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If you were to ask most Australians when Aborigines got the right to vote and most would say 1967. The referendum in that year is remembered as a turning point in attitudes toward Aboriginal rights. In one of the few ‘yes’ votes since federation, 90.77 per cent of Australians voted to change the Constitution to allow the Commonwealth to make laws for Aborigines and to include them in the census. However, the referendum didn’t give Aborigines the right to vote. They already legally had it, their rights go back to colonial times.
When Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania and South Australia framed their constitutions in the 1850s they gave voting rights to all male British subjects over 21, which of course included Aboriginal men in the eyes of the law. And in 1895 when South Australia gave women the right to vote and sit in Parliament, Aboriginal women shared the right. It was only Queensland and Western Australia that barred Aborigines from voting.
Very few Aborigines knew about their rights so very few voted. But some eventually did. Point McLeay, a mission station near the mouth of the Murray, got a polling station in the 1890s. Aboriginal men and women voted there in South Australian elections and voted for the first Commonwealth Parliament in 1901.
That first Commonwealth Parliament was elected by State voters but when it met it had to decide who should be entitled to vote for it in future. Three groups attracted debate. Women had votes in some States but not in others, so had Aborigines. And there were some Chinese, Indian and other non-white people who had become permanent residents before the introduction of the White Australia immigration policy.
The debates reflected the racist temper of the times with references to savages, slaves, cannibals, idolaters and Aboriginal names that have thankfully been relegated to the Archives. The Senate voted to let Aborigines vote but the House of Representatives defeated them. The 1902 Franchise Act gave women a Commonwealth vote but Aborigines and other ‘coloured’ people were excluded unless entitled under section 41 of the Constitution.
Section 41 said that anyone with a State vote must be allowed a Commonwealth vote. South Australia got that clause into the Constitution to ensure that South Australian women would have Commonwealth votes whether or not the Commonwealth Parliament decided to enfranchise all Australian women. The Commonwealth did enfranchise all women so they did not need section 41.
And yet it was not until the 1960′s that people began to recognise the need to change our opinions and thoughts meaning Aboriginal people were to be treated the same as any other Australian.
And here in lies the rub. Aboriginal activists were not happy to work with this change of opinion before moving their cause forward, instead they started more and more fights for rights and instead of consolidating on their wins, started to turn public opinion against them because they were making claims that was unfair on the Australians that supported their cause and by 1972 they set up a tent Embassy outside Parliament House to protest over mining rights on Aboriginal land in 1974 a Second Report of the Aboriginal Land Commission (The Woodward Report) is tabled, acknowledging Aboriginal people’s link with the land; ‘to deny Aborigines the right to prevent mining on their land is to deny the reality of their land rights’. His report is accepted in principle by all political parties and most states.
This allows the Australian Aborigine the right to not allow mining on THEIR lands where the rest of Australians have not got these same tights, even though we have purchased the land.
It is time to recognise All Australian Land owners should have the same rights as the Australian Aborigine over their land, and mining cannot occur without the Land Owners permission. Government should not have the right to decide this. And now is the time to act, we are in a position to force our Government to change the rules and to give all landowners the entire right over and under their property.
In today’s age we are seeing more attacks on Christianity and this is heartbreaking that minority groups can have such a negative impact on our lives, but now another of our great beliefs is under attack by this same Politically Correct Dumpster,……. Christmas
Whether you believe it to be the date we celebrate the birth of Christ, or if you just believe in Santa Claus, Christmas is celebrated by the vast majority of Australian American, and English population. It is the same principle that was used by Francis Pharcellus Church used on 21 September 1897 n response to a young 8 yo girl we all know of by the name of Virginia
|“DEAR EDITOR: I am 8 years old.
“Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus.
“Papa says, ‘If you see it in THE SUN it’s so.’
“Please tell me the truth; is there a Santa Claus?
VIRGINIA, your little friends are wrong. They have been affected by the scepticism of a sceptical age. They do not believe except they see. They think that nothing can be which is not comprehensible by their little minds. All minds, Virginia, whether they be men’s or children’s, are little. In this great universe of ours man is a mere insect, an ant, in his intellect, as compared with the boundless world about him, as measured by the intelligence capable of grasping the whole of truth and knowledge.
