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Lies are told every day now by politicians in so-called democratic country. Politicians who believe it is their right to lie to their bosses (the voters!)! Read More
The politically correct zombies who bully free-thinkers are criminals as far as I am concerned! Read More

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January 17, 2013

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The young have sold out and become politically correct cabbages; doing whatever they are told! Read More

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The two major political parties in this country conspire with the rich against the rights of the poor. Read More

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Jeff Kennett, the stupidest man to ever be premier of Victoria, loved to tax the poor. But would never tax his rich mates! Read More
Daryl Williams was the minister for propaganda (or some such thing) in the early days of the John Howard regime. Williams set the scene for his brand of “democracy” the morning after the Liberals came to power in late 1996. When asked, on Channel 10, if he thought all Anglo-Saxons… Read More
If you were lucky enough not to have lived under Jeff kennett in Victoria, you cannot understand how evil and insane this man was (and still is)! Read More
About the evils of politically correct mind control, which is now compulsory in Australian Schools. There is even a federal informer line for parents who believe their kids are not politically correct enough. The ads. for this line say, "My son calls girls Skanks, is this over the top?" They… Read More
About the evils of political correctness - virtually a religion in Australia now, very few Aussies can think for themselves. Read More
Under Jeff Kennett's regime Victoria's state motto was "Victoria On the Move". Ironic since in 7 years one million victorians moved interstate. So that in 1997, for the 1st time ever, Queensland became the 2nd largest Australian state by population, and Victoria (founded in 1835) became the 3rd largest state… Read More
A poem about the horrors of living in Victoria under the regime of insane Victorian Premier Jeff Kennett. Read More
Song from the 1970s or early 1980s about the horrors of being working class in a fascist society. Read More
A poem about Victorian fascist tyrant Jeff Kennett who removed most public holidays in Victoria, including Christmas and Boxing Day one year. n He also removed overtime rates too stupid to realise he would have been better off banning overtime entirely. Read More
In 2007 Australia's two main parties (Liberal and Labor) effectively merged for a single election to stomp a third party out of existence. Although Australia First was a ratbag party, next time it could be an important party. The Rape of Democracy in Australia must never be forgiven and must… Read More
Once known as The Lucky Country, Australia is now very unlucky for the poor and unemployed, who are treated like dirt by the fascist elite who now run this country. Read More
A very early anti-fascist poem of mine from the late 1970s or early 1980s. Read More

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A sequel of sorts to Changes, written 30 years after the original poem. Read More

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A song lyric from the early 1990s about the fascist state that Australia now is. Read More
It’s hard to describe Jeff Kennett to anyone lucky enough not to have lived in Victoria during his regime. So, let me say that if you could roll Attilla the Hun, Adolph Hitler, George W. Bush and Tony Blair into one, what you would have would be a man with… Read More
Brand new poem I just finished today (20 Jan 2011), about the evils of not taxing the rich. Read More
In 1999 Australia had a referendum to become a republic. The referendum failed because we were offered an undemocratic model. At that time I wrote this democratic model, which I have recently revised. Read More

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A sign of the times Sing along to this with the tune from "Matchstick men, matchstick cat's and dog's" Read More
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