Difficult people

Abalinx 25 January 2018 Peter Adamis

During my life time I have worked with weasels, worms, and drongos. All who thought that because they had a degree they knew all about training?  Well when my mate who was the CEO at the time asked me to train three blokes. I did so and brought them up to a reasonable scratch. Now I am not talking about my time in the military but my time outside the umbrella of the Australian defence Force.    A place where all of your military training, skills and knowledge are not considered essential or worthwhile and thus one is forced to work with the likes of weasels, worms, wankers and drongos. 

Today after some 18 years, one has since passed away, another has gone off and done well with an educational organisation and the arrogant little weasel whose uncle ran the show is still running around in a welfare programme. This little weasel has still much to learn and sooner or later he will get his just deserts. I am a great believer in doing the right thing by other and hate those evil and insidious weasels who burrow deep underground and undermine the foundations of upright citizens who have contributed to the Australian way of life.

As you can see I cannot stand sycophants, communists, socialists, left wingers, drongos, anarchists and those working against our Australian way of life. I guess that is why I became a member of the Liberal Party in Victoria. A party that mirrors the values I hold so dear to me, freedom of expression, a competitive economy, a strong deterrent defence force, family values, free enterprise and a vibrant free society. 

As for this bloke in question, his origins were from the Middle East (not a Muslim and I am not a racist) and came here because he could not live there. Well he has certainly made a niche for himself by working for the church and dobbing other Aussie Greeks and spreading malicious gossip about them. He is also a known key board warrior who puts on his armour of the quill pen and fortified with blank ink attempts to smear his fellow man.

What a gutless wonder this bloke is. But then again there are many like him embedded within our Australian society all monitoring and dobbing one another in. My message to blokes leaving the Defence Force is: “Fellas, prepare yourself for a life outside that does not have the safe guards. Ethics, morals and respect you have been used in the Defence Force. Try and put matters into perspective and don’t spit the dummy at a time when others do not understand. Stress is difficult as it is and it is no using adding negative baggage onto your portfolio”.

I love the Australian slang as it is a powerful weapon to use when in difficult or embarrassing situations and can be useful in bringing about at end or a reduction to potential conflicts.  Those who use Aussie slang should also remember your audience and choose it well for it may come back to bite you even though you mean no harm.   Any way that’s my bitch for the day. It’s time to fumigate the weasels from their burrows.    It is important to note that only three blokes know his identity. The bloke himself, the CEO at the time and me.

Peter Adamis is a Journalist/Social Media Commentator and writer. A retired Australian military serviceman and an Industry organisational & Occupational (OHS) & Training Consultant whose interests are within the parameters of domestic and international political spectrum.  An avid blogger and contributes to domestic and international community news media outlets as well as to local and Ethnic News.  He holds a Bachelor   of Adult Learning & Development (Monash), Grad Dip Occupational Health & Safety, (Monash), and Dip. Training & Assessment, Dip Public Administration, and Dip Frontline Management. Website: abalinx.com Contact via Email: [email protected] 

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