John Oliver - Barnaby Joyce

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commandert5 - Vor 6 Stunden
Joyce Barnaby would never do such a thing.
Zeph G
Zeph G - Vor 20 Tage
I've been dating the same girl for 5 years but I feel like the second I said "family values" I'd be transformed into a skirt-chasing serial adulterer if these politicians are any indicator.
simone foster
simone foster - Vor Monat
He is the biggest wanker in the world and he the only lesbian in this world with a cock.
Benjamin T Haden
Benjamin T Haden - Vor Monat
Barnaby Joyce is undoubtably the biggest affront to Australia since Rolf Harris
Thiago Vazquez
Thiago Vazquez - Vor 2 Monate
instruction engage besides yweks roll laser rock shoulder figure verbal victim.
Mich Ellio
Mich Ellio - Vor 2 Monate
Not fair. Australians are not that ugly. Ask any blind guy. ?
Eva Moller
Eva Moller - Vor 3 Monate
Dump collect insight eccnol diamond pant cause presidency equation.
Fabzil - Vor 3 Monate
:D !
assault and battery
assault and battery - Vor 4 Monate
I'm Aussie, and the only reason anybody has ever heard of him is because his name, is Barnaby. If he was called John, or bill, or Jim, nobody would be able to tell you who he was..
Lesleigh Hart
Lesleigh Hart - Vor 4 Monate
As an Australian I support John Oliver in this :)
its gg
its gg - Vor 4 Monate
barny twat
ryang58 - Vor 4 Monate
Barnaby is an absolute embarrassment to our country. Biggest hypocrite since Ted Haggard
ConnorWaddell - Vor 4 Monate
Man late night tv has gone so down hill
GregO - Vor 4 Monate
Wow a lefty arguing against everything they stand for
aarons1980 - Vor 4 Monate
LMFAO HAHAHAHA I can see that happening too seeing that bearded man and Barnaby having a news paper fight in the front yard like 2 old aged pensioners lol
Olga Orlov
Olga Orlov - Vor 4 Monate
Most married men in western countries have girlfriends/ mistresses. Polygamy should be legal.
A P - Vor 4 Monate
The host needs his testosterone levels checked
weedblaster - Vor 4 Monate
trust the left to be cheering violence
Suzanne van der Westhuizen
Deer precious world fifteen tell trust drop walk fellow bath program.
standbywhatisay - Vor 4 Monate
Yeah real funny, not. Not even the audience laughed whole heartedly. For a young country we are a great country. Who cares what happens in personal lives of government that have no impact on our future whatsoever
rkvktmen - Vor 4 Monate
For anyone wondering just how much of an embarrassment this guy is:
-Ivan Loesch
-Ivan Loesch - Vor 4 Monate solar ray utilization!
Georgia Cash
Georgia Cash - Vor 4 Monate
Umm im 10 and humor gets me bullied
Josef Stylin
Josef Stylin - Vor 4 Monate
I never thought I'd get to see Phil Robertson's Austrailian doppelganger but there he is
Ryan Clayton
Ryan Clayton - Vor 4 Monate
70% uninhabitable because of desert and 30% because of australians XD
peixe coruja
peixe coruja - Vor 4 Monate
Australian Santa Claus kkkk
Wolf Slayer
Wolf Slayer - Vor 4 Monate
So, here we have another limey who point blank refuses to go get a proper job, bit sad, take the rest of the yank t v bitches with you on the way out and pop them all back down the anti Don sewer-pipe they crawled out of,... only from the boss sat in the seat. obviously.
Ponchott - Vor 4 Monate
At less Barnaby is banging pussy unlike Oliver who fucks guys up the poo tube
Gregory Whoee
Gregory Whoee - Vor 4 Monate
Turns out john oliver is a confirmed racist jew. Who woulda thought.
David McNicol
David McNicol - Vor 4 Monate
....however you spell it, he is still a little twatt...
David McNicol
David McNicol - Vor 4 Monate
Your are a f/ing idiot. An classic, English thwat...
Nikotas - Vor 4 Monate
I wish I could watch John Oliver cause I honestly think he's a funny guy. Shame he's such a cunt.
Maballes Aiken
Maballes Aiken - Vor 4 Monate
John Oliver looks like he screws dogs, don't thing he should be criticizing anyone
ResolveZ - Vor 4 Monate
Thanks for fucking up Australia's reputation a little more Barnaby......doesn't compare to school shootings in America though. They need to seriously ban guns or something over there.
