“Oh, that is brilliant!”

From Tim Blair who titled his post This Doesn’t Happen. I’m merely posting it as a public service message since this is the sort of thing that must come to a stop immediately.

And it is an absolute protocol in Australia, which I have never seen violated, that in getting in and out of a lift, it is women and children first.

I wonder whether this is related to Tim’s other story about Julie Bishop.

Ms Bishop told the Women’s Weekly event in Sydney that when other women joined cabinet, they made “a little deal”.

“It didn’t matter what the other woman said, the rest of us would say, ‘oh, that is brilliant!'” she said.

Which I am sure it always was.

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83 Responses to “Oh, that is brilliant!”

  1. jupes

    Surely there were two women in the Abbott cabinet.

    Chrissy Pyne identifies as such.

  2. stackja

    My politeness taught early. My late mum hated being called ‘ms’.

  3. stackja

    Liberty Quote
    If a man is called a Chinaman, a member of the Labour Party will always be found ready to rise and protest against his employment. I have no sympathy with any such narrow-minded pettifogging views.

    — Donald Cameron, member for the Free Trade Party, March 22, 1904

  4. cuckoo

    I’ve worked in Australian offices for 30 years and never seen anything like this. On the other hand we did have a shop steward (or equivalent) who was a self-styled Hero of the Wurrking Class, and attractive young female staff learned very early on not to share a lift with him. Maybe the HRC can make an ad about that.

  5. candy

    Chrissy Pyne identifies as such.

    I wonder if after SSM is legalised, he will come out?
    It would be a wonderful story, and really help the cause of gay people in the Parliament, as Bill Shorten says they need a quota for gays, but if Chris Pyne is brave, he could lead the way.

    Be brave, Mr Pyne.

  6. Entropy

    “It didn’t matter what the other woman said, the rest of us would say, ‘oh, that is brilliant!’” she said.

    What’s am impressive way to convince your peers of your capability.

    In the real world, if the thought bubble wasn’t thought through and Bishop jumped up and said “oh, that is brilliant!” everyone would just think quietly “is she so stupid she can’t see why that is a bad idea?”

    It’s also as stupid and annoying as those student union wankers that attend a meeting and wildly clap and cheer every time their specifying candidate pauses for breath.

  7. max

    I recently need to renew license, first questions asked was :Are you of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin?

    that is institutional racism that is a problem, not individual racism.

    leftists using the epithet racist to smear their enemies is nothing new.

    what leftists never do is define what exactly it means to be racist other than to say something, hold an opinion, make an observation, or espouse a viewpoint that they don’t like.

    Is it racist to tell a racial joke?
    Is it racist to laugh at a racial joke?
    Is it racist to use a racial epithet?
    Is it racist to only want to marry someone of one’s own race?
    Is it racist to only want your children to marry someone of their own race?
    Is it racist to oppose busing children to distant schools to achieve racial integration?
    Is it racist to not trust anything said by Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson?
    Is it racist to not want interracial grandchildren?
    Is it racist to oppose the removal of the Confederate flag from state capitols?
    Is it racist to avoid certain neighborhoods at night?
    Is it racist to never walk or drive through certain neighborhoods at any time of the day?
    Is it racist to oppose Affirmative Action?
    Is it racist to believe that anti-discrimination laws violate private property rights, freedom of association, and freedom of contract?
    Is it racist to say that Brown v. Board of Education was based on faulty reasoning?
    Is it racist to say that the extent of racism in American society is exaggerated?
    Is it racist to question certain aspects of the Civil Rights Act of 1964?
    Is it racist to question certain aspects of the Voting Rights Act of 1965?
    Is it racist to be weary of all the streets named after Martin Luther King Jr.?
    Is it racist to not want to live in a particular part of town?
    Is it racist to point out that certain ethnic groups have higher high school drop-out rates than others?
    Is it racist to believe that different groups tend to have common characteristics?
    Is it racist to question whether a jury made up of one race can render an impartial verdict when the defendant is of another race?
    Is it racist to point out that certain ethnic groups have lower IQs than others?
    Is it racist to oppose one of President Obama’s policies?
    Is it racist to point out that certain ethnic groups have lower test scores than others?
    Is it racist to say that all lives matter?
    Is it racist to notice the income disparities that exist among racial groups?
    Is it racist to criticize certain ethnic groups for looting, destroying, and burning down their own neighborhoods?
    Is it racist to not have any friends of a different race?
    Is it racist to criticize the actions of Northern troops during the Civil War and Reconstruction?
    Is it racist to point out that Lincoln’s primary goal was to save the union and not to free the slaves?
    Is it racist to point out the role that tariffs played in the Civil War?
    Is it racist to oppose special federal aid to Historically Black Colleges?
    Is it racist to refer to the Civil War as the War for Southern Independence?
    Is it racist to oppose “open borders”?
    Is it racist to call for a “sane” immigration policy?
    Is it racist to question the institution of Black History Month or Hispanic Heritage Month?
    Is it racist to refer to people as “illegal aliens”?
    Is it racist to oppose the issuing of driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants?
    Is it racist to oppose the government having an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)?
    Is it racist to oppose minority set-aside contracts?
    Is it racist to loathe rap and hip hop music?
    Is it racist to notice that certain minority groups are “underrepresented” in particular professions?
    Is it racist to question the necessity of Congress having a Congressional Black Caucus?
    Is it racist to support voter ID laws?
    Is it racist to oppose same-day voter registration?
    Is it racist to oppose majority-minority voting districts?
    Is it racist to oppose birthright citizenship?
    Is it racist to notice that minority students are disproportionately disciplined in school?
    Is it racist to oppose welfare?
    Is it racist to point out the out-of-wedlock birth rate of certain ethnic groups?
    Is it racist to be concerned about the changing demographics of certain areas of the country?
    Is it racist to not want your grandchildren to live in a country where people of their race are in the minority?
    Is it racist to talk about States’ Rights?
    Is it racist to talk about the Tenth Amendment?
    Does saying one of these things, holding one of these opinions, making one of these observations, or espousing one of these viewpoints mean that one hates, wishes ill will toward, or intends to commit violence against some racial, ethnic, or national group? Not at all. They may, in fact, be based on common sense, historical fact, or personal preference. Racism has nothing to do with it.

