March of the white men children.

21 Nov

white-pride

 

“We are proud that there’s absolutely no balance whatsoever. No gender balance. We’re all white. We don’t believe in things like gender balance.”

Thus spake the white man Mark Latham at the announcement of the new panel show on Sky,  featuring former Howard front bencher and proud white male Ross Cameron, and Rowan Dean, white as editor of The Spectator magazine. The show will be called “Outsiders” (owing to them all being white and male, a disadvantaged and marginalised demographic in this country) and broadcast on Sunday mornings, immediately after Barrie Cassidy’s “Insiders” on ABC TV.

The trio also like to be known as “Trump’s Aussie Mates,” and fervently hope for a Trump landslide victory in 2020.

Latham breathlessly expressed the trio’s vision: “We want Trump to abuse the media and for them to abuse him back and we want more lectures from actors…”

I don’t know that anyone has yet characterised Donald Trump as a man-child, however, he seems to me the perfect poster boy for the breed, and it comes as no surprise that Latham, Cameron and Dean have at last found the pack leader they’ve so long been looking for, the man who endorses their regression.

Normalising television shows based on the spectacle of abuse, delivered to us by white men children who are opposed to gender balance (no emotionally mature male would oppose gender balance, let’s face it) may well be our future since Trump let white men children everywhere know that from now on shoving your white dick right in everyone’s face is more than ok, it’s what real men do.

It will end in tears, these things always do, the question is, how long will it take?

Pray for premature ejaculation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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56 Responses to “March of the white men children.”

  1. Barry Waters November 21, 2016 at 4:17 pm #

    You must be joking about such a program coming on after The Insiders on ABC tv. Please keep your humour within the bonds of good taste.

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  2. townsvilleblog November 21, 2016 at 4:38 pm #

    Jennifer, I usually turn off following ‘Insiders’ I have never seen it and would never watch such a program. Shaun.

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    • Jennifer Wilson November 21, 2016 at 4:44 pm #

      I don’t think it’s started yet, Shaun. I don’t have Sky I refuse to pay Murdoch for his rubbish.

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  3. Cliff November 21, 2016 at 4:52 pm #

    Three absolutely vile people. To give the show balance they will probably interview the likes of Henderson, Blot, Hadley,and Acherman. It will be a show for the ages.

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  4. davechaffeyhippie November 21, 2016 at 4:54 pm #

    We had a bully pack at my elitist boy’s club school ruled by a king bully. So pathetic to see who is sending in their applications to be in the new global bully pack ruled by Uncle Donald. I’m hopeful that I won’t be targeted by being the class clown; although Trump is still going after SNL. My prediction is that our new glorious leader won’t be as bad as my school king bully was.

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    • Jennifer Wilson November 21, 2016 at 5:42 pm #

      I know, Dave, I find it astonishing how very quickly these people have come out of the woodwork with their crap, now Trump’s given them permission. It’s only been a few days, FFS.
      They must feel liberated to be their vile selves.

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  5. paul walter. November 21, 2016 at 4:57 pm #

    More on socio cultural inscription, pathologies, attitudes, motives…

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-11-21/populism-little-wonder-bob-dylan-cant-be-bothered-nobel-prize/8041130

    I’d like to know the context in which the comments were made and how they were delivered a bit more, but worst case, since the link doesnt work- typical Murdoch- I must add Latham, selling his arse, to Trump in a Basket of irredeemable Deplorables.

    Elsewhere, it seems that Melania and Barron, Trump’s son, are not moving into the ‘White House with Dear Old Dad.

    Of the lot of them, I found her to the least offensive.

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    • Jennifer Wilson November 21, 2016 at 5:43 pm #

      The link doesn’t work?
      Sodding Australian. It usually lets you in once, I can’t access a second time, but I gather it’s not even doing that.
      Google it PW.

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  6. doug quixote November 22, 2016 at 12:02 am #

    Don’t get too fussed. Trump will soon find himself unable to do anything much, just as every other President since Lincoln (who effectively set off a full scale civil war).

    The Trump supporters will join the crucifixion chorus soon enough.

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    • paul walter. November 22, 2016 at 1:01 am #

      Trouble is they are all cranks also.