Kaiser Etherington
Kaiser Etherington - Vor 4 Monate
I’m easily offended by you
Aliens Real
Aliens Real - Vor 4 Monate
Pyramid Pictures
Pyramid Pictures - Vor 4 Monate
John Oliver is the human equivalent to an old white dog turd. That is based on race btw jus on how i imagine he'd feel to the touch
Sarah Grace
Sarah Grace - Vor 4 Monate
Barnaby is disgusting
hhutcheo - Vor 4 Monate
Universal - Vor 4 Monate
I am an Australian and I just saw this video but yesterday he quit but he is quite silly
David Anderson
David Anderson - Vor 4 Monate
Who is this dumb flog?
David Rothero
David Rothero - Vor 4 Monate
john oliver a darling for the left,but i do not see how a loudmouthed unfunny pommie has the right to denegrate my country.being he is from britain which seems to be trying to be the islamic calphate of europe.mate australia is a beautiful place to be i do not include any politicians in that an army veteran of 27years service,i love my country,come on over john i would love to sort you out.
David Rothero
David Rothero - Vor 4 Monate
this is now becoming boring,and dont call people bitches it shows how juvenile you are by the way i do admit that australia has no thinking politicians on any side.they are all about reelection and over generous retirement funds.
Nick Dziura
Nick Dziura - Vor 4 Monate
He lives and works in the US, meaning that Britain has nothing to do with what he can and can't say. This show is filmed and broadcast from a place in the US to other places in the US by a US company.
David Rothero
David Rothero - Vor 4 Monate
no he does not,he is a pom,britain if you have checked lately have just about stopped anyone in britain from free speech.
Nick Dziura
Nick Dziura - Vor 4 Monate
Have I been to Australia? Bitch I was born here, i went to school here and im writing this from my room at uni here. You've missed the point of his show entirely, he isn't imposing his views on anyone, because we live in a free country where we can consume whatever media we want, nobody is forced to listen to John Oliver. Furthermore his show isn't motivated by politics, it's motivated by profit. Its literally designed to be an echo chamber for people who agree with him so they get a good laugh out of it and his ratings go up. he gets more cash, the network gets more cash and his audience has a good laugh. The jokes and insults aren't meant to offend the people he's insulting, they're meant to drum up support from his audience. This is literally the opposite of imposing his views, he's just echoing what his audience will agree with in a humorous way. The point of bringing up Joyce was that his audience isn't Australian, but the right wing anti-marriage equality MP cheating on his wife was a display of irony that they could relate to their own politics.
David Rothero
David Rothero - Vor 4 Monate
the difference is that he has a captive audience and is payed by the msm to direct his type of humour and nastiness at those who have no voice.has he even been to australia,have you been we are not perfect but we are one of the true democratic nations in the world and we have gun control.
Badness Bob
Badness Bob - Vor 4 Monate
Joyce is a filthy piece of shit and should be hung from a tree by the neck until dead. Lying, thieving cunt needs terminating.
Confused Comedian
Confused Comedian - Vor 4 Monate
This guy is a fucking dickhead
Floppy Disc
Floppy Disc - Vor 4 Monate
Why is this trending only with 400k views?
henry000 7
henry000 7 - Vor 4 Monate
Jared Isaako trending is more about getting a lot of views in a short amount of time
DEvideo's A.I must be a politically correct SJW
Saphy Molly
Saphy Molly - Vor 4 Monate
Gold pure gold
ajnode - Vor 4 Monate
God, this guy is such an insufferable little weed of a human.
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vossy bros - Vor 4 Monate
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David - Vor 4 Monate
Why is this Garbage trending?
Dr Roidhammer
Dr Roidhammer - Vor 4 Monate
At least Barnaby isn't a Faggot, imagine if he was Fucking a male staffer.... now that would be so gross and wrong. I salute the bloke deputy pm with a wife and kids still manages to pull a decent root and even lands the money shot and ends up with a son.
Adak Mapieu
Adak Mapieu - Vor 4 Monate
aussie aussie aussie
ninjakirby777 - Vor 4 Monate
Georgia Cash
Georgia Cash - Vor 4 Monate
Im australian you are offensive 😠😠👾😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠
arbootieoaks - Vor 4 Monate
Georgia Cash I'm Australian, and have a sense of humour. I hope old mate beats you a little more than usual next Chrissy.
R0GUE - Vor 4 Monate
i love my country
Donut Dog
Donut Dog - Vor 4 Monate
Yay Australia.
