There is no evidence these handy ‘comments’ were ever made

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28 Responses to There is no evidence these handy ‘comments’ were ever made

  1. Buccaneer says:

    That’s what happens when candidates don’t bother to do the work and just expect to be elected because of their gender or the faction they are aligned to. In the end the best resume one can have is lobbying the members and convincing a majority of them to vote for you, the rest is all fluff. Matt Kean isnt interested in democracy because his candidates are too entitled to actually convince pre selectors they are worth voting for.

  2. C.L. says:

    Raffoul has curated a sexism kerfuffle based on her own hearsay to secure preselection in Parramatta. For that reason, I hope she fails.

  3. Rockdoctor says:

    She’s exactly what we need less of in parliament. Lawyer, never worked outside the party and seems to be eager to push barrows that suit her. That said she’s run interference for a lowlife like Ellott ‘nuf said.

    Also +1000 to Buccaneer’s first line. Sounds like Ellott’s verbosity is likely to stymie her sense of entitlement.

    BTW don’t look for her profile, on LinkedIn either as it has vanished. I found bit & prices to work out after Uni, from 2017 till now she’s been a staffer. Seems her bosses accusations of inexperienced men also include her and she’s trying to hide that.

  4. Franx says:

    All becoming a bit redolent of stasi tactics where mere spectral allusions to an investigation about nonexistent offences is deemed the evidence.
    And to think that the national broadcaster ran with the complaint.

  5. Rockdoctor says:

    Further pondering on the alleged offending statement I wonder if it was as simple as she was too young and to get some life experience then run later.

  6. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Mr Elliott said the comments were “completely inappropriate” and highlighted the bias against women among Liberal rank-and-file members.”

    Hmm, could this be the same David Elliott who made completely inappropriate comments in July 2021, when ordinary men and women took to the streets to peacefully protest lockdowns because they were rightly worried about how they were going to put food on the table. What were Elliott’s inappropriate comments? He called the protesters, mainly men and women from Western Sydney….”boofheads”.

    I don’t like to swear on your blog C.L. But Elliott, is an effing hypocrite, a despicable scumbag who, if there was any justice in this country (and there isn’t), would be facing prosecution alongside his political comrades, Gladbag and Health Hazzard.

  7. C.L. says:

    The two of them cooked this up – timed perfectly to coincide with the post-election ‘diversity’ drive.

    I will laugh loudly if another woman – one with a real c.v. – wins preselection.

  8. Wyndham Dix says:

    “I have been told that it’s best for me to go and settle down and have children and then think about a political career as I won’t have time to do that in parliament,” she told the ABC.

    Words which if uttered two and three generations ago would have been taken as a statement of the obvious, when women knew that theirs was the role of giving birth, suck and nurture to the replacement generation, supported by their husbands. Even the staunch feminist Camille Paglia recognises the role that men played in this replacement, by which she and I do not mean merely the fleeting pleasure of the marital embrace.

    Today most women worship the false gods of money and status, all the while presiding over a total fertility rate in continuing decline. The problem is chronic in South Korea and some European countries.

    There is, it seems, not one man or woman in political and corporate power with the wit to recognise the irreparable harm being done to society by the modern Western female’s unwillingness to breed in sufficient numbers. The problem is exacerbated by the fact that collectively she has caused governments to import growing numbers of adults and children from foreign cultures to bolster economic activity; activity which would otherwise be achieved by native children growing to maturity and eventually continuing the cycle of reproduction.

    We need not wonder why housing is no longer affordable to young people on a single income, nor why people principally of Caucasian descent are un-breeding themselves to eventual extinction

    The actions of Ms Raffoul and her ilk have consequences of which she seems oblivious.

  9. C.L. says:

    She’s exactly what we need less of in parliament.

    Hear hear, R.D.

  10. Rafiki says:

    Yes CL. Kean’s statement “if they were said” makes it clear that his position – which may do much to clear the way for Labor – is based, so far as he knows, on unsupported supposition.
    Extraordinary, in the full sense of this word. The NSW Liberals are imploding.

  11. Rosie says:

    No we need more Kelly O’Dwyers in parliament juggling full time parliamentary responsibilities and very small children and doing justice to neither.

  12. Mantaray says:

    And there was never any evidence that B Higgins was raped, or even F’ed….or even groped in Parliament House, yet the outcome (millions for Brittany) is well-known.

