Wednesday, July 31, 2013


The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption has today exposed the rottenness at the heart of the NSW Labor Party and the rottenness at the heart of the Labor Party nationally.

Despite all of Mr Rudd’s talk, nothing has changed.

Federal Labor is still dominated by NSW Labor.

Mr Rudd is only Prime Minister because the New South Wales Labor Party put him there.

Many of his senior ministers, including Senator Carr, Mr Albanese and Mr Burke, have been close associates of Mr Obeid and Mr Macdonald.

Mr Rudd is the major beneficiary of the activities of the New South Wales Labor machine, but now he is trying to wash his hands of these findings.

Mr Rudd must now come clean on the linkages between the corruption in the New South Wales Labor Party and the Labor culture in Canberra.

He must also take real action to remove the senior officials and candidates who remain intrinsic parts of federal Labor’s campaign.

The only way to fix Labor is to vote it out of office.

Today, I released the Coalition’s policy to lift the standards of Australia’s trade unions.  We will do what Labor has failed to do - ensure Australia’s trade unions conduct themselves to the highest ethical standards.  You can read our policy here.

Only the Coalition offers Australia the strong, stable and accountable government that our country deserves.


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Monday, July 29, 2013

krudd: Wonderful


Kruddite party behind in all real polls. How is Kokoda Kevvie doing?

Krudd not koping. :)

Sunday, July 28, 2013

9/11 Foreshadowing | Hollywood Subliminals

This has led many to conjecture as The Lone Gunmen co-writer and The X-Files producer Frank Spotnitz exclaimed: ‘What’s disturbing about it to me is, you think as a fiction writer that if you can imagine this scenario, then the people in power in the government who are there to imagine disaster scenarios can imagine it, too.’ (TV Guide 21 June 2001). In fact, following 9/11 the US government ‘cobbled together a group of film and television writers and asked them to create fantastic terrorism scenarios, so that thought could be given to (and preparations made for?) possible responses to unthinkable horrors’ (Martin 20 June 2002). Who knows what the fruit of their thoughts will be? But, the next time you watch a movie look closer.

9/11 Foreshadowing | Hollywood Subliminals

That certain members of such groups have infiltrated or collude with Hollywood’s elite writers, directors, actors or production designers to communicate their goals to each other is undisputed given that Hollywood has amended scripts, altered storylines and revised history at the behest of government, military and intelligence officials (Campbell 29 August 2001). Even now, controversy surrounds the pilot episode of Chris Carter’s The X-Files spin-off The Lone Gunmen wherein a secret faction of the US government, posing as foreign terrorists, hijacks a commercial airliner by remote control and targets the World Trade Centre (Killtown 30 January 2005). Written by Vince Gilligan, John Shiban and Frank Spotnitz would it be farfetched to suppose that one or more contributors to the show had inside information?
In a recent series of interviews with Alex Jones Prison Planet Dean Haglund, who played the role of Richard ‘Ringo’ Langly in The X-Files and The Lone Gunmen, revealed that the writers of these shows had links to the FBI and NASA, who supplied material for their show (Jones 17 December 2004 00:15:39-00:15:56). He also asserted that for the past twenty years the CIA has hired informants to attend Hollywood functions for conveying trends and concerns and related his encounter with one such informant who works as a psychic in Hollywood:
“She was at a Hollywood party where Chris Carter was standing in the corner in a tuxedo looking very out of place. And she went up to him and said, ‘Whatever you’re working on right now is going to make you millions of dollars’. And it was just before he started The X-Files. So she was a psychic who predicted the success of The X-Files not knowing what the project was or who he was. And then when I asked her, ‘What were you doing at the Hollywood party?’ she said that she was working for the CIA and that she would get e-mails telling her to go to this party and that party. And there’d be swanky affairs in the Hollywood hills and her name would always be on the guest list (she never knew how that happened). And then she would just go hang out at the party, and then at the end of the night go back and e-mail what she talked about. And she didn’t really know where the e-mail went or who this person was, but then she would get a cheque. And it turns out that was the CIA and they were just, you know, keeping tabs on what was being talked about at Hollywood parties with the producers and the creators because film is one of the, you know, major foreign policy tools that are out there….”
- Jones, 17 December 2004, 00:04:29-00:05:49; cf. Jones, 12 January 2005, 00:14:02-00:15:07
A hijacked commercial airliner targets the World Trade Center by remote control
- The Lone Gunmen (2001)


Thursday, July 25, 2013

A krudd joke

Krudd speeches would make the perfect model for public transport:

There's one every ten minutes and they're always completely empty.


