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A Letter to the Editor from Morrie Moneyweather.

I have refrained from writing to this blog for over a year but it has gottin to much for me. Im sick and tied of the constant attacks on the Prime Minister and his cabnet.

I really don’t know where to start. Everyday there is a constant stream of pissweek comantary from writers with little to say and all the time in the world to say it.

Take the attacks on the best Speaker the House of Reps has ever ad. I mean she shows remarkable decorum in the face of so much abuse from Shorten and his mob of fwits. She is always reasonable to the point of being overlyfair. They simply don’t deserve it.

And now they are critising her because she jumps (well not litrally but I bet she could) on a plain for a fund raising event. How bloody stupid is that. How on earth do you expect the best possible government if they don’t have enough money to win elections. Our Bronny deserves a meddle for what she puts up with.

What you people on the left don’t appreciate is that if you want the best educated ministry then someone has to pay.The one we have now is the best ever and it shows in all the ideas and policies it produces. Fairdinkum I was talking to me mate Blind Freddy the other day and he reckoned the country would have gone to the dogs if Abbott wasn’t elected.

Giving the rich discounts on Super was just what was needed to give us more effulence. After all it’s the rich that support the poor. Everyone knows that. That’s Tonies plan. Build up the wealth of those rightfully privalaged and they can then support the poor. We have always done that. They don’t appreciate it though.

Take all the things Joe wants to do for the Country. No one understands his motives. Well Labor doesn’t. All they do is critic. I was talking to my Financial Adviser the other day and he reckons they are all just jealous.I know I inherited mine and I had the best of education. Well all they have to do is get off their collective arses and get a job. God only knows Tony is providing enough of them.

And what about the climate. I mean have we ever had a prime minister so on top of the sciences. While Im at it and this is the mane reason I have written is to comment on the stuppiddy of that fellow John Lord. I told him last time that he needs a manager because hes been handling himself to long. Then he emailed bak to say he was to old to handel anything.

This is what he should have wrote:

Has Australia ever, so wisely, elected a man so positive about the countries future and exprecced it so clearly.? A person with such truth and transparency. So sensitive to those who cannot help themselves. So willing to endorse and foster equality. So knoweggible of technology and science. So aware to the needs of women. That’s why women like his as there minster. So adeptt at policy formation and its implementation. (note the good spelling. That’s what a private education gives you) So on top of good communication. So diplomatic, so ambassadorial, so sensitive, in his attitude toward oth…ers. So accomdating of those who desire equality. And in touch with a modern pluralist society. A man so sophisticated in deep worldly acumen and discernment, yet religiously motivated.

Glad I got that of me chest actually. Might I suggest that the writers on this blog try a bit less bias otherwise they will end up like the ABC. Christ don’t start me on them. I have no malcontent toward anyone. Just try to be more fair and give credit where credits dew. Then we con have some real intercourse.

Thanks again to my son Miles and his mates from Melbourne Gramma year 12 english class for all there help with the composition and proof reading.

Its testimy of what Commonwealth investment in private schools can achieve.

Morrie Moneyweather. Malvern.

PS Say hello to Kaye. She is the only one at the blog who apprecuates my intellect and ability to see through all the shit.

 

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  1. Clive Manson

    Unother write wing zealot!……

    Obvesly bin thru the Pyne re:ejucation program.

    Well dun Morrie!

  2. David

    John after reading your excellent posts, there are times I don’t know if I should laugh or weep. Your brand of incisive humour reflects your talent for writing with deadpan cynicism and satire. Good read this one.
    I wouldn’t send it to the parties involved, as you know for them it would be plain, honest truth. Kaye being the exception I look forward to her response, will be fun.

    Just a note on ‘Kerosine Bish’, I noted her office responded to the hundreds of social media attacks on her $5,5K 80 Kilometre helicopter jaunt with typical Lib bullshite. I quote directly …“It [is] because of her concern for the country, she works as hard as she can and wishes she could do even more.” Now that brought on hysterical laughter on my part. Attending a Lib fundraiser falls into the catagory ‘her concern for the country’. Seriously!!!! I see even Hockey wouldn’t support the expense, today’s Guardian quoting him…the expense doesn’t pass the sniff test’. The sniff test?
    All manner of responses came to mind reading that from Hockey, most rude, so I will leave it there.

