The Australian Deep State

An article in the AFR today by Gareth Evans, the day-before-yesterday’s man and then some, writing on How we should manage Donald Trump’s meltdown world. But what he most clearly gets across is what a breath of fresh air PDT is and why you cannot trust the ALP. This is how he starts:

The assumptions that have sustained and underpinned Australian security and economic policy for decades are in meltdown.

Oh dear, please tell us more.

The post-Second World War global order – an open, rules-based system underpinned by a robust network of security alliances, and by effective multilateral institutions in which rules could be agreed and norms reinforced – is the only one we have known in our modern history. Its maintenance has depended more than anything else on American belief in the liberal norms laid out in the San Francisco peace treaty and the Bretton Woods organisations.

You mean the peace treaty that ended World War II in 1945? You mean the Bretton Woods agreement that was signed in 1944? Breaking down are they? How about a bit of clarity over just which issues are so important and at risk. It’s about Donald Trump, of course. And what is he doing now, you might ask?

He is walking away from painfully negotiated international agreements – above all the Iran nuclear deal and the Paris climate accords – in a way that has left America’s word in doubt and its soft power in tatters.

Doesn’t seem such a worry to me, but let’s continue. What about Korea, for example; that went from flaming volcano to the most quiescent period in our relations with the communist north in seventy years?

Even when this President does the right thing – as with the circuit breaking Singapore summit with Kim Jong-Un – it is manifestly with such superficial understanding of the issues, indifference to process, and fragility of temperament that it is hard for anyone to be confident that the ultimate outcome, which will necessarily involve protracted multilateral diplomacy will be triumph or disaster.

Yes, all his predecessors built such a solid foundation before PDT got there which gave no one any confidence at all, but which apparently, in Gareth’s view, the current President has now put that nuclear house of cards in tremendous jeopardy. Could be, but this is mere assertion from someone who thinks process is what matters and not results.

And with that same President involved in a global power display of American might in every part of the globe, from the China Sea to the Middle East, Evans is worried that “the US will return to the kind of isolationism that prevailed earlier this century”, that is the isolationism of the 1920s and 30s, in the period right after World War I when America was involved to the hilt.

And what is his sage advice: to restructure our foreign policy so that it is, “as he has argued for some time”:

“Less America. More Asia. More Self Reliance.”

Moronus maximus duplicitus!!! What a sell-out to our enemies. And he finishes by telling us that there is about to be a meeting at the university that has self-declared itself unwilling to defend Western Civilisation, that there will be an “ANU Leadership Forum” involving the AFR, Business Council, academics and the public service – that is, a meeting of socialists and their crony-capitalist beneficiaries – to discuss our foreign policy future.

Or in other words, it is a meeting of the Australian Deep State, who should not be trusted by so much as an inch. You should, of course, be wary of the Libs, but you should be far far more wary of the ALP. It makes me sick to read such idiocies and fills me with fear as well.

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66 Responses to The Australian Deep State

  1. Whalehunt Fun

    No matter how long capital punishment remains abolished, there is always some worthless leftard filth popping up proving that burning people at the stake is something that is socially beneficial; and of course so very satisfying.

  2. Robber Baron

    He banged Kernot…that says it all.

  3. Snoopy

    He banged Kernot…that says too much.

  4. Warty

    The preferred ‘tone’ of the Deep State is that of unquestioned authority, and Gareth Evans is, or was, quite an exponent, of what might otherwise be called pollywaffle. I can still visualise the tilt of the head, the finely trimmed goaty and the smugness.
    He, like Bob Carr, had the reputation of not suffering fools gladly, which infers considerable intellect on the part of the sufferer, who invariable looks down from Olympian heights upon the intellectually impaired pleb beneath him. Personally I’d call it arrogance, though someone like Jordan Peterson might deduce his parents tended to spoil him; repeatedly tell him he was of above-average intelligence; and otherwise completely fail to make him likeable.

  5. struth

    A silly old communist is having his world shattered by Trump, so calls for us to piss the USA off, and Kiss his Chinese master’s pimply Asian freckles.

    Yawn.

  6. OneWorldGovernment

    Gareth Evans is a duplicitous dead set communist.

    Possibly a far Right Nazi communist.

    Just a slimy taker from the Public Purse.

  7. Tom

    Fuck off, Gareth Gareth. You’ve just reminded the Australians who didn’t switch off when you opened your mouth that you are an ego-driven poseur still feasting at the trough of public largesse, even after all these years. How much per annum are you still costing us? Who are you stinging for your latest sinecure — Australian taxpayers or someone else’s? Go and get a real job, you parasite.

