All of Australia’s problems solved, Albo hits the beaches of Fiji

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21 Responses to All of Australia’s problems solved, Albo hits the beaches of Fiji

  1. Rockdoctor says:

    Kevin 747 redux. Except they’ve all been at it…

  2. Prospero says:

    For someone who attacks the Left for not being able to face reality about biological “male” and “female”, you seem to have the same problem with a straightforward understanding of “work” and “holiday”.

  3. Prospero says:

    It’s no doubt annoying you greatly that Wong has clearly been well received on the international stage, and that conservative regional politicians don’t go “ooh yuck, a lesbian” instead of welcoming her.

  4. C.L. says:

    Just a bit of harmless fun, Prospero. Nothing about Miss Wong’s lesbianism.

    Labor and its supporters asked for return of serve with their ridiculous criticism of Morrison who, for all his faults, was an industrious man. He also had small children and a wife to reward for his many absences – which wasn’t true for Albanese when he criticised him.

  5. Buccaneer says:

    Someone seems a bit touchy about that topic…

  6. Boambee John says:

    Buccaneer

    The ghost of Goff Whitless haunts Preposterous?

  7. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Labor and its supporters asked for return of serve with their ridiculous criticism of Morrison who, for all his faults, was an industrious man. He also had small children and a wife to reward for his many absences – which wasn’t true for Albanese when he criticised him.”

    Quite so…and they’re going to get the same treatment that was metered out to Morrison. You reap what you sow.

  8. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Fun that Albo goes to a climate jawfest in the semifascist country of Fiji, which has been a pariah for 35 years.

    Especially since Herr Bainimarama, who is still boss, says today that nations like his are drowning terribly from da rising seas (3 mm/yr in the satellite data). It’s especially fun since their highest mountain is 1324 m, which seems fairly adequate for avoiding being submerged.

    Methinks munni may be a driving force behind all this rubbish.

    (I know it’s the Pacific Islands Forum not technically a climapalooza, but it’ll be global warming booga booga for most of it I think.)

  9. Pommy Al says:

    Obviously both wearing unisex 19th century convict shirts. All good then. Sickmaking

  10. and says:

    Dennis & Benny look so smart in their Fijian wear.

  11. Tel says:

    For someone who attacks the Left for not being able to face reality about biological “male” and “female”, you seem to have the same problem with a straightforward understanding of “work” and “holiday”.

    Fairly sure that “work” and “holiday” are social constructs … while “male” and “female” are biological science.

    You might want to brush up a little there.

    Besides that … the Authoritarian Left already did it to ScoMo when he went on holiday, meaning they have implicitly given consent to have the same done back to them (yeah, that’s how consent works these days, you do it to the other guy, you fully accept the same done to you).

  12. Hugh says:

    I don’t go “Ooh yuck, a lesbian.” I go “Ooh yuck, someone who denies a child its natural right to being raised by their biological father and mother in a natural family.” Big difference.

    Homosexually inclined people have married people of the opposite sex and had very happy families.

  13. Hugh says:

    So, I don’t care if that person who advocates denying this right is homo or hetero inclined personally. They’re still yukky. Or, more technically, morally wrong.

  14. False Equivalence says:

    Hugh: helpful to have a morality expert on hand.

  15. Prospero says:

    This was a CL comment on 27 May this year:

    Sending a wooden lesbian to Pacific nations will be read as a sign of contempt, weakness and degeneracy.

    Not nice, I know, but this is foreign policy in the non-Western world.
    Nice is irrelevant.

    I see no evidence at all that this is true. Quite the opposite.

    In fact I will go further: in Wong and Albo, we have a lot of sincere effort on show to reach out and mend relationships with near neighbours, but without the Messiah complex that came with Kevin Rudd attempting the same with (say) China. It is very pleasing, and in particular, makes local foreign relations efforts under the Morrison government look pathetic.

  16. Boambee John says:

    Preposterous

    Check out the Solomon Islands government reaction to that “sincere effort”.

  17. Lee says:

    A realistic assessment of Wong, vis-à-vis China.

  18. Prospero says:

    This reaction?:

    Albanese met Solomon Islands prime minister, Manasseh Sogavare, on Wednesday to discuss regional security and climate change, as well as the leaders of Fiji, the Federated States of Micronesia and Samoa in separate bilateral meetings.

    Sogavare greeted Albanese warmly, asking him for a hug, but alluded to tensions between the countries, telling him: “We are family, there are issues [but] that makes family strong.”

    “I had a very constructive meeting with prime minister Sogavare yesterday. And I sat with him at dinner last night,” Albanese said.

    “One of the things we need to do is build personal relations between Australia and our friends in the Pacific. To make sure that our interests, but also their interests, are protected.”

    Albanese said climate change was the “number one” issue for Pacific nations, because it is “a threat to their very existence”, and noted his government’s higher emissions reduction ambition had been welcomed by Australia’s neighbours.

  19. Boambee John says:

    Preposterous

    You don’t have much knowledge of diplomacy, do you? Sogavare will say “whatever it takes” to keep that Klimate Change munni flowing. Doesn’t mean he likes either AnAl or Wong.

  20. Tel says:

    Slightly off topic, and I had to scroll back to at least find something relevant to Australia.

    https://equitymates.com/episode/expert-stephen-koukoulas-do-interest-rates-only-work-in-sydney-and-melbourne/

    Life should not always be serious, and if you want a good chuckle … here’s this gag where the hosts pretend to ask sensible questions and their guest doesn’t realize that he is the joke. It’s worth a listen … but as the disclaimer says, “ABSOLUTELY NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE”.

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