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Sophie Mirabella’s rude reality vs Kevin Rudd’s Dreamtime

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Australian Liberal Party parliamentarian, Sophie Mirabella, yesterday spoke in parliament, criticising Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s “We are sorry, We are sorry, We are sorry” (enough already!) speech – its flimsy foundations, its meaningless meaning, and its fraught future.

Read her full speech HERE.

I don’t agree with all her points, but it’s refreshing to find a politician who isn’t cringing and grovelling in the radiant fog that is Rudd.

On Black Wednesday, February 13, prior to Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s speech, a group of Aborigines, “the traditional owners of the land,” referring, presumably, to this most pleasant little place …

… opened the Parliament and welcomed Mr Rudd “to the land of our ancestors.”

Quoting from the early part of a Wikipedia article, Mr Rudd explained that “The traditions and lore of Australia’s indigenous peoples belongs to what may be the oldest continuous culture on Earth” – referring, of course, to the proud Stone Age traditions to which many Australian Aborigines seek to identify with and preserve.

Having thus established firm intellectual credentials, Prime Minister Rudd – who narrowly won a landslide victory on the slogan “New Leadership” – gave the Wiki the flicky and confidently (yet with a reverential dreaminess (!) in his tone) declared that “… the human history of this land stretches back thousands of years through the Dreamtime.”

The Dreamtime or “The Dreaming,” as explained in a later Wikipedia paragraph, being:

… “time before time”, “time outside of time” or “time of the creation of all things”, as though it were the past. But The Dreaming in a real sense is also present and in the future.

Very “Kevin Rudd” if I may say so!

Watch the videos HERE.

And now some snapshots of the ceremonies which Sophie and her hard, brutal-facts-obsessed pals missed.

I bet your friggin’ ancestors couldn’t do anything like this …

Or this …

Or this …

Or this …

Oops! “Sorry!”

Or this …

Or this …

Or this …

Or this …

Sorry!

Or this …


Traditional owner and Ngannawal elder, Matilda House,
makes a Historic joke about wee-wee.


Moved, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd makes a mental note to
invite 1,000 of Australia’s best and brightest minds to
give such matters due consideration as we quickly approach
the year 2020.


A genocidal white male Australian racist personally apologises.

Thank you Jesus.

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13 Comments

  1. “- referring, of course, to the proud Stone Age traditions to which many Australian Aborigines seek to identify with and preserve.”

    How many people are hanging onto ludicrous Christian beliefs?

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  2. I suggest you lay off the crack pipe. I didn’t realise it was okay to mock people’s cultures because they’re not yours – or does this mean it’s okay for me to start mocking pirates?

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  3. What is it with you thin-skinned conservatives? Write twenty words and get hundreds in reply.

    Basically put, the posts you linked to had points, and I agreed with the general gist of them. But this one was just to be cruel. Satire is a powerful tool, one you have little idea how to use.

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  4. Replying to John Surname

    What is it with you thin-skinned conservatives? Write twenty words and get hundreds in reply.

    LOL! Nice way of avoiding answering questions. 😉

    “No, no, no! Too many wordsies! Someone stop all da wordsies pweez! They’re pounding on my wittle fick head!”

    Basically put, the posts you linked to had points, and I agreed with the general gist of them.

    You rotten, racist, genocidal little fucking Eurotrash bastard! Apologise!!

    But this one was just to be cruel. Satire is a powerful tool, one you have little idea how to use.

    Explain how my post is “cruel”.

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  5. Prodos,
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    Are you saying that the traditions of Australian Aborigines are ludicrous?

    Not at all. How can anyone living in a country where the parliament still says the

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  6. Replying to Danoz

    How can anyone living in a country where the parliament still says the

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  7. Prodos,

    Here is what I am saying.

    A Christian has no right to say

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  8. G’day Danoz,

    A Christian has no right to say

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  9. Hi Prodos,

    The case of AL Gore is not a case on the pot calling the kettle black at all. This is a terrible example. If anything you can say it’s an example of do what I say not what I do.

    I’m sorry about the Christian call. I arse-umed after reading something you had written about Christianity.

    However your hair is the perfect example of a proud Stone Age tradition to which you seek to identify with and preserve, and the perfect reason you should not make comments about Australian Aborigines and the traditions they choose to hold onto.

    As for the case against Christianity, if you are an atheist I

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  10. Hi PRODOS!

    The pictures certainly speak for themselves, don’t they? But reading the other responses here, I guess I can only speak for myself. Exactly what part of dancing around half naked in Parliament like a savage is considered “culture”? Now I can understand that if we were able to transport primitive man to the present, he would act much in this way, because he wouldn’t know any better. But these are grown adults born and living in one of the wealthiest, freest countries in the year 2008 and they act this way? Why? And why is acting like a primitive something we should respect?

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