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Warning to all Muslims the world over seeking asylum and protection from the manifestations of their faith.
Do not under any circumstances come to Australia, for we are a Nation founded upon Judeo Christian Law and principles and as such Australia is an anathema to any follower of the Paedophile Slave Trader Mohammad's cult of Islam.
There is no ideology more hated and despised in Australia than Islam.You simply would not like it here.
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Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.
Voltaire French author, humanist, rationalist, & satirist (1694 - 1778)
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Those who demand you believe that Islam is a Religion of Peace also demand you believe in Anthropogenic Global Warming.
Aussie News & Views Jan 1 2009
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"But Communism is the god of discontent, and needs no blessing. All it needs is a heart willing to hate, willing to call envy “justice."
Equality then means the violent destruction of all social and cultural distinctions. Freedom means absolute dictatorship over the people."
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Take Hope from the Heart of Man and you make him a Beast of Prey
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“ If you will not fight for right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival.
“There may be even a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than live as slaves”
Winston Churchill. Pg.310 “The Hell Makers” John C. Grover ISBN # 0 7316 1918 8
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------If language is not correct, then what is said is not what is meant; if what is said is not what is meant, then what must be done remains undone; if this remains undone, morals and art will deteriorate; if justice goes astray, the people will stand about in helpless confusion. Hence there must be no arbitrariness in what is said.
This matters above everything.
—Confucius
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'a socialist is communist without the courage of conviction to say what he really is'.
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Hontar: We must work in the world, your eminence. The world is thus.
Altamirano: No, SeƱor Hontar. Thus have we made the world... thus have I made it.
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Voltaire said: “If you want to know who rules over you, just find out who you are not permitted to criticize.”


--------Check this out, what an Bum WOW!!!!




When those sworn to destroy you,Communism, Socialism,"Change you can Believe in" via their rabid salivating Mongrel Dog,Islam,take away your humanity, your God given Sanctity of Life, Created in His Image , If you are lucky this prayer is maybe all you have left, If you believe in God and his Son,Jesus Christ, then you are, despite the evils that may befall you are better off than most.

Lord, I come before You with a heavy heart. I feel so much and yet sometimes I feel nothing at all. I don't know where to turn, who to talk to, or how to deal with the things going on in my life. You see everything, Lord. You know everything, Lord. Yet when I seek you it is so hard to feel You here with me. Lord, help me through this. I don't see any other way to get out of this. There is no light at the end of my tunnel, yet everyone says You can show it to me. Lord, help me find that light. Let it be Your light. Give me someone to help. Let me feel You with me. Lord, let me see what You provide and see an alternative to taking my life. Let me feel Your blessings and comfort. Amen.
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"The chief weapon in the quiver of all Islamist expansionist movements, is the absolute necessity to keep victims largely unaware of the actual theology plotting their demise. To complete this deception, a large body of ‘moderates’ continue to spew such ridiculous claims as “Islam means Peace” thereby keeping non-Muslims from actually reading the Qur’an, the Sira, the Hadith, or actually looking into the past 1400 years of history. Islamists also deny or dismiss the concept of ‘abrogation’, which is the universal intra-Islamic method of replacing slightly more tolerable aspects of the religion in favor of more violent demands for Muslims to slay and subdue infidels"

Anthropogenic Global Warming SCAM

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Australia: NSW Schools now teaching that Hetrosexuality is not NORMAL


Being straight no longer normal, students taught

EXCLUSIVE by Miranda Devine 
The Daily Telegraph
October 17, 2012 12:00AM


STUDENTS at 12 NSW high schools are being taught it is wrong and "heterosexist" to regard heterosexuality as the norm for human relationships.

The "Proud Schools" pilot program, implemented in 12 government schools in Sydney and the Hunter, is designed to stamp out "homophobia, transphobia (fear of transsexuals) and heterosexism".

Teachers are given professional development to learn to identify and stamp out any instances of "heterosexist" language in the playground, such as "that's so gay".

But at least 10 Liberal MPs are "extremely concerned" about the program, and will complain to Education Minister Adrian Piccoli this week.

The program defines "heterosexism" as the practice of "positioning heterosexuality as the norm for human relationship," according to the Proud Schools Consultation Report.

"It involves ignoring, making invisible or discriminating against non-heterosexual people, their relationships and their interests. Heterosexism feeds homophobia."

The program should "focus on the dominance of heterosexism rather than on homophobia," according to the minutes from the Proud Schools steering committee on March 22, 2011.

The $250,000 pilot program was initiated by the Labor government but Mr Piccoli has overseen its implementation in terms three and four this year at six high schools in Sydney and six in the Hunter.

"It is envisaged that this program will be made available to non-government schools as well," he said last year.

Upper house MP Fred Nile yesterday attacked the program, calling it "propaganda" and promised to raise the issue in parliament.

"I'm totally opposed to the brainwashing of high school students, especially when they are going through puberty," Mr Nile said.

"Homosexuals at most make up 2 per cent of the population - I don't know why the education department would give priority to promoting this (program).

