Powerful union threatens legal action


The powerful union that represents many of Australia’s most-reviled citizens has issued a stern warning to “those abusing social media platforms to denigrate and humiliate our membership”.

“Desist right now or face legal action and heavy fines” is the advice from the Federation of Australian Sociopaths, Psychopaths and Narcissists, which represents some 25,000 lowlife Australians.

The union says it will issue writs and seek substantial damages for defamation against any person the union catches “from this day on using any social media platform to describe Prime Minister Scott Morrison as one of us”.

“Be it on Twitter, Facebook or by any other online platform, anyone who calls Mr Morrison a sociopath, psychopath and/or narcissist can expect to be prosecuted to the full extent of the law and face substantial fines if not a prison sentence if they are found to be deliberate re-offenders,” a FOASPAN spokesperson said from the union’s head office in Ivan Milat House, North Sydney.

“Our members have enough problems operating below the radar in modern society without this outrageous slur also hanging over their heads.

“We will not stand by and let our members be so grossly defamed and belittled in such a callous and unfair manner.

“It’s simply not on. You have been warned.”