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Q and T: Tristian goes to the Australian High Commission

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3 responses to “Q and T: Tristian goes to the Australian High Commission

  1. Well, Tristian – it gets funnier and funnier! Phil RUDDock (overstayed his parliamentary privilege entitlement time by all but his first or second election win) – the bloke responsible for lots of the foundation stuff in sending babies to rape island and the rest of it – the hypocrite who remained (somehow) a member of Amnesty International during the ugliest of his times as the relevant minister – is now finally, thank god or someone – letting us know he will NOT contest the next election (42 is the magic number of years he has mostly rorted the MP system) BUT – and this the ugliest part of all – will “take up” a position as Australia’s Special Envoy for Human Rights! Possibly he will visit the babies on rape island? Or put in a petition at the Australian High Commission with his former buddy-in-bastardry Alex DOWNER? So much to vomit over!

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