More than a thousand years building the rule of law

But what have we done for you lately?

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70 Responses to More than a thousand years building the rule of law

  1. miltonf says:

    Who do these meja little tin gods think they are?

  2. miltonf says:

    I object to being lectured by politicians but at least some people voted for them.

  3. Buccaneer says:

    Says the woman whose fame is underpinned by her time as editor of New Idea.

  4. Clam Chowdah says:

    *Stamps foot and makes a face*

  5. MatrixTransform says:

    I’d love to hear what some men are doing to sort the boys’ club/assault/exclusion culture they set up in the first place

    positive reinforcement:
    every time a lad thinks for himself I give them a reward

    unlike whining old moles who demand, threaten, shame and sob

  6. Rex Anger says:

    And all this false sanctimony from an individual who has fought her way to the top rung. And would cheerfully in her turn grease the ladder and kick in the faces of all those climbing up after her, if it meant keeping her place, power and salary a little while longer.

    If I didn’t know who Lisa Wilkinson was, I’d call the poster Bob…

  7. Dot says:

    Yes, what about Kenan Basic?

  8. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    the boys’ club/assault/exclusion culture

    This brutish and systemic use of diagonal lines is spreading division in society.

  9. min says:

    Lisa Do you think boys grow up with no input from parents so what have their mothers and fathers taught and modelled ? Then again genetics play a part as well So who or what is to blame nurture or nature ?
    I noted that empathy training was tried out on some politicians Stali Stegall included . What sort off empathy do the left have who condoned the disgusting behaviour and posters against Tony Abbott ? IMO getting others to do your dirty work is sociopathic behaviour no empathy. Also I Nicole Flint had condoned bad behaviour against her also .

  10. Bruce says:

    Who’s “they”, white woman?

  11. Farmer Gez says:

    exclusion culture

    Men are hardly the experts in this field.

  12. JC says:

    Wilkinson is a retard.

  13. the sting says:

    Just because Lisa W says it , doesn’t make it true .

  14. Fair Shake says:

    Why do we feed this blog on Twefluent (Twitter Effluent)?

  15. Fang says:

    She needs a month working in a mine or Farm! And not in the kitchen!

  16. Up The Workers! says:

    For once I agree with Lisa Wilkinson of the A.L.P.

    Hey Albo, have you sacked the bloke whose shoes you are wearing, from your Party yet, or are you proud that your Party made him its Federal Parliamentary Leader and Prospective Prime Minister with those vile first-hand accusations of serious non-consensual criminal sexual behaviour towards a minor, still hanging over his head totally untested by any Court trial?

    Does your Party perhaps regard this sordid business as just being “another Heiner Affair” and hope it will disappear under the carpet with all the other Party-associated crimes?

    How about if his alleged victim said she could produce the Ouija-Board testimony of a dead guy and also of some anonymous person not even in Court, would that convince you, like it did the dills running the corrupt Labor Party stitch-up of Cardinal Pell?

  17. Tintarella di Luna says:

    Says the woman whose fame is underpinned by her time as editor of New Idea.

    Oh did she edit that gossip mag I thought she only edited Dolly magazine she’s one extraordinary talent is that Lisa “Lottaworkdone” Wilkinson

  18. Tintarella di Luna says:

    Wilkinson is a retard.

    It’s the after-effect of too much botox – addles the brain.

  19. Albatross says:

    Funny how “change” seems to always mean more special privileges for women.

  20. Tim Neilson says:

    Seems to be some criticism that women aren’t sorting change fast enough DESPITE Brittany Higgins/Grace Tame/thousands of others working towards it.

    Does anyone know what she’s referring to here?

    Or is it just some total falsehood made up to give her a stage to grandstand on?

  21. Dot says:

    Comments on Kenan Basic please Kim, you insane bitch.

  22. Entropy says:

    I am struggling to work out what privilege Wilkinson has missed out on.
    In fact I bet she would be quite busy seeing off any threats to her position from any sisterhood member silly enough to poke her head up in Wilkinson’s sights.

