At a loose end for a couple of hours this afternoon?

Why not binge-watch Kevin Rudd’s entire testimony at the Senate inquiry into media diversity?

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59 Responses to At a loose end for a couple of hours this afternoon?

  1. Arky says:

    Why not binge-watch Kevin Rudd’s entire testimony at the Senate inquiry into media diversity?

    ..
    Can I smash myself in the balls with a brick instead?

  2. Penny says:

    I’d rather stick pins in my eyes !!

  3. Karabar says:

    Beyond doubt one of the most useless individuals imaginable.

  4. Slayer of Memes says:

    Sorry, busy trimming my nosehairs with a flamethrower…

  5. thefrollickingmole says:

    Anyone got spare bricks/ pins?

    I don’t want to have to break out the paper cuts and lemon juice again

  6. calli says:

    I will give up many…many things during Lent.

    But not my sanity.

  7. H B Bear says:

    I’m pulling out my own fingernails with pliers. How did he ever become PM?

  8. Damon says:

    It seems the more useless the former PM, the more they want to stick around.

  9. Leigh Lowe says:

    Drinking game.
    Every time the first person singular pronoun gets a run … skol!
    I defy anyone to last more than two minutes.
    And you better have your shots lined up because the I – I – I’s will be coming thick and fast.

  10. incoherent rambler says:

    I’m slamming my balls between two bricks, just to see how much water I can suck in in one breath.

  11. Cassie of Sydney says:

    I’d rather have a tooth extracted without anesthetic.

  12. Gibbo says:

    I would but I will be busy screw self-tappers into the eye of my penis.
    🙂

  13. Stan says:

    Why not? Because I have just scheduled some root canal surgery.

  14. billie says:

    30 seonds of kevin and I was done

    I almost (but not really) feel sorry for sarah hanson seahorse

  15. Billy Boy says:

    Cassie,
    It does not hurt all that much, so my father told me. He extracted one of his own without local anaesthetic and he said that, once he adapted the extraction forceps to the tooth, it was not all that uncomfortable. He practised on his own in a small country town in the late 1920’s.

  16. faceache says:

    Had tooth extraction without anaesthetic about year ago. So, Cassie, I know that’s a valid comparison.

  17. Lee says:

    I have far more important things to do.
    Cleaning the toilets for one.
    KRudd wants less media diversity, not more.

  18. stackja says:

    Kev 07 diversified pink batts.

  19. Pedro the Loafer says:

    Chuckling at all the alternate activity preferred to watching KRudd pontificating from Cats.

    I would rather clean the dags off the Dorpers backsides, myself.

  20. Leigh Lowe says:

    I would rather clean the dags off the Dorpers backsides, myself.

    … with my teeth.

  21. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “KRudd wants less media diversity, not more.”

    Correct….as does Lord Waffle of Point Piper. Both are utterly despicable, as are their enabling wives and children. Remember that it was Lord Waffle who furtively spent his own money assisting in the establishment of The Malcolm Guardian in this country…and he hid it. Remember how we only found out about this last year when he admitted to it in his memoirs. Turdbull did this in 2013….well before he knifed Tony Abbott in the back. No self respecting right of centre politician, no libertarian, no conservative would help to set up a far-left publication like The Guardian. The Liberal party should hang their heads in shame at what happened in September 2015…that’s not absolving Abbott of his faults.

    What these two rodents want is more leftist progressive gunk…in order to sneer at, patronise and put down ordinary Australians. They don’t want us to have media diversity…they want to shut down all debate and opinion that conflicts with their own far-left progressive views of the world.

    Today in Canberra Michael Miller, Executive Chairman of News Corp Australia, said the following…

    “Mr Miller told the senate inquiry that its very existence was evidence that Mr Rudd’s views were free to be aired despite his complaints about News Corp. “This inquiry is evidence of our nation’s embrace of free speech. A former Prime Minister’s objections to News Corp, who then mobilised his social media followers, is in a large part why we’re here,” he said.

    “I do respect, and I’ll defend the former PM’s right to hold his views. I suspect his problem might be that he only respects those views that agree with his.

    Well said Mr Miller.

  22. bespoke says:

    Rudd is a control freak so he sees everything through that lens.

    Rudd thinks Murdoch is head of a conspiracy out to get him.

  23. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Sorry CL, but my collected works of Barry Manilo as interpreted by André Rieu isn’t going to listen to itself.