"We will have more confused teenagers than ever ... children should be allowed to develop themselves."

In June, Mr Piccoli pledged the government's ongoing support of the pilot.

But last night his spokesman distanced the Coalition from the project, saying it was launched by his Labor predecessor Verity Firth in 2010.

"Minister Piccoli has continued to support the initiative. Professional learning is being developed to assist schools provide a safe and supportive environment for all students. All schools encourage their students to speak to each other and treat each other in a respectful manner."

He said any material prepared by a "third party" would not be approved for use in NSW.

The pilot drew on a similar program in Victoria, the "Safe Schools Coalition" to "support sexual diversity" in schools, which holds that gender and sexuality are not fixed but fluid concepts. In Victoria, each participating school is advised to erect a noticeboard specifically for gay, lesbian, transgender and "gender-questioning" young people.

Mr Piccoli's spokesman said Proud Schools was not based on the Victorian model, and noticeboards would not be required in NSW.

A Proud Schools consultation report also recommended that schools review existing PDHPE programs from Year 7 to "incorporate learning about same-sex attraction and sexual diversity".

The program was based on LaTrobe University research that schools are the "primary site of homophobic abuse".

Australia: From the West to the East Coast, Every Day is a Harmony Day............



Labor's Cultural Enrichment Ambassadors hard at work ensuring that every day is a "Harmony Day" from Perth on the West coast through to Sydney's Occupied Territories on the East Coast.
Cultural Enrichment at its finest.

Monday, October 15, 2012

Bali Desecration : The URINATOR from Kingsley Football Club SHAME SHAME SHAME. Who is this FILTHY BUM?


Man caught urinating on Bali bombing site

Phil Hickey
PerthNow
October 15, 20123:00AM

A MAN in the company of Kingsley Football Club players commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Bali bombings has been pictured urinating on the Sari Club site.
OUTRAGE: A man has been pictured urinating on the Sari Club site, on the 10th anniversary of the Bali bombings. Source:PerthNow

PerthNow has obtained a photograph showing a man urinating on the Sari Club bombing site, not long after a minute’s silence was held at the site on Friday night.

The damning photograph comes amid outrage after it was revealed last week that the site of the Sari Club was being used as a car park and public urinal.




David Marshall, whose father Robert Marshall was killed in the blasts and was a trainer at South Australia's Sturt Football Club at the time, said the photo was repulsive and should be publicised.

“I for one am extremely disgusted that he has no respect what so ever for the lives that were lost as a result of the bombing,” Mr Marshall said on Sunday.

“I believe every effort should be taken to find this person, even as far as printing the photo to try and get leads to whoever he is and have him totally shamed.”

Several Kingsley players gathered in Bali last week to remember the seven players from the club, who were among the 88 Australian who lost their lives.

The emergence of the photo comes just days after Bali bombing survivors, including former Kingsley Football Club captain Phil Britten, labelled the current state of the Sari Club “disgraceful” and “disrespectful” to those affected because too many people are desecrating it with their urine and treating like a public toilet.


Hunting Down the Bali Bombers



Bali Bombing Ten Years On, Whats Changed?

There were fresh calls this week for the site to become a peace park and an area of reflection and remembrance for the 202 victims killed in the bombs.

Witnesses who saw the man in the photograph urinating claim he was in the company of Kingsley Football Club members on Friday night and in the early hours of Saturday morning.

The photograph clearly shows the man urinating with a bottle of Bintang beer resting on a wall above his head.

Mr Nimmo, who attended the 10th anniversary memorial service in Bali at the weekend, said he would be disappointed if the man photographed urinating was associated with the club.

“It’s pretty disappointing to be honest,” Mr Nimmo said initially, when told of the photograph’s existence by PerthNow.

Mr Nimmo was sent a copy of the photograph via e mail on Sunday afternoon by PerthNow asking him if the photographed man is a member of the football club.

Mr Nimmo later confirmed he had received a copy of the photograph but could not comment further on the matter.

“My hands are tied,” he said after viewing the photo.

It’s understood as many as eight players from the Kingsley Football Club travelled to Bali for the 10th anniversary of the bombings.

Phil Britten was captain of the Kingsley Football Club when he was caught up in the bombings.

Seven of his teammates who were on an end of season trip were killed in the blasts.

Mr Britten is now president of the Bali Peace Park Association, a non-profit organisation founded in 2008 assisting victims, families and friends who suffered as a result of the bombings.

He could not be reached for comment today but was quoted in the media earlier in the week as saying the Sari Club site should be better established as a place to pray and mourn those lost.

He said the Bali Peace Park Association remained positive that a park would eventually be built on the site.

Kingsley Football Club president Keith Pearce could also not be reached for comment today.

Friday, October 12, 2012

Labor's phony hysteria all over the place like a mad Womans S**t a Real Piece of Work.


PM's phoney hysteria over personal dust-up

Piers Akerman 
The Daily Telegraph
October 12, 2012 12:00AM

IN what seems a very long 10 years ago, prime minister John Howard, deputy prime minister John Anderson and opposition leader Simon Crean flew to Bali to do what they possibly could to comfort the surviving victims of the first Bali bombing.

