Mrs Bandt alive and well at the coal-fired Cost of Living Ball

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28 Responses to Mrs Bandt alive and well at the coal-fired Cost of Living Ball

  1. rosie says:

    Bowen wants Australians to have the cheapest energy of all, no energy.
    I’m not convinced that nuclear is the most expensive option, (gas peaking power apparently pips it at the post), and the article I glanced at suggests that might be due to nuclear stagnation. Elbow’s scaremongering about location, laughable.
    Catch a train in the French countryside, you’ll see them in the midst of green farmland. Premature closure of nuclear plants might make them look more expensive than they should be.

  2. cuckoo says:

    One of the saddest things about leftist politics in this country is the way it tries to ape whatever happened in America last week. This sad, stupid woman is of course channeling the dress that AOC wore to the Met gala, and failing badly.

  3. Jackie Howe-Singlet says:

    Cary Bandt

  4. Shy Ted says:

    Jewellery, cosmetics, fabrics made from…? Got to give her credit though, I wouldn’t touch Bandit without gloves.

  5. Buccaneer says:

    Burning cow shit kills more quickly

  6. C.L. says:

    I will say this for the Ukrainian ambassador: he knows how to dress.

    The other men pictured look like slobs. Nobody has ever taught them about shoes, the correct length of a trouser leg, how to wear a coat or how to tie a bow. Australian men can be gormless prats when it comes to formal occasions: they feel as though they have to show off their reverse-poshness. I’ve noticed in recent years that many wear black ties rather than bows at balls – even though it makes them look like undertakers.

    One other thing: no government MP was wearing a mask.
    They wear them in Question Time but not at a ball.


  7. C.L. says:

    Interesting you mention France, Rosie. I was looking at nuke reactor numbers when I read that Guardian report. France (roughly the size of NSW) has 56, Western Europe 131.

    Didn’t seem to worry Albo when he visited.

  8. Franx says:

    The theory was not disproven.

  9. C.L. says:

    Bandt’s wife likes to show something off on formal occasions:

    Like “coal kills” shaved onto her head.

    Or her boobs.

  10. local oaf says:

    She’s showing a lot of skin there in her sleeveless propaganda rag, hope the venue was nice and warm. Only heated by renewable energy of course.

  11. Old School Conservative says:

    Some random thoughts from the Daily Mail article:
    * lots of “partners”, few traditional monikers of “husband” or “wife”.
    * Sarah looks quite ugly despite the many hours spent preparing to look gorgeous. I feel sorry for her.
    * There must have been a sign up somewhere saying “hand-holding is compulsory”.
    * I detect schisms between the Greens.
    * No bias at all in reporting that Mr Joyce was seen slinking away moments before the ball began and was the butt of multiple jokes. while on the other hand Mr Chalmers and the others moved away

  12. Lee says:

    PM grills Peter Dutton on location of power plants amid Coalition’s nuclear push.

    This from the PM of the party that is quite happy to have solar panels and wind turbines over an area the size of several Tasmanias.

  13. jupes says:

    One other thing: no government MP was wearing a mask.
    They wear them in Question Time but not at a ball.


  14. Not Trampis says:

    They wear masks at question time because they are sitting in close proximity. See anyone else in the photo?

  15. jupes says:

    Journos love this ball, because it confirms their power is on par with the politicians. In their mind anyway but there is some truth to that. Public servants must hate it because they have to stay home.

  16. Not Trampis says:

    not in close proximity. try again

  17. Old Lefty says:

    Curious, isn’t it, how our woke left pseudo-intellectuals’ love of obscure French theory is undimmed by nuclear-phobia. They certainty don’t let it put them off from visiting France. Or do they think their favourite French leftists of the 60s and 70s wrote by candlelight to avoid using nuclear-generated power?

    PS: I have cruised past several nuclear power plants along the Rhone and lived to tell the tale.

  18. Terry says:


    Their phobia is not of nuclear, but of cheap and reliable energy.

    As a proxy for freedom, they despise it and mean to destroy it by any means necessary.

    The damage caused is a feature, not a bug.

    If each of the many manufactured crises had not presented as opportunities to further this aim, then they would have to be, well, manufactured (some theories espouse that they were).

    Humanity cannot be perfected (“evolved”) without first liberating it from the burden of free will, choice, and happiness; substituted with supervision, “safety”, and control.

    Enslavement of your mind, body, and soul is their goal.

  19. and says:

    Mrs Bandt alive and well at the coal-fired Cost of Living Ball

    Doesn’t she look GangGreenously eye-catching, pictured above with her wife, Alana Brant

  20. and says:

    Been to the Catskills, but not the Gaskills.

  21. Tel says:

    PM grills Peter Dutton on location of power plants amid Coalition’s nuclear push.

    Fishing for ideas … since Labor never have any of their own.

    Dutton should explain that the Australian nuclear plans were right there on Trump’s desk getting reviewed … but unfortunately now temporarily relocated.

  22. Buccaneer says:

    Dutton should just tell them he has a plan, apparently that gets you elected, you don’t have to have one.

  23. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Bandt’s missus looks like something out of a Hammer House of Horror movie.

  24. Not Trampis says:

    typical deplorables can’t even do basic maths.
    Nuclear is quite easily the most expensive energy source and could only compete with coal fired power station doing the useless base load with a price on power.

    Ziggy said so some time ago when he examined the issue and he was pro-nuclear. Finkel found the same thing.

  25. Entropy says:

    Stop embarrassing yourself with this sad trolling.

  26. Entropy says:

    I actually think she looks pretty good, wrecked dress aside. The vandalism of the dress of course, as a reflection of her mind more than offsets her looks.

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