Dutton derangement syndrome
The left hates Dutton with the fry of a thousand suns. Not sure that he really cares what they think. About anything.
Dutton’s latest suggestion is that ISIS brides be DNA tested before they come back to Australia so we know who they are.
Of course, they would be tested against the DNA of people in Australia so we know that they actually have family here and aren’t imposters.
Not difficult to get your head around. But then, you’re probably not of the left.
Here’s the editor of The Monthly, which refers to how often they have a coherent thought:
Hmmm … can you figure out how many ways he’s wrong?
Then there’s this. From Belinda Barnet. She’s a Senior Lecturer Media. Yes, she teaches people. Lord help her students.
She tweeted this:
She wasn’t entirely happy to be corrected. She tried to delete her tweet.
Remember. She’s an academic.
What if he’d leaked to the media
According to this week’s press freedom campaign, if he’d passed them to journalists he shouldn’t be charged.
Federal police have charged a former Australian intelligence official with breaching secrecy laws after ASIO discovered a cache of classified files during a raid on his home in late 2015.
The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald can reveal that Roger Uren was arrested and charged last week with multiple counts of engaging in the unauthorised handling of classified material in breach of the intelligence services act.
It’s understood Mr Uren’s charges were authorised by Attorney-General Christian Porter, according to sources familiar with the matter. Mr Uren, who was released on bail last week, is married to Chinese-Australian lobbyist and suspected intelligence operative Sheri Yan.
I’m a woman, goddammit, now wax my balls
Excuse the image, but there’s not a lot in this story that isn’t nauseating.
But this man who thinks he’s a woman went into a beauty parlour and wanted his balls waxed. A sure sign that you’re a man. If you have balls.
Jessica “Jonathan” Yaniv, who infamously brought human rights complaints against multiple British Columbia estheticians for declining to perform services on her male genitals has lost her cases.
The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms today issued a news release declaring victory on behalf of their clients, as an early ruling in favour of the mostly home-based salon workers was announced just one day after the Canadian federal elections.
According to the news release, The decision noted, “human rights legislation does not require a service provider to wax a type of genitals they are not trained for and have not consented to wax.” The decision further found that Yaniv “engaged in improper conduct,” “filed complaints for improper purposes,” and concluded Yaniv’s testimony was “disingenuous and self-serving.” Finally, noted the Tribunal, Yaniv was “evasive and argumentative and contradicted herself” while giving evidence.
The JCCF represented five of more than 10 aesthetician workers Yaniv brought complaints against, many of whom were immigrants or from visible minority or highly religious communities. This, along with Yaniv’s history of racially charged remarks, led many to speculate that the complaints were racist or xenophobic in nature.
Most significantly, the Tribunal ordered costs of $2,000 payable each to three of the five women represented by the Justice Centre, including one woman, Mrs. Hehar Gill, who had been forced to close her business due to Yaniv’s vexatious litigation. According to the JCCF’s news release, Mrs. Gill, a practicing Sikh, explained to Yaniv that she was only able to provide services to female clients due to her religion.
Actually, we should feel sorry for this person. They have serious mental problems.
— Jessica Yaniv (@trustednerd) October 21, 2019
— Jessica Yaniv (@trustednerd) October 20, 2019
Is “blech” a pronoun?