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    • Jennifer Wilson November 22, 2016 at 6:31 am #

      tbh, DQ, I can’t see this phase we’ve entered lasting all that long either.
      It’s likened to the Nazis, & in ideology it is, but we are far more awakened to the outcome of pursuing that, or at least, very many of us are,
      But wait, then I think of the Nauru and Manus refugees…..
      It may not be Trump who is the problem in the end, but what he has spawned and made legitimate.

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      • doug quixote November 23, 2016 at 11:27 pm #

        “tbh”? You’ve been on twitter far too long.

        It has the additional merit of being meaningless or worse, like “let me be frank with you”.

        It implies everything else you have said to be less than honest or frank.

        Hmm, it might be just the phrase for Abbott and his ilk.

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        • Jennifer Wilson November 24, 2016 at 3:48 pm #

          Well, yes DQ you could very well be right about Twitter, & you are right about tbh & tbf.
          I never used either BT.

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  7. jamivee November 22, 2016 at 1:07 am #

    It’s scary how I can’t tell if this post is satire or not:(

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    • davechaffeyhippie November 22, 2016 at 5:53 am #

      There is a narrative going around that satire is dead. Nope, satire has got to go harder. My post-Trumpian, vile, offensive Man Brain comedy podcast is my attempt to reach an audience who unfortunately won’t ever read and be inspired by great blogs like noplaceforsheep, people who can’t understand their high privilege level and cry when they lose a few percent, those who feel that the left has failed them, and especially those who just accept that some/most/all men are animals and that will never change. Hopefully it all helps to prevent us from falling into violent tribalism.

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      • Jennifer Wilson November 22, 2016 at 6:32 am #

        Dave, are they hearing you? Do you know?

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        • davechaffeyhippie November 22, 2016 at 7:19 am #

          Early days. Only done 2 episodes and just posted 2nd. About 70 listens so far which isn’t terrible. Trying to work out how to get to the audience who might enjoy it and slowly get the message; an audience who usually like misogyny comedy without satire and evidence-based feminist egalitarian motivations. I’m working on getting retweets from some podcasters higher up the food chain. That’s the biggest challenge. Best intentions and all that. Your writing motivates me to try so thanks again!

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          • Jennifer Wilson November 23, 2016 at 2:40 pm #

            I haven’t listened yet, Dave. Only because i seem to have no time right now. When I have a spare moment I’m practising the piano. Bach. Tricky.

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            • davechaffeyhippie November 23, 2016 at 4:37 pm #

              All good. I agreed to write a short marketing article for a friend months ago and still haven’t finished. I failed at Bach fugues. Trying to write a song at the moment called The Disabled Wife Blues.

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              • paul walter. November 23, 2016 at 4:41 pm #

                Marvellous, marvellous Bach.

                Disabled Wife (husband?) Blues is likely the paradigm song of our times.

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              • Jennifer Wilson November 24, 2016 at 3:50 pm #

                Well, that sounds novel, Dave. Will be most interested to hear that song when it’s done.

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    • Jennifer Wilson November 22, 2016 at 6:31 am #

      Sorry, jamivee, it’s not satire. They dwell amongst us 😦

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  8. jo wiseman November 23, 2016 at 7:31 am #

    If it was a 2 minute sketch on a comedy program I’d definitely be laughing. Rampant denigration of white men is overdue to have the mickey taken out of it. However I agree this program can only end in tears and think it might be cruelly exploitative of Mark Latham to give him this platform on which to self-destruct publicly, which is presumably what Sky News is hoping for.

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    • davechaffeyhippie November 23, 2016 at 11:25 am #

      Hard to feel bad for Latham, but you’ve got a point. It’s getting to circus freak entertainment at this point, but this isn’t The Real House Husbands. A woman as unstable as Latham doesn’t get a platform on Sky News, right?

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    • Jennifer Wilson November 23, 2016 at 2:43 pm #

      I thought that too, Jo. They’l be hoping he’ll self destruct & I believe he’s on the way, with his awful remarks so far.

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  9. paul walter. November 23, 2016 at 2:33 pm #

    I think it is Murdoch crowing about the death of public broadcasting and the spoils of defeat for Latham and for ourselves.

    It offers a glance into the future and the future looks dark…nowhere to run, nowhere to hide.

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  10. doug quixote November 25, 2016 at 7:26 am #

    Complacency.

