Archive for February, 2013

Fucking for Julia

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Modern Feminist & Prime Minister, Julia Gillard

I blogged previously about how single parents in Australia have started to turn to prostitution to put a roof over the heads and food in the bellies of them and their children which was titled, Prostitution to Feed the Kids.

Well, I have to say how wonderful it is to have a Federal Government led by a post modern feminist who served as Secretary of a far Left-Wing faction called the Socialist Forum in her University days. About the Socialist Forum;

The Socialist Forum from the very beginning attracted dozens of ex-card carrying members of the Communist Party of Australia to its senior ranks (Julia boasted about this fact in Forum publications) and inherited the CPA Victorian Branch’s bank balance. According to The Making of Julia Gillard, author Jacqueline Kent, “most of the executive members of the Communist Party Victorian branch walked out in 1984 to form the Socialist Forum.” Julia’s pitch to the Forum membership in the mid-1980s was her credentials as ‘a feminist and a socialist’ who was committed to steering the Labor Party towards a more radical policy platform.
Kent’s biography of Gillard includes the Statement of Identity for Gillard’s communist affiliated Forum: “Our commitment to a reshaped socialist objective and strategy arises from our firm belief in the need for a radically different society. We seek a socialist society which includes the realisation of feminist and environmental objectives and which is non-racist… The Socialist Forum supports the election of Labor Governments and making them more responsive to their constituency.” The Forum was basically a Communist Party splinter group.

http://www.fli.org.au/wp-content/uploads/Julia.pdf

One thing can be said for sure about Australia under Julia Gillard as Prime Minister. The nation has changed where hundreds of women but most likely thousands of women in Australia now have to fuck to live. Yes, they are being compelled to have sex to pay for day to day living expenses under the guise of good economic governance.

As I said in the prostitution blog, anybody who works as a prostitute because they wish to work in it because they enjoy the job has my full support but to have a Government held by the Australian Labor Party, a branch of the Australian Council of Labor Unions(ACLU) that claim to be for protecting those at risk of being abused, as being the abusers is horrific. It’s equal to a Priest/Pastor/Minister/etc telling us to live a life free of sin such as homosexuality, only to see them living the life they tell us is sinful.

It’s not just single parents where mothers are concerned, it’s students as well. Surely the economic policies that see people compelled into having sex to pay for living standards is really just a Government endorsed form of ‘Sex Slavery’?

Article by the Canberra Times;

HUNDREDS of cash-strapped ACT university students are turning to prostitution to pay rent and living expenses, with 200 signing up to a website that matches millionaires with young women.

A young lady mentioned in the article does not see what she’s doing as prostitution but I have news for her. If you’re trading something for sex be it money or anything materialist in return, it is prostitution.
As for most of the people who are involved, it is a sad day where a developed nation with a strong economic standing the world like Australia is strangling the people of money leaving them to fuck to live.
So yes, the red head with a deep left wing Socialist membership, has given Australia what apparently is post modern feminism by a Government where just about every senior woman in her Ministry is without child, a nation of fucking to live. So Jules, you’re a woman. Bend the fuck over slut. I’m coming in!
*No person who trashes the Office of Prime Minister and the nation around them deserves the respect which comes with this Office of high importance.

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I have my own thoughts on this subject which I will formulate and express later.

Rafferty's Rules

I have just had the (dis)pleasure of watching a DVD called Ditto’s ‘Keep Safe’ Adventure Show. This is a show developed by Hetty Johnston’s Bravehearts Organisation. It is pitched at 3-5 year olds and comes with a ‘Keep Safe’ colouring book. Meant to combat child abuse, this show is the program of choice in many Australian schools. In most cases, parents are not consulted, or even made aware that the program is being used.

Quite apart from any issues I have about anything being taught to my children without my knowledge or consent, or with Hetty Johnston and her views, I have several concerns about this specific program.

Let’s start where the show does – with yes and no feelings. The signs and symptoms used by the ‘safety fairy’ to describe no feelings (which she equates to feeling unsafe) are: butterflies in the tummy, a fast-beating heart, needing to use…

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Toddler Drives Car – Cops Spit The Donut

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Baby Driver on the Rampage

In the State of Victoria here in supposedly laid back Australia, the Police are on the hunt for a man or maybe even a couple who put a toddler behind the wheel of a car while driving through suburbia.

The video and article can be found HERE 

After watching the video, you will, if you think anything like me, quickly come to the realisation that the car is traveling at a safe pace along a quiet suburban road, not along a busy highway or such. And, the man’s hands are actually attached to the steering wheel. The man is controlling the car, not the child.

Call me old fashioned if you must but isn’t this how we once raised our children before we became scared of our fragile little mites tripping over a blade of grass and fracturing at least half of their skeletal system?

