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The Not-So-Happy Clapper: Scott Morrison

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has fired back against what he called ‘gutless…keyboard warriors in their mother’s basement’. Specifically, he is responding to some online likening images of him in church with his hand in the air to a Nazi salute. Now, is it fair to suggest that anyone with their hand in the air is imitating a Nazi salute? No. Mr. Morrison was in church and was, after his own style, reaching his hand out to his god. This is not a Nazi salute. That particular comparison was wrong. However, since Mr. Morrison has put his faith in the public domain, it is subject to analysis, criticism and, yes, mockery and scorn if one sees fit. Faith is not, despite its demands, subject to a different standard simply because it is a faith position.

Full disclaimer here before we proceed. Not only do I despise Scott Morrison as Prime Minister, so I am not inclined to be kind to him, but I am also a non-believer. In quoting Christian texts, I make no claim as to their veracity, I am merely attempting to meet Mr. Morrison on his home turf. I will do my best to be as impartial as possible; no promises.

By Their Fruits, You Shall Know Them

The suggestion that the campaign was suspended for the Easter season turned out to be a lie. Colour me surprised. Mr. Morrison invited the media into his church. If his faith were a personal thing, as he claims, he would not have brought the media in. He does not appear to appreciate the nature of his current position. Anything the Prime Minister does is necessarily political. It is not possible to separate the man from the position. If his goal was to humanise himself or make himself look like a regular person, there were surely better ways to achieve this. Pentecostalism, his religion, is, to put it mildly, a bit of an odd group. Indeed, in some circles, it is viewed as a cult. Clapping and tears streaming down the face as they reach their hands out is, frankly, a little goofy.

I mentioned above the inappropriate comparison between Morrison and the Nazi salute. That was not the only criticism aimed at the Prime Minister around his church stunt. The CFMEU first created, and then for some reason removed, a caption mentioning ‘false prophets (or should that be false profits?’. While it is true that Mr. Morrison never claimed to be a prophet, he does not practice the tenets of his religion, and is thus at the very least a false acolyte. He would be aware of the gospel attributed to Matthew, chapter 8:15, which talks of those who ‘praise me [jesus] with their lips, but their hearts are far from me’. In other words, those who say all the right things but whose hearts are unchanged. Surface Christians we might call them.

Whatsoever You Do For the Least of These, You do For Me

Mr. Morrison is the ultimate surface Christian. He might say he loves Jesus and has faith, but faith without works is meaningless (James 2:17). That is, you actually have to do the right thing for your faith to mean anything. His time in office does not reflect his faith in many areas, but immigration is perhaps the most blatant. The Christian bible is actually remarkably pro-immigrant. Of all the texts that could be used, the most concise is Leviticus 19:34, which states in part ‘The stranger who resides with you shall be to you as the native among you, and you shall love him as yourself, for you were aliens in the land of Egypt’. Indeed is all I have to say to that.

Morrison, in fact, typifies the very Pharisees that Jesus struggled against; those who tithe mint and dill, that is, those who follow the little details of the law, but still treat others like garbage. Not living their convictions while at the same time pretending to be so pious. In the parable of the sheep and the goats, Jesus blasted those who mistreated ‘the least of these’ by saying that they treated him the same way. I do not believe that Mr. Morrison would pass muster either.

Was the Criticism of Morrison’s Faith Valid?

All over social media yesterday, various photos of Mr. Morrison in church were circulated, photoshopped and captioned in various ways. His level of offence at his faith being criticised must be considered hollow, given that he voluntarily put it into the public domain. Earlier this year, he said that he has never hidden his faith. Alright, then it is subject to criticism, mockery and scorn. In addition, given how his faith has informed his political opinions, which influence public policy,  he has no right to then turn around and cry foul over it being subject to criticism and scorn. When you stand in a building that pays no tax and pedals at best quasi-historical tales based on limited evidence, you have a great deal of nerve acting outraged when Australians, who are wont to mock things that take themselves too seriously, make fun of you.

