Let us begin with Tim Blair in a post he titles, Finest intro ever written:
Daily Telegraph colleague Miranda Devine makes several strong points in her latest terrific column. Let’s take a detailed look, starting from the top:
Race Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane’s term expires in August …
Actually, although there are no doubt many strong points, I wasn’t able to read anything beyond that opening line due to tequila shots.
So following from Tim and Miranda, let me take you to Frank Chung: For $340,000 a year, we deserve better than Race Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane which has as its subhead:
AUSTRALIA’S race discrimination commissioner has lamented the “dismal” fact that there are too many white people in top positions.
I will leave you with Frank’s last two paras:
There may be many reasons for the lack of one-to-one population representation at the very highest levels of business and politics — but for the Race Discrimination Commissioner, when you’re a hammer, everything looks like a nail.
For someone who is paid $340,000 a year to come up with this dross, it’s not surprising the concept of meritocracy is a foreign one. Or is that being racist?