Hierarchy eager to move guilty clerics on to other parishes

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25 Responses to Hierarchy eager to move guilty clerics on to other parishes

  1. stackja

    Victorian voters keep electing ALP into government expecting a different result.

  2. Boxcar

    Funny, in over 200 days, Doubledown Dan appeared to make every decision about everything else.

  3. Tezza

    Victorian Covid policy making is the marriage of a self-licking ice cream with the politician’s syllogism.

    Not only is no one responsible, no group is responsible. It is a divine creation: policies making themselves.

  4. liliana

    Is anyone surprised?

    It all ‘just happened’- you know ‘organically’.

  5. Lee

    What’s the point of having a f..kwit of a premier who apparently neither makes important decisions, nor has any idea of whom of those under him do make them?

  6. Colonel Bunty Golightly

    What do you call a group of politicians? Perhaps “a liar of politicians” would be appropriate?

  7. Bruce of Newcastle

    Aliens from Sagittarius snuck in and wrote all the contracts or something.
    That must be it.
    Weird how no one noticed.

  8. Boambee John

    Colonel Bunty Golightly
    #3600195, posted on September 28, 2020 at 3:09 pm
    What do you call a group of politicians? Perhaps “a liar of politicians” would be appropriate?

    Whenever I see a glock of galahs, I am reminded of our political and media classes.

    Of late, our bureaucratic classes also spring to mind.

  9. Professor Fred Lenin

    It was really a good feel thing,we didnt want to frighten the quarantined with nasty white soldiers we felt they would be happier with their fellow sub continenal people employed by the company , no one really made the decision ,comrade Pakula signed the $30 million cheque for the Indian indigenius company as a normal routine cheque signing that he does a few times a week .
    No one made the decision it just happened ,Dandemic Dan wasnt told because he had far too much on his plate already Fightingthe extreme right wing scomo in his xenophobicanti Chinese actions , all this fuss over a lousy 30million not a fortune ,so whats the problem ,our media will make it go away .

  10. Boambee John

    Flock of galahs, ffs!

  11. Bronson

    Shit happens …….apparently! Did anybody expect anything but a white wash? A hand picked inquiry a case of convenient amnesia for the entire political and bureaucratic leadership of the state and a compliant boot licking press (until it finally became too obvious for even them to avoid). Victoria it’s a state of corruption.

  12. duncanm

    I wish $30M of shit would happen in my direction without anyone noticing.

  13. calli

    What do you call a group of politicians?

    A Graft of Politicians.

  14. Tintarella di Luna

    Last time I looked at the list of collective nouns it was a lie of politicians

  15. yarpos

    If the enquiry swallows this BS I guess it will be another nail in the coffin of the legal system in VIC.

  16. a reader

    I thought it was a Pork Barrel of politicians

  17. Professor Fred Lenin

    Dandemic Dan broke the Ming Vase Nan left you ,then bought a replacement with your money .

  18. nb

    The magic of Marxism.
    China ALP. ‘Your money on our fire.’

  19. Hay Stockard

    For sucks fake.
    Supine apathetic Victorians whinge about this. Nine tenths of seven eights of them have stood up to this.
    And here comes the whining expecting the rest of us to do the heavy lifting for them.
    I have even gone out of my way to offer advice to the shot-a-beds but none of them have taken it up,
    Grow a set, you disgraces to Australia. You are becoming dull, boring and your whining annoying.

  20. Tim Neilson

    I have even gone out of my way to offer advice to the shot-a-beds but none of them have taken it up,

    Just post it here.

  21. Hay Stockard

    Tim Neilson,
    Funny ha ha. You want to get the doomlord locked up for for wrongthink?
    I deliberately keep my comments on here toned down.

  22. Tim Neilson

    Hay Stockard
    #3600610, posted on September 28, 2020 at 10:51 pm

    I see that General Melchett has once again issued a stern rebuke from the chateau 35 miles behind the lines, urging those slackers in the trenches to buck up and get over the top pronto.

    He’s just admitted that his advice would get people locked up, but from his position of total safety he deplores the failure to do as he says by anyone who actually faces that prospect.

    Gutlessness and hypocrisy aren’t a great mix, Hay.

  23. Lee

    Tim.

    +1

    Easy for an interstater to “courageously” tell Victorians what to do, when they face no risk of a very heavy-handed (and very politicised) police and large fines coming down on them like a ton of bricks.
    And VicPol are clearly enjoying their enormously increased powers.

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