Wasn't me


Update: At 11 seconds we see these banners in the background

whatreallyhappened is a truther site and notice also the ALP banner.
(Well-spotted Daddy Dave and CL)

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48 Responses to Wasn't me

  1. JC

    To state categorically he’s never stood in front of a banner like that when the evidence is clear just shows what a pack of liars the trog Greens are.
    And I bet that would be only one of the many such banners he’s been associated with too.

  2. JC

    And wasn’t he thrown out of the parliament because he was making pansified little cat calls when The US president made a speech to a joint sitting that embarrassed the entire parliament.

  3. daddy dave

    The commentary doesn’t mention that there’s also a banner promoting the website whatreallyhappened which I believe is a 9-11 conspiracy site.

  4. TerjeP

    So Bob Brown hangs out with extremist truthers.

  5. JC

    It would be good if journos did their job and asked for clarification from St Bob of Tasmania. The Greens have really think skins because they sense just how ridiculous they sound to reasonable people, so questioning St. Bob on his hypocrisy could cause him to flip out and that would be interesting to watch.

  6. C.L.

    Gillard’s allies. Not since Doc Evatt’s office was taken over by communists have we seen a Labor leader this beholden to extremists.

  7. JC

    So Bob Brown hangs out with extremist truthers.

    There’s a funny story about that. There was a Bob Brown, a Greens candidate in South Victoria, who actually was a full blown troofer. People got confused and began to think it was the other Bob, St. Bob from Tasmania.
    But what’s interesting is that they had a full on retarded troofer as a candidate for the Greens that was totally open about his conspiracy theory.

  8. samuel j

    Bobbie Brown is a disgrace. And he will get a gold card to emit CO2 as he travels around the world when he finally retires.

  9. JC

    Bobbie Brown is a disgrace.

    He’s been absolute fucking poison to the Australian political scene.

  10. C.L.

    Good catch, DD.
    Here’s the site:
    http://whatreallyhappened.com/category/911
    Not surprisingly, some of its articles blame the Jews for 9/11. Bob Brown supports this theory and Julia Gillard supports Bob Brown.
    There are other, Green-endorsed theories, however:
    UFO hit second tower?

  11. JC

    Brown insinuates in that really annoying voice of his that Abbott was endorsing those placards. That also must apply to him too then. By his own logic Brown is a troofer too.

  12. Sid Vicious

    In high spirits, the march moved onto the prime ministers office to highlight and condemn John Howard’s support for the so-called war on terrorism, mandatory detention and neo-liberal attacks on working people. Protesters burned an effigy of the prime minister, chanting “burn, Howard, burn”.
    From Green Left Weekly, May 8, 2002.

  13. twostix

    The whole thing is insane.
    We’ve got *The Greens* the militant party that’s up to its ears in every anti-logging, anti-industry criminal action (spiking trees, sabotage), Brown speaking at S11 riots, anti-howard / anti-bush vicious, rabid smearing, baiting and dog whistling for someone to assassinate….
    Calling others “extreme”.
    Standing next to them, we’ve got ALP union thugs, the likes of who have been at the head of the ugliest (often drunken) mob violence against sitting governments, individual politicians, police and private individuals, (even trying to storm parliament house once), trying on this faux outrage.
    In once sense it pisses me off, the sheer hypocrisy, it’s what drove me away from the left at a million miles an hour once they took power in ’08. In another it buoys me, they’re genuinely worried. They’re playing from the US Democrats play book against the TP “extremists”, “ugly”, “redneck” I even saw someone trying awkardly to call them “racists”. LOL! Not a single original thought in their heads.
    If the right start using their tactics en-masse…well then, what are they left with?

  14. Gabrielle

    Bob Brown speaking to reporters today “about Tony Abbott’s endorsement of offensive, hateful and disgusting messages yesterday”. The hypocrisy is remarkable.
    http://bob-brown.greensmps.org.au/content/greencast/bob-brown-senate-doors-abbott%E2%80%99s-endorsement-offensive-messages
    A truly despicable creature. Never trust a man with shifty eyes.

  15. daddy dave

    (Well-spotted Daddy Dave and CL)

    cheers, Sinclair. My small slice of fame.

