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Has Rudd simply lost the plot!

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Krudd has announced his policy on population and wants to increase our numbers by some 60% through immigration.

Now considering we don't have enough teachers to teach our own english speaking kids, how on earth can we teach these immirants to speak english.

Immagine sitting in a hospital waiting room as one of 20, well, this will then become one in 32.

Is it fair to assume that a 60% increase in population also means a 60% increase in consumption of, fuel, power, gas etc.

A 60% increase on demands of all services and that's assumming they all speak english.

We can't fund our health system or our education system now. We can't provide for all retirerees. We can't tend to our needy now, what make this guy think we can by bringing in all these immigrants.

Is it just me, or has he lost the plot!
Posted by rehctub, Tuesday, 26 January 2010 6:18:59 AM
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rehctub, Iím always in support of giving a new government a fair go, after all thatís democracy. I am however, worried by the trend. An almost endless stream of abandoned, ill conceived or failed policy initiatives. I also think our government is aware of its inability to deliver anything either meaningful or sustainable; this is evidenced by the moves to offer ďdistractionsĒ. Fiscal policy is being promoted as relevant to 2035, very long term productivity issues, the need to fund long term pension commitments, healthcare reforms, population demands by 2050 and he old ďlook over thereĒ treatment of the republic issue.

I would personally feel much more comfortable if these issues were addressed as a consequence and extension of short to medium term policy implementation. Thatís the bit thatís missing at the moment.

Has our Prime Minister lost the plot? Itís looking like all he has in the locker has been populism and rhetoric. If that is the case then there never was a plot to start with.

Very disappointing for me but he is till commanding popular (populist) support
Posted by spindoc, Tuesday, 26 January 2010 8:35:31 AM
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What'ya mean lost the plot ? He never had one !
Posted by individual, Tuesday, 26 January 2010 9:25:54 AM
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rehctub wrote:
"Has Rudd simply lost the plot!"

I don't think so, His plot to destroy this country is very much on track if you ask many!
Posted by RawMustard, Tuesday, 26 January 2010 10:24:11 AM
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It looks like we may have a return to Capital L Liberal Government, as more and more people express disappointment at the present Prime Minister. I am not sure I would like that at all, because the Liberals under JH were the most atheist and ungodly government in the recent history of Australia.

KR tapped into this dissatisfaction, and shifted the rusted on Christian vote from the Liberal Party to his party. However his winning may have not given him a rusted on Christian vote, and his almost pathetic support for climate change measures , exhibits a skin deep trust in Almighty God, and a public repudiation of his Christianity.

In Australia today, are some brilliant scientists, whose gifts are almost the same or follow on the brilliance of Nicola Tesla. Some of these scientists are on the cusp of putting all coal fired electricity generation out of business, as Tesla was able to do, except for the blocks put in his way by the copper and coal interests 100 years ago.

These scientists have no protection under the Liberal regime started in 1970 in New South Wales and spread like a societal cancer to every Australian State and Territory. This cancer is arbitrary government without reference to a panel of 12 sovereign individuals, drawn from the body politic.

I am aware of and verily believe that over unity, or the use of energy drawn from the universe by way of friction as the earth flies through the ether at 25,000 miles an hour, is on the verge of becoming a reality as Tesla predicted it would be at the start of the 20th century. My understanding of gravity is that equilibrium is achieved by the uptake and giving off of equal amounts of sub atomic energy. That is why atoms revolve in perpetuity, and we do not collapse.

If KR reforms the fundamental system of government, destroyed by the liberals, between 1970 and 2004, he will deserve to be reelected, but at present he is vulnerable. Garrett and Wong are his albatross, and both are legally trained.
Posted by Peter Vexatious, Tuesday, 26 January 2010 11:44:50 AM
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Kevin Rudd is just bowing to his Global Corporate masters,much the same as John Winston Howard.It is not a matter of losing the plot,but relinquishing power to those willing to grant us a moments respite.

You see,in the longer term we will all be slaves to this oligarchy that knows no compassion or justice.Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac that will enslave all our humanity if we as individuals don't have the courage to confront it's perverted intent.

The lust for power is inversely proportional to our insecurity.
Posted by Arjay, Tuesday, 26 January 2010 7:06:05 PM
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