Perrottet government announces ban on pretty much all sex

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11 Responses to Perrottet government announces ban on pretty much all sex

  1. jupes says:

    I can only imagine they are doing this to suck up to radical feminists. But why? Radical feminists are never going to vote for them and why would they want to attract those harridans?

    Stupid and absurb beyond belief.

  2. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Can someone please answer this question for me….what is the point of voting Liberal? Time and time again, we vote Liberal/National, and we get abortion, euthanasia and now these ludicrous “consent” laws pushed by scum LINO’S like Speakman….all on steroids.

    As Rod Dreher pointed out in his speech last week to National Conservatives in Florida…Youngkin’s victory in Virginia will be in vain if he does nothing to curb woke rubbish.

    Back to Speakman. Mark Steyn aptly described this weasel last year, on the back of Speakman joining in on the assault of Bettina Arndt (so much for caring about the feelings of women…oh I forget, it just depends on which side the woman is on the culture wars)…..

    ““Screw you, Mr Attorney General of NSW. You’re supposed to be the Attorney General of a jurisdiction that believes in the random cacophony of conflicting ideas and you want to revoke the Order of Australia from a woman who is guilty of no crime other than of disagreeing with you. Up yours, you’re unfit for your office. Why don’t we revoke your job?”

    Steyn always gets it right.

  3. Tel says:

    Can we have positive vaccination consent laws?

    Isn’t it weird? The same government that has done more to take away people’s right of consent and control over their own bodies … now wants to impose hardships on perfectly happy married couples in the name of “consent” which obviously the Liberal Party never believed in to begin with.

    Latham is right again.

  4. Tel says:

    Time and time again, we vote Liberal/National …

    There might have been a time, but there won’t be again.

    The Liberals are last on my list forever … and the ALP will be second last. Even the Greens are looking just a tiny bit better, mostly because they still just slightly believe in privacy (when it suits them). I would prefer to deal with a genuine upfront enemy than a backstabber, seriously.

    I’m open to suggestions about parties but Latham is looking darn good in comparison to the others.

  5. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Tel says:
    11 November, 2021 at 8:08 am”

    Agree with every word you wrote.

  6. Boambee John says:

    The Liberals are last on my list forever … and the ALP will be second last. Even the Greens are looking just a tiny bit better, mostly because they still just slightly believe in privacy (when it suits them). I would prefer to deal with a genuine upfront enemy than a backstabber, seriously.

    In a Senate election before optional preferential came in, I voted below the line. I eventually put the Communists ahead of the Greens, because the former were at least honest about their intentions.

  7. Texas Jack says:

    Tel says:
    11 November, 2021 at 8:08 am

    I’m open to suggestions about parties but Latham is looking darn good in comparison to the others.

    Tel, like you I’d vote for Mark Latham in a heartbeat; if you can please get him to run for the Federal Senate, I’m sure many Currency Lad fans will back you in! But, I’d also encourage you to keep an open mind on the LDP. JR, Newman & Co might become very important, and I’d like them to increase their visibility – and more-actively promote their platform. There must be hundreds of thousands of disaffected ex-Libs (and now Nats) who would support the ONE/UAP/LDP grouping in one form or another.

  8. jupes says:

    LDP need to get rid of their open borders policy before I would consider giving them a vote. The big fella and Pauline are ahead of them at the minute.

  9. Ed Case says:

    Couple can be on the outs but still go to sleep in the same bed. Sometimes the situation improves, sometimes it don’t.
    Unspoken is that there’s to be no tussling.
    Sounds to me that some bloke went a’ tusslin’ whilst someone else was asleep and things ended up in the Courts.
    This Legislation appears to clarify matters.

  10. Chris M says:

    Government demands you be repeatedly and forcefully injected with an unknown substance that may or may not give you a disease.

    But if a non-government person tries this it’s a terrible crime.

    Ergo Govt is a mass rapist, prove me wrong.

  11. Morsie says:

    I suspect at the next House election I will have the choice of Lib, Lab and three others who are either officially Green or fellow travellers, just like last time.
    Its depressing.

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