The Australian politics thread

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Other Christian
Gold Member
The recent French presidential election was most likely rigged.
I recall some chatter about the last Canadian presidential election being rigged.
We all know the last U.S. presidential election was rigged to hell & back.

I would not be surprised if this recent Aus. election was rigged in some fashion as well.

I heard a somewhat curious statement by one of the compromised news flunkies last night, that this recent Aus. election had the highest amount of postal votes.

Could just be that a large number of folk were & are still scared of the China virus & kept their distance.
Could be a way in which the Sinister Swines rigged the vote.

Not that Australia's Westminster system of government isn't flawed to hell & back in & of itself anyway...
 

Laus Deo

Woodpecker
Orthodox
The recent French presidential election was most likely rigged.
I recall some chatter about the last Canadian presidential election being rigged.
We all know the last U.S. presidential election was rigged to hell & back.

I would not be surprised if this recent Aus. election was rigged in some fashion as well.

I heard a somewhat curious statement by one of the compromised news flunkies last night, that this recent Aus. election had the highest amount of postal votes.

Could just be that a large number of folk were & are still scared of the China virus & kept their distance.
Could be a way in which the Sinister Swines rigged the vote.

Not that Australia's Westminster system of government isn't flawed to hell & back in & of itself anyway...
Far easier to rig the outcome of an election in a system where you have 5-10 seats decided by 5,000 votes cumulatively than a national count like France/US.

Might explain how Labor won government despite its worst ever popular vote.
 

donovan

Sparrow
Orthodox Inquirer
Well, I hope you're all ready for more of the same nonsense and government intrusion we have seen here in vic, but on a federal level.
This is exactly what's going to happen.

Dan Andrews tyranny at the federal level. People are so utterly stupid. What's maddening is that so many people in Victoria and WA voted for the Labor Party after everything they've been subjected to.
 

donovan

Sparrow
Orthodox Inquirer
So serious question, as I haven't been able to find any objective analyses of the election:

Apart from outright election fraud, why on earth would Labor and Greens do so well? I'm legitimately shocked that some of the minor parties like One Nation and UAP performed terribly, and people would choose Greens candidates as an alternative.
 

donovan

Sparrow
Orthodox Inquirer
Most people have just completely given up here in Victoria. I now know no one unvaxxed outside of my wife and children. Even the "tough" guys submitted and shot up their own children. (women all run the households here btw)

Times will get even tougher. Stay strong brothers.
Yeah a lot of people I know from church in Brisbane who had their eyes open in the beginning have capitulated and now look at my family like we're a bunch of freaks.

We've got a holiday booked in June to America to visit in-laws. I think we'll have a chat tonight about making it a permanent move back before Albo makes it illegal for us to board a plane. Australia is just too far gone.
 

hedonist

Kingfisher
Other Christian
Yeah a lot of people I know from church in Brisbane who had their eyes open in the beginning have capitulated and now look at my family like we're a bunch of freaks.

We've got a holiday booked in June to America to visit in-laws. I think we'll have a chat tonight about making it a permanent move back before Albo makes it illegal for us to board a plane. Australia is just too far gone.
So serious question, as I haven't been able to find any objective analyses of the election:

Apart from outright election fraud, why on earth would Labor and Greens do so well? I'm legitimately shocked that some of the minor parties like One Nation and UAP performed terribly, and people would choose Greens candidates as an alternative.

Yes its mind blowing seeing the Green vote....
Will be interesting to see if Australia goes the way of Canada with flying....I can't get a win at all.
 

SeaEagle

Robin
Catholic
Where have Aussies escaped to? Canada is milliseconds behind you as I see it. It would be nice to know where to take my small fiat nest egg and dwindling hope. I was thinking Poland but they're keen on poking the Russian bear as of late.
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Other Christian
Gold Member
The Globalists must be somewhat surprised & quite amused at the result. After everything that has occurred after the last three years.

Granted the actual result is manipulated by whom each party puts forth as leader, along with manipulated media etc.

Yet for the NPC Drones to engage with the election, volunteer as campaign or election staff, along with the general trends of how they voted.

Yeah. I imagine the Globalists are rather amused.
Said Sinister Swines probably take it as a reason to justify their actions.

If the NPC Drones vote for tyranny. Well hell. That is exactly what they'll get...
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Other Christian
Gold Member

How Australia may take a hard-turn Left with Labor 'beholden' to the Greens and teal independents after getting its LOWEST primary vote in a century​

  • Anthony Albanese has won government but will need support from the Greens
  • This has led to fears Australia will lurch to the left with more taxing and spending
  • Nationals Senator Matt Canavan also warned new government would be 'woke'
  • 'You go woke, you go broke so let's just sit back and get the popcorn out,' he said
 

Laus Deo

Woodpecker
Orthodox
So serious question, as I haven't been able to find any objective analyses of the election:

Apart from outright election fraud, why on earth would Labor and Greens do so well? I'm legitimately shocked that some of the minor parties like One Nation and UAP performed terribly, and people would choose Greens candidates as an alternative.
The sheeple think voting Green will make the rains and fires stop. Just like they thought that kicking out Djokovic would rid Australia of corona...

Seriously though, it's a nothing-to-lose vote from people who have nothing: The biggest failure of the conservatives in the last 9 years along with the erosion of privacy/human rights and approving sodomite 'marriage' was to overinflate the housing market to the point where the dream of owning a home became so unachievable for many Australians under 40. Hard to vote conservative when you have nothing to conserve.

