Read the following very carefully

As reported in the Sydney Morning Herald, the Hon. Christopher Pyne just said the following:

My message to all my colleagues is that disunity is death and if anyone thinks they are going to do well by creating disunity, they don’t do so. I’ve been in Parliament for a quarter of a century. I can tell you that when parties are disunited, they lose.

So my message to everyone is that if you want to bring about change, if you want to propose certain ideas, they’re always best proposed inside the forums of the government or the party and then taken through the normal processes. But disunity will only end in one result, and that is a Labor government.

Breath taking ….

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88 Responses to Read the following very carefully

  1. zyconoclast

    The curse of the Black Hand

    How appropriate Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne was speaking to a Liberal left faction group called the Black Hand when he made his unguarded comments about legalising same sex marriage and the power of the Liberal left in the Turnbull government.

    This occurred in a bar at a casino?

  2. entropy

    This parasitic prick is one of the main reasons the libs are dead. As it always is with creatures of the left, they are usually guilty of the crimes of which they accuse others. This mincing poodle and his black hand dillatants have killed the liberal party. You don’t need to be Hercule Poirot to work that out.

  3. Roger

    Hypocrisy, the tribute vice pays to virtue.

  4. a happy little debunker

    It’s on.

  5. .

    I’ve been in Parliament for a quarter of a century.

    Term limits, please.

  6. Peter Castieau

    a happy little debunker
    #2568824, posted on November 28, 2017 at 12:03 pm
    It’s on.

    I hope so!

  7. Infidel Tiger 2.0 (Premium Content Subscribers Only)

    The only honest thing this grub has ever done is like a gay porn site after pleasuring himself.

  8. Fitter

    Better than term limits would be a super scheme that dis-incentivised pollies from staying there. Good scheme for first term, ok for the second, lousy for the third, and zero for the fourth. After that, they can start paying back after that.

  9. A Lurker

    In one word: Hypocrisy

    In longer words: Alinsky Rule #4. “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.“

    In even longer words – Pyne and the other Termites can undermine, leak and snipe while their faction is not in power, as soon as they have gained a controlling hand, it is suddenly, disunity is death, and everyone is to follow the rules and procedures.

  10. John Comnenus

    I think he meant to say that if he had a scintilla of self awareness he would die from embarrassment.

  11. anonandon

    Not sure who he is trying to fool. Everybody knows what kind of person he is by now.

  12. The Fifth Bike Rider of the Apocalypse

    Let’s hope disunity leads to Pyne getting the arse.
    What a waste of 25 years.

  13. Mike of Marion

    Chrissy! Blow up you lot of unprincipled bastards!

  14. .

    I think carrousel might discourage long-term appointments?

  15. John Constantine

    Listening to pynefilth speak about your country is like watching a drunken hippy vomit on your dog.

    Then lick it clean.

  16. Pyne whines like a Leftist, whatever it takes.

  17. Tim Neilson

    Let’s hope disunity leads to Pyne getting the arse.
    What a waste of 25 years.

    And of $50 billion.

  18. Baldrick

    Chrissy Nancy-Phyne is a Stupid.Fucking.Liberal cockhead who watches gay porn on his Twitter app. Nothing more needs to be said.

  19. PoliticoNT

    Better than term limits would be a super scheme that dis-incentivised pollies from staying there. Good scheme for first term, ok for the second, lousy for the third, and zero for the fourth. After that, they can start paying back after that.

    Fitter – nice one. I’m going to put that up as a separate motion at our next Central Council (along with my previous Cat-inspired idea for restricting staffers from nominating for pre-selection).

  20. Rob MW

    So my message to everyone is that if you want to bring about change, if you want to propose certain ideas, they’re always best proposed inside the forums of the government or the party and then taken through the normal processes.

    That’s what elections are for numbnuts, and even then, the low participant/elitist non-election internal forum together with the party promise to do right then move on to completely ignore it’s voter base whilst performing major fuck-ups with ten degrees of difficulty.