A Light Conclusion

Scott Morrison was somehow able to say, with a straight face, that

The thing about my faith is it teaches you humility.

The Prime Minister is, bluntly, the most arrogant politician in recent memory, and that includes Peter Dutton and Tony Abbott. Mr. Morrison constantly passes the buck, blames his predecessor and has an excuse for everything. If your faith teaches humility, Sir, may I suggest going back for another class?

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  1. Jaquix

    Apparently there is a good bit in the Bible (Matthew) about being “hypocritical in the temple”.
    Notice Morrison always floodlit, has a bank of cameras trained on him. They were invited.
    Morrison right up there in the front, with plenty of room arranged for the cameras.
    No sitting in the middle of a row, with the common people, anonymous, actually “worshipping”.
    Morrison worships adulation – for himself.
    But not looking quite so full of himself today, being questioned left right and centre about “Watergate” and Barnaby Joyce and Angus Taylor involvement in a $80 million water buy back. Explosive RN interview of Barnaby Joyce by Pat Karvelas yesterday!

  2. David Bruce

    Seems Social Media is Judge, Jury and Executioner. The rule of law replaced by Public Opinion? Just wondering…

  3. Jack Cade

    I’ll match your ‘despise Scott Morrison as a Prime Minister’ and raise you to ‘…despise Scott Morrison as a creature’.
    Top that and I’ll throw my hand in.

  4. Paul Falconer

    This was surely a calculated PR gimmick from ProMo. Cynical? Moi?

    He was likely trying to humanise himself but he shows his usual lack of judgement. I am sure most Australians would be turned off by that image – far more than would be empathetic. We are a secular country where American-style overt religiosity is a turn-off and even more so for a fringe group of happy-clapping propserity gospelers.

  5. Baby Jewels

    He’s wrong if he thinks I mocked his religion. I mocked his hypocrisy.

  6. David1

    I just mock the hypocritical tosser. Invites the media in twice now to witness his publicity stunts using the name of ‘Christianity’ to do a see me see me. Hilltop organisation should be bloody ashamed of itself for allowing it.
    Abbott did a similar stunt inviting the media to film and photograph him exiting Sunday Mass, the hapless Marge in tow. At least the stunt was performed outside after Mass.

  7. Alcibiades

    Not only do I despise Scott Morrison as Prime Minister, so I am not inclined to be kind to him, but I am also a non-believer.

    Admirable character traits. However, agree wholeheartedly with Jack Cade, one despises & loathes him whether PM or not.

    A charlatan, narcissistic arch opportunist, an arrogant self-absorbed smirking shouty bombastic bullying liar, who aggressively projects his serial lying & deceitful & mendacious character traits onto others. A knowingly & self aware insincere fraud & conman, who uses & now publicly seeks to exploit his ‘supposed’ faith as a rationale for his own ambition, greed & dark joy at putting down & punishing the vulnerable & powerless for their perceived deserving weakness & failure. And those are his better qualities.

    Cannot bear to watch or listen to him, his written words are bad enough.

    Will be glad to see the back of him & as many of his fellow venal scoundrels as possible.

    Re Scomo & like pseudo-cult US manufactured Pentecostals:

    “Going to church doesn’t make you a Christian any more than going to the garage makes you a car.”

    “Your most powerful testimony is how you treat others after the church service is over.”

    Isaiah 29:13 And so the Lord says, “These people say they are mine. They honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me. And their worship of me is nothing but man-made rules learned by rote.

  8. New England Cocky

    Oh dear, and here’s me thinking that purchasing salvation has passed into redundancy with time since the Protestant Reformation.

