Hell hath no fury…

They say that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.

Well, actually, William Congreve said that. You can see a picture of him below.

William Congreve

The phrase, ‘hell hath no fury like a woman scorned’ is derived from William Congreve’s 1697 play, ‘The Mourning Bride’.

 

William looks familiar.

That’s because he is basically what you would get if you combined David Morrison (who we are all sick of seeing) and his jaded speechwriter, Cate McGregor (who we are also sick of seeing) and whacked a great big wig on top.

See.

Morrison, Congreve, McGregor

William Congreve is what you’d get if you merged David Morrison and Cate McGregor (apologies to William Congreve).

 

Anyway, on Australia Day, McGregor had a hissy fit. I guess you could say that he believed that he felt like a woman scorned.

He wasn’t happy that Morrison was announced as Australian of the Year instead of him. This is how it was reported by the Star Observer:

“I felt sad for two reasons, one was I like to win things,” she said.

“I felt really sad that they (National Australia Day Council) did not have the courage to go with an LGBTI person.

“I thought it was time… it was a weak and conventional choice.

“I think I’ll die without seeing a trans Australian of the Year and I think that’s terribly sad.”

I like to win things

Cate McGregor, apparently, gets upset if he doesn’t win things.

Funnily enough, the rest of Australia felt the same way as McGregor regarding the announcement of David Morrison as the 2016 Australian of the Year. It was just for different reasons.

Australians don’t want Morrison because he’s a hectoring hypocrite who lives in the delusional bubble of the bleeding hearts and is riding the politically-correct gravy train for all its worth. To use McGregor’s words, he is a weak and conventional choice.

He is exactly the kind of person you’d expect the latte-sipping chattering classes to anoint.

So here we go again with another activist ready to take another year to tell us all that we’re wrong and evil and need to amend our ways.

Men are thugs unless they wear a ribbon.

White guys are racist unless they wear a ribbon.

Gay marriage this.

Republic that.

Perpetual Apology Day should be every day.

And Islam is persecuted in this country.

That’s Morrison’s mantra.

McGregor, unlike other Australians, is upset over Morrison’s accolade because he thinks Morrison is weak and conventional in a different sense. From the perspective of an ultra-radical social activist, Morrison is so 2012.

As a result, McGregor cracked it because Morrison is too conservative, too normal, too staid.

In other words, McGregor wants the Australian of the Year to be a person who does even more hectoring and lecturing at the rest of us. And he wants it to be him.

If you could graph this situation, it would look like something below:

Graphing McGregor

A graphical representation of where key Australians stand on the appointment of David Morrison as the Australian of the Year.

As such, one can logically surmise that McGregor’s feel for the vibe of this nation is a tad off the mark.

That’s why it was so interesting to see that the Daily Telegraph has picked up McGregor as a political columnist. I can’t wait for the laughs.

And the first has already arrived.

For some reason, McGregor is fixated on the Australian Liberty Alliance. I can’t think why.

His first piece was all about how the Australian Liberty Alliance is not a threat at the next election. And who knows, he may be right. Australians will certainly make that choice.

But it does seem oddly strange that McGregor would choose to use his first piece to write off a party that he considers to be on the fringe and a minor bit-player in the world of minor-party politics.

He even asked former Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, to comment on this story that, apparently, isn’t important enough to be a story at all.

This is part of what McGregor wrote:

One who understands how right wing fringe parties can exploit the legitimate community anxiety about Islamic extremism is former Prime Minister Tony Abbott.

He was one of few senior Liberals who recognised the threat that Pauline Hanson posed to the Howard government between 1996 and 1998 and he is monitoring the proliferation of right wing micro parties seeking to exploit fear of Islamic extremism.

Abbott told this column: “At the moment no serious senior conservative figure has come out and demanded the formation of a new political party to combat extremism. So for the moment I am not too concerned that parties like the Australian Liberty Alliance will make significant inroads into our base.”

I think Abbott said something about how he was not too concerned that Turnbull would make significant inroads into his base the day before he became an ex-Prime Minister.

McGregor went on to state:

As Turnbull grapples with how to achieve tax reform, maintain border security and contribute to the Long War in the Middle East, he may draw encouragement that his predecessor is committed to the re-election of the government and is lending no moral authority to any insurgency on the Coalition’s right flank.

The title of the article was, ‘Why Malcolm Turnbull needs Tony Abbott’.

And there you have it.

McGregor is about as extreme as can be when it comes to social politics in this nation. And in his very first piece on politics for the Daily Telegraph he’s let the cat out of the bag.

The radical left want conservative voters, and Tony Abbott, to stick with Turnbull.

Why?

Because under Turnbull, they’ve got a ‘conservative’ left wing government. The last thing people like McGregor want is to see the Australian Liberty Alliance upsetting the applecart and leading a fightback against all the radical nonsense that they push.

In a strategic sense, it really doesn’t matter to them whether it’s Turnbull or Shorten after the election because they’re both headed in the same radical direction. One is just jogging, while the other is sprinting. But they’re both on the same path.

