been a lot of talk about our Australian flag. One mob is itching to get
rid of it, the other mob wants to cling on, at all costs.
not rush in. Before we can even consider a flag-changing programme, we
must first address an issue that has huge ramifications for the mental
health of our citizenry.
noticed that some people in Australia have a flagpole in their yard?
you noticed what are they flying on this flagpole?
with the stars and the Union Jack!!!
famous American professor said when he was investigating puzzling
phenomena “Why is that so?”
people fly the Australian flag in Australia?
conclusion I can come to is this: they don’t know they’re in Australia.
They think they’re in a foreign land and are claiming a small patch of
an alien shore for God, Queen and Country.
thought about it from all angles and that’s all I can come up with. They
are suffering from amnesia. They believe everything outside their own
patch of dirt is foreign. I link the problem with the increasing
pressure for an “R”, such a move has obviously created an historical
fugue* in some citizens.
simply don't know where they are.
deeply concerned: This delusion will spread with a change from the old
flag to the new and trigger off a psychic pandemic. I’m also worried
that the milder ones will tip over the edge and that the more extreme
will go completely gaga — they’ll develop agoraphobia and put moats
around their houses and mount guard with a musket at the ready to ward
off attempts to make them change to some newfangled “R- - - - - - - can”
carefully, we don’t want more people to develop historical fugues. We
must counsel all the citizenry at risk. We must do a house to house
pamphlet drop, erect huge billboards on the main highways, giant TV
screens at shopping centres, anything that will assure these poor
creatures, who live on an altogether different planet: “This is
Australia Mate and you are living in it.”
Fugue is a technical term for the loss of memory. ]