Cut and Paste

       Just as well The Age and
the ABC don’t give
to people who seek attention
by slagging off…..

Catherine Deveny in The Sunday

I REMEMBER when I was about 14 slagging off some poor girl with my classmates … I am no stranger to trolls. They try to get my attention on
an hourly basis. Women who colour outside the lines cop a hundred times more vitriol than men, and it’s a thousand times more vicious ..
. Enter the
Small pathetic little people hell-bent on getting attention by slagging off, sledging or just being boring.
Hate-filled abusive messages driven by envy and relevance-
deprivation is their game. Generally men, generally anonymous, generally misogynist.

Deveny’s farewell tweet on her former editor, Paul Ramadge, June 26:
I WISH him arse cancer.
Deveny tweets about fellow ABCI Q&A panellist Peter Dutton,
March 15, 2010:

HAD nightmare they sat me next to a chinless, ex QLD cop with a face of a rapist who refused to go to the stolen generation apology #qanda
Deveny tweets on April 24, 2010: 
ANZAC Day. Men only enlisted to fight for the money, for the adventure or because they were racist … Anzac Day IS a glorification of war. They
didn’t die for us but because they were risk taking testosterone fuelled men with a pack mentality … Anzac Day. I abhor people whose self-esteem is fuelled by nationalism approved misogyny, homophobia, racism or cruelty administered by relos … Live yourown life. Make your own mark. Stop feeling big because your dead relative killed people because they knew no better … Anzac Day. F .. k repect (sic). Respect is just code for “support our selective narrative used to prop up our power that we use to oppress”.
Deveny on people who live in the Melbourne suburb of Craigieburn,
The Age, April l9, 2008:
THE reality is that it is impossible to watch these brainless retards belt the crap out of each other without enjoying it just a little.
Mungo MacCallum on ABC News 24’s The Drum, last Thursday: (31/08/2012)
ONE ofthe problems is that we are becoming a less civil society. There’re all sorts of reasons for this. One is the great attacks on what used to be called political correctness. “Go on; let it all hang out if you think somebody’s a bastard, tell ’em. Don’t be politically correct about it.” You know, in other words, don’t be polite. Don’t be decent. Don’t be civilised. Be as rude as you want to be about everybody you don’t like.
MacCallum in his book Run Johnny, Run: The Story of the 2004 Election
(Duffy & Snellgrove, 2004)                 .
(JOHN Howard) the little c .. t. .. a shithouse rat ……. a jerky little man with a manic grin …….. a lying little rat … the unflushable turd set out on a leisurely victory circuit of the toilet bowl;