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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby greggerypeccary » 21 Sep 2018, 10:45

HBS Guy wrote:A true christian: suffer the little children.


I'm listening to him on ABC radio right now.

Jesus, he's a creepy, slimy, lying bastard.

Thank God he'll only be PM for a few months.
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby Sprintcyclist » 23 Sep 2018, 13:04

Great Scott has been our exalted Leader for over a week, see the result already.


................. Standard and Poor’s has removed its negative outlook on Australia’s AAA sovereign credit rating, greatly reducing the risk of a near-term downgrade by the group.
It says the stable outlook reflects an expectation that Australia’s budget will return to surplus by the early 2020s.
It says the rating could come under pressure again if house prices fall sharply.
A downgrade to Australia’s AAA credit rating is no longer a near-term threat with Standard and Poor’s (S&P) revising its outlook from “negative” to “stable” today.

“The stable outlook reflects our expectations that the general government fiscal balance will return to surplus by the early 2020s,” the ratings agency said in a statement. ..................



https://www.businessinsider.com.au/aust%20...%20ors-2018-9
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby HBS Guy » 23 Sep 2018, 13:28

And when they can’t reach a surplus. . .?

Surpluses are not what pays down debt anyway.
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby pinkeye » 24 Sep 2018, 00:49

Sprintcyclist wrote:Great Scott has been our exalted Leader for over a week, see the result already.


................. Standard and Poor’s has removed its negative outlook on Australia’s AAA sovereign credit rating, greatly reducing the risk of a near-term downgrade by the group.
It says the stable outlook reflects an expectation that Australia’s budget will return to surplus by the early 2020s.
It says the rating could come under pressure again if house prices fall sharply.
A downgrade to Australia’s AAA credit rating is no longer a near-term threat with Standard and Poor’s (S&P) revising its outlook from “negative” to “stable” today.

“The stable outlook reflects our expectations that the general government fiscal balance will return to surplus by the early 2020s,” the ratings agency said in a statement. ..................



https://www.businessinsider.com.au/aust%20...%20ors-2018-9



Puhlease... :roll :roll
Scott Morrison is not in control of anything, and I find him peculiarly unappealing as a leader of anything but a prayer group.
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby greggerypeccary » 24 Sep 2018, 19:47

pinkeye wrote:
Sprintcyclist wrote:Great Scott has been our exalted Leader for over a week, see the result already.


................. Standard and Poor’s has removed its negative outlook on Australia’s AAA sovereign credit rating, greatly reducing the risk of a near-term downgrade by the group.
It says the stable outlook reflects an expectation that Australia’s budget will return to surplus by the early 2020s.
It says the rating could come under pressure again if house prices fall sharply.
A downgrade to Australia’s AAA credit rating is no longer a near-term threat with Standard and Poor’s (S&P) revising its outlook from “negative” to “stable” today.

“The stable outlook reflects our expectations that the general government fiscal balance will return to surplus by the early 2020s,” the ratings agency said in a statement. ..................



https://www.businessinsider.com.au/aust%20...%20ors-2018-9



Puhlease... :roll :roll
Scott Morrison is not in control of anything, and I find him peculiarly unappealing as a leader of anything but a prayer group.


He's a low life scumbag.

Without doubt the worst PM we've ever had.

He makes the woman basher look good.
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby Sprintcyclist » 25 Sep 2018, 00:37

Comments here in the main indicate the poster is a negative, reactionary, nonparticipating and noncontributory person.

They probably could not have a good orgasm.
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Re: Scott Morrison

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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby greggerypeccary » 25 Sep 2018, 19:20

mothra wrote:Image


Do you have this in .jpg format?

I can't find it anywhere.
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby HBS Guy » 25 Sep 2018, 19:51

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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby Julia » 25 Sep 2018, 23:25

The Lefties are SO excited thinking that Labor has secretly RESTARTED the BOATS!!!!!

But Dutto is already on the job stopping the Greeny+Labor attempt to RESTART the BOATS on aeroplanes.

Just think how bad things would be if Labor+Greenies got in and RESTARTED the BOATS!!!!!

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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby pinkeye » 26 Sep 2018, 04:42

No replies to your reactionary propaganda.???
Gee imagine that...... Liar
you aren't doing anything but reinforcing the dismay and despair most GOOD Australian people feel at this governments' policies.
Carry on with BS we all see from this government, and see people leaving the 'fold' in droves.
Not every Australian is a fucking idiot... even tho the LNP think that about their constituents.

What a pile of BS... couldn't thro in a Chinese Carrier or two.? :roll :roll
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby Julia » 26 Sep 2018, 07:09

Pinky is SO excited thinking that Labor has secretly RESTARTED the BOATS!!!!!

No surprise the Lefties + Greenies HATE Dutto more with each boat full of illegal Black African Terrorists he stops from illegally invading Australia.

That's why the mad as cut snakes Extremist Greenies tried to fabricate some bulldust about Dutto who is Australia's HERO.

