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Annabelle @ The Art of Flag-waving

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WDPRM #3: Turnbull’s election changing forecasts

The “What Do Politicians Really Mean,” WDPRM for short, is a quick interactive news translation for vote-newbies.


Recently, in a BBC interview, Malcom Turbull stated, ”…if you view this objectively….their [liberal National coalition] concern was not that I would lose the election, rather that I would win it.” BBC 08.03.2019

Malcom Turnbull, the disgraced ex-prime minister who was tossed out of his leadership role in 2018 for failing to be a leader and a conservative (but like dysentery, he keeps on returning), has today attacked the coalition, again. He states, “…the internal brawl in the collation over the coal-fire power is damaging the NSW conservative government’s chances of re-election.” Continuing, “You haven’t worked out how damaging it is?” MSN 15.03.2019

Translation: The Liberals and Nationals couped me out of the globalist hijacked coalition because I am a corrupt-to-the-core globalist puppet with delusions of grandeur. I am now in an ideal super-Machiavellian place which allows me to denigrate the party (hoping that this will make them lose the 2019 elections), whilst I propagandise my employer’s climate change agenda. Although my deflection and distraction tactics are as pronounced as my synostotic brachysephaly, I prefer to delude myself that my brilliant schemes are perfectly camouflaged and do a stellar job in disguising my narcissistic, deep-rooted insecurities and envy.

Impressive, Mr Turnbull. I would have never been able to detect the soft centred diarrhoea in your ingenious turd-nuggets. Keep up the great work.

Annabelle @ The Art of Flag-waving

 

It’s raining lemons.

 

These are tough times for the Liberals, they have been carpet bombed with lemons since the 2018 spill. But ScoMo is holding his ground like a champion and is turning these regrettable lemons into a renewable energy source, invigorating the party and illuminating the voting bloc. His disproportionate energy level and interminable apple-polishing are becoming an inspiration to all Australians and politicians alike. No ascorbic explosion can slow Scott down, he sucks up every sour bomb thrown at him and uses it to make the most scrumptious outcomes. When life hands Scott Morrison a lemon, Scott turns it into sweet lemonade.

Sustralia’s little Benjamin Franklin: Scott Morrison turning lemon hail into a source of renewable energy whilst rocking to the tune of U2’s “Lemon”.

His genius has spiked my interest like no other leader. I needed to know everything about him, including the effortless prose which pours out of mouth whenever it is not occupied with food. I hounded his skillful PR team for months until they relented and granted me an interview.

When I finally got to meet Australia’s Franklinian virtuoso it felt so dreamlike that every time he answered one of my questions I had to bite down on my lower lip. To my utter surprise, Scott Morrison was equally excited to meet me and confessed that he too had been anticipating our meeting. So much so, Scott was unable to contain his excitement and blurting out that he was in the process of creating the ultimate winning campaign and slogan for the 2019 Federal election – a lemon recipe book! Catching my breath, I asked as to what had inspired Scott to author a recipe book. Scott responded, “We are harvesting more lemons than we can handle, I thought to put them to good use.” Then quickly adding, “I live by example, I also want to show to the Australian public that I do my bit to save the earth. I’m trying my hardest to recycle our lemons as much as possible, as we’ve never had such a bountiful harvest.”

Impressed by his live by the lemon, die by the lemon approach to life, I asked Cheffy Scotty what will be the title of the book. He timidly smiled and admitted that he was still tossing between “Gone with the Lemons” and “Lord of the Lemons.”

I am thrilled to share with my readers the 2019 political scoop. Without further ado let’s sink our teeth into the world exclusive Cheffy Scotty’s mouth-watering lemon recipes!

Lemon Curd alla Malcolm Turnbull

Ingredients: When Scott Morison was asked by Alan Jones, “Will there be more missions for this man [Malcom Turnbull] to spread his own discredited views?” Super-alpha Scott Morrison laid down the rules and responded with a resolute “No.” Alan should now ask ScoMo as to why Turnbull was sent to negotiate the transfer of the remaining Naru children.

Photo exhibited as “Eyes wide closed” at the Australian Art Gallery. A stolen snapshot of a relaxed a Turnbull not sporting his usual impaled neck posture. A rare glimpse into Turnbull’s mind.

Instructions:
1. Squeeze 10 bitter-green lemons and pour juice into a large bowl adding 5 tablespoons of lemon rind, 1 egg, 1/2 teaspoon of sugar and a good pinch of salt. Whisk vigorously until ingredients combine.
2. Place bowl on simmering water and slowly stir taking care not to scramble the egg. Stir until ingredients thicken into a ray of radiant sunshine yellow.
3. Remove from heat and add a full brick of cold butter to aid the cooldown and cut through the vinegary pungency.
4. Whisk vigorously.

