Promoting “hatred, division and madness”

Went looking for the source of CurrencyLad’s story on Craig Kelly and found this. There really are some fruit loops out there.

Malcolm Turnbull slams Murdoch media for sowing ‘hatred, division and madness’

I had been told he still shows up on the ABC and this is definite proof. He apparently once led the Liberal Party of Australia.

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71 Responses to Promoting “hatred, division and madness”

  1. JC says:

    In an opinion piece in Crikey,

    That’s like the grave yard for leftwing writers.

  2. Cassie of Sydney says:

    I don’t think I can ever forgive the Liberal party for vomiting up this disgrace called Malturd Turdbull.

  3. Old Lefty says:

    By the way, did Lord Turdball of Waffleworth ever apologise to the late Archbishop Wilson for his part in the pile-on that forced him to resign? I’ll bet not.

  4. Old Lefty says:

    Rudd and Turnbull: narcissists of the world unite! You have nothing to lose but your overweening and unjustified vanity.

  5. thefrollickingmole says:

    Margok Ingson still post there?

    Freedom of speech must never mean freedom from responsibility.

    Freedom of speech is just that.
    You are the catamite using the second strawman part to try and neuter the first.

    Awful man
    The worst
    Potential negateness

  6. Damon says:

    It used to be accepted that PMs past their use-by date would go away and shut up.

  7. dopey says:

    John Howard persuaded him not to quit.

  8. Rex Anger says:

    It’s like Kevin, but without the beard…

    (I can smear the evil Murdochs, too!)

  9. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “dopey
    #3728893, posted on January 18, 2021 at 6:54 pm
    John Howard persuaded him not to quit.”

    Yep…I don’t think that I can ever forgive John Howard for persuading the Turd to stay in politics.

    When will the Liberal party expel him?

  10. Professor Fred Lenin says:

    Surely the ALP lhavd finally made him a member ,the poor bugger has wanted to accepted by the comrades for years ,I mean he tried hard to lose the majority Abbott had gained to ;et the comrades back into power .
    Perhaps Albo blackballed him fearing ge might stab him in the bacl\k like he did aith Abbott..
    He and the krudster are birds of a feather? Vultures ? Crows ? They are both nasty and noisy . _

  11. Siltstone says:

    Oh dear, resorting to Crikey. Next he will be selling his remaindered book from a fold-up card table at Monash Uni. Jim Cairns The Second.

  12. candy says:

    I’m seeing most of the media anti Trump since the election, including quotes from the Murdoch family.
    Even Andrew Bolt said some nasty things about Trump. Out of the blue.

    In fact, they have all turned pro Biden. The fear of being called white supremacists makes them do strange things. The Australian newspaper is hate Trump day after day and promoting Biden every day.

  13. Riversutra says:

    He makes John Hewson look like a liberal, hell, he makes Scott Morrison look like a liberal!!

  14. a happy little debunker says:

    The man who spewed forth Australia’s hateful version of The Guardian has no business lecturing anyone on how any media conducts itself!

  15. K2 says:

    Is and always was a Globalist plant.

    Was only ever in the Liberal Party to scuttle it. Remember when he was the leader of “No Opposition” during Rudd’s first tenure?

  16. the sting says:

    Quoting Mark Steyn about Turnbull ” he came in small and went out smaller ”.

  17. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Surely the ALP lhavd finally made him a member “

    The Australian Labor has much, much more sense than the Liberal party of Australia.

  18. Roger says:

    I don’t think I can ever forgive the Liberal party for vomiting up this disgrace called Malturd Turdbull.

    You can largely thank John Howard for that.

    Along with much else that ails contemporary Australia.

  19. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Let’s look at Turdbull’s behaviour.

    Turdbull admitted to helping set up The Guardian in this country…a far-left, progressive news outlet that makes the SMH look centrist……he helped set this up before he became PM in 2015.

    Turdbull deliberately sabotaged the October 2018 by-election in Wentworth…thus enabling Phelps’ win.

    Turdbull joined in the howling of Cardinal George Pell after he was sentenced….when he should have STFU.

    Turdbull contributed to the disgraceful Four Corners stitch up of Tudge and Porter, aligning himself with Louse Nilligan and others….when he should have STFU.

    Turdbull has joined with that other miserable ghost and all round narcissist ex-PM, Kevvie Rudd, to launch a jihad against News Limited.

    I also believe Turdbull was behind a lot of what ensued in Warringah in the lead up to the last federal election.

    The Liberal party, if it had any integrity and any self respect, would tell Turdbull to eff off and expel him.

    Turdbull is loathed…except by the inner city luvvies who, laughably, would never have voted for him when he was in politics.

