The election campaign brought into focus how little difference there is between the two major parties, and how it is all but impossible for Australians to achieve real change. Many went into the polling booths knowing that their vote was not really for Canberra, but for Davos.
This captures the sentiment of many voters,
even before the results were announced...
Labor ran a campaign completely lacking in substance, save for announcing its major project: a scheme to assist new homebuyers by giving the government a 40% stake in their homes: this would put Australians well on the way to “owning nothing and being happy about it.” Prime Minister Albanese went on to use his victory speech to commit Australia, which has coal reserves among the greatest in the world, to becoming a “renewable energy superpower”. He also promised to shore up Australia’s unconstitutional universal healthcare system and increase access to childcare so that more women are incentivised to enter the workforce. Karl Marx would have been proud.
In another blow for democracy, it appears that no candidate from a new freedom-friendly party has secured a senate position and that the founder of the populist One Nation party, Pauline Hanson, will lose the senate seat she has held for six years.
The election had been marked by a novel phenomenon which indicated that the major parties were concerned about pushback from the Freedom movement: the rise of the ‘Teal’ independents. This was a group of newcomers who appeared to be independents but who were in reality funded by Labor and the Greens. Scattered around the country, these ‘independents’ ran predominantly on the issue of climate action. The strategy was devised to push disgruntled progressive voters away from the Freedom parties and back into the arms of the Left, and it was stunningly successful, with Teal candidates edging out sitting members from safe seats on both sides of the political spectrum.
In another blow for democracy, it appears that no candidate from a new freedom-friendly party has secured a senate position and that the founder of the populist One Nation party, Pauline Hanson, will lose the senate seat she has held for six years. This is an extremely disappointing result for those hundreds of thousands of Australians who have lost their jobs over mandates, who have been injured by COVID treatments or who suffered in any way from extreme lockdown measures.
The great losses for the Freedom movement happened despite roughly 6% of voters withdrawing their support for the historically conservative Liberal party and voting in favor of the minor parties on the right. The overall results also showed a swing away from Labor, as well, but under Australia’s preferential voting system, Labor was able to win the election with less than one-third of the primary vote.
With the fallout from Biden’s apparent theft of the US presidential election ongoing, it is no surprise that many are asking exactly how much Australian election results can be trusted.
No story about elections would be complete without a mention of electoral fraud. With the fallout from Biden’s apparent theft of the US presidential election ongoing, it is no surprise that many are asking exactly how much Australian election results can be trusted.
Even before the counting began, there were some red flags regarding one of the two ballot papers with which every voter must be issued. The Senate ballot papers contained an anomaly, supposedly a mistake: the names of some of the most popular anti-lockdown independants, such as Monica Smit, were omitted from a crucial section of the ballot paper. This meant that voters had to literally hunt for their preferred candidate, with some later saying they were too confused to vote for their predetermined candidate. Early voters who queried this with the Australian Electoral Commission hotline were told to leave those candidates out as they had been scratched at the last minute - a blatant lie.
Additionally, the AEC used for the first time this year a phone-in voting service. This was a means of allowing COVID-positive voters to cast their votes while in isolation at home. This innovation was introduced very quietly at the end of the election campaign, and little is known about the security or otherwise of the system.
The happily triple-jabbed who didn’t miss a week’s pay during the last few years of lockdowns, those who are childless by choice, those who can afford the latest in sustainable housing and transportation while able to jet about the world in carbon-offset bliss - those are the citizens who voted in the Teals in an angry-fisted salute to the major parties whom they deem too slow in their action on climate change.
Mainstream media is reporting the election results as proof that this was a ‘climate change’ election, and perhaps they are right. Hundreds of thousands of Australians from the laptop class - the happily triple-jabbed who didn’t miss a week’s pay during the last few years of lockdowns, those who are childless by choice, those who can afford the latest in sustainable housing and transportation while able to jet about the world in carbon-offset bliss - those are the citizens who voted in the Teals in an angry-fisted salute to the major parties whom they deem too slow in their action on climate change. That cohort has little interest in the effect of vaccine mandates on conscientious objectors or in the shadow which currently hangs over every nation on earth: losing its sovereignty under the WHO’s Pandemic Treaty.
While it’s true that the outgoing Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, was fully prepared to sign up to the Pandemic Treaty, Labor under Albanese is sure to accelerate Australia’s embrace of globalism. This outcome was clear to those who acknowledge the globalist maneuverings, but overlooked by those who stubbornly refuse to take the New World Order out of the conspiracy “theory” basket and put it in the conspiracy “fact” pile where it belongs. As Israeli politician Moshe Feiglin says,
“Throughout history, any successful power grab is aided by silence from the people who have the most to lose. Even if they are aware of what is happening. They tell themselves that it really won’t affect them, that the world will not change. The people want to believe the lie.”
Who has the most to lose by the imposition of a godless One World Government? The Catholic Church, of course. But far from alerting the faithful to the perils of voting for a party which was sure to entrench Australia’s position as a pawn for the globalists, the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference released a statement calling for Catholics to vote consistent with the vision of Pope Francis. Unsurprisingly this contained many omissions, instead promoting every woke agenda being put forward by both progressive and ‘conservative’ candidates
The Australian bishops have chosen to believe the lie that the WHO/WEF power grab won’t affect them. Most Australians, including most Catholics, have also chosen to believe the lie. Australia’s only hope had been to elect some freedom-loving candidates who could try to thwart the government’s agenda in the Federal parliament. Instead, our nation chose to put an environmentally-friendly millstone around its neck and to take its place in a disastrous race to the bottom.
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