Tards vs Spies

Electrical Shorty’s Mother in Law Needs to Go

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Bryce must resign for taking Shorten’s side

Malevolent shysters are damaging Australia

WHAT self-serving, malevolent shysters – deliberately damaging Australia and blaming Tony Abbott for it. Who are these hypocrites who betray Australia, peddle a traitor’s leaks and demand we surrender to Indonesia, just to destroy a Prime Minister they hate?

Andrew Bolt

It is wrong for a Governor-General to publicly side with the Opposition Leader on two hotly debated issues – and even more so when that Opposition Leader is her son in law. Bill Shorten:

Who are these hypocrites who betray Australia, peddle a traitor’s leaks and demand we surrender to Indonesia, just to destroy a Prime Minister they hate?   (Read full article here.)

Plibersek seriously claims KRudd is the man to fix what he broke in Indonesia

Is Tanya Plibersek insane? She really thinks the man who authorised the spying on Indonesia’s president is the one who could broker peace?

DEPUTY Opposition leader Tanya Plibersek says Kevin Rudd could play a part in easing diplomatic tensions with Indonesia

The Age said our spies knew too little. Now it says they know too much

Spare us the hypocrisy: Australian spying bad, Indonesian spying good

INDONESIA has strengthened its ability to spy on Australia and other neighbours this year by boosting its army’s intelligence unit and buying new eavesdropping equipment, despite claims by Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa that his country has no need to spy on foreign governments…

Our taxpayer funded commie propagandists from the ABC would have you believe they are worth their inflated salaries:

REALITY CHECKED

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2 thoughts on “Tards vs Spies”

  1. Why did Bryce take the job of G-G when she is a republican?

    She has no principles! Typical of her ‘team’.

    1. “Look at me!” cries the Governor-General, playing the politician

      Vanstone:

      It is not her views with which I take issue. What I find unacceptable is that she chose to express them while holding the highest public office in Australia. That role is meant to be completely non-partisan. In publicly declaring these views, she has brought that high office into a political realm in which it does not belong. Why would the Governor-General take it upon herself to enter political debate while in office?

      http://blogs.news.com.au/heraldsun/andrewbolt/index.php/heraldsun/comments/look_at_me_cries_the_governor_general_playing_the_politician/

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