Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Greens issue BBQ-stopping directive for Australia Day

The Greens, being the malignant, tiny-minded totalitarians that we've all come to know and loathe, don't just get off on telling others how to live their lives in a political, economic sense. They feel the need to offer instructions about how they should relate to those close to them in personal contexts also.

Take this creepy directive from them regarding Australia Day:

Next Monday is Australia Day — which, for many Australians — means friends, family and BBQs. It also means the opportunity to have a conversation about climate change.

Will you pledge to have a climate conversation on January 26th?

Blech! Doesn't that just make your skin walk? The invasive arrogance of these creepy communards is just jaw dropping. Fancy thinking that the talk that goes on between friends and family in this social setting is their bloody business!

Sheesh. They'll be telling people how to take a shower next!  Oh wait ...

And they're not just gently nudging the conversation in the direction of a certain pet subject of theirs. They're telling their brainless acolytes exactly what to say, too.

We’ll give you everything you need—- a climate conversation guide, some updated facts and figures about climate impacts in your areas... even some climate drink stickers you can print out and stick on the guests’ glasses!

This reconfirms a coupla things: Firstly, greenies generally are just brainless followers. They don't do their own thinking. They just sit there passively waiting to get told what to say by the leaders of their stupid movement, mindlessly mouthing these warmist dogmas without question.

Secondly, their leaders have no respect for them at all.  They just see them as slave bots they can easily program to launch attacks at otherwise friendly get-togethers in backyards all across the nation. Socialist spammers is what they are!

Kinda makes sense that they think that the eeevil Rupert Murdoch is brainwashing the masses. Because they're doing it to their own retarded readership, they think everyone else must be using the same techniques of mind control.


  1. I love watermelons. Some of my most entertaining times are spent baiting the useless pricks.

    On the Australia Day subject I spotted a gent standing at a set of pedestrian lights in my suburb in a T shirt with an Aussie flag and the caption "Celebrate Invasion Day. We won". Not sure if it was politically correct or not.

  2. What a pack of useless killjoys.

    Don't they know a party is for relaxing and enjoying yourself rather than shoving your political beliefs down other party goers throats ?