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  1. #1
    Alan Parkington
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    From
    http://www.nowwearetalking.com.au/bl...to-fool-others



    This week Telstra joined several other companies in withdrawing advertising
    from Channel 9's AFL Footy Show in response to comments made by host Sam
    Newman that were inappropriate, demeaning and offensive to women. Sam has
    apparently been taken off the show and sent away for counselling on what
    constitutes good professional behaviour in 2008.

    Telstra's stand on this issue reminds me how much the company has changed
    under the leadership of CEO Sol Trujillo. Today the company is more
    principled in its decisions. Many of us were proud to learn that soon after
    Sol was appointed he instigated a review of all Telstra's policies to
    completely remove any clauses that were in any way discriminatory.

    The culture of the new Telstra represents a significant change from the days
    when we were an arm of government. Governments, by nature, are not always
    honourable, or principled in their decisions. Politics is, after all, a
    murky game at times.

    From what I've heard from people who've worked at SingTel Optus, rotten,
    despicable culture is still at the core of that company. It is an arm of the
    Singapore government, one of the most hideous totalitarian regimes in Asia.

    This week the SingTel-backed anti-Telstra cartel launched a despicable scare
    campaign in Canberra, claiming consumers would pay more if Telstra upgraded
    its network to provide faster broadband. It was a dishonest propaganda
    exercise given that Telstra doesn't even know at this stage what its pricing
    would be. One thing we certainly do know for certain is that prices would be
    much higher under the SingTel plan to break up Telstra, which would
    eliminate the efficiencies consumers now enjoy from an integrated company.

    The Optus CEO Paul O'Sullivan stayed away from the Canberra media stunt,
    but, by sheer co-incidence, delivered a speech at a Sydney university at the
    same time to maximise publicity.

    SingTel Optus funds the lobby groups responsible for this and many other
    duplicitous anti-Telstra campaigns. The same lobby groups have been
    attacking the Government's FTTN process. SingTel obviously thinks we
    Australians, including Communications Minister Stephen Conroy are too daft
    to realise the connection.

    SingTel has good reason to come to this conclusion given the willingness of
    some Australian companies to get in bed with them. Lee Kuan Yew, the
    'father' of the Singapore family dynasty that controls SingTel and the tiny
    island state once famously remarked about how stupid Australians were.
    Sadly, in some cases it would appear he was right.

    It is understandable that SingTel would want to mount a campaign to expand
    its wealth and see Australia go backwards, but it's disgraceful that
    quisling companies such as Internode and iiNet are also prepared to sabotage
    a project that is in the nation's best interests.

    I wonder if Paul O'Sullivan thinks that by funding front groups to lie,
    deceive and generally disregard the government's controversial "gag" order,
    Optus can somehow stay clean and pretend it has absolutely nothing to do
    with it?

    I'm sorry Mr O'Sullivan, not all of us are fools. I think its time you
    sought some advice on what's appropriate professional behaviour and what's
    not. Apparently Channel 9 can help with the phone number of a good
    counsellor.




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  2. #2
    Polly the Parrot
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    Re: Optus the fool as it tries to fool others

    On Mon, 09 Jun 2008 09:56:09 GMT "Alan Parkington"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Telstra's stand on this issue reminds me how much the company has
    > changed under the leadership of CEO Sol Trujillo.


    Yes, for the worse.



  3. #3
    Rod Speed
    Guest

    Re: Optus the fool as it tries to fool others

    Alan Poxington <[email protected]> wrote:

    > From
    > http://www.nowwearetalking.com.au/bl...to-fool-others


    Wota stunningly impeccible source...

    > This week Telstra joined several other companies in withdrawing advertising from Channel 9's AFL Footy Show in
    > response to comments made by host Sam Newman that were inappropriate, demeaning and offensive to women.


    Wota packa wankers...

    > Sam has apparently been taken off the show and sent away for counselling on what constitutes good professional
    > behaviour in 2008.


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed wanker fantasyland.

    > Telstra's stand on this issue reminds me how much the company has changed under the leadership of CEO Sol Trujillo.


    Yeah, that spivy little wog wanker and its hippo arse licker has
    ****ed relations with the govt very comprehensively indeed.

    > Today the company is more principled in its decisions.


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed wanker fantasyland.

    > Many of us were proud to learn that soon after Sol was appointed he instigated a review of all Telstra's policies to
    > completely remove any clauses that were in any way discriminatory.


    Only in your pathetic little drug crazed wanker fantasyland.

    > The culture of the new Telstra represents a significant change from the days when we were an arm of government.


    That happened LONG before that spivy little wog ever showed up, ****wit.

    > Governments, by nature, are not always honourable, or principled in their decisions.


    Thats true in spades of spivy little wogs and their hippo arse lickers, ****wit.

    > Politics is, after all, a murky game at times.


    Thats true in spades of spivy little wogs and their hippo arse lickers, ****wit.

    > From what I've heard from people who've worked at SingTel Optus,
    > rotten, despicable culture is still at the core of that company.


    Corse that wouldnt be you not being honourable or principled, eh ?