ANUS ISLAND- home of the islamofags and their disgusting death cult of misogyny, anal rape and bloodthirsty savagery. We don't want any of them!

One week on - as many boat arrivals as ever | Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog

A shocking insight into the conditions at Manus - and into some of the detainees there who have since been flown to Australia:

Explosive claims of rapes among detainees and disturbing violent incidents including two escapes, a violent protest against the centre doctors and a slashing attack, have been revealed by a detention centre guard.

The Papua New Guinea national ...  [backs] up claims made by the centre’s former occupational health and safety head Rod St George…

He said in the worst incident in May the PNG nationals working for G4S were asked to go to the single men’s quarters and help remove a badly injured man who had been raped. The victim, he says, was a Pakistani national who had been raped by six Middle Eastern men.

‘’We had to go into the tent and he was there and it was very bad,’’ said the guard. ‘’There was excrement all over the tent.’’

He said the man spent about two weeks in the camp clinic before being sent back into the single men’s compound where his attackers could roam freely.

Was there a cover up?


Liberals to put general in charge of boat defence | Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog

Liberals to put general in charge of boat defence | Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog

What Andrew Bolt doesn't know about defence might fill the MCG without overflowing.

But at least his socialist nature is finally emerging.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Operation Sovereign Borders

There is a national emergency on our borders.

 Today, Scott Morrison and I announced that a Coalition government will establish a military-led response to combat people smuggling and to protect our borders – Operation Sovereign Borders.

 If elected, a Coalition government will initiate Operation Sovereign Borders which will be led by a senior military commander of 3 star ranking. In the first 100 days of a Coalition government, Operation Sovereign Borders will undertake key initiatives including:

 * Establishing the Operation Sovereign Borders HQ and creating a joint agency taskforce;

 * Finalising and issuing protocols for Operation Relex II, to turn back boats where it is safe to do so;

* Increasing capacity at offshore processing centres; and

 * Lease and deploy additional vessels to relieve patrol vessels of passenger transfers.

 Under Labor, there are more than 12 separate government agencies that have involvement in, or responsibility for, the security of our borders, yet the boats still keep coming and too much is falling between the cracks.

A Coalition government will streamline decision making into a single command structure with participation from all related agencies. Operation Sovereign Borders is another part of the Coalition’s policy for stronger borders which will deliver the safe, secure Australia that all Australians expect.

Our policy for stronger borders will:

 * Re-establish rigorous offshore processing for illegal arrivals;

 * Give orders to the Navy to turn back boats where safe to do so;

 * Re-introduce Temporary Protection Visas (TPVs) for asylum seekers found to be genuine refugees, and return them home when it is safe;

 * Deny those asylum seekers who deliberately discard identification documentation the benefit of the doubt when determining their refugee status

 * Work with our neighbours to stop people smugglers and deter their customers from coming into the region; and

 * Guarantee places for offshore humanitarian visa applicants by denying permanent visas to illegal boat arrivals.

 For more details you can find today's full document here ( .

Regards, Tony Abbott

Uncle Joe’s Pet President | The Dana Show

Uncle Joe’s Pet President | The Dana Show StumbleUpon

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

A page of know-all socialist fuckwits.