    Complacency of an entire generation of women, resting on the successes of their mothers’ and grandmothers’ generations.

    Complacency of an entire generation of workers, resting on the successes of workers of their grandparents’ generations, and their parents’ complacency in turn.

    Be complacent and the hard-won rights from the last century will be eroded, nibbled away and overturned.

    It is happening, right before our eyes.

    Awake! The one percent, their running dogs the Right and their minions, the “I’m all right jack” relics of former victories, the brainwashed masses who vote against their own interests – they will see us all drawn back into a comatose servitude if they only can.

    So far it is worse in the USA but it is a growth like a cancer on the world, and it is metastasising its way here and now.

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    • paul walter. November 25, 2016 at 5:08 pm #

      Oh dear (laughs), this does open a can of worms in these days of political correctness.

      Of course, it is a hugely American thing and Australians will miss some of the nuances because of demographic and political influences there compared to here, although there
      are basic similarities.

      Partly it is like treading on eggshells because of the mix of groups involved:

      There are the hard cracker right, like our Hansonists but far worse, Then there are conservative pragmatists and opportunists like Trump and the Brietbart crew, who are a bit like our Murdoch opportunists (eg Rowan Dean, Greg Sheridan, Bolt etc), but not necessarily emotionally hung up on religion and conspiracy theories, which of course involves groups within US Jewry.

      Because of the power and reach of often touchy centrist and conservative Wall St Jews on the one hand, their support is cherished by politcs, as seen with Clinton’s run and the policies she espoused which were seen as hawkish, as ro Wall st asTrumps and pro Israel, right or wrong. Trump’s very crafty move was to dog whistle the crackers with the sly dig about “Jew SA” after many of these hooked up with Clinton.

      Yet to regard the US Jewish twenty odd million strong in the USA as of one mind and outlook is so wrong, since as with other components of the population. Some are “öbservant” eg religious and conservative, yet an equally influential grouping is secular and leftist, think Amy Goodman, Naomi Wolf, Naomi Klein, Chomsky, Bernie Sanders, Elisabeth Warren etc, as also occurs in wider Anglo society. Like other people within different grouping within wider US society, there are different, even oppositional takes on Zionism (v) Anti Semitism., the Shoah and Israel US relations and foreign policy imperatives.

      No critics of the foreign affairs academics, relatively conservative Mearsheimer and Walz, were more critical of these experts and in calling fro them to be expelled from Academia a decade ago than conservative Jewish spokespeople, for example.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Israel_Lobby_and_U.S._Foreign_Policy

      http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2012/01/why-john-j-mearsheimer-is-right-about-some-things/308839/

      The problem is, there is a very powerful Jewish clique in the US and these people instill a type of fear, partly realist and partly old imported European Judenhecht and this is exacerbated by reluctance to discuss this influence without reference to “Änti Semitism”, something used increasingly as a silencing device meant to curb inquiry into the US’s current power structure. Of course it is easy to understand why so many Jewish people are reluctant to discuss issues involving a possible in- group when the Holocaust is still at the back of so many minds.

      Like I said above, imho it is complex and I will avoid further speculation till others feel incined to add to any discussion eventuating.

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      • allthumbs November 28, 2016 at 3:57 pm #

        What I took from it Paul, was “Western Civilization” sowed the seeds of its own defeat right from the start of its own beginnings, (not necessarily a bad thing), a safety valve or use by date. One credo I hold dear, is that when you find the need to go to any length to defend a stance, you’ve already lost the fight.

        It will be a great relief as a white man to see the final stage of the demise of the civilization of my accidental birth take place.

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        • paul walter. November 28, 2016 at 6:08 pm #

          Seems in one lifetime.. all thumbs, how has it aged as we have aged?

          Jo Wiseman, whatever a person thinks of Candide, it seems a reality that we folk must walk a line of some sort of self concern.

          Writing this next leaves the writer with a sense of mealy- mouthedness, yet if we are to last any length of time in this life, sometimes discretion maybe the better part of valour, if the live coward left after the dead hero departs, may live to fight the better another day after spurning a fool’s errand.

          Will resume silence now.rather than mansplain further, it is a pragmaticway.

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    • jo wiseman November 28, 2016 at 11:54 am #

      This looks like pragmatic good sense.

