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Reply #15 - Jun 9th, 2022 at 10:30am
 
Labor majority government wrote on Jun 6th, 2022 at 8:10pm:
Is just killing , over there smoothing things with indo after that awful liberal government caused nothing but global trade sanctions .



You mean over there licking arse? Miam miam.
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Reply #16 - Jun 9th, 2022 at 10:34am
 
Jasin wrote on Jun 6th, 2022 at 9:53pm:
Grovelling to the Indo Muslims gets nowhere.

Catholic Phillipines, Papuans, Timorese, Micronesians, Balinese and all the indigenous Indonesians (Irian Jayans) - gonna kick some Indo Moslem arse soon.


The indigenous people are Melanesians of West Papua....

Irian Jaya is just an Indo name for the lands they invaded & those Indos there are Javanese.
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Reply #17 - Jun 9th, 2022 at 11:59am
 
Gnads wrote on Jun 9th, 2022 at 10:30am:
You mean over there licking arse? Miam miam.

Grin Grin Grin Grin

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Reply #18 - Apr 26th, 2024 at 9:21am
 
Anthony Albanese has over-estimated himself his whole political life


Two years ago I stood before a cheering crowd at the Canterbury-Hurlstone Park RSL Club in Sydney, where I claimed victory for Labor. “I’ve been underestimated my whole life,” I triumphantly proclaimed.

That was true. But reflecting on my government’s many failings during the last two years, particularly the rising cost of living and the inability to protect this country from both external and internal threats, I’ve reluctantly reached a conclusion. And that is I’ve over-estimated myself for my whole political life.

I promised on election night that I would seek “common purpose and promote unity” and “not fear and division”. For good measure I also added: “It is what I have sought to do throughout my political life”. But the truth is I have long revelled in conflict, division, and petty sniping. That is my nature.

I have presented many faces to the public, a practice otherwise known as telling the audience what they want to hear. Two months before the 2022 election, I gave an interview to The Daily Telegraph, claiming Labor was “the party of mainstream Australia”. I made a big show of distancing myself from the Greens, saying I was pro-business and would implement economically “realistic” policies.

That was a façade. I knew it was a façade. You knew it was a façade. Only ten years before I had, as a cabinet minister in the Gillard government, tearfully lamented that the upheaval in Labor’s leadership was distracting me from my core business of class warfare.

“I like fighting Tories,” I said. “It’s what I do.”

That was one of the rare occasions the public got to see an upfront Anthony Albanese. I was a teenager when I embraced far-left politics, and I’ve never relinquished the ideology of envy and antagonism. I define myself not by what I’m for but what I’m against.

As for my love of fighting, that needs qualifying. I’m big on shrill denunciations while pointing the finger at the other side. I’ll posture for the camera and yell exhortations like “smash her”, when a member of the Opposition speaks. It’s all theatre, though. In short, I’m a piss and wind warrior.


“I won’t run and hide from responsibility,” I said in a pre-election speech. “I won’t go missing when the going gets tough.” It’s just my ticker that will go missing, I should have added. They were just a couple of the many promises and assurances I have given over the last few years, all of which were about as believable as a bedtime fairy tale.

I told the Australian public on the eve of the election: “Labor will be every bit as strong in defending Australian values against any push by China or any nation trying to undermine them”. So what did I do when a Chinese warship deliberately used its sonar to injure our naval divers? I kept that under wraps until I finished my pre-departure press conference at San Francisco, so the media couldn’t ask me if I’d raised this incident with President Xi Jinping during our APEC summit meeting.

I’m forever telling everyone that my government is “keeping Australians safe,” yet I refuse to call out the growing number of Islamic extremists in this country. I’m paralysed by the thought of losing safe Labor seats in Western Sydney. Every aspect of our foreign policy concerning the Middle East is assessed according to that narrow consideration.

My government even refused a modest request by the US to send a warship into the Red Sea as part of a global effort to protect shipping lanes from Houthi rebel attacks. Do you know who praised us for that decision? China’s state-owned media, that’s who. “It is sensible for Australia to continue distancing itself from the US”, said the Global Times. That says it all.

I know that Jews throughout the Western world, including those in Australia, increasingly fear for their safety. One reason for that here is my government offers only token support for them, because we are more worried about offending Muslim voters.

Take for example my reaction to the disgraceful protests outside the Sydney Opera House just days after the horrific atrocities of October 7. Asked at a press conference about that ugly demonstration, I resorted to false equivalence. “I’m concerned about the rise of anti-Semitism,” I said. “I’m concerned as well about Islamophobia, which has impacted in this country as well,” I added. To put that in context, many of Western Sydney’s Middle Eastern residents had only hours before taken to the streets to celebrate the biggest mass murder of Jewish civilians since the Holocaust, and there I was waving the anti-Islamophobia finger.
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As for my commitment to protecting Australia’s borders, that’s also a farce. As of April, three boatloads of illegal maritime arrivals had reached the mainland. Fear not, I said, our commitment to maintaining Operation Sovereign Borders has not changed. Just like I insisted repeatedly that we would honour our promise to implement the Morrison government’s Stage 3 tax cuts. “My word is my bond,” I would say. “Our position has not changed.” And I continued these reassurances and denials right up until the moment I announced we had reneged on our commitment. So much for my election campaign launch declaration when I said: “I can promise you I’ll always tell it straight.”