    > It is an arm of the Singapore government, one of the most hideous totalitarian regimes in Asia.


    Corse that wouldnt be you not being honourable or principled, eh ?

    > This week the SingTel-backed anti-Telstra cartel


    You clearly wouldnt know what a real cartel was if on bit you on your lard arse, child.

    > launched a despicable scare campaign in Canberra,


    Corse you arseholes would never ever do anything like that yourselves, eh ?

    > claiming consumers would pay more if Telstra upgraded its network to provide faster broadband.


    Corse they would. Someone's gunna have to pay more if telstra is gunna
    pay part of the cost of that, and they demand the return that hippo arselicker
    proclaimed that Telsta must see before they will spend a cent, ****wit.

    > It was a dishonest propaganda exercise


    Corse you arseholes would never ever do anything like that yourselves, eh ?

    > given that Telstra doesn't even know at this stage what its pricing would be.


    How odd that Telstra has proclaimed on what it will cost, ****wit.

    > One thing we certainly do know for certain is that prices would be much higher under the SingTel plan to break up
    > Telstra,


    Lying, as always.

    > which would eliminate the efficiencies consumers now enjoy from an integrated company.


    Lying, as always.

    > The Optus CEO Paul O'Sullivan stayed away from the Canberra media stunt, but, by sheer co-incidence, delivered a
    > speech at a Sydney university at the same time to maximise publicity.


    Corse you arseholes would never ever do anything like that yourselves, eh ?

    > SingTel Optus funds the lobby groups responsible for this and many other duplicitous anti-Telstra campaigns.


    Corse you arseholes would never ever do anything like that yourselves, eh ?

    > The same lobby groups have been attacking the Government's FTTN process.


    Corse you arseholes would never ever do anything like that yourselves, eh ?

    > SingTel obviously thinks we Australians,


    Wot abart that arsehole yank whose arse you were licking at that top ?

    > including Communications Minister Stephen
    > Conroy are too daft to realise the connection.


    Your lies in spades.

    > SingTel has good reason to come to this conclusion given the
    > willingness of some Australian companies to get in bed with them.


    > Lee Kuan Yew, the 'father' of the Singapore family dynasty that controls SingTel and the tiny island state once
    > famously remarked about how stupid Australians were.


    Corse the hippo arse licker has never ever done anything like that, eh ?

    > Sadly, in some cases it would appear he was right.


    Great way to get a govt contract, ****wit.

    > It is understandable that SingTel would want to mount a campaign to expand its wealth and see Australia go backwards,


    Corse you arseholes would never ever do anything like that yourselves, eh ?

    > but it's disgraceful that quisling companies such as Internode and iiNet are
    > also prepared to sabotage a project that is in the nation's best interests.


    Nope, just Telstra's.

    > I wonder if Paul O'Sullivan thinks that by funding front groups to lie, deceive and generally disregard the
    > government's controversial "gag" order,


    No such animal.

    > Optus can somehow stay clean and pretend it has absolutely nothing to do with it?


    Corse you arseholes would never ever do anything like that yourselves, eh ?

    > I'm sorry Mr O'Sullivan, not all of us are fools.


    You certainly are if you seriously think that anyone will buy your mindless bull****.

    > I think


    Obvious lie.

    > its time you sought some advice on what's appropriate professional behaviour and what's not.


    You in spades, ****wit.

    > Apparently Channel 9 can help with the phone number of a good counsellor.


    Wouldnt be any use for pathological liars like you arseholes.





  4. #4
    Horry
    Guest

    Re: Optus the fool as it tries to fool others

    On Mon, 09 Jun 2008 19:59:05 +1000, Polly the Parrot wrote:

    > On Mon, 09 Jun 2008 09:56:09 GMT "Alan Parkington"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Telstra's stand on this issue reminds me how much the company has
    >> changed under the leadership of CEO Sol Trujillo.

    >
    > Yes, for the worse.


    How so? There's been a marked increase in political activity by Telstra
    (the value of which depends on your point of view), but I haven't noticed
    Telstra's products/services becoming more expensive, or less reliable.

    Then again, I don't use any of Telstra's products or services (even
    resold ones -- I generate interconnect fee revenue for Telstra when I call
    its customers, and that's it).





  5. #5
    thegoons
    Guest

    Re: Optus the fool as it tries to fool others


    "Alan Parkington" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]

    >Many of us were proud to learn that soon after Sol was appointed he
    >instigated a review of all Telstra's policies to completely remove any
    >clauses that were in any way discriminatory.


    Pity that was a legal requirement ****wit.

    >
    > The culture of the new Telstra represents a significant change from the
    > days when we were an arm of government.


    Yep, totally ****ed now and lacks any sense of real public service.

    >Governments, by nature, are not always honourable, or principled in their
    >decisions. Politics is, after all, a murky game at times.
    >
    > From what I've heard from people who've worked at SingTel Optus, rotten,
    > despicable culture is still at the core of that company. It is an arm of
    > the Singapore government, one of the most hideous totalitarian regimes in
    > Asia.
    >


    Keep dreaming asslicker.