  8. OneWorldGovernment

    Tom
    #2743862, posted on June 22, 2018 at 12:52 am

    Fuck off, Gareth Gareth. You’ve just reminded the Australians who didn’t switch off when you opened your mouth that you are an ego-driven poseur still feasting at the trough of public largesse, even after all these years. How much per annum are you still costing us? Who are you stinging for your latest sinecure — Australian taxpayers or someone else’s? Go and get a real job, you parasite.

    And trim the bum fluff off your weak chin you decrepit mind bent prick.

  9. OneWorldGovernment

    I wonder if Evans was eligible to be a member of the Australian Parliament under Sec 44 rules?

  10. Texas Jack

    The extent to which the Left can repeatedly turn night into day in the narrative around Trump is quite amazing, but even Nate Silver is showing up what’s really happening inside the US. Trump’s gaining ground electorally. Then there are these minor embarrassments around the true story of trade and tariffs, like the fact the EU and it’s auto tariffs and agricultural policies leave it with hardly a strong position to bag the US from. The Deep State turn night not day trying. But who’d have thought that a US motor car sold into a country the US liberated from totalitarianism, rebuilt with Marshall Aid, and defended for forty years against Soviet aggression, would have copped a 10% tariff? Not many, because the MSM won’t let anyone know if it can maintain the Leftist narrative.

  11. Harry

    Take the names of the participants in this meeting at Communist Party HQ (ANU), then remove their sucking mouths from the taxpayers teats. Let them make a meaningful contribution to the world around them, and earn money from that effort.
    Stop rewarding bad behaviour. NOW!

  12. MichelLasouris

    Gareth Evans…A Welshman….Says it all. Utterly untrustworthy.

  13. H B Bear

    Biggles pops up like an outbreak of herpes to remind us of when the Liars were … well just Liars.

  14. Petros

    How is Ali Alatas these days?

  15. A Lurker

    We have a Deep State here in Australia.
    Where oh where is our Trump?

  16. sabena

    “more self reliance”.The ALP has consistently failed to spend as much as a self reliant foreign policy requires,even as a wartime government,so neither they or Hareth Evans remarks on the subject should be followed.

  17. Up The Workers!

    Just when you think that all is quiet in the A.L.P. Sewage Treatment works, up pops this floater.

    The A.L.P.’s “Disaster Man” should stick to bonking Cheryl Kernot.

    It’s arguably the only thing he was ever any good at.

    What a tool!

  18. Cassie of Sydney

    Ah yes, that ugly, lying, poseur socialist maggot, Gareth Evans, the ultimate ALP lying leech. This is a man who, when he wasn’t sucking on that fat frump Kernot’s tits (and lying about it in Parliament), spent his life sucking on the Australian taxpayer and, like that other ALP filthy maggot aka Cretinous Carr (who probably doesn’t suck on women’s tits….not to his taste I suspect), then realises that the Chinese are a good source to fund their socialist lifestyles so they go on to suck money out of them by being one of their “useful” western apologists and operatives. Ah yes, Gareth Evans, the ultimate squalid and venal hypocrite. The man who screwed fatty Kernot now pontificates on Donald Trump. Methinks that Trump would have taken one look at fatty Kernot and vomited. So at the end of the day I’ll vomit too, because really that is all we poor sods here in Australia are left with.

  19. Rohan

    So is Gareth Evans suggesting that we send in the F111’s to spy on trump?

    Biggles flies again.

  20. Tel

    So is Gareth Evans suggesting that we send in the F111’s to spy on trump?

    Trump will be caught completely by surprise, he won’t even suspect. We will fly in under the radar.

  21. Entropy

    Is that talkfest the one funded by News LTD?

  22. DD

    I wonder if Evans was eligible to be a member of the Australian Parliament under Sec 44 rules?

    I wonder if any globalist or communist politician is eligible under sec 44?

    You are there for Australia’s benefit, not yours or your pink pussy hat!

  23. RobK

    The Australian deep state seems pretty shallow.

  24. DaveR

    One good thing…Gareth Evans pops up again after his years in the international arena living off various internationalist organisations – and reminds us what a useless individual he was. A long standing member of the Fabian Society who are committed to the march of socialism through the institutions of the west. And an ancient example of what is wrong with the modern day socialsts of the EU and the UN.

