ADORABLE KRISTINA KENEALLY.


In fond memory of an agreeable Lady. Comment reprinted from September 7, 2010.

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She had to contend with thrice the number of crooks Queensland has in Housing and Bligh is part of the joke.

The NSW Keneally girl is a real sweetie and cops too much unwarranted flack for former colleague’s stuff-ups. The unfortunate patsie has been at the helm for only five minutes and has earned her soon to be accessed retirement hand-outs. Her marriage into Australian literary royalty justifies the mention of an earlier Australian writer whose strong and compelling novel, POWER WITHOUT GLORY explored every criminal facet that explains the Courier-Mail’s heritage and Government corruption of the early 1900s; could do with an airing where its present replication would gob-smack Frank Hardy, such is the smug acceptance and laissez-faire of Executive crime. The Queensland Premier-looter, on the other hand, has had a decade of plundering and authoring deals with another high-profile corporate criminal with whom she toured the USA and became enamored with Arizona’s pedestrian pull-over laws.

Australians, and Queenslanders in particular, have been trained to adore its openly crooked Cabinet gangsters and copy-cat Mafia crims, public identities who are acknowledged dead-set criminal bash-artists and stand-over merchants. The Courier-Mail supports Labor by talking-up and idolizing past shit like Tom Burns at whom we chuckled for his boating mishaps. He was, ha-ha-ha, a local lovable larrikin and we loved him so.

From his executive desk, a favorite threat to the resolute obstinate who sought a fair go was the warning, “You are always under watch.” The suck-hole tabloid still devote millions of fawning words to arse-holes who should slowly die an up-side down Crucifixion. If justice is to prevail in this State, the George Street Looters Executive Building must lay in ruins surrounded by well-used and bloodied nooses. Voltaire observed that democracy peppered with the occasional assassination might well be a good thing.

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