    Thank John

  3. Roswell

    David, is that right? Did Bishop’s office really say that? I’m appalled.

  4. stephentardrew

    Beaudiful think I will vote L-NP now. So erudite and down-lifting. Master of pros, whoops is that how ya spell it, anyway Lord God Almighty you have been served.

  5. Gilly

    Typical RWNJ (nut job, journalists not welcome), such a blatant overstatement and example of LNP intelligence, education and moral fibre. He, he, he. Oops I really must take the danger they present seriously. Thanks John.

  6. Blinkyewok

    Thanks John, we need a good laugh. Did you manage to find out what “a sniff test” involves? Not sure i want to know.

  7. Kaye Lee

    Far be it from me to ever criticise Morrie’s pearls of wisdom. I am only a female ex-teacher. What would I know. I also attended a public school and threw away my old school tie when I left 40 years ago so could never aspire to Morrie’s circles of power and effluence.

    I do however have a few questions. Jesus came from the Middle East so why are we listening to what he said? Going around saying things like “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for someone who is rich to enter the kingdom of God,” smacks of discrimination. And why is he blessing bludgers? “For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me. Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” Sounds like bloody socialism to me!

  8. durmese

    Whiy arr yoou writting such illitarte drivel mORRIE , you carnt even spel Engrish and that correcly or right

    allrite you leeve Toni Abbort arone KO ??

  9. keerti

    yes, but then Kaye, jesus wasn’t even a christian!

  10. babyjewels10

    LOL

  11. crypt0

    Well said Morrie … it’s about time we had a bit of thoughtful right wing conservative commentary about the place.
    There should be more like you , and of course gerard henderson, andrew and so on …
    Just so the plebs are in no doubt as to what they should be thinking.
    Don’t leave it all to the lefty lynch mob ABC …

  12. Kaye Lee

    Jesus wore dresses

  13. Steve Laing

    I thought the sniff test was restricted to Troy Buswell. I didn’t realise it was a bona fide LNP process.

  14. Terry2

    Joe Hockey famously said ” the age of entitlement is over” what you may have missed was the full quote, which went on to say “for you” !

  15. jimhaz

    [Going around saying things like “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for someone who is rich to enter the kingdom of God,” smacks of discrimination]

    Lol, I wonder if Jesus would have been considered at the time the equiv of “post-capitalist”. He was after all just an enlightened man and thus non-materialistic. No wonder he was hunted down and killed – fancy preaching non-materialism.

  16. lawrencewinder

    Is Morrie the intellectual wing of Reclaim Australia & The United Patriot Front ?
    BTW … one of whose leaders thinks that Jesus was gay ’cause he hung around with a dozen blokes for years.

  17. aravis1

    Morrie may well be our George, the fat greasy bastard who is going to speak at the Reclaim Australia rally. And then there’s that Stephen bloke, John…. a good laugh, we need it right now.

  18. keerti

    Aye, Kaylee, but e wa’n’t a Scotsmun, so I guess he wore undies! He also hung out with a prostitute with whom he is reputed to have had “dealings” as well as a few blokes. During occassional shortages he was apparently able to get the whole lot on the grog for bugger all at a wedding. I wonder if it was a same sex one!?

  19. Annie B

    Oh puleeze everyone … I am in stitches here. … fun and funny article, and some waay out comments to boot. …

    btw – it has been said ( elsewhere ) … that Jesus was the first true socialist, even almost communist if you like. I figure he’d have certainly been in Labor or Greens’ camp – being progressive ( and he was, and he paid for it with his life ) and wanting to fair sharely, do right things by others and all. …

    And he was Jewish. …. which must stick in the craw of many, I would think.

    Love Morrie M …. LOL 🙂

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