Racist attention whore nobody upset by Royal baby: Why does anyone care about the royal baby? | Herald Sun See What Susie Says Blog


Here's Steve Karras who pops up as Acting Regional Manager for Christmas Island when the media needs massaging. - Michael Smith News

Here's Steve Karras who pops up as Acting Regional Manager for Christmas Island when the media needs massaging. - Michael Smith News

Steve Karras was at Christmas Island then too.   I also met the bloke who actually runs the show, his name recorded in my note book at the time as Joe Feld, Regional Manager, Christmas Island.
I can remember Steve Karras introducing himself as an acting manager for Christmas Island which seemed strange with the real one, Joe Feld there.  Steve Karras chaperoned us, showed us around, followed us everywhere and presented as part of the Christmas Island staff in the uniform worn at the detention centre.   Until under some pretty good questioning from a suspicious Peter Reith, Steve Karras admitted he was from the Department headquarters in Canberra and that he was a lawyer sent over for the purpose of "guiding" us around.

The 4 men in our group, me, Angry, Peter Reith and former Commonwealth Ombudsman Allen Asher were due to go to the main detention centre for a visit guided by Steve Karras when word filtered back from Canberra that Allen would not be permitted to enter.

Allen had been responsible for investigating complaints made by asylum seekers in his job as Commonwealth Ombudsman and was black-banned.  Steve Karras delivered the news.

Now that boat people and Christmas Island are featuring in government policy again, it's fascinating to see good old Steve Karras pop up again as the acting regional manager for Christmas Island (from Canberra).   Keep watching those frequent flyer points guys!


Government by the ALP is nothing more than a cuntocracy.


Monday, July 22, 2013

LABOR FIRST | Daily Telegraph Tim Blair Blog

LABOR FIRST | Daily Telegraph Tim Blair Blog

Lawyer and human rights activist Julian Burnside reveals his priorities:



Shaz from Christmas Island with today's tally - 3 boats, almost 100% laptop/ipad owners - Michael Smith News

Shaz from Christmas Island with today's tally - 3 boats, almost 100% laptop/ipad owners - Michael Smith News

These illegal immigrant scum aren't refugees and they aren't citizen material.

The ALP has stolen untold millions that they never toiled to earn. Again.


Some share purchaser with uncanny timing made $500 grand on the PNG Resettlement Arrangement - Michael Smith News

Some share purchaser with uncanny timing made $500 grand on the PNG Resettlement Arrangement - Michael Smith News

I have a confidential source who tells me that people within the Department of Immigration were talking about Decmil as the successful tenderer 3 weeks before the 2 July announcement to the exchange.   One further piece of information that a fully informed market for Decmil shares might consider is the further announcement by Kevin Rudd that the Manus Island Detention Centre capacity will increase from the 600 bed facility that will be built under the current $150M+ contract with Decmil to a 3,000 bed facility.   It will be interesting to see who and whose broker knew that decision was coming.

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Bounty on the Head? Hey Jason, it's not getting to you a bit is it mate, all the Minister for Justice gun-slinging stuff? - Michael Smith News

Bounty on the Head? Hey Jason, it's not getting to you a bit is it mate, all the Minister for Justice gun-slinging stuff? - Michael Smith News

Australia's1st Prime Minister got it right!!

Read this..

Perhaps this is one email that needs to be forwarded until every Australian with a computer receives it.
The year is 1907, over one hundred years ago....

Sir Edmund Barton's ideas on Immigrants and being an Australian in 1907.

'In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an Australian and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the person's becoming in every facet an Australian, and nothing but an Australian. There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an Australian, but something else also, isn't an Australian at all. We have room for but one flag, the Australian flag. We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language... And we have room for but one sole loyalty and that is a loyalty to the Australian people.'

Edmund Barton

Charles Barkley said he 'agrees' with George Zimmerman verdict | Fox News

Charles Barkley said he 'agrees' with George Zimmerman verdict | Fox News

“I just feel bad because I don’t like when race gets out in the media ‘cuz I don’t think the media has a ‘pure heart,’ as I call it,” Barkley continued. “There are very few people who have a pure heart when it comes to race. Racism is wrong in any shape [or] form — there are a lot of black people who are racist, too. I think sometimes when people talk about race, they act like only white people are racist. There are a lot of black people who are racist. And I don’t like when it gets out there in the media because I don’t think the media has clean hands.”