I have a cousin who had the luxury of growing up on a large country property. By the time he was ten or twelve years old, he was able to drive everything up to a semi-trailer. Yep, all 36 wheels worth. He could even drive and work on tractors and motorbikes and knew how to safely handle a rifle and shoot pigs. He’s still alive and last I heard, now owns his own transport business.

Had I in my possession, rented or owned, a property where the kids could drive around the property in what we Australians once referred to as a ‘paddy basher’, I would. A car small enough for a ten year old to reach to reach the pedals and a seat belt that works. What a way to learn how to drive. The fun way!

But we’re in the big city surrounded by a never ending sea of concrete. So we can’t. Such is life.

I hope the Police don’t get hold of these people as I can see the Child Welfare mob weighing into it. While the Police are restrained by evidence, the Child Welfare set are restrained only by the limits of their own imagination.

Do you agree with the Police and that they endangered the child or are you like me and crave to rip away the endless sea of bubble wrapping from our society?

 

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Using a cell/mobile phone on a train…the hazards of

Using a cell on a train…

After a tiring day, a commuter settled down in her seat and closed her eyes.

As the train rolled out of the station, the guy sitting next to her pulled out his cell phone and started talking in a loud voice:

“Hi sweetheart. It’s Eric. I’m on the train”. “Yes, I know it’s the six thirty and not four thirty, but I had a long meeting”.

“No, honey, not with that blonde from the accounts office. It was with the boss”.

“No sweetheart, you’re the only one in my life”.

“Yes, I’m sure, cross my heart”

Fifteen minutes later, he was still talking loudly.

When the young woman sitting next to him had had enough, she leaned over and said into the phone………

“Eric, hang up the phone and come back to bed.”

Eric doesn’t use his cell phone in public any longer.

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My Response from the Sydney Morning Herald

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Sydney Morning Herald

On the second of February, 2013, I sent an email to the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald(SMH) about their article, “Bourke tops list: more dangerous than any country in the world”, which I viewed as written the context to further pursue the negative image of Aboriginals as drunks, criminals and violent people. I asked for the photos to be removed as they did not fit in with the context of the article. My blog on this matter can be found HERE.

The response I received from the SMH is as follows, dated 4 Feb, unedited;

Dear Earth,

Recently you contacted ReaderLink. The following outlines The Herald’s response:

Thank you for your email. The Sydney Morning Herald is a newspaper  that aims to bring readers current and reliable news from Australia and throughout the world around the clock. The story ‘Bourke tops list: more dangerous than any country in the world’ was part of a three-part series,  one story on Friday was on child sexual abuse in Aboriginal communities, one story on crime in Bourke running on p1 on Saturday and 1000 words on problems in the Aboriginal community running in News Review on Saturday. We believe we must agree to  disagree  that we are negatively stereotyping the Aboriginal community by doing this.  As one of the articles said, 80% of juveniles in prison in western NSW are Aboriginal. They are massively over-represented in crime statistics – a problem which the community realises itself. You are correct  that the photos were of Aboriginal kids who were doing nothing wrong. We wrote about this in the news review piece and commented that the fishing and hunting keeps them out of trouble. The photographs should have been uploaded on the story ‘Crying out for a new beginning”
http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/crying-out-for-a-new-beginning-20130201-2dq00.html
We have corrected the inadvertent error.

Your interest in Herald Publications is appreciated and has provided us with valuable feedback.
Please quote 00177670 if you wish to contact ReaderLink again.

Regards,
Ben & Peter

 

So that’s a good start, I believe. I am no crusader and this was the first time I have ever taken it up to the media to fix their mistake, not including the time a small local newspaper deliberately reworded a letter I had written in back in the early 90’s but that is an entirely different matter.

While I am not really happy with the wording of the article which I originally wrote about, I am not taking it any further. It could have been written much better such as mentioning that the article was part of a series of articles, not as a stand alone article of which it appeared as to me.

There are people here in Sydney who wonder why I came down here with words of respect for the Aboriginal peoples. I understand their viewpoint as they only time the media really wants to cover them is when they show crime or negligence of some kind. They are not shown that if a gainfully employed Aboriginal person lives in certain areas, they have half of their wages garnished by the Government and are treated as if they going to spend all of their money on booze, drugs and pornography then bash the living shit out of their family. Even if they are not doing any of this at all, that is how they are treated should they live in certain areas. Let’s be honest here. If were experiencing this, we would be protesting and yelling and screaming and abusing our politicians but when it’s the Australian Aboriginal peoples, we seem pretty keen to let them rot and blame them for their situation one hundred percent.

That’s not to say that I don’t believe in self responsibility. I do. I have seen some Aboriginal people do for themselves and some do well. You don’t see it shown by the media nor spoken of by the politicians and such but we do have successful middle class Aboriginals. Good on em. It is time though we stop putting up the barriers that restricts them. Not just the barriers fenced around them either but several other groups in this country which we love to demonise including single parents and those on the Disability Pension.

