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Humor, yes, but also sad. Combining these elements is not easy and could only work as a somewhat surreal and feverish monologue that starts its disorderly whoof and warf from an almost purely goofy standpoint, although I would call it "intelligently goofy" to avoid hurting my own feelings. Part of… Read More
To call Jeff Kennett's evil laws Draconian, is actually a gross understatement, he was a totalitarian fascist pig. He abolished most public holidays, outlawed Christmas one year, abolished overtime rates, and in general seemed to believe that you could create a utopian world by outlawing the unions, and enslaving the… Read More
The tyrant queen, Jeff Kennett, was finally voted out of power (after seven years of being out of control) in September 1999. Read More
Wrote this poem within days of Jeff Kennett's totalitarian reign ending. Read More
This is the 2nd time I have written about the evil of DARPA = the mad-scientist division of the U.S. security services. The 1st time was in a novelette called, "The Unknown Soldier." They retaliated by hacking into my PC and creating their own password to lock me off my… Read More
The young today are mere sheeple Who cannot act at all on their own, Too indoctrinated to see we’ve lost Basic freedoms we once had known. Read More
Important questions do occur To tax our worried minds, Especially when the Leaders try To bury them in mounds of lies. Read More
A look at a "future" world where egalitarianism is taken to an extreme. Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 06, 2018

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The Booksie Classic House

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The Booksie Classic House

It's as though there's been an outbreak or some kind of infestation...... Read More

Book / Action and Adventure

October 22, 2013

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The Booksie Classic House

Henrietta is a seventeen year old girl growing up in a modern Fascist Italy. She has spent years being raised by her older brother, Marco as her Father has turned has taken an emotional turn for the worst, struggling to cope with the death of Henrietta's Mother. Once Marco has… Read More
Question everything teachers, parents, ans (especially) politicians tell you! The are all politically-correct BS artists! Read More
Politically correct means morally wrong! Especially when used in terms like Politically Correct Thinking! Read More
A short review of the classic novel by Eric Ambler of events leading up to World War II. Read More
Poem about the fact that mainly dishonourable people receive honours and awards! Read More
This story is about a young girl who grows up around racism in her small town located in Texas. She is trying to show people that their is more to the world than just rednecks. Trust me this story is gonna get good. No spoilers. - P.S I posted this… Read More
Inspired off the movie: Downfall. Everything is there for reason still! I guess I'm kinda following Godwin's Law!! Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 23, 2011

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The Booksie Classic House

A poem written about over-achieving, glory and blind belief in someone. Inspired by some Celtic Frost song, whose name I cannot recall at the moment. Read More
A follow-up to my poem, the Red Runner, about Australia's bottle-red prime minister. Read More
About life in Melbourne's west and the failure of laissez faire fascism. Read More
About life in Melbourne's west and the failure of laissez faire fascism. Read More
As an existential poet, I try to be as honest as possible in assessing the merits of the world inj which we live in the twenty-first century. Read More
In Australia the rich pay almost no taxes which is why the poor live in the streets! Read More
Not all witches are fictitious. This is about a witch-hunt conducted on Australian TV less than a year ago. Read More
War heroes share stories in a futuristic, bleak vision of New York. Read More
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