  9. Rhonda

    He’s in the pentecostal bubble

  10. Awashwithcolour

    I can’t stand Smirkmo and his faith.
    I don’t understand how he is a happy clapping prosperity evangelical Christian who is a self servitive bible basher who obviously doesn’t actually follow the teachings of Jesus. He’s a prime Minister by default and is amongst the worst of the worst of political leaders. He care little if at all for others.
    The sooner we’re rid of him and those other members of the Lying Nasty Party the better.
    As an atheist l am not impressed with this display of religious “humility” . It’s sickening to see and to invite the media to a church service over Easter does not impress most intelligent people. This Americanisation of our politicians and our government is ridiculous and so is all the lying that is exposed on a daily basis.
    The prime Minister doesn’t deserve any respect for the things he’s done to others. The refugee, the poor, the disabled, the elderly, those ripped of by banks and his attitude towards climate change will help him to be remembered if at all by those he sought to abuse as a dangerous climate denialist and a man who did nothing for the people he’s supposed to lead. Where we’re heading at this rate is not going to be pretty.
    I hope we’re rid of him at the election and he disappears!

  11. corvus boreus

    David Bruce,
    I am surprised to hear that ‘Social Media’ in Australia has enabled ‘Public Opinion’ to not only arbitrarily adjudge and pronounce guilt (as often happens within the restrictions of our existing defamation laws) but completely bypass our accepted legal processes to privately levee fines, set terms of incarceration and even impose and apply sentence of capital punishment.

    Perhaps you can cite a few illustrative examples of where and when this has occurred?
    Or perhaps you are indulging in a little bit of testerical hyperbole.

  12. Jack Cade

    Awashwithcolour.

    Morrison’s brand of ‘Christianity’ more or less believes that if you are poor and downtrodden its no more than you deserve. They are absolutely devoid of humility or humanity. They use every trick in the book to line their own pockets. And there are lots of tricks in THEIR book
    I gave my kids two rules to live by; ‘1- ‘Do as you would be done by’、 and
    2- ‘Never do business with someone who keeps a bible on their desk.’

  13. Kaye Lee

    Why do we need to see politicians at church? Why do we need the family Xmas photo like they are the Royal Family? Scott Morrison was saying that he will contact the man who lost his wife and daughter in the Sri Lankan bombings. Why on earth intrude on his grief? Why must politicians attend every sporting event and then why must we endure their folksy chat with the commentators? Why do they ask people if they would like a selfie with them? Why the moody posed photos like the one of Scott Morrison on the jetty at Christmas Island?

    As Julie Bishop said (ironically as it turned out), “You’re not a celebrity, you’re an elected representative, you’re a member of parliament. You’re not Hollywood and I think that when people overstep that line they miss the whole point of that public role.”

  14. Henry Rodrigues

    The greatest sin of all, is not murder, or theft or adultery. It is HYPOCRISY. There in the full glare of bright lights and the strategically placed camera recording all his bullshit, his lying face exhibiting deep religious fervour, the happy clapping dickhead plays the part to perfection. And this was the image that was shown on all the channels including ‘our’ ABC and SBS no doubt on orders from above or desire to show loyalty above and beyond the call of duty. Utter utter bastards, the lot of them. Forgotten are the images of Scummo on Christmas Island which cost taxpayers $ 180m, caressing lumps of black shit in parliament and guffawing, organizing and back grounding his leader last year, his cruel treatment of refugees whilst immigration minister. And this piece of crap thinks he has a direct line to his god ?

    And then he is outraged when people point this out ??????

  15. Kryptoknight

    Nice one Corvus, I concur and add that since the chap is facing his first national exposure as a prime ministerial candidate we are almost obligated to match his invitation to share his religion with feedback.

    I feel this election should have been last August when he jostled his way into the role. Now the more I see the less I like or trust. I didn’t share the aims of his earlier performance as Immigration boss and as treasurer he was loathsome.
    There was a chance that leadership could be his forté but alas he has direction forward. Now we see his more candid lifestyle and as atheists and believers alike conclude: he is crass in ways beyond our imagining.
    The upside is that rarely is so much of the nation in agreement. This bloke is a shocker! His demented mate Dutton buggered up a precarious govt and now the B team are like overripe roadkill. The coach and reserves have already taken off for the bar and the throwbacks are just too painful to watch! This is a mounting case for political euthanasia. We are all in pain. Enough is more than ……

  16. Jack Cade

    I was with you until ‘euthanasia’. I don’t want a nice death for them – I want them to suffer..,

  17. David Bruce

    corvus boreus

    Let us start on the sports field and look at what is happening to Israel Folau.

