I’ve often thought about writing something like this. I figure though most of the readers on here are pretty cluey about that kind of stuff.
However, after reading Kemi Badenoch “article” on the Times. It made me feel sick to my stomach. She wanted to make LGB Alliance, who call themselves the new Stonewall. Which is so freaking laughable and the only ones who like them ARE Tories, she wanted to make them STAKEHOLDERS in the Government! She’s one of the worst than Johnson candidates.
What made me feel ill, was that she was mocking the online safety bill. The irony is, of course, it’s too protect people, from people like her. And, when I become unbanned again, I will tell her that. She calls it to help people from their “hurt feelings” Then to go on to say that she will tell people the truth. Seriously, I just want to slap some people.
My Mum does say though that to be a politcian, you have to be a little bit of a psychopath.
So America is having a normal one, I see. First the segregation with trans people and then the “Heart Beat Bill” signed in by a hella lot of men and about 3 possibly fertile women.
I follow Good Law Projects on Twitter. They are currently trying to hold the UK Government to account when it comes to their COVID response, specifically looking at how much the Johnson Government lied. Australia isn’t doing any better.
But get rid of the lot of them, start over. Nothing like a new beginning. Have politicians always been this bad? Or is this just a new trend? I’ve always felt like, there’s always been at least one or two horrible politicians, but lately it’s like a bad bunch of dozens of burnt cupcakes.
Recently the new head of the EHRC in the UK ( Equalities and Human Rights) came out with a whopper. That gender critical women should be allowed to question and mis-gender trans people with no repercussions. Which of course, is horribly wrong.
Recently our most recent Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, apologised to the Church Abuse Victims of Australia…and I was like…
Now, he’s decided that Councils who don’t agree with the date of Australia Day and have their Citizenship Ceremonies on different days, because that’s what their Councils agreed on…HAVE to have it on “Australia Day”…Nothing like the white colonies making people celebrate Australia Day with a national holiday, that’s only been a “National Holiday” since 1994.
I think we are getting to bogged down with a specific date, rather than looking at a particular day. Instead of making it a specific date, how about making it the last Monday every January, seeing as that’s the public holiday anyway for the next couple of years, like Good Friday, Monday,Easter Sunday, Shrove Tuesday, Ash Wednesday, AFL Grand Final, Fathers Day, Mothers Day…Every New Years Day is a different day, if it’s on a Saturday, we don’t hold the public holiday for it on a Monday. The Queens Birthday, we don’t even celebrate it ON her Birthday, we make it every second Monday in June, her birthday is in April. Even then not all states in Australia celebrate it in June! #changetheday
Nothing says “Love Australia and Love Australia Day” like forced Patriotism.
Last Friday I saw a lot of Tweets or Twitters about how John McCain isn’t American and how he’s a traitor and blah, blah…You know, the type that seems to think the whole of America voted while living in America and should perfectly well know that only a little over half of American even voted, keep telling American celebrities they should stick to acting, even though they elected a celebrity. Talk about shooting and using the second amendment to hurt Liberals just because they don’t agree, but it’s the Liberals dividing American…You know, those types.
Has anyone mentioned to them that politicians do this all the time? That it’s something they should be used to be by now? Politicians will say one thing and then do the other? I mean have the even seen what their President has said and changed himself? Do these people know anything about politics or is it just more how “unfair” they think they’ve had it?
THESE PEOPLE MAKE NO SENSE!!!lol
My mind had the most inspirational, mind expanding experience last night. A night that I think will live with me for probably the rest of my life. Last night we had the legendary Stephen Fry in town last and he was speaking on stage for an hour and a half (although it ended up going over the set time…No one was complaining though!). One of the great things that happened after I left that stadium, I actually genuinely felt smarter coming out of that place.
What an inspirational person! I highly recommend that if he is ever in your part of town I strongly recommend that you go out and get tickets.
To give you some clarification of why he was in town to begin with. This year, 40 years ago, we had an law passed that decriminalised homosexuality by our their Prime Minister Don Dunstan, an absolute legend for my state (please look at the link, there are not many politicians like him. As Stephen Fry said “He was years before his time”).
Last night was absolutely the most mind expanding night that I had ever had, it was interesting too because a lot of what he was saying, I’ve been thinking too. Clearly though Stephen Fry can say it much more eloquently than I can and he can definitely put forward a good and intelligent argument. He talked about everything from homosexuality, politics, terrorism, religion. There were a lot of interesting points that he made, for example, I always thought that he was just dead set against religion. Although he would say that he’s a Atheist, he thinks religion can actually be a good thing. Like a lot of people who actually read the religious texts, a lot of religions are based on love and acceptance. Anyone who tries to call another human being “Stupid” for what they do or do not believe in is “sick”.
I was personally blown away by this I have always felt like my atheist friends attack my religious friends far more than the other way around and it really bugs me. What is the difference? Not much really. I am what the term is “Agnostic” so I think there is something out there, I just don’t know what. I believe in Angels, etc.
Stephen Fry’s main focus was on homosexuality and that is where I learnt even more about Oscar Wilde. What a sad life indeed, if only he could have had a time lord as a friend, to see into the future. One cannot even believe that his life would have been as truly horrible as it was, had he been born today. Then again we would not have such classic novels.