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And the September 2012 Mully Cup goes to Philip Pocock

By johnboy - 2 October 2012 26

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Independent Candidate for Molonglo Philip Pocock is the winner of the September 2012 Mully Cup!

Philip won the award for his relentless promotion of his views that all aspects of sexual activity should be regulated by Government, and a government that doesn’t like women or homosexuals at that.

On another note; yesterday I came across a bit of illegal postering by Philip along Lonsdale Street in Braddon which the locals do not appear to appreciate:

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(The Mully Cup is awarded monthly to the entity stimulating the most comment on this website. It is named in memory (if not in honour) of Justin Mully Williams who both improved our world, and set the record for comments, in his departure)

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poetix 7:47 pm 03 Oct 12

Pork Hunt said :

Roundhead89 said :

Pork Hunt said :

OpenYourMind said :

There’s an article in today’s CT about God chatting to Pocock and informing him that he will be PM some day. God has done some sh1tty things, but I don’t think even he would stoop that low.

I’d pay good money to see the look on Pocock’s face if his God was a she not a he.

I’ve been involved in the mental health area, both studying it and as a client and Pocock’s behaviour – either thinking you are Jesus Christ or hearing voices (supposedly from God) telling you to do things or that you will hold a position of power is classic delusional and psychotic behaviour associated with schizophrenia.

Are people willing to vote for someone who is mentally ill and exhibiting such irrational thoughts and behaviour?.

That’s all well and good if one has had a Christian upbringing.
If one is a disciple of another religion, whose voice do they hear?
Does a Hinduist for example feel the desire to listen to Ronald McDonald and go to Maccas.
Do atheists hear the voice of God?

Read the following sentence in pink:
“Atheists hear the voice of god every day, in all the things they love…including science.”*

*My new part-time job is writing for Hallmark in the USA. It may evolve into a full time job, if I don’t use words like ‘evolve’, and everything passes the cheap emotion test. Damn, I spelt God with a small ‘g’. I’m out*

*This is all a lie.

But is interesting to look back to Jeanne d’Arc and the voice that told her to drive the English from France. Who are we to apply modern interpretations of mental illness to a society that believed in these things?

Seriously though, god doesn’t have a gender, a colour, or even a beard. IMHO. And the idea that a Christian would hold hard to divisions based on race or gender or sexual preference is pretty horrible. I’m thinking Peter Jensen on the gender/sexual preference bit, not just Philip Pocock.

I like the idea of a heaven having golden arches like the Scottish restaurant. Do you want wings with that?

Pork Hunt 6:03 pm 03 Oct 12

Roundhead89 said :

Pork Hunt said :

OpenYourMind said :

There’s an article in today’s CT about God chatting to Pocock and informing him that he will be PM some day. God has done some sh1tty things, but I don’t think even he would stoop that low.

I’d pay good money to see the look on Pocock’s face if his God was a she not a he.

I’ve been involved in the mental health area, both studying it and as a client and Pocock’s behaviour – either thinking you are Jesus Christ or hearing voices (supposedly from God) telling you to do things or that you will hold a position of power is classic delusional and psychotic behaviour associated with schizophrenia.

Are people willing to vote for someone who is mentally ill and exhibiting such irrational thoughts and behaviour?.

That’s all well and good if one has had a Christian upbringing.
If one is a disciple of another religion, whose voice do they hear?
Does a Hinduist for example feel the desire to listen to Ronald McDonald and go to Maccas.
Do atheists hear the voice of God?

knuckles 5:08 pm 03 Oct 12

Roundhead89 said :

Pork Hunt said :

OpenYourMind said :

Are people willing to vote for someone who is mentally ill and exhibiting such irrational thoughts and behaviour?.

Well if you removed people from the ballot based on this statement there wouldn’t be anyone left to vote for.

Roundhead89 4:49 pm 03 Oct 12

Pork Hunt said :

OpenYourMind said :

There’s an article in today’s CT about God chatting to Pocock and informing him that he will be PM some day. God has done some sh1tty things, but I don’t think even he would stoop that low.

I’d pay good money to see the look on Pocock’s face if his God was a she not a he.

I’ve been involved in the mental health area, both studying it and as a client and Pocock’s behaviour – either thinking you are Jesus Christ or hearing voices (supposedly from God) telling you to do things or that you will hold a position of power is classic delusional and psychotic behaviour associated with schizophrenia.

Are people willing to vote for someone who is mentally ill and exhibiting such irrational thoughts and behaviour?.

Ozhair 4:48 pm 03 Oct 12

So, if you were convicted of something based on the “expert” testimony of Pocock, who has now outed himself as being a raving nutter, would you have grounds for appeal…?

OpenYourMind 3:13 pm 03 Oct 12

Pork Hunt said :

OpenYourMind said :

There’s an article in today’s CT about God chatting to Pocock and informing him that he will be PM some day. God has done some sh1tty things, but I don’t think even he would stoop that low.

I’d pay good money to see the look on Pocock’s face if his God was a she not a he.

Bonus points if God was a homosexual, a fabulous one.

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