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Itís time for Australia to vote for change : Comments

By Viv Forbes, published 6/5/2022

Starting with Gough Whitlam, Malcolm Fraser, Don Chipp and Bob Brown, there has developed a monotonous uniformity in main-stream Australian politics.

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Itís true the enemy to survival are the greens and their ever growing list of unbelievable madness collected under the rainbow flag, and sadly under their first lieutenants Aboriginal flag. Those two dangerous icons fluttering over the majority, will not rest until we return to a commandment of loyalty, saluting the flag, as we once confirmed by congregating as school children in our fast fading history. That history, the history now under pressure to rewrite itself in confirmation of subjection to ideological dictatorship, obedient to the new conformity dictates.

History is brimming with example and warnings in how to deal with the mentality and their propensity towards dictatorship, and that is by physical force, at the 3nd of a gun barrel and bayonet. And until the the afflicted silent majority rise from their padded life styles to do that, the Green madness will continue to envelop sane and sensible society to the sunset of its end!

Dan
Posted by diver dan, Friday, 6 May 2022 8:14:53 AM
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Nationals ain't Nationals either Viv. Matt Canavan is great. Barnaby caved into to Morrison instead of standing up for constituents who gave them the 'climate election'.
Posted by Little, Friday, 6 May 2022 8:44:27 AM
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We know this. We have known this for a long time. But we have done nothing, and we are going down hill fast. Only last night, I saw a clip of barking mad, fake independent, Monique Ryan, saying we need to stop offshore processing and bring in more "refugees"; despite all the strife, turmoil and death caused in the past by Labor, the party she belonged to, but forgot reveal in her 'independent' lie.

Both the Coalition and Labor are swimming in Viv's "green slime"; the Coalition even has half a dozen sitting members who are further left than many Labor politicians, and they are looking more like Greens the closer we get to the election, as they try to fight off loony-left fake independents like the one mentioned above.

All Australian politicians are prostituting themselves to whatever nutty fad they think will get them elected.

Never before has it been so important for voters to think for themselves, ignore the party how-to-vote cards, and do what YOU want. And ignore the media tripe about the 'dangers' of a hung parliament. This time, there are real conservative options as well as neo-Marxists. The more precarious the bastards 'careers' are, the harder they will work.
Posted by ttbn, Friday, 6 May 2022 9:52:49 AM
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Climate change? Extreme bush fires followed by record rain events suggest something has changed including 100 year events occurring every ten years or so. That said, our real concern at this point is, it's the economy stupid. Ghat means several thing need to occur.

First of all, we need to transition to nuclear power, namely MSR thorium with its promise of power prices as low as 1 cent PKWH! As publicly provided power.

Second is the embrace of cooperative capitalism. Co-ops were the only free market, private enterprise business model to survive the great depression largely intact, even as the giant corporations etc., folded!

Finally we need to switch to social credit as a way to finance anything without foreign investment or crippling interest payments. And that means long overdue projects like rapid rail are built rather than endlessly spruiked.

If we would reduce the carbon load in the atmosphere we need to transition to carbon-free or carbon neutral fuels.

Nuclear is carbon free and cheaper than any other energy source. Moreover, nuclear power comes with the lowest death toll per gigawatt of power than all the others, including renewables. Co-ops cannot grow to big to fail and social credit uses the finished project and it value as a means to turn a debit into a credit on the ledger!

Not new given all the banks use that method to leverage ever increasing finance and interest earning loans. All social credit does is eliminate the private banks from the model, does not charge itself interest, just the required admin fees.

What is required for social credit is a ralatively low population base and resources we the people keep as our income sources.

Co-ops with the necessary expertise can form an amalgamated union of co-ops to undertake large and costly projects, that require large workforces to complete. An example would be the snowy mountains project of yesteryear done today. What kills most projects are the paper shuffling, profit demanding middlemen and delays caused by prevaricating public servants and or, the tendering entities biting off more projects than they can chew!
Posted by Alan B., Friday, 6 May 2022 10:55:16 AM
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Dan I don't believe the rainbow or the aboriginal flag has caused climate change nor the end of the morning salute of the national flag.

I see you believe democracy and tolerance of difference as causes and need a baby butchering Ukrainian solution to fix!

Truth is, it is entirely intolerant folk like you that poison social inclusion and the cooperation that we need to progress social inclusion and social wellbeing for all!

Divisive division never ever solved anything, least of all poverty and social exemption, affordable housing, transport, etc., etc.!

Take care of your own shortcomings and predilection to unwarranted violence first, before you worry what folks do in private that is none of your business really. Stop pointing to the sty in others eyes while ignoring the plank in yours!
Alan B.
Posted by Alan B., Friday, 6 May 2022 11:12:42 AM
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Alan B
I love a sunburnt country, of droughts and flooding rains
For flood and fire and famine, she pays us back threefold
All you who have not loved her, you will not understand

Megafires are nothing to do with climate. Green bureaucrats and fire chiefs don't love our country they abuse her.
Posted by Little, Friday, 6 May 2022 11:17:05 AM
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