Abbott PM… I still feel violated.

Abbott PM… I still feel violated.Abbott1+

I knew that it would be difficult to accept an LNP government, and more so Abbott as PM, who’s approach to government “for all” seems to based  on the old kids rhyme “We’re the kings of the castle and you’re the dirty rascal”   😛    Don’t you just love “adult (A dolt)” government   🙄

But after a relatively Abbott free Christmas and new year, I still found myself feeling embarrassed, offended and yes… violated, by his appearance when he delivered his “New year speech”.   😯

I’m afraid that the speech was irrelevant, not so much because of what he said, but because of who was giving it.   😦

Now you may say that that’s a bit unfair (though I doubt most here would), but you see, when Abbott fronts a presser, the one thing that we know for sure, is that he deliberately misleads and LIES!

With that in mind, everything that he says is coloured by that knowledge, so if he said something like… “We will provide $10 million for disaster relief”, all I can think is, ‘So where are the $40 million in hidden cuts coming from so that you can look like you really give a damn?’…  Oh cynical me.   😯

The problem, I realised, is that I see the LNP… government (gag) as totally illegitimate, as they gained the win by deception; by subverting our democracy for the sake of “the end justifies the means”, or “whatever it takes”.   👿

Further, I cannot respect a government or PM, or the decisions that they make, when they are so inherently dishonest and so blatantly self serving.

So I do feel offended that, for lying to the electorate, talking down the economy, selling out our democracy etc   etc, he was rewarded with the job that he wanted, not for any altruistic agenda, or the good of the country, but purely for the fulfilment of his own political ambitions.

And I also feel sad and embarrassed that so many Aussies were deceived, and in just three months the man that deceived us has trashed our international reputation and made us a laughingstock on;

  • Climate change, taking us from a world leader to a third world backwater.
  • Asylum Seeker policy.
  • Foreign affairs.
  • Economics.

To name just a few examples.

And now, as we face a new year, and the first full year of fascist rule from a truly cringe worthy bunch of unrepresentative swill (That is; unrepresentative of Australia, and  our culture of a fair go for all etc, but well representative of international interests and corporations   😯   ), that will sell us out to the highest bidder.Meerkats +3+

This mob definitely do NOT represent me or my view of our country and what it needs, to be a first world country in the 21st century, and I would venture to suggest that many others feel the same.

I do not use the word “Violated” lightly, and after the initial shock of the realisation that we now have Abbott, allegedly, running the joint, and the consequent fear for our nation and its future, I thought that the outrage and sense of violation would subside, and be replaced by a dogged determination to fix it.

Well I have to say that the dogged determination did arrive, and has been reinforced almost daily by the ineptitude of this LNP mob,  but the longer they continues on their merry, corporate and dysfunctional way,  the more embarrassed, frustrated and angry I get, and the more I can say that morally, emotionally and culturally, Mr Abbott PM… I still feel violated! 



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79 Responses to Abbott PM… I still feel violated.

  1. khtagh says:

    Id still like to find him crossing the road in front of my ute, I would not miss. “sorry officer I had a sneezing fit” Australia’s problem solved. I’d prefer seeing him tossed out(shortest serving PM ever!) after the DD he will have to call when he doesn’t win a single WA senate seat, even the round mound of moronic sound Palmer will be no use to him. Even after Abbott brought his vote by approving his new Galilee basin coal mine for him.


    • Truth Seeker says:

      khtagh, mate it’s good to see you 😀 and the best of the seasons greeting to you 🙂
      Yes, i have had a few of those fantasies myself 😯

      The WA senate elections look very promising, if Brandis doesn’t stick his oar in 👿

      And thanks for your comment and the “like” mate 😎 It’s good to know that you’re still out there 😀

      Cheers 😀


    • olddavey says:

      More like “Sorry , Officer, I saw a c@%t and had no choice but to flatten him”.


  2. Yup Truthy,violation is the feeling we all have concerning Murdoch/Abbott and the rest of the LNP,
    Talk about being on the same page,earlier this morning I posted a comment on IA that ended
    :”So after my analysis of propaganda vs lies as to Murdoch/LNP I cannot separate the two and therefore conclude the the LNP is enabling Murdoch to further his lying propaganda to be mouthed by the LNP/IPA and all Neo Conservatives who combined are creating Australia`s first Corporate Fascist State.”.
    Cheers for this M8 🙂


  3. melaine says:

    Ahh Truthie what can one say?
    As always you are spot on 😀
    Every time our prime moron opens his mouth I just want to scream 😮
    A true knobhead in charge of a government full of dolts is being kind about them. Our country is in for a hell of a time in the next few years… if they somehow manage to avoid utes being driven by sneezing individuals 😉


    • Truth Seeker says:

      Mel, you’re just too kind 😳

      I was concerned that somebody might think that I was belittling people who have been “violated”, but after thinking about it I realised that it was the right word to describe how I felt, and it appears that I’m not alone 😯

      Yes, those utes can be dangerous, especially in spring 😀 😆

      Cheers 😀


  4. kate ahearne says:

    Yes, Truthie. Violated, embarrassed, ashamed, angered, frustrated, pissed off, cranky, outraged, horrified.


