The Morrison Government is currently drafting legislation for a plebiscite to be held later this year which will allow Australians to vote on which former Prime Ministers will be carved into Uluru, as an homage to the United States’ Mount Rushmore.
”What an opportunity for the people of Australia to choose their favourite Prime Ministers to be carved into the side of Uluru,” said the Prime Minister Scotty From Marketing. ”I dare say it will be tough for them to limit their choices to just four!”
”I mean, you have John Howard, Menzies, Billie McMahon, Harold Holt, and you never know – maybe someone a bit more current, like, oh, I don’t know, your old mate ScoMo?!”
When asked why in pandemic times was the Government focusing on desecrating a sacred site to create a monument to former Prime Ministers, Scott Morrison said: ”This is a chance for my Government to give Australia’s artists some work. We’ll definitely need a lot of sculptors to get this done.”
”Also, it will give the Northern Territory a much needed boost in tourism. If John Howard is voted in as one of the faces, think of all the grey nomads who will flock to the rock to pay tribute to to the Godfather of franking credits!”
”Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to do a bit of sculpting of my own at Engadine Maccas.”
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