    The message is simple you prick; reject socialism, protect property & the bundle of rights and get your mickey-scratchers out of my business.

  21. Alexi the Conservative Russian

    Maybe we all got this wrong. Surely this was Mardi gras Christopher when Abbott was being white-anted otherwise if he is saying it now that makes him a capital H Hypocrite. Once a prick always a prick.

  22. Alexi the Conservative Russian

    Actually I’d call him a turd but even turds have a purpose.

  23. Rob MW

    Actually I’d call him a turd but even turds have a purpose.

    Hardly, turds usually end up losing the popularity stakes particularly when it involves floating around in swimming pools.

  24. Fitter

    Politico:
    Fitter – nice one. I’m going to put that up as a separate motion at our next Central Council (along with my previous Cat-inspired idea for restricting staffers from nominating for pre-selection).

    Let me amend the motion to add another clause:
    x.1 : when you are as weak, as wet and as pathetic as George Brandis, they can have access to all remuneration removed.

  25. Mother Lode

    You can see why he and Mick Trumble get along.

    Both ham-fisted tin-eared cretins.

    Also, being of the left, they think that they can say that they themselves are moderate, but the people they are talking too are somehow extreme. And the path to compromise is for them to stay where they are while other people fall into line with them.

    $50 billion gets us this. Sweet Cheeses.

  26. sabena

    “But disunity will only end in one result, and that is a Labor government.”
    We have one already-that is why people are pissed off.

  27. Leigh Lowe

    But disunity will only end in one result, and that is a Labor government.

    He says that like we should give a shit.

  28. Leigh Lowe

    Not sure how mincing off to GetUp! to campaign against conservative Libs, or backing an “independent” to run against an endorsed liberal candidate qualifies as working “inside the forums of the government or the party and then taken through the normal processes”.
    (To be fair, he may have thought GetUp! was a gay bath-house).

  29. J.H.

    So his and Turnbull’s treachery is fine…. Others trying to right that wrong is “Disunity”…… This wanker can go and get stuffed.

  30. Mother Lode

    But disunity will only end in one result, and that is a Labor government.

    Imbecile.

    All he can really offer is a nominally (bit not actually) right wing government. He wants people to vote for the name they have long since very openly abandoned.

    We need the Libs gone to clear the way for what comes next.

    S0, Chrissy…FUCK OFF!

  31. Mother Lode

    Maybe there is one thing in the Libs favour – they are truly incompetent.

    So, do we want an efficient streamlined party (like Labor) dragging us left, or clumsy bumbling buffoons trying to do the same but messing it up.

  32. rg

    ‘We have one already’

    No, a Labor Government wouldn’t have wasted billions on the South Australian shipbuilding bribe just to reelect Pyne.

  33. Dave of Reedy Creek, Qld

    What a two faced hypocrite! My perpetual worry is now every time we vote we end up with a large percentage of leftist morons.
    Sabena’s comment is spot on; we have hard left (Labor-greens) and mushy wet left (Libs)
    Dave of Reedy Creek, Qld

  34. Dr Faustus

    Nobody is pretending any more:

    Veteran Queensland Liberal Senator Ian Macdonald has vented his disappointment with Malcolm Turnbull’s leadership, arguing the 2015 switch from Tony Abbott was the beginning of a political “disaster.”

    Senator Macdonald, who voted for Tony Abbott in the party room ballot which elected Mr Turnbull in September 2015, said the prime minister was trying to woo over those who were “never going to vote for us” and argued it was increasingly unclear what Mr Turnbull stood for.
    [The Australian]

    The Winner’s Circle shrinks around Pyne’s political testicles…

  35. To be fair, he may have thought GetUp! was a gay bath-house

    Isn’t it?

  36. entropy

    I as going to say that based on what MacDonald had to say, Qld will finally bring the cluebat to the federal libs, but truth is that will only be true if that rodent Brandis is removed from the senate ticket.

