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surveys say australians don’t like muslims — here’s a clue why http://morningmail.org/surveys-say-australians-dont-like-muslim-heres-clue/
[read more & comments] http://morningmail.org/surveys-say-australians-dont-like-muslim-heres-clue/#more-53462
merry christmas and a happy new year from your bastard government http://morningmail.org/merry-christmas-happy-new-year-bastard-government/
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the potential financial train wreck they didn’t see coming http://morningmail.org/potential-financial-train-wreck-didnt-see-coming/
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promises, promises. can trump keep them? http://morningmail.org/promises-promises-can-trump-keep/
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≡ menu home breaking. contributors contact mm about legal. subscribe bbb surveys say australians don’t like muslims — here’s a clue why on 08/12/2016 surveys say australians don’t like muslims — here’s a clue when will all judges take ownership of their courts and stop this nonsense? bravo for nsw district judge audrey balla who refused to accept the disrespect and nonsense from a muslim woman in contempt of the court over the refusal to remove her full-faced covering. she refused to take off her veil to give evidence and now the second “wife” of islamic state recruiter hamdi alqudsi has been warned she could face criminal charges for not standing for the judge. moutia elzahed says she “won’t stand for anyone except allah”, but district judge audrey balla told her yesterday that it was an offence under new “disrespectful behaviour” laws introduced in response to other radical muslims thumbing their noses at nsw courts. [read more & comments] merry christmas and a happy new year from your bastard government on 08/12/2016 merry christmas and a happy new year from your bastard government dear aged pensioner, thank you for your 58 years of toil, service and taxpaying to our nation. in the spirit of sharing as we approach the birth of christ and given your superb record of giving we know you will agree that our nation has a very large number of bludgers and refugees who find working to be offensive and injurious to both their physical and mental health. therefore our plan is to take most of your aged pension and give to the more needy. perhaps you could respond to our online survey and tell us how you will spend the $62.98 per week we will now give you to spend at your leisure in any way you wish. the $580 per month cut from your pension is appreciated. and don’t forget to vote liberal  next election. thank you for your understanding. [read more & comments] the potential financial train wreck they didn’t see coming on 08/12/2016 the potential financial train wreck they didn’t see coming this sucks all the oxygen from the room! the nation’s worst economic performance since the global financial crisis threatens to upset the government’s budget planning and force a reluctant reserve bank to reconsider the case for further interest rate cuts. the 0.5 per cent fall in gdp in the september quarter was much worse than either treasury or the reserve bank was predicting and reflects both continuing falls in business investment and poor consumer spending. the two people most responsible for australia’s wellbeing, prime minister malcolm turnbull and treasurer scott morrison stood before the evening news cameras, subdued, without their usual animation and blather, admitting to shock about the backward financial slide toward recession. the pm, a man who amassed a personal fortune, a commercial banker didn’t sniff the possibility of this? treasurer morrison, the glib motor mouth of figures confidently spruiked to confuse the best of economists, also didn’t see approaching trouble just hours before news broke? how could this be? bill shorten can’t believe is luck—it beggars belief! [read more & comments] observation: malcolm turnbull should try another vocation—like retirement on 08/12/2016 observation: malcolm turnbull should try another vocation—like retirement senior us republicans have set the obama administration a deadline of december 13 to make public information about its refugee resettlement deal with the turnbull government, in the latest threat to the plan before donald trump’s inauguration as president. waffle once worked when slathered on the politically naïve. the majority of today’s voters have learned lessons that politicians have yet to learn. they don’t believe or trust them. trust wreckers like gillard, rudd, that fibbing dope wayne swan, treasurer of the year, and now malcolm turnbull. the successful money maker for himself, at least. for the nation—a successful dud! the us refugee deal may be soon added to the waffler’s list of non events. [read more & comments] culleton: if people only knew before they voted on 08/12/2016 culleton: if people only knew before they voted culleton’s respect for high court judges: “i think it’s been over the judges’ heads a bit”. what does that tell you? it’s not a crime to be an idiot! the legal argument in today’s high court case may have been dry, but there were plenty of lively theatrics in and around the court, beginning with senator rod culleton’s early arrival and mobbing by the tv cameras. there was more inside when a man in the public gallery interrupted proceedings calling out “this is a star chamber, it’s a kangaroo court”. incoming chief justice susan kiefel adjourned the court after failing to dissuade the man who had to be removed by court officers. [read more & comments] promises, promises. can trump keep them? on 08/12/2016 promises, promises, can trump keep them? throughout the campaign, trump spelled out what his priorities would be in his first 100 days in office; it is one of the things that got him elected. now the hundred days approach. millions who voted are waiting to see if his promises will be kept. “removing more than two million criminal, illegal immigrants.” a slight problem here – estimates are that there are less than one tenth of this number, that is, illegal immigrants with criminal records – though the fact that there is even one illegal with a criminal record is down to obama and his encouragement of sanctuary cities. if however illegals are re-classified as criminals then the problem is overcome. that aside, of course it can be done, it is only a matter of will. [read more & comments] 18c – two more days. on 08/12/2016 two more days. if you are interested there are only two more days to make a submission on 18c. mm has not made a submission as it believes that the whole racial discrimination act is unnecessary, ridiculous and a mix of 19th century biological nonsense shoehorned into utopian philosophy. more of that in a later article. however, we did sign bernard gaynor’s petition and you can too by going here. so far gaynor’s petition has more than 5,000 australian signatures and if your own name is not recorded anywhere except on the school lavatory wall here is your chance for permanent proof of having been here in 2016. the submission is probably the most well-supported submission to the inquiry into freedom of speech in australia. many australians, for good reason, view bodies like the australian human rights commission as nothing more than a left-wing political police force. mm for its part regards the hrc as a basket of partisan, faddy, propaganda artists masquerading as lefty policy advocates, but that’s just thinking aloud. comments rod culleton: pauline hanson’s dilemma on 07/12/2016 rod culleton: pauline hanson’s dilemma today the high court of australia may determine if senator culleton can remain in parliament. if not, a recount in wa may occur. such a count one nation will win and thus will enter the senate will be culleton’s brother-in-law who might be as much a problem or more than culleton. whatever the out come ms hanson must expel him from the party asap. embattled one nation senator rod culleton has given the strongest indication yet he will quit pauline hanson’s one nation party if he survives a high court challenge to his eligibility to serve in parliament. he said the party was not performing; had left farmers “bitterly disappointed”; had a toxic culture, and that he was evaluating his future, regardless of the high court decision. [read more & comments] bank ethics: pillars of social virtue—not on 07/12/2016 bank ethics: pillars of social virtue—not it has come to the attention of our banking industry that most people that use banks avoid personal intercourse. they use online banking and atm’s for cash withdrawals, never meeting the subjugated employees behind those bulletproof, kevlar cages. but bank administrators have set snares for those who dare enter the portals of their financial institutions and it is a sad experience for both teller and customer. banks have diversified their enterprise. they have always offered easy money at high interest, but now their interest has turned to flogging insurance policies for all occasions. tellers count your withdrawal, a money transaction for which you have stood in queue for 15 minutes, you just want to get out. the clumsy segue—”how can we help you insurance, life, auto, house, loss of employment, health, dental pet insurance, travel and more.” you don’t with to be rude. “no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no thank you.”  [read more & comments] previous posts


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