This week marks the 10th anniversary of that atrocity; the three senior politicians flew up four or five days later, as soon as the already-overworked Balinese officials could handle the extra load of a top-level visit.

Howard, Anderson and Crean travelled in a small aircraft from the government's VIP fleet. They sat together, to and from Bali.

For the first anniversary, a year later, Howard and Crean and their wives, Janette and Carole, again flew to Bali.

Howard invited the Creans to travel with him and his wife. It was the decent thing to do, the civil thing to do.

Not an eyebrow was raised; Howard - despite being the butt of a sneer campaign by almost all media commentators and the nation's leading comedians - observed standards of behaviour that were above reproach.

Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Opposition Leader Tony Abbott will be in Bali for the anniversary memorial service. They will travel separately.

The Howards will also be present, flying with the Abbotts.

Civility in federal politics seems to have died with the end of the Howard government.

As opposition leader, Howard had a good relationship with prime minister Hawke. The bovver boy from Bankstown, Paul Keating, set things back, but it is well-known that Howard, as PM, and the then opposition leader Kim Beazley were able to work together, as were Howard and Crean, despite the latter's narrow union background.

Mark Latham, who notoriously claimed he wanted to teach his children to hate, introduced an unprecedented nastiness to federal politics. Kevin Rudd, who one of his own colleagues was later to label a "psychopath", did nothing to remedy the situation and Gillard has now taken the bar below the most supple limbo dancer's reach.

Thursday morning, Howard spoke to broadcaster Alan Jones about the trip he took to Bali as prime minister in the immediate aftermath of the bombing.





Yes we did have Adults in charge of the Australian Government at one time in our history and it was not all that long ago.

It was an apolitical discussion and Jones' program received a number of messages subsequently from listeners who remarked upon the former prime minister's measured and restrained tone - the "voice of sanity", one said.

The contrast between Howard's sober pitch, mature character and reflective comments and the shrill tenor and venomous remarks delivered by the current PM this week could not be greater.

Labor women claim that Gillard spoke for them when she accused Abbott of misogyny.

They overlook Gillard's own confession to ABC radio's Philip Clark on September 15, 2011, in which she said: "I'm always happy to accept responsibility for my role and my actions."

Then, when asked about "the level of vituperation directed against you personally and the office of the prime minister" and whether "it's due to some deep-seated misogyny", she said, "I don't "spend much of my time thinking about that".

But clearly she has been obsessed with remarks made about her lack of leadership ability as she had her speech attacking Abbott for his alleged misogyny ready to run when she needed to divert attention from Labor's ongoing support for the grossly offensive former Speaker Peter Slipper despite evidence of his obscene text messages.

Last year she said: "I've got very broad shoulders and what I spend my time thinking about and doing is implementing the policies and plans our nation needs."

The vitriolic personal attack she made on Tuesday would indicate that her shoulders have shrunk and her thinking has narrowed considerably in the past 12 months.

"I didn't come to this position hankering for people to say nice things about me every day," she said last year. "I came to this position absolutely determined to do what we need to as a nation to make sure that we've got opportunity for all, right around the country, whether that's the chance to get a job, the chance to get a better job, the chance for a kid from a disadvantaged home to get a great education.

"And to make sure we don't leave people behind, which is why I'm so passionate about things like a national disability insurance scheme (NDIS). And I also don't think it's in us as a nation to really cower in the face of the challenges of the future, which is why it's so important we stump up to big changes, but important changes, like pricing carbon.

"So it's those things that drive me every day, not debates about what is said in politics, or personal matters. It's not what drives me."

That's good to know, except she announced the NDIS policy with no real funding in place, she told a bare-faced lie about the introduction of the carbon tax and, as we witnessed this week it is clear personal matters are driving her.

In perhaps the most farcical example of the phoney hysteria Gillard has tried to evoke in her followers to support her bizarre accusations of sexism against the opposition, she demanded Abbott withdraw a remark he made on Wednesday: "What a piece of work," he said.

Indeed. It is actually one of my favourite quotes from Shakespeare, whose works so enrich the English language. It can be found in Hamlet and reads:

"What a piece of work is a man, how noble in reason, how infinite in faculties, in form and moving how express and admirable, in action how like an angel, in apprehension how like a god! the beauty of the world, the paragon of animals - and yet, to me, what is this quintessence of dust?"

In finding the expression "piece of work" unparliamentary and disrespectful, Gillard must have been offended by the reference to "quintessence of dust".

In this case, the truth must surely have hurt.

So what does entertain Australian Labor Politicians,their media apologists and sycophants ?

Labor's Finest


Misogynist Labor and their Financiers are at it again


10 December 2009

Mr Hawke was joined last night by about 150 friends and former Labor colleagues, including fellow occupants of the top job Kevin Rudd, Paul Keating and Gough Whitlam, at a black-tie gala in his honour at Sydney Opera House's restaurant, Guillaume At Bennelong.