    > This week the SingTel-backed anti-Telstra cartel launched a despicable
    > scare campaign in Canberra, claiming consumers would pay more if Telstra
    > upgraded its network to provide faster broadband. It was a dishonest
    > propaganda exercise given that Telstra doesn't even know at this stage
    > what its pricing would be.


    Telstra has always been dearer.

    >One thing we certainly do know for certain is that prices would be much
    >higher under the SingTel plan to break up Telstra, which would eliminate
    >the efficiencies consumers now enjoy from an integrated company.
    >
    > The Optus CEO Paul O'Sullivan stayed away from the Canberra media stunt,
    > but, by sheer co-incidence, delivered a speech at a Sydney university at
    > the same time to maximise publicity.
    >
    > SingTel Optus funds the lobby groups responsible for this and many other
    > duplicitous anti-Telstra campaigns. The same lobby groups have been
    > attacking the Government's FTTN process. SingTel obviously thinks we
    > Australians, including Communications Minister Stephen Conroy are too daft
    > to realise the connection.
    >
    > SingTel has good reason to come to this conclusion given the willingness
    > of some Australian companies to get in bed with them. Lee Kuan Yew, the
    > 'father' of the Singapore family dynasty that controls SingTel and the
    > tiny island state once famously remarked about how stupid Australians
    > were. Sadly, in some cases it would appear he was right.
    >
    > It is understandable that SingTel would want to mount a campaign to expand
    > its wealth and see Australia go backwards, but it's disgraceful that
    > quisling companies such as Internode and iiNet are also prepared to
    > sabotage a project that is in the nation's best interests.
    >
    > I wonder if Paul O'Sullivan thinks that by funding front groups to lie,
    > deceive and generally disregard the government's controversial "gag"
    > order, Optus can somehow stay clean and pretend it has absolutely nothing
    > to do with it?
    >
    > I'm sorry Mr O'Sullivan, not all of us are fools. I think its time you
    > sought some advice on what's appropriate professional behaviour and what's
    > not. Apparently Channel 9 can help with the phone number of a good
    > counsellor.
    >



    ** Posted from http://www.teranews.com **



  6. #6
    James Bell
    Guest

    Re: Optus the fool as it tries to fool others

    If you didn't waste your own time copy pasting NWAT crap here, nobody
    would even be aware of, nor read, such content otherwise... Even then
    it's probably only Rod, who just rips it to **** anyway.

    Abysmal failure that site is, much like your life, ****wit.

    Alan Parkington wrote:
    > From
    > http://www.nowwea.........
    >
    >
    >




  7. #7
    Michael
    Guest

    Re: Optus the fool as it tries to fool others

    >> but I haven't noticed Telstra's products/services becoming more
    >> expensive,

    >
    > You need to get out more. Thats precisely what happend
    > when that spivy little arsehole replaced the cdma system
    > with NextG, most obviously with the cheapest plans available.


    ???

    The same $10 casual plan that was available on CDMA is available on NextG.

    You need to get out more





  8. #8
    Rod Speed
    Guest

    Re: Optus the fool as it tries to fool others

    Michael <[email protected]> wrote:

    >>> but I haven't noticed Telstra's products/services becoming more expensive,


    >> You need to get out more. Thats precisely what happend
    >> when that spivy little arsehole replaced the cdma system
    >> with NextG, most obviously with the cheapest plans available.


    > ???


    Your keyboard has sticking keys, you stupid dunny cleaning ****wit child.

    > The same $10 casual plan that was available on CDMA is available on NextG.


    Pathetic.

    > You need to get out more


    You need to shove your head back down the dunny where it belongs.





  9. #9
    Michael
    Guest

    Re: Optus the fool as it tries to fool others


    "Rod Speed" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Michael <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>>> but I haven't noticed Telstra's products/services becoming more
    >>>> expensive,

    >
    >>> You need to get out more. Thats precisely what happend
    >>> when that spivy little arsehole replaced the cdma system
    >>> with NextG, most obviously with the cheapest plans available.

    >
    >> ???

    >
    > Your keyboard has sticking keys, you stupid dunny cleaning ****wit child.
    >
    >> The same $10 casual plan that was available on CDMA is available on
    >> NextG.

    >
    > Pathetic.


    Thanks for confirming that you didnt know the same $10 casual plan was
    available on NextG as well as CDMA





  10. #10
    Rod Speed
    Guest

    Re: Optus the fool as it tries to fool others

    Michael <[email protected]> wrote
    > Rod Speed <[email protected]> wrote
    >> Michael <[email protected]> wrote


    >>>>> but I haven't noticed Telstra's products/services becoming more expensive,


    >>>> You need to get out more. Thats precisely what happend
    >>>> when that spivy little arsehole replaced the cdma system
    >>>> with NextG, most obviously with the cheapest plans available.


    >>> ???


    >> Your keyboard has sticking keys, you stupid dunny cleaning ****wit child.


    >>> The same $10 casual plan that was available on CDMA is available on NextG.


    >> Pathetic.


    > Thanks for confirming that you didnt know the same $10 casual plan was available on NextG as well as CDMA


    Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys, you stupid dunny cleaning ****wit child.





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