  20. WX says:

    There’s a Fox in the canoe now?
    I can visualise it: “Malcolm’s Ark, the Musical”
    (in 14 parts).

    What I meant to write was: Why are we still providing oxygen to this long-extinguished flame?

  21. Roger says:

    Why are we still providing oxygen to this long-extinguished flame?

    Misguided charity.

  22. Karabar says:

    I’ve often wondered “What is meant by “hate speech”?
    It must be this kind of juvenile, mendicant, idiotic nonsense spewed in a Turdballs rant.

  23. Lee says:

    If one thing makes Turnbull worse than KRudd, it is that at least the latter isn’t a traitor to his own party.
    Turnbull was treacherous to his own party even when PM.
    Utterly loathsome, despicable man.

  24. gavalanche says:

    turnbull is scared – i wonder why?

  25. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Murdoch’s media empire to “be brought to account”, and asked businesses to reconsider advertising with the company’s outlets.”

    Turdbull wants companies to pull advertising from Sky News. He wants to destroy Sky. I wonder if he’s donating money to Sleeping Midgets? Wouldn’t put it past him.

    Turdbull is a gutless evil prick…who has no redeeming traits whatsoever. I think he’s worse than Kevvie Rudd….Rudd at least one time believed in the Labor party, Turdbull has never believed in the Liberal party.

  26. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Lee
    #3729007, posted on January 18, 2021 at 8:06 pm
    If one thing makes Turnbull worse than KRudd, it is that at least the latter isn’t a traitor to his own party.”

    Exactly Lee…you beat me to it! I believe Turdbull is worse than Rudd.

  27. John Brumble says:

    To some extent, he’s right. But hatred and division is exactly the response people should have to authoritarians of any striped.

  28. Megan says:

    He apparently once led the Liberal Party of Australia.

    And is as crap a writer as he was a prime minister. He’s not a leader’s bootlace.

  29. billie says:

    pfft .. loser

  30. Bronson says:

    Crikey what a [email protected] up

  31. Kev from Canberra says:

    Freedom of speech must never mean freedom from responsibility.

    Spoken like a true Globalist tyrant. Fuck off, Mal.

  32. miltonf says:

    If one thing makes Turnbull worse than KRudd, it is that at least the latter isn’t a traitor to his own party.”

    And the Liberal Party still loves him! How could any sane person ever vote for such a party again? Great comments Cassie btw. As for John Howard, my opinion of him has changed 180 degrees in the last 5 years.

  33. H B Bear says:

    Crikey is the Waffleworth of Australian media. A natural fit.

    Still no sign of Potential Greatness. Clock is ticking dude.

  34. Neil says:

    You can largely thank John Howard for that.

    Along with much else that ails contemporary Australia.

    Have you ever said anything good about Howard? Unemployment went from 8% to 4% under Howard. You have to go back to the 1970’s to find unemployment with a 4 in front of it.

    And govt debt went from 18% of GDP in 1996 to ZERO by 2007. Howard is the ONLY govt since 1972 to reduce govt debt. And it will be years before govt debt is reduced if ever.

    One good thing Turnbull did was change the NBN from FTTP to FTTN. Nothing wrong with FTTP but it is expensive and slow to build. Half the country would still be on ADSL if not for Turnbull

    But i think Turnbull and Rudd had some similarities. Fooled everyone until it was too late just like Emperor Palpatine from the Star Wars movies

  35. Bones says:

    Just 30 keystrokes on Malcolm.

  36. miltonf says:

    Always an abrasive little man. I remember him from the spycatcher days and the ARM. Odious. I don’t like the royals any more but I prefer them to turdbull.

  37. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Always an abrasive little man. I remember him from the spycatcher days and the ARM. Odious. I don’t like the royals any more but I prefer them to turdbull.”

    Agree…and particularly with the word “odious ” to describe him.

  38. miltonf says:

    I think JH’s attack on property rights, mass migration and signing us up to the ICC negate any apparently good economic statistics.

  39. Megan says:

    …Turdbull has never believed in the Liberal party.

    Exactly, Cassie. The only thing Turnbull believes in his is own brilliance. Which is simply the reflection from all the empty disc space in his head.

  40. H B Bear says:

    There are toilet doors with higher standards than Crikey. Although you need to be careful looking for them in Sydney.

  41. Vagabond says:

    One day history will record that the Turd was a Manchurian candidate planted by the ALP to destroy the libs. His one seat majority in 2016 was clearly an unintended surprise and led to hubris and complacency that only hastens the rot. The fact that the libs haven’t expelled him after his obvious disloyalty and treachery shows how pathetic they are and how successful the destructive process has been.