    It’s all positioning and power plays. Always

  23. Sunbird says:

    It’s just class warfare rhetoric modified for gender warfare.
    Collective victimhood for women.
    Collective guilt for men.
    I’ll never fall for it but others will.

  24. Aynsley Kellow says:

    The only question I’m interested in Wilkinson answering is whether her husband sleeps in that ridiculous red bandana.

  25. Des Deskperson says:

    ‘women aren’t sorting change fast enough’

    And WTF is she trying to say here? ‘Sorting change’ is what cashiers and bank tellers do. Are female cashiers and tellers being criticised because they can’t do this fast enough?

    More importantly, how did someone who writes in this a clumsy, sub-literate style get to be editor of Cleo??

  26. Splatacrobat says:

    Try going to Fernwoods to work out if you’re a male?

  27. Derp says:

    Says the woman whose fame is underpinned by her time as editor of New Idea.

    Not to mention white-anting the body image of countless teen girls while running Dolly magazine

  28. Mark M says:

    Lisa watches Insiders?

    Lisa needs to get her head outta that one sided collapsing scrum if she’d love to hear something different.

    Pro-Tip: Try Outsiders.

  29. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    Does this tart from Campbelltown not understand that her hero-ettes Britney-Bonce and harridan Graceless are as deceitful and as untrustworthy as she has been and would hijack her overpaid job in an instant?

    Mrs Peter Fitzsimons is old now, she looks it and that will not have passed unnoticed by the marketing managers.

  30. Rex Anger says:

    @ Mick-

    Ever seen a seagull aggressively defend an empty chip box from all comers?

    I have. And Mizzzzz. Wilkinson couldn’t squawk her way into that analogy any harder than she already has…

  31. Mick Gold Coast QLD says:

    Rex Anger says at 5:07 pm:


    😁😁😁

  32. calli says:

    boys’ club/assault/exclusion culture

    Meanwhile, women can do no wrong.

    Anyone who’s been on the receiving end of the girls’ club/insult/exclusion culture will know. Clearly this one hasn’t as she’s the quintessential Queen Bee.

  33. Yarpos says:

    Imagine the self important drivel that gets spouted around the WilkFitz dinner table. The layers of BS and virtue must get thick at timrs.

  34. Tim Neilson says:

    Wilkinson: I’d love to hear what some men are doing to sort the boys’ club/assault/exclusion culture they set up in the first place.

    CL’s headline response: More than a thousand years building the rule of law

    Kim’s latest anal extrusion onto a Cat thread: The headline is gold. Rule of law only for blokes? Truly beautiful.

    Poor old logic fail Kim – what a spectacular self-beclownment.

    Look up “reading comprehension skills” on the internet and take some on-line courses.

  35. A reader says:

    Kim has to be 1amp himself

  36. duncanm says:

    “What have men ever done for us?”

    .. but apart from the sanitation, the medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh-water system, and public health, what have men ever done for us?

  37. Pedro the Loafer says:

    “Sorting change”? What is that supposed to mean?

    Separating the 5, 10, and 20 cent coins in the piggy bank?

    These media Karens seem to speak a different language to everyone else.

  38. duncanm says:

    Oh btw..

    I’d love to hear what some men are doing to sort the boys’ club/assault/exclusion culture they set up in the first place

    Fuck off Lisa. I, and the overwhelming majority of men, am a member of no such club.

  39. Linds says:

    I am purchasing a Red Bandana in the morning and will endeavor to accept that Brittany has no Bovine attributes.

  40. Perplexed of Brisbane says:

    Ms Wilkinson, I’d love to hear what some women are doing to change the whiny bitch / high maintenance / make poor decisions and then try and blame someone else when they wake up next to one of them culture.

    I’m the father of daughters and sons. I have an interest in knowing my daughters will be treated well by men and that my sons will not be on the receiving end of false sexual assault accusations.

    My wife and I made great efforts to teach them responsibility for their actions and not to make poor choices.

