We’d like to tuck our best mate, Brian, up in bed and let him enjoy his retirement in peace, or at least until he gets called back for the court case.
Unfortunately, we have a little housekeeping to do first.
The coverage of the aftermath the source of our amusement today.
Ok, we’re calling plagiarism on the Spectator. An internet search will show the use of “Wokepac” started here. You’re welcome, chaps.
Then there’s this objective review of Brian’s awful performance by Peter Van Onselen much of which is indeed accurate. Let’s face it, Brian took his eye off the ball and didn’t pay enough attention to the core part of his job description, that is, running a bank.
The question is, though, what was he spending his resource on instead?
Well, we’ve answered that question continually here and neatly summed it up with the tag, “Wokepac”.
Peter is unable to point to the rainbow-coloured elephant in the room though.
was fired by Brian resigned two years ago and Peter is still spitting tacks over it.
Question for Peter; how absolutely awful do you have to be at your job to be fired by Brian Hartzer whilst in possession of female genitalia?
Ainslie was part of the diversity diversion problem at Westpac. She, like many other diversity quota hires, had the easiest job in the world; turn up late, attend some “women in banking” conferences, collect pay cheque. Rinse. Repeat.
Yet she still
got fired resigned.