Peak Sheila

THE media loves to see a poll dividend for a drumbeat campaign against a Federal government. Columnists want to believe their earnest coverage of the Great Misogyny Scare of 2021 – including war stories by at least a dozen ladies of a jaded age – is encouraging a deserved comeuppance from voters. Everybody wants to believe their job matters – especially journalists in a media ecosystem where Big Tech is the new apex predator. How much the public cares about Sir John Kerr trying to “make out” with an adviser to Gough Whitlam 48 years ago is debatable. What next? ‘Billy Hughes pinched my granny’s bottom’? Henry Parkes collected porno daguerreotypes?

Voters have given Scott Morrison a “clip around his tin ear,” Simon Benson declared yesterday. A clip is probably about right; it wasn’t a punch and doesn’t even pass muster as a slap. After weeks of melodrama, a ‘march’ on Canberra, a multi-million dollar bombardment from the ABC and two ministers weepily furloughed, Newspoll’s latest two party preferred figures are unchanged from the previous survey: Labor 52, Coalition 48. In circumstances described (inevitably) as unprecedented, that must be disappointing to the big guns of rape-o-rama. Anthony Albanese remains as popular as Andrew Laming at a women’s yoga session: 20 points behind as preferred PM.

At what politicos like to call the end of the day, the only proven sexual misdeeds against a woman at Parliament House were committed by members of a gay rump (if you will) aligned to Malcolm Turnbull, the same-sex ‘marriage’ mafia and, ergo, the political left. In the not-too-distant future, the only legal wrongdoing established in a courtroom may be an accuser’s.

As Justinian so brilliantly argued yesterday, the “transactional” Morrison government deserves no sympathy and none is intended here. I simply make these three points: first, a gender shaming war orchestrated by power-starved feminists and ABC extremists hasn’t paid off as expected; second, before the dust settles, the real sleazeball facing a sentence is unlikely to be Christian Porter; third, because one half of the population is – believe it or not – male, misandry is not an astute strategy. People are starting to see this for what it really is: a curated ideological event whose partisanship is a callous insult to the genuinely damaged.

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47 Responses to Peak Sheila

  1. H B Bear says:

    SloMo and the Lieborals getting what they deserve. It wasn’t like they were on the front foot anyway. Fuck ‘em.

  2. duncanm says:

    a curated ideological event whose partisanship is a callous insult to the genuinely damaged.

    This.

  3. Roger says:

    Anthony Albanese remains as popular as Andrew Laming at a women’s yoga session: 20 points behind as preferred PM.

    Chuckle.

    The parallels with 2004 are there for all to see:

    Yes, Morrison leads a tired government bereft of a policy agenda.

    But Labor is led by a man Australians don’t particularly like or trust.

  4. H B Bear says:

    Beware the bait and switch. It’s coming.

  5. Dot says:

    It doesn’t matter.

    Their tears say more than real evidence ever could.

  6. Snotball says:

    I felt a sense of hope when Albo released his $15B plan to get Australian industry up and running and turn us back into a country that actually made things. That is of course until I found out what those things were going to be. Everything focused on renewable energy projects and making electric cars. What a wanker!

  7. Joanna Smythe says:

    When this is all over and the next distraction appears, Morrison will survive and still be the Appeasement General. Nothing achieved, nothing learned.

  8. John64 says:

    Only the SFLs could be hopeless enough to cede the high moral ground on how men should treat women to the Liars who still have individuals sitting on the front bench such as such as Therapeutic Albo, Peanut Head and Tony Burqa.

  9. kingsley says:

    Meanwhile Jacinta Price can’t get the equivalent of a teardrop of media coverage compared to the ocean of media coverage the feminists have got.
    Believe all women …except aboriginal women, or sure believe them, but just ignore them anyway.
    There’s some pretty stiff competition but the feminazis must be pretty damn close to the GOATS of hypocrisy

  10. Professor Fred Lenin says:

    The communist media are trying to pull the same foul trick as the evil US media think they have pulled off . Putting a corrupt demented paedophile on the throne with a fifth rate communist female as 2nd puppet . They want to do that here with the asian massage fifth rate “career polliemuppet ” the Albanian .
    Just because they have a third rate “degree” in communist propaganda They think they can dictate who rules . We should remove all taxpaer fuding from them ,without taxpayers mobey socialism perishes .
    The lonliest person is a guy rattling a charity donations tin at a socialist meeting .