Just look at how he skillfully played his part in purging the Libs of moody Malcolm with Tony Abbott's and Alan Jones from 2GB's help.
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby Julia » 26 Sep 2018, 08:34

Now Australia's HERO Peter Dutton is softening Victoria up for the change of govt to Lib by exposing the gross neglect of public responsibility of the imposter Vic Labor "Govt".

Gosh won't this inflame the mad as cut snakes Extremist Greenies' HATRED for Dutto.




Peter Dutton on Victoria’s crime wave
AMM  26/09/2018

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Almost every time Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton cancels a scumbag’s visa that bastard of an Administrative Appeals Tribunal grants an appeal and returns black savages to traumatise a troubled community. To be effective the AAT will have to be purged of leftwing ideologues. Labor won’t allow that because the AAT was founded as a resort for unemployable lawyers.

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has taken the extraordinary step of getting monthly reports on Victorian youth gang associates, which show 15 of the 58 foreign ­nationals identified by authorities have had their visas cancelled.



Youth gangs linked to visa cancellations
Source: News Corp

Federal Liberal backbencher Jason Wood also revealed yesterday that he was behind several of the referrals to Home Affairs and Victoria Police, after seeing cases reported in the media.

Heavily redacted copies of ­reports from the first six months of this year, obtained under Freedom of Information laws, show that between April 2016 and May 2018, Victoria Police referred 52 foreign nationals linked to youth gangs to the Department of Home Affairs.

“The department has identified another six foreign nationals linked to Victorian youth gangs through media reporting and confirmed their links with Victoria Police,” the June 2018 report says.

Of the 58 foreign nationals identified, 15 have had visas ­cancelled and another 15 were under “active cancellation consideration”.


Although redacted, the document lists Sudanese, New Zealand and Samoan as nationalities among the visa cancellations or those under consideration.

A Department of Home Affairs statement said visa cancellations had been an ­important tool to protect the ­community.

“The department regu­larly provides briefings to portfolio ministers on a broad range of ­issues, including character and cancellation matters,” it said.

The new data comes as the federal Coalition continues to hammer Victoria’s Labor govern­ment for going soft on crime and refusing to acknowledge the scale and nature of an African-Australian youth gang crisis.

But the low ratio of visa cancellations to referrals has prompted Victorian Police Minister Lisa Neville to accuse the federal government of failing in its execution of a “tough on crime” agenda.

Details of the offences committed by those with cancelled visas have also been included in the reports, including assaulting police, aggravated burglary, armed robbery, false imprisonment and possessing firearms.

Mr Wood said the reports highlighted the need for better co-ordination between state-based police and Home Affairs, noting that the majority of visa status checks were the result of inquiries from police and outside referrals, rather than automatic checks.

“For people convicted of serious, violent crimes, you’d think you want to run through to make sure they have a visa … and I have had to refer a number,” he said.

“The only way they find out at the moment (if an offender is on a temporary visa) is if a keen detective out there says ‘Hang on, we’ve got to check if this person is on a visa’ and they have to be proactive.”

The department redacted all names, but among the gang-linked individuals known to have had visas cancelled are South Sudanese national Isaac Gatkuoth, New Zealander Henry Robati and Ethiopian-born Bill Tang.

Gatkuoth, 20, has been among a small group fighting the cancellations after he was released from prison, where he served a 16-month sentence for pointing a shotgun at a man’s head while committing a carjacking.

According to the monthly ­reports, at least five people were seeking a revocation of their visa cancellations or a review by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal at any given time this year.

Another 28 cases that have ­been referred to Home Affairs were not under “active” consideration, according to the June report.

Among those cases were Afghan, New Zealand, Sudanese and Iraqi nationals.

Leftist media saturates the news. Fight back. Send articles to your friends, politicians, local media, and facebook.

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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby Julia » 26 Sep 2018, 08:34

And a few juicy COMMENTS to thrill the Lefties


Graham Richards 26/09/2018, 6:03 am
Don’t purge the AAT, simply dissolve it. Like the Paris Accord it’s another UN/Globalist
construct designed to diminish Australian sovereignty. Remember the “Compact” to hand our immigration processes over to the UN that Turnbull& Bishop were keen to sign.?
The reluctance of the Labor Party to act is confirmation that it’s a Socialist/UN agreement to interfere with the authority of our democratically elected government & its immigration policies.
Why won’t Morrison act? Is he really Turnbull #2??


DT 26/09/2018, 6:46 am
Get rid of the AAT and all other tools of globalism and UN organisations in Australia.

I noted a headline this morning that President Trump has once again attacked the UN for interfering in member nation affairs and his comments were received, according to the headlines, laughter and head shaking. What nations were those delegates from I wonder? So called developing nations no doubt, the eager recipients of at least part of the wealth being targeted for redistribution to them.

Classic UN, so many third world nations now voting.


