Noticeably eager to escalate Labor’s national war on Catholics

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35 Responses to Noticeably eager to escalate Labor’s national war on Catholics

  1. NFA says:

    He’s a communist.

  2. Petros says:

    Many Catholics still vote for the ALP, regardless of how hostile the party is to their purported beliefs.

  3. Buccaneer says:

    A feckless ideologue who thinks if something comes out of his mouth, it’s true. What media is mercilessly bagging this clown for his astounding assertion that this is no precedent?

  4. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Sleazy and the ALP lied to the Australian public before the election last year, they lied to us about power bills, the cost of living and other things. Those lies were very transparent to many of us, well they were obvious to me. Sadly, people were rightly sick and tired of Billy Bunter Morrison and the do nothing Liberals, and so they happily ignored Sleazy and Labor’ lies and voted ALP. It was always going to end in tears.

    Everything about Sleazy has always revolved around an unholy trinity of deception, lies and thuggery, from his mother’s story to his so called love for the Catholic Church. It’s all a smokescreen. He’s a far-left, hard-left thug, who hates religion, particularly the Catholic Church. I remember feeling very uneasy during last year’s election campaign when he conveniently turned up at various Catholic churches or Catholic schools for optics. There were two occasions when I felt something not quite right in my stomach, one was when he turned up at St Mary’s Cathedral School here in Sydney during the election campaign, and was mobbed by pimply adolescent teenage boys, the other was when, at Easter, he and his squeeze, “Jodie” or whatever her name is, were pictured outside a church in north Queensland, and I remember thinking, this is a lie, it’s gaslighting.

    After Calvary, what’s next on the list…

    1. Independent and Catholic Schools.
    2. Private religious hospitals and nursing homes.

    People will not be able to say that they weren’t warned. What we are seeing is a war on Christianity in the West, they’re not even trying to hide anymore.

  5. Cassie of Sydney says:

    And you know what, perhaps it’s time religious leaders of all persuasions, but particularly Catholic leaders, called out Sleazy, and Labor. We’re living in the middle of a cultural war, and I think now is the time for people put on their armour and throw it back. I’m tired of the timid, the fearful, the cowardly, and the pigeon-hearted, who complain yet do nothing. Where are the likes of Mannix, of Cullinane and others, men who stood up to bullying. There is one man who would have stood up to this, but sadly he died in January, Cardinal George Pell.

  6. Buccaneer says:

    Frankly, elbow would be better advised to go for a holiday in Hawaii than continue to condone the dilution of rule of law that’s happening in the ACT.

  7. rosie says:

    Well said Cassie.

  8. rosie says:

    Of course Catholic priests have been quite vocal in their opposition to the attack on Calvary and Canberra Catholics have also been signing petitions and writing to local MPs but as a fair game constituency I doubt anyone in Canberra cares.

  9. Entropy says:

    Albo’s religion is Trotskyism.

  10. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “rosie says:
    31 May, 2023 at 8:01 am”

    Very true. But I think that Catholic, Anglican and other faith leaders, including Jewish leaders (who can be as spineless as the rest of them), need to point out that this sets a dangerous precedent for attacks on religious schools, and many non-Catholics send their children to Catholic schools.

  11. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Albo’s religion is Trotskyism.”

    Yep it always has been. He’s a very polished scam artist.

  12. Buccaneer says:

    No commercial business can change legislation on a whim to compulsorily acquire a competitor. People complain about businesses doing the wrong thing, but they have recourse to government to remedy the situation, when government does the wrong thing and the media refuse to hold them properly to account, we all suffer way more.

  13. John of Mel says:

    There is a big ACL campaign against this atrocity.

  14. C.L. says:

    ⬆️ 💯 Cassie

    I noticed Albanese crossing himself at the grave of Michael Somare in PNG. Lots of cameras there. I thought to myself, mmm, hang on…

    Albo to Modi: We’ll crack down on anyone attacking a Sikh temple.
    Albo to Calvary and Pell funeral attendees: Go f yourself.

    Albo to Aborigines: You must have your own chamber so we hear your voices.
    Albo to Christians: STFU.

  15. Lee says:

    Meanwhile, Dictator Dan has hit top independent schools in Victoria with a payroll tax (unlike every other state, apparently).

    Nothing to do with his virulent hatred of Catholics in particular, of course!

  16. Nix says:

    Some should tell the DLP faction.

