The 9pm Clumsily Worded Press Release

Australian Border Force Commissioner Roman Quaedvlieg, screenshot from ABC TV

Finally, somebody understands the internet. Prime Minister Crusader Rabbit demonstrates his compassion towards Syrian refugees. And the Rabbit’s words at the launch of the Australian Border Force in July turn out to have been remarkably prescient.

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This is the second of several episodes produced as part of The 9pm Urgent Hardware Refresh, a crowdfunding campaign to replace a dying computer, and upgrade my audio recording kit. It has proved remarkably successful, for which I am extremely grateful. My thanks go to so many people, but for this episode…

The TWO MINUTES HATE were sponsored by MEDIA FREEDOM LEADERS Jonathan Ferguson, Mick Fong, and Peter Lawler. The TONGUE LASHINGS were sponsored by A-GRADE EVANGELISTS FOR MEDIA FREEDOM Alison Young, and Stuart Young. A CASUAL VERBALLING was sponsored by B-GRADE EVANGELIST FOR MEDIA FREEDOM Peter Wickins. The words for ONE OF THREE WORDS were selected by FOOT SOLDIERS FOR MEDIA FREEDOM Wade Bowmer, Di Kennedy, Susan Rankin, and someone whose name has been lost in the system.

My sincere thanks also go to the unnamed MEDIA FREEDOM CITIZENS who contributed.

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Episode Credits

li>Border Force: what is it, and why do we need it?,, 6 July 2016.

Series Credits

[Picture: Australian Border Force Commissioner Roman Quaedvlieg, in a screenshot from ABC TV, 28 August 2015.]