Yes, VIRGINIA, there is a Santa Claus. He exists as certainly as love and generosity and devotion exist, and you know that they abound and give to your life its highest beauty and joy. Alas! how dreary would be the world if there were no Santa Claus. It would be as dreary as if there were no VIRGINIAS. There would be no childlike faith then, no poetry, no romance to make tolerable this existence. We should have no enjoyment, except in sense and sight. The eternal light with which childhood fills the world would be extinguished.
Not believe in Santa Claus! You might as well not believe in fairies! You might get your papa to hire men to watch in all the chimneys on Christmas Eve to catch Santa Claus, but even if they did not see Santa Claus coming down, what would that prove? Nobody sees Santa Claus, but that is no sign that there is no Santa Claus. The most real things in the world are those that neither children nor men can see. Did you ever see fairies dancing on the lawn? Of course not, but that’s no proof that they are not there. Nobody can conceive or imagine all the wonders there are unseen and unseeable in the world.
You may tear apart the baby’s rattle and see what makes the noise inside, but there is a veil covering the unseen world which not the strongest man, nor even the united strength of all the strongest men that ever lived, could tear apart. Only faith, fancy, poetry, love, romance, can push aside that curtain and view and picture the supernal beauty and glory beyond. Is it all real? Ah, VIRGINIA, in all this world there is nothing else real and abiding.
No Santa Claus! Thank God! he lives, and he lives forever. A thousand years from now, Virginia, nay, ten times ten thousand years from now, he will continue to make glad the heart of childhood.
This is truly the magic of Christmas whether you can see it does not mean it isn’t so, but whether you believe is what matters and the more people believe the more the magic continues.
It is due to this we must tell the PC brigade to crawl back under their rock and make it clear that we believe.
If you do believe please say so in the comments below, and let’s keep the wolves from the door of Christmas.
Chris Evans was Minister for Immigration and Citizenship in the Rudd Government. Kevin Rudd was a believer in a “Big Australia” and projected a population in Australia of 35-6 million by 2050. The population of Australia was 21,727,158. In August 2011.
The Rudd Government dismantled several components of the Howard Government’s approach to unauthorised arrival immigration policy by March 2008 – it abandoned offshore processing of asylum seekers and temporary protection visa arrangements, which the Coalition had halted the trade in people smuggling from Indonesia to Australia, but these measures the Labor Party said were ineffective and inhumane. The issue of asylum seeker policy remained controversial through the term of the Rudd Government. The number of asylum seeker boat arrivals increased throughout the period and the handling of the issue was identified by supporters of Julia Gillard’s challenge to Kevin Rudd as a motivating factor in his replacement.
On 8 February 2008, the Rudd government ended the Howard government’s Pacific Solution. In May 2008, the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre said the Department of Immigration and Citizenship was rejecting asylum seeker applications at a higher rate than under the previous government, the minister responsible, Chris Evans, had intervened in 170 rejected claims overturning the decisions.
In July 2008, the Government announced changes to mandatory detention policies, ceasing the detention of children, there were no children in detention when Rudd became PM, and making legal advice available to unauthorised arrivals. In April 2009, due to an increase in illegal entry vessels and a fatal explosion due to sabotage on one of these vessels, the government announced a new strategy of offering financial support to Indonesia to assist in their efforts to reduce people smuggling to Australia.
Unauthorised boat arrivals in Australia increased from 161 people in 2008 to nearly 3000 people in 2009. In response, Rudd had a conversation with the President of Indonesia on 20 October to intercept vessels bound for Australia. The government had made provisions to house refugees in spare demountable housing on Christmas Island, as the detention centre there was becoming crowded. In 2010, as the Christmas Island facility reached its official capacity, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees noted in its annual report that despite global refugee numbers remaining steady, there was a 29% increase in asylum claims for 2009. This supported claims that the government’s policy changes had led to the increase.
In October 2009, the MV Oceanic Viking was involved in an emergency operation rescuing 78 Sri Lankan asylum seekers in international waters within the Indonesian sea rescue zone. Those rescued were due to be landed in Indonesia, for transfer to an Australia-funded immigration detention centre on the Indonesian island of Bintan. However, the asylum seekers refused to disembark until 18 November, following assurances of fast-tracked processing of their cases for resettlement. In the Australian Parliament, Rudd described this assurance as “non-extraordinary”. According to Geoff Kitney, a Fairfax journalist who has covered immigration since the 1980s, his explanation of the terms of the agreement left the impression that, at the very least, he knew it would be difficult to show that the deal was not a cave-in. The Sri Lankan government said the deal would encourage more people to risk the ocean journey to Australia. A representative of the United Nations Commission for Refugees told The Australian newspaper that the deal was bad practice and would encourage similar behaviour.