  37. NuThink

    Disunity – so what was the ousting of Abbott? The ousting of Abbott by an inner circle was just the start. Don’t treat us a idiots.
    SA – both of them – “South Australia” and “Self Awareness” are sorely lacking.

  38. old bloke

    He’s a ghost, he’s a god,
    he’s a man, he’s a guru
    You’re one microscopic cog
    in his catastrophic plan
    Designed and directed by
    his black left hand

    (with apologies to Nick Cave)

  39. calli

    The Fifth Bike Rider of the Apocalypse
    #2568847, posted on November 28, 2017 at 12:30 pm
    Let’s hope disunity leads to Pyne getting the arse.

    No rewards for the villain!

  40. calli

    Oh noes. Someone hacked my Gravatar.

  41. H B Bear

    Sounds like Chrissy is losing faith in the Turnbull Coalition Team election winning machine.

  42. Ubique

    What a Pyne in the Arse that horrible little man is.

  43. Tel

    Coming to the table with black hands.

  44. Ubique

    The prime minister was trying to woo over those who were “never going to vote for us”

    I don’t think Turnbull is actually trying to woo the Green-left into voting for the Liberals. He’s merely trying to please his lefty mates. Two quite different things.

  45. Aristogeiton

    Breathtaking? How? Turnbull’s in trouble and the sharks are circling. It’s a pity he never realised his Potential Greatness(tm).

  46. Aristogeiton

    Oh right. Pyne being one of the prime movers last spill. Hypocrites in politics? Never!

  47. candy

    , they’re always best proposed inside the forums of the government or the party and then taken through the normal processes

    To give Chris Pyne credit, he did not scoff at Tony Abbott , the way Malcolm Turnbull did on Q&A. MT never supported stopping the boats, in fact simply sneered at the policy and border security, instead cuddling up to the ABC Friends giving them ammunition to attack and abuse TA even more.

    Chris Pyne did hide his treachery from the public.

  48. Oh come on

    A Labor government…if it means the end for this pack of mongrels?

    Promise?

  49. Phill

    Its depressing that the likes of Pyne and Turnbull cannot understand the fundamental truth that the left hates them. There is no point in being nice to them, to try to accommodate their views, or to compromise. The left sees anyone who stands between them and power as an enemy, and the liberals have to think and act accordingly.

  50. OneWorldGovernment

    If the Liberal Party of Australia survives and still wants to pay some form of ‘lip service’ to the vision of Sir Robert Menzies then the ‘leadership’ need to have absolute and utter control of preselection in every electorate in Australia at the Local Council, State and Commonwealth level.

    They need to clear the dead wood.

  51. Tim Neilson

    candy
    #2569035, posted on November 28, 2017 at 3:33 pm

    Fair comment. But he still needs to be booted out of Parliament as an urgent national priority along with the rest of the Termite’s 56.

  52. Robbo

    That Pyne is a deep thinker isn’t he?

  53. But disunity will only end in one result, and that is a Labor government.

    And nearly happened the last election when disunity ran rampant and Abbott was assassinated by the very same steaming piles of shit.

    Now I wish for a Labor Government and the cleansing of this overflowing septic tank called the Liberal Party.

  54. Megan

    Fully paid up member of the Double Standards Association. No wait…Esteemed Life Member.

  55. And to add to that, I want Malcolm (the self-professed) Magnificent to be remembered as the worst Prime Minister in Australia’s history. Usurping Whitlam, Rudd and Gillard and whoever else has been considered for that moniker.

    And a monument should be erected where Turnbull, Pyne, Brandis etc, will be forever remembered as the cabal that abandoned conservatism in Australia.

  56. Squirrel

    A comment worthy of a cartoon-style lightning bolt – harness enough of them and there’d be renewable power for Parliament House.

