leftist template for destroying all campaigns against their nefarious activities. We saw it in Gillard’s “misogyny” speech, Craig Thomson’s anti-Abbott parliamentary statement, the recent wacko attacks on the NRA.

    The anti-McCarthy myth has done far – far – more damage to democracy and liberty than a single country senator did all those years ago. What’s more, thanks to the Venona transcripts and much else besides, we KNOW that McCarthy was right.

    No figure like him could easily emerge into the world of orchestrated switcheroos, Bolt trials, Roxonian fascism and lying we inhabit now.

    And that, Samuel, is frightening.

    God Bless Joseph McCarthy – patriot.

  12. C.L.

    I think Joe McCarthy did more to harm the anti-communist cause than Uncle Joe Stalin himself.

    I’m reasonably certain this cliche was manufactured by the left in the 1960s and we still see it all these decades later. They said the same thing about Reagan in the 80s.

  13. Samuel J

    CL – yes there were Soviet agents in the US bureaucracy. I think that much is clear. But McCarthy never provided evidence, and he defamed many innocent people. He behaved as judge, jury and executioner. On 2 December 1954, the US Senate itself condemned McCarthy by a vote 67 to 22. I hardly see that as evidence of a conspiracy against McCarthy. He was a drunkard too – dying at 48 from cirrhosis of the liver. As for Doc Evatt, I don’t think he was a Soviet spy. He was too naive for that – although he did employ a Soviet spy.

    In my view, McCarthy’s actions actually helped the Soviet agents remain in their jobs. Acting as the proverbial bull in the china store, he knocked everything down thus hiding evidence that would have brought down the Soviet spies.

  14. McCarthy at least had the right enemy in mind. Roxon – indeed the entire ALP government – has got to that paranoid twitchy-trigger-finger stage that an occupying power has when the occupied are about to turn on them. It’s a reflection on the lack of moral and political legitimacy this government has.

    The only thing that keeps it from falling is the increasing number of politically and morally shaky “Independents” who would not support a no-confidence motion or an early poll because of the effect it’s bound to have on their own political careers. Sure, their political demise is inevitable, but why get off at Redfern when you can ride the Gravy Train all the way to Central?

  15. sdog

    The anti-McCarthy myth has done far – far – more damage to democracy and liberty than a single country senator did all those years ago. What’s more, thanks to the Venona transcripts and much else besides, we KNOW that McCarthy was right.

    Quite so.

  16. Sharper

    Please read the forensic analysis of all the documents, statements, recordings and the like concerning the career of Joe McCarthy in the splendid book “Blacklisted by History” by M Stanton Evans (2007).

    McCarthy’s poor reputation was established by those on the left; people who were McCarthy’s sworn enemies and who had everything to gain and nothing to lose by besmirching the character of a man who, being dead at 48 (a drunkard? Really? Even if true, who cares!) could not defend himself.

    Many of us have fallen into the trap of accepting as gospel the account that has come down to us of McCarthy. It is high time we took another look at this man. Whatever flaws he may have had, they have been blown way out of proportion in a concerted effort to take our gaze away from what good he did. McCarthy was right as the Venona files tell us. Of al people, those that visit the Cat should be open to considering another viewpoint and less likely than the average Joe to swallow uncritically the ‘party’ line.

  17. Blogstrop

    As I have pointedmout in other threads, I am currently reading “Blacklisted By History”, a particularly good and forensic examination of McCarthy from his modest rural beginnings through school, university, early appointment as a judge, then service in WWII – which he was exempted from, but volunteered and served in a combat zone – then his senate career.
    There is a lot of myth and untruth under the microscope in this book. Far from the truth is the oft used one that he made wild accusations. Documentary evidence which has emerged since the break up of the USSR has verified that in a large number of instances he was spot on.
    The drinking was probably later phase development, not being supported by accounts of his life before he became the subject of political attacks himself by being a gadfly rather than a toe the line Washington incumbent. You will of course recall that Mark Steyn identifies the culture of incumbency as one of the fatal flaws in modern America.
    Discussing McCarthy without reading up on all the polemic and rewriting of history associated with him is a lot of wind and fury signifying nothing.
    C.L. Is right, and Samuel, unfortunately, is wrong on this one. He may, however, be correct in identifying Roxon as a danger to our democracy.
    I’m not game to go and find that link again while typing on the ipad, but it’s easy to find the book by googling the title. For the third time in two days I earnestly recommend it.
    As a footnote I also recommend for the umpteenth time that sensible discussion of the causes of the gfc can only be aided by reading Peter Schwiezer’s Architects of Ruin.
    You may think I’m channelling Jim Rose, but both of those books are easy to read and absolutely on the money.

