The Minister for Home Affairs

Content note: This piece includes graphic discussion of suicide and reference to abuse Just as I said I wouldn’t, I forgot them, and their stories got tangled up with all the other distant horrors. In May, last year, two young refugees under Australian care set themselves on fire. Omid Masoumali, an 23 year old heldContinue reading “The Minister for Home Affairs”

The Eight Deadly Sens – Part Deux

In the three months since I wrote the first half of my musical profiles on the Crossbench Senators (which were pretty obsolete even at the time) a lot of crazy shit has gone down in Canberra. Australia’s Woodstock Floriade has come and gone, Australia’s Disneyland Cockington Green has done a roaring school holiday trade andContinue reading “The Eight Deadly Sens – Part Deux”

Losing Our Heads To Save Our Necks

We must stop at nothing to prevent death-cult jihadists murdering innocents on our own soil. That’s why anyone who isn’t a covert member of ISIS will support the Government’s new, recently announced anti-terror legislation: the distribution of mandatory “Freedom Collars” to protect Australians from beheadings.

Anthony Abbott’s Xmas Miracle

In the city of Canberra, of roundabout fame, Lived a strange little man with a clergyman’s name; He wasn’t a cardinal, though there was one he knew, And he wasn’t a bishop, although he had two; He wasn’t nun in a gown and a habit, And he wasn’t a pope – he was only anContinue reading “Anthony Abbott’s Xmas Miracle”