Media vultures affect how we see ourselves

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More than just politics causing discontent

Gavin Greenoak writes: Re. “Tale of two Australias, one disconnected from reality” (November 23). In a usefully provocative article, Bernard Keane wonders at two Australias: one plain sailing under reasonable leadership and reform through some extreme weathers affecting other countries more severely; and the other all squabble, corruption and incompetence, due to hit a reef any time soon.

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2 thoughts on “Media vultures affect how we see ourselves

  1. zut alors

    @ David Trembath

    That’s correct, TA couldn’t remember anything about an alleged wall punching – but then he distinctly remembered that it never happened.

    Our nation has nothing to fear…

  2. Malcolm Street

    Zut – had lunch with an old Sydney Uni friend on Monday. She was on the SRC at the same time as Abbott. She didn’t witness the wall punching incident, but she heard about it at the time…

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