I ask the member for Ashfield to withdraw the remark he directed towards members of the Government, describing them as “paedophile followers”. Mr FREUDENSTEIN: The Opposition will oppose lotto on the grounds that the Treasurer and the Minister for Sport and Recreation and Minister for Tourism has sold out the sporting people of this State and taken money away from them. The retort to Scot Mac Donald’s assumption could not be put better than by Bob Brown, who wrote on this very issue some months ago, under the apt title “It’s coalminers, not Moylan, who are costing us the Earth”. Mr HULLS: We are not just talking about some pissant motion or slight impropriety; we are talking about a contempt of Parliament that Westminster convention makes it clear ought result in the Premier going. It is important to debate this motion because we have to ascertain as a community whether the Premier has used his public office— Mr Leigh: On a point of order, Mr Deputy Speaker, there is a certain decorum we abide by in this place when we attack each other. But it also involves local government and we have to face—and racing has to face—the greatest challenge yet in the next— Mrs Jackson: It is bullshit. Mr Field: I think you ought to ask him to withdraw it. am anxious that it should be recorded in Hansard, as should the condition of the minister when he says it. Madam President, with all due respect to your ruling, I think it actually makes a joke of the proceedings of the Senate that we cannot maturely debate this issue when the word was the title of a movie that had been banned by a statutory organisation created by this parliament. During my remarks in the debate earlier today, I did refer to the fact that, if you do ban this word in a debate that has some interest in the community, it is a bit like the view George Orwell put in his great book 1984: the best way to censor views is to abolish the words so no-one can use them— remove them from the dictionary, remove them from common usage. The ignorance that has been shown by the 2 frontbenchers opposite is absolutely appalling. I challenge any of the frontbenchers opposite to point to a level of expenditure by the Northern Territory government, on a per capita basis, that is not at least 4 times greater than the average state expenditure in terms of education, roads. Mr Chairman, that man over there has the brains of a cabbage. Mr Whelan: I can quote what was said by His Honour at pages 29 and 30. What the Attorney General did not say is that the prosecution will not be heard until mid-1993, so all you paedophile followers over there— [Interruption] Mr SPEAKER: Order! I warn him that if he interjects again while the Chair is on its feet, he will leave the Chamber. Until recently that had not been done but that is precisely what we are doing now and we are receiving a great deal of cooperation from all sporting bodies. Senator SCHACHT: Senator Cook said ‘rather precious’. (The lack of quotes from certain states is more an indication of hard-to-search Mr Bailey: You two-faced, double-standard, little fat arrogant twit. Perhaps this verbal freedom is now an almost-won concession; but it is still a confused and insecure one. Mr Perton: To use language like ‘Get off your fat arse’ to a minister at the table with the public in the gallery is totally inappropriate. I ask the Acting Speaker to call the honourable member for Thomastown to order, direct him not to use that language and to withdraw it. The honourable member for Thomastown has used that language, and I ask him to withdraw it. Mr HARTCHER: You are going to take a point of order on that, when the words used by the Premier every day in question time are a total distortion of everything? Mr HARTCHER: I withdraw the term “harlot” and I say “political prostitute”. Has the minister sent messages indirectly to the students to the effect that if they do not keep quiet they will receive nothing?
Mr Sheahan: You’re a real little bitch, I tell you. Mr MANZIE: Mr Chairman, I was not going to become involved in this debate but the ignorance displayed by members opposite is such that one cannot help but become involved. The minister will withdraw his unparliamentary remark. I call the honourable member for Coogee to order for the second time. Mr Moore: Mr Speaker, just to ease Mr Hargreaves’ mind, I will withdraw my reference to Mr Hargreaves as a wanker. In response to these criticisms the government has done what they are calling a technical review of the legislation, which has resulted in this bill. MS TUCKER: The bill reorganises the law—what did you say? I believe it is the right term for what the Chief Minister said.
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