  16. Louis Hissink

    Sinclair,
    What bemuses me with all this is the absence of any criticism of the economic underpinnings of the CAGW cult – Keynesianism – and, more importantly, the failure of economic modelling as a predictive tool, making the IPCC forecasts even more problematical than they appear. (I specifically refer to Mises’ observation that econometrics is based on a borrowing of the calculus of the physical sciences and its subsequent misapplication to the social science area; it happened because of the belief that the price of a good was equivalent to a measurement of a physical property of a physical object).
    This site should be marshalling a comprehensive refutation of the economic basis of the Carbon (Dioxide) tax, rather than commenting on the more topical facets of the problem.

  17. daddy dave

    This site should be marshalling a comprehensive refutation of the economic basis of the Carbon (Dioxide) tax
    I second that.
    Catallaxy did fantastic work when the mining tax was being proposed by Rudd. In fact, it was the go-to site for information about problems with the tax.

  18. Sinclair Davidson

    Louis & DD – once we have information we can do all that, right now there is nothing to critique. I would like to be doing that too – I was reading through our coverage of the RSPT earlier today and it was fantastic (if I say so myself).

  19. Louis Hissink

    DD and SD,
    True but the the criticism has to be firstly directed at the philosophical basis of the CAGW – and that criticism will become more focussed once details become available.
    However that data is denied us, so the immediate task is to criticise their philosophical basis, in terms that the majority are able to identify with.

  20. daddy dave

    I’d say that’s already happening, Louis.

  21. Sinclair Davidson

    One of the MSM editors is sitting an an op-ed I’ve written so hopefully that’ll come out soon. Plus there is stuff here on climate, climategate and so on. But you’re right it hasn’t sharpened up yet.

  22. Sinclair Davidson

    At the moment the whole the whole thing is very political and not economics but hopefully that’ll change in the next while.

  23. Louis Hissink

    And of course with the public availibility of information here, who would post something that the climate secret police would notice that would cause their subsequent incarceration.
    And then, to paraphrase James Angleton of the CIA,we might be posting misinformation among informative posts, that are themselves misinformed analyses of the problem. Rumsfeld put it more succinctly, I suspect, and the Left remain confused.

  24. Sinclair Davidson

    If anyone wants to send me stuff I’m happy to analyse and post.

  25. Louis Hissink

    Sinclair,
    How on earth can something based politically then metamorphise into something based economically?

  26. Sinclair Davidson

    The government has announced a tax but no details. The announcement is political (purely political) the details are economics.

  27. AndrewL

    “when The US president made a speech to a joint sitting that embarrassed the entire parliament.”
    What was so embarrassing about the speech, JC?

  28. JC

    Nothing with the speech, AndrewL. It was St. Bob of Tasmania’s pansy behavior I was referring to.
    But I can understand why you’d find this difficult to understand seeing the other day you were arguing that down is up and up is down.

  29. entropy

    I suspect Andy just might ‘ave been ‘aving a go at your sentence construction ol’ fella.

  30. Tom R

    I’m sorry, I must be missing something. Where is the placard that uses a deameaning, derogitory term to describe the PM (or anyone for that matter?)
    OOOH ‘Coalition of the killing’ thats low. Jesus, they say worst in parliament right now. Have you heard anyone in parliament come close to calling somebody someone elses bitch? No, I didn’t think so
    I wanted a sip out of my iced coffee morning, but couldn’t find a straw anywhere. Now I see why, the apologists have grasped the very last one.

  31. dover_beach

    I wanted a sip out of my iced coffee morning, but couldn’t find a straw anywhere. Now I see why, [my Leftie mate] ha[d] grasped the very last one.

  32. Tom R

    ‘Now I see why, [my Leftie mate] ha[d] grasped the very last one.’
    wow dover, sparkling riposte. Do you spend your spare time writing signs for revolting people. I’ll give you a hint, here in Oz, it’s spelt ‘mum’, not ‘mom’ 😉

  33. dover_beach

    Tom R, I was going to write that being referred to as someone’s bitch is far less demeaning and derogatory than being called a murderer but concluded this would have gone over your head; it appears I was right. BTW, people who mis-spell “deameaning” or miss words entirely “I wanted a sip out of my iced coffee morning” shouldn’t be offering advice regarding appropriate spelling, etc. even to non-sign writers such as myself.

  34. Tom R

    regional elitism. ROFL. Looks like there was one last straw left after all.
    Still looking for that word ‘murderer’, or are you projecting something there?