Saturday, July 20, 2013

In love with Gillard | Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog

In love with Gillard | Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog

Andrew Bolt never met a socialist conman or conwoman he didn't like- therapeutic albanese for example.

So Bolt "gay for labor" Bolt having a go at Mcturd is a bit too much on the nose.

Korrupt krudd and foreknowledge of the PNG clusterfuck

Michael Smith News

A couple of points.  Decmil made its announcement to the ASX of the contract win on 2 July, 2013.
The Federal Government's tender website records the start date of the contract as 18 June, 2013.
Check out the volume in trade when the price started to move from $1.40something in early/mid June.   I hope no one who knew which contractor the Federal Government was going to select, that wouldn't be possible with a Labor government in power.   They are the friend of the working Left Testicle, sorry the working Obeid family, sorry, the working man and woman (paying HSU dues to help out persons who as Secretary of the union require HSU-funded appropriate travelling and relaxation allowances).

Looks a bit like a few profit takers got in around the second last week of June, then took the money and ran in the last week.   Then the stock zoomed on the official announcement in the first week of July.   But that's just me sayin' it as I see it and what would I know.


Friday, July 19, 2013

LITTLE IN COMMON | Daily Telegraph Tim Blair Blog

LITTLE IN COMMON | Daily Telegraph Tim Blair Blog

A long-term solution existed under Coalition policies from 2002 until 2007, when an average of just three boats per year reached Australian waters. That solution was abandoned by Labor in 2008, with immediate results:


Thursday, July 18, 2013

Category Error: Dan Simmons - Author's Official Web Site

Dan Simmons - Author's Official Web Site

I tried to relax. “What do you want to talk about?” I said.

“The Century War,” said the Time Traveler.

I blinked and tried to remember some history. “You mean the Hundred Year War? Fifteenth Century? Fourteenth? Sometime around there. Between . . . France and England? Henry V? Kenneth Branagh? Or was it . . .”

“I mean the Century War with Islam,” interrupted the Time Traveler. “Your future. Everyone’s.” He was no longer smiling. Without asking, or offering to pour me any, he stood, refilled his Scotch glass, and sat again. He said, “It was important to me to come back to this time early on in the struggle. Even if only to remind myself of how unspeakably blind you all were.”

“You mean the War on Terrorism,” I said.

“I mean the Long War with Islam,” he said. “The Century War. And it’s not over yet where I come from. Not close to being over.”

“You can’t have a war with Islam,” I said. “You can’t go to war against a religion. Radical Islam, maybe. Jihadism. Some extremists. But not a . . . the . . . religion itself. The vast majority of Muslims in the world are peaceloving people who wish us no harm. I mean . . . I mean . . . the very word ‘Islam’ means ‘Peace.’”

“So you kept telling yourselves,” said the Time Traveler. His voice was very low but there was a strange and almost frightening edge to it. “But the ‘peace’ in ‘Islam’ means ‘Submission.’ You’ll find that out soon enough”

Great, I was thinking. Of all the time travelers in all the gin joints in all the world, I get this racist, xenophobic, right-wing asshole.

“After Nine-eleven, we’re fighting terrorism,” I began, “not . . .”

He waved me into silence.

“You were a philosophy major or minor at that podunk little college you went to long ago,” said the Time Traveler. “Do you remember what Category Error is?”

It rang a bell. But I was too irritated at hearing my alma mater being called a “podunk little college” to be able to concentrate fully.

“I’ll tell you what it is,” said the Time Traveler. “In philosophy and formal logic, and it has its equivalents in science and business management, Category Error is the term for having stated or defined a problem so poorly that it becomes impossible to solve that problem, through dialectic or any other means.”

I waited. Finally I said firmly, “You can’t go to war with a religion. Or, I mean . . . sure, you could . . . the Crusades and all that . . . but it would be wrong.”

The Time Traveler sipped his Scotch and looked at me. He said, “Let me give you an analogy . . .”

God, I hated and distrusted analogies. I said nothing.


