Saturday, September 21, 2002

Ever notice that in families headed by appalling right-wing Afghan baby-eating patriarchs the offspring rebel; whereas in those headed by kind, spiritual, benign fathers the offspring tend to emulate them?

Interesting isn't it?

Another sign that Nazism is on the rise in Australia.

Friday, September 20, 2002

I'm feeling quite erky fellow travellers. You see bilby-killing, Starbucks coffee-drinking, freedom fighter-slandering racist Nazi Tim Blair is sneering at Bob Brown's very wise suggestion on Lateline that John Howard should go to Iraq and meet with Saddam Hussein.

As fellow traveller Tariq Ali once pointed out on the same show, "these are not crazy people".

Still, I fear that even if Howard took Bob Brown's advice, the trip would be doomed. You see, he is just so repressed, so full of Eurocentric joylessness that he wouldn't be able to connect with the warm, affable Hussein.

Clearly Howard's chi is severely blocked. The only time he does manage a grin is when he is performing his appalling Nazi salute. He's so far gone, so blocked, that even one of my patented, paradigm-busting creative sneezing sessions wouldn't be able to free him.

To be honest, I just don't know what the solution is.

Oh it's appalling. Just appalling.

Thursday, September 19, 2002

Really, these war-mongers just don't get it do they fellow travellers? I just read an entry ("frightening stuff") by one of the Australian belligerati. Okay, like being gassed to death may seem an unpleasant way to go. But the Universe doesn't make mistakes. It's karma. Those Kurds must have done something really horrible in a previous life.

Wednesday, September 18, 2002

Just recently I was walking past the Enmore Theatre when I saw a poster for an appallingly phallocentric comedy show.

Now, many people say that this "puppetry of the penis" is all harmless fun (even those on the left -- can you believe it?). Well, I beg to differ. There is a far more sinister subtext to this fellow travellers.

I believe that it is part of the vast right-wing conspiracy. You see by making people laugh at the peenie, they are seemingly subverting the the phallocentric paradigm. But in seemingly subverting it, they are actually perpetuating it. Because if we laugh at literal peenies, then we will also laugh -- or at least be indifferent to -- destruction caused by metaphorical peenies (i.e. guns, bullets and missiles). In short fellow travellers this is preparing the way for this.

I suspect the plan was hatched when the "penis puppeteers" were on tour in America. The father of all peenie-wavers sent special forces to meet them -- perhaps the same special forces who engineered the downfall of Natasha Stott-Despoja. And I suspect the "penis puppeteers" were given vast sums to return to Australia and continue performing their show.

Not convinced? Look closely at the poster. Why are they both wearing dark glasses, just like the President's bodyguards? Also, one of the duo's favorite tricks is called "the hamburger" (sorry, I don't have a photo). "Hamburger", as in McDonalds. Chilling.

And how about this: Dick-trick is almost the exact inverse of Tricky Dicky .

What more evidence do you need? It's fascist sleight-of-gland. Sisters, organise a girlcott!

Here's another example of French arrogance. This appalling racist suggests that Islam is dumb! Fancy vilifying a whole religion like that. I'll bet he's a Bible-thumping flat-Earther! Thank God -- er, sorry, Phillip Adams -- we don't have such malevolent, ultra-conservative people like that in our country, hey!

Tuesday, September 17, 2002

Another thought regarding Matt Hayden's latest blog entry: In it, he calls the French "frogs". As we all know, comparing such racist, imperialistic, nuclear bomb-testing white supremacists to humble, life-affirming amphibians is an appalling act of speciesism.

What an insensitive pig he is.

Appallingly racist, sexist, right-wing blogger Matt Hayden attempts humour with a facetious jibe at Thierry Meyssan, whose book The Big Lie suggests that the Americans, not freedom fighters, committed the "atrocity" on September 11. Well I've read Thierry's book and as much as I sympathise with his politics, I just can't agree with him. As we all know, Americans just aren't that clever.