  57. feelthebern

    Pyne.
    Can’t.
    Stop.
    Wetting.
    The.
    Bed.

  58. Well pardners, today would be a fine day for a lynchin’

  59. H B Bear

    And to add to that, I want Malcolm (the self-professed) Magnificent to be remembered as the worst Prime Minister in Australia’s history. Usurping Whitlam, Rudd and Gillard and whoever else has been considered for that moniker.

    Yes, the longer Waffles is there the more I want him humiliated on election night and the Lieborals crushed like bugs.

  60. Rayvic

    What a holier than thou comment from the Hon. Christopher Pyne. Was he not an instigator of disunity in the Liberal camp?

    Was he also behind the secret arrangement with Labor to proceed with the Dean Smith bill unamended for inclusion of protection for religious freedom — protection that the PM had promised?

  61. Dr Fred Lenin

    Watching the left destroy the liberal party has been an object lesson that the left cannot be trusted in any way it’s no wonder it attracts criminals .dysfunctional ,hysterical and the totally useless ,just look at the line up theiving unionists and failed lawyers ,the bludging class ,not one of them would get a job from me ,career politics has failed us and is destroying society .its time for a change . Fancy that useless poodle Pyne being there for 25 years , ,Incroyable !!! The mind fair boggles.

  62. Texas Jack

    The Australian has been told that on Saturday, June 22, 2013, Pyne, the boss of the left faction of the Liberal Party in South Australia, rang Peter Gandolfi, a mayor in the South Australian electorate of Barker, and asked him to run as an independent against Tony Pasin.

    The truly funny bit in all this is that Pyne can actually keep a straight face when opening his mouth. Chutzpah these days has too positive a connotation. I’m going with complete stupidity.

  63. egg_

    Pyneing for some of Abbott’s chocolate cake?

  64. overburdened

    Cynicism is the ethos of the political class and Pyne aspires to be the Antipodean Diogenes. Even though he probably doesn’t know it given his too often public stumbles and the facile playbook that all pollies have these days, with talking points, focus groups and advisors substituted for thoughtful policy based on what is best for the majority and the nation and mindful consideration of special interest and minority groups.
    It may be though that Pyne and the rest of the circus may have no insight or underpinning structure of belief for their behaviour and narrative.
    Either way he is an elitist prick, like the rest of them- left, right, and centre.

  65. EvilElvis

    The lack of self awareness of the left never ceases to amaze…

  66. dauf

    Poor little Christopher.

    He and most of the other mates of Useless Mal’s best political mates will really motivate Queenslanders to put their votes somewhere else…eg. where One Nation ran, 20% of people said no thanks and it appears more from the LNP than Labor.

    But don’t worry, we’ll look after poor little Christopher all these useless idiots until they are buried…despite the costs of their decision on our nations wealth. I suspect we’ll even pay them extra so they can adjust to life outside parliament if they are voted out and their contract with the community is ended. How many other contractors effectively get a redundancy payment when their contract ends?

    Wouldn’t it be nice to again have politicians with an interest in the country, rather than just themselves…dream on

  67. To be fair, he may have thought GetUp! was a gay bath-house

    Great work LL.

  68. Spring is near

    Reminds me of the time little Johnny was asked by his teacher to come up with a sentance that used the same word twice. His word would be ‘lovely’
    Johnny: ‘Well Miss, my unmarried sister came home the other night and told everyone she was pregnant. My Dad said ‘ lovely, thats just [email protected] lovely!’

    Thanks Mr Pyne, disunity is death you say? lovely, thats just [email protected] lovely!

  69. Craig Mc

    I propose you fuck off, Christopher.

  70. Crossie

    Not sure who he is trying to fool. Everybody knows what kind of person he is by now.

    Ah, Julia Gillard with her quip of “mincing poodle” had his measure long before the rest of us. She was wrong so many times but that was not one of them.

