Tag Archives: Lee Rhiannon

Personally

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger Personally, I don’t like personal attacks, but I realise that sometimes one has to give a face to the evil. Writing about union corruption without mentioning Gillard would be pointless. Abstract problems mean … Continue reading

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april memories / 30

NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN (ALMOST) 30th April, 1933 : Seven young Fascist, dressed in black and peddling anti-Semitic literature, were surrounded by an angry crowd of more than 6,000 in London’s Piccadilly Circus tonight. It was the latest violent, … Continue reading

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Good riddance?

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger A casual, non-Left observer may be pleased that the Hypocrite-in-Chief, Bob Brown, the ex-Leader of the Australian Green Party finally saw the futility of his endeavours and resigned. Unfortunately, nothing he says or … Continue reading

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march memories / 20

NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN (ALMOST) 20th March, 1937 : George Orwell took a journey into the heart of depressed Britain last year and the result is The Road to Wigan Pier – an unsparing report of the life of … Continue reading

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Sinodinos is wrong

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger Sinodinos is wrong when /How Red was her valley/ he says: “The real issue for the Greens now is the fight that is going on for the heart and soul of the Greens. … Continue reading

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How Red was her valley

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger  I am forced to admit that some Australian politicians are not entirely useless. Take the Senator Arthur Sinodinos’s speech yesterday, where he asks the questions our media ought to have asked long time … Continue reading

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Trust her (again), she is a politician

…from the quill of Antisthenes   Some commentators are getting their knickers in a twist because Julia “there-won’t- be-any-carbon-tax” Gillard does not like her Greens anymore. Our Temporary Prime Minister, worldwide famous for her steadfast integrity, apparently changed a political … Continue reading

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Clouds on the horizon

…from the quill of Antisthenes When the Australian Senate passed the Australia Suicide (a.k.a Clean Energy) Acts 2011 a day after the anniversary of October Revolution 1917 , on the 8th November, the Acting Prime Minister, Bob Brown allegedly said … Continue reading

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Old communists never die, they just turn green

…from the quill of Antisthenes After I ‘penned’ (a supercilious, derogatory term the socialists like to use – so I pre-empted them) my British are revolting, where I quoted the Labour Member of Parliament Keir Hardie, I discovered additional information … Continue reading

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