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Vote Reason Catherine Deveny for Brunswick Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019 Delighted to announce I’m the Brunswick candidate for Fiona Patten’s Reason Australia Party in the Victorian Election 2018. Not left, not right but forward.
Catherine Deveny. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Catherine Deveny (born 1968) is an Australian comedy writer and stand-up comedian who was a regular columnist for The Age newspaper from 2001 to 2010. As well as comedy venues, she has performed on Australian television and radio programs.
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Catherine Deveny, Melbourne, VIC. 29K likes. Gunnas Writing Masterclass creator, The Happiness Show author, Curvy Crumpet, Pushy Woman, Trollhunter,...
Catherine Deveny Writer, comedian, author and Gunnas Writing Masterclass founder. Brunswick candidate for Fiona Patten’s Reason Party in the Victorian Election 2018 ...
Catherine Deveny’s Anzac Day attack is not just stupid, it's profoundly wrong. THERE is something particularly ghoulish about using Anzac Day to attack the legacy of fallen soldiers. It’s a bit like gatecrashing the funeral of a stranger and trying to seize the microphone during the eulogy.
WANNABE-COMEDIAN Catherine Deveny has hurled a shocking insult at Australian troops, talking down their bravery and saying their role is no more dangerous than other jobs.
SIGN UP TO PEDESTRIAN DAILY. — Catherine Deveny (@CatherineDeveny) April 24, 2018 One of the thing that ANZAC day brings up is the hilarious notion that Australians have fought for our right to free speech. Australians do not have the right to free speech. Australians who have worked in the violence industry have fought wars to suck up to the US and British.
Controversial comedian Catherine Deveny has claimed war veterans didn't serve Australia and were 'ignorant and uneducated'.
Comedian Catherine Deveny slammed over Anzac Day tweets. A MELBOURNE comedian and feminist who labelled Anzac Day “bogan Halloween” claims she has received rape threats.