Would it be bad to laugh if evac is slowed by anti-oil blockade?

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22 Responses to Would it be bad to laugh if evac is slowed by anti-oil blockade?

  1. Lee says:

    Would it be bad to laugh if evac is slowed by anti-oil blockade?


    It would be ironic if he died as a result of a climate blockade, as has happened to at least one very unfortunate person in the UK.

  2. cuckoo says:

    According to some reports, his ‘hunger strike’ consists of foregoing one meal a day. Take that, Bobby Sands! But now that you mention it, isn’t it odd that the blockade crowd haven’t blocked a road in Canberra? They would probably get too bored waiting for an actual car to appear.

  3. Fat Tony says:

    It would be ironic if he died

    No – it’d be laughable – just like those 2 blockaders who got shot in Panama a few days back.

    The time is coming that justice for ordinary people will be delivered by those ordinary people – the various West governments are subservient to the WEF and their masters and do their bidding.

  4. Buccaneer says:

    Cupid stunt

  5. jupes says:

    Mr Andrews’ wife also told the masthead it may be the end of his hunger strike, given the nature of the symptoms.

    Weak. As. Piss.

    Just imagine Mr Andrews is a 12 yr old girl and his wife is his mum. This is the sort of girly-man an emasculated society produces.

  6. Rosie says:

    He got 4500 signatures.

  7. C.L. says:

    According to some reports, his ‘hunger strike’ consists of foregoing one meal a day.

    Even the hunger strikes nowadays are “safety first.”

  8. Lee says:

    I forego one meal a day everyday, and often even two.

  9. Lee says:

    … and I am hardly fading away.

  10. Ed Case says:

    Foregoing 1 mreal a day – what a hero, a real True Believer.

  11. Ed Case says:

    According to some reports, his ‘hunger strike’ consists of foregoing one meal a day.
    Uh huh?
    Link to those reports.
    The Bolt article says he’s living on water and a teaspoon of salt a day, which means he hasn’t taken medical advice.
    He also says his teenage daughter at Melrose High won’t have a future by the end of the Century.
    By the end of trhe Century his daughter will be about 92 years old.
    Andrew Bolt needs to find some serious guests and stop phoning it in.

  12. Ed Case says:

    Bolt nalso missed a perfect opportunity when Andrews was rabbiting on about how much he respects

    … Albanese for having the bnravery and courage to call the Voice Referendum even though he knew he’d probably lose it.

    It’s exactly as Peter Dutton said:
    Albanese cynically called the Referendum with the intention of dividing the Australian people.
    Why is he traveling to Washington all the time?
    To get his latest marching orders.

  13. Christine says:

    I was told he was managing on water, pink salt and diced Mars Bars.
    He had a lot of visitors. Twit.

  14. Buccaneer says:

    Dropping in the piece about the voice was a standard leftist tactic to muddy the waters about the issue at hand in attempt to divert the argument. Bolt would have been better advised to ask him ‘if the climate issue is so important you are prepared to go on hunger strike, why are you distracting the audience with mention of the voice.’

    Bolt has lost a step or two.

  15. NFA says:

    I would have been totally convinced by his argument if he had set himself on fire and burnt to death

  16. Ed Case says:

    I tend to believe he was on the water diet with the salt, since he said he didn’t feel hunger after day 3, which is true.
    There were Saints who fasted for years way back, but we’re full of heavy metals now, so 16 days is a good effort, since he [was] a fat bloke who doesn’t care about his health.
    I’d say he woulda lost at least 25 kilos.
    Meanwhile, Oil is Abiotic anyway, they’re drilling so deep now, there’s no possibilitry that those deposits formed from decomposing plant matter.

  17. Lee says:

    Talking about climate activists (and the mentally challenged), Greta Thunberg is now calling for “climate justice on occupied land” (Palestine), whatever that means.

    She was mildly amusing in a negative way as a teenager, used by her parents and others for the climate “cause,” but now, aged 20, she is just embarrassing herself, promoting just about every Marxist cause under the sun.

  18. Christine says:

    I agree with NFA.

    A suitably exotic method, for the times.

  19. C.L. says:

    Brutal. 🔥🔥

  20. Dunny Brush says:

    Hope the ambos have the decency to charge him full freight. Can’t imagine his health insurers picking this tab up.

  21. NFA says:

    Brutal. 🔥🔥

    and convincing of his seriousness!

  22. bollux says:

    I forgo 5 meals a day after aiming for 8. doesn’t this dope realise he would have had more impact if he kept it up until… well, you know.

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