    This chick is hoping for some kinda “monetization” of this BS…FOR SURE!

  13. Entropy says:

    Rosie, there is some truth to your sarc, however I personally sick to death of liberal party apparatchiks with zero life experience outside head office or a minister’s office getting preslection.

  14. Buccaneer says:

    NSW liberals aren’t imploding, Kean is blowing them up so he can be opposition leader. He will then blow up the preselection process so he can install his own candidates, the excuse is already out there, he asserts the current process does not select the ‘right’ candidates. But that is only according to his own preferences.

  15. Rafiki says:

    Is this it? Perrottet and Kean et al have noticed the big money available from the profiteerers of the green subsidy scam, and to attract it to them, and away from the Teal women, want to control and re-fashion the Liberals. Or even to break away if necessary. Perhaps they have in mind a merger with Teals. Given the rising support for the Teals, this could well happen before the next State election.
    Interesting times ahead.

  16. Rafiki says:

    Our posts crossed Buccaneer.

  17. bollux says:

    I don’t think women pre menopause should be considered for political office. They’re ruled by the moon and it doesn’t work out too well for the rest of us. Well, at least it hasn’t in Queensland.

  18. Rosie says:

    I agree Entropy, much prefer someone who’s got a few years in work outside the bubble under their belt.

  19. Buccaneer says:

    Rafiki, I think there is some merit in exploring that line of thought, but suspect many LP members wouldn’t want to go there even if Kean thinks that is the place to go. The teals are simply a party of vested interests and associated hangers on who have profited from the ALP stitch ups around higgins and porters. It’s cream for the ALP that the teals might drag the LP further left.

    Perrottet’s problem is that atm, he is dependent on Keans votes to remain leader, that will change if the current preselection process is allowed to work the way it is intended to. Morrison blew it up at the federal election because both Ley and Hawke were going to go and there is a knock on for this state election simply around timelines because it follows so closely.

    I note that all the candidates where preselection was railroaded at the federal election lost.

  20. Rafiki says:

    You clearly know more about the state of the NSW Liberals than I do. Let me however waste a few more pixels shooting the breeze.

    Maybe it’s the vested interests who bankrolled the Teals that would be attractive to the Kean faction. Will he offer the prospect of a big war chest to fight Labor if his faction is given control? If he deals with the Teals, he might promise the Liberals that the inner Sydney seats will come back to the Libs. (If the Teals backers promise support to Kean, the Teal candidates will be told what to do.)

    If the preselections go against him, he might consider a split. I suspect (on little direct knowledge) that some (maybe a lot of) branches would be happy to join him.

    The disarray suggests to me that something going to blow.

  21. Not Trampis says:

    do you lot realise Elliot is on the party’s right wing?
    I doubt if he and Matt Kean agree on anything.

  22. C.L. says:

    Do you realise that not everyone is a loyalist robot like you?

  23. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    Elliott is on the idiot wing, as is Kean.

  24. Buccaneer says:

    Rafiki, no doubt Kean is interested in the dollars, shy would Holmes a court give them to him? He would give up all his bargaining power, he has total control of the teals, if one steps out of line, he cuts them off.

  25. Old Lefty says:

    If Labor could put up someone with the common sense of Dan Mahony (1959-76) or his successor Barry Wilde, they would romp in. But today’s New Class fraud probably wouldn’t even give them a members ticket.

  26. Rafiki says:

    I’m just speculating, and don’t have any basis to give an informed opinion. Maybe Holmes a Court would continue to control the Teals and tell them to reach an understanding with a Kean-led rump; this being to work as a coalition if these 2 groups can command a majority in the Assembly. Green energy subsidies would be high in their agenda.

    My speculations are prompted by 1) faction fighting within the Liberals; 2) the prospect that Teals might end up with say 6 or so seats; and 3) Labor looking a lot better than last time.

    My thinking is that something dramatic is on the cards. But maybe the Liberlas won’t split and Kean et al hope to get control in opposition.

    Thanks for the interchange

  27. Buccaneer says:

    No probs Rafiki, worth the speculation. I’d point out though that Holmes a court and the teals are eating Keans liberals for lunch not perrottet or Hawkes liberals, as they are competing for the same political ground and the same seats, there is really nothing in that equation for Holmes a court.

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