    If a defamatory article is published in a newspaper, we have libel laws.

    Trial by media, as practiced by the Murdoch press, extends to Australian Politics!

    How many Australians get their opinions from social media today?

    Once upon a time it was “if it was on the telly, it must be true!”

  18. Aortic

    Do they call religious people of all flavours ” practicing” because they never quite get it right? Having been brought up in a strict sect, it took me years to rid myself of the mental inculcation. In younger years it should be classed as child abuse, later continued fantastic nonsense.

  19. Jexpat

    I guess I come from the school of “if it looks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then….”

    From that vantage, there’s really little difference between the overt N*zi and the dogwhistle of a white nationalist/fundamentalist.

  20. corvus boreus

    David Bruce,
    Israel Folau breached the negotiated and agreed terms of his employment contract and subsequently had that contract terminated.
    Such happens happens when you are in a lucrative position that involves PR duties, and you choose to abrogate terms of employment and publicly vilify and ostracise a broad swathe of people, thus emperilling commercial sponsorship.
    Also note that Folaun is challenging his dismissal through legal means, as is his right.
    That dispute over a contract breach hardly qualifies as ‘public opinion’ relacing ‘rule of law’ as ‘judge, jury and executioner’.

    Do you have anything vaguely substantial to back your claim?

  21. Kaye Lee

    I don’t understand how you can assert trial by social media when it is Morrison who floods our social media with his ridiculous and constant photo shoots. I would very much prefer not to endure photos of him at church or at the easter show with his kids or him pulling up carrots whilst wearing a suit or heading a soccer ball while wearing glasses. PLEASE MAKE IT STOP and I promise I will just discuss the policies….oh wait….that’s why we have all the photos of him eating strawberries etc….he doesn’t have any policies other than tax cuts for the rich.

  22. Kronomex

    Thank Brian for Monty Python’s Flying Circus when the electioneering becomes annoying and you need a break. When I run out them it’s on to The Young Ones, Bottom, and possibly a bit of The New Statesman..

  23. Zathras

    What does it mean when a lying and conniving politician sets up up an obscenely expensive and unjustifiably brutal detention system which subjects children to physical, psychological, sexual and developmental abuse yet claims to hold “Christian values”?

    The same man who refuses to let relatives of those he claims to be hapless victims of exploitation attend and mourn at their funerals for political reasons.

    Futhermore he demonises and scapegoats the vulnerable, attacks the media and now tries desperately to reinvent himself as some sort of “man of the people” instead of the heartless and ruthless monster he tried to be in a previous role.

    It’s been said that when Fascism comes to America it will be wrapped in a flag and waving a cross and it’s proving to be the case here as well.

    It’s hypocrisy squared.

  24. Phil

    O my God! Who gives a flying fornication about Morrison and his belief in a man in the sky?

    If this man drunk a bottle of Johnny Walker a day washed down with a carton of beer chaser and ran after women all over town to get their knickers off successfully with his charm, could kick a football accurately for 50 mtrs, and could go five rounds with Mike Tyson and could quote all the sonnets of Shakespeare I would still hate his guts.

    The man ( If that is what he is?) is a creep. In fact the closest he would come to being a man would be, if I took a piss on him, NO? But, he may well smell like one. He is laughing at us, while he laughs all the way to the bank. We are mugs and he knows it. He also took the job on, knowing full well he was going to get the arse at the next election. His picture is in parliament house and he will be living off the sweat of my children’s brow’s for the rest of his miserable life. We should be storming the houses of parliament. Anyone listening to that fucking imbecile Joyce being interviewed about the H2O saga with that Liberal party journalist Patricia the Greek Goddess of caca, and still taking politics serious in this country is in need of examination. We have lost the collective plot.

