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Corruption galore 12

May 9, 2022 - 08:43 -- Admin

Now that the date of the election has been called, and the Liberal Party has to actually pay for the election stunts and advertising of Morrison and his nearly invisible front bench1, the uncovering of rorts and corruption seems to have slowed.

Where do they get them?

May 6, 2022 - 09:02 -- Admin

When I heard about this candidate, without her name initially being mentioned, I made the assumption that it was the same person I had written about before1. But it wasn’t that nutter, it was another nutter! She is Nicole Tobin, fortunately on the unwinnable number 6 spot on the LNP senate ticket in Queensland, and is a conspiracy theorist. She is also a teacher (!) from Cairns2, which is disturbing in itself.

No glory

April 29, 2022 - 14:11 -- Admin

There are many videos online showing Russian tanks, armoured personnel carriers, and assorted other vehicles being hit and destroyed by anti-tank weaponry, much of which is supplied to Ukraine by the UK and the US and sundry other NATO countries. Heavily armoured vehicles such as tanks are designed to be able to withstand the impact of armour-piercing rounds from other tanks. Top do this, Russian tanks have what is called explosive reactive armour (ERA).

Holiday in Glasgow

April 28, 2022 - 09:09 -- Admin

After being shamed into attending the Glasgow COP26 climate conference late last year, rather than sending a minion, Morrison realised he had to have something to take to the conference, even if it was only a fig leaf. So his ‘idea’ was to have a net zero emissions target for 2050, rather than his never-never plan of ‘preferably by 2050’. As a consequence, he had to get the National Party to agree to something.

The Kooyong spiv

April 25, 2022 - 11:52 -- Admin

Kooyong is an electorate of 59 square kilometres in inner Melbourne and is east of a bend in the Yarra River. It extends from the suburb of Glen Iris in the south, across to the east bank of the Yarra at Hawthorn, north to Kew, Balwyn North and Mont Albert North, then South to Mont Albert, Surrey Hills and Camberwell1. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg won the seat at the 2019 federal election against Julian Burnside (Greens) with a margin of 55.7% to 44.3% (two party preferred)2.