Goldwatch (4)

I will begin today, and from time to time augment, a column called Propaganda Studies (1), accessible on Ellis Gold. It will deal, first, with the useful Pyne phrase ‘spending spree’, which implies, somehow, that no Australian sees hide nor hair of that squandered money again. The exact opposite is true, of course. It only goes to them.

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