  5. cartoonmick says:

    For many months before the election, I said I was not happy about his ability to (among other things) represent Australia on the international stage. To date, my fears have been justified.

    The next few years are looking glum for Australia’s mid to lower class, as there will be hundreds of bad decisions which will put them further down the food chain.

    Good political decisions are becoming rare.

    Does this cartoon depict the future ? ? ? (I hope not !!) . . . . .



  6. johnlord2013 says:

    There are a few words that rhyme with violated.


  7. diannaart says:


    My only problem with your latest musing is from 3 meerkats who feel very violated. Otherwise topnotch summary for many of us who are more than simply enraged.


  8. Fed up says:

    Maybe Abbott is nuts. I think he is. What does one call those who allowed themselves to be conned, and vote for him.

    Abbott said today, the jury is still out on him as PM. he also sees himself ready to govern. Did not seem concerned with poor polls.

    Now our FM has come up with a wonderful suggestion, to claim back the money, the government spent on that Green Peace radio operator, from Tasmania. Seems she did not appreciate his criticism of her.


  9. allenmcmahon says:

    Not only is he selling us to the highest bidder he is throwing in our sovereignty for free by allowing Investor State Dispute Settlements in Trade Agreements.

    I thought we had plumbed the depths with Howard, unfortunately I was wrong.


    • Truth Seeker says:

      Allenmcmahon, welcome to my site 😀 and thanks for your comment 😎

      Yes, I thought little Johnny would be a hard act to follow, but Abbott makes him look like an amateur moderate 😯

      Seasons greeting and I hope you can come again 😀

      Cheers 😀


  10. cornlegend says:

    I have to admit, when i first heard the ABC publicise Abbotts New Year Message, I too was overcome with a wave of embarrassment.
    I just EXPECT this fool to put his foot in it.
    And this clown represents OZ on the world stage. 😥



  11. khtagh says:

    Well to be honest when ‘It’ came on my TV I could not hit the mute button fast enough, heard about 1 word, got up went & got a red. He was gone when I came back. then I just had to be ready to mute when the news came on that night & ‘It’ was gone.


  12. brickbob says:

    Hi Truthie, i turned on channel nine to watch the cricket and bloody Abbott was the guest so i hit the mute button and walked out and later on tuned to ABC Grandstand and bugger me the bastard was on the radio bullshiting about his cricket knowledge and mouthing off about his good policies so i went back to channel nine. I cant even watch or listen to the bloody cricket without the moron spoiling my day,and yes,i do feel violated by him and his goose stepping goon squad.


    • Truth Seeker says:

      Brickbob, thanks for your comment 😎

      Mate the problem that I have is that I feel like I have to listen in case there is something worth writing about, but it usually turns out to be something to swear about instead 😯

      I must admit to not hearing anything from him at the cricket today, but when the cameras panned around to show him sitting with Howard, i just felt angry again… Bloody tories spoil everything 👿

      Cheers 😀


  13. olddavey says:

    My hope was that if they won the election we would have some sensible “adult” government for a short term before Labor was re-elected to carry on its reform agenda.
    Unfortunately we have a bunch of idiot school children in charge and an opposition that is operating in deafening silence.
    BTW, Abbott was surfing in Sydney today and just happened to be near the Channel 10 (Murdoch)
    Breakfast TV site. Guess who was interviewed? And the young lady interviewing him almost did a Margie and stuck her tongue in his ear.
    Time for a spew.


  14. 2gravel says:

    Truth Seeker

    Well you have certainly started this year with a bang. And what a perceptive and correct bang it is. I just feel like crying every time I hear of what they are doing to the average Aussies. Unfortunately many of them are not aware of what is happening, and I hope it won’t be too late before they wake up.


