Thursday, June 2, 2011

Mouth Of The Yarra

ACCUSED by a Phage reporter and fellow Fairfax employee of spreading "nonsense" about the cost of our PM's carbon tax, there could be little doubt that 3AW's Neil Mitchell would very soon be saying something rather pointed about Melbourne's "quality journalism" broadsheet. That moment has now gone to air, and it is well worth hearing.

What a remarkable company! Fairfax's two most visible assets in Australia's second-largest city, and each now chucking mud at the other.That raspy, geriatric chuckle you can hear? It's Rupert Murdoch enjoying the show.

2 comments:

  1. PhillipGeorge(c)2011June 3, 2011 at 10:23 AM

    Prof, Has anyone in any Australian newspaper or electronic media said even a dozen words on the fact that Australians are in Afghanistan fighting to secure an Islamic Republic? I mean maybe the details were hard to get.
    Sorry - someone had to say it: The Emperor looks good- butt naked is the new black.
    Prof, 6 day creationist protestant Christians get used to sitting on their hands. Geert Wilders sticks out like the anomaly on One-Tree-Hill. The secularists hold every microphone; there's just one thing, it's wrong.

    How many Buddhists are there in Pakistan? Now why is that?

    I was born in Australis Prof so I didn't get a choice to flee here, the question is when here no longer is where to then? The deracinated majority weep, Neil Mitchells hold the microphone.

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  2. PhillipGeorge(c)2011June 3, 2011 at 1:46 PM

    Professor, maybe you are up with the word but the Afghan National Army soldier who shot dead Lance Corporal Jones may have been following the Koranic writ of Taqiyya, whereby deception is good.

    It is a bigger question than I can answer how taqiyya is considered consistent with Western Jurisprudence; and by whom.

    Perhaps Anonymous has done an essay on it. No-one, full stop, seems to talk publicly about these things.

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