Posts Tagged:Anzac

What do Cricket and Federal Politics have in common?

Thursday 11th July 2013 brought a new sense of history to Australia.  Facing certain defeat in the First Test of the Ashes, debutant spin bowler, and number 11 batsman, Ashton Agar strode to the wicket with Australia at 117 for 9. Still trailing by 98 runs all that Australia could hope for, was for Agar…

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This poem sums up where we are today in Australia

When  the shearing sheds are silent and the stock  camps fallen quiet When the gidgee coals  no longer glow across the outback  night And the bush is forced to hang a  sign, ‘gone broke and won’t be  back’ And spirits fear to find a way  beyond the beaten track When  harvesters stand derelict upon the…

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Take a stand for our diggers on ANZAC DAY at the steps of Vic Parliament in Melbourne

  Talk about political correctness gone mad, and a classic example of it is the recent survey done by the Federal government which spent  $ 370,000 to find out whether the centenary ANZAC Day celebrations would provoke our so called “multicultural community” in Australia. Come on now, give me a break, is this for real??…

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