    Despite what the MSM says and polls may show, Morrison is on very thin ice even with an incompetent opponent like Albo. The 2019 victory owes a lot to that idiot Bob Brown and his anti-coal crusade in the mining districts of Qld. You only get one Bob Brown in a lifetime, to paraphrase Kerry Packer’s comment about Alan Bond.

  42. miltonf says:

    As someone on this blog rightly pointed out, the election of Turnbull (wannabe Labor and pal of Nick Whitlam) by he Libs as opposition leader and then PM was a tacit admission that the unipardy is a fact.

  43. Megan says:

    Good project manager I once worked with had also been inflicted with Malcolm the Great at HIH. His view was that there was not one single person in the place that did not outright detest him.

  44. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Megan
    #3729061, posted on January 18, 2021 at 8:31 pm
    …Turdbull has never believed in the Liberal party.

    Exactly, Cassie. The only thing Turnbull believes in his is own brilliance. Which is simply the reflection from all the empty disc space in his head.”

    My mother and stepfather attended a function that Malturd and Luce turned up to…it was at the beginning of last year…..mum said that nobody talked to them.

  45. miltonf says:

    The fact that the libs haven’t expelled him after his obvious disloyalty and treachery shows how pathetic they are and how successful the destructive process has been.

    Too true. How could any one who loves Australia ever support them again.

  46. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Despite what the MSM says and polls may show, Morrison is on very thin ice even with an incompetent opponent like Albo. The 2019 victory owes a lot to that idiot Bob Brown and his anti-coal crusade in the mining districts of Qld. You only get one Bob Brown in a lifetime, to paraphrase Kerry Packer’s comment about Alan Bond.”

    Very good comment.

  47. Neil says:

    I think JH’s attack on property rights

    How did Howard attack property rights??

    mass migration

    Howard cannot win. lefties say Howard is racist so how could he be for mass migration. Actually in general immigration has been good for Australia. Always problems when you fly in skilled workers when we don’t need them but overall immigration is a plus for our country

  48. Wallace says:

    “I had been told he still shows up on the ABC and this is definite proof. He apparently once led the Liberal Party of Australia.”

    Not quite right. He changed the name to the ‘Turnbull’ Liberal Party when he got in.
    He had signs made to hang on his podium. That turned me off straight away.. The idiot.

  49. miltonf says:

    Ah yes- THE TRUMBLE COALITION TEAM. And they let him do it!

  50. Rob MW says:

    And when the election result was clear, Fox was once again in the forefront supporting Trump in his claims of election fraud, undermining Americans’ faith in their electoral system.

    Obviously Mal doesn’t watch Fox because if he had he would have observed the exact opposite. Did he not notice that most of Fox’s viewers left Fox for Newsmax and OAN because of Fox’s commentary at their election night coverage and aftermath coverage.

    The poor ole’ has been prick Mal can’t even lie straight in bed.

  51. Syd Gal says:

    I don’t understand why Lucy Turnbull tweeted to Louise Milligan 11.59pm on 19 April 2020 in response to Milligan’s thread: “Pell & bunkum ABC conspiracy” (the next day an ABC statement regarding their reporting on Cdl George Pell including “The ABC firmly rejects claims that it pursued a “witch hunt” against Cardinal Pell, that it engaged in “vigilante” journalism or that it’s coverage was one-sided or unfair”).

    LM said C Porter should release the RC Redacted Reports and LT replied: ” Yes, we need to see the unredacted copy of the RC Report to see justice done – and be seen to be done” to Minchin, Porter, 730 Rept and LM.

    After a bit of a drill down to some of the previously redacted exhibits, it’s hard to understand how some of the findings were made.

  52. Rob MW says:

    How did Howard attack property rights??

    The EPBC Act 1999 – the Natural Heritage Trust Act 1997 – the Australia Clause & side letter for the Kyoto Protocol.

    Anything else ?

  53. miltonf says:

    We’ve had his conversation before Neil. Land clearing laws. Migration may be good when at around late 70s levels and when jobs are chasing people. You really sound like a scratched record.

  54. Tintarella di Luna says:

    I don’t think I can ever forgive the Liberal party for vomiting up this disgrace called Malturd Turdbull.

    Not once but twice Cassie, imagine that. I see it’s reduced to writing for Crikey and appearing on the ABC – the preferred pastures of the well-heeled Leftist herd.

  55. Crossie says:

    Cassie of Sydney
    #3728883, posted on January 18, 2021 at 6:48 pm
    I don’t think I can ever forgive the Liberal party for vomiting up this disgrace called Malturd Turdbull

    #MeToo and I will not vote for them until they expel him.