  18. Palmerston

    Yes Blogstrop, anyone who has read “Blacklisted by history” which discusses in detail the cases of those individuals McCarthy attacked will understand the ‘McCarthyite’ nature of many of the attacks on McCarthy.

  19. Mother G

    Roxon is a blot on the political landscape. Another Labor figure who believes it is her right to change the ountry to mirror her own left wing view of the world.

  20. Token

    Roxon is a blot on the political landscape. Another Labor figure who believes it is her right to change the ountry to mirror her own left wing view of the world.

    The danger is that like the intellectual pygmy Lavarch, she will shape our democracy for the worse.

    I can see Slipper, Oakeshott and Windsor waving this tool for ambulance chasers through parliament in return for tweaking the insult clause and a basket full of goodies for their cronies.

    The anger over the “insulted” clause is important, but I do hope pressure remains on the rest of the document.

  21. littleone

    10 years after McCarthy made his accusations, the US government was almost shut down when 10,000 communists were found occupying positions at all federal levels, including the white house. He was right, he went about it in the wrong way. Communists realized they could never defeat the west by military means, so they took the best method available. They just infiltrated the government, and have proceeded to remove the rights of Americans through stifling legislation, a far more damaging method than outright military confrontation.

  22. amcoz

    SamJ, you’ve really nailed it as JoeMac was a terrifying psychopath, in the same way as RockSin is now showing her true psyche; likewise for her mates at the All Liars Party, indubitably so.

  23. Mk50 of Brisbane

    Samuel, I do agree with you re the danger of Roxon. The mendacious national socialist third-rater is conducting a full-scale assault of freedom of expression.

    yet, CL is quite right on McCarthy. VENONA and the KGB Archives brought out by Mitrokhin prove beyond doubt that he was spot on in regards the KGB’s infilitration of and specified parts of the US power elite.

    Unmasked, those same persons struck back through movies and media, probably driving mcCarthy to an early grave and certainly building a myth about him to stop any future such person being able to destroy their plans and intent so successfully.

    ‘Blacklisted by History’ is a book well worth reading, as is Mitrokhin’s ‘Sword and Shield’ and ‘The World was going Our Way’. Also ‘Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America’

  24. Dan

    Von Roxon is more dangerous than McCarthy In that the American constitution actually protects the rights of its citizens, no suck luck in this shithole.

    Her attempts to protect the people by criminalising speech is just plain out of this world.

  25. Token

    SamJ, you’ve really nailed it as JoeMac was a terrifying psychopath

    Unfortunately, SamJ has proven he fell for the Hollywood lefty meme which he should know wouldn’t fly here.

    The more important point is Roxon and the Liars Party which is trying to slip through a laundry list of restrictions on our freedom to the applause of the Love Media.

  26. Up The Workers!

    One thing about Ricola Noxious as the nation’s chief law officer – she sure makes Robert McClelland look brilliant in retrospect.

  27. cohenite

    Roxon inherited the AWU files involving Gillard and Wilson from S&G.

    Why was McClellend, a competent A-G, fired and replaced with Roxon?

  28. Dan

    Why? so she could legislate to avenge her fathers death from willingly smoking cigarettes.

  29. m0nty

    Unfortunately, SamJ has proven he fell for the Hollywood lefty meme which he should know wouldn’t fly here.

    Let this be a lesson to Samuel: don’t annoy the Catholics by criticising their saints.

  30. JC

    Let this be a lesson to Samuel: don’t annoy the Catholics by criticising their saints.

    Yep, no word on Finkelstein or this fascist bitch’s attempt to muzzle pretty much everyone else.

    Fat boy’s problem? It’s da Catholics who are at fault.

  31. On something like this, with multiple versions of fact and reality floating in the winds of propaganda, I tend to go with my instincts: Roxon is evil.
    We didn’t develop the ability to ‘read’ people for nothing.

  32. candy

    To die of cirrhosis of the liver at 48, he must have been inebriated and irrational most of the time.

  33. candy

    What the heck has Catholicism got to do with anything, Monty. One gets so sick of ths insane Catholic bashing but it’s the Labor way …. or the gillard/mcternan way.

  34. .

    Mc Carthy had no basis to any of his claims.

    Even a stopped watch is right twice a day.

    Sure there was communist infiltration and subversion, but everyone else knew that, and they looked for evidence.