By May 2010, a boatload of refugees were arriving daily causing overcrowding on Christmas Island, West Australian Premier Colin Barnett has been told by Immigration Minister Chris Evans that up to 90 asylum seekers will move to an unused mining camp near Leonora, which is more than 800 kilometres north-east of Perth, within days. Resettlement programs
Despite an election promise to process 90 per cent of claims for protection visas within 90 days, Immigration Department figures in October 2009 showed no improvement in the speed of processing claims since the change of government. As a proportion of the immigration intake, Australia accepted fewer refugees in 2009 than it did at any time under the Howard government.
The government has been accepting more refugees from regional conflicts as the number of Africans fleeing to Australia has declined. There has been a notable spike in Chin Burmese and Rohingya Burmese refugees being accepted from camps in Thailand and Bangladesh respectively. Almost 1400 Burmese refugees were accepted in the first six months of 2009. They were quietly resettled in northern Brisbane, in spite of a nationalist backlash against refugees that was developing in Queensland.
There have been 27,192 boat arrivals in the 4 years of the Labor government when in 2008 the Howard Pacific Solution was dismantled by the Labor regime in 2008 . This is twice the number of arrivals during the 11 years and 8 months of the Howard Government.
Now in 2012 we are hearing THE cost of charter flights to transport asylum seekers to Nauru and between overcrowded detention centres in Australia is now costing taxpayers an average of at least $6.1 million a month.
Official tender notices from the Department of Immigration reveal a total of 57 tenders for special air charter services have been issued at a cost of $36.7 million for the six months to February 15, 2013.
With a rising number of people in detention, more flights are being leased to move asylum seekers between overcrowded detention centres and to capital cities under the new community release policy.
One tender marked “to various locations” was issued at a cost of $15 million for 23 days of service and is believed to include the transfer of asylum seekers to Nauru and the return of failed Sri Lankan asylum seekers.
The figures DID NOT include the extra cost of commercial flights to transport asylum seekers around the network, which the department claimed accounted for the majority of flights.
The horrendous cost of this government’s failed asylum seeker policies Well over $2billion shows Chris Bowen and this Governments total lack of commitment to stemming the flow of these arrivals in my opinion for them to prove to the UN Masters their humanitarian credentials.
It is 16 days till Christmas and not a creature was stirring, well that is how it feels at a Shopping Centre now. For the past few years I have heard people say it does not feel like Christmas and others struggle to raise their Christmas Spirit. The problem is very simple and very disturbing, ‘POLITICAL CORRECTNESS’ I don’t hear the Traditional Christmas songs playing constantly any more, and Christmas decorations aren’t every where you look.
This means you see customers as they are every day rather than the smiling people who exist when Christmas is openly acknowledged and the magical tunes of Christmas are played. You see shop assistants smiling, and their customers are also, you even see people openly acknowledge strangers and wish them a Merry Christmas, where for a lot of the year they just aren’t that friendly.
We go for walks around the neighbourhood and at this time of year people you don’t know say hello and give you the Season Greetings, kids are excitedly talking about Christmas and what they want and even some pets dress up and greet passers by happily. And the result is a feeling of Euphoria in the Community, it is a time of year when the spirit of goodwill for others is at it’s highest.
But instead our atheist Communist Government is giving Christmas a big Baa humbug and listening to minority groups instead of Continuing our Christian beliefs and giving Christmas the place it deserves in Australia. If you are not Christian don’t celebrate it, but also work on the Public holidays as well, you can’t have it both ways. I know of non Christians that celebrate Christmas not as the birth of Christ, but as a celebration of family and giving, so their children can enjoy the spirit of Christmas as well.
We can’t as a Nation allow this to be taken away from us, it is an important time of year for Christians, children Families and the Community, to actually smile again if only for a short period in the year.
Merry Christmas every one
In my blog http://takebackaustralia.aussieblogs.com.au/2012/12/06/just-another-union-hack/ I made a point Mr McArdle was a Industrial Relations Lawyer.