  11. thefrollickingmole says:

    This is a deeply weird story from JJJ…

    Whats Pape/sexual assault is being watered down quite a bit.

    https://www.abc.net.au/triplej/programs/hack/young-men-sexual-assault-reckoning/13280118

    Five years ago when Marcus* was 17, he went over to a girl’s house to hang out and watch a movie. They didn’t discuss it, but he was expecting to have sex with her.

    “We started kissing on the couch… I sort of try to keep putting my hand down her pants,” he told Hack.

    “She kept saying, no I don’t feel well, I feel sick, and she kept trying to push her hand away.”

    Marcus said he was getting really frustrated and eventually “persuaded” the girl to give him a handjob.

    “It’s like, well, I’ve just wasted my time, so I’m gonna get something out of this,” he said.

    In his head he believed she’d led him on and now wasn’t following through.

    “Pretty much after that was finished, I literally just left,” he said.

    This month was the first time Marcus realised that in that moment five years ago, he had sexually assaulted her.

    Note the weasel wording “persuaded”, with what?
    ….
    Sam told Hack about two specific times he pressured guys to keep going during sex.

    “He wasn’t saying no, he was just saying, like, hey let’s stop for a little bit like, you know, pick up again, in a little bit,” he said.

    “When I think back now, he seemed apprehensive, he seemed nervous, he seemed tentative… and actually like he wanted to stop.”

    Sam didn’t realise he was doing anything wrong until one of the men told him so directly a couple of weeks after the encounter.

    How about we teach people to clearly say “no”
    Radical, but it just might help.
    ….

    Beyond that, Dr Meyer said men have an important role to play by holding other men to account in their day to day lives.

    “You might get that initial relief of okay, so I’ve done the right thing, I’ve acknowledged this, I’ve apologised, but I’m still surrounded by a whole lot of male friends… where sexist jokes and derogatory comments about women happen all the time,” she said.

    Those are the kinds of attitudes that drive sexual violence against women, said Dr Meyer.
    ..
    “They need to teach how to pick up on visible cues, and words that aren’t the word ‘no’, but mean the same thing.”

    Dr Meyer said on top of consent education in schools, there needs to be a huge change with men’s attitudes towards women and sex. And something that might help with that is hearing men reflect on their past sexual experiences with genuine remorse and accountability.

  12. Scott Osmond says:

    Outside the media/social/media Canberra bubble no one I’ve talked to even discusses this. It’s not an issue that moves anyone. The few times it’s come up it’s everyone involved are lieing scum including the sainted Brittoney who has no reason to lie about her drunken state and has no motivation to get her political oponents.

  13. Snoopy says:

    third, because one half of the population is – believe it or not – male, misandry is not an astute strategy.

    Also, most normal women have sons and the more senior likely have grandsons as well.

  14. PB says:

    Its certainly gone a long way to proving my long-held belief that no-one, ever, should vote for a female candidate. There are none that are worth the risk. Women do not seek solutions when in Office, just attention and control.

    Look at Queensland this morning. Never better illustrated.

  15. PB says:

    “a curated ideological event whose partisanship is a callous insult to the genuinely damaged.”

    seconded to Duncan as this.

    Captures the whole lot in the one sentence.

  16. Baa Humbug says:

    This is nothing. Barely started in Australia and worse to come.

    The left are masters at having their cake and eating it too.
    They trashed men behaving chivalrously, they coached their girls to fvck around at will, but now they want men and boys to be “trained” to act……..what?……..oh that’s right, chivalrously.

    Until those on the right with a platform talk about this openly, things will just get worse.

  17. gary says:

    The good thing about a reasonably homogeneous population is that divisions are not readily created and maintained between sub segments of the population. As Australia becomes more multi cultural the ability of malign forces to create divisions in society will become easier and, like the US, violence may follow.

  18. Paul says:

    Well said.
    And as it’s always happened in the US, the JFK and Clinton experiences show that the arrogant lefy don’t really care about women and misogyny.

    And in France, as former President Holland showed it doesn’t even rate as political news

  19. BrettW says:

    On 4 BC I think yesterday heard the reporter who broke the Andrew Lamming story (Fegan ?) talking about how he was not going to stop pursuing the story until Lamming was out of Parliament. Obviously thinks it is up to him to decide.

