Abbott

Zali’s feral follower shows his true totalitarian streak

Earlier this week, CM posted a picture of a non-sanctioned Zali Steggall supporter. This is the action of a real Zali Steggall volunteer. What a disgrace! How can an election turn people so feral?

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Woke! Owns a Toyota Prius 4th Gen, loves the ABC and climate alarmist Zali Steggall but hates Tony Abbott. One wonders what might happen to a car with “Vote 1 Tony Abbott” stickers adorning the bumper? No doubt it would be keyed, have its tyres deflated and the owner alienated by his or her neighbours. Former PM Abbott will be relying strictly on the “silent voter” this Saturday.

To be fair to the driver above, at least the vehicle choice reflects the stance. Most other cars sporting such stickers in the well to do Warringah electorate are gas guzzling SUVs, often the top spec AMG versions too. Proof that some in the more elitist suburbs are happy for others to save the planet on their behalf!

The irony is that after the election, the driver will need to invest in some fossil fuel derived chemicals to remove the stickers…oh well…

Turnbull should Google ‘common sense’

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UK PM Theresa May Maybe an uninspiring speaker and weak political figure given her dreadful stewardship over Brexit, yet she still deserves to be shown respect by her fellow leaders. Australian PM Turnbull clearly had some dead time during May’s CHOGM speech to send some emails and text messages. Turnbull is void of common sense. There is zero chance the Turnbull Coalition can win the next election.

CM attended a Liberal Party function yesterday and local membership is dwindling. The average age of those that attended was 60+. The issues raised by the audience were a slowdown of immigration followed by daylight then electricity prices. Yet Turnbull’s Coalition is all about issues that conservatives aren’t focused on. Throwing his ministers under a bus and championing that he’s less worse than the opposition.

 

We don’t condone violence but we want to fund the guy that headbutted the former PM because he deserves it

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Talk about double standards. This is the chap who has already pleaded guilty to headbutting former Australian PM Tony Abbott yet fellow ferals want to fund his court costs. Of course for the left, it is not the principle but the side. Unsurprisingly the Twitterati have  applauded his actions however if he was the true hero they make him out to be he wouldn’t resort to the type of cowardice he did. Then again it speaks volumes about their willingness to fight with foreheads rather than facts.

Read the rationale for the  gofundme campaign for yourself.

I propose we raise some funds which will most likely be needed in the near future for court fees and lawyer fees plus any possible fulines coming the way of Astro Labe, the gentleman that gave Tony Abbott a little bit of what he deserves.

This GoFundMe nor the creator in no way condone any violence, but do believe the politician did recieve a little if what he deserved after causing so much mental anguish for so many Australians over the years.

Below is an article explaining the situation:

Hobart resident Astro Labe this week allegedly attempted to smash Tony Abbott’s face. He’s since been charged with assault – and naturally became a hero to gentle, pacifist, left-wingers. Labe, 38, claims his alleged attack was not associated with his support for same-sex marriage. Rather, it was all about mere idiotic malice: “It was nothing really remotely to do with that. It’s just about Tony Abbott – the f***ing worm that he is,” the man told News Corp Australia. “All it was is I saw Tony Abbott and I’d had half a skinful and I wanted to nut the c***. “I want to divorce myself [from the same-sex marriage issue] — not because I disagree with their stance — but this was nothing to do with that. That’s just my personal hatred.” He admitted he had a same-sex sticker on his jacket, but said that was a coincidence. “It was purely because a friend of mine had walked past handing them out and had stuck one on my jacket,’ he said. He said he had been drinking at a Hobart waterfront hotel when he had seen Mr Abbott walk past. His version of what followed was almost identical to Mr Abbott’s. “I was like ‘Tony, Tony’, I kind of trotted up behind him. I trotted up behind him, ‘I just want to shake your hand’ and just went bang. Kind of missed it. Gave him a fat lip. “He got off pretty lightly. He’s just lucky I’m not a violent c***.” Obviously. The barista and bartender says he returned to the pub and had a couple of shots of scotch. He said he would apologise for his actions when he appeared in court, but his opinions had not changed. “I’m an anarchist, he’s an evil c**.” Er, who allegedly attacked who? Labe also spoke to Fairfax: “[It] was just a lifelong ambition to headbutt a fascist because I’m a skinhead that likes ska music and hates fascism. He’s an evil c—, I’m an anarchist and I believe in human rights … “I headbutted him quite piss-poorly because I was quite pissed,” Mr Labe said. He said he had no remorse but acknowledged his actions had harmed the “yes” campaign and said he was “really f–king embarrassed by it”.