  17. NFA says:

    Lost in all this communist authoritarian dictatorship from the WEF/UN controlled Labor/Greens is that they are going to build a “new” new hospital at a cost to all Australian long suffering taxpayers of $1 billion, before escalating union costs kick in.

    What are they going to do with Calvary Hospital?

    Blow it up like they did with the 1997 debacle of Royal Canberra Hospital on Lake Burley Griffin which wasn’t needed?

  18. NFA says:

    peddle harder crusada nix

  19. Old Lefty says:

    Someone should point out to Albo that, in backing the ACT Toytown parliament’s use of legislation to void a contract with 76 years to run, he is exposing himself to a similar sovereign risk. A future federal parliament could just as easily legislate to cancel his lucrative parliamentary pension or commute it to a weekly packet of dog biscuits.

    The sovereign risk angle to the Toytown parliament’s behaviour goes way beyond the churches.

  20. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Have they thought yet about nationalizing stuff that Jewish people own?
    It’s been done before after all.

    The Left never learns, never remembers, and never changes.

  21. Buccaneer says:

    Work sets you free, after all?

  22. Warwick says:

    I cannot see how this could happen? I know it’s Australia in 2023, so not the Australia of our births but honestly? If it gets to the High Court it will be 7 to nil in favour of the Church.

  23. and says:

    An excellent shot of Alan Brant, the sourpuss pipsqueak.

  24. and says:

    I should have been more specific… they’re both sourpuss pipsqueaks. Alan Brant is the one in the back with “News” on his forehead.

  25. Christine says:

    He has no redeeming features.
    At least none that I can see.

  26. and says:

    Nothing to do with his virulent hatred of Catholics in particular, of course!

    But… but, the Hunchback identifies as a Catholic; he says he is a Catholic. He lives in a bell tower [with a gay transprotestant].

  27. Rafiki says:

    It may be that this ends up in a giant mess to the discredit of Albanese and the ACT Labor/Greens coalition. The government must provide “just terms” compensation to the relevant church body, and the Bill for the Act to acquire the hospital does purport to do so. But the constitional requirement is very bendy, and the High Court might find the compensation is insufficient.
    If so, the result is that the Act is invalid and the acquisition would be void from the outset. All back to square one, but the hospital operations under the new regime would cease. Possibly, the ACT would rush through a retrospective acqusition with better compensation, but there would political damage, perhaps mainly to Albanese, given that it’s hard to see Labor losing an election in the ACT.

    Another rather dreadful result of all this is a revival of the sectarianism that marked Australian life through to the 1970s.

  28. Buccaneer says:

    If it goes as badly as you suggest Rafiki, then it might sort out the voters who are committed Marxists who will go along with anything for the cause and the folks who just think government is the solution for every problem

  29. Tel says:

    Albo’s religion is Trotskyism.

    He’d get on very well with the Pope.

  30. Old Lefty says:

    The voters of Canberra, who think they are so sophisticated and ever so superior to the rednecks and bogans in the rest of the country, would elect an orangutan if it was high enough on the Academics Lawyers and Perverts party or Gangreens ticket.

  31. Old Lefty says:

    Probably 6-1, Warwick, now that Dreyfus has appointed Mrs McCLellan to the High Court. By the time he has finished, it will be getting as bad as that sub-branch of the ALP Socialist Left faction that passes for a judiciary in Victoria.

  32. Old Lefty says:

    The three Labor appointees on the High Court that found in Pell’s favour were, by contrast, first and foremost judges of ability and integrity.

    So too is Sofronoff, in spite of being a Queensland Labor appointee to the bench. I’ll bet the ACT’s woke left Toytown government thought they were getting a pliable Victorian-style party hack when they picked him for the Lehmann inquiry.

  33. SydGal says:

    Thank you Cassie, C.L. and Old Lefty for your comments. Archbishop Anthony Fisher sent an email yesterday with a link to directly emailing the PM about Calvary Hospital. There was a radio interview today that staff heard about the takeover via a social media post!

  34. Entropy says:

    Tel says:
    31 May, 2023 at 7:22 pm
    Albo’s religion is Trotskyism.

    He’d get on very well with the Pope.

    Francis is a fan of Argentinean economics. In summary, it renders unto Caesar and his mates all the loot and ensures everyone else is poor and always with us.

  35. Buccaneer says:

    What’s notable, is how little reporting of the Sofronoff enquiry is making it to msm. Considering how much Higgins captured the media imagination, one might have expected the news they were being led down the garden path would be salient and they might need to recover some credibility by excising the source of that corruption?

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