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2016/08/laurence-m-vance/racist/

  8. mh

    I heard Dr Karl talk about the number of people that get injured by elevator doors closing on their arms/hands when they do exactly what that woman did in the video. It’s a presumption that the beam is going to be broken every time and immediately stop the elevator door closing. Bad idea.

  9. Muddy

    Just watched the ad, and my first response is: What the feckitty-feck?

    Next up: “Misandry. It starts with you.”

  10. Whoever scripted this vile propaganda wants to start a race war. In itself it is overtly racist and sexist, further emphasised by the meme that only white men can be either;

    Lets just cut to the chase and start the bloody fighting, that’s what they want.

  11. John Constantine

    Their julie bishop.

    Felt it had to tear down and destroy an elected government of her own party, by treacherous two-faced backstabbing and leaks to Stalins own media.

    Because Tony Abbott didn’t interupt cabinet meetings every time bishop spoke to gushingly exclaim:

    “You are brilliant, julie bishop”
    and lead a round of applause for every brainfart.

    This slush-bishop creature is now free to flitter about the world and sign up for the looting, pillaging and destruction of racist, deplorable, colonial settler Australia at the hands of Stalins own Orcs.

    All skeletor asks in return is that the beautiful people all exclaim:

    “You are brilliant, julie bishop”

    Worlds cheapest and most treacherous quisling, and it is our very own skeletor.

    “You are brilliant, julie bishop” go the Comrades.

  12. mh

    In the next taxpayer funded HRC video, the two women hook up and plan to marry.

  13. Roger

    Our tax dollars mainstreaming critical race theory.

    Thanks a lot, useless Liberals.

  14. stackja

    Liberty Quote
    The financial acid test of most ‘public’ services is whether the people forwhomthey are supposedly intended would pay for them. Let government and subsidised ‘public’ services be judged not by politicians and lobbyists but by the people for whom they are intended.

    — Arthur Seldon

  15. John Constantine

    Every man in cabinet had to sit there, knowing treacherous, shit for brains Bishop was only deputy leader of the party because of meeting a quota.

  16. Myrddin Seren

    “I would say something, come up with an idea, put forward a point of view and wait for a response. Nothing.”

    Ms Bishop said she would then see another colleague propose “exactly my idea, exactly my initiative”.

    “It didn’t matter what the other woman said, the rest of us would say, ‘oh, that is brilliant!'” she said.

    Strangely, while vast slabs of TA’s Cabinet seemed to leak to the press gallery like colanders, I don’t recall reportage of either the initial:

    ‘There, there – Julie, have another biscuit’

    nor the later:

    ‘Wow – one of the female Cabinet members made a suggestion and the rest of the ladies broke in to the Spice Girls !’