Now he has made my point for me in a interview with Ben Fordham where he stated “Craig Thomson never authorised payments for prostitutes and even if he did it was a slip of the tongue”or words to that effect.
Well Mr McArdle as Ben Fordham will no doubt point out as I emailed him these details for easy reference. That on 01 August 2011 in a interview with Michael Smith he did in fact admit to authorising the payments hear it here, the actual admission is at the 11:30 of http://youtu.be/AC3-P7boTPM , and it was only a slip of the tongue because you would have wished he didn’t say it as far as your defence is concerned.
I am proud to say in this matter Take Back Australia and the Australian TEA Party have been at the forefront of accurate blogging in regard to this matter and at times even ahead of the events being released via the media. The below are the blogs on this issue:
It would seem Lawyers who practice Industrial law have a crude mouth to match the unions themselves. I listened in horror as Craig Thomson’s Lawyer Chris McArdle.
Chris McArdle is one of approximately forty lawyers in New South Wales accredited by the Law Society of New South Wales as a specialist in Employment and Industrial Law. Chris has been in legal practice since 1988 and prior to that, served as a Commissioner of the Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales. Before his appointment to the Commission, he had been a union official for nine years, including five years as the Organiser of the Labor Council of NSW.
Mr McArdle acts for corporate and individual clients with a philosophy of preventing problems and increasing corporate efficiency. Chris has achieved a number of breakthroughs in the anti-discrimination, unfair contracts and Australian Workplace Agreements Jurisdictions.
This is a interesting choice of lawyer by a Senator that is alleged to have committed Fraud.
In October, Mr McCardle lashed out at Mr Abbott, challenging him to produce evidence if he was making allegations of criminal wrongdoing by the Member for Dobell or ”shut his mouth”.
In a interesting interview with the AM show Mr McArdle showed he was capable of dropping a clanger or two. He said in one part ”There are certain elements of it that may be time barred because of the time limits in the legislation, some of it. For the entire part, it is a series of false allegations. Mr Thomson did not use other people’s money, that is the union’s money, for any improper purpose at all, on no occasion. Mr Thomson is innocent, particularly – it has to be stated for the record – he is particularly innocent of having paid people to have sex with him, either using other people’s money or using his own money.
And I advise very, very strongly anybody saying otherwise to stop saying it.
“In another part he said “ Mr McArdle told Lexi Metherell part of the case could be thrown out, depending on the outcome of a separate case before the courts.
CHRIS MCARDLE: That point of whether or not there are certain statutory limitations in timing under the Fair Work Act, that very question is being considered. There’s an appeal judgement pending on that.
LEXI METHERELL: And what parts of the case would you be seeking to have thrown out?
CHRIS MCARDLE: Thrown out? Well thrown out’s a loaded word. We are not go… some of it is way out of time. But part of us would really like to have the entire thing exposed for what it is, which is without substance.
In this he has made too much of the term “innocent of having paid people to have sex with him” He does not state he was innocent of paying for the Prostitutes to have sex with others though, the trick for Lawyers is in the wording they use.
Mr Thomson filed a 28-page defence with the Federal Court on Tuesday in an action brought against him by Fair Work Australia.
The MP has denied most of the claims made against him by the national industrial umpire, and has demanded that some allegations be dropped altogether because, he argues, Fair Work Australia does not have the power to pursue them as they happened too many years ago.
Mr Thomson’s hearing is set to begin on February 1 in Melbourne.
Mr Thomson faces civil action over the unauthorised use of union credit cards to pay for prostitutes, and cash advances totalling more than $102,337.45.
Due to the Defence they are relying on, it would seem Mr Thomson may not be able to justify his claim of innocence. They are relying on Time Limitations, other Court proceedings, and specific wording to defend their claims of innocence.
The last part of the interview was also of interest as in the Daily Telegraph of 10 May 2012 it was revealed: he has “for months” been receiving legal assistance from the ALP to fight his sleaze allegations.
The ALP last night confirmed it agreed last September to engage lawyers Holding Redlich to assist him in the Fair Work Australia inquiry, which found he improperly spent $500,000 of Health Services Union funds.
Mr Thomson appears to have broken parliamentary rules by failing to declare the assistance in the MPs pecuniary interest register. He updated his register last night after The Daily Telegraph began making inquiries into the breach. Mr Thomson last night claimed he had not broken parliamentary rules because he had only received financial assistance from the ALP “within the last two weeks”.