The after-dinner performer, who has become known for her shows dressed as Mr Howard, was reportedly arranged to reflect the character of the birthday boy, who was known for his twin fancies of alcohol and women.


Mr Hawke (r) and his wife Blanche d'Alpuget (l)


The burlesque artist previously performed a similar show in Sydney two years ago, the night before Mr Howard's election loss, in which a fellow stripper posing as former US president George Bush also featured.

A tuxedo-clad Mr Rudd arrived late and without wife Therese Rein, but was there just in time for dinner.

"Bob? Fantastic - an Australian legend from central casting," Mr Rudd told media outside the gathering.

"He's reached 80. I reckon he's got another 20 in him yet. Watch out Australia."

Other prominent Labor Party figures at the birthday celebration included former opposition leader Kim Beazley, Trade Minister Simon Crean, Minister for Defence Personnel Greg Combet, parliamentary secretary for infrastructure Maxine McKew and trade unionist Bill Kelty.

The pre-drinks part of the evening lasted nearly two hours but Mr Hawke and his wife Blanche d'Alpuget were among the first to arrive.

In his 1994 autobiography, The Hawke Memoirs, he downplayed the role of alcohol in his life even though he had a reputation for being a heavy drinker at times.

Advertising guru John Singleton and partner Yvett Hartman rocked up to the birthday gala in style, with Singleton reminiscing to the media about the bad old days with his fellow larrikin Mr Hawke.

When asked what he expected from the evening in the way of a good time, he predicted a "Blanche" night.

"I think it will be more unlike Bob than like Bob," Singleton told reporters.

"Like the real Bob I've been with in a public bar somewhere, we wouldn't have paparazzi. It's actually (going to be) one of those Blanche nights."

Singleton took the opportunity to recommend Mr Hawke as the people's choice to occupy his former job.

"He should still be prime minister," Singleton said.

Mr Hawke, one of the country's most popular leaders, has remained politically active since retiring from Parliament soon after losing the prime ministership to Mr Keating in December 1991.

In August this year, he was awarded life membership of the ALP at the party's national conference.


Source 

Hunting Down the Bali Bombers

Misogynist Labor and their Financiers are at it again


Offensive joke about Opposition Leader Tony Abbott's female Chief of Staff Peta Credlin

SIMON BENSON and GEMMA JONES 
The Daily Telegraph
October 11, 2012 3:02PM

A COMPANY representing a comedian has apologised to Opposition Leader Tony Abbott and his chief of staff Peta Credlin for what Prime Minister Julia Gillard has described as an "offensive" joke.
A co author of this story, Simon Benson, refused to allude to,in anyway, as to the nature and contents of the "joke" in anyway shape or form because of litigation concerns.

A distasteful and offensive joke about Ms Credlin was made at  a union dinner in Canberra last night attended by Julia Gillard and senior Cabinet Ministers.



Manic Studios this afternoon said in a statement it unreservedly apologised to Ms Credlin and Mr Abbott for the joke made at the Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union dinner at Parliament House.

"The joke was a last-minute inclusion and crossed the line," spokesperson Piers Grove said.

"We did not run the joke past anyone. Nobody from the CFMEU or the Labor party or anyone else in attendance at the dinner knew of the joke until it was told.

"The poor reaction the joke received is testament to the fact that we exercised poor judgment.

INDEPENDENT MP Rob Oakeshott says the current gender war in politics is about preparing for the next election.
"We unreservedly apologise to all parties for any offence."

Treasurer Wayne Swan was still present when the joke was made and made a speech after the comedian's performance.

"The comedian’s comments were clearly very inappropriate and offensive.  There’s no place for those kinds of comments and I made that clear to the union this morning," Mr Swan said.

The PM this morning called the union and expressed her anger at the joke.

“I was not in attendance when these remarks were made at the CFMEU dinner last night but I did hear this morning that offensive remarks had been made and let me be very clear, reports to me the remarks were made are deeply offensive, they’re wrong," she said.

"The comments should never have been made.

"It was wrong for them to have been made and offensive for them to have been made.

"In those circumstances as soon as I possibly could I rang the national secretary of the CFMEU and indicated I thought these comments were offensive.

"I understand the CFMEU has put out a statement in relation to this matter but clearly there is no place for offensive comments of this nature.”

The joke delivered by a comedian known as Fair Go For Billionaires, hired by the CFMEU, contained lewd and offensive references to Ms Credlin. Offensive remarks were also made about Mr Abbott.

The Prime Minister and senior Ministers had left the function, held in Canberra, before the joke was made.

However, several Labor MPs were believed to be still in attendance.

"It was very distasteful,'' said one Labor source present.

"No one was happy about it.''

A senior Government source said the PM had already left the dinner before the comedian began.

According to another source a "silence'' descended over the room when the joke was made.

The CFMEU this morning distanced itself from the comedian, with a senior official saying he was "horrified'.

"We did not know what he was going to say, had we known we would have pulled him of stage."

"Its not the form of our union...and it’s not something we would tolerate.''

Bali Bombing Ten Years On, Whats Changed?







