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Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Spin cycle goes into overdrive
As predicted the spin doctors of the Australian left have "chucked a wobbly". Foaming at the mouth and spitting uncontrollably they have turned on the Australian people - or at least that majority of the Australian people who don't live in trendy inner city apartments or in tree houses in the rainforests. The spin is in: the people are to blame because they are greedy, selfish, apathetic and ignorant - i.e they don't share the left's politically correct socialist agenda.
Here's one random sample from the Australian newspaper:
Greens blame greed, ignorance
The Greens, of course, should be more accurately labelled as The Reds, as they represent the loony left in Australian politics - as opposed to the regular left. Their neo-pagan worship of nature is really just a handy cover for a range of policies from the far left fringes of the socialist brave new world.
Yes, you're certainly not all right, Kris...
You're "disappointed with the majority of Australian voters".
In fact you have got some big problems... not the least your holier-than-thou superior elitist disdain for democracy.