Month: May 2016

What If Series -1

Abalinx 7 May 2016 Peter Adamis This is the first of a series of satirical articles aimed at bursting the myths that have grown out of proportion surrounding the Australian political scene. It is not aimed at any political party, individual or organisation but merely to shed light on a region of political darkness that…

Never kick a bloke when he is down – It is un-Australian

Painting courtesy Ben Quilty.   ABALINX 6 May 2016 Peter Adamis Late last night, I happened to find myself meandering at the rear of my garden listening to the sounds of night. I walked up to the garden balcony to look over the hedges into the adjoining public reserve and heard a cry of distress. A…

Budget 2016 – A societal re-engineering

Abalinx Peter Adamis 4 May 2016 If the people of Australia needed a saviour then Scott Morrison has emerged as that saviour giving hope to the nation as a whole. Whether he comes as St George slaying the mighty Fiscal dragon is a matter of conjecture and for his demon opponents to counter. Whatever the…

Aussie Greek Easter at (Pellana) Watsonia – Melbourne

Abalinx Peter Adamis 1 May 2016 United Nations congregation.     Aussie Greek Easter 2016 at the Adamis household is a gathering of United Nations. The blood lines that flow through the veins of the family members are Australian, English, Greek, Irish, and Korean all of which now flow through the youngest member of the family, little…

Thunderstorms of biblical proportions in Melbourne

Abalinx Peter Adamis 1 May 2016 Those of the Orthodox faith are currently celebrating the traditional Easter in accordance with the calendar of a bygone era and that it differs slightly with the Catholic and protestant dates of Easter. If one live during the period of Christ’s crucifixion and experienced lasts nights thunderstorms; they can…