Australia: The best country in the world to RIP OFF tax payer funded Welfare bar none


Madame Gillard and her Green Loon co conspirators are importing into Australia as many of these welfare bludgers as she can and no prize for guessing who they are all going to vote for once they are settled on the welfare teat for life.

Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Uncensored what Peter Slipper said and the Labor Politicians who stood by him.

UPDATE Labor's Speaker Resigns



Labor Values : Just like Labor's Religion of choice,Islam, the Australian Labor Party and their "Co Party" the Greens,  respects Women.
The phone text transcripts between Labor appointed Speaker of the House,Peter Slipper and the man he allegedly sexually harrassed,James Ashby. 


Peter Slipper, James Ashby,2 Oct 2012 Book of Evidence Annexure



Viewer Caution Female viewers are warned that in the above video, Opposition Leader Tony Abbott can be seen unashamedly looking at his watch whilst Madame Gillard is defending Peter Slipper and her Government in the House.
REVEALED: What Peter Slipper's sexist text messages actually said

By Malcolm Farr, National Political Editor
Daily Telegraph
October 09, 20123:52PM

"LUCY is very available and keen! Could turn you from your wayward ways," Peter Slipper texted to adviser James Ashby on September 3.

It was just one of hundreds of text messages the Speaker sent about sexual matters.

In a document before the Federal Court, Mr Ashby says that, with hindsight, "he understood the reference to 'wayward ways' to be reference to his homosexuality but at the time was unsure as to what it meant."

It wasn't just sex between men that occupied Mr Slipper's many texting moments.

Their chief political interest was former Liberal minister Mal Brough, who wanted to take the seat of Fisher from Mr Slipper.

"Brough is a c..t,'' Mr Slipper said in a text on October 10 last year. Soon after, he said: ''Funny how we say that a person is a c..t when many guys like c..ts.''

About five minutes later Mr Slipper began what the Opposition has called "'vile anatomical references''. Referring to women's private parts, he said: ''They look like mussell (sic) removed from its shell. Look at a bottle of mussel meat. Salty C..ts in brine.''

That day Mr Ashby attempted to get the SMS conversation back to politics, but Mr Slipper persisted.

"Been to thw (sic) fish shop yet to buy the bottle of shell less Mussells (sic)?''

On October 12 Mr Slipper referred to Liberal front bencher Sophie Mirabella, who had criticised him.

"Yes i agree she did push it too far. But did she do it because you're mates or she's just an ignorant botch (sic)?'' he said in a text.

By early October last year, Mr Slipper was aware of Mr Ashby's interest in an insurance agent the Speaker called "Bill" because he reminded him of former US President Bill Clinton.

On October 14, Mr Slipper questioned the relationship between Mr Ashby and "Bill". "Is he a special friend or just business?" he asked Mr Ashby about the man.

Then, on October 16, Mr Slipper enquired whether Mr Ashby, after a night out, was not just tired but "shagged". Mr Ashby took that as a reference to sexual relations.

There was another Bill reference on October 16 when Mr Slipper said: "Sounds to me that you may have broken the drought." And on October 28, "Did you lose your maidenhood", followed by a reference to Mr Ashby's "virtual hymen".

Attention went back to Mr Brough, whom on December 3 Mr Slipper called "that little f..ker on the Bolt Report."

Late in December, Mr Slipper playfully reprimanded Mr Ashby by saying: "I'm going to smack u. Arhhhhhhhh."

Mr Ashby replied, "Ah I might like it. Tho I'm not into pain."

On January 18, after Mr Slipper had not heard from his adviser for a while, Mr Ashby joked he had quit.
"Y r a cccc....tttttt :)," Mr Slipper replied. "Cccccccc.....t."

Mr Ashby's response was: "You love it but."

These  Female members of the Australian Labor Party voted to support Peter Slipper today following a motion by the Liberal Party Opposition that he resign following evidence tendered in Court this past week.Relevant doc above.

Bird, Sharon Leah
Member for: Cunningham, NSW, 9.10.04-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 15.11.1962 Member for: Cunningham, NSW, 9.10.04-Party: Australian Labor PartyBorn: 15.11.1962


Brodtmann, Gai Marie
Member for: Canberra, ACT, 21.8.2010-
Party: Australian Labor Party



Burke, Anna Elizabeth
Member for: Chisholm, Vic, 3.10.98-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 1.1.1966: Member for: Chisholm, Vic, 3.10.98- Party: Australian Labor PartyBorn: 1.1.1966:

Member for: Franklin, Tas, 24.11.07-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 3.7.1971
Member for: Petrie, Qld, 24.11.07-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 26.7.1970
Elliot, Maria Justine
Member for: Richmond, NSW, 9.10.04-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 29.7.1967 Member for: Richmond, NSW, 9.10.04-Party: Australian Labor PartyBorn: 29.7.1967
Ellis, Katherine Margaret
Member for: Adelaide, SA, 9.10.04-
Party: Australian Labor Party Member for: Adelaide, SA, 9.10.04-Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 22.9.1977
Gillard, Julia Eileen
Member for: Lalor, Vic, 3.10.98-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 29.9.1961 Member for: Lalor, Vic, 3.10.98- Party: Australian Labor PartyBorn: 29.9.1961
Grierson, Sharon Joy
Member for: Newcastle, NSW, 10.11.01- Member for: Newcastle, NSW, 10.11.01-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 4.5.1951
Hall, Jill Griffiths
Member for : Shortland, NSW, 3.10.98-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 16.11.1949 Member for : Shortland, NSW, 3.10.98-Party: Australian Labor PartyBorn: 16.11.1949

