Sunday, May 19, 2019

ALP Lost Unbeatable Election

Bruce Black - op-ed -
C a n b e r r a ,   A u s t r a l i a - 

Chris Brown, Annastacia Palaszczuk and Bill Shorten
It was meant to be a one sided result according to polls, but Bill Shorten managed to destroy Labor's chances of victory.

Was it his enormous and seemingly unnecessary massive $300B tax hikes on the Australian public? This from a man who has courted and been courted by more millionaires than any politician in Australian history.

During his university years studying law at Monash in Melbourne he was later accused of allegedly raping a female student on a Labour camp in 1986.

Shorten had an affair while he was married with a married woman who eventually became his current wife.

As Donald Trump's former chief strategist Steve Bannon put it - Labor's Bill Shorten “Snatched defeat from the jaws of victory."

He rose through the ranks as an aggressive trade unionist - all the while, courting the great and the good of big business in Australia and traveling by private jet - as any real grass roots Labour leader would do.

Shorten appeared to be insincere and the Australian public saw right through him. The smug smiles were swiftly wiped off the faces of all the ALP political commentators as the election results rolled in last night - the arrogance and hubris were open for the world to see.

Through the union movement he was friends with Annastacia Palaszczuk, the Labour premier of Queensland.

The ALP's playbook doesn't work anymore - a classic example of this is the soon to be outed Queensland Premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk - her disdain for the Queensland public was laid bare when she ordered the name of Australia's most iconic female medical pioneer to be stripped down from the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital.

The public consultation was fraudulent and long before it was announced, Health Minister, Steven Miles ordered the cancellation of the business name with ASIC - this and the fact that his office was allegedly responsible for most of the tens of thousands of votes in the rigged public poll.

The Queensland Crime and Corruption Commission has spent many months reviewing the allegedly fraudulent poll commissioned by Miles, many people and media organisations are eagerly awaiting the result. It is taking a long time to be evaluated, even though independent experts quickly agreed that it was a corrupt and rigged poll.

Queensland ALP's days as the ruling party are numbered, and Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews now looks down a $30B black hole in his state finances. The ALP needs to get real and stop hiding behind lies, bad policies and corrupt politicians. The election result shows Australians were not deceived.


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