    Far be it from me to look at my watch instead of Julie and Lisa’s mutual admiration society but it is a pity we have to wait 30 years for the Cabinet records to be released. By which time the Australian press will probably consist of the People’s Daily and Xinhua – neither of whom will have any interest in the goings on of the former colonialist oppressor regime in what will probably be a tributary client state of the Middle Kingdom.

  17. dauf

    yep, thats the calibre of our politicians…supporting unless Mal…”oh thats brilliant”

  18. Mother Lode

    HRC creature: Hey! I see you didn’t buy anything in that shop. Did they throw you out? Refuse to serve you? That’s racism! You can sue them!

    Ordinary person: Who? Me? Er, no. I didn’t even go in.

    HRC: Did they stop you going in? That is racism! You can sue them!

    OP: What? No. I have absolutely no desire to go in there.

    HRC: Do you think it is because of how they advertise? Perhaps they avoid targeting advertising to people of your sort?

    OP: My sort?

    HRC: Exactly!

    OP: No. I mean, what do you mean ‘my sort’?

    HRC: Asian!

    OP: Look in the window. They have an Asian model right there.

    HRC: What are you? Chinese? I reckon you look Chinese. That one looks Korean. I reckon there is racism right there. You can sue them.

    OP: Look, you silly little man. It looks like a nice shop. I am sure there are many Koreans, Laotians, Chinese Japanese and…Asian-ese people that go there. But look – It’s a menswear shop. I am a woman. There is nothing in there I want to buy.

    HRC: Ah. I get it now. I see where you are coming from. Sexism! You can sue them…

  19. John Constantine

    This why their left love quotas, creatures like Bishop can get quota occupation of deputy leaders position in a technically not so left party, then take it full transnational Stalinist.

    We demand to know which of bishops ignored ideas was worth betraying her leader over.

    Has bishops brilliant idea helped the country in any way?.

  20. H B Bear

    I suspect Waffleworth’s Performing Stick Insect was Deputy PM because for years she was the conduit for the WA mining dollars to flow into the sinking ship that is the Lieborals. I suspect that flow has dried up completely if Waffles has to dip into his own pocket to keep the election winning machine that is the Waffleworth Coalition Team barely afloat.

  21. John Constantine

    Anybody on twitter able to ask Bishop which ignored Bishop brilliance caused the south American style lapse into rabble rebel banana republic government.

  22. notafan

    Tell you what every time someone doesn’t hold a lift for me I’m gonna squeal racism


    From this bs we get that bs

  23. miltonf

    More evidence of what the LP really thinks of its (former) base.

  24. miltonf

    Leaves no doubt we are in RGR MkIV.

  25. Tom

    This is the filthy, stinking, hate-filled destination of identity politics that treats women like helpless four-year-old girls. Disgraceful. An insult to taxpayers. Defund the HRC now.

  26. miltonf

    Just the cultural marxist aka PC project being ratcheted up another notch.

  27. Max, it took me a while to read through all of your questions as to what is racist.

    The answer to every one of those questions is:

    Yes it is racist IF you are a white male.

    However IF you are “a person of colour” the answer is:

    Not necessarily, however you are probably suffering from false consciousness and need to watch a lot more videos from the AHRC to correct your thinking.

  28. marcus classis

    The ad is inherently racist. It makes a presumption about the male with the white skin being racist. That presumption is racist. It is also sexist.

    To whom do I make a formal complaint of the racism and sexism in this ad?

    Quite serious. Is it the advertising standards mob?

  29. H B Bear

    Seriously, what is it going to take to have this disgrace shut down? I imagine the Lieborals will be all over this.

  30. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Sorry, after the saga of THAT computer laboratory, the Human Rights Commission doesn’t have a great deal of credibility.

  31. Jannie
    #2517078, posted on October 7, 2017 at 2:01 pm
    Whoever scripted this vile propaganda wants to start a race war.

    Tim Soutphommasane.

  32. Boambee John

    Jannie
    #2517078, posted on October 7, 2017 at 2:01 pm
    Whoever scripted this vile propaganda wants to start a race war. In itself it is overtly racist and sexist, further

    Domestic biolence ads also seem to show only white middle class men perpretating domestic violence.

  33. Boambee John

    Myrddin at 1450

    By which time the Australian press will probably consist of the People’s Daily and Xinhua – neither of whom will have any interest in the goings on of the former colonialist oppressor regime in what will probably be a tributary client state of the Middle Kingdom.