 

The Julie Bishop Half-eaten Up-side-down Lemon Cake

Ingredients: Shortly after Julie Bishop’s resignation Scott Moron commented, “She [Julie Bishop] is a role model.” However, Scott neglected to retract his statement when Julie Bishop retracted her resignation.

Julie’s short-lived resignation from politics left us craving for more.

Instructions:
1. Micro slice 2 lemons making sure to retain their delicate shape. Creating a waterproof decorative seal is very important for this recipe.
2. Coarsely grate 2 lemon peels taking care not to bruise the skin so to retain maximum acidity.
3. Sparingly sprinkle brown sugar on top of a hot skillet. The sugar exists only to caramelise the lemon seal, not for sweetening purposes.
4. Place lemon slices on top of the sugar in an overlapped, repetitive circular pattern in order to package the sour batter and preventing it from seeping out.
5. Add flour, a cup of sour cream, 10 tablespoons of bicarbonate soda, salt, the coarsely grated lemon rind and ½ brick of butter into a bowl. Do not skimp on butter, it acts as an acid regulator to stop the sponge from becoming dry, shriveled and brittle.
6. Whisk all ingredients together, pour on top of the caramelised lemon slices and slow cook in the oven.
7. Once cooked, flip cake onto a plate to showcase the lemon decoration and to hide the sour sponge. Cut cake in half and discard. Use the remaining cake as a zingy appetiser.

 

Salt Preserved Julia Banks Lemons

Ingredients: Scott Morrison kept his farewell card message to Julia short and sweet, “Of course that’s disappointing…” Immediately after he had his assistant cancel Ms. Banks’ one-way ticket to New York.

A touch of zest within reach, preserved for prosperity.

Instructions:
1. Make two deep incisions into each lemon in the shape of a cross.
2. Stuff the incisions with copious amounts of coarse salt.
3. Once the lemons are gorged with salt, place into a mason jar firmly ramming each lemon as far down as possible so to release their citric goodness and to cram as many lemons into the jar as possible.
4. When the jar is stuffed to its maximum capacity, add the rest of the spilled salt.
5. Cover lemons with lukewarm water.
6. Seal the jar, turn it upside down and give it a few shakes.
7. Cure and use when seasoning is required.

 

Kelly O’Dwyer Bittersweet Lemon Marmalade

Ingredients: Upon O’Dywer’s resignation announcement, Cheffy Scotty stood by Kelly in solidarity and said, “I support her choice, I support all women’s choice. I want them to have more and more choices.” Scotty is a man of his word, he has provided O’Dwyer with the only choice.

The perfect recipe for giving quasi rotten lemons a new lease.

Instructions:
1. Using steel wool, scrub 1 kilo of lemons under running water. Make sure to thoroughly clean every bit of dirt off the rind.
2. Place them in a large pan, cover with cold water and bring to a fast boil.
3. Remove lemon from the pan, scoop and separate the pulp from the peels and then finely slice the peels.
4. Return lemon pulp and lemon rind into the pan, adding sugar. Bring to boil again making sure to occasionally stir so that the mixture does not stick on to the sides of the pan.
5. Place glass jars into a pre-heated oven and cook on high heat so to eliminate any contamination.
6. Once marmalade is fully cooked, skim off impurities from the top and let it cool to room temperature.
7. Ladle mixture into the sanitised hot jars and seal immediately.
8. Store in a cool, dark place.

 

Andrew Broad Deconstructed Tinder Lemon Chicken Breast Wrap

Ingredients: An unofficial Russian source anonymously reported to an undisclosed junior parliament staffer who then told an unnamed reliable ABC reporter after a couple of bourbon ‘n’ cokes and quick shag in the unisex loo at the local pub, that during a ministerial meeting Cheffy Scotty complained, “Spy conspiracies are hard. Really, really hard.”

“Sex-expression must pass into communication for its fulfillment.” Pearl Buck

 

Australia Day Nigel Scullion Bush Lemon Parfait

Ingredients: “Retirements won’t hurt us at polls.” Cheffy Scotty. (Nor will the NLC investigation.)

It’s OK to resign.

