52 thoughts on “Mater’s Mischief #8: He’s come good since leaving the job”

  1. Phelps cannot possibly think she is saying something new.

    The only difference is that it is her saying it.

    She seems to think that will make a difference.

    What an ego.


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  2. For barren Greenfilth lesbians like Kerryn Phelps, everything is political — like sacrificing the children they don’t have to provide a symbolic victory for the tribe.

    Who cares if experimental vaccines kill a few kids? It’s worth it to show the proletariat who’s really in charge — people with medical degrees who support child murder, especially if the kids are still in the womb.


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  3. Kerryn Phelps….always looking for attention. Good on Coatsworth for calling her out.

    As much as I think Dave Sharma is a wet lettuce leaf, when I’m reminded of Phelps’ tenure as the MP for Wentworth, I’m very happy I voted for Sharma.


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  4. So in Dr Phelps’s universe, in what year, decade or century will it be OK to resume normal life? By the time she and her ilk are happy, those primary school kids will be in uni.


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  5. As much as I think Dave Sharma is a wet lettuce leaf, when I’m reminded of Phelps’ tenure as the MP for Wentworth, I’m very happy I voted for Sharma.

    Obviously you thought Sharma was the lesser of two weevils.


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  6. Onya, Dr Nick. I’m impressed. Right at the beginning of the fauxdemic, I thought him another Herr Flick and camera preener.

    I was wrong.

    Sadly, he will pay. That old battleaxe will make sure of it.


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  7. Vax is at 340%*
    So not quite there then you purple jacketed cock dodger?

    *this is if you count each vax as one, rather than 3 vaxes as “vaccinated”. I may also be pulling this figure from my bum.


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  8. Phelps runs a medical practice in Double Bay where she charges way beyond the recommended Medicare charge for a consultation. She’s also dabbled in “alternative medicines”. She’s a fraud and a particularly nasty individual.

    Back in October 2018, when I went to vote in the Wentworth by-election, I had a confrontation with the slag. I asked her if she supported the BDS? She said that of course she doesn’t support the BDS. So I asked her why she’s then accepted so much dosh and assistance from a hard-left anti-Semitic organisation called GetUp. Her reply to me….”I’ll accept help from whoever offers it”.


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  9. Sadly, he will pay. That old battleaxe will make sure of it.

    I don’t think Phelps’ influence is that great. Her reputation isn’t great.

    But she could probably wrangle a few dozen signataures on a letter complaint to the relevant medical college or his employer, the ANU.

    Coatsworth was the subject of such political activism masquerading as concern for public health in the latter half of last year.

    Certain parties – inlcuding members of OzSAGE – are out to see him professionally cancelled.


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  10. Right at the beginning of the fauxdemic, I thought him another Herr Flick and camera preener.

    I was wrong.

    He’s one of the few – that we know of, anyway – in the relevant advanced medical fields who’ve kept an open mind and been prepared to shift their stance in response to developments rather than cite dogmas that were probably already out of date when they were minted.

    By the way, when someone in a white coat says “the science is settled”, tell them they should be out of a job then!


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  11. What is wrong with these people?

    From the Australian Gov Covid website and I quote:-

    How does COVID-19 affect children?
    The virus can infect children however, they are less likely to have symptoms. Their
    symptoms are milder and they are less likely to develop severe illness. Children dying
    from COVID-19 is rare

    They are demented; why use a “provisionally” approved vaaccine as an experiment on Australia’s young children? What is the valid reason?


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  12. Why does the AMA attract psychopaths as President? Phelps, that Indian chap and that beasty piece of current incumbent.

    You’d have to ask the members who elect them.

    Which suggests its a somewhat creepy organisation filled with borderline personality types who want to control people.

    And in long term decline; even most GPs want nothing to do with it.

    Still high on the ABC’s contacts page though.


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  13. Back in October 2018, when I went to vote in the Wentworth by-election, I had a confrontation with the slag. I asked her if she supported the BDS? She said that of course she doesn’t support the BDS. So I asked her why she’s then accepted so much dosh and assistance from a hard-left anti-Semitic organisation called GetUp. Her reply to me….”I’ll accept help from whoever offers it”.

    a liar or a whore


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  14. I can see the teachers union using the ‘health and safety’ trump card to call strike action and refuse to teach classes with unvaccinated students…

    There seems to be no work around once people play the ‘health and safety’ card…


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  15. Diogenessays:
    January 9, 2022 at 1:52 pm
    Why does the AMA attract psychopaths as President? Phelps, that Indian chap and that beasty piece of current incumbent.

    And the neurosurgeon whose face used to appear on roadside billboards.


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  16. In days of yore the village or town doctor was a figure of veneration.

    Like the schoolmaster in Goldsmith’s village (mutatis mutandis):

    The village all declared how much Phelps knew;
    ‘Twas certain she could write, and cypher too;
    Lands she could measure, terms and tides presage,
    And ev’n the story ran that she could gauge.
    In arguing too, that Sharma owned her skill,
    For even tho’ vanquished, she could argue still;
    While words of learned length and thundering sound,
    Amazed the Wentworth morons ranged around;
    And still they gazed, and still the wonder grew,
    That one small head could carry all she knew.