  56. Neil says:

    The EPBC Act 1999 – the Natural Heritage Trust Act 1997 – the Australia Clause & side letter for the Kyoto Protocol.

    Thanks i finally got an answer. Trouble is people hate Howard so much i don’t believe most accusations against Howard.

    Also i have no idea what those Legislative Acts are or why they are bad

  57. miltonf says:

    Heard of Peter Spencer?

  58. Rabbi Putin says:

    When the question: “worst Baby Boomers of all time” comes up, Turnbull is pretty much always up there.

  59. miltonf says:

    The Roseville wanted him expelled iirc. The defeat of the Wahringah motion demonstrated the contempt the party power elite has ordinary members.

  60. miltonf says:

    *Roseville branch

  61. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Malcolm Turnbull slams Murdoch media for sowing ‘hatred, division and madness’

    Projection. He’s been doing this his whole career. Take your green dreams and piss off.

  62. Neil says:

    We’ve had his conversation before Neil.

    Not really. I asked what you were talking about but did not receive an answer


    Heard of Peter Spencer?

    Nope.

    But i at least received an answer from someone what property rights Howard supposedly affected. So i can research what The EPBC Act 1999 and the Natural Heritage Trust Act 1997 is.

  63. miltonf says:

    We’ve had his conversation before Neil.

    Not really. I asked what you were talking about but did not receive an answer

    Rubbish- I talked about land clearing laws. So you did receive an answer.

  64. Davey Boy says:

    Yes and there is still a phalange of bedwetter Turnbull followers out there in the SFLs, like the federal member for Reid (basically, now Craig Laundy in a dress) for example. They agitate in their electorates for all the Turnbull policies, climate scams and so forth. And shut down those who question or answer back, by accusing them of being “inflammatory”.

  65. miltonf says:

    Most of the Lieborals in northern Sydney seem to be full on leftists verging on hard core- Falinsky, Lesser, Zimmerman.

  66. Neil says:

    The fact that the libs haven’t expelled him after his obvious disloyalty and treachery shows how pathetic they are and how successful the destructive process has been.

    Coalition is different to labor. Labor is more tribal and expect loyalty whereas the Coalition has a long history in “”crossing the floor””

    https://www.smh.com.au/national/the-lost-art-of-crossing-the-floor-20060812-gdo5rd.html

    In October last year the Parliamentary Library got out the voting records of the past half century or so – from 1950 until August 2004 – and it did the numbers. What the library’s researchers came up with, in a four-page paper, was the reality that, during those 54 years, 245 MPs – 87 senators, 154 MHRs, and four who served in both houses – crossed the floor. Or, more pertinently, one in every four politicians “who sat in Parliament during this period”.

    And of the 245 MPs who crossed the floor during the 54 years, only 28 were from the Labor Party. The reason is that Labor MPs are bound by a formal party pledge to support the collective decisions of their parliamentary caucus. To flout the pledge is to risk expulsion from the party

  67. Leigh Lowe says:

    JC

    #3728879, posted on January 18, 2021 at 6:46 pm

    In an opinion piece in Crikey,

    That’s like the grave yard for leftwing writers.

    How the mediocre mighty have fallen.

  68. TBH says:

    This thread has been one of the more entertaining I’ve read at the Cat in some time. It has articulated every figurative slap of the face to that wanker Turnbull (and for bonus points his personality doppelgänger Rudd) that I had on my mind without needing to say anything. Well played everyone.

  69. Mother Lode says:

    Trumble is not a stupid man (although his opinion of his intelligence is orders of magnitude above the actuality) but surely even he can see that his Prime Ministership was a failure. An overlong, drawn out febrile illness.

    He hijacked a government with a magnificent majority by aligning himself with the enemies of that very government. He reduced it to a single seat majority (and that single seat gifted him by the Nats) by running a campaign appealing to people who were not going to vote for him (progressives), and finally departed after manoeuvring favourites and lackeys behind the scenes.

    Is there anyone who has any fond memories of him?

  70. SIMON NICHOLAS MORGAN says:

    and asked businesses to reconsider advertising with the company’s outlets.

    -I’d like to tell what I think of that statement, Turnbull, but it’s not printable.

    You’ve found your home with Crickey though – a marriage made in hell if ever there was one.

  71. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Is there anyone who has any fond memories of him?

    I still remember with fondness the time he went bright purple in the face while bellowing at an audience of gliberal party grandees that there were no factions in their party. Much laughter could be heard subsequently from the audience.

    Another self inflicted low in a seemingly unending cavalcade during the insufferable turd’s time blighting public life in this country.

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