Janus Brotherhood

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Abalinx 26 February 2020 Peter Adamis

Deep in the wilds of Melbourne suburbia lurk members of the Janus Brotherhood. A political clan of like minded individuals that wish to unravel the threads of society as we know it and change the fabric that binds us. Most of them are said to be on the Dark Side of Politics masquerading as pseudo Liberals and wannabe politicians.

Who are these sycophants is a question on everybody’s lips at the moment. Some believe that they have seen them loitering around 60 Collins Street in Melbourne, others are found in the Western region and in suburbs North of Melbourne. In fact a few have been seen like dingos wandering Victorian country towns feeding on offal found in the rubbish dumps. A copy of the article may be downloaded by clicking on: Janus Brotherhood Invitation

Those that reside in the suburbs surrounding the Melbourne Business District are considered vermin as a result of their unsavoury and insidious outlook on life.  A number of highly placed individuals believe that these recalcitrant vermin have similar characterises and behaviour akin to cockroaches, sewer rats, weasels, mosquitoes, slugs and slime.  In fact the other day when I was walking the dog, I thought I saw a couple of Janus Brotherhood members acting in a suspicious manner. These two Janus like undesirables looked away when they found that they were being monitored.   I wondered what were they doing so far from their den of iniquity.  One I recognised from the West and the other from the North.

I did not think much of them at the time and felt that it was a coincidence that two Janus Brotherhood Clan members were loitering so close to my home. Although it struck me odd I thought nothing more about it.  However on arriving home I was greeted by not one but two postmen each delivering packages for me.  This was great I thought, now someone is going to recognise me for my writing skills and to thank me for the Abalinx ENews letters that I began writings some months ago.  I opened up the packages and I was delighted to find that yes, someone had recognised my writing skills and were sending me information what they thought on the subject. I was thoroughly delighted at such acknowledgement.

I rang a few friends of mine to see if they had received such packages in the mail and they advised me that they had not received any presents as such. I was truly honoured to find that out of the 9000 members of the Liberal party, I was the only member to receive such acknowledgement.  I was truly feeling great. Going inside, I went to my laptop to advise other mates via email of my good fortune.  Before I could send my messages, I found that I had been invited to a big party to be held in Collins Street in Melbourne on the 20 March 2020.  The invitation had been sent by the State Director of the Liberal party and asked if I would like to attend the party, free of charge.  I was so overcome with joy that I was at a loss for words. 

I rang a couple of mates and asked if they had been invited and they said that they had not received such an invitation. This was good news indeed. I was the only one to be invited to the Dark Side of Politics.  I can only assume that they are going to honour me with garlands of flowers and give me an overdue award for being a member of the Liberal party for thirty years. What an honour.  I will get to meet the President and all those wonderful people on the Administrative Committee, bless their little souls. I am looking forward to it. I hope my other friends are able to attend to enjoy the festivities.  

Peter Adamis is a Journalist/Social Media Commentator and writer. He is 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. He is 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 

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