    She is a stupid person’s idea of what an intelligent person is – laying down the law with insuperable (insufferable to everyone who knows better) confidence, with condescension, and just showing a hint of contempt for hoi polloi.

    Makes her a bigger fool for believing the morons when they tell her she is so smart.


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  17. With the continued fall in value (with a correlation of 0.99 to that of Australia Day), Phelps helps confirm an AM ain’t worth a pinch of shit.

    Keep handing ‘em out like dunny paper and they’ll eventually find their value.


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  18. Keep handing ‘em out like dunny paper and they’ll eventually find their value.

    Like all her ilk she makes a point of listing her titles so people know how important she is. Professor! AM! People have to be told how important, erudite, and Cebrel Cerebellumnar Cerberus clever she is.

    Actually Cerberus suits her.

    Anyway, if she becomes the treasurer of the local gardening club expect her to update her Twatter profile to include SEEWGI (Supervising Executive of the Excheqeur of the Wentworth Greening Initiative).


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  19. Cassie of Sydney says:
    January 9, 2022 at 1:17 pm
    Kerryn Phelps….always looking for attention. Good on Coatsworth for calling her out.

    As much as I think Dave Sharma is a wet lettuce leaf, when I’m reminded of Phelps’ tenure as the MP for Wentworth, I’m very happy I voted for Sharma.

    Given some of your previous comments re Sharma that’s a damning indictment on Phelps – a vile person IMO.

    Some good news on my home front . . . My teenage daughter has now fully recovered from the Chinese flu (quite unwell for 3 days but has quickly recovered). So well she is she went for a run this morning and this arvo is off to see her boyfriend.

    As for the missus and myself all fine – negative RAT test last night. Not that either of us had any symptoms.

    That’s another week taken out of lives . . . extremely pissed off.


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  20. “Given some of your previous comments re Sharma that’s a damning indictment on Phelps – a vile person IMO.”

    Absolutely, Dave Sharma, nice guy, is a wet lettuce leaf (although good on Israel). It’s Dave Sharma, Trent Zimmerman, Katie Allen, Jason Falinsky and a few other wets that have propelled the climate bullshit in the coalition, primarily because they’re worried about their electorates……all very wealthy electorates, going the way of Warringah. The Liberal party are going to have to one day walk away from these electorates…..before long they’ll turn Independent Green.

    Phelps rode into Wentworth in October 2018 on the back of Malturd’s deliberate malfeasance. Remember that the Turd of Point Piper refused to endorse Sharma…a utterly despicable act….but typical of the Turd of Point Piper. Many people lodged a protest vote by voting for Phelps (not me). Many returned and voted for Sharma in May 2019. Sharma only just got through however Phelps had a high profile. Simon Holmes a Court’s dummy…..Ms Allegra Spender…..doesn’t have the same profile. However we’ll see.


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  21. Why does the AMA attract psychopaths as President? Phelps, that Indian chap and that beasty piece of current incumbent.

    Back in the 1970s, the equivalent of the AMA was known as the “Doctors Reform Society”. The latter’s membership included most of the collectivist quacktors around back then.

    The AMA nowadays is yet another example of “Conquest’s 2nd Law”. An utterly discredited husk.


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  22. Cassie, I am hoping now that Sharma has enough of a local profile to kick away the Voice of Green heavily-funded attacks on Wentworth. I wish he’d learn the lesson that Net Zero is a Liberal own-goal and move away from it. But that is probably too much to hope for. Simply to keep Wentworth in the tent would do for the moment.

    Well said there, Nick Coatsworth. Wham, wham, mam, to Phelps, just what she needs.
    So good to see that he’s resisting the crazy lockdown narrative.
    I ran into Phelps when handing out Aust Conservatives how-to-votes last Federal Election.
    She looked hard at me, in my pigtails, but I could see her reconsidering engaging.
    I was having debating success making the Get-Up woman flustered, and obviously having fun.


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  23. ” An utterly discredited husk.”

    A good description and which explains why membership of the AMA is now only about thirty percent of doctors…and falling.


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  24. Nick’s high medical profile helps a lot to add force to his scathing dismissal of Phelps.
    He’s brave and hopefully more docs will follow his lead.


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  25. The only reason anyone ever knew who Kerryn Phelps was is because she was the actor Peter Phelps’ sister. She was burrowing into total obscurity before Peter became famous.
    When Pete was young and attractive, is when she was noticed and all the ooh, aah started.

    Now that she and Pete look very similar, she has had to find other ways to stay relevant.


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  26. “Cassie, I am hoping now that Sharma has enough of a local profile to kick away the Voice of Green heavily-funded attacks on Wentworth. I wish he’d learn the lesson that Net Zero is a Liberal own-goal and move away from it. But that is probably too much to hope for. Simply to keep Wentworth in the tent would do for the moment.”

