Gleeso strikes Right balance….yet again!

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Peter Gleeson, arguably one of Australia’s finest ever journalists, is to anchor an exciting new SkyNews panel/talk show that is expected to become a viewing must in dozens of households in the months leading up to the 2019 federal election.

The sensational news of the remaking of Australia’s political reporting landscape was announced on page 2 of Tuesday’s edition of Brisbane tabloid The Courier-Mail – obviously only narrowly deprived of the coveted position of page-one splash by developments in a horrific murder in Far North Queensland.gleeso item

Although the first live episode of Gleeso’s new talk show, Gleeso’s News Talk show, doesn’t screen until 5pm on Thursday December 27, the good news is that Bug readers don’t have to wait that long!

A dummy run videotape of the planned first show has fallen straight off the back of a Newscorpse truck and into the hot little hands of The Bug, which now proudly reprints a transcript featuring inaugural guest panelists Judith Sloan of The Australian and Rowan Dean of the Australian Spectator. And can The Bug be frank here: it’s got Walkley Award gold smeared all over it! Well, there’s certainly something smeared all over it.

Peter Gleeson: Gidday, I’m Gleeso and welcome to our brand new news show, Gleeso’s News Talk. It’s a fair dinkum, light and breezy look at what’s going down in this amazing land of ours. We’ll be covering politics, sport, politics, the yartz, politics, whatever takes our fancy really, including politics. But first, welcome to my panel guests, Judith Sloan…

Judith Sloan: Hello Peter.

Peter Gleeson: Or better still, Sloansey?

Judith Sloan: Judith will be fine.

Peter Gleeson: OK. And it’s also welcome to my old friend Rowan Dean.

Rowan Dean: Good evening, Peter.

Peter Gleeson: Gleeso, please. To get things started, can I just say what a disaster it would be for Australia if, heaven forbid, Bill Shorten ever became prime minister. We’d see a post-apocalyptic landscape of ruined houses everywhere under Labor’s disgraceful negative gearing policies. Everyone would lose their homes. That’s a fact. Hundreds of thousands of retired Australians trying to look after themselves in their twilight years using the existing laws at the time to build a little nest egg so they’d never be a burden on society would be living rough and hungry on the streets thanks to Labor’s income imputation credits tax changes. The country will be overrun with criminal gangs and Islamic jihadists once Labor waters down border protection laws which we know their evil, criminal union puppet-masters will make them do. It won’t just be Victorians who’ll be too afraid to go out and eat at night. Our schools will be overrun, our trams and trains over-crowded, our highways brought to a standstill which probably won’t matter much because all of these jobs will have been taken by these people. I’ll start with you Judith.

Judith Sloan:  I think it’s important to also say what a disaster it would be if, heaven forbid, Bill Shorten ever became prime minister. We’d see a post-apocalyptic landscape of ruined houses everywhere under Labor’s disgraceful negative gearing policies. Everyone would lose their homes. That’s a fact. Hundreds of thousands of decent, retired Australians trying to look after themselves in their twilight years using the existing laws at the time to build a little nest egg so they’d never be a burden on society would be living rough and hungry on the streets thanks to Labor’s income imputation credits tax changes. The country will be overrun with criminal gangs and Islamic jihadists once Labor waters down border protection laws which we know their evil, criminal union puppet-masters will make them do. It won’t just be Victorians who’ll be too afraid to go out and eat at night. Our schools will be overrun, our trams and trains overcrowded, our highways brought to a standstill but that probably won’t matter because all of our jobs will have been taken by these people…

Peter Gleeson: Not to mention the jobs and industry killer that is Labor’s climate change policy dictated to it by the radical greenie lefties who want to see all manufacturing and mining activities shut down across Australia even though our emissions are barely…..

Judith Sloan: Well, Peter, in addition I think it’s also important not to forget the jobs and industry killer that is Labor’s climate change policy dictated to it by the radical greenie lefties who want to see all manufacturing and mining activities shut down across Australia even though our emissions are barely…..

Rowan Dean: Can I step in there and just add that it will be a complete disaster if, heaven forbid, Bill Shorten ever becomes prime minister. We’d see a post-apocalyptic landscape of ruined houses everywhere under Labor’s disgraceful negative gearing policies. Everyone would lose their homes. That’s a fact. Hundreds of thousands of decent, retired Australians trying to look after themselves in their twilight years, using the laws as they were at the time to establish a little nest egg so they wouldn’t be a burden on society, would be living rough and hungry on the streets thanks to Labor’s income imputation credits tax changes. The country will be overrun with criminal gangs and Islamic jihadists once Labor waters down border protection laws which we know their evil, criminal union puppet-masters will make them do. It won’t just be Victorians who’ll be too afraid to go out and eat at night. Our schools will be overrun, our trams and trains overcrowded, our highways brought to a standstill but that probably won’t matter much because all of our jobs will have been taken by these people…

Peter Gleeson: And let’s not forget Labor’s crazy energy policy that would see households, factories, and business across the nation in the dark and powerless 24/7 because it is dependent on unreliable renewable energy sources instead of relying entirely on fair dinkum base-load coal-fired powerhouses, or better still nuclear energy.

Rowan Dean: I’m sorry mate, but I also meant to say we shouldn’t ignore the jobs and industry killer that is Labor’s climate change policy dictated to it by the radical greenie lefties who want to see all manufacturing and mining activities shut down across Australia even though our emissions are barely…..

Judith Sloan: And Peter let’s not forget Labor’s crazy energy policy that would see households, factories, and business across the nation in the dark and powerless 24/7 because it is dependent on unreliable renewable energy sources instead of relying entirely on fair dinkum base-load coal-fired powerhouses, or better still nuclear energy.

Peter Gleeson: That’s right Judith. Glad you brought it up. Now what about the man who is currently prime minister and who I have no doubt will, as a fair dinkum, God-fearing Christian man in touch with the needs and aspirations of average Australians, continue to be PM after the next election? Rowan, I’ll start with you. Do you think ScoMo is fully aware of what an awful cunt Shorten is and what a disaster it would be for Australia if Bill Shorten ever, heaven forbid, became prime minister?

Rowan Dean: Look I have no doubt the man who is currently prime minister will, as a fair dinkum, God-fearing Christian man in touch with the needs and aspirations of average Australians, continue to be PM after the next election. It would be a disaster for Australia if Bill Shorten ever, heaven forbid, became prime minister.

Judith Sloan: Surely ScoMo would have to know that. I mean we need to point out that he is a fair dinkum, God-fearing Christian man in touch with the needs and aspirations of average Australians, and it would be an absolute disaster for Australia if Bill Shorten ever, heaven forbid, became prime minister. Of course we’d see a post-apocalyptic landscape of ruined…

Peter Gleeson: Sorry to interrupt you there Judith, but we need to take a break now for some commercials…..

Rowan Dean: Peter, just before we do can I quickly say we shouldn’t forget Labor’s crazy energy policy that would see households, factories, and business across the nation in the dark and powerless 24/7 because it is dependent on unreliable renewable energy sources instead of relying entirely on fair dinkum base-load coal-fired powerhouses, or better still nuclear energy.

Peter Gleeson: Thanks mate. Important point. Now, I hope our viewer will stick around because after these ads Judith Sloan and Rowan Dean and I will be back to discuss Labor’s disgraceful negative gearing policies, the disaster waiting for retired Australians under Labor’s income imputation credits tax changes, plans by Bill Shorten to see the country overrun with criminal gangs and Islamic jihadists, the jobs and industry killer that is Labor’s climate change policy, and Labor’s crazy energy policy. Back soon.

(Tape ends)

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