  20. Squirrel says:

    ” What next? ‘Billy Hughes pinched my granny’s bottom’?

    As it happens, my granny did have Hughes stories – but national security demands my silence…..

    Back to the present day, Labor’s free childcare bribe, which is obviously coming, will have some resonance as the parrots say, but with Albanese copying the look and theme of Corbin’s campaign, there might be a few other little problems along the way for them.

    Far and away the most interesting political outcome so far is the big promotion of Karen Andrews – not the first women from a science background who has done well in politics.

  21. Dot says:

    If persuasion is coercion, the only relationships that can possibly occur are communicationless ones where you simply agree to what is on offer.

    Like an extreme version of Tinder.

  22. Wallace says:

    It has all been revealed.
    All this kerfluffel about women being with men etc., was about getting talking points for some lefty meeting or such like.

  23. notafan says:

    How can women have complete sexual freedom and demand respect?

    It’s a pickle.

  24. duncanm says:

    Dot says:
    March 30, 2021 at 5:54 pm
    If persuasion is coercion, the only relationships that can possibly occur are communicationless ones where you simply agree to what is on offer.

    nup. Apparently that’s off too.

    If a woman comes into your hotel room at night on invitation, after presenting herself in her jammies at the door on a lame pretext (toothpaste), asking “so, do you wanna fuck?” is completely verboten, too.

    … and they wonder why “incel” is a thing?

  25. Clam Chowdah says:

    Yes, quite a lot of “powerful victims” in this political equation.

  26. Albatross says:

    PB says:
    March 30, 2021 at 4:08 pm
    Its certainly gone a long way to proving my long-held belief that no-one, ever, should vote for a female candidate.

    no […] vote for […] female

    FTFY.

  27. rich says:

    … and they wonder why “incel” is a thing?

    MGTOW , or confirmed bachelors. Incels couldn’t be with a woman even if they wanted to due to social awkwardness. The MGTOW on the other hand choose not to be with women due to the risks of being #metoo. It seems that the law should be weaponised so that women cannot be approached by any man “beneath” them on the social strata (hypergamy).

  28. Leigh Lowe says:

    MGTOW?
    Maximum Gross Take Off Weight?

  29. Roger says:

    … and they wonder why “incel” is a thing?

    Incels couldn’t be with a woman even if they wanted to due to social awkwardness.

    I thought incel was a p0rtmanteau of involuntary celibate?

  30. Baa Humbug says:

    Leigh Lowe says:
    March 30, 2021 at 7:29 pm

    MGTOW?
    Maximum Gross Take Off Weight?

    Men Going Their Own Way.
    It really is a thing.

  31. Arky says:

    I love chicks. I love their goofy little chipmunk cheeks, their nuttiness, their at times annoying, high pitched squeaky little voices, their penchant for floral shit.
    But these harpy loons are ruining the brand.

  32. David says:

    A young women drunk at 2 in the morning going in to the office ,what else was going to happen and she would have been well aware Why did the guard let them in could have been looking at stuff which they should not have I have 3 daughters and they can not believe she did that

  33. buckshot says:

    God, I know you don’t do schadenfreude, but please let one of the ‘hens’ be a female Labor or Greens MP:

    The second cluster, currently responsible for five infections, is linked to a nurse from the same hospital, who travelled to Byron Bay with her sister for a party where the tradie was also in attendance.

    “One of the positive cases in that second cluster attended the hens party as an entertainer,” Dr Young told reporters on Tuesday morning.

  34. Dave in Marybrook says:

    why “incel” is a thing
    Keep the ” on it. “Incel” is only a thing because it’s a useful tool to the misandrists.

  35. Tel says:

    I love chicks. I love their goofy little chipmunk cheeks, their nuttiness, their at times annoying, high pitched squeaky little voices, their penchant for floral shit.
    But these harpy loons are ruining the brand.

    Australian brush-tail possums are very much like what chipmunks would be like, if you feed them after midnight.

  36. NoFixedAddress says:

    Ban all politicians from Parliament House.

    They can work from their Electoral offices.

