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The ABC gets what it’s paying for

At 3 PM yesterday the ABC tweeted this:

The tweet links to an article by Kristina Kenneally.

The article is from 27 February 2017.

Kennealy is appearing on Q&A tonight, which the ABC would argue gives the piece currency.

The other way to look at it is that Kenneally is a known, vocal critic of the Catholic Church – and a powerful voice. Not just because she is a senator, but because she doesn’t hide (a) Catholic faith or (b) her disappointment with the myriad failings of the church.

In this way, the program knows what it is going to get: a Catholic basher.

What’s Kenneally’s point?

Kenneally’s main point in the article is that:

Every Muslim who speaks out is expected to own, explain and condemn any act carried out by Muslims worldwide. The same doesn’t apply to Catholics.


Let’s reverse it: find a Catholic leader who applauds clerical pedophilia.

Find a passage from the Bible that excuses the sexual abuse of children.

Kenneally is the worst virtue signaller because she knows that shat she is saying is rubbish. Most virtue signallers can hide behind their own naivete.

Rabbi Shmuley

Shmuel “Shmuley” Boteach, an American Orthodox Jewish rabbi, will be appearing alongside Kenneally tonight on Q&A.

Yesterday, he tweeted this:

I’m not sure Kenneally is going to have a good time with the Rabbi.


The idiot son has a dopey sister

Daisy Turnbull has joined the family business  – being a disgrace on social media.

Does she not know that her father did almost everything she is accusing Ciobo of?


Industry super wants to become activists

A great read that should worry everyone with super. Which is all of us.

The Washington Post apologises to Covington High School students

Not because they feel bad but they’re worried the lawsuit was going to be really, really expensive.

Have you met AOC? You should

AOC is the acronym for the fresh face of the Democrats: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

She’s not the sharpest tool in the shed. but she is very photogenic so she can get away with a lot.

And she likes to dance.

Have a read about her. You’ll be hearing more from here. The Breakdown covered her Green new deal here (that wasn’t a great success for AOC).


Antonio Vivaldi was born on this day in 1678.

Summer in G Minor is a personal favourite from the evergreen Four Seasons … a real string breaker.

The real action starts at 8’19”.