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Posted in Uncategorized by thecuriousmail on April 25, 2010

In a sombre ceremony in Canberra today, Australian Prime

 Minister, Mr Kevin Rudd, opened the Tomb of the Unknown

Wage Slave.

Before a crowd of invited dignitaries, Mr Rudd expressed the

nation’s gratitude for the millions of Australians who throughout

our history who have worked in low-paid menial jobs, jobs with

 little satisfaction and no future, and who have had to fight for even

the smallest improvement in pay and conditions, all so that they can

barely make ends meet.

Mr Rudd said he was “concerned at the high number of working poor in Australia today, but the specificity of the  

particular situational exigencies precludes  fundamental substantive improvement.”

Serial pest, broadcaster Mr Alan Jones, was ejected from the ceremony after he was seen to have urinated  against a

wall inside the tomb. As he was being escorted out,  Mr Jones denied that he was drunk, and said “those chardonnay

sipping socialists in there aren’t so different to me.”


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