  37. Texas Jack says:

    Everything in this pathetic unflushable turd of a problem leads back to the triangulation strategy Morrison’s employed since the “I believe in miracles” victory lap. Having abused it past the point of overreach it’s now backfiring spectacularly – in every corner of the country.

    Take your own poll. Is anyone you know gearing up to strap on a cheesy blue Liberal T come election day? Anyone out there desperate to hand out how-to-votes or scrutineer? Donate? Bueller?

    No? That’d be because Morrison (and Berejiklian, and Marshall, and ……) is now so obviously way off the Turncoat Richter scale of Wet we’re basically giving up bothering with politics until something remotely positive happens, and that doesn’t look remotely likely (a Prime Minister for Women somehow doesn’t cut it). Which means those oh-so Aussie blokes in North QLD who managed to get their betters to vote LNP in 2019 (remember “how good is QLD?”) are going to struggle to convey good reasons for their loved ones not to vote for nice old harmless Albo this year or next.

    But the really big backfire was quietly delivered with the ALP Left’s realization that their man Albanese didn’t have much choice but to go along with those holding the nuclear football inside ALP headquarters. Albo couldn’t get into first gear let alone be Newspoll-competitive, so the usual grubs on the inside-Left decided to up-the-ante with the help of their friends in all the right places at the ABC. Notice those perfectly timed incendiaries thrown at Porter? The perfect backdrop of the Higgins story colliding with International Women’s Day? The impossible to resist fodder for rolling breathless coverage?

    None of this was some random perfect opportunity out of nowhere for the Left. They didn’t have much choice because Mr Covid Popular was out and about taking their position on everything – no exceptions.

    The bottom line? Morrison deserves everything he’s copping. An electoral drubbing of the Kirkup kind may well be the ground zero the Coalition needs to find to find those who’re willing to fight their way back up.

  38. Dot says:

    Shit.

    As usual, the best red pills you drop are subtle.

    I say a couple of deplorable words and an underground river springs up.

    There is no such thing as an incel, as long as you have $200 in your back pocket.

  39. Rockdoctor says:

    Brought a smile to my face for a start to the day. Enjoy the childrens glee before heading to work…

    Via Michael Smith, click on the Twitter link.

    https://www.michaelsmithnews.com/2021/03/what-a-lovely-bloke.html

  40. Rockdoctor says:

    Whoops wrong fred…

  41. Rob says:

    Its certainly gone a long way to proving my long-held belief that no-one, ever, should vote for a female candidate. There are none that are worth the risk. Women do not seek solutions when in Office, just attention and control.

    Look at Queensland this morning. Never better illustrated.

    This sums up a lot of male / female dynamics.

  42. Maj says:

    MGTOW , or confirmed bachelors.

    My pop calls Alan Jones a confirmed bachelor..

  43. Bruce says:

    Got a graphic. How to attach to a comment?

  44. Dot says:

    Remember what happened to Kenan Basic.

    He helped a stranger as a Good Samaritan and was falsely imprisoned as a wapist.

    It destroyed his marriage (thus ruining him financially). He didn’t even make a pass at the stupid bitch he helped.

    All we need to is stop rewarding or in fact punish women for bad behaviour.

    What will happen to his accuser?

    A slap on the wrist, if that.

  45. Bad Samaritan says:

    Dot (9.13am) Never heard of this bloke. Could be because it’s a Sydney thing. However, it always galls me on this blog, how many Cats love to play the victim. Guys like you.

    I googled the case and got the following……

    “A young woman sentenced today to nine months in jail for accusing a man of indecent assault has been granted conditional bail.

    Caitlyn Gray, 20, was sentenced to a non-parole period of five months earlier today after she pleaded guilty to claiming Sydney dad Kenan Basic stalked and indecently assaulted her after he helped her with her damaged car.

    In sentencing earlier today, Magistrate Glenn Walsh ordered Gray to serve nine months in jail and lashed the 20-year-old for “wanting vengeance”.”

    You do love playing the “set-upon member of a victimized class” just as much as every other standard leftist, eh what?

  46. Dot says:

    Five months whereas the maximum sentence for “aggravated” perjury is 14 years.

    You don’t get it, do you, you stupid fucker?

  47. areff says:

    Henry Parkes collected porno daguerreotypes?

    He’d have been more likely to collect woodcuts of Catholic executions in Tudor times.

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