By Guy Rundle
There is a necessity every now and then, to take inventory of the place we've got been and the place we're now, and beauty where all of it went wrong ...
From Rinehart to Bob Brown, Abbott to the Rainbow Serpent ... our once-great land has had its fair proportion of nitwits. Come on a trawl via all of them, with man Rundle (and Dexter Rightwad), at the bin evening Australia needed to have.
Guy Rundle is a author, editor, manufacturer and journalist, inter alia. A widespread contributor to the Age, Sydney Morning bring in and all media – other than the 70 in line with cent owned by means of the Murdochs, at time of writing – he was once a co-editor of enviornment journal for a few years. at the level he wrote 4 indicates for optimum Gillies: membership Republic, Your Dreaming...
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Mandatory detention had been introduced in the Hawke-Keating era, and aimed largely at boatloads of Cambodian refugees hitting our shores in the early 1990s. To be fair, Labor had never intended the policy as one of deterrence and social terror, and moved people through with greater speed than would subsequently be the case. It was in the Howard era, with the arrival of Afghan refugees from the Taliban, that the policy acquired a whole series of new meanings. By 2001, Australia had been subject to nearly fifteen years of continuous neo-liberal reconstruction.
The hands go worrying against each other, like said insect fussing its way through a particularly stressful meeting of the Third Leaf Down on the Twelfth Maidenhair fern behind the big tree co-op, assembled with the caterpillars and grubs, trying to thrash out a chewing roster, before they are all scooped up, in one instant, by a big bird. The demeanour – it would be possible to believe that his hobby, as listed in Who’s Who is ‘gangling’ – always concerned, always attentive, always a little worried, is matched only by the voice.
Also films like say where someone’s made a machine to take all of someone’s skin off but still keep them alive and then there’s a sequel. I really like those films. If I built a sex dungeon in my house, groundwater wouldn’t be a problem, let me tell you. Enjoy! Title Page Copyright Page Envoi Foreword by Paul Kelly Introduction A B ‘Banjo’ Patterson Andrew Bolt Bob Brown Captain James Cook (and other explorers) Julia Gillard Walter Burley Griffin (and Canberran associates) Henry Bourne Higgins John Howard Billy Hughes Toby Tosspot to Fortnight Forde: Australian prime ministers, a stuff-up selection Barry Humphries Improvers Jeff Kennett KenDone (TM) Labor’s Leaders Lost James McAuley Peter Dodds McCormick Padraic Pearse McGuinness Lachlan Macquarie Ern Malley Manning Clark David Marr Les Murray National Fathers Our Cate Blanchett Right-wing Pundits Gina Rinehart Rockchoppers Philip Ruddock Peter Singer Sportards Gerald Stone The Schlep by Chr*st*s Ts*olk*s Tycoons Villains (miscellaneous) Russel Ward Gough Whitlam David Williamson Keith Windshuttle Woollarawarre Bennelong Nicholas Cave Tony Abbott Salon des Refuses ‘I HAVE BECOME A VICTIM of poppy-lopping syndrome,’ the late Robert Hughes remarked after he had nearly decapitated another driver with his car, while returning from a fishing jaunt, Picassoed as a newt.
50 People Who Stuffed Up Australia by Guy Rundle