  25. mh

    Kevin Rudd is likeable compared to that ponce.

  26. .

    Good banter folks…

    Maybe we really do have a deep State, after all, we have semi-hereditary public service dynasties and ALP and Liberal political dynasties (even the National’s Katter does so as well – but the LNP and former LNP are more prominent at State level). Crean, Beazley, Katter, Court…dare I say it, but with much respect, and coming from NSW it pervades the bench as well…the well-respected name of Street?

    Perhaps the deep State is a petty aristocracy that has captured the security and public safety* committees of Parliament?

    Leyonhjelm reckons that the security committee is a closed shop, only open to senior ALP and Liberal party figures. They likely wouldn’t let the Deputy PM into it.

    Putting the Greens, Evans and Kernot’s far leftism aside, the establishment of the ALP and Liberals have some questionable defence and security questions and personalities of their own:

    Fitzgibbon and Carr – too close to China.
    Pyne – awful procurement decisions.
    Payne – clueless; steering a *conservative* agenda of “whatever it takes” *diversity & inclusion*.

    I would trust David and Cory over these careerists with no loyalty to our allies and who choose to pander over good policy and administration.

    *You know what I mean (Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti) but also pertaining to the States.

  27. Mother Lode

    There is a certain chutzpah common to Australian politicians where they are able to breezily ignore their own history of unmitigable failure and weigh in on topics as if possessed of unquestionable insight and genius.

    The significance of Evans’ piece is the opposite of its content.

    Simply put, whatever so inept, self-serving, and conniving a minion of that clique which has been a blight on the citizenry, whatever such a self-assured little man says, sheds light when taken as a negative.

    He is like a torch which casts a vast black beam that blots out everything except for a single untouched circle in the middle.

  28. candy

    It sounds like a thousand other articles written by a Labor inclined person.

    I wonder if he is still pally with Ms Kernot and what happened to her. She ruined her career and the Democrats for him, and perhaps her marriage. She did seem likeable and genuine, till she hooked up with him. Her choice, of course.

  29. Megan

     Kein Rudd is likeable compared to that ponce

    🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  30. EvilElvis

    Unfortunately, at a far lower level close to home, Evans does highlight a problem with Australia and a vast proportion of its population. All public servants, company employed government workers and corporates are hooked on the rule book and process. No independent thought, no ability to handle pressure or unforeseen circumstances. Legislation guides the way and people think they are doing gods work while doing nothing productive and the process, not outcomes, is number one priority.

  31. H B Bear

    Gareth Evans…A Welshman….Says it all. Utterly untrustworthy.

    Another British Liar blow-in bringing their 1950s class struggle politics to Australia. He didn’t lack for company from fellow Fabians – Gillard, Conroy, Dougie, …

    If you were that way inclined there would be a great PhD in investigating the infestation of the Liars by these blow-ins who learned their politics around the kitchen table in some shit-box council estate 2up 2 down before bringing it to Australia. I wonder if Prof van Wrongselen is available to supervise?

  32. Anne

    We have a Deep State here in Australia.
    Where oh where is our Trump?

    Of course we do, Lurker, the Globalist Cabal control every Political Party, Organisation, Institution, Think Tank and every education and information source, lock stock and barrel.

    Trump knows their secrets, their motives and their plans and he is slowly exposing and ensnaring them.

    It’s wonderful to see the Deep State so desperate that they trot out old tarts like Gareth Evans and Peter Fonda and more amusing that they hope against hope the masses will attend to them.

    The good news is we don’t need a Trump in Australia, good men will emerge as the Elites are exposed for the Luciferian, ped-ophile scum that they are. Hopefully, Truth, Justice and the American Way will spread across the pond and we’ll see our evil Leaders hang for Crimes Against Humanity.

    Aussies have been too tolerant for too long.

    The Great Awakening is coming!

  33. Roger

    As nauseating as Evans is, we can’t discount the possibility of American withdrawal from our region in the medium to longer term from our thinking. Present day strategic manoeuvers aside, Trump has always favoured drawing down America’s defense commitments abroad as part of his plan to make America great again. It is possible that a rampant China will cause the US to reevaluate it’s role in the South Pacific and question what benefit it gains from a treaty that commits it to defend Australia if attacked, let alone New Zealand, which has signed up to China’s Belt and Road initiative, thereby indicating how it sees the future of our region unfolding. The answer is simple and it is not to cosy up to China. Our defence forces are incapable of defending us and will never match our likely antagonists in the region, therefore the only deterrent open to us is nuclear capability.

