Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Open Letter to Tony "Shirt-Front" Abbott

Open Letter to Tony "Shirt-Front" Abbott

Open Letter to Tony "Shirt-Front" Abbott



Open Letter to Tony

So, Australian Prime Minister wants to
shirt-front Russia's President Vladimir Putin, does he? It is difficult
to find a more blatant example of childishness, incompetence for the
position, criminal intent, downright nastiness and an indication of a
disturbed mind crying out for therapy. Don't the Australian people
deserve better?

Dear Mr. Abbott,

After your reckless remarks and
unfounded, slanderous insinuations about Russia shooting down a civilian
aircraft and murdering Australian civilians we now have apparently a
statement attributed to you by the media of your country about intending
to "shirt-front" President Putin on his visit to Brisbane in November
for the G-20 Summit.

Perhaps, as someone who was not born in
Australia, you do not have a full grasp as to the implications of the
word you used, or perhaps, as someone who is so obviously challenged in
the intellectual area, you do not have a full grasp over what you say.
There are three possibilities here, which I would like to address.

Firstly, you knew the meaning of the
word "shirt-fronting" very well when you chose it and in this case, if
you seriously think you can physically confront your guests and assault a
visiting Head of State and walk away freely, then you are mistaken. For
a start, the very use of the expression possibly renders you liable for
prosecution for criminal intent and incitement to violence and in any
civilized country you would be forced to resign for using it. Like
yesterday. Next, while I do not speak for President Putin, if someone
"shirt-fronted" me, then I would throw the perpetrator over my shoulder,
slam him onto his back on the floor behind me, place my boot on his
face and ask "What was that you were saying?" before I saw him scurry
away sniveling to his sister's for a clean pair of Y-fronts.

The second possibility is that by
"shirt-fronting" you meant "confronting", in which case in your position
you should learn the implications of your words, because threatening a
visiting Head of State is perhaps the most crass example of stupidity
the world has seen since the USA, the UK and Australia murdered Iraqi
civilians in an illegal and criminal series of war crimes, quite apart
from being the most blatant case of irresponsibility demonstrated by any
Australian since the slaughter of the Aborigines.

The third possibility is that you are
full of hot air, or in plain English, piss and wind, and what you say,
the promises you make, can be taken with a pinch of salt. Here today and
gone tomorrow. The sort of "man" who feels the need to make
teenage-type comments and threats against a visiting Head of State
belongs in a grade school playground bullying the primary school
kids...but like any bully, there comes a day when you pick on the wrong
person, get your teeth smashed in and go running home to mummy
blabbering like a ninny. Do I hear a collective cheer from the
Australians as they read this?

So Mr. Abbott, if you hadn't made your
puerile comments about President Putin and Russia, you wouldn't be
defending yourself in one of the largest uproars in recent Australian
politics. A civilized politician in a civilized country would wait for
the results of the enquiry into the plane crash before mouthing off in
all directions saying Russia did it.

Mr. Abbott, I invite you to put up, or
shut up. Where is the evidence that Russia did it? I said, where is the
evidence that Russia did it? Stop fidgeting, stop playing with Willy and
answer the Goddam question. Where is your evidence that Russia downed
the aircraft? If you haven't got anything other than hearsay to go on,
then you have yet again made a prize orifice of yourself in public, have
you not?

So when you confront President Putin
with that line about Russians murdering Australians, the answer will be
keep your slanderous comments to yourself and mind your own business,
especially after your country took part in the illegal and murderous
campaign in Iraq. How many civilians did Australian forces murder or
torture over there? When you confront President Putin about Russians
murdering Australians, ready yourself for a law suit over slander.

Russia, like every other member of the
international community, deplores the death of civilians, whether they
are Malaysians, Australians, Dutch or whatever and like everyone else
called for a full enquiry. It is not yet clear even whether the aircraft
was downed by a surface-to-air missile, an air-to-air missile or
machine-gun fire from a Ukrainian Su-25, so wait for the enquiry before
making your odious accusations and sounding like a foul-mouthed,
despicable, pith-headed and uncouth, loutish oaf.

Mr. Abbott, what is wrong with this
world is people like yourself, political opportunists who hold their
people and country to ransom while they obediently kowtow to the lobbies
which pull their strings. President Putin's popularity ratings are up
above 90 per cent, that is ninety per cent. What are yours?

Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey



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