    Mc Carthy did not. He took a scatter gun approach and forgot the ideals of the presumption of innocence and due process.

    He accused the US Army of being part of the conspiracy. I believe this was during the Korean War.

    The counsel for the US Army rightly said he had no honour.

    He falsely accused the US Army of committing war crimes in WWII.

    He was funded in politics by a communist trades union.

    Mc Carthy was a disease. Saying he was helpful is like saying that influenza or cancer are good for society because of the weight loss they promote.

  35. JC

    What the heck has Catholicism got to do with anything, Monty. One gets so sick of ths insane Catholic bashing but it’s the Labor way …. or the gillard/mcternan way.

    The left are becoming unhinged. Cl is right, it’s becoming a mental illness.

    A lunatic at another blog (Fran Barlow) suggests Boeing 747’s and 380’s ought land on a barge just out of Sydney Heads and there isn’t a peep from the rest of them. It gets passed as normal conversation and perhaps a good idea.

    We’re talking about sustained and concerted attacks on our rights to free speech and political dissent… Leftwingers bring up da Catholics.

    This isn’t normal behavior. This is a medical problem. Seriously, it’s a medical issue dealing with mental health.

  36. m0nty

    Candy: when CL, the Cat’s most rabid Catholic, says noted Catholic McCarthy “was a hero in defence of liberty and was 100 percent right,” and much McCarthyist anti-communist hysteria was driven by Catholics… there is a connection to be made.

  37. Aliice

    Monty
    Its a faulty connection alright

  38. JC

    there is a connection to be made.

    As I said… totally unhinged.

  39. Aliice

    McCarthy was a disease in every sense…Dot is right. Insidious and out of control with his hatreds. No better than Mao – on the same pathway to control yet coming from a different direction. A petty and vicious bureaucrat dictator who did much wrong.
    McCarthy’s wrongdoing was no myth CL and if there is a connection to McCarthy’s own catholicism – they too have done wrong before in the inquisitions.

  40. JC

    . No better than Mao

    Lol.

    Hey Alice, you obviously haven’t slept off last night’s ‘consumption’.

  41. mareeS

    This thread started out discussing Roxon as a latter-day McCarthy. How did it end up with Catholic-bashing?

  42. JC

    How did it end up with Catholic-bashing?

    All roads lead to Rome with the Left these days.

  43. Aliice

    JC

    “Hey Alice, you obviously haven’t slept off last night’s ‘consumption’.”

    Getting boring JC.

    One line insults, no substance.
    Surely you do not defend McCarthy – but wouldnt surprise me.

  44. m0nty

    Getting boring JC.

    One line insults, no substance.

    That’s all he’s ever got, Alice.

    McCarthy has pride of place in the conservative pantheon, of course they love him. “Libertarian and centre-right”, bollocks to that. A strong strain of anti-liberty conservatism runs through the comments at this place, to the extent that the usual suspects will smack down the author of an OP who is standing up for liberty if he dares criticise one of the conservative saints. And Sinc allows it because he’s a defender of liberty, ironically.

  45. cohenite

    How did it end up with Catholic-bashing?

    That’s right; can we look at Roxon’s proposed legislation. Especially Division 5, Section 15 and Section 124.

  46. JC

    One line insults, no substance.
    Surely you do not defend McCarthy – but wouldnt surprise me.

    Nope, never liked him much. He turned me off when he went after that kid from the state department.

    He was right to call out the commies in high places in the US government though, as we saw that the secrets of the atom bomb were handed to the Stalin and his communist scum.

    McCarthy was a paranoid, but paranoids can also be right at times, although I don’t know a great deal about those times.

    Here’s the other thing.. the two darlings of the left JFK and RFK, didn’t seem to have much of a problem with him at the time. I’m guessing though, that some leftwing idiot, like you or Fat Boy will follow the dots and come up with the fact they were also da Catholics.

  47. JC

    Fat boy and Alice seem to be getting along nicely. Who would have thought that was possible.

  48. Dan

    Weird, a bill for anti discrimination protects positive discrimination

    s21 Special measures to achieve equality are not discrimination
    (1)
    (2)
    Special measures to achieve equality are not discrimination
    None of the following is discrimination:
    (a) conduct that is a special measure to achieve equality;
    (b) conduct engaged in in accordance with a special measure to achieve equality.
    Meaning of special measure to achieve equality
    Subject to subsections (3) and (4), a law, policy or program made, developed or adopted, or other conduct engaged in, by a person or body is a special measure to achieve equality if:
    (a)
    (b)
    the person or body makes, develops or adopts the law, policy or program, or engages in the conduct, in good faith for the sole or dominant purpose of advancing or achieving substantive equality for people, or a class of people, who have a particular protected attribute or a particular combination of 2 or more protected attributes; and
    a reasonable person in the circumstances of the person or body would have considered that making, developing or adopting the law, policy or program, or engaging in the conduct, was necessary in order to advance or achieve substantive equality.