King, Catherine Fiona
Member for: Ballarat, Vic, 10.11.01-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 2.6.1966 Member for: Ballarat, Vic, 10.11.01-Party: Australian Labor PartyBorn: 2.6.1966
Ley, Sussan Penelope
Member for: Farrer, NSW, 10.11.01-
Party: Liberal Party of Australia
Born: 14.12.1961 Member for: Farrer, NSW, 10.11.01-Party: Liberal Party of AustraliaBorn: 14.12.1961
Livermore, Kirsten Fiona
Member for: Capricornia, Qld, 3.10.98-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 10.11.1969 Member for: Capricornia, Qld, 3.10.98- Party: Australian Labor PartyBorn: 10.11.1969
Macklin, Jenny Louise
Member for: Jagajaga, Vic, 2.3.96-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 29.12.1953 Member for: Jagajaga, Vic, 2.3.96- Party: Australian Labor PartyBorn: 29.12.1953

Member for: Robertson, NSW, 21.8.10-

Party: Australian Labor Party
Owens, Julie
Member for: Parramatta, NSW, 9.10.04-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 17.10.1958 Member for: Parramatta, NSW, 9.10.04-Party: Australian Labor PartyBorn: 17.10.1958
Parke, Melissa 
Member for: Fremantle, WA, 24.11.07-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 11.8.1966
Plibersek, Tanya Joan
Member for: Sydney, NSW, 3.10.98-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 2.12.1969 Member for: Sydney, NSW, 3.10.98- Party: Australian Labor PartyBorn: 2.12.1969

 Member for: Kingston, SA, 24.11.07-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 10.7.1978
Rowland, Michelle Anne
Member for Greenway, NSW, 21.8.10-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Roxon, Nicola Louise
Member for: Gellibrand, Vic, 3.10.98-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 1.4.1967 Member for: Gellibrand, Vic, 3.10.98- Party: Australian Labor PartyBorn: 1.4.1967
Saffin, Janelle Anne 
Member for: Page, NSW, 24.11.07-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 1.11.1954
Smyth, Laura
Member for: La Trobe, Vic, 21.8.10-
Party: Australian Labor Party Member for: La Trobe, Vic, 21.8.10-Party: Australian Labor Party
Member for: Calwell, Vic, 10.11.01-
Party: Australian Labor Party
Born: 4.1.1959
Member for: Calwell, Vic, 10.11.01-Party: Australian Labor PartyBorn: 4.1.1959

Sunday, October 07, 2012

Aussie / Italian Sisters Beg to go back home to Australia


Sisters dragged home in tears

By Kate Kyriacou 
The Daily Telegraph
 October 08, 2012 12:00AM

TWO of the four Italian sisters sent home from Australia after an international custody battle broke down in tears at the gates of their grandparent's villa yesterday after their failed attempt to escape from the property.

The girls clung to the gates and grabbed on to reporters, desperately pleading for help to be returned to Australia.

One of the girls was dragged back inside the building by her father, who said he is "destroyed" by their anger towards him.

He called on Australia to "be calm" and give them time to heal.




The sisters, aged eight to 15, were forced kicking, screaming and sobbing for their mother on to an international flight after a court ordered they be sent back to Italy.

They arrived at their paternal grandparents' home in a village near Florence on Friday, ending a lengthy legal battle in which the girls fought to remain in Australia where they had lived with their mother on Queensland's Sunshine Coast for the past two years.

Their Australian mother says she is terrified of returning to Italy in case she is arrested on kidnapping charges and has repeatedly claimed she left because her relationship with him was abusive, which he has strenuously denied.

The Italian man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, broke his silence with the Australian media to plead for "calm" so that his daughters could heal and become accustomed to their new life.

"I am destroyed because my daughters remain not well," he told The Daily Telegraph through an interpreter.

He said he had not allowed them to speak to their mother since their return as he feared it would inflame the situation.

"She telephoned yesterday, my ex-wife, insulting me, (calling me) d ... head, bastard, f ... off," he said.

"I said to her, stay calm, it is impossible for you to speak to the girls.

"I hope she comes here in peace. That is my wish. If she continues with the war and the struggles, it's not going to help anything."

He described images of the children crying and screaming for their mother as Australian Federal Police dragged them on to an international flight as "dramatic", blaming the slow-moving judicial system for their distress.

"It's (past) 2 1/2years and the result should have come way before this time," he said.

"Because all that time has passed, it has created all this stress for the girls."

