Chaser projects Alan Jones’ ad and phone number onto Sydney Opera House

Tabitha Dunn
October 10, 2018

When the Opera House sails were finally illuminated after days of national backlash, the crowds of protesters began booing and sending up helium balloons. "But if they're going to, they may as well give Victoria a plug".

This goes way beyond just the Opera House, according to Aly, because it happens all the time.

Perhaps the most provocative image used by Andrews to fuel the so-called "rivalry" between the cities was the Victorian state government logo - in Labor Party red - superimposed onto the sails.

This morning on his radio show that targets "most people to die of natural causes in the next 12 months" (nice one SBS) Jones non-apologised to Ms Herron for his vile spew.

Thousands of protesters gathered outside the Sydney Opera House to protest The Everest horse race advertisement on Tuesday night.

"The specific exemption for the Opera House says you can't do it if it's commercial", Mr Quint said.

Racing New South Wales pitched the idea to promote the upcoming world's richest turf race, the TAB Everest.

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It falls in the middle of Melbourne's marquee Spring Racing Carnival, a strategic move by Racing NSW who have ambitions to drag money and attention from Victoria.

The decision to conduct the draw in private on Tuesday morning, hours earlier than expected, was made by the thoroughbred racing industry body to "circumvent any security risks".

Despite the numbers of beams coming from the ground, the strength of the imaging shone through.

With 2GB breakfast host Alan Jones at the centre of the storm - for stridently advocating for the use of the Opera House to promote the Everest Horse Race and calling upon its CEO Louise Herron to be sacked - Goa has produced boards offering him free use of its "real billboards".

Racing NSW chief executive Peter V'landys claimed he and other staff members had received death threats.

Meantime, Jones still got his way, the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is still Jones' puppet and Louise Herron is now a role-model to all Australians for standing up to this politically motivated fuckwits.

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