Instructions:
1. Pour 2 cups of heavy cream and 5 cups of sugar into a pan. Gently cook over the stove until sugar is fully dissolved.
2. Pour in the juice of a bush lemon and stir until mixture has thickened.
3. Pass mixture through a sieve and discard the lumpy bits.
4. Set mixture aside to continue its cooking process until it cools to room temperature.
5. To construct pudding select tall, clear glasses so that the decorative layered pattern can be showcased.
6. Place crisp biscuit crumbs on the bottom of each glass, then plop a good amount of the cooled down bush lemon parfait, followed with a generous layer of whipped cream and a sprinkle of chopped candied lemon rind. Rinse and repeat until glass is full.
7. Refrigerate. Sweet tooth satisfaction when needed.

 

Michael Keenan Neapolitan Limoncello Granita

Ingredients: You can’t fire an honest man.

Cheffy Scotty has taken the humble lemon snowball to new heights with this authentic Neapolitan textured granita. This is no smooshy, sludgy sorbet. A super icy, dry textured in a coarse shard texture and plenty of tang.

Instructions:
1. For an authentic Neapolitan experience turn on the stereo and listen to a Rossini aria whilst prepping. I recommend “Una voce poco fa’ ” since Rosina is the quintessential Mediterranean chick (if she doesn’t put you in the mood to cook up a storm I don’t know what will.)
2. Chop the top off of 4 lemons using a sharp cleaver. Scoop out pulp.
3. Juice and grate the zest of 3 lemons and place into a pan.
4. Add 2 cups of water and 6 cups of sugar and slowly bring to boil.
5. Simmer until a thick, golden bright syrup is formed. Allow to cool to room temperature.
6. Add a couple of shots of limoncello liqueur to mixture and stir.
7. Freeze overnight.
8. Shave sorbet with a large sharp knife making sure to use long gliding motion. Freeze overnight.
9. The perfect invigorating palette cleanser between rich, complex courses. Best served on a cold plate.

 

ScoMo Lemon Meringue Losing Face Pie

As grateful as I was for having been given this flavourful exclusive, Cheffy Scotty resisted my request to his “ScoMo Lemon Meringue Losing Face Pie”. He did, however, share a sneak peek salivary gland-pinching picture and the Liberals’ 2019 campaign slogan. Recipes will be released in full in August. I can’t wait!

Cheffy Scotty Lemon Meringue Losing Face Pie
The to be released LNP 2019 winning campaign slogan

For those of you who sway even further to the left, rest assured that Bill Shorten will not be outdone and is busy at work fertilising freshly planted lemon groves. Bill 2.0’s recipes will be slow-released in the coming months. Yummy, yummy.

Bill 2.0 fertilising his lemon grove.

And if you thought that Cheffy Scotty bears ill-will towards Bill 2.0’s cultural appropriation, think again! Since ScoMo and the Liberals live by the lemon slogan, they offer nothing but cooperation, comradery and undisclosed deals with the ALP.

Best of luck, guys. Australian voters are anxiously awaiting to experience these delights in the coming months. We can’t wait for August!

 

Annabelle @ The Art of Flag-waving

WDPRM #2: A mole by the name of business man

The “What Do Politicians Really Mean,” WDPRM for short, is a quick interactive news translation for vote-newbies.

Today’s big news story :

“Domestic spy agency ASIO, which scrutinised the citizenship request, previously warned the Liberal, Labor and National parties about taking cash from Mr Huang Xiangmo, fearing he could try to advance Beijing’s interests.”

“The Government has always acted consistent with the advice that we’ve received and that’s what has happened on this occasion,” he [Scott Morrison] said.

Mr Morrison highlighted laws banning foreign donations that came into force on January 1.” ABC News 06.02.2019

Translation: The Liberals, Nationals and Labor both know how to play the game, beween the three of us we accepted $1 million dollars of official donations from this Chinese mole (unofficial donations are another matter). When ASIO gave us the heads-up that Huang Xiangmo’s citizenship will be stripped for espionage, we quickly implemented a fake law to cover our fat arses. Win/win.

“He said previous political donations had been accepted “in good faith”, based on information known at the time, suggesting the Liberal Party would not return any of Mr Huang’s contributions.” ABC News 06.02.2019

Translation: Meh, there are plenty of fish which swim in our oceans. And do you  really think that Asio’s recommendation was just a recommendation?   Wink.

 

Snapshot of well networked politicians and Mr Huang Xiangmo who refused to comment and/or the Fake Media refused to request a comment:

“I prefer Manolo Blahnik to Jimmy Choo.”

 

“Lucy Turnbull is my administrator.”

 

“I’m loving that red tie.”

 

“I have an honest face.”

 

“You look like my wife.”

 

Trend setters.

 

Annabelle @ The Art of Flag-waving