• Potatoes Shall Rule •
Australia’s my home
base Aquatic
base Aquatic - Vor 4 Monate
You don’t know shit John Oliver
He was separated from his wife before his relationship
danisnotintojumpscares - Vor 4 Monate
#1 on trending 👏
James - Vor 4 Monate
Youtube really tryna get people to watch this
Anon Emus
Anon Emus - Vor 4 Monate
John Oliver obviously not that intelligent especially regarding constitutional matters. The SSM outcome was not legal - a plebiscite was held which is not legally binding, which is why they chose this method because any outcome is not legally binding and can be ignored. A referendum is legally binding however they did not choose this method.
The truth about SSM - The Governor-General has committed Treason as no referendum was held to modify the meaning of marriage under the Commonwealth Constitution. This is all illegal - info below:- SSM - Changes to the Marriage Act illegal unless a referendum. This means the plebiscite was nothing more than an expensive con job which is not legally binding - all for show - smile and wave.
HOWARDS CHANGES in 2004 were in keeping with the intended meaning of marriage so was Legal. A full change to the meaning needs a referendum.
Messing with marriage will hit constitutional bump by Augusto Zimmermann News Weekly, August 27, 2016
Australia has an express provision in its Commonwealth Constitution granting Federal Parliament power to introduce legislation on the topic of marriage and correlating issues. In light of such provision, an amendment to the federal Marriage Act (the Defence of Marriage Act) was enacted in 2004, which defines marriage as the union between one man and one woman to the exclusion of all others.
Australia’s express Commonwealth Constitutional provisions indicate that the Marriage Amendment Act is legally valid, thus precluding any state or territory from introducing any acts to legalise same-sex marriage. Hence the advocates of same-sex marriage did not challenge the amendment to the Marriage Act in court. Rather they pushed for same-sex marriage at the state and Commonwealth levels.
For instance, when the government of the Australian Capital Territory attempted to legalise same-sex marriage in that particular jurisdiction, the High Court struck down the law as being constitutionally invalid. That decision was made in 2013. No power, but here is the conundrum.
The Commonwealth Parliament may not have the power to redefine the meaning of marriage. In the ACT case, of course, the full High Court argued that marriage is: “[A] consensual union formed between natural persons in accordance with legally prescribed requirements which is not only a union the law recognises as intended to endure and be terminable only in accordance with law but also a union to which the law accords a status affecting and defining mutual rights and obligations.”
Such a definition was not required to deal with that particular issue in this case. In reaching such a view the High Court went beyond the accepted principles of constitutional interpretation since the court could have reached precisely the same result by simply stating that the ACT act conflicted with the federal Marriage Act.
To the extent that the decision sought to lay down the parameters of the marriage power in the constitution and to include same-sex marriage within those parameters, it is of dubious precedental value. After all, there was no need for the court to consider the scope of the meaning of marriage in the constitution to answer that question. There is therefore an argument that the court’s decision on the topic is obiter.
That being so, the definition given by the court does not form part of the ratio decidendi (“the reason for the decision”). The opinion generates only obiter dictum (“remark in passing”), which is not binding although it can be persuasive. Indeed, it seems that such an opinion operated as a kind of Trojan horse that opened the way for the federal government to believe that it can widen its own powers under section 51(xxi) of the Australian constitution.
It is undeniably within the limits of the Commonwealth Parliament to introduce legislation that reinforces the traditional meaning of marriage. Such a definition is given by Lord Penzance in Hyde v Hyde (1866), which defines marriage as “the voluntary union for life between one man and one women, to the exclusion of all others”. What is not clear, however, is whether the Federal Parliament could actually do otherwise – namely, to change the meaning of “marriage”.
The High Court has repeatedly affirmed that the connotation or meaning of a given word must remain fixed as it was established at the time the law was originally enacted. Under orthodox rules of Australian legal interpretation, “the meaning to be given to a term is that which it had at the date of the constitution, 1900”.
As law professor Jeremy Kirky points out: “Australian literalist orthodoxy falls within the realm of originalism … [which] indicates that constitutional words are to be given their full, natural or literal meaning as understood in their textual and historical context … Provisions are to be understood according to their essential meaning at the time they were enacted in 1900.
[1] Traditionally speaking, the courts have adopted a method that concentrates primarily on the essential meaning that the word had at the date when the law was enacted. This goes precisely in line with what John Quick (one of the drafters of the constitution) and Robert Garran (who played a significant role in the Australian federation movement) explained in their standard commentary on the Australian constitution. Quick and Garran commented that the intention of the Australian framers was to prevent the Federal Parliament from expanding its limited and specified powers by simply changing the meaning of any word in the constitution.