  71. Crossie

    If the Liberal Party of Australia survives and still wants to pay some form of ‘lip service’ to the vision of Sir Robert Menzies then the ‘leadership’ need to have absolute and utter control of preselection in every electorate in Australia at the Local Council, State and Commonwealth level.

    You’re being ironic, aren’t you?

  72. Crossie

    And a monument should be erected where Turnbull, Pyne, Brandis etc, will be forever remembered as the cabal that abandoned conservatism in Australia.

    You have forgotten one other name that needs venerating, that esteemed disciple of Wayne Swan, Scott Morrison.

  73. Leigh Lowe

    50 years old.
    Never had a real job before Parliament.
    Been in Parliament 25 years (half of that in Government) and never had a major ministry. Always “Leader of Opposition Business” or “Leader of the House” (read “Milk Monitor”) or some bridesmaid “assistant ministry”.
    And still in the closet.
    Sad.

  74. Crossie

    Pyneing for some of Abbott’s chocolate jcake?

    Chrissie is Pyneing for the fjords.

  75. Mon

    What nasty piece of work is Pyne.
    The Black Hand at work again. 25 years in Parliament and all he has learnt is how to be a sneaking leaker
    who show no respect to his fellow politicians or the Australian people.

  76. I’ve mentioned this in other forums and maybe even here at the Cat in the past.
    Bullying is/was a necessary mechanism among social animals. One of the biggest mistakes made by Western societies was to clamp down on basic bullying.

    This little piece of shit Pyne, a perennial milk monitor as a commenter said above, would have been and should have been bullied during his school years.
    The West is full of these little pricks, many of whom made it big in the nerdy tech sector (Suckerberg, Musk, Jobs etc etc).

    ALL SOCIAL MAMMALS use bullying to sort out the alphas from the betas. When little pieces of shit like Pyne never get put into their rightful place, they cause havoc with their selfish smug intolerable attitudes.

  77. Oops. If what is reported to be Gillard’s (it won’t let me not capitalise the piece of shit’s name, as is my wont of people l hold in contempt! Is the mole of the awu privileged?) comment is correct, where are the homos that should be crawling out of their cess pits to criticise her for homophobia? I would like to see her, him and them disappear up each other’s arses and never be heard of again.

  78. Up The Workers!

    When the Mincing Poodle says:

    “My message to ALL my colleagues, is that disunity is death…”,

    I take it that he is referring to his colleagues in BOTH the Laboral Party AND the Labor Party.

  79. Malcolm

    Do what I say, not what I do

  80. Pyne is a deceitful, self-entitled, parasitic parliamentary slug. Oh, and a world-class hypocrite.

    That the slimy little bugger who boasted to the Black Hand mob that SSM would be done and dusted before Christmas (correctly, as we have seen), AND to have used GetUp to try to damage his own parliamentary colleagues, can actually have the gall to open his mouth and deride anyone else over “disunity” just shows how utterly morally bankrupt the creepy little git is.

    The other aspect of this is that, with the leaking of the Black Hand and GetUp treacheries, we’ve seen just how the “government” of this country is actually operated – by sleazy back room traitors doing dirty grubby deals and engaging hostile entities to do the dirty work.

    (Interesting to note that spell check doesn’t try to correct the spelling of GetUp. Seems it’s a recognised logism now. How sad.)

  81. serene tiger

    “My message to all my colleagues is that disunity is death”

    Yes. And you are all dead. And nobody is crying.

  82. mizaris

    Chripycrite of the first order.

  83. Pete of Perth

    Electrify the fence around parliament, weld the gate shut, cut off the water and sewage system and let them stew in their own excrement.

  84. cynical1

    Brandis, Pyne, Turnbull, Morrison, etc etc.

    Only Shorten’s mob could be worse than this shower of shit.

    But we will find out because this lot are dead Liberals walking.

    Grubby little ponces who need a fucking lesson in ethics.

    They should be afraid to go out in public.

    Treacherous arseholes.

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