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The Forum > General Discussion > Misogyny the Song. Humour/satire with a Liberal Bias.

Misogyny the Song. Humour/satire with a Liberal Bias.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acX-1bc-agY Worth a look and quite well done bar the quality of the singer.

I fear that because Labor are so bad,this will in turn lower the standards of the Coalition.Have you ever played in a good team and faced a poor opponent? Often that poor opponent will drag your team down to their standards.
Posted by Arjay, Tuesday, 23 October 2012 8:54:23 PM
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That's not satire: satire is funny.

This is an example of satire:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YMnEpOsGH4o&feature=related

Cheers,

Tony
Posted by Tony Lavis, Wednesday, 24 October 2012 1:43:34 AM
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So too is the idea Labor is so bad, satire that, very funny even if unintended.
Our arjay gets the Bull by the tail more often than?
Tony loose Lips Abbott
Posted by Belly, Wednesday, 24 October 2012 5:18:38 AM
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Dear coalition, please bring back Malcolm. He is the only good thing you have got going for you.
Otherwise the frontline of your lot is full of ecclesiastics like bishops and abbotts.
Posted by Robert LePage, Wednesday, 24 October 2012 8:02:02 AM
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Dear Labor, please take Turnbull, we don't want him. Besides you are the champions of bull, so he'll turn best for you.
Posted by Hasbeen, Wednesday, 24 October 2012 9:44:16 AM
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From Our Very Own Gerard!

http://www.thesydneyinstitute.com.au/issue-159/

Tony Jones: It is a free country and there’s a dictionary and you can look up the definition.

Bill Shorten: Yep. Okay.

That was Monday night. On Tuesday Sue Butler, the editor of the Macquarie Dictionary which is based at the (taxpayer subsidised) University of Sydney, held an extraordinary meeting of the powers-that-be-at-the-Macquarie Dictionary. They decided to re-define the meaning of “misogyny” in a way which accommodated Mr Shorten’s definition.

So there you have it. Pre-Q&A, “misogyny” was defined as hatred of women. However, post-Q&A, the definition was softened to include entrenched prejudice against women.

This now means that when the Prime Minister Julia Gillard accused Tony Abbott in the Parliament last week of misogyny she may have meant that he hated women or she may have meant that he was only prejudiced against women.

So, where is the Jesuit connection that circles the conspiracy – so to speak? Well, Tony Abbott was educated at the Jesuit run St Ignatius, Riverview, in Sydney.

Get it? The Jesuit educated Bill Shorten has changed the meaning of the word “misogyny” so that the Jesuit educated Tony Abbott cannot be accused of hating half the population. According to the brand-new definition, he might be prejudiced against half the population. That’s all and demonstrates that the graduates of Jesuit schools are just prejudiced when they don’t really hate. [Fascinating. I wonder if we could work on Ms Butler and her anonymous colleagues at the Macquarie Dictionary. Currently the Macquarie Dictionary links the term “Nazi” with Adolf Hitler and the National Socialist Party of recent memory. But some people use the word “Nazi” with respect to such contemporary conservative political leaders as John Howard and Angela Merkel. Perhaps, after a Q&A program, Ms Butler of the Macquarie Dictionary might call an emergency meeting of her anonymous colleagues and extend the definition of Nazi to read as follows: “Nazi: one who believes in or sympathises with the policies characteristic of Hitler or John Howard or Angela Merkel”. Just a thought. – Ed].
Posted by Houellebecq, Wednesday, 24 October 2012 5:19:36 PM
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