  34. struth

    The Great Awakening is coming!

    Yawn, sorry whadidyasay?

  35. .

    What is a “pretend free trader”?

    Tariffs are just another tax. Taxes are best a necessary evil. Tariffs distort trade and production out of proportion to the rate they are levied at.

    Protectionism only makes an elite few better off; there is always a net loss.

  36. Egor

    Trump doesn’t care what you think.
    And with the economic stats being generated in the US, neither do 340 million Americans.

  37. Cassie of Sydney

    The Great Awakening is coming…so is the Messiah. Not sure I can wait though.

  38. Tel

    All public servants, company employed government workers and corporates are hooked on the rule book and process.

    Cobblers.

    Sally McManus can explain it to you: these guys are perfectly happy to ignore the rules when it suits them. Do you think Antifa believe in rules when they hit people with bike locks? The parent group that looks after Antifa, is called “BAMN” that stands for “By Any Means Necessary”, they in turn are an offshoot of the teacher’s unions in the USA.

    The public servants use this “follow the rules and process” when it happens to suit them in order to obstruct whatever they don’t want, get their work done nice and slow. However, in some cases you might have to ohhhh, leak a little to the press, perhaps accidentally-on-purpose lose a few filing cabinets, fudge the occasional report. I dunno, maybe someone filled in some paperwork to open a business with a bank account and then later on that gets investigated… you know, records can disappear, sometimes for the right reasons. Gosh! Where is that paperwork? Nowhere to be seen! If only we had rules and process to ensure that didn’t happen, oh well, never mind.

  39. .

    The parent group that looks after Antifa, is called “BAMN” that stands for “By Any Means Necessary”, they in turn are an offshoot of the teacher’s unions in the USA.

    What a bloody disgrace.

  40. max

    American people would live much better life if they follow John Quincy Adams advice:

    John Quincy Adams’s
    Warning Against the Search for “Monsters to Destroy,” 1821
    And now, friends and countrymen, if the wise and learned philosophers of the elder world, the first observers of nutation and aberration, the discoverers of maddening ether and invisible planets, the inventors of Congreve rockets and Shrapnel shells, should find their hearts disposed to enquire what has America done for the benefit of mankind? Let our answer be this: America, with the same voice which spoke herself into existence as a nation, proclaimed to mankind the inextinguishable rights of human nature, and the only lawful foundations of government. America, in the assembly of nations, since her admission among them, has invariably, though often fruitlessly, held forth to them the hand of honest friendship, of equal freedom, of generous reciprocity. She has uniformly spoken among them, though often to heedless and often to disdainful ears, the language of equal liberty, of equal justice, and of equal rights. She has, in the lapse of nearly half a century, without a single exception, respected the independence of other nations while asserting and maintaining her own. She has abstained from interference in the concerns of others, even when conflict has been for principles to which she clings, as to the last vital drop that visits the heart. She has seen that probably for centuries to come, all the contests of that Aceldama the European world, will be contests of inveterate power, and emerging right. Wherever the standard of freedom and Independence has been or shall be unfurled, there will her heart, her benedictions and her prayers be. But she goes not abroad, in search of monsters to destroy. She is the well-wisher to the freedom and independence of all. She is the champion and vindicator only of her own. She will commend the general cause by the countenance of her voice, and the benignant sympathy of her example. She well knows that by once enlisting under other banners than her own, were they even the banners of foreign independence, she would involve herself beyond the power of extrication, in all the wars of interest and intrigue, of individual avarice, envy, and ambition, which assume the colors and usurp the standard of freedom. The fundamental maxims of her policy would insensibly change from liberty to force…. She might become the dictatress of the world. She would be no longer the ruler of her own spirit….
    [America’s] glory is not dominion, but liberty. Her march is the march of the mind. She has a spear and a shield: but the motto upon her shield is, Freedom, Independence, Peace. This has been her Declaration: this has been, as far as her necessary intercourse with the rest of mankind would permit, her practice.

    Today best foreign policy is Switzerland neutrality

  41. struth

    Unlike you dot, Trump actually believes in the power of a healthy, limited regulation, cheap power western market.
    It can’t be beaten.
    That’s why his threats to do to the socialists what they’ve been doing to the states, has their auto industry now screaming for their government to take the tariffs off imported American cars (10 per cent) as long as Trump doesn’t go through with his threatened tariffs, at the moment only 2.5% on Eurocrap imports.
    Bugger me.
    It could end up close to free trade and real competition between countries and Auto makers, as it should be.
    This is often technically called “living in the real world and winning” and not just quoting theories.

