Quotes of the day


Drop one urban green into the massive Congo River Basin, and he’ll starve to death before his mobile is flat.

KRudd must be replaced in the national interest:

Japanese officials believe the Rudd Government is willing to risk Australia’s relationship with Japan to help it win the election.

Is there nothing this Government won’t trash to win a worthless vote? The damage done already is alarming.

Andrew Bolt:

Let’s stocktake. Lee Kuan Yew, still the real power in Singapore, privately considers KRudd a flake who’s offended the region with his look-at-me plans for an Asia forum. India is offended by Rudd’s ban on sales of uranium for the (clean) power it badly needs. Indonesia is unimpressed by Rudd’s highhandedness and his people smuggling policies, which have turned it once more into a half-way house for boat people. Japan has been snubbed and now threatened.

And China, which has sent several signals that it consider Rudd a lightweight whose word means little, now has this Rudd insult to consider:

Those Chinese f..kers are trying to rat-f..k us.

KRudd must be replaced in the national interest.

Piers Akerman:

A tax on miners, attacks on us all

AUSTRALIANS are losing their livelihoods and Australia is losing its reputation as a safe investment because of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s vicious and personal attacks on the mining industry. Continue reading ‘A tax on miners, attacks on us all’

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  1. I dont know if there is any truth in this, but if it is true, this beyond the pale for all pensioners and all Australians struggling to make ends meet.

    Can you see if anyone can verify this please – in the national interest. My husband was a migrant in the 1950’s and was shipped into Bonagilla, certainly no frills and no money paid to him either. He had just spend the previous years in a Russian Prisoner of War Camp near Moscow. This has incensed me.

    Dear Tony Abbott
    Can this really be true ?????

    The Australian Rudd Government does it again…
    Australian Government Refugee Allowances vs.Aust Pensioners
    It is interesting that the Federal Government provides a Single Refugee with a monthly allowance of $1,890.00
    and each can also get an additional $580. 00 in Social Assistance, so a total of $2,470.00 per month..
    Family of 4 can receive $9,880.00 per month or yearly $118,685

    A single Australian pensioner who, after contributing to the growth and development of Australia for
    40 to 50 years, receives only a monthly maximum of $1,012.00 in old age pension and Guaranteed
    Income Supplement. (Maybe our pensioners should apply as refugees!)

    *Let’s send this to all Australians so we can all be ticked off and maybe we can get the refugees cut back to
    $1,012.00 and the pensioners up to $2,470.00 and enjoy some of the money we are forced to submit to the Government in tax

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