    Given a choice between Chinese and Muslim overlords, on balance I would prefer Chinese.

  34. Oh come on

    This is the way today’s Left wants the world to be. It wants a world that contains problems that only their otherwise completely useless skillsets can address.

    So if the world has no need for them, they will try like buggery to create ‘problems’ that only they can ‘fix’.

  35. John Constantine

    Why do we assume the human in the suit and tie is a man?.

    Is it because of the misogyny and racism?.

    Isn’t it unconscious bias by the left to craft as openly a nineteen fifties style advertisement?.

  36. Oh come on

    Where is this ad going to be shown? I don’t think the HRC has the funds to run it on TV. They’re spending a lot of money making YouTube clips, then, aren’t they? Seems like a waste of money even by the HRC’s standards.

  37. Leo G

    Sexist stereotyping by the HRC in a situation purporting to demonstrate behaviour motivated by racism, but where there is no clear evidence of the racist motivation.

  38. Chris M

    So they actually committed a racist act in filming this.

    perhaps there was a valid reason, maybe the second lady smelt really bad.

  39. duncanm

    I’m not entirely sure why that bloke was trying to get in the white girl’s pants. It’s not as if she’s a stunner or anything.

  40. mh

    At 0:03 in the video he is one step away from the elevator door, at 0:04 he takes another step towards the elevator, then at the 0:06 mark he is 1 metre away from the elevator.

  41. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    How can anyone be racist, when races don’t even exist??????

  42. Up The Workers!

    Who do white Australian males complain to,, about the vile misandrist, anti-Australian racist bigots and bigotesses at the A.L.P.’s “Human Wrongs Commission”?

  43. mh

    The dark lady is running past several other elevators – in impractical shoes – just to dive into the furthest elevator . Unless there was an emergency, it was a bloody stupid thing to do. If she behaves like that every day she’ll end up having a serious accident.

  44. Up The Workers!

    The H.R.C.’s cash would be far better spent making a shaming video about the desirability of the parents of a disabled child making an effort to, ‘invest in an emotional attachment’ with that child, rather than callously abandoning it to be fostered or adopted out to somebody else.

    People who live in glass houses are in no position to throw stones, and as far as I can recall, the H.R.C. have still not had the common decency to apologise or pay reparations to the victim of that disgraceful racist extortion at the University of Queensland yet.

  45. candy

    It’s an obnoxious stupid ad. Only weirdos would think it meaningful to present day Australia.

  46. Up The Workers!

    The thought occurs that the bloke in that ad could be like a certain A.L.P.B.C. on-air “personality” who just happened to have a “white-skinned day” on the occasion when the ad was filmed. The next day he might well have been black, followed by varying shades of brown on each of the other 28 days of the month.

    Being A.L.P.B.C., he might also be any one of Q.W.E.R.T.Y.L.G.B.T.Q.I. or at an outside chance, possibly even a M or an F, depending on what day of the week it is or what the toss of a coin determined.

    Alternatively, the girl who pointedly got out of the elevator, may have just done the silent-but-deadly bastard’s act of “dropping her lunch” in the elevator before the doors shut on her poor, gagging victim.

    With an appropriate caption at the bottom of the screen, all could be warned by the H.R.C., NEVER to step into an elevator with THAT girl.

  47. rickw

    That is a disgusting and vile slur against Australians, shit like that never happened.

    Meanwhile in Possumarse’s homeland:

    Fruck you (*)!
    Get out of my fruckking wift!!!

    *Burmese
    *Cambodian
    *Indian
    etc.

  48. Why do we assume the human in the suit and tie is a man?.

    An interesting point John C. The ad seems to be hitting the white “male” (if that is the gender and colour he identifies with today) in a double whammy – white and male. (After all, we don’t know if she’s/he’s an ex-girlfriend/boyfriend he or she has recently and acrimoniously broken up with, thus doesn’t want to share the lift with her/him.) Could it be that the HRC and its advertising agency are being a bit gender-ist? And of course the white woman (assuming that is the gender and colour she identifies with today) stands in sisterly solidarity with the “woman of colour” (if that is the gender and colour she identifies with today).

    Shame on them, the HRC, the leftie PC idiots et al. They really do not understand how painfully stupid and ridiculous they make themselves look.

  49. Tel

    I propose a new slogan: “Bullshit: I’ll call you on it.”