Kevin Rudd: A complete and utter fraud » The Spectator

A complete and utter fraud » The Spectator

A complete and utter fraud

In a perfect world, Kevin Rudd would not be campaigning for election but visiting an analyst. Therapy is the treatment of our age for those the ancient Greeks saw as tragic heroes, personalities at once sparkling and deeply dysfunctional. But an election campaign it is, with the Australian people as the judge and jury, and it is important to keep in mind a key issue at stake: just who is Kevin Rudd?
Much has been made of the shambolic nature of Mr Rudd’s first term as prime minister. But it remains unclear why the 55-year-old former diplomat is such a dysfunctional figure. Most people don’t expect political leaders to have well-adjusted personalities. As Matthew Parris has argued in these pages, most politicians are ‘dreamers, attention-seekers and risk-takers with a dollop of narcissism in their natures’.

But even by this standard, Mr Rudd’s character is really weird.

The centre of the dysfunction is not simply his ruthless political ambition — and the treachery, betrayal and frantic 24-7 mindset that go with it — although that trait certainly explains why so many of his colleagues have resigned from the cabinet ministry and/or parliament (see below).

Nor is the root of his problem his longing to be all things to all people. Most of what depresses and even disgusts people about Mr Rudd now was visible in 2007 when he ran against John Howard. His salient characteristics were trickery and fakery, the chameleon appeal to all sides at once, which helped him persuade the so-called Howard Battlers to come home to Labor without being embarrassed to tell their mates they were doing so.

From the outset, however, his leadership was an exercise in bad faith. From border protection and carbon pricing to economic reform and fiscal policy, Mr Rudd was always trying to say too many things to too many different people, to square circles and reconcile the irreconcilable. Given his recent flip-flops on gay marriage and 457 visas, nothing has changed.

But there is another explanation for the Rudd dysfunction: self-gratification taken to an extreme, an obsession with always being the centre of attention — like a spoiled child — and an addiction to being in the media spotlight. In our therapeutic age, perhaps we could call this pattern of behaviour megalomaniac or sociopathic, but perhaps these words go too far in pretending medical precision. To describe the same phenomenon, the ancient Greeks coined the word hubris.

When we write about Kevin Rudd, we feel like the pub bore. ‘Haven’t we said this before? Or maybe you knew that already.’

Alas, there are none so blind as those who will not see.

This magazine has long maintained that Mr Rudd has only ever taken the Australian people for a ride, yet too many voters — how many remains to be seen — continue to be deceived or live in false hope.

Despite the risk of appearing too negative, Tony Abbott is obliged to alert the electorate to what many Labor people already know: this bloke is a complete and utter fraud.


Unfortunately, this:

will always vote for this:

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Kevin Rudd: Charlatan

Blast by Queensland's John-Paul Langbroek threatens Gonski deal | The Australian

LABOR’S hopes of signing Queensland up to a school funding deal have been dealt a blow in a scathing attack on the reforms by the state’s education minister.

John-Paul Langbroek said the commonwealth won’t budge in negotiations despite his federal counterpart, Education Minister Bill Shorten, saying he is open to further talks…

“Bill Shorten can come on to your show with his velvet tones and try to make out that he’s offering us a lot more and that he wants to sit down and talk, while his boss (Prime Minister Kevin Rudd) is out there slagging us in a press conference,” he told ABC Radio.

“It’s not constructive and shows that Kevin Rudd is a charlatan as well.”

Gillard “in a very bad way” | Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog

Gillard “in a very bad way” | Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog

If she isn't hung from a lamp post like the traitorous bitch she is then she's getting off lightly.

Likewise krudd.

Rudd the Wrecker - Michael Smith News


Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Comment for content: Naked fired by Labor after offering media Rudd interview in exchange for ads - mUmBRELLA

Comment for content: Naked fired by Labor after offering media Rudd interview in exchange for ads - mUmBRELLA

Comment for content: Naked fired by Labor after offering media Rudd interview in exchange for ads

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Naked’s Nick Kavanagh

Naked Communications has been fired by the Labor Party after approaching media outlets and asking for free advertising and tailored editorial in exchange for an exclusive interview with PM Kevin Rudd.
Among the titles targeted with the offer was The Vine, which is owned by Fairfax Media. Fairfax Media’s Sydney Morning Herald broke the story today.

