Too Right

Too Right

by James Colley and Peter Chudd

Epub (Kobo), Epub (Adobe) Publication Date: 26/07/2017

  $12.97

It's remarkable that I'm able to write this at all. I'm surprised that those lefty hate groups haven't kicked down my door and stolen my keyboard and thrown it into a creek. I suspect the only thing stopping them is the thought of having to put in an honest day's work of vigilante justice and the environmental impact of the gesture..." Peter Chudd, Real Australian.


Move over Alan Jones and Andrew Bolt, Australia's leading conservative privileged white man has arrived. And even better, he's written a masterpiece that dismantles every loony left - or even vaguely moderate - political argument ever made in this country!


In Too Right, Peter Chudd, Australia's most controversial far-right columnist tells it like it is, unafraid of who's 'offended' by his 'poorly researched' opinions. Global warming? The only thing warming the world is the hot air from environmentalists. And what would climate scientists know about climate science anyway? Welfare? Well, that's anything but, well, fair. Racism? Every columnist has a right to be a bigot - and how dare people dismissive him as a 'white man'.


Read the tragic story of how this wealthy, privileged man believes he is, against all odds, the most maligned, victimised, discriminated-against person in the entire country for simply daring to speak the truth. Understand his dismay when people describe him as a hideous husk of a human who's single-handedly tearing the nation apart.

ISBN:
9781760639051
9781760639051
Category:
Humour
Format:
Epub (Kobo), Epub (Adobe)
Publication Date:
26-07-2017
Language:
English
Publisher:
ALLEN & UNWIN
James Colley

Young Walkley Nominated Satirist and creator of SBS Comedy's The Backburner and NailedIt! at Giant Dwarf.

Works on ABC TV's The Weekly with Charlie Pickering and Gruen.

Selected to perform at the Festival Of Dangerous Ideas, The St. James Ethics Centre and Splendour In The Grass among others.

He has also had multiple sold-out seasons at The Sydney Comedy Festival.

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