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Julia Gillard: Who is she and what does she want?

March 28, 2012

Julia Gillard: Even her hair isn't even real.

Julia Gillard, otherwise known as the “Prime Minister of Australia” is a mysterious character.

Despite previously promising to present “the real Julia” (her words), Australians, in recent times, have been subjected to what can only be characterised as carefully scripted appearances from not just “wooden Julia” but her cast iron equivalent.

So who is this so-called “Prime Minister” and what, if anything does she stand for?

The Farnham report, with thanks to our new benevolent benefactors (thanks Clive), decided to investigate further, in what can only be described as this EXCLUSIVE Farnham Report Exclusive Report Enquiry Probe.

Here are the “secret” facts, yes FACTS!  That Julia doesn’t want you to know…

So really, we ask, who the fuck is she…?

We wanted to present you with excerpts of her biography, but it appears that this is a little problematic…



7 Comments leave one →
  1. Tom R permalink
    March 28, 2012 7:20 pm

    June 12, 2011 😯

    I’ll bet the chicken shit reckoned that horruble media lot would have mangled what was in their so badly as to make it look like everyone was having a go at her.

    When in fact, we now know that the media lot were way way to busy hacking set-top boxes so hardly normal could actually successfully put in a tender for the Government WASTE and RORT!


  2. March 28, 2012 7:26 pm

    Right. So Tom, you are the first person to mention so-called “climate change” on this “clean slate” blog…

    Consider yourself summarily banned!!

  3. TB Queensland permalink
    March 28, 2012 7:30 pm

    Ms Wallace seems nice … sister of, Wallace, from, Wallace and Grommett, if memory serves me …

  4. Tom R permalink
    March 28, 2012 7:35 pm

    you are the first person to mention so-called “climate change”



  5. TB Queensland permalink
    March 28, 2012 7:39 pm

    Consider yourself summarily banned!!

    I think that means three and your out … TR … I’ll keep count, OK …

    Noice to see you being conssiten** consistent with the neology! 😀

    (** Should we add that to the Lexicon?)

  6. TB Queensland permalink
    March 29, 2012 12:59 pm

    One thing that Julia wants is the NBN rolled out and running as quickly as possible …

    … ready to roll …

    With all the foundations now in place NBN Co is ready to roll.

    The rollout schedule launched by the company will see the national broadband network becoming available within the next three years – to around four million households, which is well over half the population of Australia. Of these households approximately 3.5 million will be able to obtain access to fibre; 300,000 to wireless broadband; and 200,000 to satellite broadband …

    … Earlier this week AGL Energy said that thanks to the national broadband network it will be able to build the largest wind farm in Australia, near Silverton in western New South Wales. It was access to the NBN that made this project economically viable, as it saved the company between $30 million and $40 million in communications costs …

    … as more and more people begin to understand the power of utilising ICT solutions to address the many complex issues that confront organisations and society in general. By capturing key data – weather, energy, traffic movement, business and financial data, behaviour patterns and so on – and processing and analysing it in real time, information can be provided to people and organisations that will enable them to operate and function more effectively and productively …

    … Under the national digital economy strategy we will now also see many community health centres and GPs connected to the NBN – in particular, a large number in regional Australia. This will enable them to provide health consultancy services using video-based connections, thus avoiding some of the cost and stress experienced by patients and their families when they have to travel long distances …

    … The mobile operators are another group that is eagerly awaiting the NBN. The explosion in broadband requires them to roll out an increasing number of mobile base stations – literally thousands of these units are needed and they must be linked to fibre optic networks in order to handle the massive capacity required for mobile broadband applications …

    … So, after all the hard work involved in getting the foundations in place, we will now begin to see a rapid roll out of the service. And once the first few hundred thousand people are connected user-based stories will emerge. BuddeComm predicts that the NBN will soon be the next thing people want to have access to. Our colleagues in countries where high-speed broadband has already been rolled out report that new applications, new opportunities and new uses are being discovered on a daily basis …

  7. March 29, 2012 1:21 pm

    four million households within 3 years…

    I wonder how those households will feel when Tony Abbott decides to tear it all up?

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