Krudd a changed man. BULLSHIT!


Access Trading Scheme for interviews with Rudd - Peter Hartcher granted 3 year permit free - Michael Smith News

Access Trading Scheme for interviews with Rudd - Peter Hartcher granted 3 year permit free - Michael Smith News

This is actually a true story.   The SMH has the cold facts in its piece below.   Labor, when too much corruption is not enough.

From the system that nurtured Eddie Obeid, Michael Williamson and Craig Thomson and covered-up for Bruce Wilson and his helpful partner Julia Gillard, comes the "Access Trading Scheme" for media interviews with Australia's Prime Minister.

The Access Trading Scheme is also known as Kev-talk Cap and Trade, or a Kev-Crap Reduction Program.  Under a Kev-talk Trading Scheme, the Labor Party's advertising agency (Naked Communications) offers permits for "exclusive" interviews with Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.   Media can purchase permits in exchange for free pro-Labor advertising and editorial on youth websites.  The theory behind the scheme is that the number of permits is gradually reduced, so that only Latika Burke, Peter Hartcher and Lenore Taylor will eventually have Kev's mobile number.

Apparently the Labor Party's moral compass got dropped in the industrial shredder as Kim Beazley cleaned out the office when Kevin rolled him.   That's allowed plausibly deniable innovative profit-making ventures like this one to flourish during Labor's incumbency.

This grab from the SMH's story below is a beauty in showing how the rats run for cover once they get sprung - it's a real insight into Labor culture:

Initially Mr Wright said he would  keep employing Naked, but later said the agency had been sacked. The decision was taken by Mr Rudd. A spokesman said: ‘‘He won’t tolerate this sort of behaviour.’’

Earlier a spokeswoman for Mr Rudd had said: “The actions of Naked Communications were conducted without the authority or knowledge of the Prime Minister, or his office.”       

However, emails obtained by Fairfax Media suggest the Prime Minister’s office was informed of the negotiations.

This story is from today's, written by Jonathan Swan.


Kevin Rudd: Caligula with the class of a shithouse rat. If you vote for these scumwads you are a moron and a traitor.

Tony Abbott: What Rudd Was Hiding From You Today

Mr Rudd has today deliberately misled Australian families about the cost to them of his new floating carbon tax.

Fixed or floating, this is still a great big carbon tax that Australian families and businesses will continue to pay.

 Mr Rudd has merely altered Julia Gillard’s carbon tax plans for just one financial year.

Otherwise it is exactly the same.

Here are the facts:

1. The policy change announced today is just a one year fiddle – it has simply changed a $64 billion tax into a $58 billion tax.

2. Kevin Rudd’s plan will cost average families more than $3000 over the next six years.

3. On the Government’s own figures, the carbon tax will increase six-fold between mid-2014 and mid-2019. 4. On the Government's own figures, the carbon tax will reach $38 a tonne by 2019 and increase to $350 a tonne over time.

 This morning Mr Rudd and his Treasurer, Mr Bowen, contradicted each other at the same press conference. Mr Rudd said that families would save $380 “per year” and repeated this misrepresentation five times.

Mr Bowen corrected him and said it was just a saving of only $380 in the 2014-15 financial year, but Mr Rudd continued to repeat his $380 “per year” claim.

 Only the Coalition will scrap the carbon tax lock, stock and barrel. Under the Coalition’s plans, average families will be better off by more than $550 a year in 2014-15, rising to around $900 a year in 2019-20.

The Coalition’s Direct Action policy to reduce emissions won’t cost families a dollar – because it is costed, capped and fully funded from savings in the budget.

Kevin Rudd has supported every conceivable position on a carbon tax, except scrapping it. He proposed a CPRS, then he delayed the CPRS, then he dumped the CPRS, then he supported a carbon tax, and now he supports a floating carbon tax.

