||Issue No. 188||25 July 2003|
Solidarity Gets Sexy
Interview: As They Say In The Bible ...
Industrial: Just Doing It
Unions: Breaking Into the Boys Club
Activists: Making the Hard Yards
Bad Boss: In the Pooh
Unions: National Focus
Economics: Pop Will Eat Itself
Technology: Dean for President
International: Rangoon Rumble
Education: Blackboard Jungle
Review: From Weakness to Strength
The Locker Room
Does This Make Me a Raving Trot?
More on Bullies
And More …
The Eyebrows Have It
The mighty power of the great and glorious regime presided over by Dear Leader George Bush was defended last week by the clever and seamless efforts of the brilliant and talented Minister for Communication, the Right Honourable Senator Richard Alston.
Senator Alston, while being thronged by thousands of adoring devotees who hang onto ever morsel of wisdom that emanates from his suave and manly lips, confounded the corrupt running dogs of Bolshevik imperialism at the ABC by exposing their puerile attempts to slander and denigrate the peace loving name of his highness, the most venerable George Bush, lord and master to the free peoples and true hope for the liberation of humanity.
Bush, a man who brings joy to millions world wide; a man who leads his people with principles of truth and honesty and a man of unparalleled integrity, was grateful that someone with the intellectual brilliance of Senator Alston would go to such lengths to advance the cause of truth, justice the American way.
Alston, quite rightly, realises that it is the responsibility of the Australian government to defend the rights of other countries, especially America. The Australian taxpayer, who lives in rapture at the thought of the wise ways in which the country is managed by Great Leader, John Winston Howard, would expect nothing less than for a diligent watch to be maintained on the national broadcaster to not report the viscous slanders of the treasonous and despicable body that is sometimes referred to as the opposition to the Great War of Liberation.
In keeping with Senator Alston‚s grand and beautiful vision for our fatherland we will soon have no need to refer to those questioning the basis to the war as their corrupt and viscously anti-American displays of moral and intellectual cowardice will obviously need to be outlawed. Senator Alston, along with other members of this firm but fair administration, realize that in order to defeat terrorism we may have to abolish some areas of badthink that have crept into the Australian political processes. In fact it may become necessary, for the good of all Australians, to abolish the Australian political process entirely.
In the event that people continue to show a foolish disregard for the love that our Great Leader, John Winston Howard, has for us UbergruppenFuhrer Alston will institute the necessary measures and accompanying detentions, searches and re-education so as to eliminate any negative sentiment in our glorious and peace loving society. Beloved leader Alston is aware of those citizens not entirely supportive of Great Leader‚s policy of Peace through War, and will be addressing them in future.
In the meantime the ABC‚s decision to hold up only two of around sixty complaints about it‚s anti-American bias is being looked at very dimly indeed by our Tool Of The Week, Senator Richard Alston - A man who is proud to help keep Australia American.
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