Wednesday, October 28, 2015

In which the pond joins Dame Slap in demanding free speech, because we can never have enough essence of vitriole Devine ...

(Above: and the full First Dog cartoon here).

Of course the pond was deeply moved by Dame Slap's deep yearning for the championing of free speech ...

The pond isn't made of stone, the pond has a heart, if you prick the pond, the pond will bleed ... and if you offer a passionate Dame Slap column, the pond will read, because we can't ever have enough hate or race-based speech, and where some might see only a few bigots, the pond yearns to see an Australia full of bigotry ...

How right of Dame Slap to mock the lovey-dovey honeymoon, even if sob, that must include the dewy eyed mooning of Paul Kelly. How right it is to call for more bigotry, not less, because let's face it, right now we need much more abuse and hate and only then can we shut down the hate preachers in the world of Murdoch inciting hate against all and sundry ...

Oops, the pond might have got that wrong. Let us read on...

Indeed, indeed, splendid stuff, and so we may yet see - thanks be unto Malcolm - the rivers of hate run wild and free.

Let us take as a sad and dismal study, the latest thoughts of the Devine, shockingly and shamefully stifled, as she valiantly struggles to say what she means, but is brutally repressed by the vicious love media ... love of course needing to be understood as hate, like the twin words on Robert Mitchum's fingers ...

Indeed, at one time, the Devine would have been able to run wild and free, hanging greenies from nearby lamp posts, but look how constrained and muted she is in her scribbling:

Of course it's not a storm in a tea cup. This is treason! Pure and simple. Treason!

Hah, see a rugger bugger joke. What would Islamics know of rugger buggery?

Where does it stop, all this treacherous traitorous treason?

Yes, soon enough they'll be stoning women in the street for adultery, as opposed to shaming them in Murdochian publications.

Let us now bleed for the Christians ...
Yep, thanks be unto Dame Slap, because that's what this nation needs. 

More hysterical fear and loathing, more demonising of Islamics, more wonderful celebrations of Christian values - take that you vile gays and feminazis - and a general increase in rabid bigotry of the fundamentalist kind ...

Oh and sorry Islamics, sad to say you've just been Devined ...

And so to the rest of that First Dog cartoon, because we can never have enough of heroic Murdochians showing us the way to the light, and to more abuse of whomever might happen to fall into their path ...


  1. I don't know about speech being "free", DP. In some cases it's worth every cent of $40K a pop. In fact, I'd pay to see Abbott engulfed in a big, slobbery man-hug from Nige Farage. There's that shirt-eating grin after the admonition.

  2. "Something sinister will likely rush" - like singing God Save the Queen, perhaps?

    1. It reminded the pond of its days sitting in darkened theatres while others stood and that silly tune ground out while the Queen strutted around on a horse ...

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    1. :)³, and so their very own fundamentalist Taliban infiltrated the United States at the highest levels

  4. Jackie Cogan (Brad Pitt) in Killing Them Softly said: "America's not a country. It's just a business."

    However, FFS!, Devine quotes Bomber Beasley: "As Kim Beasley, our ambassador to the United States, points out, Australia has a much worse problem of young jihadis running off to join terrorist armies than America does. He suggests that Australia's brand of multiculturalism fosters the development of multiple identities which counter a strong national identity. And he has described the values in our education system as "good but amorphous". Conversely, in America, "you are an American first ... you don't have other ideas," he said in a recent interview... "one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

    Barack Obama (on TV): reclaim the American dream and reaffirm that fundamental truth, that, out of many, we are one...

    Driver: You hear that line? Line's for you.

    Jackie Cogan: Don't make me laugh. One people. It's a myth created by Thomas Jefferson.

    Driver: Oh, so now you're going to have a go at Jefferson, huh?

    Jackie Cogan: My friend, Thomas Jefferson is an American saint because he wrote the words 'All men are created equal', words he clearly didn't believe since he allowed his own children to live in slavery. He's a rich white snob who's sick of paying taxes to the Brits. So, yeah, he writes some lovely words and aroused the rabble and they went and died for those words while he sat back and drank his wine and fucked his slave girl. This guy wants to tell me we're living in a community? Don't make me laugh. I'm living in America, and in America you're on your own. America's not a country. It's just a business. Now fuckin' pay me.

    ( ...Yep. It was on SBS last Friday.)


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