  25. Kerri

    Reap as Ye shall sow?

  26. OldWomBat

    Jesus turned the money lenders and merchants out of the temple – morrison appears to be of the school that god wants you to be rich. Jesus also said it would be harder for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heavan than for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle (this apparently being a small gate in the city walls that would require a camel to crawl on its knees to attempt this feat). morrison et al have demonised, stigmatised and atttacked the most needy in society totally ignoring the command in Deuteronomy 15:11 of their favourite book which points out that as there will always be poor and needy folk so you must look after them – Jesus also gives an inkling of this sentiment in the sermon on the mount. So it’s easy to nit-pick from the bible to suit and justify your own professed faith. I’d rather use something along the lines of the sermon on the mount as a basis for an equitable and fair society that recognises, and responds to, the needs of other folk and not just uses people as legs-up to greater wealth and power.

  27. margcal

    Thank you for this Tim Jones, very much. I’m a Christian, not much of a one but I try.
    You did what I have wanted for a long time – instead of theological illiteracy and bigotry (which I have complained of here at times, even being given the stage once), you have taken on Morrison on his own turf.

    My own preferred text for that, and what I suggested in the past Abbott should be quizzed about, is the following. It covers just about every Liberal ‘policy’ going, every degrading way they treat people. ….
    Note, I’m not saying anyone has to believe this but, in that Morrison claims to be a Christian, here is a standard to judge him by.

    Matthew 25:31-46 New International Version (NIV)
    The Sheep and the Goats
    31 “When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, he will sit on his glorious throne. 32 All the nations will be gathered before him, and he will separate the people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats. 33 He will put the sheep on his right and the goats on his left.

    34 “Then the King will say to those on his right, ‘Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world. 35 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, 36 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.’

    37 “Then the righteous will answer him, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you something to drink? 38 When did we see you a stranger and invite you in, or needing clothes and clothe you? 39 When did we see you sick or in prison and go to visit you?’

    40 “The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’

    41 “Then he will say to those on his left, ‘Depart from me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels. 42 For I was hungry and you gave me nothing to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me nothing to drink, 43 I was a stranger and you did not invite me in, I needed clothes and you did not clothe me, I was sick and in prison and you did not look after me.’

    44 “They also will answer, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry or thirsty or a stranger or needing clothes or sick or in prison, and did not help you?’

    45 “He will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do for me.’

    46 “Then they will go away to eternal punishment, but the righteous to eternal life.”

  28. Kaye Lee

    I love that bible story too margcal.

    To Scott Morrison I would say Matthew 6:1 “Beware of practicing your righteousness before other people in order to be seen by them, for then you will have no reward from your Father who is in heaven.”

  29. Mother's Basement

    You wont find any Hitler regalia in my Mothers basement Scott..

    But Behind closed doors. The PM salutes a different flag and preaches another gospel at his “spirit filled” rallys than that of our savior Jesus Christ.
    Hitler never said his salute was divinely inspired by the holy ghost, 
    ScoMo at his Horizon church cannot claim such. So what “spirit filled” is ScoMo chanelling. 

    The spirit of Facism? 

    The Holy Ghost is not Facist. 

    Nor is Republican Jesus. 

    The correct spirit filled hand gesture of Pentecostalism is upheld cuped hands in a gesture of receiving of his spirit not one of worship to a Nazi National leader Antichrist Adolf Hitler. 