  42. Euripides

    Would this be the same Gareth Evans who occupies the position of Chancellor at Australian National University?

  43. .

    What has this got to do with the thread? You’re also dead wrong.

  44. old bloke

    I heard that when Gareth Evans won his seat in Parliament, his law firm colleagues presented him with two airline tickets to Canberra at his farewell drinks. He asked why he had two tickets, and was told that one was for him, the other for his ego.

  45. Tel

    What a bloody disgrace.

    Check the details, these are not people who support rule of law or peaceful political discussion.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2017/09/dozens_of_public_school_teachers_involved_in_antifa.html

  46. struth

    Tariffs are just another tax. Taxes are best a necessary evil. Tariffs distort trade and production out of proportion to the rate they are levied at.

    Protectionism only makes an elite few better off; there is always a net loss.

    What has this got to do with the thread? You’re also dead wrong.

    Trump is doing exactly as promised.
    Getting other countries that trade with the USA to drop their tariffs, you never seem concerned about.
    You should see this as a yugely, bigly win.
    He’s achieving what you want by being able to apply real world dealing and pressure to corruption.
    You just chant mantras.

    Because this is you, again, just mind numbingly throwing out your theories in the face of overwhelming evidence that threatening tariff enforcing countries with your own tariffs has them shitting bricks, backing down to prefer no tariff fair trading as a better option.
    seems being able to sell is just as high a priority as being able to buy cheaply, because without selling something, you can’t buy anything.
    And yes it is that simple, and no matter the distortions by whoever you wish to quote next, this basic physics of economics 101, is still the case when you boil it down.

  47. .

    Getting other countries that trade with the USA to drop their tariffs, you never seem concerned about.

    It hasn’t worked with Mexico for one. This is OT though.

  48. Behind Enemy Lines

    ALP foreign policy necessarily suffers from a number of inherent contradictions. One of these is that (a) the ALP is contemptuous of the US, and burns to obstruct it; and (b) the ALP nevertheless realises that Australia’s security and defence depend entirely on the US. You can imagine the cognitive dissonance and resentment this has caused for decades in ALP circles. And it explains why the ALP’s would-be policy heavyweights (eg Gareth Evans, Bob Carr and Hugh White) have been rushing to hide behind China’s skirts for the last ten years or so. Not just because the PRC has been buying up the ALP even faster than CBD real estate. But because these ALP dickheads would rather that Australia be in thrall to their ideological chums in China’s communist dictatorship — and now they think they see their chance.

    So this constant yelping about setting aside the US alliance isn’t just paid advocacy on the part of Beijing. There’s also a lot of wishful thinking involved. After all, it pains the ALP to see Australia in alliance with the US. And wouldn’t it be sweet if they could undermine the relationship with the States in favour of a new strategic partner?

    However, the US is a Pacific power for a reason, and has been for a very long time. It’s not a role the US will simply walk away from. Which is not to say we should go out of our way to provoke China, or avoid taking sensible measures to hedge strategic change, or otherwise pursue our national interests.

    But our national interests aren’t what interests Evans, Carr, White, or anyone else in that little claque. They have other interests in mind.

    Of course, there’s also the question of competence. Just take a look at the mess they have made, in their respective and collective contributions to national security.

    In the end, the entire premise of the left is that they reject the nation and want to destroy it in favour of their very own permanent dictatorship of the ‘proletariat’. Totally untrustworthy. Even the positive things they do are in service of the greater betrayal.

    Come the revolution, come the revolution.

  49. Anne

    Cassie;

    The Great Awakening is coming…so is the Messiah. Not sure I can wait though.

    Yes, He sure is, but before that:

    “For there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; neither hid, that shall not be known.” Luke 12:2

    What a time to be alive!

  50. struth

    Tariffs are just another tax. Taxes are best a necessary evil. Tariffs distort trade and production out of proportion to the rate they are levied at.

    Protectionism only makes an elite few better off; there is always a net loss.

    Oh, forgive me dot.
    I thought you put this up on this thread.

  51. Dr Fred Lenin

    Harry Evins? Who the he’ll is Harry Evins ? Never erd of I’m .