  24. Fair Shake says:

    Time to bust out that DIY Surgery manual and collection of 18th century sharp implements.

  25. Lee says:

    “I do respect, and I’ll defend the former PM’s right to hold his views. I suspect his problem might be that he only respects those views that agree with his.”

    I am absolutely certain of that.
    KRudd can’t bear the fact that others are allowed to air or publish a dissenting opinion to his.
    And he has a one track mind when it comes to the Murdoch media.

  26. H B Bear says:

    KRudd and Waffleworth both think Uncle Rupe is responsible for their removal from the throne. Classic narcissism from this pair of defectives.

  27. John A says:

    Some have already suggested smashing themselves with bricks.

    Time for at least one, maybe more, Pan-Galactic Gargle-Blasters.

  28. Wally says:

    Programmatic specificity!

  29. incoherent rambler says:

    I had a much more pleasurable afternoon scrubbing down the foreskin with a wire brush and salt.

  30. Paul says:

    The Australian knifed John Howard in the back and enabled krudd. They deserve each other.

  31. Roger says:

    Rudd is a control freak…

    That’s the lay term, anyway.

  32. Professor zfred Lenin says:

    Krudd and tomfool ,sorry turnballs complaing about Murdoch media ? They would be really worried if the anti Trump gang started slagging them the way they did Trump for 5 years, I can just sse them gibbering wrecks on the way to ECT for a shock or ten .
    What a shower! krudd ,giliard , turnballs and now scomo ,giliard had more balls than the pther three put together ,a true bitch .

  33. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Paul
    #3761563, posted on February 19, 2021 at 5:01 pm
    The Australian knifed John Howard in the back and enabled krudd. They deserve each other.”

    Yep…David Penberthy actually admits to this in his scorching, brutal and very accurate take down of Rudd’s dismal character in the Oz late last year. In his piece Penberthy writes that it is a sign of John Howard’s superior character that a few years after he lost office in 2007, he and Howard sat down and had a convivial chat about 2007 and Howard said, referring to The Oz’s knifing of him and its elevation of Rudd “that’s politics”.

    I detest Gillard’s politics but she, Howard and Abbott have all conducted themselves with some dignity since their respective knifings and electoral defeats..unlike those two grubs.

  34. Exit Stage Right says:

    KRudd cannot accept that he was rejected by the Australian people, twice.
    He seems to think that this would not have occurred had Rupert not given he and his Government such a hard time.
    Face the truth, Kevni.
    Its not Murdoch, it’s you. You stink. Your policies were shit and killed people that you never owned up to.
    You have Murdoch Derangement Syndrome, Relevance Deficiency Syndrome and you are a narcissist. That’s just for starters.
    Be gone from our shores, you loser.(Take Mick Trumble with you).

  35. H B Bear says:

    Keating had a problem with the media which continually failed to recognise his genius. But nothing on KRuddy’s scale.

  36. Roger says:

    Howard’s superior character that a few years after he lost office in 2007, he and Howard sat down and had a convivial chat about 2007 and Howard said, referring to The Oz’s knifing of him and its elevation of Rudd “that’s politics”.

    That’s Howard in a nutshell – few if any convictions.

    It was all about politics.

    Truly, the father of modern Australia.

    We’d be better off if he’d stuck with conveyancing and wills.

  37. JMH says:

    I would rather clean the dags off the Dorpers backsides, myself.

    I bet the Dorps don’t have dags, Pedro!

  38. harrys on the boat says:

    mOnty voted for this twat and was deeply upset when he got the arse. Says it all.

  39. Fred Tyler says:

    I would prefer to slam my cock in a car door than watch KRudd.

  40. David says:

    Is Rudd not Australia’s number zombie pollie? Just when you think the zombie killers nailed him, up he pops again. (I can see Simon Pegg looking at Nick Frost (Shaun of the Dead), rousing on him, saying “I thought I gave you special instructions for this one?!”)
    But here’s a challenge to Cats: how many traits does Rudd share with Dan Andrews?

  41. TBH says:

    This thread is hilarious, I’m enjoying it immensely. Has there ever been a more odious PM than Rudd? Gough and Turnbull come close, but even they have to concede the floor to Kev.

  42. Albatross says:

    No.

  43. Baa Humbug says:

    You’re one sick puppy CL.

