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Christensen Blasts Channel 7 For Ignoring The Philippines In It’s Olympic Coverage

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 30/07/2021 - 7:00am in

The Morrison Government’s member for Manila George Christensen has blasted Channel 7’s Olympics coverage, as he believes that it does not show enough footage of the Philippino team in action.

”Six hours I watched the tele last night and I did not see one bloody second of the Philippino girls table tennis team in action,” said the member for Dawson. ”Nobody wants to watch the bloody swimming or rowing, everyone knows that table tennis is the money shot.”

”I was so angry, I had to go online and watch some vids that a mate sent me.”

When asked why he expected an Australian network to cover another countries performances at the Olympics, the Member for Manila said: ”Because if I want something I get it.”

”Don’t believe me ask my good mate ScoMo, he says I can do what I want.”

”Now, Channel 7, needs to respect my authority and show the girls with the ping pong balls!”

Mark Williamson

@MWChatShow

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ScoMo’s Creepy Mate Tells Him That The Best Table Tennis Players Aren’t Even At The Olympics

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 29/07/2021 - 7:00am in

Prime Minister for Sydney Scott Morrison has called an urgent Cabinet meeting to tell his colleagues that his creepy mate George Christensen has informed him today that the best table tennis players in the world aren’t even competing at the Olympics.

“Old Mate George Christensen certainly knows a thing or two about ping pong,” said the PM. ”You catch up with him for a Zoom, and it’s all he’ll talk about.”

”He keeps trying to send me photos, but the Federal police keep blocking them.”

When asked why he allowed his creepy mate (aka the Member for Dawson) so much leeway, the Prime Minister said: ”I reject the premise of your question.”

”The Coalition is a broad church. I like church, and George is very broad.”

”Now, if you’ll excuse me, George has just sent me a link showing highlights of the Manila girls table tennis tournament. It’s amazing what these girls can do. George says they don’t even use bats!”

Mark Williamson

@MWChatShow

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Duterte is not incompetent: Power in Pandemiya

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 28/07/2021 - 5:03pm in

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Duterte isn't incompetent, he knows exactly what he is doing and that makes it worse.

Written by Simoun Magsalin. First published by Young Progressives Hub.

What we are seeing today is not incompetence, but a choice to let thousands die and millions more suffer. We are instead seeing a high level of competence in the construction of ever greater police powers and the consolidation of armed rule—martial law in fact, if not in law.

Simoun Magsalin

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PM Assures Jen And The Girls That His Creepy Mate Is Not That Bad Of A Bloke

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 26/07/2021 - 8:43am in

The Prime Minister has spent the weekend assuring his wife Jen and their girls that his work mate, George Christensen is not that bad of a bloke. Despite the Member for Dawson encouraging and participating in the weekends anti-lockdown rallies.

”Jen is usually a pretty good judge of character but in the case of old mate Georgey boy I think she is off the mark,” said the PM. ”I mean sure, he does spend a lot of time in the Philippines and he does talk almost incessantly about table tennis.”

”But, you know, he says he has my back and what more could you want in a mate?”

When asked why he would not condemn Mr Christensen for his participation in anti-lockdown protests, the Prime Minister said: ”I reject the premise of your question.”

”Australia is a free country and as long as you vote for me you are free to do as you wish.”

”Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to talk to the Philippino President about opening up a travel bubble and getting my good mate Georgey boy some diplomatic immunity.”

Mark Williamson

@MWChatShow

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Strength in Smallness

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 21/07/2021 - 6:09pm in

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An Anarchist response to “A Heritage of Smallness” by Nick Joaquin by Carolus Plebejus. You can read the original article here.

Unity is more easily achieved if people have more interests shared, if they are more aligned than opposed, and they can comfortably identify with it. This is easily achieved through small groups. To force such unity will only make matters worse, and bickering wouldn’t stop anyway.

Carolus Plebejus

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Buhay na Walang Batas: Introduksyon sa Pulitikang Anarkista

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Sun, 27/06/2021 - 2:15am in

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"Ang Buhay na Walang Batas" ay unang inilathala ng Strangers In a Tangled Wilderness bilang “Life Without Law: An Introduction to Anarchist Politics” noong 2013. Inisalin sa Tagalog ni Lahumbuwan.

Ang anarkista ay isang tao na itinatanggi ang pangangailangan at ang pagiging makatuwiran ng pamahalaan; ang tanong tungkol sa kaniyang pamamaraan para lusubin ito ay dayuhan sa kahulugan.

Benjamin R. Tucker

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EXCLUSIVE: Coalition Agreement Leaked

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 22/06/2021 - 11:00am in

The confidential agreement between the Liberals and Nationals that is set to be signed this week following Barnaby Joyce’s ascension to the Nationals leadership has been leaked to the media.

The agreement was drafted on the back of a beer coaster and was found outside Mooseheads bar. See below for the terms that the National party are seeking.

  1. Repeal the bonk ban.
  2. Do not commit to net-zero emissions under any circumstances.
  3. Again, the bonk ban. Come on Scott, it’s inhumane.
  4. Make old mate George Christensen the Ambassador to the Philippines. Ambassadorships come with diplomatic immunity, right?
  5. The bonk ban – how do we know that the love of my week is not working down the hallway in a colleagues office?
  6. Make me (Barnaby) the Minister for Home or Foreign Affairs.
  7. The bonk ban – the longer this goes on, the more chance it has of not tearing families apart.
  8. If I am appointed Minister for Foreign Affairs, then open up the borders.
  9. I know I’m probably sounding like a broken record here but – the bonk ban, it’s got to go.
  10. Make a lump of coal Australian of the Year.

The agreement is due to be signed later this week with Barnaby tipped to chuck a hissy fit, should he not get his way over the bonk ban.

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Celebrating Independence Day Anew as Anarchists and Libertarians

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 21/06/2021 - 3:47pm in

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The 12th of June and A New Independence

Written by Malaginoo.

Independence is the reason why we wake up and fight every day, to advance and secure our lives, our fortunes, and our honor as individuals and as a people brought together by mutual care and assistance.

Malaginoo

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Why You (or anyone) Should NOT Start a Business

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 21/06/2021 - 3:36pm in

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Mula sa mga nais umaklas. Inilathala ni Aklas.

It’s always growth, increase in sales, boost in revenue year-on-year. I doubt that they account for the finite resources in their mathematical models. Or maybe they do—they just don’t care.

Mula sa mga nais umaklas

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Ano ang Mali sa Estado?

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 21/06/2021 - 3:22pm in

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Mula sa mga nais umaklas. Inilathala ni Aklas.

Kailanman, saanman, hindi monopolyo ang sagot. Wag sumunod sa mga gustong mamuno sa’tin. Kung interes lang din ang pag-uusapan, mas interesado kami sa kalayaan ng lahat ng lipunan. Hindi nila kayang hulihin tayong lahat.

Mula sa mga nais umaklas

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