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Women a Liberal Party Problem.

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ttbn,

When you were a member of the Australian Macho Conservative Party, was the parties policy on women, just one line; "No Shelia's Allowed!" Your comments here reflect that.
Posted by Paul1405, Sunday, 21 February 2021 6:32:24 PM
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Some are trying to create war between the sexes.

Fourth generation feminism (all men are rapists- all men are complicit in a culture of rape) is part of the Communist "Tabula Rasa's" "Cultural Hegemony" campaign to destroy and re-define the family. You have to wonder who the Communists will attack once this is achieved- Communists never stop attacking- this is the nature of "Permanent Revolution"- there will never be peace. As Orwell said "a boot on the head on everyone forever".

Communists are also saying that (all White People are racists- all White People are complicit in a culture of racist abuse and privilege).

In a sense nature embodies permanent mindless warfare- but one assumes that evolution proceeds towards sanity- humans aren't perfect- they can be animalistic- but they need each other- they need to protect those in their sphere- protecting each other from the chaos outside- and trying to avoid fighting and imposing their will on their neighbours- from these small beginnings improving the world through their example.

Others see chaos as a ladder to success- and are happy to ride over those in their way.

Every culture needs their own country.

Individual's in society have different roles- sometimes they can appear repressive but these roles are necessary for the stability of society- the repression at the destruction of society is surely much greater. Individual's have different strengths and weaknesses- in some senses equality is impossible for this reason- but also in a sense everyone is superior- we all need to find our place- leaders shouldn't waste resources and so they should try to help their people contribute and gain value from society for the benefit of everyone.

As Stiglitz says "no one will participate in a system from which they gain no value".
Posted by Canem Malum, Sunday, 21 February 2021 8:08:26 PM
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Greenman,

You really are an idiot.
Posted by ttbn, Sunday, 21 February 2021 10:02:45 PM
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I actually worked for a federal MP
Chris Lewis,
And, I bet you didn't hear a thing about then ?
Posted by individual, Sunday, 21 February 2021 11:25:58 PM
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ttbn, people like you are part of the problem, cover up, denial and victim blaming are your stock in trade. Conservatives really don't see a place in politics for women, and if there is one, its only a subservient roll at best. With the Brittany Higgins case it is now clear she was given a choice, complain, and its your career gone. A second woman has now come forward with a similar complaint.

The culture in the Federal Liberal Party when it comes to female complains, be it bulling or sexual harassment/assault, is to firstly protect the good name of the party, and secondly the protection of the minister concerned through cover up. The victim rates a poor third in the list of priorities, and is made to feel that they are the real problem.

The problem in the Liberal Party is broader than that above. Take the case of Julie Bishop, she thought she could challenge for the top leadership position, a position she was eminently qualified for. Its not the fact Julie was defeated by two men, but the fact her colleagues thought she was only worthy of a token vote, and I say that was because she was female. The insult was too much for Ms Bishop and she walked away from the party.
Posted by Paul1405, Monday, 22 February 2021 5:42:34 AM
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Pauliar,

I know that you are desperately trying to dismiss the "bad apples" in the greens, but proportionally the Greens are closer to the Catholic Church than the libs, and you are still silent about any actions the greens intend to take over the problems within your party. Business as usual I assume.

As Ms Higgins and the other two alleged victims refused to make a complaint to the police, and the perpetrator had already been fired, it is difficult for Senator Reynolds to take any further action.

As for the appointment of identity groups based on quotas, the greens are not a shining example of resulting competence
Posted by shadowminister, Monday, 22 February 2021 6:18:56 AM
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