Mr Rudd may like to debate himself at the Press Club next week to thrash out these issues.

 The re-election of the Labor government would mean that Australians will continue to pay the carbon tax.

It will continue to be a tax on electricity bills and it will continue to hurt Australian families and hurt local businesses and jobs.

Kevin Rudd has finally conceded that the carbon tax is hurting Australian jobs and driving up the cost of living.

But then he is keeping it to cause more harm and drive jobs offshore.


Tony Abbott

Monday, July 15, 2013

Mr Rudd, it's tiresome to hear you and Sen Carr tell us the boat people we pay for are economic immigrants after money. We get it. So send them back. - Michael Smith News

Mr Rudd, it's tiresome to hear you and Sen Carr tell us the boat people we pay for are economic immigrants after money. We get it. So send them back. - Michael Smith News

With 45,000 boat people courtesy of Kevin and the promise of a steep accelaration in arrival rates - combined with welfare reliance rates in the 90+% after 5 years for this group of immigrants, I think Dr Rogers's quote is worth a moment or two to ponder.
Especially if you like a civil society where people get on with each other.
“You cannot legislate the poor into freedom by legislating the wealthy out of freedom.
What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving.
The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else.
When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that my dear friend, is about the end of any nation.
You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it.”



Rudd LIES!


KOKODA KEV. When you have a (psychotic) break, make sure it's in public and irrevocable.

Rudd announces he’s a Kokoda Track “survivor” | Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog

I checked the audio, and it didn’t sound at all that he was joking:

PRIME Minister Kevin Rudd has described himself as a “survivor” of the Kokoda Track where hundreds of Australian soldiers were killed in World War II.

On the final day of his two-day trip to Papua New Guinea, Mr Rudd announced Australia would increase financial support for health and hospitals in Papua New Guinea to help save lives…

Mr Rudd said the assistance was worthy as Australians had a soft spot for PNG given 3000 Australians walked the Kokoda Track each year.

“I was one of them way back then and I am survivor of the Kokoda Track,” the PM said.

What a man. Probably stopped the Japanese advance single-handed, too, just after he invented penicillin and just before he designed the Snowy Mountain scheme.


Caligula with the class of a shithouse rat.


Saturday, July 13, 2013

Bill Shorten tried to stab Julia Gillard in the back one last time. Return of corruption at the HSU | Kangaroo Court of Australia

Bill Shorten tried to stab Julia Gillard in the back one last time. Return of corruption at the HSU | Kangaroo Court of Australia

Andrew Landeryou
Mr Landeryou has a long history of serious allegations being levelled at him starting with some handiwork he did when he was President of the Melbourne University Student Union. There was a multimillion-dollar collapse of the Union in 2004/05 and Mr Landeryou did a runner to Costa Rica to avoid giving evidence in the Supreme Court.

“Landeryou left for the central American nation last December, allegedly telling his now-estranged wife, former Melbourne City councillor Kimberley Kitching, that he was on a business trip to Sydney. She has since filed for bankruptcy and lost possession of her $1.8 million Parkville mansion.”
“Mr Landeryou is answering questions at a liquidator examination that is looking into the affairs of the failed student union.”

“He allegedly moved $1 million out of the country before fleeing and a warrant was issued for his arrest.” (Click here to read more)

And this in an article titled “Landeryou threatened me, says liquidator”
“Mr McVeigh, who is conducting a court examination into the affairs of the failed student union, issued a writ on Tuesday claiming as much as $5 million damages from eight men: Mr Landeryou, three former student union presidents and four former employees.”

