Leftist brain-farts of the week:
Catherine Deveny after the dismissal:
Let’s remember, and be honest here, none of us voted for Kevin Rudd. We voted to get rid of Howard.
Out of KRuddistan, just to be Gillardtined:
for at least eight years the deputy Labor leader Julia Gillard was an official of the hard-Left Socialist Forum.
Here’s how Melbourne University’s archives describe her group:
“The Socialist Forum was established in 1984, initially by disaffected members of the Communist Party of Australia (CPA). Its membership included Australian Labor Party (ALP) members and political activists . . . (Its) stated aim was to contribute to the development of democratic socialism in Australia . . .”
And one of its unstated aims was to help former communists join Labor.
Andrew Bolt digs and discovers more than just red hair
SCRAPPING the ANZUS treaty, twinning Melbourne with Leningrad
and introducing a super-tax on the rich were among radical policies devised or backed by Julia Gillard as a student activist.
Labor’s deputy leader was a key figure in a socialist group that pushed radical policies and social agendas in the 1980s and early ’90s.
So is she more than just another Â Commie cadre, more than a Â Gramscian whore who wants to crack the whip over Â us on the long Â march through the institutions?
Can’t remember anything: Yesterday, Ms Gillard said she could not remember the forum discussing radical policies. “It did not adopt policy positions and I don’t remember any of the papers being referred to,” she said.
The sexual assault allegations against Al Gore are a threat to the planet, the accuser is told.
If Galloway and his colleagues at Press TV (including “antiwar activists” Yvonne Ridley and Lauren Booth) had a shred of conscience, the following news would sicken them. They don’t and it won’t.Â Read more Â»