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The Sandpit: Department of Australia

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*Department of Australia is an online satire project created by Leslie Nassar. Leslie was Fake Stephen Conroy and Fake Today Tonight; he created TweeVee TV, the Twitter moderation platform that powers the on-air tweets for ABC’s Q&A; he was a digital media officer for Victoria Police, an “emerging technology” nerd in Telstra’s chief technology office and most recently the director of Technology for Razorfish Australia.

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  1. zut alors

    He has the look of a desperate & malicious mongoose. Only not as attractive.

  2. Chris Hartwell

    It is shameful, and offensive – that refugees need to actually sue because that’s the only recourse they have to get some justice. That truly is shameful and offensive Mr Morrison.

  3. AR

    Speaking to Rat Hately on 2GB yesterday morning, Scrott lawyered away at some nuance and Hately, in his brilliant way, said “You should be in The Hague you are so diplomatic.”
    Definitely Morriscum should be in The Hague – in the dock, not the embassy.

  4. John Allen

    Look at poor Joe behind him, too scared to say a thing unless he gets another black eye!

  5. AR

    The look of sheer hate in those pursed lips, sneering nose, arched eyebrows.

  6. klewso

    “We’re going to change their title again – instead of “detainees” they’ll be “fortune cookies” – there’s a message in every one!”

  7. Vincent O'Donnell

    In the last part of ‘The Wandering Jew’ (Maurice Elvey, 1933) the central character, played by Conrad Veidt, looks at the fanatical clerics prosecuting the Spanish Inquisition and wonders aloud: ‘It would be hard with Christ to know His own if He came back again’. That utterance got him executed.

    I look at the front bench of our present government and think the same.

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