The Green/teal vote in the rich electorates is part virtue signal and part class warfare: an expensive carbon tax won't make a jot of difference to a Telsa owner in Toorak or Vaucluse but it will keep the poor in the outer suburbs poor. Which is what the rich want.
 

Sanctus

Robin
Protestant
I knew Labor were going to win. There was absolutely no way the Libs could pull this off, Morrison had become a liability to everyone involved; too Liberal for the his own base, and far too conservative - or at least having the appearance of one in the eyes of normies - for city voters, he ended up becoming quite a divisive figure. Instead of listening to his base, he did what he has always done and appeased both with policies that pleased neither.
This is becoming increasingly common for so-called 'Conservative' parties in the West, a refusal to just double-down on things that may indeed be divisive. After all, this is what separates thought, right? This is how people and parties themselves distinguish themselves from the other guy, right?
Another thing was their obsession with chasing the votes of people who were never going to vote for them anyway. Why court inner-city women and 2nd generation wogs when they pretty much will never give you a vote?
It's absurd to think that you should be everything to everyone. And ultimately, that's what this iteration of the Liberals became - a party trying to give everyone something, but no one wanted what they were selling.

Also, people like me voted against them due to their inaction during the lockdowns and the worst of the riots. The Premiers were, and still are, out of control and showing zero signs of slowing down. There was little to no effort to rein them in, and the constant refrain of "Well, that's an issue for the States to decide" was a middle finger to everyone who dared go against the ridiculous things put upon us in the name 'public health'. People like myself ended up splitting the vote because neither Labor or Liberal even mentioned this crap durig the campaign - we had been totally forgotten about. Well, I have a long memory.
 
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CynicalContrarian

Owl
Other Christian
Gold Member
...to overinflate the housing market to the point where the dream of owning a home became so unachievable for many Australians under 40...

...This is becoming increasingly common for so-called 'Conservative' parties in the West, a refusal to just double-down on things that may indeed be divisive...

Fair bet.
It's all part of the plan...

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dasher

Woodpecker
Non-Christian
After what state/territory Labor governments put us through over the past 2.5 years, the public still voted them in at the federal level, effectively endorsing lockdowns and vaccine mandates. Can't even use the excuse of low turnout since we have compulsory voting. Australians really care nothing whatsoever about freedom. Incredibly depressing outcome.

If LNP at the federal level were adamantly against the state lockdowns and mandates, it'd be a different story. They were unwilling or unable to set themselves against the states and paid the price.

In my state, I'd view the federal LNP as having zero impact on any regained liberties, and they made no effect to protect them as they were being stripped away over the last two years.

I put them above Labor and Greens, but that's all I was willing to do.

The complete failure of UAP and similar parties to capture a notable share of the vote is the true disappointment.
 

Ouroboros

Woodpecker
If LNP at the federal level were adamantly against the state lockdowns and mandates, it'd be a different story. They were unwilling or unable to set themselves against the states and paid the price.

In my state, I'd view the federal LNP as having zero impact on any regained liberties, and they made no effect to protect them as they were being stripped away over the last two years.

I put them above Labor and Greens, but that's all I was willing to do.

The complete failure of UAP and similar parties to capture a notable share of the vote is the true disappointment.

True, I'm not a fan of the Liberal party, I only put them above Labor, Greens and Animal Justice Party (in the lower house). That said, there were a small handful of Liberal party members who spoke out in favour of civil liberties which is at least more than can be said for Labor.

I'm mostly disappointed in the public for endorsing covid tyranny by voting either Labor or Greens and their lack of support for the pro-freedom minor parties. Especially here in Victoria.

Governments come and go but when the population is this brainwashed it's hard to see how things can ever improve.
 
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Vasily Martian

Sparrow
Orthodox
1. Before COVID, most Australians couldn't have given a crap about climate change.

2. Over the last few years, Australians have been hit constantly over the with COVID news, experienced harsh lockdowns, were force 'vaccinated' with experimental gene therapy that the vast majority of people didn't want, and heard hardly a thing about climate change.

3. At yesterday's election, all Australians could think about - apparently - was climate change.

4. This doesn't compute and causes me to think that the election was rigged in a big way.
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Other Christian
Gold Member
True, I'm not a fan of the Liberal party, I only put them above Labor, Greens and Animal Justice Party (in the lower house). That said, there were a small handful of Liberal party members who spoke out in favour of civil liberties which is at least more than can be said for Labor.

I'm mostly disappointed in the public for endorsing covid tyranny by voting either Labor or Greens and their lack of support for the pro-freedom minor parties. Especially here in Victoria.

Governments come and go but when the population is this brainwashed it's hard to see how things can ever improve.

Tis a bit ironic.

The godless so fear death & any consequence afterwards; that they act in foolish ways.
Yet by acting in foolish ways (injections / abiding tyranny), they simply hasten their own deaths...
 

Sanctus

Robin
Protestant
1. Before COVID, most Australians couldn't have given a crap about climate change.

2. Over the last few years, Australians have been hit constantly over the with COVID news, experienced harsh lockdowns, were force 'vaccinated' with experimental gene therapy that the vast majority of people didn't want, and heard hardly a thing about climate change.

3. At yesterday's election, all Australians could think about - apparently - was climate change.

4. This doesn't compute and causes me to think that the election was rigged in a big way.
3 was what stumped me. Maybe I haven't been paying attention, but where on earth did all these climate change-fearing, rich, liberal, female Teals come from? Areas I am very familiar with here in Vic turned teal in the blink of an eye.
 
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