 

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Happy Valentine’s Day Jack. Here’s your needle.

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Go back a few days. It’s a Thursday morning on the fourteenth of February. For those romantic types, it’s Valentine’s Day. All lovey dove feelings are carried in the air like particles floating around, affecting those like a stab in the arse from a stick of wood poked in by some little naked fella with a bent twig and a line of twine. You can feel the romance. All that love in the air.

And so our day begins and we take Jack for a drive. He’s a happy lad getting to ride in the car. He loves his drives. Even invites himself into the if you’re not careful. Let’s face it, he just loves the company. For working dog breed from cattle stations, he’s not very suited to the farm for he loves hugs. And so, with much love on this fine romantic day, we head off and take him too…

The Vet!

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We originally found Jack and his brother dumped on a hot tropical summer day in Rockhampton. His brother, Riley or whatever he’s called now moved for a change lifestyle chasing cattle near Dululu. Not knowing what was happening with Jack, we didn’t bother with things like micro chipping. We now know that we have Jack since he can live with us after being apart for three months.

It’s like exploring for a new vet all over again having not needing a vet in this area for a very long time. The Vet I once took my pets too is long retired. The Penrith Veterinary Clinic is like a Medical Clinic where there are a few different vets on the job instead of one Family Doctor. We saw a young lady called, Fiona. Fiona is certainly a natural with animals from watching her with Jack.

Jack was there for his check up and vaccinations including parvo virus(parvo) which is rampant. More so in Queensland at the moment where we brought him down from. He was also checked for heart worm which is also a problem in Queensland due to the tropics being a magnificent breeding ground for mozzies(mosquitoes). All clear, making prevention medicine easy.

Due to Jack having lost a lot of fur which had begun growing back, he got that checked out too. He was tested for mites and got the all clear. He may have an allergic reaction to fleas as where he was staying away from us ended up having a bit of a flea issue. I did drop in flea rinse him a few times while he was living there.

As for Jack’s eyes, the eyes are good. One eye has clouding over it but not covering his pupils which both responded good to the torch in the eye treatment. Everything else is fine. Top stuff.

We left with a dog who had two needles. One to take blood, one to inject his vaccination. Also two tablets. One for fleas, the second for worming including heart worm.

Next Thursday we take him back to be desexed and microchipped. Imagine doing that to him on Valentine’s Day?

Then it was back home to drop Jack off before heading out for lunch at the local Gael’s Club.

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It’s not often the missus and I get to go out alone to something like have a good lunch. Being on the Disability Support Pension(DSP) doesn’t exactly pay a lot of money. After dropping Jack off at home, we headed up to the Gael’s Club which is an Irish Club near Penrith, west of Sydney.

For members, they have a $10 lunch meal which is the plate of food and free drink(beer, house wine or soft drink). The missus ordered the beef roast. I didn’t order from the $10 meal menus but chose a sausage meal which was three crumbed sausages with salad and chips. There was some mustard and a sweet dipping sauce with Guinness as an ingredient. The whole meal was yummy, washed down with a yummy Toohey’s Extra Dry beer. The missus downed a glass of red.

I was interested in the beer glass as it didn’t even look like a beer glass but something I’d use for soft drink on a hot summer’s day. The glass also was marked with the beer brand I was drinking so I’ll have to go back and order a different beer to see what beer glass I get.

It’s a nice little club which was once a squash club back when I was in high school. The building is far more attractive to enter now it’s an Irish Club. 🙂

The first time I went to this club was back in January, 2000 for my brother’s wake which was kindly put on for us by our friends in the Irish community local here. My schools were enrolled with quite a high Irish population. It was kind of them to put that wake on for us.

Were it not for the fact I was driving, I would have bought a second round of beer but alas, I don’t drive with beer in the belly unless it’s just one or two consumed in a safe time frame so it was the coffee and cake special for me as dessert. Yummy chocolate mousse cake for both of us. The missus, the lucky bug, lapped up a yummy pool of Bailey’s. It’s not often we get to do this but it was good to be able to do this.

The prices for meals are well priced. The quality of food and service is fantastic. Five Stars!

Come school holidays, we will have to look at taking the four kids up for lunch. At $10 per meal and six people in the family, that’s not a bad price. We will be back.

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Understanding the Male Psyche

Understanding the Male Psyche

This is a story which is perfectly logical to all males:

A wife asks her husband: “Could you please go shopping for me and buy one carton of milk and if they have avocados, get 6?”

A short time later the husband comes back with 6 cartons of milk.

The wife asks him, “Why did you buy 6 cartons of milk?”

He replied, “They had avocados.”

(If you’re female, I’m sure you’re going back to read it again. Males will get it the first time.)

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