  49. Token

    Let this be a lesson to Samuel: don’t annoy the Catholics by criticising their saints.

    You’d fit in at the ABC with your Self-Hating Catholic sectarian attitudes.

  50. cohenite

    Weird, a bill for anti discrimination protects positive discrimination

    Exactly. For example why does this bill exempt religion from prosecution when religion is the main source of discrimination [Sections 32 and 33]? This would mean women still cannot become Catholic priests and Islamic women would have no right to not wear the burqa.

    In addition why does the Bill exempt members of parliament and arguably bureaucrats from prosecution when the legislature is the other main source of discrimination [Section 15(2)]? This would mean any elected official outside the protection of parliamentary privilege could still offend under the description of the Act.

    The Act also propose a reversal of the onus of proof [Section 124]; it is a maxim that it is legally impossible to prove a negative which is what anyone who has been accused of an offence under the Act would be required to do. Such an onerous requirement would mean ordinary people could not defend themselves due to the unavoidable legal fees.

    To create new rights involves compromising or destroying old rights. It is clear that this Act would compromise many aspects of the right to free speech; and it would do so without touching the main sources of discrimination.

  51. Aliice

    JC

    Agree re McCarthy being dangerously paranoid. Cant ignore anyone in a position of power who specialises in pyramid style persecution games and had everyone running scared – by that I mean use the network approach “let one victim dob in the next” / let one person “dob in a neighbour”. and glories in it.

    Someone should have shot the bastard IMHO. Fortunately he tanked himself early.

    The pool is totally washed out – waves too big so Im just delaying the marking collection but now must force myself to go fetch it.

    Monty

    Sinc is just fine and I agree there is an anti liberty conservatism evident here as well.
    Name a political blog that doesnt have its fundamentalists to one doctrine or another.
    I can think of another site where one woman goes on and on forever about Henry George and that damn land tax – they think land tax will save the world and even generate sustainable electricity on the way. God Georgists gets boring too.
    Then there was a certain ALP party marketer at Quiggers who even at the height of the prior NSW state labor pollies antics could see no evil in his beloved party anywhere.
    Brainwashed to be not only blind but subservient.

  52. C.L.

    No no. McCarthy was 100 percent right and this is an historical fact.

    He was no more a drunk than chickenhawk John Curtin.

    As for liberty, Australian Catholics – specifically Bob Santamaria and Daniel Mannix – were responsible for destroying the greatest domestic threat to liberty in our history. It was, according to the late Diamond Jim McClelland, a close-run thing.

  53. stackja

    Samuel J – 30 Jan 13 at 1:10 am

    Venona showed there was a problem but we still do not know how much damage the CPUSA did.

    Venona project – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    The Venona project was a long-running secret collaboration of the United States and United Kingdom intelligence agencies involving cryptanalysis of messages …
    Venona – NSA/CSS
    15 Jan 2009 … The U.S. Army’s Signal Intelligence Service, the precursor to the National Security Agency, began a secret program in February 1943 later …

  54. Aliice

    Time to go. CL is back with the pro McCarthy view (unique to CL?).
    CL – McCarthy died at 48 of cirrhosis of the liver and he could take it less and less as he got towards that age. Its probably safe to say he was quite nuts already well before he died.

  55. Milton Von Smith

    McCarthy was right, Roxon is wrong: end of story.

  56. Leigh Lowe

    McCarthy died at 48 of cirrhosis of the liver and he could take it less and less as he got towards that age. Its probably safe to say he was quite nuts already well before he died.

    What’s Roxy’s excuse?

  57. Jazza

    I need to revise my title for that vixen
    I have been calling her the “Time Warp Teenie Bopper” but she is decidedly far more dangerous than a teenie.
    In my mind’s eye, she now appears as some form of a Madame Lefarge,calmly watching the destruction of Australian mores and rights.

  58. C.L.

    No no. McCarthy was 100 percent right and this is an historical fact.

    The leftist squirrel strategy of citing his Curtin and Churchill-like drinking is not relevant.

    Try again.

