Amy Remeikis

Amy Remeikis


You know that when the truth is told, you can get what you want or you can just get old ???? ?-ifyouseeamy/pyjamapolitics

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"We are the first government to think about the future" says the Nationals deputy leader

Barnaby Joyce, a member of the executive government, which literally creates the laws: "We believe in technology, they [Labor] believe in legislation. They believe in laws, we believe in technology."

Anyone upset at possible job losses in the coal mining industry in 30 years time is really going to lose it when they learn what's happened in the university sector over the last couple of years.

Hearing a lot from net zero critics (the bare minimum action btw) about needing to protect "blue collar workers" which invokes a lot of emotional imagery, but ignores the average mining wage is about $106,000 a year and the transferrable skills of many workers.

If that was a "comprehensive climate plan" then I've completely misunderstood what comprehensive means for my entire life

For those wondering, the word 'plan' was mentioned 101 times during the prime minister's 50 minute press conference today (about 5 of those times was by a journalist)

All laws like this do is further disenfranchise voters, impede people’s ability to vote (transient, homeless, those without easy access to ID etc) and further cement incumbent power.

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ICAC does not assume guilty until innocent. It sets out a case for investigation - the threshold of which is quite high. This is done out of the public view. It only proceeds when that threshold is met and then it becomes public.

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Amazing how when you want their votes, protests/riots are “reflecting frustrations” but when you’re protesting for better action, conditions, standards or standing against brutality (climate, BLM etc) civil disobedience is disgraceful and ‘unAustralian’

With Bridget McKenzie's return to the cabinet, there is now no one who has suffered any long term consequences for any actions in this government. They're all back where they started.

Excited to announce that after a decade of deliberations, I have agreed to a process to phase out chocolate from my diet - as long as the transition changes nothing, I should be ready to phase it out in 30 years time. I will not be taking questions at this time

What an absolute flaming pile of shit.

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Facebook: deplatforming Nazis is too hard. We just can't do it. Also Facebook: WE ARE GOING TO WIPE ANY TRACE OF ANYTHING THAT EVEN SMELLS LIKE IT COULD BE AUSTRALIAN NEWS YOU CHAZZWAZZER DRONGOS

Let’s look up section 227A of the criminal code, shall we? What’s the example used for subsection 2? ?

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This ain't it. Scott Morrison on the rallies: "This is a vibrant liberal democracy, Mr Speaker, not far from here, such marches, even now, are being met with bullets, but not here in this country, Mr Speaker."

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