Tag Archives: The Australian

God’s mills

 P a u l J a c k o Some readers ask whether there is any reason for more and more infrequent posting. Yes, there is. We do not like to repeat ourselves, as opposed to the people who are … Continue reading

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Out of sight

Paul Jacko The state censorship, if not imposed by an occupying foreign power or by a coup d’etat, is not usually imposed overnight. It creeps imperceptibly. And we know or we ought to know, in Australia comrade Conroy, Australian Labor … Continue reading

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The Impending Demise of The Australian

Paul Jacko My predictions are always much better than those by the prophets of doom professors Ehrlich or Flannery which of course is nothing much to be proud of. It would be hard to find somebody with worse record than … Continue reading

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Quo usque tandem abutere Julia patientia nostra?*

…from the quill of Antisthenes We live in more and more interesting times. If they get more interesting, we will wonder where we went wrong and why we are in re-education camps. Our Prime Minister Julia Gillard and her comrades … Continue reading

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Poor union workers

…from the quill of Antisthenes As tempting as it may be to write about the Craig Thomson affair, I shall refrain. After all, what do I know about the nitty-gritty details of the relentless struggle for workers rights by intrepid … Continue reading

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Rights Charter

by James Allan Rights Charter’s vague abstractions must be repealed IMAGINE that someone stood up and proclaimed “I’m against cruelty” or “I’m in favour of patriotism”. Do you think those sort of bald proclamations, couched as they are in vague, … Continue reading

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Las Damas de Blanco

Paul Jacko Cuba Libre . It is not heard often now, but occasionally is, when some whitlamite or a Greenie orders it in a bar. It is like that. Certain people, who can’t handle their alcohol straight and want it … Continue reading

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