    • Truth Seeker says:

      2gravel, the very best of the seasons greetings to you 😀 and thanks for your comment and kind words 😎

      Yes, I was a bit concerned about the choice of words, but I have to tell it as I see, or in this case feel, it! 😯 But it seems to have struck a chord with a few people 😉

      I too, hope that they wake up just in time to vote in the DD hopefully to be called when the LNP lose their three senators in WA 😀

      Cheers 😀


  15. doctorrob54 says:

    Good to see you back Truth man,didn’t see his NY crap talk and can’t imagine I missed much at all.Wouldn’t have watched even if I knew it was on,didn’t see Shorten either for that matter,was he on?,
    Really don’t think Aus. will survive a full term of these mad,evil possessed libturds,Something out of the ordinary must happen.


    • Truth Seeker says:

      Morning Doctorrob 😀 yes mate, the ABC played his speech a few times, and they also showed the transcript of Shorten’s NY address, and to be honest I don’t remember much of either of them, as Abbott has no credibility to anything he says, and Shorten just doesn’t get it 😦

      I just hope that the WA elections deliver their worst nightmare, and they have to call a DD 😀 Maybe that will be your “Something out of the ordinary” 😯

      Let’s hope so 😀

      Cheers 😀


      • doctorrob54 says:

        Hi mate,that is exactly what I’m talking about,either a DD or for the opposition,with the Ind.and Greens to block supply,but can this be done now that they have an open check book.


        • Truth Seeker says:

          Doctorrob, mate my understanding is that supply can still be blocked, but the best option would be for Abbott to call a DD cos he can’t get his own way 😉 and at this stage, it’s probably the most likely scenario if WA produces the LNP nightmare that I for one am hoping for 😯

          Cheers 😀


          • cornlegend says:

            Time is slowly vanishing for a DD and then it would be dependent on the WA senate result.
            Abbott would go for a DD if he was sure of the outcome of WA.
            If Abbott can hang out for a bit and the WA senate is in sight, he could pull it off
            He has to be blocked twice, then go to the GG then writs issued ,if we were to stand a chance with a friendly Senate it would have to be this Senate
            Don’t think he’ll bother.
            Doing enough damage without it.


  16. Truth Seeker says:

    Night Cornie, night Doctorrob 😀

    Night all 😀



  17. orangefox says:

    I don’t see Abbott risking a DD.
    Labor and Greens need to block supply using the reason to protect Australia from the ISDS of the TTP that Abbott wants to allow.
    It is the only way.
    However this will not happen unless the public start having demonstrations and protests so that the opposition knows they have support for such a move.
    We can dream otherwise or we can band together and organise a movement.
    Also how does one solve the narrowing columns problem?


    • Truth Seeker says:

      Orangefox, thanks for your comment 😎 sorry I couldn’t reply sooner but it’s my wife’s birthday, so we’ve had family stuff going on most of the day, and only just got back in I agree, but I’m not sure that Shorten will have the balls to try blocking supply. 😦

      I wrote a post alluding to the same thing “How long before we see blood on the streets?”
      But whatever happens, something has to be done before it’s too late. 😉

      But the year’s still young, and a week is a long time in politics 😯

      to avoid the narrowing columns, just go to the main comment box at the bottom of the page, as reply’s to others comments get progressively narrower. 😉

      Cheers 😀


  18. Fed up says:

    Blocking supply might seem an answer. It was dirty politics when Fraser used it. Still is.

    So much so, that Fraser changed the rules, supported by all, ensuring it could not occur again.

    I only have slight memories of what happened, maybe someone else knows more. Maybe I am wrong.

    At the end of the day, I do not believe that will be needed. This government will manage to bring down themselves.

    Pressure from the public, will save the day.

    Same as for DD. Not feasible at this time, even if he manages one trigger. I cannot see any chance of one before the end of next year. This government will quickly become dysfunctional in the meantime.

    Of course if the senate stays the same as it is now, Abbott will get his legislation through. Will cause more problems for Abbott, than it solves.

    In fact will not be popular with the public, and I suspect many small businesses.

    We are in for an interesting year politically. One we have not seen since Whitlam’s years.


    • Truth Seeker says:

      Fed up, I’m led to believe that blocking supply can still be done, but I’m not sure what’s involved.

      Fraser did try to change the rules, but it was a set of circumstances brought about by the appointment of , from memory, and I could be wrong, senator Field from QLD to replace a retiring, or deceased Labor senator, and again from memory, a similar situation in Vic to give Fraser the numbers.

