Canberra vamps prove why we must never ‘believe all women’

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113 Responses to Canberra vamps prove why we must never ‘believe all women’

  1. jupes says:

    Amazing that in Canberra, bottom pinching is headline news and the victims of it are “survivors”.

    Meanwhile in Wadeye, Jilkminggan, Belyuen, Yarrabar and Palm Island …

  2. Ed Case says:

    Reporting in the Weekend Australian is that female staffers and MPs had been warned ‘to steer clear of Senator Van’.
    So, it wasn’t a secret, if you can believe The Australian.

    Queensland started the madness of woman Senators in 1946, when they axed a Senator who’d been there since 1917 and replaced him with Annabel Rankin, daughter of squatters who owned Coal Mines, Timber Mills, Cattle Stations, and the Howard Power House.
    She was in the Senate the next 25 years and achieved absolutely nothing.

  3. C.L. says:

    From SydGal (previous page):

    I wonder how the journalists knew about the Stoker/Van Nov 2020 incident. Stoker had reported it to M Cash. Presumably also reported to the Jenkins Review which commenced March 2021 (900 out of 4,000 staff replied to the survey). Was it leaked to journalists by someone? A lot of leaking going on at the moment. Recent Skynews story:

    “Senator Van is right to say we buried the hatchet, and were able to work constructively following the incident. We did. He didn’t repeat the behaviour toward me.

    “I have never courted attention over the matter. Yesterday, however, many journalists approached me, who clearly knew about the incident and planned to report on it. Though I would have preferred for the matter to remain private and in the past, I felt it important to ensure that, if the matter was to be reported, it was done so accurately.”

    Mmm. 🤔

  4. Ed Case says:

    Meanwhile in Wadeye, Jilkminggan, Belyuen, Yarrabar and Palm Island …

    It’s ‘Yarrabah’.
    I was at Cairns hospital casualty 40 years ago, posters on the wall warned about Yaws and Syphilis.
    Enquiry elicited the response ‘The Aboriginal Community’.
    It sounded pretty bad, and it’s likely to be much worse, since
    #1. Syphilis is often symptomless
    #2. It mimics other diseases
    #3. Minute quantities of Arsenic in Beer act as a partial treatment, but don’t prevent transmission from Mother to Child in the womb.

  5. Christine says:

    “the madness of woman Senators” – you can read some funny things here.

    I don’t care how tall this Van is.
    A man knows when a woman gives him a thump, in a social setting – he knows she’s displeased that he grabbed her arse (it’s not “ass” over here). These delicate female politicians are pathetic.

  6. A reader says:

    If you think Stoker is delicate, you have no understanding of her

  7. Ed Case says:

    What’s her delicateness or otherwise got to do with it?
    You aren’t excusing the AssGrabber, by any chance?

  8. Boambee John says:

    Turd Case still enthusiastically shilling for Labor.

  9. NFA says:

    what Boambee John says…

  10. Buccaneer says:

    There’s a fair bet the incoherent ramblings of ED are paid for by your tax dollars.

  11. Christine says:

    I’m going for the last word here.
    I think the arse-grabber looks like a smart-arse; but that’s just appearances and my view of him.
    What I’m saying is: the grabbee evidently gave him a chance for another go. She didn’t deal with it on the spot.
    She’s either a delicate flower who can’t push back, or she’s a schemer.
    The reason that I dislike her isn’t her eyes being set too close together.

  12. Ed Case says:

    Senator Van’s eyes are quite close together.
    Hadn’t noticed that before.

  13. Buccaneer says:

    More worthless psycho babble from Ed.

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