As stated by Quick and Garran in their seminal contribution:
[1] Every power alleged to be vested in the national government, or any organ thereof, must be affirmatively shown to have been granted. There is no presumption in favour of the existence of a power; on the contrary; the burden of proof lies on those who assert its existence, to point out something in the constitution which, either expressly or by necessary implication, confers it. Just as an agent, claiming to act on behalf of his principal, must make out by positive evidence that his principal gave him the authority he relies on; so congress, or those who rely on one of its statutes, are bound to show that the people have authorised the legislature to pass the statute. The search for the power will be conducted in a spirit of strict exactitude, and if there be found in the constitution nothing which directly or impliedly conveys it, then whatever the executive or legislature of the national government, or both of them together, may have done in persuasion of its existence, must be deemed null and void, like the act of any other unauthorised agent.”
[2] At the time of constitutional enactment, the word “marriage” meant a union of a man and a woman – “and this would almost certainly have been regarded as an essential part of the connotation, and not merely the denotation, of the word”. Indeed, Quick and Garran provide the following meaning to the institution: “Marriage is a relationship originating in contract, but is something more than a contract. It is what is technically called a status, involving a complex bundle of rights, privileges, obligations, and responsibilities which are determined and annexed to it by law independent of contract. According to the law of England, a marriage is a union between a man and a woman on the same basis as that on which the institution is recognised throughout Christendom, and its essence is that it is: (1) a voluntary union; (2) for life; (3) of one man and one woman; (4) to the exclusion of all others.”
What the words meant
According to the court’s most traditional method of interpretation, the meaning of a word must be limited to what such word actually meant at the time the law was enacted. If this were applied to the institution of marriage, then not even the Federal Parliament has the constitutional authority to redefine marriage, but only a limited power to regulate on the institution, which does not encompass expanding its meaning to same-sex relations.
Such interpretation effectively denies the Federal Parliament any power to redefine the meaning of marriage, since this would go outside the scope of the term’s original meaning. According to law professor Geoffrey Lindell: “At the time of federation the meaning of the term ‘marriage’ most commonly acknowledged was that contained in the cases which refused to recognise foreign polygamous marriage because such unions did not satisfy the traditional meaning of marriage now explicitly embodied in the Marriage Act 1961 (Commonwealth). Not surprisingly this will make it difficult for the court to accept that same-sex marriages now come within the meaning of the term ‘marriage’ in section 51(xxi) of the Commonwealth constitution – a view that has already attracted some judicial support.”
[3] High Court judges, both past and present, have in obiter dicta expressed their personal opinions on the matter. Justice Gerard Brennan, for example, relied on the history of the court to communicate that it is “beyond the powers of the Commonwealth Parliament to legislate for any other form of marriage besides that encompassed by its traditional definition”.
By contrast, activist judges such as Michael McHugh adopted a more “progressive” approach, stating: “In 1901, ‘marriage’ was seen as meaning a voluntary union for life between one man and one woman to the exclusion of all others. If that level of abstraction were now accepted, it would deny the Parliament of the Commonwealth the power to legislate for same-sex marriages, although arguably marriage now means, or in the near future may mean, a voluntary union for life between two people to the exclusion of others.”
Tazeyman - Vor 4 Monate
Yeah 30% un inhabitable because the Australians will punch retards like you
Wayne Hampson
Wayne Hampson - Vor 4 Monate
And he is resigning as Deputy Prime Minister on Monday (26 February 2018).
Sourlemon Gaming
Sourlemon Gaming - Vor 4 Monate
kamila nazeri
kamila nazeri - Vor 4 Monate
Gotta love straya!!!
Nat han Ssdkd8d8si
Nat han Ssdkd8d8si - Vor 4 Monate
As a fellow australian i can say this guys a cunt, but hes right
grasshopper - Vor 4 Monate
enter the rabbit hole
Chrisco_96 - Vor 4 Monate
Nice Powerpoint presentation, mesmerizing...
no el
no el - Vor 4 Monate
lol aussie here, oliver is so so spot on. how is his understanding of a nation he hardly knows is so accurate?! brilliant man
jordan roos
jordan roos - Vor 4 Monate
I’m Australian and I can confirm. that guys is our Santa.
Kirstie Roche
Kirstie Roche - Vor 4 Monate
Pm on a spit 😂
TheCrankydragon - Vor 4 Monate
#1 on trending and it's a bootleg clip because john oliver is blocked in australia lmao
JAMES AND HAZZA - Vor 4 Monate
I'm Australian really screw him
Mira Nicolas
Mira Nicolas - Vor 4 Monate
I hate you i live in australia
m I o . o I m
m I o . o I m - Vor 4 Monate
It's true about that Aussie Santa Claus: can confirm
Well, it's normal at this point, there's not much else one can do as a barnaby oliver, cept flap ones hands hoping someone will chuck you a fish in hope you can keep your canned laughter faking it to pay the rent.
