December 30th, 2002


Terror Alert Hotline

started on Sunday, the new government terror alert hotline has "already received 500 calls," according to the head of this organisation, prime minister john howard.

but it's nothing to be afraid of, despite the similarities to orwell's 1984, because it's obviously not targeting any nationality. i'm sure calls about middle eastern people are treated with the same amount of suspicion as calls about lebanese youths. nothing to fear. no. not at all.

apparently, leader of the terror campaign john howard, has "enormous faith in the capacity of Australians to respond to this in a balanced sensible way."

quotes taken from articles on
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The Terror Alert Hotline: Monday.

I rang and informed on my neighbours today.

It's not because I dislike them, but they are suspicious looking. Wearing those weird, tacky clothes, letting strange spices burst from their house, and the giant satellite dish upon the roof of their house. What kind of an honest person needs a giant dish from which they can receive from and broadcast at any country they want? It's wrong, when you stop and think about it, because there are clearly countries people shouldn't be having anything to do with.

I said as much to the Terror Alert Hotline Person in their muffled, electronically hidden voice. In response, it said, "So you think they're calling Iraq?"

"Well," I said, "it's possible. But I'm more worried about American ties, myself."

They will be coming for the neighbours soon, to take them away and to pull down the giant M that punches up into the sky.
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