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Reply #19 - Apr 26th, 2024 at 9:24am
 
I wasn’t being straight with you when I said that day that the average household power bill would fall by $275 under a Labor government. I wasn’t being straight with you when I said there would be no changes to taxes on superannuation. I wasn’t being straight with you when I told you I would commission a full inquiry into the nation’s response to the pandemic. And I wasn’t being straight with you when I insisted that the proposed Indigenous voice to parliament – which would have meant entrenching a racially based activist group in our constitution – would function merely as an “advisory body”.

As I mentioned, I said I wanted to emulate Hawke and Keating. Like them or loathe them, you knew who was running the country when they held the top job. Now commentators mention those two in conjunction with my name only to demonstrate the jarring contrast between their cabinets and mine. I’m Prime Minister in name only. ‘I’m way out of my depth’ doesn’t begin to describe it. I’m a political midget trying to straddle the Mariana Trench.

If I remain in this position, I have three prospects. First, I could be the first Prime Minister in nearly 100 years to lead a first-term government to defeat. Second, I could be rolled by my own party before the next election. Third, I could end up with a hung parliament next year. I’d have to share a podium with Greens leader Adam Bandt, and everyone would know who was wearing the trousers.

I cannot face any of those possibilities. Accordingly, I have formally advised the Governor-General that I will step down as Prime Minister today.

On a brighter note, this just happens to be the date I qualify for an indexed prime ministerial pension of around $400K a year. Not a bad little earner to supplement an already lucrative property portfolio. You didn’t expect me to fight the Tories for free, surely?


https://www.theaustralian.com.au/nation/politics/anthony-albanese-has-overestima...

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Reply #20 - Apr 28th, 2024 at 10:09am
 
Albo?
He strikes me as a wannabe Bob Hawk but lacking the intellect or charisma.

His the second choice after Shorten and together are two of the “ faceless men” that destroyed labor last they were in government.

Very few people actually voted for Albo, many like myself put him first only to ensure Scomo came last.

As his popularity is plummeting his sidelining Wong, who I believe is much smarter and a far better choice of leader for our country.

I don’t want Dutton but I admit his doing a fantastic job as opposition leader.
I’m just nervous he hastily cleaned up the corruption that was the legacy of Scomo government?
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Reply #21 - Apr 28th, 2024 at 10:29am
 
Daves2017 wrote on Apr 28th, 2024 at 10:09am:
Albo?
... his sidelining Wong, who I believe is much smarter and a far better choice of leader for our country. ...


Indeed.

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Reply #22 - Apr 28th, 2024 at 1:12pm
 
Daves2017 wrote on Apr 28th, 2024 at 10:09am:
Albo?
He strikes me as a wannabe Bob Hawk but lacking the intellect or charisma.

His the second choice after Shorten and together are two of the “ faceless men” that destroyed labor last they were in government.

Very few people actually voted for Albo, many like myself put him first only to ensure Scomo came last.

As his popularity is plummeting his sidelining Wong, who I believe is much smarter and a far better choice of leader for our country.

I don’t want Dutton but I admit his doing a fantastic job as opposition leader.
I’m just nervous he hastily cleaned up the corruption that was the legacy of Scomo government?

Wong is unelectable.
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Reply #23 - Apr 28th, 2024 at 1:39pm
 
Frank wrote on Apr 28th, 2024 at 1:12pm:
Daves2017 wrote on Apr 28th, 2024 at 10:09am:
Albo?
He strikes me as a wannabe Bob Hawk but lacking the intellect or charisma.

His the second choice after Shorten and together are two of the “ faceless men” that destroyed labor last they were in government.

Very few people actually voted for Albo, many like myself put him first only to ensure Scomo came last.

As his popularity is plummeting his sidelining Wong, who I believe is much smarter and a far better choice of leader for our country.

I don’t want Dutton but I admit his doing a fantastic job as opposition leader.
I’m just nervous he hastily cleaned up the corruption that was the legacy of Scomo government?

Wong is unelectable.


Not at all - she would do well.

Not everyone in Australia is a homophobic, racist misogynist like you old boy.

A homosexual, Asian woman as our PM would be delightful, if not for any other reason than triggering people such as yourself.

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Reply #24 - Apr 28th, 2024 at 5:53pm
 
.... is a man with a plan ..... he plans to bring current Labor down and re-install its software so as to make it once more a party of and for the people.... you saw how he sabotaged 'the voice' nonsense and how he is fumbling with his flies over Israel being violated ... then there's immigration massive ..... internal 'treaties' with allegedly equal citizens (Land Enclosures Act 2024) ... refusal to get onboard with the proper review of the gender ideology madness .....

What else could he be expecting apart from the utter rejection, by the voting public, of current Labor and its lost way?

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Reply #25 - Apr 28th, 2024 at 11:11pm
 
Wong is unelectable - people are finally waking up ... the voice, the gender wars, the Chinese suck-up ball licking, Israelophobia ...... she's going down....

Remind me again HTF she was ever elected in the first place, would you?

I'm working on being like Admiral King USN, in my old age - "... the most even-tempered person in the (United States Navy) Ozpol. He is always in a rage."

grrrrrr..... growl, growl... bite, bite.....
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Reply #26 - Apr 30th, 2024 at 10:39am
 
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Reply #27 - Apr 30th, 2024 at 10:58am
 
Captain Nemo wrote on Apr 30th, 2024 at 10:39am:


Yeah, his the PM .

Really out of his depth in anything other than a pop media photo shoot.

Actually pathetic ego
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Reply #28 - Apr 30th, 2024 at 11:07am
 
Albo is a total dud
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Reply #29 - Apr 30th, 2024 at 11:26am
 
Gordon wrote on Apr 30th, 2024 at 11:07am:
Albo is a total dud


"I’m the Prime Minister, I run this country.”

He's a squeaky little numpty.
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