James Tuitama
James Tuitama - Vor 4 Monate
he fuckin hit the big
Chris Whitwam
Chris Whitwam - Vor 4 Monate
John Oliver is a Dick
Some Guy
Some Guy - Vor 4 Monate
Number 1 trending with only 400k views in almost a week, get absolutely fucked YouTube.
DEvideo's A.I must be a politically correct SJW
ThatAussieGirl - Vor 4 Monate
And now he's finally quit, good riddance ya mouldy beetroot, go sit on the backbench with King Tone the Onionlord
Sam Hayek
Sam Hayek - Vor 4 Monate
“The most australian guy ever” sounds like he’s from New Zealand
Armored mecha
Armored mecha - Vor 4 Monate
He got it wrong.
It's actually 70% uninhabitable of deserts, 15% because of Australians and 15% because of it's extremely aggressive wildlife.
Asians Down Under
Asians Down Under - Vor 4 Monate
He finally resigned!
Dr Roidhammer
Dr Roidhammer - Vor 4 Monate
Asians Down Under He finally resigned. Learn English please it's the language of Australia
Bob Senior
Bob Senior - Vor 4 Monate
Shock horror a married man having an affair. How will we survive this earth shattering event. Good thing we've got shitloads of moral nazis to show us the way. To the gallows with him. Wtf
Renchii - Vor 4 Monate
gerry chan
gerry chan - Vor 4 Monate
Barnaby Joyce is corrupt. If this case happened in the private sector, even before when they did i ;), they will be immediately fired. This issue is just the tip of the iceberg for Joyce. Australians doesn’t need corrupt politicians.
crackerz05 - Vor 4 Monate
Lost me as an Aussie viewer. 30% cause we're Australian?. Depp's dogs breached the quarantine act and would have been euthanized if he wasn't a hollywood star. And the general public here doesn't care about politician's affairs as long as they do their job. Can't complain I guess could live in America.
émíly_stãltárï - Vor 4 Monate
Hey want entertainment instead of Barnaby? Watch my new video
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The most ridiculous thing in the world is that nearly half of all people cheat, and yes (even women). The most ridiculous thing is this feigning of perfectionism that the media people try to push, as if they don't go home and plow their partner and many of them also cheat. Covering a politician, deputy prime minister, prime ministers, president etc and acting as if they for some reason are not meant to be anything like the rest of us and are meant to be saints. That is the most ridiculous thing here actually, the media is a joke in that it's disingenuous and the media talking heads all act differently in front of the camera than in real life (which in real life are just like most other people and not this SJW politically correct person they pose as on TV).
DB - Vor 4 Monate
No one cares that he had an affair. True Australians only care that he is a massive hypocrite.
Mark Wheeler
Mark Wheeler - Vor 4 Monate
This is the same moron who screamed, ' Trump will never win ' . . . we don't need this prick telling us what to believe and what to think . . leftist piece of excrement . . wouldn't know if his arse was on fire.
Gillian Vann
Gillian Vann - Vor 4 Monate
I don't think Barnaby Joyce is a story, I guess cos he's a politician but otherwise, this is really not that interesting. It happens everywhere around the world, a man leaves his wife for a younger woman, that younger woman wants a baby, ha! sucks to be him. The majority of his generation opposes gay marriage. *yawn*
Someone 234
Someone 234 - Vor 4 Monate
#1 On Trending
Salah Ynwa
Salah Ynwa - Vor 4 Monate
Stupid idiot
Moofy - Vor 4 Monate
What a muppet
spider man
spider man - Vor 4 Monate
Bybs - Vor 4 Monate
Hannah Da Dog XD
Hannah Da Dog XD - Vor 4 Monate
Barney!!! Srry, lol
Obi Quinn
Obi Quinn - Vor 4 Monate
Eh, i mean you tried, but like dont talk to much shit about my country mate 🤨
Basically Birds
Basically Birds - Vor 4 Monate
#1 on trending. I don’t know you. Well done.
james Jameson
james Jameson - Vor 4 Monate
I can't wait until we get rid of the Red White and Blue from our flag! A kingdom of Isles is coming and we will step out from you and your pathetic fighting!
Jorge Moldon
Jorge Moldon - Vor 4 Monate
What a bunch of clowns government officials and opposition way not focus in the economy of the country
And many others issues that we are going through a less once in your life time
Sheldon the Turtle
Sheldon the Turtle - Vor 4 Monate
Some how it’s first on trending yet I only see 544 comments
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