DT 26/09/2018, 7:23 am
President Trump rejects globalism …

https://www.news.com.au/world/north-america/world-leaders-laugh-at-donald-trump-during-united-nations-speech/news-story/37e21def9463a5edea288c5c2a4d77d2


Aktosplatz 26/09/2018, 6:47 am
People from outside made welcome here, are expected to behave. If they do not, they should be deported.

What is so difficult to understand about this? Peter Dutton clearly does, but this A.A.T seems determined to undermine the law.

Another opportunity for Morrison to prove himself (or otherwise)


Tony W 26/09/2018, 7:43 am
Akto, our PM is a ‘marketing guy’ they mostly follow the trend, hardly ever lead and as we know marketing guys always tend to appeal to the masses.
Sadly, it’s quite probably – otherwise.


luk1955 26/09/2018, 6:57 am
If Dutton knew the Federal Constitution, he would dissolve the AAT and put all its employees in jail.. The AAT are acting as judicial officers, itself a violation of the Federal Crimes Act, and this is one of the most serious offences one can commit. Want a return to law and order then the Federal Constitution takes top dog in this arena. Anything else is just criminal activity. Only judges can practice judicial acts, certainly not lawyers. The Constitution states that lawyers cannot serve in any Parliamentary capacity whatever, but 80% of our mps are liars for hire, oops lawyers schooled in hiding the law from us.


DT 26/09/2018, 7:05 am
The Constitution?
How old fashioned is that, UN Treaty is so more convenient for politicians in government.


Zoltan 26/09/2018, 7:20 am
Don’t you mock our constitution! They use it a lot in Canberra. It’s soft, strong and very long.
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby hatty » 26 Sep 2018, 08:55

I am speechless........

Take it to Infowars.

And stop calling refugees illegals!

There is no fucking law in existence that says it''s illegal to be a refugee.

FACT.

Hateful divisive bullshit
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby HBS Guy » 26 Sep 2018, 12:18

hatty wrote:I am speechless........

Take it to Infowars.

And stop calling refugees illegals!

There is no fucking law in existence that says it''s illegal to be a refugee.

FACT.

Hateful divisive bullshit


Yup.

Not worth responding to YouLiar.
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby greggerypeccary » 26 Sep 2018, 20:53

HBS Guy wrote:JPG


Nah.

That doesn't work either.

It has to have an .jpg extension, or else I can't post it in OzPol.
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby HBS Guy » 26 Sep 2018, 21:11

http://i1263.photobucket.com/albums/ii636/maxine124/Burnside_zpsosfh8k9d.jpg

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I dunno, work my fingers to the bone for you lot {grumble} {grinch} {!}
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby mothra » 26 Sep 2018, 21:12

greggerypeccary wrote:
HBS Guy wrote:JPG


Nah.

That doesn't work either.

It has to have an .jpg extension, or else I can't post it in OzPol.


I just run it through my favourite meme generator, imgflip. Here you go:

https://i.imgflip.com/2ira3f.jpg
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby greggerypeccary » 27 Sep 2018, 12:44

mothra wrote:
greggerypeccary wrote:
HBS Guy wrote:JPG


Nah.

That doesn't work either.

It has to have an .jpg extension, or else I can't post it in OzPol.


I just run it through my favourite meme generator, imgflip. Here you go:

https://i.imgflip.com/2ira3f.jpg


I can't find any way on there to make .jpgs

:sad
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby HBS Guy » 27 Sep 2018, 13:05

I use the free app that came with my laptop, Preview. Import, change size etc (I just change size!) Save as png/jpg/pdf etc
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby mothra » 27 Sep 2018, 13:12

greggerypeccary wrote:
mothra wrote:
greggerypeccary wrote:
HBS Guy wrote:JPG


Nah.

That doesn't work either.

It has to have an .jpg extension, or else I can't post it in OzPol.


I just run it through my favourite meme generator, imgflip. Here you go:

https://i.imgflip.com/2ira3f.jpg


I can't find any way on there to make .jpgs

:sad


I run the image through this:

https://imgflip.com/memegenerator


Converts anything to a nicely sized jpg.
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby greggerypeccary » 27 Sep 2018, 13:22

mothra wrote:
greggerypeccary wrote:
mothra wrote:
greggerypeccary wrote:
HBS Guy wrote:JPG


Nah.

That doesn't work either.

It has to have an .jpg extension, or else I can't post it in OzPol.


I just run it through my favourite meme generator, imgflip. Here you go:

https://i.imgflip.com/2ira3f.jpg


I can't find any way on there to make .jpgs

:sad


I run the image through this:

https://imgflip.com/memegenerator


Converts anything to a nicely sized jpg.


Hmm, I just can't get it to work for me.
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby greggerypeccary » 27 Sep 2018, 13:23

Oh, got it now! :bgrin
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Re: Scott Morrison

Postby mothra » 27 Sep 2018, 13:28

greggerypeccary wrote:Oh, got it now! :bgrin


It helps when you get those images with ridiculously long urls that you know will never work here or on Ozpol.
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