  59. Pedro

    In a free country politicians should not conduct witch-hunts and ruin peoples lives on the basis of their political views. Nor should they go on fishing expeditions hoping to find a treasonable crime through a public inquisition. In this respect McCarthy was as bad as the people he claimed to oppose. Praising McCarthy is up there with “we had to destroy the village to save it.”

    Roxon is equivalent to McCarthy in that she apparently has a substantial disregard for the liberties expected in a free country. It amazes me that after all the criticism, Roxon hasn’t come out and admitted that perhaps she’d been over-reaching.

    You can’t praise the HAAC and criticise Roxon’s bill without being a hypocrite.

  60. Jannie

    McCarthy was mostly right about leftist infiltration into all levels of the US government and industry, particularly media/entertainment. But he was paranoid nonetheless, and so excessive that he lost credibility amongst moderates, and thereby he afforded the infiltrators plausible cover. He comes across as a narrow minded control freak to me, and no intelectual ally of freedom.

  61. jupes

    Weird, a bill for anti discrimination protects positive discrimination

    FTFY Dan.

  62. Borisgodunov

    Ropshitz and the whole alp / green / totally dependent shower comit Treason Daily,trying to deprive us of our Liberty.Theyvshould be arrested and tried before a Peoples Tribunal,with no Lying lawyers and no alp appointed judges.they should get Life ina Strict Regime Hard Labour Facility,and all their family assets confiscated.They claim to love labor ,we will give them Hard Labour!

  63. BM

    McCarthy was combatting Communism and the Soviet Empire.

    Roxon is combatting ‘hurt feelings’.

    Hardly equivalent, even if their methods are similar.

  64. Piett

    CL

    The crucial question is: what was the overlap between (a) the spies uncovered by Venona, and (b) the people who McCarthy attacked in the Congressional hearings?

    My understanding is there was little or no overlap. McCarthy had no access to Venona intelligence. He just went on the rampage against a bunch of unconnected lefties.

    If you’re going to use the powers of a US Senator to target individual people in this manner, with none of the balances and evidentiary requirements of a court hearing, then for Heaven’s sake get your targets right.

  65. stackja

    Pedro 30 Jan 13 at 1:03 pm HAAC

    The House Un-American Activities Committee was not McCarthy.
    HUAC Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives, established in 1938 under Martin Dies (D-TX) as chairman, that conducted investigations through the 1940s. So Dems started the process. Now we have their friends the ALP wanting to follow.

  66. Pedro

    If you’re going to use the powers of a US Senator to target individual people in this manner, with none of the balances and evidentiary requirements of a court hearing, then for Heaven’s sake get your targets righteven if you’re correct, it’s still a shocking abuse under a constitutional and limited government.

  67. Aliice

    Really I think comparing Roxon who I agree is painful, with McCarthy is stretching it somewhat.

  68. Jim Rose

    be careful for what you wish for. British Columbia has an extremely broad hate speech law that prohibits the publication of any statement that “indicates” discrimination or is “likely” to expose a person or group or class of persons to hatred or contempt.

    Professor Sunera Thobani of the University of British Columbia faced a hate crimes investigation under this statute after she delivered a vicious diatribe against American foreign policy.

    Thobani, a Marxist feminist and multiculturalist activist, remarked that Americans are “bloodthirsty, vengeful and calling for blood.”

    The Canadian hate-crimes law was created to protect minority groups from hate speech. But in this case, it was invoked to protect Americans.

  69. Elizabeth (Lizzie) B.

    Roxon is combatting ‘hurt feelings’.

    No BM. Roxon is combatting us. Anyone who wants to be left alone to get on with it. Anyone who has a different thought or a different opinion.

    Roxon is a dangerous paranoid political control freak subverting a lot of those things that men fought and died for in Australia in the past.

    She has no idea of the price of liberty.

    She is a bit more than painful, Alice.

  70. .

    Really I think comparing Roxon who I agree is painful, with McCarthy is stretching it somewhat.

    Not at all.

    She is a malignant woman with twisted ideas.

  71. WhaleHunt Fun

    Can’t wait for the legislation to pass and then be used by the new govt to eviscerate every single ABC employee. To see them gaoled and them and their entire families ruined for generations simply for not being sufficiently suckingly approbational towards Abbott will be ecstatically pleasing. After the first few ruinations the cowards will all start sucking but it will be too late. The bleeding blisters on their knees will not save them.

  72. WhaleHunt Fun

    Abbott simply needs to make it illegal to be Roxon.
    Job done.

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