When Alan Jones disagrees with women, he fantasises about how he might like to shut them up.
Whether by disposing of their body in a “chaff bag”, or hanging them in the streets of Sydney, or suffocating them with a sock – it doesn’t really matter for Jones. Just as long as they disappear.
The “sock shoved down her throat” idea is his latest, especially reserved for New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern who is trying to address the greatest human and environmental threat of our time – climate change.
Israel Folau speaks to Alan Jones on Sky News. Post continues below.
Jones, of course, doesn’t have to believe in climate change. He can yell from the safety of his padded radio studio that it’s all a myth, while Ardern stands on the island of Tuvalu that is quite literally sinking and says, with the backing of the discipline of science, that indeed our planet only has a good decade or so left.
The 78-year-old has built an entire career on the ‘art’ of disagreement. That’s his job.
But what his listeners don’t seem to realise, is that Jones is entirely incapable of disagreeing with women.
He doesn’t quite know what to do them. He’s quick to dismiss a man as an “idiot” or a “fool”. But with women, the question becomes: Hang on, why is she even speaking in the first place?