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  11. paul walter. November 26, 2016 at 4:33 pm #

    And the crickets chirped…

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    • doug quixote November 26, 2016 at 5:26 pm #

      The readers here are relaxed and comfortable, Paul. We miss the cut and thrust of Bob Ellis, the challenge of some deep thinkers who fed off his ideas.

      Where are they all?

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      • Havana Liedown November 26, 2016 at 9:32 pm #

        Did Dali forgive you for playing golf the day of Bob’s funeral, Doug? Even I attended!

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        • paul walter. November 26, 2016 at 10:20 pm #

          More to the point, has he stopped beating his wife?

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          • doug quixote November 27, 2016 at 8:52 am #

            This troll should try flaming somewhere else. I am not accountable to her.

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            • paul walter. November 27, 2016 at 6:13 pm #

              Ahhh….now we know.

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  12. paul walter. November 26, 2016 at 10:31 pm #

    From a shrewd judge:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/entry/noam-chomsky-donald-trump_us_58385d81e4b000af95ee1fda

    It will be proven to be true. It was not just the Presidency up for grabs, but the entire apparatus of government with the Republicans already controlling the lower house, Congress but with narrow margins in play with the Senate (now lost) and control of the Supreme Court.

    In the end, the late interference of FBI director Comey and the subsequent faltering of the Clinton campaign in the last week proved game-breakers.

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    • doug quixote November 27, 2016 at 8:55 am #

      “There is a “moral issue” in voting “against the greater evil” ― Trump, in this case ― even if you don’t like the other candidate.”

      “I didn’t like Clinton at all, but her positions are much better than Trump’s on every issue I can think of,” Chomsky said.

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      • davechaffeyhippie November 27, 2016 at 9:31 am #

        I was just thinking about how much of a total chode Chomsky is. Classic smart dumb brilliant in his speciality then people start listening to him on everything. Now I’m sounding like a troll! I guess it’s possible to be a Trump-neutral troll. I blogged earlier this year about Trump being the greatest ever personification of a Rorschach test. Trump is certainly triggering my climate change fears, but I blame our whole destructive invasive species for that snafu, especially my demographic of privileged white guys. We make cane toads seem lovable by comparison. Yet I remain optimistic overall.

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    • davechaffeyhippie November 27, 2016 at 9:50 am #

      Weren’t you certain that Trump would be trounced? Predictions are great fun, sure. I got it wrong too because I thought Hillary would just win. I keep going back to her abhorrent deplorables speech. Educated elistist lefties have got some work to do and I put myself in this group. If we care about humanity then that means we care about Trump voters and even One Nation voters. Not easy! We don’t have to agree with them but they’re human too and largely driven by their cultural programming just as we are. The left can fix some of their dodgy code now and the right can have their turn when they lose and their whole world falls apart. Somehow, the whole emergent duopoly is pretty stable now and for the foreseeable future. I really hope I’m not proven wrong with that prediction!

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      • doug quixote November 27, 2016 at 4:43 pm #

        I overestimated the intelligence of the American voters.

        PT Barnum had it right 150 years ago, and they aren’t any brighter now.

        But I disagree about the deplorables speech – it was a fine outbreak of honesty and truth. It breached the “don’t frighten the horses” nostrum.

        But if you want a real point of damage: in an election where you need to get the voters to turn up, get the FBI to breathe life back into the dead horse of the emails. If undecided voters ever needed a reason not to bother voting . . .

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        • paul walter. November 27, 2016 at 6:20 pm #

          I still think the Democrats were too timid in their campaigning.

          They did not offer enough in the way of hope that austerity neo lib pol economics was nearing its end.

          They should have come to terms with the whistleblowers, particularly Wikileaks, instead of cornering them and forcing them to fight back.

          Agree re Comey, the Republicans have never fought an election in living memory without some dirty last-minute trick

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        • davechaffeyhippie November 28, 2016 at 12:16 pm #

          I went off into the wilderness of self-doubt with my response, so is it okay if I blog your comment Doug, with my self-trolling attack. Hopefully I can get the thought-provoking/funny/bizarre balance just right: not too smarky, not too pandering. Thanks.