      But then it was 1975 😯

      And we are definitely in for an interesting year 😉

      Cheers 😀


      • cornlegend says:

        If a substantial bill gets through the house, and is blocked by the Senate, all they need do, is resubmit the same bill in its exact form or with only minor modification after 30 days.
        The Senate can delay by sending it off to committees, debate etc to drag it out. if it is rejected again The PM can go to the GG and as for a dissolution of Parliament and then the writs are served for a new election.
        Dangerous though, as the election must be for both houses Reps and Senate.
        This would through the Senate right out of kilter as they serve fixed 6 year terms.
        Could be awful messy.
        The longer he goes, depending on the upcoming State elections, the more unlikely he would be to force the issue.
        His honeymoon period is well and truly over.
        Abbott is a keen observer of opinion polls


  19. cornlegend says:

    correction 90 days.
    I think that may have been wishful thinking on my part 😀


  20. cornlegend says:

    A double dissolution held before 1 July 2014 would also give rise to timing problems in relation to subsequent elections. Section 13 of the Constitution provides that after a double dissolution, the terms of Senators are dated back to the previous 1 July (i.e. 1 July 2013). The consequence would be that the next half-Senate election would have to be held some time in the 12 months before 30 June 2016. Assuming that an Abbott Government won a further term in office at a double dissolution held in, say, April 2014, it would need to go to the polls again in two years, if it were to hold the next half-Senate election with a general election. Alternatively, it would have to face a separate half-Senate election after being in office for two years, which like a by-election would probably result in some anti-government expressions of voter discontent. Neither outcome is terribly good for a Coalition Government.


  21. orangefox says:

    It’s no problem you didn’t reply straight away. I hope you had a good time at your wifes birthday party. Best to keep them going till after midnight that way there can be no arguement who cleans up!
    It seems the government does not need tge senate to sign up to free trafe agreements. Am I wrong?
    Also the narrowing columns problem is a problem on mobile devices. It affects your blog because you have the reply feature to other peoples posts. Since you have an account with WordPress perhaps you could notify them of the problem. I am not using the App and don’t really want to although the problem may not occur there.
    Also the fact that one has to click the Post Comment box twice is a good idea as it avoids sending by mistake but it must confuse a few new users.
    Finally, ‘The Blunder From Down Under’ could be upgraded to ‘The Chunder From Down Under’. Ha, ha.


  22. orangefox says:

    By the way the first paragraph was a joke but the last paragraph was serious.
    I hope your wife had a nice birthday.


    • Truth Seeker says:

      Orangefox, thanks for that 😀

      I’ve heard conflicting reports about FTAs, and as to whether they need senate approval, but I think it has something to do with what conditions are attached, and if existing legislation has to be changed to accommodate the new agreements. 😉

      Yes mate, my wife had a great day. 😀

      Cheers 😀


  23. Gilly says:

    Well Truthie the violation continues. Each morning I bounce out of bed all bright eyed and bushy tailed, go immediately to the computer and look for news of the rabid ones abdication, accident or annihilation, but it hasn’t happened, so it is a bad start to each and every day. I will always keep looking.


  24. frontad84 says:

    Abbott that wing nutted goblin
    With his maniacal lop sided grin
    Is a bloody great farce
    Licking Sri-Lanka’s arse
    And alienating Indonesia the Cretin

    The PM with his wing nutted mush
    Must have his brain in his tush
    For the statements he makes
    Usually end up mistakes
    Which reminds one of President Bush.

    As a hypocrite he could’nt get higher
    To wreck Gonski he did conspire
    While he slithers and slides
    This snake has the hide
    To deny his agreements, THE LIAR.

    On his one hundredth day I could heave
    For there’s Aussies who still can’t believe
    That Abbott’s a devil
    Who will quickly dishevel
    Our Country and our freedom relieve

    To his goons he’ll be having his say
    “I think I shall fuck up today
    All the good Labours done
    Boy! I’ve really had fun
    On this my one hundredth day.”

    Today Tony Abbott’s no hero
    And fast becoming a zero
    Folks are opening their eyes
    And beginning to despise
    This Dictator worse than a Nero.

    Surely now his supporters see Big Ears
    Is fulfilling the Sane Voters fears
    With all promises spoken
    Being costantly broken
    God help us if he lasts 3 years.

    There are thousands of Voters dejected
    And from Liberals have surely defected
    Now that they’re awake
    To that wing nutted snake
    And the lies he told pre elected.


  25. frontad84 says:

    Thanks and hope you and family and all your followers can really enjoy the New Year although a wild dream I guess with the ape in charge.

    If your mystified how, where and when
    The human race started, well then
    Read Charles Darwin’s Theory
    And if you still want to query
    Take a good look at Abbott PM


  26. frontad84 says:

    Go for it Cornlegend with my good wishes and thank you for the praise
    Cheers frontad84


  27. Fed up says:

    Yes, does indeed back up Darwinism. One has to say something went wrong here, One should see all that is negative disappear. The result should be a better specimen, no tone that takes us back to the past. Then that could be the reason that he is rooted there, back in the middle of last century.

    He also seems to have missed the second half of that century.


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