“I am well within my timeframe. The rules are that you make a declaration within 28 days and I have amended it tonight,” he said.
But a spokesman for the NSW ALP said last night: “The ALP finance and administrative committee resolved to provide him assistance in September last year.” The spokesman said the assistance had been provided by Holding Redlich “for months” and the lawyers had been paid regularly. He said Labor stopped paying Mr Thomson’s legal bills when Prime Minister Julia Gillard suspended him from the party.
And yet nothing ever happened about Thomson’s failure to declare the Interest back in September 2011 ??
McArdle was asked about his own fees below:
LEXI METHERELL: Are you acting pro bono for Mr Thomson?
CHRIS MCARDLE: No.
LEXI METHERELL: Is there any possibility that your client could be bankrupted by his legal fees?
CHRIS MCARDLE: Well I hope not.
LEXI METHERELL: Have you had any discussions with your client about whether he could afford to pay the costs and the fines in the case that he did lose the case?
CHRIS MCARDLE: There’s no need to have that discussion. He’s not going to lose.
This makes me wonder who is funding Thomson’s legal fees as Thomson would not be able to meet these costs himself.???
Here is an example of 2 things :
- How badly the Socialist Governments treat our Defence Forces,
- What has happened to our Defence Forces with all the Cutbacks
I spent 9 years in the RAAF at a time we were fairly well staffed, and the possibility of anyone going on strike were ZERO.
Having said that, I do not blame these Army Pilots for taking the action they have. These are our brave troops that may need to take these into battle at any time. Who is looking after their interest, certainly not this Government, they have continued to hit our Forces with budget cuts. I guess they just don’t matter to this Government, and this means they are forced to do the one thing no service man in the past would consider doing. Going on strike. There are no Unions in the Defence Force, therefore there is no pressure on this Government, who bows to Unions demands. So what was left for these men to do, except take the extraordinary step of refusing to fly these Choppers until the fault is fixed.
As long as they have not been given a direct order, they can’t be court marshalled for failure to obey, and they won’t be charged with dereliction of duty if they remain ready to fly and are just waiting for a safety measure to be fixed. This means they would have to be charged with Mutiny, and under the circumstances I am not sure the Government would want to do this as it would become far too embarrassing for them.
I say on this instance kudos to these pilots, they were left with no choice as this Government has failed in it’s duty and it’s commitment to our Armed Services.
This PM is acting against our countries interest yet again, now, ASYLUM seekers in Indonesia have swung into party mode and labelled Julia Gillard a “hero” after learning they will receive welfare payments and rent assistance should they make it to Australia by boat.
The wannabe citizens are ecstatic the government has conceded detention centres are beyond maximum capacity and that asylum seekers would need to be released into the community while their applications for refugee status were processed.
They would be given financial and housing support – as well as free basic health care – a massive boost from their current financial status in Indonesia where many are struggling to afford food.
However the asylum seekers, based in Puncak, 80 km from Jakarta, said they feared Liberal leader Tony Abbott would be successful in his bid to become prime minister.
We are about to be inundated with Indonesian Asylum seekers and pay them money we currently don’t have. This means increasing our debt level, increasing taxes and reducing payouts to Australians.
Another failure of a Gillard Policy
Mr Pyne says Ms Gillard invited questioning three weeks ago.
“The Prime Minister was standing up at the dispatch box and screeching across the chamber ‘If you’ve got a question to ask me, ask me’,” she said. ”So we’ve asked all week questions to her, and she doesn’t answer them.” Is this a surprise though? To date Ms Gillard has answered no questions in relation to her past and whether she still adheres to these views
Meanwhile, Mr Emerson says it is a shame the final sitting day will involve more mudslinging. ”Normally we have valedictories. We wish each other a happy Christmas,” he said.
“[Instead] we’ll have to go in there with our galoshes, our gumboots, our raincoats because they’re going to come in and tip more mud.”
Has she earned the nation’s confidence? Are Australians willing to risk their and their family’s future on this?
The faceless men behind her fear that the ‘Real Julia’ is so far out of line with mainstream Australian views, that she would be un-electable if people knew what she really stands for.
Is this new found moderation one she endorses, or are the faceless men merely applying the appalling strategy of ‘the end justifies the means’ (or ‘whatever it takes’)?
