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Fake news is real, get over it.

History is an ideological battlefield. What really happened? Who did it? Why? Depending on where you focus the lens, a perspective emerges, a reality of the world through a little window. At a glance, there’s a buffet of historical truth to choose from. Each window offers a confirmation of fears and insecurities or deeply unsettling … Continue reading

Turnbull Scratched by Calls for Cat Murder Justice
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Turnbull Scratched by Calls for Cat Murder Justice

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s election campaign has been thrown into turmoil by renewed calls for a Royal Commission into his alleged 1978 slaughter of Nessie, the innocent feline companion of his then estranged lover, Fiona Watson. With barely a week to go until polls open, Cats Against Turnbull, a “grassroots non-partisan alliance of cats and concerned … Continue reading

Abbott Apologises to Palmcock for Security Assault
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Abbott Apologises to Palmcock for Security Assault

Mining Magnate accepts PM Elect’s apology but wavers on accepting New York Consul-General position. Glocal Pundit Intern Kitty St John reports, with embedded assistance from the Twiggy Palmcock Foundation. Prime Minister Elect Tony Abbott has apologised to Mining personality Twiggy Palmcock for the assault he suffered at the hands of security guards during the pair’s … Continue reading

Abbott’s “50 Shades of Grey” Fanfiction Threatens Campaign
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Abbott’s “50 Shades of Grey” Fanfiction Threatens Campaign

Federal opposition leader denies that poorly written internet erotica is his work, despite links to his laptop’s IP address. Online Intern Kitty St John reports. Tony Abbott’s seemingly inexorable path towards victory in the federal election has hit an eleventh hour setback, with the discovery of a series of rambling ’50 Shades of Grey’ fanfiction … Continue reading