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Rural crazies to hold Canberra to ransom?

By johnboy 5 August 2011 61

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Queensland Country Life has the alarming news that hayseeds are on their way to ruin our lives until their demands are met and that horrid woman is removed as Prime Minister:

Mrs Ranacher, whose campaign against the ban has involved metropolitan media outlets across the country, appeared on the Channel Nine current affairs program, 60 minutes on Sunday. She backed plans by the convoy organisers to stage a sit-in in Canberra and to hold the city in gridlock until the Government, its supporters or the Governor-General agree to a new election.

“That’s the best thing you could do,” she said. “It is what Ghandi did and it worked for him. Be passive. Be immovable.” She said the protestors should plan to stay in Canberra for weeks.

Apparently they plan to emulate their cattle:

“We have Brahman cattle and I get that from them,” she said. “When there is something they don’t like, they sulk. They sit there and you cannot move them. We need to be the same.”

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Skyring 10:34 am 15 Aug 11

KB1971 said :

milkman said :

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IrishPete said :

spinact said :

Hopefully they’ll hit the first roundabout, get confused, do a 180 by mistake and head right back out of town

That would be a 360?


I wonder how long after hitting submit it took to for him to go “Oh S&^T!!!”

About 4 milliseconds.

A 360 would see them heading into town again…………..

I think it’s time we addressed the shocking state of the education system. Obviously not everyone comes out of it moving forward.

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