She is on the record as declaring that the left can only advance its radical views “by giving strategic support for Labor Governments”. Views which would compromise our democracy, hard-won prosperity, and freedoms.
“We need,” she insisted “to recognise the only possibility for major social change is under a long period of Labor administration. Within that administration the left needs to be willing to participate to shape political outcomes, recognising the need to except (sic) often unpalatable compromises in the short term to bolster the prospect of future advance.”
I will make it clear that I fully support Ms. Gillard’s right, under our functioning democracy, to hold whatever views she likes. What concerns me is that she is not making it clear to Australians what those views are and whether her current moderate image is no more than one of those unpalatable compromises she refers to, one necessary in 2010 to advance a radical agenda, as she says to “move forward”? But to ‘move forward’ to where? Some sort of left-wing utopia?
She has made it clear that she does no believe in God. We know what she openly believed in, from her involvement, even as an MP, in the Socialist Forum. And so the Royal Commission into Paedophilia in the Catholic Church is a concern. this is far too selective, and fits in with her own beliefs of the destruction of religion.
Curiously, aside from Alan Jones, there seems to be no record of Ms. Gillard being formally asked in this campaign whether she has renounced her previously held and then publicised socialist agenda. And if she has renounced them, precisely when did she do so, how did she do so and what were her reasons?
It is reasonable then to fear that Ms. Gillard is desperately seeking to sweep her past under the rug, highly moderating what the public is exposed to … damage control at its finest.
A perfect example is Julia Gillard’s recent interview with Alan Jones on 2GB. When asked some confronting questions about her socialist past, and apparent recent conversion, she became quite agitated and obviously uncomfortable. Although trying to move on as quickly as possible, Alan Jones quite properly was not put off and, in his unique style, kept pushing.
When it was revealed by a diligent reporter that the transcript posted to the ALP website censored reference to this exchange, it was then corrected. The feeble explanation offered was that it was some oversight in the transcribing process.
While President of the Student Union, she espoused these outrageous policies below
Some of the policies that the student union adopted are detailed below:
- Adopted a policy on prostitution which, in part, said “Prostitution takes many forms and is not only the exchange of money for sex … Prostitution in marriage is the transaction of sex in return for love, security and housekeeping”.
- Supported all varieties of abortion, including during late term pregnancy.
- Asserted that ALL men exercise the threat of rape, ranging from subtle appeals to a woman’s mistaken sense of obligation, to direct threats, blackmail and even physical force.
- Declared 1983 to be the International Year of the Lesbian, in an era when globally, issues such as the threat of nuclear conflict were at the forefront of mainstream concern.
- Grudgingly conceded that heterosexual coupling was a legitimate norm on campus.
- Declared that ‘All women are oppressed because they are women’.
- Supported the use of self-evaluation (students marking their own work!) in preference to independent, formal assessment by qualified academics. This policy extended to school students.
- Supported banning any government funding to non-government schools.
- Supported infiltrating objective education programs to manipulate the curriculum, to covertly influence students’ perceptions of social order.
Julia Gillard’s involvement with radical organisations did not end with the AUS. In 1984 Ms. Gillard became a prominent member of The Socialist Forum, the parliamentary register of interests stating that she remained a member until 2002 (well into her parliamentary career, which began in 1998).
Originally consisting of ex-members of the Victorian branch of Communist Party and some Labor Party members, the forum aimed to create a socialist/feminist society through Labor governments.
The problem we are now faced with is that Julia Gillard is in highest political office in the country. Any hindrances to her putting in place her own fringe agenda no longer exists.
She has demonstrated over time that she believes ‘the end justifies the means’. With little regard for democratic stability, she was a key player in ousting then Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd. Her chameleon-like strategy for social reform, is to get into government at any cost, allowing her to implement her plans.
Once in power, she has brought about a radical agenda. And her slick style, means it will continue to be so sly that not enough people will notice, until it is too late. Unless of course we wake up in time! and banish this Government by such large numbers it is cleansing Labor of the Communist regime that is currently leaving a foul stench over the landscape in Australia.
Ms Gillard, her regime, The Unions and the Asian partners of Gillard are relying on her continued destruction of our Australia. And it will be a fight to the Bitter End in order to dislodge this collection of desperate s, who see this as the best chance yet to make Australia another Country over run by Communist influences.
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