Wokeback Mountain

The cooperative, nonpartisan aspect [of the relationship] plays very well with voters who, at the federal election, supported independents largely because they rejected that sort of hyper-partisan style that the Morrison government pursued.”

– Left-wing politics lecturer Dr Geoffrey Robinson tells the left-wing Guardian that Premier Perrottet is on a winner by working to promote left-wing policies with a left-wing extremist

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22 Responses to Wokeback Mountain

  1. Pommy Al says:

    Firstly; you have to be dumb enough to believe anything that comes out of SCUMBAG Andews mouth and then also believe moronic perrotet is a liberal. A liberal who leaves a psycho green idiot like Keane in charge of energy policy.
    Give me a fucking break.

    On steroids × a million

  2. Lee says:

    Morrison’s “style” is “hyper-partisan”?
    What a joke!
    I can’t think of a Liberal PM who has been more accommodating with the left, when not actually siding with it, unless it was Turnbull.
    Robinson is a moron.
    As George Orwell said: “there are some ideas so absurd that only an intellectual could believe them.”

  3. Bluey says:

    As I posted over on the cat:

    Morrison is emblematic of everything wrong with the Liberal party. Stood for nothing in an attempt to get those who will only ever hate him to like him, while throwing those who he nominally represents under the bus to please them.

  4. Fat Tony says:

    No surprises here with the Uniparty.

    They are not on our side, they work for their real masters – WEF, CCP, Bilderberg Group…. anyone but the Australian people.

  5. NoFixedAddress says:

    Next thing you know they will be building fences and creating camps, but will the trains run on time?

  6. Tel says:

    I can’t think of a Liberal PM who has been more accommodating with the left, when not actually siding with it, unless it was Turnbull.

    And none of them have received any benefit from their kowtowing … the left does not negotiate, they don’t keep promises, they don’t do deals. They only understand power: who is weak and who is strong. If you give them something it means you are weak. If you hurt them then they respect you.

    Sad … but that’s how they operate.

    Robinson is a moron.

    He is an intelligent person who thinks most of his audience are morons … thus talks down to them while laughing inside. It’s largely a self-selecting system when you think about it.

    As George Orwell said: “there are some ideas so absurd that only an intellectual could believe them.”

    Some intellectuals spend their effort learning about real things, and how to develop science, technology, philosophy, and perhaps even economics. Others practice getting their hypocrisy nice and smooth, learning how to to gaslight anyone who might call them out, using the emotive words that don’t actually make rational sense but initially sound impressive.

    No doubt there are a mix of these extremes out there.

  7. vlad redux says:

    Perottet came to nothing pretty fast – and to think how the left was demonising him before he took the reins, because he had more than 2.4 children and went to church on Sunday.

    Up like a rocket, down like a stick.

  8. Not Trampis says:

    What is left wing about early childhood education?
    to some someone who is to the right of Genghis Khan everyone is left wing.

  9. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    To someone who is to the left of Stalin, everyone is right wing.

  10. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    PS, You are demonstrating your gross ignorance again. Genghis Khan ruled a highly collectivised nation. Not much room for independent thought under the Great Khan!

  11. Buccaneer says:

    Per se, there is nothing left wing about early childhood education. Paying for it and delivering the service from government is though.

    As for the saying to the right of Ghengis Khan, the concept of right and left didn’t arise until after the French Revolution. And Ghengis was closer to Stalin in brutality and governance than any other modern character, perhaps one might observe though, he was likely smarter and more charismatic than Stalin.

  12. C.L. says:

    What is left wing about early childhood education?

    It was invented solely to undermine the traditional family and put women back into the workforce. Three and four year-olds don’t require institutionalised ‘learning.’ They require their mothers.

    ‘Early childhood’ education was pioneered in the USSR.

  13. Not Trampis says:

    So says the unmarried male!
    Listen to your self. you are a whacko.

  14. Boambee John says:

    So says the unmarried male!
    Listen to your self. you are a whacko.

    Behold the “logical” argument of the mindless Non Mentis. A mixture of personal attack based on marital status and abuse. This is how the fascist left rolls, no logic, just abuse.

  15. Lee says:

    Listen to your self. you are a whacko.

    Classic projection.

  16. Not Trampis says:

    for peters sake, research shows it is the first two years that are important.
    Only a moron would say early childhood education was ‘invented’ to undermine the family.
    They are the most important years in education.

  17. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    for peters sake, research shows it is the first two years that are important.

    Modern “research” tends to say whatever the commissioner of the “research” wants it to say. The time when academic “research” could automatically be accepted as disinterested (as different to uninterested) has long passed.

    Still, if it is only the first two years that are important, there seems to be significant scope for savings in the education “industry”.

    PS, which “first two years? The proposed one plus pre-school? Pre-school plus kindy? Kindy plus Year 1? Will the year before the currently proposed one suddenly become one of the “important” first two years?

    PPS, I believe that the expression is “For Pete’s sake”, you should attempt to gain the habit of proof-reading your drivel before posting it.

  18. Buccaneer says:

    I suppose from a teacher’s perspective, one who wants easy to manage pupils, NM is probably right.

    From a student’s perspective, I doubt many people look back on their educational years and pin pre school as the time that was the lynch pin in their life.

    From an observational perspective, it’s obvious that children develop at different times for different pursuits. Carl Lewis for example was an average athlete in high school. Albert Einstein an average student.

    It seems to me that pre school is earmarked as a good time to introduce concepts that won’t be contested. It’s too late in high school, they are already suspicious of authority.

  19. Buccaneer says:

    Oh, and show us the research so we can see if it’s worth believing. Research told us tobacco was safe to smoke when it was commissioned by tobacco companies.

  20. twostix says:

    What is left wing about early childhood education?

    A vast system that forced toddlers into government funded nurseries was a central plank of the Bolshevik revolution, but you already know that.

    Mothers as well as fathers were expected to work in factories, farms, and offices. To meet this end, a nationwide network of children’s nurseries—creches, were formed by the Soviet Government’s Institute for the Protection of Women and Children to manage the child care of infants and small children.

    The creche workers focused not only on caring for the children, but also counseled mothers on proper child care at home and worked to indoctrinate mothers with Soviet ideals. Equality for men and women was an important tenet in Soviet Russia, and mothers who expressed extreme attachment to their children were counseled on their role as a worker in society, and the contribution they made for the glory of communism and Soviet progress. In addition, creche workers taught mothers that the creche was better than home life: The children received proper nutrition; were made to exercise vigorously for muscle development; were taught to live on a strict schedule in such a way as to foster good factory, military, or farm work habits; and were provided with medical care by the doctors and nurses on staff at creches who caught illness before it became too severe. With this counsel, the creche served to spread Soviet propaganda, reduce child mortality, and help with the transition from family life under the old monarchical system to the ideal Soviet society, with women, men, and children serving the interests of the state through conformity, hard work, and equality.

  21. twostix says:

    Modern Research(tm) has produced Gen Y and Z, the most over socialised, state ‘educated’ generation in the history of the anglosphere – many having been in quasi-state ‘education’ since they were six week old babies.

    Research also shows they’re academic and social retards, and mutilate their bodies and have infinite levels of mental illness, but ignore that little problem and it’s ok.

  22. twostix says:

    The complete collapse in modern literacy coincidentally coincides perfectly with the increase in “early learning” and “Modern Research” methods in “educating” babies.

    Communist answer? Make state education more compulsory! No escape! Unshackle mothers from the domestic dungeon for the perfect freedom of the shop floor and cubicle!

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