    There is, of course a simple but unpopular remedy for this plague.

    Make sure the first and only person you sleep with is your spouse from your wedding night onwards.

    Don’t put yourself in compromising / dangerous positions beforehand.

    Wild, crazy ideas I know but could be worth a shot.

    Plus you don’t have to give your kids the Gardasil (or promiscuity) vaccine.

  41. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    These media Karens seem to speak a different language to everyone else.

    Well said, Pedro.

  42. JC says:

    Thoughtful and courageous comment, Rones.

  43. Nob says:

    What men and boys are doing is walking away from the whole toxic hot potato and letting women and girls have the discussions among themselves.

    Bound to end well.

  44. Kneel says:

    Ah yes – equality.

    Equality is like respect – it is very hollow when given to you, and much more deeply ingrained when earned.

    Show either, you’ll tend to get it back.
    Demand either while failing to provide it in return, you won’t get it back.

    Perhaps the answers you are looking for are related to that truism. Or perhaps it’s something else, or a combination, who knows? But I think it’s worthwhile to consider the implications of it.

    Good luck!

  45. Roger says:

    The Prog-Left.

    Dividing Australian society since c.1968.

  46. Squirrel says:

    The ABC should make a takeover bid for The Project – or vice versa.

  47. Megan says:

    I’m embarrassed on her behalf. Talk about dumb blondes and up she pops to make other dumb blondes look brilliant.

  48. Albatross says:

    JC says:
    April 4, 2021 at 5:20 pm
    Thoughtful and courageous comment, Rones.

    Was stunning and brave if you ask me.

  49. Perfidious Albino says:

    Look, I freely admit it, back in the day I used to think Lisa was a bit of all right, crooked mouth and all. Decent rack probably had something to do with it. But honestly, she and her husband would have to be the most ghastly pair of botoxed socialist b-list grifters ever to foist themselves on Australian society. Genuinely awful people.

  50. Rob MW says:

    Seems to be some criticism that women aren’t sorting change fast enough DESPITE Brittany Higgins/Grace Tame/thousands of others working towards it.

    Uhmmmm………….. Lisa, the political women movement lost its virginity (and dignity) to trannies and identity crisis blokes in shirts. Backhand your inspirational diversity first, otherwise, fuck off.

  51. Rabbi Putin says:

    Democracy dies in the vagina

  52. min says:

    Perplexed of Brisbane unfortunately Gardasil does not protect from STDs . why bother about condoms if you are on the pill. ?
    So once we’ve got our blokes fixed what do we about those from other cultures . Compared to some other cultures our young men are pretty good, you see attitudes to women are gross, belittling and sometimes very violent in some countries . How do you intend to stop these men as migrants coming into Australia ?
    As I asked before what are the parents teaching their children ? There are two leading ex politicians who treat people they worked with extremely badly . Nasty to some nasty to all I say.

  53. Knuckle Dragger says:

    Wilkinson. Here’s some equality for you.

    Shut up you fat skank.

  54. Perplexed of Brisbane says:

    min says:
    April 4, 2021 at 8:31 pm
    Perplexed of Brisbane unfortunately Gardasil does not protect from STDs

    Thanks Min. It was promoted as protecting you from genital warts which generally, you have more chance of getting if you sleep around. That’s what I was getting at. If you and your partner haven’t slept around, your chances of getting them are probably close to nil. To me it is just another ‘protection’ against people making poor choices and not taking responsibility for them.

  55. PeterW says:

    A feminist is a women living in a society made safe, comfortable and prosperous by the blood, sweat and inspiration of men… and whining about “male privilege”

    The great religious teachers and philosophers who gave us the doctrine of equality and human rights … were all men.
    The statesmen who led the political drive for those principles….. men.
    The soldiers who fought, bled and died to preserve a culture that values human rights and individual liberties…. 97% men.

    It seems that in order to maintain the women-as-victims narrative, feminists claiming that “women can do anything”, are simultaneously claiming that the two things that women cannot do, are to cope with normal male competitiveness, and to convince their fathers, brothers, husbands and sons, that they are worth respecting.

