Thursday, November 22, 2012

Why Petraeus Is In The Poo and Why It Should Have Been Expected.

I came across the following article, it's a great read and true in every way. The thing is that feminists will be horrified and all the other PC people would not read beyond the first couple of paragraphs. Still it's a great summing up of the situation that General Petraeus has got himself into.

Monday, November 19, 2012

More of GILLARD Deflecting Attention

I took what's below from this post at Catallaxy. The current attacks on Catholics are nothing more than GILLARD and her friends trying to cover up their own misdeeds as well as some basic left wing anti catholicism.

Greg Craven makes some telling points in critiquing the pressure from the Gillard Government and the media generally for removing the sanctity of the Catholic confessional. If the inviolability of the confessional is not respected, why shouldn’t lawyers be forced to reveal evidence implicating their clients? Or journalists be forced to reveal their sources?
Why would anyone confess to such a crime knowing that the Priest will reveal the confidence? Craven is also correct in noting that a Priest will not grant absolution unless the confessor agrees to turn himself/herself into the Police.
Section 116 of the Constitution bans the Parliament from prohibiting the free exercise of religion. In the Catholic Church, the sealed confession is integral to the faith.
I have a number of concerns about the attacks on the Catholic church over child abuse. There is no evidence that there is a greater proportion of abusers among priests as against the general population. The accusation of being a paedophile is today so grave that it surpasses even mass murder in the view of many as a criminal action. So people need to be extremely careful before pointing fingers at a person or group. Just look at the scandal in the Government-owned BBC where for years it protected an alleged paedophile (Jimmy Saville) and then falsely accuses Lord McAlpine of such an abuse without any evidence. This from the public broadcaster.
Why should child abuse among Aborigines be excluded from the Royal Commission? I’m happy for the Government to have an inquiry into this hideous crime, but instead the inquiry seems to be a way to smear Tony Abbott as a Catholic.
As far as I can see, there have been many more members of the Labor party convicted of child abuse than Catholic Priests. For example Stephen de Rozairio, Bill D’Arcy, Terry Martin, Keith Wright and Milton Orkopoulos. That’s five Labor members (four of whom were Labor MPs) jailed for child abuse. And then, as Abu points out in the comments, former NT Chief Minister Bob Collins, was charged with child sexual assault but died before the trial concluded.
It is interesting and rather hypocritical that the Government seems to want to break the seal of the confession while members of its own party didn’t tell authorities of and / or covered up criminal activities involving the AWU and the HSU. Why shouldn’t members of the ALP be forced to tell all regarding confidences given them by Craig Thompson? Why shouldn’t the Prime Minister be forced to reveal everything relating to the AWU? So we have a Government which has masters of cover up trying to allege a cover up in the Catholic church. That seems to be a diversion rather than an ethical inquiry into a hideous crime.
The real risk from the Royal Commission is that it will turn into a witch hunt / lynch mob as people get falsely accused and defamed. Can allegations of child abuse be made in the context of this Royal Commission without fear of later defamation action? Just because a supposed victim asserts that a person committed child abuse is not proof that it did occur.
Any priest worth his salt would prefer to go to jail than break his solemn vow of hearing a confession.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

GILLARD doesn't care and most of the others don't get it

It's a shame most of our politicians on both sides of the house don't understand what the following video is about.

But then again maybe they do and they don't care. I think some of the libs and maybe one or two on the Labor side get it but have little or no influence. The current PM and her fellow cronies couldn't care less. All she is interested in is staying in power no matter the cost to the nation of her party, or should I say 'pardy' You'd think that at some stage in her life should could have had some speech therapy.

Saturday, November 03, 2012

Cheap Efficient Farming of the Foreseeable Future

Check out this link -  or watch the video below

I'll bet the Greens will hate it for god knows what reason, but when it becomes commercially available the cost of food will drop dramatically due to the much increased productivity and lower costs. We could have cheap natural gas in the very near future however the greens oppose that and the politicians listen to them.

Thursday, November 01, 2012

Great Video

Says it all. (Via Professor Bunyip)

GILLARDS Life - The Movie

Maybe sometime in the not too distant future a film may be made of the life story of the current Prime Minister. It's too early as yet, for her final and complete downfall and disgrace is still to come. When the end does come for this egregious, lying, untrustworthy, ambitious, spiteful harridan it will be none too soon. There will be much good for the nation when her reckless, incompetent, wasteful government is dismissed in disgrace. The only ones mourning will be those whose income and ambitions depend on the public purse, and the professional feminists (much the same thing) who care little for women who achieve much unless those women are on what they consider the 'Right' side of politics.

Anyway when the movie is made I reckon that Jodie Foster would be ideal to play GILLARD.

The makeup artists wouldn't have much to do except perhaps harden up the lines on the face. I'm sure that wardrobe could produce a Bubbles De Vere outfit with particular focus on the rear end to sufficiently enhance Fosters own lower body to match that of the P.M.
After that the scriptwriters would have a ball. The story has everything, ambition, sex, adultery, ambition, legal circles, politics, ambition, power, ambition, unions, government, ambition, ethics, disgrace and downfall. I'd pay to see it on the screen. I'd rather see it there than in real life, unfortunately I don't have that choice. It is happening right here, right now and it's going to end in tears for the nation.