Sunday, November 29, 2015

Show of hands

Messiah Malcolm Turnbull has a vision somewhere between Paris and Damascus.

Rapper John Brennan from Undead States is filling in for John Kerry, his turntabling mate Mr Erd-O-gan is making the beats
 'bomb bomb bomb,
 friendly diplomacy
bomb bomb
bomb bomb'

A cunning plan fit to make Putin's head fly clean off. Meanwhile wars and the oil industry trundle on.

Thursday, November 26, 2015

The Duumbvirate do government

The game of governing

Barnaby Joyce has a life lesson for Scott Morrison

In the paperless office Rock always wins

Saturday, November 21, 2015

A prayer for Mal Brough

Mal Brough prays and Wyatt Roy innovates, patched in to a link to God

Local Customs - Borderline Perversion

An introduction to local customs
with ol' Dead Eyes, Peter Dutton.

Our lips are sealed so all instruction is conducted using mime and , err, physical guidance

Get used to strip searches and having your children removed

Wednesday, November 11, 2015


Chris Pyne was looked tired and emotional towards the end of the Abbott era, now he's back to his work as chief gargoyle of the house

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Preferred Messiah - a sober analysis

Lenore Taylor.

Sitting opposite Malcolm Turnbull is like having an audience with God, he is Australia's preferred Messiah by a country mile.

A very handsome Messiah points out some of the competition

Elected with a healthy 97% of the vote, life is good for Abdul Fatah al-Sisi, despite the rapid onset of the creepy skin condition known as "dictator's face"(Scrofula Kopfaeces). This is the Price of being Egypt's strongman, that's not a teardrop tattoo under his eye, just natural wear and tear.

A fan of Kafka, Sisi loves his centipede and cockroach braid

Sisi demands that his people be as happy as he.
What price Prince Charles with a George Cross pinned to his nose? Though it could equally be an Iron Cross with oak clusters. He's a bit of a dick, a fan of novelty ties, and future hereditary head of state with a habit of scrawling personal demands to ministers