  52. Dr Fred Lenin

    Talk of the US abandoning us certainly is wrong , can you imagine the USA letting the Pacific become a Chinese Lake? The Californians May be illegal hispanics and rich communists in large numbers , but there are still real Americans living there ,they will not be abandoned .

  53. mareeS

    Gareth, when I knew him decades ago, was the most puffed up piece of shit that ever wore a beard. He was perfectly suited to Canberra, still is at ANU. Talk about living in a self-confected bubble, he is it.

  54. Cassie of Sydney

    Sorry Anne, I am unfamiliar with “Luke” and the “New Testament”. In my religion, we’re still waiting for the Messiah to come as we don’t believe that he has as yet.

  55. Robbo

    Is Evans still shagging that Kernot woman? If he is it is no wonder that he writes such imbecilic tripe.

  56. C.L.

    The assumptions that have sustained and underpinned Australian security and economic policy for decades are in meltdown.

    Good.

  57. Des Deskperson

    ‘You’ve just reminded the Australians who didn’t switch off when you opened your mouth that you are an ego-driven poseur’

    Back in the mid-eighties, the government was coping a great deal of criticism in the Senate from both the Nuclear Disarmament Party (Jo Valentine) and the Democrats (Norm Sanders) over the defence relationship with the US -nucler-powered warship visits, Pine gap, North-West Cape, plucky David Lange etc.

    Question Time Briefs (QTBs) were prepared and worded very carefully indeed by the Defence Department to ensure that, while the information provided in responses to Senator’s questions was factual, as little detail as possible was given away, particularly detail that might give ammunition for further questions and criticism, .

    Evans was the Defence Minister’s rep in the Senate. He was often tempted to embellish the responses to show how knowledgable and clever he was. I don’t believe that he ever actually gave away any classified stuff, but his ego made us all very nervous.

    As for still bonking Kernot, well the last time I saw Evans, he had developed such a swag belly as would make coitus in any imaginable position extremely difficult if not impossible.

  58. Not surprisingly, Gareth Evans has not identified the real problem in post World War II geopolitics.

    It is not the breakdown of diplomatic agreements per se, rather, it is very creation of that bureaucratic behemoth, the United Nations. This byzantine organisation has been infiltrated by every rent-seeker & apologist for brutality & tribalism in this and the prior century.

    And worse. The rest of us naive suckers actually fell for their dictates, “accords”, treaties, commissions, and various other obligations.

    As Trump and the formidable Nikki Haley seem to realise…… the UN is bloody obsolete!

  59. Leo G

    The Californians May be illegal hispanics and rich communists in large numbers , but there are still real Americans living there ,they will not be abandoned .

    America Is Over, But I Won’t See It Go Without An Epic Fight | Jesse Kelly | The Federalist

    Barring some unforeseen awakening, America is heading for an eventual socialist abyss. But I’m not letting it go down without a fight.

  60. Confused Old Misfit

    Diplomacy and diplomatic negotiations.

  61. Habib

    Gareth Gareth, the answer to the question no-one asked. Ever. However I believe Dreyfus will be an even worse AG.

  62. Habib

    She did seem likeable(sic) and genuine, till she hooked up with him. Her choice, of course.

    And therein lies the reason why every level of government is infested with venal halfwits- gullible bloody punters think “they’re likable and genuine”. Used car salesmen likewise spend time cultivating an image of likability and genuine ethics, with it all a facade to the even slightly observant. At least with them the worst they’ll do is flog you an EA Falcon with more body filler than body and a diff full of fruit peels, these other arseholes will dip your pocket, loot your assets, push you around, and patronise you. Retailing Rust-O-Cruisers on Parramatta Rd would be far to intellectually and morally challenging for these microbes.

    I had a run-in with the then AG when still in the job if anyone’s interested in the story, it serves to illustrate the calibre of this retarded Richelieu.

  63. egg_

    the United Nations. This byzantine organisation has been infiltrated by every rent-seeker & apologist for brutality & tribalism in this and the prior century.

    The United Despots?
    No wonder KRuddy was breaking his neck to get at the throne of unelected power.

  64. Des Deskperson

    “I had a run-in with the then AG when still in the job if anyone’s interested in the story, it serves to illustrate the calibre of this retarded Richelieu.”

    I’m interested, thanks, Habib.

    There’s also the legendary ‘exchange of views’ between Evans and Pezzullo, which most cats probably already know about.

  65. rickw

    above all the Iran nuclear deal and the Paris climate accords

    A lot of money sloshing about for career politicians.

    Fuck them.

    Fuck the lot of them.

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