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          • davechaffeyhippie November 28, 2016 at 11:27 pm #

            ‘Why did Hillary Clinton lose’ side-splitting blog article posted in response to Doug’s comment, without attribution for his comment that I included. This okay, Doug? I’ve changed my stance on my blog articles. As long as I’m making a little more sense than the Donald, I hit publish. And I self-promote relentlessly, without any modesty, because that’s the world we live in now. haha https://theemergencestartsnow.wordpress.com/2016/11/28/why-did-hillary-clinton-lose-to-donald-trump/

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            • doug quixote November 29, 2016 at 12:25 am #

              I don’t mind my own words being requoted, just as long as they are accurately quoted.

              Of course, my take on just what those words mean is different to yours.

              Hillary defined the deplorables thus;

              “You know, to just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Right?” Clinton said. “The racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic—you name it. And unfortunately there are people like that. And he has lifted them up.”

              Thus defined, I see no reason to resile from the term.

              As for the voters being stupid – for every 120 IQ there is an 80 IQ, and guess who the 80 IQs voted for if they could manage to vote at all – noting that 90 million registered voters –

              yes, 90,000,000 voters –

              did not even bother to vote at all.

              I think that qualifies many as stupid, careless, negligent, delinquent – insert your own word.

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              • davechaffeyhippie November 29, 2016 at 1:58 am #

                Cool. I take it that you’re fine with my article then? I’m too stupid to understand exactly what you’re saying sorry. Did you want attribution or not? Only a few read my blog so it doesn’t really matter either way, but I’m more than happy to make you as happy as I can. Alternatively, feel free to flame my comments section if you like. Haha. It’s amazing how much one word ‘deplorables’ has triggered so much commentary. I’m glad you’ll never ever back down; never surrender. Haha. I can see how both sides recontexualised the term. Labelling people with negative terms works great to maintain your sense of superiority. We all do it. It’s human nature. Congratulations if you’re 10% less of a delinquent than me. Haha. Thanks for motivating me to actually finish a blog article!

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                • doug quixote November 29, 2016 at 2:09 pm #

                  Interesting that you mention 10%. By my calculations that’s how many deplorables voted for Trump – half of his 60 million voters, and around 10% of the US population.

                  We might compare Romney’s statement that 47% of Americans would never vote for him, as the Republican candidate last time around.

                  The trick is to get enough sane sensible Americans to actually vote.

                  [As regards attribution, please do.
                  Don’t sell yourself short – political staffers monitor this site and probably your site. I know that some of my words and ideas have made their way into the mouths and deeds of our political leaders, over many years. It is not always the ones I wanted to listen, to my chagrin.]

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                  • davechaffeyhippie December 7, 2016 at 4:53 am #

                    They’ve been watching me too. I added attribution. Sorry for the delay. My next Man Brain podcast episode is based on a Gable Tostee type character. Makes me think about what politicians get away with that we never find out about.

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        • paul walter. November 28, 2016 at 2:04 pm #

          Does beg the question. Same re poms and Australians. The turn of the French is upcoming.

          Perhaps denial of choice is a form of lobotomy, but..

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  13. paul walter. November 27, 2016 at 2:48 pm #

    dch, wish I could share your optimism. Maybe I am getting old and sour but my response if pretty much pessimism. Like Paul Keating, the incessant and pointless dumbing down of public broadcasting here, following the global trend, scares the crap out of me.

    It links to other policies, a sort of web, now obviated from the media and press and put together has me thinking we have gone beyond reversal

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    • davechaffeyhippie November 28, 2016 at 12:28 pm #

      I’m the King of Wishful Thinking maybe, which is pretty cool since I have been diagnosed with major depressive disorder. The 2 books from Yuval Noah Harari are worth a read I think. The only author I’ve found who is close to being on my wavelength. Doesn’t mean he’s right of course.

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      • paul walter. November 28, 2016 at 2:01 pm #

        You do depression too?

        Funny how blogs are a natural home for depressives. Must check out your reference. Have a good one.

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  14. paul walter. November 29, 2016 at 10:45 am #

    Ob a different tack, how is this developing story as an example of what Jennifer Wilson is talking of…an individual so deeply imbued in lying as lifestyle as to be in denial and no longer recognise it when his fantasy becomes overt, becomes public as it clashes with reality?

    What a dirty piece of work he is.

    https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2016/nov/28/george-brandis-joe-hockey-collapsed-bell-group-western-australia?CMP=share_btn_fb

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