And, as history shows, the conservatives within the Liberal Party don’t have the numbers. The game is up. Now they’re simply propping up Turnbull, instead of leading a conservative counter-offensive. That is one reason why so many ex-Coalition members and voters have flocked to the Australian Liberty Alliance.

I could see the writing on the wall inside the Liberal Party years ago. And the revolution really flowered in many ways under Abbott, not least of all during his demise. Proof of how far the Liberals had wandered left came when Abbott, derided as the most conservative Prime Minister ever, baulked at repealing Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 shortly after the election.

Remember, Abbott announced that he’d reneged on his promise to Team Australia in order to keep Team Islam onside.

If he couldn’t overcome this hurdle leading the Liberal Party in government, no Liberal Party government ever will.

That is why so many conservative voters left the Coalition even before Abbott was ousted.

McGregor is entitled to his opinion about the Australian Liberty Alliance, just as the rest of Australians are entitled to their opinion about his demand that we pretend he’s a woman.

And I’m not so naïve to believe that the next election will be easy. The Australian Liberty Alliance has a long way to go before it can be confident of success. It will also need to earn the trust of Australians before they grant it any role in government.

But I am heartened by the groundswell of support the party is receiving. It gives me great hope that Australians are willing to rally and save their country. I am also heartened by the growth of similar parties in Europe. Geert Wilders launched the Party for Freedom in 2005. It is now the most popular political party in The Netherlands.

This shows that with hard work, determination and courage, the Australian Liberty Alliance can appeal to Australians in large numbers as well.

The next election will simply be the first of many tests for the Australian Liberty Alliance. I will certainly be doing all I can to make it a successful one because I believe that Tony Abbott is partly right. No serious conservative figure in the mainstream of the largest conservative party has stood up to Turnbull and the ideas he promotes and I doubt they ever will be able to now. It’s not that they’re unwilling. It’s that the Liberal Party as a whole is no longer conservative.

Australia cannot afford for this situation to continue if it wishes to maintain its prosperity, culture, heritage and safety. That is why this work will need to be done from the outside of the Liberal Party, starting with the Senate. Importantly, if the Australian Liberty Alliance can win Senate seats it will provide political room (and confidence) for the conservative elements within the Coalition to operate in. In other words, electing candidates from the Australian Liberty Alliance to the Senate will be the best way of re-strengthening the Liberal Party. An attack from the flank is the only way to force the Liberal Party to again embrace its conservative roots.

In the meantime, McGregor can scorn us all he likes and the political class can ignore us at their own peril. The Australian Liberty Alliance will simply continue to listen to the concerns and worries of ordinary Australians and do all it can to represent them.

Author: Bernard Gaynor

Bernard Gaynor is a married father of eight children. He has a background in military intelligence, Arabic language and culture and is an outspoken advocate of conservative and family values.

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19 Comments

  1. Thanks for all your abuse. I have waited to have the last laugh. Call em he and it to your hearts content Bernie and your dwindling little band of apostles. But what a humiliating defeat. Despite all the talk all the abuse and all the flying around in the spitfire you failed. As we discussed way back in the day is not surprising-you are bred to fail. How will you make a living now champ? The blog is in free fall. The Army won’t cop your nonsense. The crowd has moved on from your political freak show while my life continues to thrive. You lost the election and you lost the debate about trans too. I was on Bolt last night babe. The Vietnam Veterans refused to endorse your campaign against me. They showed me your email. We has a good laugh. Game over. Apart from you and a telephone booth booth minority most decent people have no problem using my female name and pronouns. You are really a joke Bernice. Try to be a man for a change and get gainful employment to feed your family without this unedifying begging online. My tip is you will yet again rat on this party and move on. Your egomaniacal sense that you have a destiny in parliament will drive you on. But like Daddy you just aren’t up to it. Hugs sweetie. No hard feelings. xxxx Catherine

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  2. Sir
    could you please inform me if you have a candidate for the upcoming elections for the Sunshine Coast Region if so contact details please
    Glenn Cameron
    ex 6RAR Vietnam 69/70

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  3. I think David Morrison won Leftard of The Year fair & square. Maybe one day they’ll bring back the Australian of The Year awards and someone who isn’t a politically correct, self righteous, bleeding heart leftie will win it and actually make Australia proud.

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  4. “Herded” what a great way to express how we are treated by the world leaders!!! Tony Abbott was a very good PM he made ordinary people start thinking about our safety , he warned about Islam & he stood firm on our Border protection with Morrison {the good one not the nutty one}. We need to rid this country of politicians who are too cowardly to stand up for Australia.
    Bernard I greatly admire the stance you have taken & I support you all the way. Perhaps Australia will once again be recognized for all the wonderful things we stand for.

