“Michael Danby, federal member for Melbourne Ports, had a brainwave of sorts three years ago; he sent his constituents fridge-magnet calendars, highlighting public and religious holidays as well as school terms. Trouble was, he listed April 24 as Anzac Day. This year he got Anzac Day correct, but the good news ends there. He apparently still doesn’t know what day of the week it is. Danby shaded in the NSW school holidays – of little use to local Victorians who include Simon Crean and Greg Combet. Labour Day is shaded in as being on March 20 – it’s the 13th. He has listed most of the Christian and Jewish holidays, but only one Greek, and not a mention of any Buddhist, Hindu or Muslim significant dates. Oh yes, and there were a couple of misplaced suburbs in the map of the electorate. But the sin to end all sins was Danby’s omission to register the biggest religious/public holiday of all – the Melbourne Cup on November 7.”
Memo to Danby: spend less time on fighting the Zionist cause and more energy on actually providing useful information for your electorate.