  50. Barry 1963

    I don’t think that not holding a lift for someone on the basis of race is unlawful. It would be impolite, but on my reading of the Racial Discrimination Act, I can’t see a breach. I may be wrong here. I don’t approve of racists: we are born with our race, we can’t change it. Judge me on my character, but if you judge me on my race, you are prejudiced.

  51. Snoopy

    What’s racist is the AHRC supporting the notion that Blacks are always late. Murri time etc.

  52. candy

    When you think about it, the HRC must be kicking itself it did not use the usual “cranky old white man” as the guy in the lift. It’s who the Left usually talk about as being responsible for all the ills of Australia, of homophobia, racism etc.

    Using a young guy, who could easily be gay/transgender, would seem to be alienating their own people.

  53. cynical1

    I wonder how many absolute die-hard fans have never been to a GF?

    This cow has been to the last four.

    On their taxes…

  54. alexnoaholdmate

    I’m sorry. but if you agree to regard as brilliant any idea or proposal, no matter how terrible, simply because it comes from a woman – then that is sexism.

    If you don’t believe me – just imagine if the sexes were reversed in this situation. The howling from the likes of Bishop (and Hillary) would be heard at the North Pole.

  55. calli

    Racism: it starts with ads.

  56. calli

    Stupid women always band together.

    Or risk “othering”. One-time Head Girl Bitchop knows this.

  57. Domestic biolence

    Domestic biolence must stop!

    Whatever that is.

  58. How can anyone be racist, when races don’t even exist??????

    Zippy the Great. Nailed it.

  59. Rabz

    I caught a train today and nearly blew my stack.

    Several mobile letterboxes and their smelly weirded handlers, way too many imbecilic asians bellowing top note in their incomprehensible gutteral dialects, masses of cellulite laden white prostitutes heading off to (what I presumed was) their annual general meeting and then lots of dickless, screechy and whiny white male woofters clad in some of the most ridiculous ill fitting rags I’d ever had the misfortune to behold.

    Just another day in Sydneystan.

  60. marcus classis

    I can also read that ad as two bigotty female bigots dissing a heroic transman.
    Or as two bigotty female bigots dissing a heroic homosexual.
    Or s two bigotty female bigots dissing a heroic one of these

  61. Robber Baron

    Pomarse has got it arse-about. The bloke is actually a transgender woman, the white woman is white indigenous and the black woman is actually Rachel Dolezal. The only racist here is Rachel.

  62. alexnoaholdmate

    I caught a train today and nearly blew my stack.

    Everyone of Indian descent smells of spices.

    It’s true. And it’s not necessarily an unpleasant smell, before anyone accuses me of being “physically repelled” by Indians. I’m not. In fact, I find their women quite charming.

    When I can’t smell them. Because they smell of spices.

  63. Chris Langan-Fox

    FEMINISM: it stops with YOU.

  64. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    I’de like to see racism stop with me. The next time, I’m spat on, and called a “white count” or the Memsahib is assaulted for refusal to buy an Aboriginal woman ” some smokes until pension day”, I would, indeed like to see racism stop with me.

  65. Nerblnob

    Am I correctly guessing that the “that’s brilliant!” chorus accepted MT as an honorary woman?

  66. twostix

    lol the cockroach class are further trying to turn childless spinster “career women” against their men.

    Shortly, within one generation, that entire class of people – the 35-45 year old urban upper middle class (the kind of people who care about lunatic propoganda like this and are dumb enough to follow it) – will genuinely no longer exist.

    Too bad.

  67. twostix

    The dumbest thing about the ad is the idea that a man in “modern Australia” would hold an elevator for an Empowered Woman in such an obviously 1950’s way.

    That was banned in the last campaign against white men, it doesn’t happen.

  68. iain russell

    With mh on this. Never, ever use a body part to keep a lift door open. The ad should be immediately withdrawn and Soupy Sales and his Gang fronted before the Worksafe courts.

  69. incredible. The ongoing demonisation of Anglo men in this country continues apace. Some invented rubbish feverishly dreamed up by some thumb twiddling parasitic idiot hiving off my taxes. i have worked in this sort of environment all of my considerable working life and never ever once seen anything like this, but have seen thousands of instances of the exact opposite. in fact i have never seen anything vaguely like it anywhere in this country. i’m surprised they didn’t depict him as an Aussie bogan dressed in work boots, stubbies and a corked hat. Maybe pomarse based it on something he saw happen in his ‘old culture’. About all i have encountered is men being told off for holding doors open for some bolshie women.

  70. struth

    This lift thing is wrong on so many levels!

