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The shock jocks are out in force already in steely determined to desecrate the memory of arguably one of Australia’s most important PMs.
Love, loathe or be indifferent to him, we’ll never have another Gough and for that I’m sad.
It is disheartening but not unexpected to hear the likes of Alan Jones use the opportunity to conveniently neglect the concept of respect of human life to politicise his passing, although I’m sure it’s in argued in the nature of ‘balance’.
It is challenging at these times to see the good in persons such as AJ, although we all have good and bad in us.
Nick Mills, Eureka

 


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