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TURN IT DOWN: Grouchy Greensparty Senator attacks live-music because she can hear it in her office

The Greensparty pretend to be on thing but are actually something else entirely. They pretend to campaign in favour of live-music to connect with its mostly young fans. But what they do and say in private betrays them as selfish, intolerant and hypocritical.

Greensparty Senator Lee Rhiannon has attacked live music – and therefore civilisation itself – with a despicable attempt to silence a venue near her office for interrupting her deep thoughts.

The live-music venue owners fear Rhiannon might succeed in having them closed down, despite their expenditure on insulation and such, because of her repeated complaints to local council commissars that could see them fined out of existence, potentially facing crippling fines because of Rhiannon’s ranting.

Rhiannon’s selfish attack on live-music contrasts with Greensparty rhetoric on the issue where they are all over the live-music scene like a tropical rash.

But if it gets in the way of Lee Rhiannon’s late-night musings and meetings, the Greensparty want live music shut down


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  1. still no news regarding corrupt Dean Mighell.

    Posted by jimmy | March 24, 2013, 15:11
  2. What were you lot down south thinking putting a watermellon in the senate?
    Don’t do it again.

    Posted by Scott | March 24, 2013, 17:34
  3. Don’t worry the greens will be shut down after September

    Posted by Argus Tuft | March 24, 2013, 17:35
  4. Great story about hypocrisy.

    Posted by Angela Moore | March 24, 2013, 18:47
  5. G-d forbid, Rhiannon is temporarily distracted from thinking about new and inventive ways of terrorising a nation. Perhaps the Play Bar should install a siren calling all commie lovers for daily prayers to their mass murdering idols?

    Posted by iheartjinglee | March 24, 2013, 19:15
  6. Typical greenie latte sippin’ wanker! Long live Rock!

    Posted by Keef Moon | March 24, 2013, 19:24
  7. What a a farkin moll. Gold for everyone campaigning against the Green. should help in Melbourne, oh no forget, Cath Bowtell, to farkin lazy, stupid and high and mighty to dirty herself with a good issue.

    Posted by Right Said Fred | March 24, 2013, 20:31
  8. I’m surprised she can hear the music, so high-up on her broom. I wonder if she will blame Israel again?

    Posted by Ragool | March 24, 2013, 21:51
  9. Yeah and Bowtell is nothing more than a filthy dumb hag. The ALP are finished if they think some grubby dog like Cath is going to win them office hee hee hee!

    Posted by anon | March 24, 2013, 23:56
  10. I just love those tee-shirts! They are just so cool and catchy. I don’t know who Adam is, I think he’s a commercial radio station DJ who does the breakfast shift, but I know he’s into all things cool with lots of funny jokes, and stories and he respects my intelligence completely.

    I wouldn’t listen to this Cath person, boring, untrendy, oldie, who takes things seriously when all I want is gimmicks, stunts and a facebook friend.

    Posted by I'll be voting for Adam! | March 25, 2013, 7:45
  11. I heard that the venue has the music up loud so that they do not have to hear Lee Brown and her troops singing The Red Flag

    Posted by the Insider | March 25, 2013, 14:27
  12. Loud music? Must be the j ews fault eh Rhiannon?

    Posted by Anonymous | March 25, 2013, 16:20
  13. She’d listen to it if it were the sounds of North Korean artillery fire upon South Korea or Iranian fighter jets somehow getting past Israeli air defences.

    Typical Green Puke. I hope you slide down the S-Bend at the next election Comrade Rhiannon (Brown)

    Posted by Futureproof | March 25, 2013, 17:33
  14. You’d never sniff the seat of that dirty, vile, unprincipled Green nutter, would you Troy?

    Posted by Roy Tuswell Seat Sniffer | March 29, 2013, 7:05
  15. Sam very disappointing husband, love, money etc he not provide well.

    Posted by Nesrine Armanious | March 29, 2013, 19:17
  16. Tee-shirts, and now facebook competitions! Thank you Adam. You know exactly at what level to pitch too with me and my friends and aren’t trying to strain our brains.

    Thinking gives you wrinkles, I’d sooner wait for the showbags, and catchy jingle that I’m sure you are putting together right now.

    Posted by Air heads for Adam! | March 30, 2013, 7:53
  17. Live Music is supposed to be played reasonably loudly. It creates the vibe. In a commercial area, venues should be able to play live music or have a DJ with a great sound system. It is what Gen X and Y want so they can feel part of the scene.

    I suppose we could get some good buskers (e.g. skilled drummers) to play on the street just outside her office which is on a Main Street. That would be totally legal. The crowd would clap and stamp their feet just like a demonstration – only this would be a spontaneous voluntary event unlike the shows put on in North Korea, the last remaining bastion of her belief system.

    Posted by Giuseppe De Simone | March 30, 2013, 18:22
  18. And she adopted the name Rhiannon after the tune. Shame om Ms Brown

    Posted by Merv S | April 3, 2013, 17:41
  19. New developments, last night, the Sydney City Council sent over some rangers and has banned all music at the Play Bar, and instructed people to talk quietly. WTF??


    Posted by Mark Matthews | April 6, 2013, 17:08