  71. iamok

    Agree with other posters. I have NEVER seen anything like this happen in any office, nor have I heard of it happening. I call this bullshit cos that is just what it is.

  72. John Constantine

    Shouldn’t one of them been wearing a burka?.

  73. John Constantine

    Under the new laws passed by their canberra shire council, is this thread illegal and punishable in the peoples revolutionary republic of jonestown-canberragrad?.

    http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/act-parliament-passes-religious-vilification-laws-20160804-gqlagu.html

    “Thursday’s changes to the Discrimination Act also added disability to the list, so it is now illegal to vilify someone because of disability, religion, race, sexuality, gender identity, and HIV/AIDS status. Vilification can include social media posts, actions in a workplace and wearing clothes, signs or flags that would incite hatred, contempt, ridicule or revulsion.

    Liberal leader Jeremy Hanson said the Liberals wanted a harmonious, multicultural society free from extremism. “

  74. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV)

    “Thursday’s changes to the Discrimination Act also added disability to the list, so it is now illegal to vilify someone because of disability, religion, race, sexuality, gender identity, and HIV/AIDS status. Vilification can include social media posts, actions in a workplace and wearing clothes, signs or flags that would incite hatred, contempt, ridicule or revulsion.*

    * protection does not cover old white men

  75. duncanm

    Under the new laws passed by their canberra shire council, is this thread illegal and punishable in the peoples revolutionary republic of jonestown-canberragrad?.

    Thursday’s changes to the Discrimination Act also added disability to the list, so it is now illegal to vilify someone because of disability, religion, race, sexuality, gender identity, and HIV/AIDS status

    Nah – we’re right. This is vilification of a government quango.. with Soup-man the focus point.

    The Ad vilifies white men, but as Zippy says, they’re implicitly excluded from all such legislation.

    Anglo men are like the space between the words on a page; essential, but forgotten.

  76. Myrddin Seren

    Under the new laws passed by their canberra shire council, is this thread illegal and punishable in the peoples revolutionary republic of jonestown-canberragrad?.

    Liberal leader Jeremy Hanson said the Liberals wanted a harmonious, multicultural society free from extremism.

    Given that we have seen any group who have concerns about open doors immigration labelled as ‘Far Right’, then ‘Yes’ – under the ever-broadening definition of ‘extremism’ there is no doubt whatsoever that at a point in the near future The Cat will be outlawed as ‘extremist’.

    I hope participation is not retrospectively criminalised, but I wouldn’t be be confident about that either.

    And from what we have seen of the Turnbull United Party and A-G Gergis al-Brandis of late, it is a coin toss as to whether a Labor-Greens government or a Turnbull United Party government label Catallaxians as ‘outlaws’.

  77. John64

    The ad is inherently racist. It makes a presumption about the male with the white skin being racist. That presumption is racist. It is also sexist.

    The Ad vilifies white men

    Any white-skinned male could feel “insulted” and “offended” by this disgrace of an ad.

    A Section 18c complaint could quite reasonably be lodged against Kommissar Southpossuminsane.

  78. Alain

    Chrissy Pyne identifies as such.

    I wonder if after SSM is legalised, he will come out?
    It would be a wonderful story, and really help the cause of gay people in the Parliament, as Bill Shorten says they need a quota for gays, but if Chris Pyne is brave, he could lead the way.

    Be brave, Mr Pyne

    Even better if Pyne and Brandis get “married” in the Great Hall at Parliament House to show that our parliament is leading the way toward the new future of rainbow fascist superiority!

  79. mh

    And the winner is…

    struth
    #2517509, posted on October 8, 2017 at 7:08 am

    This lift thing is wrong on so many levels!

  80. thefrolickingmole

    Is this ad meant to make me want to punch the makers in the face?
    Because it makes me want to punch the makers in the face.

    Though they didnt try hard enough, he wasnt wearing a blue tie.

  81. Louis

    So if the women in the lift hadn’t stopped it, would that mean she was a racist too?

    I didn’t see him push the closed door button nor that he was the closest to the buttons. Why did the woman assume his motive was racism rather than just “I’ve already waited for one person. If I stop for another there will probably be another as well and I’ll never get there”.

    I know 9 times out of 10 that I hold the door for someone because I think they are so close, the doors get opened again by the next person who thinks they just got there. Which also seems to then embarrasses the first person for whom the lift was stopped, as they hold themselves responsible for all further hold-ups.

  82. mh

    This taxpayer funded video has 35 likes, 555 dislikes.

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