    Lizzie, I suspect Sharma has. And I know you agree with me that he’s a dripping wet lettuce leaf on climate clap trap but the thought of him being replaced by Allegra Spender of the sinister “Voices Of” (which should be renamed to the more accurate “Grifters of”)….leaves me cold. Sharma’s well liked within the Jewish community and his robust condemnation of the Sydney Festival Jew hating boycott adds to his profile. We haven’t heard a peep from Spender on this. Spender also doesn’t have the profile of Phelps.

    If the Lib Dems put up a candidate….he/she gets my first preference and then I will preference Sharma. As you wrote above…”Simply to keep Wentworth in the tent would do for the moment”…..the thought of Holmes a Court protege Spender as my local MP makes me physically sick.

    But I reiterate what I wrote above……the Liberals are going to have to one day walk away from electorates like Wentworth and focus on middle class and working class Australians. That’s their electoral future….if they are up to learning anything and that’s debatable.


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  27. By the same ‘logic’ (if that is the word) that Phelps applies here, Perrotet would, if course, have to ban the Mardi Gras. At which point Phelps and her wokist cheer squad would scream blue murder.

    Who was it that said consistency is a virtue for small minds?


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  28. O/T ..Sorta , AM’s will eventually All find their way to Cash Converters , I will keep my eyes open ,thinking her’s will appear soon . I need a new snapper sinker.


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  29. the Liberals are going to have to one day walk away from electorates like Wentworth and focus on middle class and working class Australians.

    I suspect the dimwits are an election loss or two away from realising that.

    Labor is ahead of them, as exemplified by their their willingness to make mass immigration an election issue this year whilst the Liberals under SloMo are still wedded to the ponzi policy.


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  30. Perfidious Albinosays:
    January 9, 2022 at 8:14 pm
    What happened to that Owler chap too – he was also insufferable!

    That’s the one I was thinking of. Face on every roadside billboard, all about speeding on the roads. No mention of the casualties of medical errors.


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  31. “Perfidious Albinosays:
    January 9, 2022 at 8:14 pm
    What happened to that Owler chap too – he was also insufferable!”

    I do recall that Mr Howler ran as a Labor candidate for the seat of Bennelong in May 2019.


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  32. Back in the 1970s, the equivalent of the AMA was known as the “Doctors Reform Society”. The latter’s membership included most of the collectivist quacktors around back then.

    In the 1970s the AMA was a conservative organization that had genuine concerns for the profession and the community. The DRS was a cesspool of lefty doctors whose membership could usually be counted on the fingers of a leper’s hand.

    Although the DRS still exists its role has largely been subsumed by the AMA and many of the specialist Colleges, especially the RACGP, who have become temples of wokeness and political correctness.

    And as for medical professorships, they are handed out like lollies and can be relied upon as indicators, as Dr Coatsworth has observed in the case of Phelps, that the holder is someone who needs to be ignored.


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  33. She is a stupid person’s idea of what an intelligent person is
    Consider that stolen.

    All due credit, but that one has been around for a while, with various claims to paternity. Peter Hitchens used it to perfectly describe Stephen Fry.


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  34. Top IQ needed to be a doctor however this does not mean they have emotional intelligence Ie EQ or do not have a personality disorder .Try Narcissistic Personality Disorder perhaps or even the only the top end of the continuum for narcissism . Don’t think Phelps behaviour is based on altruism that maybe the underlying belief that motivates many in the helping professions.


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  35. All due credit, but that one has been around for a while, with various claims to paternity.

    I think I have heard it the one time with regards to Steven Fry.

    But, at the risk of seeming to minister my own insecurities, I did not borrow or steal it.

    I shall content myself with ‘great minds think alike’.

    Actually, in my usual verbose way I used another example to reinforce the idea of how those with limited resources can only imagine those better off in their own restricted circumstances to create image that actually exists nowhere. Poor people imagining how rich people live, perhaps imagining they have gold-plated knives and forks, drink champagne like water, eat breakfast at tables that can seat 50, all their meals have French names, have colour TVs in every room etc.

    It is amazing how often people win the lotto and find themselves rich, live it up, and end up back where they started, all within a few years.


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  36. Let’s say I ran a restaurant and decided to present a food or beverage for consumption that had not been consumed before. I have 100 diners, and the reviews of 99 of them range from ‘meh’ to ‘superb.’ Annoyingly, one of the diners dies, and their death is conclusively linked to my new product.

    Might I expect the dinosaur media to ignore that one death, and focus on the reviews of the 99% of those who survived?

    Would the relevant authorities be happy to judge me on my good intentions, and the fact that an undeniable majority of consumers had either neutral or positive experiences with my product?


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  37. “And as for medical professorships, they are handed out like lollies and can be relied upon as indicators … that the holder is someone who needs to be ignored.”
    Case in point: Brett Sutton.


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