Australia: "Muslims are anglicising their names to avoid religious discrimination when applying for work"

A Name Change does not a Civilized Man Make

"Bob Smith" (l) and "Bluey Jones" at their Sydney CBD 15 September 2012 Muslim Insurgency Riots.


Muslims drop names to fit in

Briana Domjen
The Sunday Telegraph 
October 07, 2012 12:00AM

FRUSTRATED Muslims are anglicising their names to avoid religious discrimination when applying for work.


According to Islamic leaders, some legally change their name by deed poll while others adopt "new' monikers for their resumes.

Muslim leader and Islamic Friendship Association founder Keysar Trad said the "sad" trend has become increasingly prevalent - and the recent Sydney riots would only exacerbate the problem.

"Many people are changing from Mohammed to Michael, Ahmed to Allan, Haroun to Harold and others change Mohammed to Jim, even though there is no relationship between the two," he said.

"It's sad many Muslims feel compelled to do this. That message is unless you do take on an Anglo name you won't get past the front door.

"Unfortunately the protests will have an impact with some employers and I appeal for those employers to treat people on merit."

Mr Trad said people with traditional Muslim names often experience blatant religious discrimination when applying for a job.

"I've heard of many cases where people have applied for a job using their Muslim name and not getting an interview, then making a phone call and giving a different name and being called back for an interview," he said.




"Mr Trad said people with traditional Muslim names often experience blatant religious discrimination when applying for a job." Does he mean like Bhuddists do in Bangladesh?


Race Discrimination Commissioner Helen Szoke said migrants westernising their Christian names to increase their chances of employment is a growing and concerning trend. "There are many people who you come across who talk about the fact they anglicise their name for employment purposes or because people found it too hard to pronounce or it was foreign," Ms Szoke said.

"There is definitely evidence to suggest that people do this because they feel it improves or enhances their opportunities to gain work."



Eddie Chehab, 49, from Drummoyne, said he decided to change his name from Mohammed to Eddie for employment reasons and because his customers struggled to pronounce his name.

"I noticed how hard it was for people to say my name correctly, which is why I changed it but a lot of the younger generations (today) are changing theirs for employment reasons," Mr Chehab said.

Social analyst David Chalke said it has been scientifically proven that your chances of employment are greater if you have a name which sounds acceptable to your potential employer.

"We all tend to hire people like ourselves," he said.

Goebbels Alive Down Under, Labor's Pit Bulls Cyber Terrorism against Alan Jones Freedom FROM Free Speech kicks invoked by THUGS.



Macquarie Radio Network Announcement - 

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Macquarie Radio Network Limited ("MRN"), the owner of radio station 2GB, today announced a temporary suspension of all advertising in its top rating weekday Breakfast Show hosted by Alan Jones.

The move follows a week of unprecedented focus throughout mainstream and social media on Jones and remarks he made recently at a private function regarding Prime Minister Julia Gillard and the loss of her father. More specifically, the move has been prompted by actions being taken and threatened against companies advertising on the Alan Jones Breakfast Show.

Announcing the suspension of advertising, MRN Executive Chairman Russell Tate said, "the nature, tone and volume of the reaction to Jones’ remarks, and in particular the threats being made through social media to companies advertising in Jones' program and the disruption being caused to their businesses, have made it necessary for MRN to call some 'time out".



"Some simple facts need to be acknowledged.

"There is almost universal agreement that Jones' remarks were unacceptable, wrong and inexcusable. Alan himself acknowledged that from the moment he first advised me of them. He immediately arranged a media conference to state that publicly and apologise to the Prime Minister.

"Although the remarks were not made on 2GB, our position from the outset has been that a personal, unconditional apology was a necessary and appropriate response. I encouraged Alan to repeat the apology on 2GB when he first returned to air last Tuesday morning following his media conference. His apology was unambiguous and unconditional. He has revisited his apology many times in subsequent broadcasts.

"Alan Jones' audience, those who listen regularly to his program, also agree that his remarks were unacceptable. From Research we have conducted over this weekend with them, it is also clear though the great majority acknowledge his apology and have not significantly changed their attitude towards the Alan Jones Breakfast Show.

"Nor importantly is there any indication from regular listeners that their attitudes towards companies advertising in the program has changed adversely.

“Since we now know these things to be fact, we have to conclude that the avalanche of telephone, email and facebook demands to our advertisers to “boycott” the Alan Jones Breakfast Show, and the threats to destroy their businesses if they don’t comply, are coming almost entirely from people who do not listen to Alan Jones or 2GB at all – probably never have done and never will.

"Now in Australia these people of course have the right to express their views to anybody who wants to listen, about any subject they want, including Alan Jones and his radio show. They also have the right and plenty of choice; freedom of choice, to listen to any of the hundreds, in this digital age, thousands of radio programs available to them.

"What they do not have the right to do is on the one hand decide for our listeners who and what they are going to hear on the radio station they choose to listen to, and on the other hand decide for Australian based companies which media outlets they will or won’t use to advertise their products and services. They do not have the right to interfere with freedom of choice and they do not have the right to attempt to censor – not Alan Jones, not this radio network, not the people who choose to listen to it and not the companies who choose to advertise on it.

