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Mondays With Mullane - Ep10 Not Much Choice

I watch the news bulletins regularly and read news articles. The MSM has a distinct left bias, possibly because lefty teachers have brainwashed younger generations and university academics.

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I watch the news bulletins regularly and read news articles. The MSM has a distinct left bias, possibly because lefty teachers have brainwashed younger generations and university academics. I accept that Sky News offsets this, but is outnumbered. So how do people decide?

Who to vote for: all political parties make promises prior to an election.Remember, Anthony Albanese stated 94 times that electricity under a Labor government would be $275 cheaper? Instead, electricity rose up to 30%.

So my question is. What are the choices for the Australian people.? Which political party do they vote for? The choices are abysmal. All political parties exist to obtain power and keep their politicians in a job. So put the minor political parties aside and concentrate on the two major parties capable of obtaining government.

The Australian Labor Party, is incorrectly spelled. The Labor Party is the party of mostly ex-trade union hacks and Labor Party staffers. No one has ever run a business or worked for a private enterprise. The old Labor Party was, as they stated, a party for the working class. Not any more; they have replaced workers for the woke brigade, the inner-city Chardonnay Socialists, and the craft Bolsheviks. Anthony Albanese proudly marches with half-naked homosexuals, and lesbian Labor's state premiers have made an art form out of incompetence. Daniel Andrews bankrupted the most prosperous state. Victoria now has a huge debt. The QLD Labor Party, under the leadership of Anna Pluckachook, is a disaster. When she obtained power, she weakened youth crime laws, resulting in an unprecedented crime wave. Hospitals are a disaster. Anna increased the number of public servants by 100,000, all rusted on Labor voters. However, apart from red carpet appearances and overseas holidays, she needed a break from a medical episode. A hangover is not a medical episode. So Anna Pluckachook decided what QLD needed was to make drugs and prostitution no longer crimes. These two vices are now legal in Queensland. If I were to write about the corruption and incompetency of the Queensland Government, it would be as long as the novel War And Peace.

The Federal Labor Party is obsessed with issues that mainstream Australians are not that worried about. Anthony Albanese is obsessed with his referendum, The Voice to Parliament. So far, $550,000 million has been spent on advertising and promoting The Voice. Mr Prime Minister, please govern for all Australians, not just the 3% who are well represented by Aboriginal members and various organisations and who receive billions in taxpayers' money and mining royalties. According to estimates, 1.2 million Australians live in poverty, Mr. Prime Minister. People are struggling with their mortgages, putting petrol in their cars, food on the table, and paying for their children to play sports. People are on waiting lists for needed operations, and people are homeless. People who are working cannot find accommodation to rent.

The Labor Party is allowing 750,000 more migrants. Question. Where are they going to live? Penny Wong goes overseas, throwing money at other countries like a drunken sailor. The definition of foreign aid is when the poor people of a rich country give aid to a poor country whose main beneficiary is the rich people of the poor country. The old saying "Charity begins at home." Look after Australians first. The Labor Party is also obsessed with "climate change" and is determined to implement climate change policies even if it send Australia broke. Go Woke, Go Broke.

One must remember that the Labor Party is the political wing of the trade unions, and they dictate policy. Trade unions are an unnecessary and evil force. Trade union bosses are about gaining power and enriching themselves. Trade unions and successive Labor governments have provided utopian pay and conditions for some workers. The problem is that no one can afford to hire them, which is why we have lost our manufacturing industries. Also, add payroll tax and land tax. We just dig our minerals out of the ground and export them to other countries, where they manufacture products that we buy from them. The Labor Party will always have a base of trade unionists and housing commission residents. In the last election, the Labor Party obtained 32% of the vote. However, they can still create a government thanks to our complicated preferential voting system. Bring in the first-past-the-post vote. Also, may we ask what the qualifications are to enter Parliament? What would, for instance, Anthony Albanese do in the real world?

I could go on and on about the Labor Party's incompetence, but now I'll start on Australia's conservative coalition, The Liberal And National parties. Unfortunately, they don't know whether to go left or right. The left has infiltrated the Liberals. With such policies, the lunatic greens would be proud. They stabbed Tony Abbott, a true conservative, in the back and replaced him with Malcolm Turnbull, an extremely radical lefty who imposed on us same-sex marriage. The Liberal Party also got rid of two outstanding women, Moira Deeming and Catherine Deeves. These brave, articulate women stood up and championed the cause of real women. Not a cock in a frock, a delusional dude. The Liberal Party needs to represent aspirational voters, people running small businesses, and subcontracting tradespeople.

There are potential votes for the Liberal National Party in suburbia. These people no longer see themselves as oppressed by the wicked, blood-sucking capitalist bosses. Trade union membership is now only about 10%. These people are not rusted on labor voters; a lot of them are migrants or children of migrants, and they will vote for who they think will best represent them. In a classic example of Fowler as a safe Labor seat, the Labor Party parachuted a candidate from outside the area. And lost the seat. A remarkable woman, a Vietnamese refugee Dai Le, won the seat as an independent. The irony is that this young, ambitious lady was expelled from the Liberal Party. Good one, Liberal Party. So that's three women the liberal party has gotten rid of. Three outstanding women.

The Liberal National Party has to stop trying to cater to the loony left and say it like it is. Appeal to the values of working Australians. Leave the woke wankers to the Labor Party. People in suburbia don't give a rat's arse about pronouns, trans people, or the alphabet rainbow regime for the sexually confused. The Liberal National Party should not be delusional about how the big end of town supports them. Look at how large public companies suck up to labor, for example, Qantas and Westfarmers. The Liberal National Party needs candidates who have achieved success in the real world. I am impressed with the leader of the Queensland opposition, David Crisafulli; he just needs to stand up to the left that has infiltrated the LNP.

Both major political parties need to get back to representing everyone, not just their core voters. Or with the Liberals, a party that has lost its way. If not, we could end up as a banana republic. I suppose the republic part is okay.

Danny Mullane

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