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Australia, and a strange affliction


David Davis

A “Dr Nathan Grills” (must be a made-up name, to signify apparent¬† harmlessness) states that “Santa Claus promotes obesity and drink-driving among children”, and ought to be modified.

Apparently, Dr “Grills” is a “health expert”, whatever that might be. I think he’s just an ordinary fascist killjoy scumbag, who also happens – very sadly and unforgiveably – to be Australian. And in “Monash University too? The good Old Man must be turing in his grave. For that reason alone, being what Dr “Grills” seems to be, he ought to know better than to espouse nasty fascist notions of control and repression.

All Australians whom I have met in my time have not been like that at all, and are all charming and normal human beings, who thus like a drink or three and some fried food (and probably pies too) so I wonder what’s getting into them – specially after that Conroy fellow the other day was gassing on about internet censorship and some sort of Australian “firewall”.

Perhaps Dr “Grills” ought to see more to whatever pox is invading the minds of him and his countrymen. He’s a medic I suppose?

If not, I suggest you poms down there underneath (oh, no that’s us isn’t it, we’re the actual poms) kill and truss and barbecue and eat the bugger. Leave his head and spinal cord uneaten, you’ll get Mad-Sociologist-Disease if you don’t…

Most shattering news of the day.


David Davis

Have under-worked, under-terrified busybodies got nothing better to do with their days, than complain to grocers about the dates on foodstuffs?

They should have lived in the 1940s and 50s. they’d have been lucky to have anything, they’d have had to queue, there were no carrier bags, there was rationing, and shops were closed at the hours you most wanted them.

Bugger them, for a start.

Under the baleful influence of the Wireless Tele Vision, many people have grown too fond of reacting to -negligible levels of stress, as advocated by the glossy-slebmag format of most ” Pro¬† Grammes “. there are worse troubles to assail them – such as the threats to their liberty – unless they have forgotten already that they ought to have some of the stuff.