Australian Constitutional scalps?

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Most Australians have no idea of the contents of our constitution. Dennis Denuto is probably one of the more versed. In America we know the 1st Ammendment is all about freedom of speech, the 2nd about the right to bear arms and we know what pleading the 5th is about. This is a list of Australian politicians who were born in countries other than Australia. Section 44 (i) of the Australian Constitution states, “Any person who is under any acknowledgement of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights or privileges of a subject or citizen of a foreign power…shall be incapable of being chosen or of sitting as a senator or a member of the House of Representatives.”

Two Greens senators (Scott Ludlum & Larissa Waters) have recently resigned after being in breach of this. One has to question how anyone (much less politicians) are unaware that they are dual citizens. My kids are well aware of their dual nationality. Now we will see many of the above confirm their Australian citizenship.

Rules are rules. Regardless of whether these people have served their constituents in good faith, there is a requirement to change the constitution.

When one thought Australia had maxed out its ability to display a fractured political system, the constitution may well clean house.

Media proves they’re petrified of Tony Abbott

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It didn’t take long for the Tony Abbott haters to spring into action. The media naturally is panicked that this Labor-esque budget will kill off Turnbull if the polls don’t reverse and give rise to an Abbott return which they know would win back swathes of disaffected Lib voters who have abandoned the party since the betrayal. Abbott’s crime? Not applauding the Treasurer for the shameful budget presented last night. Spoilt brat, sore loser and against his own party are the accusations. One can only imagine had he clapped the headlines would have read ‘Sell out!’ or ‘Applauds the opposite of what he proposed!

Let’s think about what his actions truly showed in the context of ourselves. If you worked tirelessly and loyally for a company/party and dedicated almost three decades of blood, sweat and tears to an organization’s success let us just say that you have ‘invested’.  Even if you haven’t you may know someone in your firm who has but let’s assume its you. You are unfairly shafted from your leadership role and your conniving successor seeks to undermine you at every opportunity. You are not only demoted but stripped of dignity. Despite clear evidence you still wish to work for the betterment of all because of those years of investment, you are sidelined and black-balled. Any sensible contribution is ignored and those who once supported you start to realize that doing so risks them being tarred with the same brush in front of the new management. You see the fruits of your hard work get eroded even to the point where the damage impacts the core values of your customers. Even though you have sleepless trying to stop the boat you painstakingly and lovingly tried to build and maintain from sinking, management continues to play music on the deck of the Titanic. Some may call your cause futile but they can never deny it is built on trying to be true to the people you serve internally and externally. Then one day you realize that the damage is irreparable and you won’t appease your new boss on the basis of what you know to be the complete antithesis of your soul. People still respect you inside for not selling out. You’re the real deal and secretly people respect you way more than they let on. Secretly they know they are ashamed of their insecurity.

So while I read many social media posts telling Abbott to ‘go away’, ‘quit’, ‘do us all a favour and go‘ I would argue that many of you are playing the man not the ball. Was he flawless? No. Was he well intentioned? Yes. He is the man that volunteers for the rural fire fighting service. He didn’t do it for point scoring, It was dedication to the cause. If indeed it was for point scoring then why would he bother to do it now he is on the backbench? Perhaps ask yourself one question – would you prefer a person of principle to be your boss or someone that would sell you down the river if you ever got in the way of their ambition? If you choose the latter it says a lot more about you than Tony Abbott.  As Churchill remarked, “You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life”

The media is petrified. If they weren’t they’d see no reason to give him any airtime.