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The trumpet blasts of the monstrous regiment

26 September 2016

1:59 PM

26 September 2016

1:59 PM

On the weekend I was on an ABC Radio National panel discussion about major topical events of the week.  The return of IRA-toasting Jeremy Corbyn to the leadership of the British Labour party, and the implications of Essential’s fascinating poll showing voters across the spectrum wanting a ban on Muslim immigration,  were worthy topics of polite debate, and were debated politely.

The third topic, however, was an earnest discussion of the Ernie awards, started by far-left former New South Wales Labor MP Meredith Burgmann, to call out what they portray as outrageous examples of sexism. 

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