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  5. I wouldn’t give Malcolm McGregor the time of day and I am certainly not interested in anything he may write for the any newspaper. This is a person (I can’t call him a man by any stretch of the imagination) who claims to be a woman but hasn’t got the backbone to go all the way and have his wedding tackle removed for a’nip N tuck’. What a fraud.
    As for Morrison, I would like to see the little twerp dry up and blow away in the wind. Those two should be the best of friends because they deserve each other.

    I wish the ALA had a nominee in Victoria so that we down this way had someone worthwhile to vote for.

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  6. Cate McGregor is he? she? serious, how could our defence force promote something like this. I dont care what adults do in their own homes but we must be the laughing stock of all military’s. Unless this rot is stopped what will be next, Muslim pray rooms?, Botox injections for soldiers?

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  7. The hissy fit over noncorrectoids who won’t pretend he/she/it/?/ is any one of 5+ creative genders or a labradoodle or a 6 year old girl
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjC3zBKgL3M : this insanity is just a foretaste of the Pride Agenda.

    When the Gaystapo functions as an instrument of ZOG.fedgov.com (as in the US) people are prosecuted for their homes, their livlihoods and their savings.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yb1mFdJbQ4k

    Christian florists and bakers seem to be on the front line of this battle.

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  8. Are you sure David Morrison isn’t a transexual as well. He looks…either way?
    Check his wardrobe!

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    • I bought a subscription so I could read the original article – but here is the scary point, now there is segregation in the news depending on your social economic status to what ‘they’ want you to be able to know..

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  9. Abbott let us all down when he walked away from terminating rule 18C. That was a huge strategic error on his and that fluff, George Brandis’ part.

    Prior to that act of political cowardice, Abbott made a lot of enemies when he did what he did to Pauline Hanson, the messenger who was simply announcing the message that should have been heeded, but instead was ridiculed and mocked without so much as an informed argument as to how her message was not a self evident truth.

    This country would be in a better position today if Hanson had been heeded and not rejected.

    And Abbott would still be prime minister if he had heeded the many messengers who were warning him of the treachery that he should have been fully aware of.

    Now we have Confused Cate who has exposed his own torment within that article put out by the ‘conservative’ Telegraph by deriding the ALA and attacking the man who at one time actually promoted him. I feel some pity for Confused Cate, a man who believes or imagines he is really a woman when all it would take is to stand nude in front of a tall mirror to correct his thinking.

    And to add fuel to Confused Cate’s internal fire while reminding those of us who still have some sense of morality, we now have those in whom he placed some faith to have him appointed as ‘Australian’ of the year given authority to reject the truly deserving Australian recipients, of which there are hundreds or possibly thousands, to promote a political agenda for perverse and debauched things, things that should never leave a person’s bedroom let alone be made public, and that simply do not reflect the main stream society and culture that is so evident and to which we all live in.

    Times are changing, albeit it slowly, especially in the United States and Europe. What we now see emerging is a political movement and snowballing backlash against those who have driven and herded us over many decades into a kind of soft fascist-communism where anything goes and all that is perverted is celebrated.

    I hope we still have time left to alter course peacefully in this country through political means. The ALA and the thinking voter have a big job ahead!

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  10. I would like to see more from the ALA & Bernard about the economy & the ALA’s ideas on how & where to achieve spending cuts. Some facts on govt waste would help Australians consider changing their vote to ALA.

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    • Best way to effect spending cuts is stop giving the wealthy welfare payments and catch, fine and make wealthy tax evaders pay their dues and close all the tax loopholes they use. The wealthy don’t need tax CUTS, they need to pay their share.

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      • We need to scrap the “welfare mentality” that exists and continually produces more people who grow up believing the Government will provide them all they need; that “wealthy” people should pay for everything – they already pay more tax compared to other Countries but it will never be enough as long as we keep just handing out money here and there with no real accountability! You really need to stop that single mother of 6 kids having a 7th kid to up her parental payments – not because she cares for her children, but they are an income stream..

    • John, I agree but at the moment ALA have to work on stopping the Islamisation of Australia. In the economic cuts, I would say drastically cutting back welfare payments to Muslims, cutting donations to their ‘charities’, and cutting all the money given to corrupt nations should be first on the agenda! ALA can’t do everything at once as they are just a minor party, but they will grow.

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  11. I must admit, as a political columnist, he fails horribly.
    That piece was utter drivel.
    The title in no way matched the body. Tony’s opinion was sought for what amounts
    to two sentences and that loosely could correlate to Turnbull needing his support I suppose.
    At the end of the day you should feel proud that its first column was about your party. That tells me that you are having the effect you desire, you are creating conversation and despite the offerings stating otherwise, you are a threat.
    Keep it up, the country will need your party to save our collective behinds when the left drop us in it

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  12. I, as a Conservative, have always liked Tony Abbott (who is only human) and I keep praying he will return to the top job. I also would like to see you and Kirallie get into the senate.

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    • McGregor and Morrison are indicators of just how low our governing bodies have sunk. It is absolutely essential for our survival that ALA gain seats. vote1ala.org.au
      Thanks Bernard, for all you are doing, and for how well you are doing it. I have just E/T’d another donation.

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