Secret internal cables released early Monday morning by controversial whistle-blower website Wikileaks, have provoked an unprecedented 694-day debate in Australian Parliament.
The cables suggest, contrary to public pronouncements from the Gillard government, that the unbelievably good looking Canadian hard rock band Propagandhi have no time-line for withdrawal from their extremely unpopular mission in Australia.
Propagandhi have warned against handing over responsibility for security in Australia to any of the completely self-serving total assholes that tend to get involved in federal politics in the first place, insisting the transition must be tailored to the conditions on the ground.
Quoted in the heavily-redacted documents is Propagandhi‘s Minister of Agriculture, Jordan D. Samolesky, who states that "Propagandhi will not abandon Australia. Propagandhi will not allow Australia to become a haven for terrorists. Propagandhi will remain engaged in Australia until everyone is either dead, maimed or incarcerated. Only then can democracy and freedom prevail. Now let us blaze!"
Tickets on sale Monday February 28 at 9:00am.
Friday May 20 – The Brisbane Hotel, Hobart – 18
Tickets available from Brisbane Hotel 03 62344920, Red Hot Devonport 03 6424 9816, Mojo Launceston 03 6334 5677, Ruff Cut Hobart 03 6234 8600, www.oztix.com.au 1300 762 545
Wednesday May 25 – Bar On The Hill, Newcastle – 18
Tickets available from U-Shops on Campus 02 4985 4144, Rock Shop 02 4929 1856, Cat Fight 02 4962 5000, www.bigtix.com.au 02 4968 3093, www.oztix.com.au 1300 762 545
Saturday May 28 – Coolangatta Hotel, Coolangatta – 18
Tickets available from www.thecoolyhotel.com.au 07 5589 6888, www.oztix.com.au 1300 762 545 and oztix outlets