  56. Derp says:

    back in the day I used to think Lisa was a bit of all right, crooked mouth and all

    No. Not even once.
    No kerb appeal whatsoever.

  57. min says:

    Perplexed of Brisbane , my G’ daughter is a doctor working at the moment in the STD clinic in large hospital and she is dismayed at the number of young girls she is treating and as all of that age group have had Gardisil that will not be the one she is seeng . I have been saying that we have to teach our children take personal responsibility and make good choices. Unfortunately many young girls have been fed the nonsense that they can do anything , and be safe ignoring the fact ,that any member of the police will tell you, that there is lowlife out there ,Narcissists and sociopaths . When one has drunk too much bad choices are often made .

  58. egg_ says:

    Says the woman whose fame is underpinned by her time as editor of New Idea.

    Hey – why don’t we give a fashion designer a State funeral – speaking of matters of importance.

  59. egg_ says:

    the boys’ club/assault/exclusion culture

    Fitzy’s overbearing appearance on panels full of journo geeks?

    How bwave!

  60. egg_ says:

    How to guide: How mildly attractive women can scam stupid men on social meeja (YT)

    ABC RN had a similar program over a decade ago.

    Intarwebs for scammers.

  61. Old School Conservative says:

    Trouble in The Project paradise.

    Peter van Onselen, co-wrote a piece in The Weekend Australian with Janet Albrechtsen in which they detailed never-before-published claims from the woman who accused Christian Porter of rape.

    Lisa Wilkinson, was pretty unimpressed with the newspaper article. The ­rumour mill kicked into overdrive when PVO didn’t fulfil his regular Friday and Sunday slots on The Project for the next two weeks.

    Had PVO been benched? Had Wilkinson — who has been one of the most prominent media supporters of alleged rape victim Brittany Higgins — refused to go on-air with PVO?

    Or did PVO choose to temporarily stand down to avoid a confrontation? The truth, in this case, is almost stranger than fiction: PVO simply took some time off from The Project to work on his big expose on lewd acts performed on a desk in Parliament House.

    Word from inside The Project is that whatever angst there may have been between PVO and Wilkinson was sorted out in a civil, professional manner. How enlightened.
    (The Oz)

  62. Perplexed of Brisbane says:

    Exactly correct Min.

    There are so many lovely things you can avoid with a bit of self-control (respect). There are no vaccines for STD’s and they seem to be getting resistant to the antibiotics that used to cure them.

    I remember years ago, Laurie Cavanaugh, an old school Courier Mail journalist wrote an article comparing AIDS and Breast Cancer. He made the point (and got attacked for it) that if Breast Cancer could be prevented by not doing a particular thing, how quickly it would disappear. Yet with AIDS, nothing was done to tell people not to do the things that transmit it. Plus that disease got way more funding than Breast Cancer research.

    Again, a point we’ve both made, personal responsibility and making good choices will prevent a lot of things, from STD’s to rape and false allegations of rape.

  63. Cynic of A says:

    Wilkinson doesn’t give a rat’s arse about other wimmen. She’s just mouthing off for herself.
    Any advertising is good advertising, and she’s constantly at it.

  64. Blair says:

    “More importantly, how did someone who writes in this a clumsy, sub-literate style get to be editor of Cleo??”
    Her tutor, Bandana brain, put in a good, word for, her.

  65. Albatross says:

    She could start by sorting me out a sandwich.

  66. Rayvic says:

    Women who drink to excess and get assaulted are acting negligently. When will they ever learn?

  67. Mango Man says:

    Rayvic: you can’t be serious. Do you expect to be raped when pissed?

  68. Derp says:

    Women who drink to excess and get assaulted are acting negligently. When will they ever learn?

    Perhaps you will expand on those statements?
    Because as written, they connote some abhorrent conclusions.

  69. Albatross says:

    Seems clear to me. If I go out and get shitfaced, my chances of getting a broken jaw are radically increased.

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