  44. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    Fair suck of the salt shaker – what’s that prick doing back in Australia, I thought he had been deported to New York along with the small but perfectly formed Stumbull.

    How does he get to address the useless Senate Enquiry into Additional Salary Top Ups for Senators who Serve on Senate Committees Inquiring into Nothing of Value?

  45. Tintarella di Luna says:

    Ah I see the rat peering through a toilet brush has had a few things to say about the media which helped him become Prime Minister in 2007.

    Just returned from dinner out with the Sunbather and friends and I am grateful to C.L. for covering all political bases – because I haven’t kept up with any news because it all seems to be bad – and Krudd’s nitwittery confirms that.

  46. H B Bear says:

    Fair suck of the salt shaker – what’s that prick doing back in Australia, I thought he had been deported to New York along with the small but perfectly formed Stumbull.

    Australia’s highest profile superannuant. He should just buy a caravan and piss off. He might learn something about working for a living.

    But somehow I doubt it.

  47. Clam Chowdah says:

    Have front row tickets to Yoko Ono.

  48. Old Lefty says:

    Don’t know about buying a caravan. The beard already makes him look like the dirty old man in the caravan park.

    Hendo is in good form today on KRudd’s repeated use of the word ‘monopoly’. What about the Age, the SMH, the former Fairfax regional titles, channels 7, 9, and 10, the fact that News Ltd does not own a single radio station? Not to mention the ABC and SBS, the Guardian, the Saturday Paper funded by Morrie Schwartz, the New Daily funded by Labor mates’ looting of super funds, etc etc.

    Is KRudd not just a psychopathic narcissist but an innumerate psychopathic narcissist at that? It would explain a lot about his budget management.

  49. another ian says:

    Re Old Lefty

    I wonder if he has ever been asked ths question

    “Why are you cultivating around your mouth what grows wild around your arse?”

  50. Old Lefty says:

    As an alternative to watching Rudd – you’d be in grave danger of bringing up your dinner – here’s five hours of Kerri Judd (Andrews’ hand-picked Director of Public Prosecutions) undergoing utter humiliation before the full bench of the High Court in Pell v. The Queen:

    https://www.hcourt.gov.au/cases/cases-av/av-2020-03-12

    Mind you, even I found five hours of schadenfreude too much.

  51. pete m says:

    I would rather have my fingernails removed slowly, the flesh then covered with lemon juice and balsamic vinegar, and once dried shoved into a toaster until well done. Then, and only then, would I allow my skin to be peeled from my chest using a rusty blunt axe while a hair dryer was used to blow hot air on it.
    Then maybe would I relent to watch Rudd, but I am not sure.

  52. Syd Gal says:

    Old Lefty re the HCA, I find watching it for half an hour from 2:50 interesting. Re the wine – was it found in the wood-panelled storage kitchenette immediately to the left of the door (this was also the complainant’s statement read out by Detective Reed in the Pell/Vic Police 2016 42 min Rome interview in the public domain). But that furniture was built in the 2000s! Or was the wine found in the corner of the room, the far left, in the alcove? But we hear that the complainant did not mention the white door in the alcove where the wine was secured.

  53. Neil says:

    I’m pulling out my own fingernails with pliers. How did he ever become PM?

    In 2007 with unemployment at 4%, the budget a $20B surplus our detention centers empty and govt debt ZERO, Australia did not want Howard and chose Rudd

  54. Rex Anger says:

    @ Clam Chowdah-

    Have front row tickets to Yoko Ono.

    You poor bastard…

  55. The Barking Toad says:

    Rudd’s missus won’t even sit on that horrible face

  56. win says:

    How did he become PM. Well for a start there was the front page of the Australian with Phillip Adams highlighted ‘Who will I hate when Howard loses his seat ‘. ? what happened to the influx of Chinese voters from mainland China who were living hereat the time of the election. The stunned surprize and subsequent fury of the media woman,n(ame lost in the mist of time) when she lost the seat was a revelation.

  57. iamok says:

    I’d rather skin myself alive than watch KRudd do anything.

    He is as repulsive a politician and person I have ever seen in public life.

  58. The BigBlueCat says:

    I like a bit of humour … KRudd certainly can’t be serious about Murdoch and lack of media diversity – KRudd’s biggest joke is that removing Murdoch increases diversity … therein lies the clue why he got booted!

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