Prime Minister defends war veterans – but only if they’re dead

Speaking from Washington DC, the Prime Minister said the Shrine was a sacred site and not a place of protest.

“The conduct was disgraceful,” he said.

“It was disrespectful and it dishonoured those Australians who have made the ultimate sacrifice and I would hope any and all who were in that should be ashamed.”

This entry was posted in Fake conservatism, Hypocrisy of the left. Bookmark the permalink.

5 Responses to Prime Minister defends war veterans – but only if they’re dead

  1. jupes says:

    Oh no! Now the guardians of public morals and behaviour – the AFL clubs – have weighed in:

    AFL clubs blast ‘disgusting’ war memorial protest

    “The [Richmond] club is disgusted that today’s protest was staged at such a sacred place and those involved should be ashamed of their behaviour.

    Sanctimonious fuckwits.

  2. C.L. says:

    The Tomb of the Unknown Australian Soldier is sacred because it is, apart from everything else, a grave. The others are worthy of the same respect afforded all monuments that are public property and which memorialise historical personages. Which is to say, they deserve as much respect as your neighbour’s footpath but not as much as a church. They are not “sacred.” They are not consecrated.

  3. Not Trampis says:

    yes there is nothing that is scared on earth.

    however only brainless thugs would piss on such a monument. That action showed everything about how much respect they have for people who have died in battle

  4. Rex Anger says:

    however only brainless thugs would piss on such a monument

    Still no confirmed proof of that, Paxton.

    Stop swallowing baits.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.