    ScoMo needs to MAN-UP! to use a alt right term he is so fond of borrowing from the U.S when he derides those defending the faith in Australia as “Grubs living in their Mother’s basement.” Hes so fond of borrowing US alt right language but doesbt like a US alt right response to his religious idiocy that he tells Australians to stand down and stop defending the faith. and not criticise him by saying were bigger than this. The Fat looser and coward reverts back to Aussie idioms the minute things get too out of hand. He better make shaw his garnments are pure and clean before God, before he starts accusing the anointed remnant of Australia as having filthy grub-by garnments before Jesus.
    He wouldnt last five minutes in the USA with the thousands of Ministrys on cable and internet with intense theological focus on these guffs by political leaders, He can thank God he lives in Australia which is fairly layed backed untike America which is very religious. The worse thing is Hitler started to
    persecute Chritians like Bonhoeffer and others for defending the faith as Germany was in free fall much like Australia is today with its Neoliberal day of atonement arrival.

  30. wam

    religious freedom should not be secret what you believe and use to make political decisions should be questioned in public.Arguably, folau’s instruction to god to send gays to hell is unchristian?
    ps what was the meaning of the nazi salute? What is scomo saluting?

  31. Josephus

    I respect Magcal, thank you, and acknowledge that truly admirable aspect of all faiths.
    The man was not doing a Heil Hitler, wam, just making a silly gesture to signal his faith.
    Folau is not being unchristian; gays used to be burnt at the stake, later sent to prison and I do think there are texts in the Bible that condemn gays.
    Folau is just opposed to modern day moral standards. These are mostly adopted by Christians today, both because they live in a society with modern values and because they can no longer afford to turn anyone away from their dwindling congregations.

  32. Perkin Wetkecks

    ‘Christians’ – I parenthesize it because I think what is deemed Christ’s teaching is more likely Pauline; it should be called Paulinity – attribute stuff to Jeshua of Nazareth that he didn’t espouse. The belief is a blt of the Old Testament blended with Mithraism (virgin birth, resurrection, etc) deliberately to allow it to survive in Rome. Mithras was big with the Legions.
    That notwithstanding, Christ would not have been accepted into most of the cults that claim
    to worship him. Hillsong particularly, because Hillsong exemplifies ‘the love of money is the root of all evil.’
    I have no religion. I hate no religion. I merely ask them to leave me alone.
    Interestingly, my wife is Chinese, and her father was very high in the Red Army. Two of siblings are avowed communists, but ALL the family – five siblings – visit Buddhist temples and pray. Whenever we go anywhere, she asks if there is a temple nearby. And my point? She, and her siblings who call me brother, have never asked me to worship with them or asked why I have no god.
    I don’t know what that was all
    About; I could just have typed ‘I despise Morrison because of what he is and his fellow worshippers because they are not remotely what they claim to be.

  33. Wayne Turner

    A thin skinned hypocrite he clearly only beliefs in democracy when it suits him,and he agrees with it.

    He invited the media into his church,so the public would see him there,he then can’t expect all of the public to then say only positive things about it.

  34. DrakeN

    Matthew 6

    5.“And when you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners to be seen by others. Truly I tell you, they have received their reward in full.

    6.”But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.”

    But how can a hypocrite not be like a hypocrite?
    It is the essence of the man.

  35. Alcibiades

    Kronomex,
    Labor announced a $118M package focused on funding funerals & mental health services & further research. A start. It received virtually no MSM coverage, not even mentioned by MSM in relation to ‘this’ announcement.

    Furthermore, the Coalition has had six years & done nothing, except restrict health & support services, whilst announcing trivial ‘pilots’ that never get evaluated and never eventuate, cut/limit & withdraw funding throughout, whilst wasting almost $1Billion on the ‘ANZAC Centenary celebrations’ glad-handing & photo-ops, the French audio-visual memorial & the part destruction & ‘Theme Park’ expansion of the Australian War Memorial .

    Coalition opposed a Royal Commission into Veteran abuse, The Department of Veteran Affairs & even the fraudulent theft of part of veterans pensions, just for starters. Grrrh!

  36. Kronomex

    Alcibiades,

    It was more the fact Scummo announced it the day before Anzac Day that pisses me off. “Gosh, it’s just pure coincidence that we did it today.”

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