  35. twostix

    Tom R was apparently asleep during the anti-howard protests where he was routinely portrayed as Hitler, and placards callign for his death were prominient.
    Such protests where Bob Brown and various ALP ministers were regular speakers.
    Don’t worry though Tom, of course *you* couldn’t see the signs, you had your back to them as you marched forward with them.
    Apparently calling the Prime Minister someone’s bitch is worse than calling the PM Hitler, burning effigies of her and dressing her up as a dog on a leash.
    Funny stuff.

  36. Tom R

    ‘Don’t worry though Tom, of course *you* couldn’t see the signs’
    Well, put em up. The closest we got is ‘coalition of the killing’. I don’t doubt there were some disgusting signs against howard. I just don’t recall a leader of an opposition being assaociated with them.

  37. JC

    I don’t doubt there were some disgusting signs against howard.

    If you don’t doubt it then what’s the purpose of trying to have DB post more signs.
    Tommy, you dickhead there were puppets of Howard being hung in effigy.
    Now get back to bureau work and stop wasting people’s time.

  38. Tom R

    ‘Now get back to bureau work and stop wasting people’s time.’
    This article is about the leader of a political party aligning themselves with these digusting signs. Of course, you can move the debate onto ‘there is disgusting everywhere’, but I won’t argue about that. It is true. I want to see the leader who aligns themselves with these signs.

  39. JC

    Tommy:
    Stop being an idiot all the fucking time. Abbott didn’t align himself with these signs, you nimrod. He went out and spoke to an audience pissed their power bills are going up.

    This article is about the leader of a political party aligning themselves with these digusting signs.

    Oh Yea, I forgot. That’s St. Bob Brown of Tasmania. He’s endorsed full-on retarded commies in the party like that appalling woman in the NSW senate seat. He has no issues with Jew haters. He strongly endorsed Happy Hamilton who writes about suspended democracy.
    Is that what you’re referring to Tommy?

    Of course, you can move the debate onto ‘there is disgusting everywhere’, but I won’t argue about that. It is true.

    Not really. There isn’t “disgusting everywhere”. Only the left have a monopoly on disgusting.
    Don’t try and pose the pox on both houses routine, Tommy as that stuff doesn’t work.

  40. daddy dave

    The closest we got is ‘coalition of the killing’.
    The closest we got was 9-11 Trutherism. In other words, about as unhinged as you can get.

  41. JC

    Oh ffs we’re still arguing whats worse.
    They were hanging effigies of Howard and Bush etc. The fucking left has a monopoly on “disgust”.
    Here’s a deal, if the left can stop being disgusting for a decade maybe I’ll come round to condemning anything disgusting from the right.
    But until 2021 the jury’s out on this one.

  42. JC

    I’ve really always like this dude. He should be PM.

    RESOURCES Minister Martin Ferguson has attacked Labor’s minority government partner the Greens as “basket-weavers” and taken a personal swipe at leader Bob Brown.
    Mr Ferguson described the Greens leader as “soapbox Bob Brown” and hit out at his politics over the minerals resource rent tax and the government’s proposed carbon pricing regime.

  43. Tom R

    ‘Stop being an idiot all the fucking time. Abbott didn’t align himself with these signs, you nimrod’
    Funny, I saw him standing directly in front of one, brought by a guy who showed up because yabot asked him to come to be with him? He also hasn’t apologised for the sign either I note.

  44. C.L.

    The Lying Rodent Gillard argues that Abbott is responsible for third parties – even if he doesn’t know them. It follows logically that Julia Gillard fully approves and endorses whatreallyhappened.com and its argument that Jews and UFOs brought down the WTC. Gillard must demand that Brown apologises for standing in front of that sign.

  45. Rococo Liberal

    The signs were correct. GIllard s a puppet of the Greens. Abbott has nothing for which to to apologise.

  46. dover_beach

    In Tom R’s world, the implication of murder in the sign “Coalition of the killing” is mere ‘projection’. Good times, good times.

  47. Surfer Dave

    Wesley Clark is a “truther” too. With that sort of support for an actual investigation into what really happened on Sep 11, 2001, it does not seem much of a slur to call someone a truther.

    Better would be to call WRH a “denier” site since it does also carry a lot of sceptical views on the supposed “climate disruption” that we evil humans have brought down on the planet.

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