“What we are seeing here is 21st Century censorship, via cyber-bullying.

"As a talk-station we openly advocate debate. Talk radio is arguably the original form of social media. The difference between 2GB and some catchy URL is that MRN operates in a regulated media environment.

"We hold ourselves, and are held, to account on many levels. We operate within a long established regulatory guidelines and rules. We’re accountable to the regulatory authorities for our license to operate; to our listeners who have the freedom to leave us any time they want; to our advertisers who will leave us if our listeners do; to our shareholders who will show staff and management the door when the advertisers disappear.

“We are happy to listen to any constructive criticism of what we are doing. We do it every day, often live on-air. But strangely we have heard very little on this issue from the same social media groups which are attempting to destroy the companies who have the hide to advertise with the highest rating radio station in Sydney. All of their focus is destructive. They are simply making life as difficult as possible for the staff of companies whose crime apparently is advertising on Sydney’s highest rating breakfast radio show.

“How hard is it to work out that those companies do not choose to advertise in the Alan Jones Breakfast Show because they agree with all of his views and everything he says. They advertise in the Show only because they want to engage with the massive audience who listens to him – an audience which has dominated the ratings in the Sydney market for over a decade. An audience which chooses to listen and an audience which, if and when it decides it has had enough of Alan Jones and goes somewhere else, will be closely followed by those same companies.

“We have taken this unprecedented decision to suspend advertising in the Alan Jones Breakfast Show until further notice so that all of our advertisers are on an equal footing, can regroup and discuss with us the way forward and how we together deal with these attempts to damage great Australian businesses. We’ll be doing that over the next week or so and I would personally also welcome discussion with representatives of the organisations behind the totally unwarranted pressure being put on our advertisers. But any discussion will need to be face to face, not hiding behind a keyboard.

“The decision obviously comes at a very significant short term cost to MRN. It is an insignificant price to pay for our audience to be able to listen to what they choose to listen to, and for Australian companies to advertise where they choose to advertise.”

Media contacts;

Antonia O'Neill 0417 252 805. Julia Everingham 0416 033 696


Alan Jones loses his Merc

JONATHAN MARSHALL AND JORDAN BAKER
The Sunday Telegraph
October 07, 2012 12:00AM

MERCEDES-BENZ will confiscate Alan Jones's $250,000 sponsored car, and has vowed to never again support the controversial broadcaster or his radio station 2GB.

The carmaker expressed its strong distaste at Jones's comment, revealed last week by The Sunday Telegraph, that Prime Minister Julia Gillard's father, John Gillard, "died of shame" because of "lies" told by his daughter.

"We want the car back, the deal is cancelled, it is over," Mercedes-Benz's corporate communications manager, David McCarthy, said.

If the car is not returned, Mercedes will send someone to repossess it.

Mercedes-Benz Australia-Pacific, owned by the Daimler Group, distanced itself from Jones and has cancelled all radio advertising .

The Sunday Telegraph revealed last weekend Jones told a Sydney University Liberal Club dinner on September 22 that the prime minister's 83-year-old father, John, "died of shame".

"We were appalled and shocked at the lack of respect (the comments) expressed," Mr McCarthy said.

Now the company has informed Jones it wants him to return the black 2012 S-Class Mercedes the broadcaster has been driving free.

Should the vehicle not be returned by October 31, a Mercedes-Benz representative would collect it, he said.

The Sunday Telegraph understands Jones had been able to use the expensive vehicle as part of a sponsorship agreement with 2GB's owner, Macquarie Radio.Mercedes-Benz bosses have ditched advertising on Jones's show and across the station.

"We have terminated ALL (sic) commercial arrangements with 2GB," the company said in a statement. "We cannot see a circumstance that will see us returning to advertising (on Jones's) show."

Mr McCarthy refused to reveal how much the deal with 2GB was worth, other than to say: "It's now worth a lot less than it was a week ago."

Macquarie is offering discount rates for new advertisers, and has emailed subscribers asking if they have changed their opinion of 2GB and its sponsors, many of whom have dumped the station and Jones.

"During the last week, has your attitude towards companies that advertise on the Alan Jones Breakfast Show changed?" the survey asked.

Macquarie has told at least one agency it would discount standard rates by at least 15 per cent. Advertisements on his show usually sell for $1170 and live reads for $3300.

More than 70 companies have backed away and shares in Macquarie Radio crashed this week amid estimates that the boycott could cost millions.

A spokesman for Macquarie Radio refused to comment.

Jones is still in demand as a speaker, with a spokeswoman for Saxton Speakers saying no bookings were cancelled. Jones charges about $12,000 per speaking engagement.

A Facebook blitz on sponsors has more than 11,000 "likes", with users bombarding advertisers with emails.

Jenna Price from the Destroy the Joint movement named after Jones's claim women such as Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore were "destroying the joint" - said one sponsor got 4000 emails.

Staff at 2GB told activists the boycott would hurt young employees, not Jones.

Shares in 2GB fell six per cent last week.

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