Would They Lie to You? by Uncle Len, Who Cannot Tell a Lie
The 1980s ban, the Eurythmics (which I once thought was a form of contraception), had a song, “Would I Lie to You?” The answer, I always would scream back to lead singer Annie Lennox, was “yes, yes, the whole system is founded on lies.” But, she never listened to me, even when I confessed my love to her on the radio. Why, why, Annie did you never listen to me?
Andrew bolt, “Sydney Stabbing. Which Religion Does the ABC Mean?” takes the ABC to task for reporting on a terrorist attack and attempted murder, but not identifying the man’s religious beliefs. They have left us guessing and I admit, it is pretty hard to guess which religion it may be, since they are all religions of peace. So let me help here.
In defence of the ABC, it is really as easy as A-B-C. When the progressive media does not mention the religion of some bad guy, then you automatically know that the religion is the one which we all know is a religion of hate, which is causing acts of terrorism, sexual assault and violence across the world.
It is none other than the fanatical Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster (http://www.venganza.org/), whose members can be identified by their weird head gear, such as metal colanders, and even frying pans and saucepans. Surely the kind multicultish folk at the ABC would not want to give any publicity to this crazed cult that uses spaghetti dishes to seduce the hearts and minds of Australians in its never ending quest for domination of the kitchens of the world!
All this fits in with what is happening in the exciting culturally diverse land of Britain, where the police are seeking to increase diversity even more, going into diversity over-drive, by permitting the burger uniform, if I have read that right, and I don’t read much right. Anyway, I love burgers, and in fact live on them, so the idea of police carrying on their batman utility belts, a burger, along with their 18 guns, stun rays, light sabres and various instruments of law enforcement is a true advancement in progressive thought, far preferable to the donuts that American police carry.