“It alleges they conspired to defraud the failed student union by engineering deals that gave a “secret and inordinate financial advantage to friends and mentors”, namely Mr Landeryou, Benjamin Cass and Darren Ray.” (Click here to read more)

Mr Landeryou stopped posting on his site on July 1st 2013 and in effect announced his retirement from blogging which was clearly to assist his wife’s political career as it was an embarrassment politically. He said “It horrified me that there were people – including some who loudly profess feminism and gender equality in public forums – who wouldn’t vote for my wife, Kimberley, in a recent pre-selection because they assumed my views were hers.” (Click here to read more)


Kevin Rudd: lying psychopath

John Mendoza, former Senior Advisor on Mental Health to Rudd
says Kevin Rudd unfit to be Prime Minister.
ABC Radio interview:

Rudd unfit to be PM: ex-advisor
Kieran Campbell - Sunshine Coast Daily

24th Feb 2012 12:38 PM

A SENIOR advisor to Kevin Rudd during his prime ministership has revealed he resigned in part because of the "utterly dysfunctional and chaotic" leadership.

John Mendoza, former chairman of the National Advisory Council on Mental Health, has spoken publicly for the first time about quitting the senior adviser role.

Mr Mendoza, citing the former prime minister as a key factor, said he and many others were led by Mr Rudd "up the garden path in terms of acting on mental health".

The Caloundra-based adjunct professor said the chaos of Mr Rudd's dysfunctional government had set the party on a road to self destruction under his leadership.

The dramatic resignation by Mr Mendoza as Mr Rudd's most senior mental health advisor - one week before Julia Gillard mounted a leadership coup in June 2010 - is seen by many as one of the nails in the coffin for the failed prime minister.

"This man is not fit for prime minister," Mr Mendoza said.

"Finally the Australian public is starting to get an insight into (his dysfunctional leadership).
"I'd say those in the government, especially all the senior ministers, have been extraordinarily loyal to Kevin Rudd not to disclose (his shortcomings) until this point."

After Mr Rudd was disposed of from the top job, Mr Mendoza, who has a long history of public service, said "those working to support the government agenda were very pleased to see a change of leader".

"The government had become utterly dysfunctional and chaotic - and something had to give," Mr Mendoza said.

The Petrol Commissioner Joe di Masi - 5 years on, 5 years of pay, 5 years of furious activity - result? Nothing. - Michael Smith News

The Petrol Commissioner Joe di Masi - 5 years on, 5 years of pay, 5 years of furious activity - result? Nothing. - Michael Smith News

NEARLY five years after he was appointed as Kevin Rudd's full-time fuel "cop", support for the nation's Petrol Commissioner is running on empty.

As frustrated commuters suffer increasing pain at the pump, Joe Dimasi cannot point to a single major achievement since assuming the role and has lost the backing of key motoring groups.

Amazingly, Mr Dimasi still insists he isn't actually the Petrol Commissioner, years after an official press release declared him just that. And now, even the Prime Minister's office is trying to rewrite history.

Asked whether the Government considers Mr Dimasi to be the Petrol Commissioner, Mr Rudd's office issued a statement that avoided using the title, instead calling him "Commissioner to the ACCC with special responsibility for fuel related issues."
There was no such fudging on October 1, 2008, when the Government triumphantly declared the appointment of Mr Dimasi as "ACCC Petrol Commissioner".

In opposition, Mr Rudd proposed the role would be a "full-time petrol cop on the beat" because "Labor believes the federal government has a duty to do everything in its power to ensure that motorists aren't paying one cent more on petrol than is necessary".

Motoring groups across the country and the overarching Australian Automobile Association expressed bemusement over Mr Dimasi's backing away from the title and from problems in the petrol market.

"It's been a waste of time ... political window-dressing," said AAA executive director Andrew McKellar.


A vote for Kevin Rudd is a vote for death, failure and white genocide.


Kevin Rudd: fluffy white bunny of the murderous communist regime. Are you really THAT stupid that you'd believe this psychopath?

Come traitors far, come traitors near,
We'll keep the red flag flying here.
And do exactly as we please,
To bring the country to its knees.

I'll just sit here quietly and they'll see. I wouldn't hurt a fly... 
The bogan witch might have been the worst prime minister ever, but if she isn't, krudd is. Just because one amoral psychopath is dispatched doesn't mean that the socialist scumbucket isn't overflowing with more creatures of nightmare...

krudd is a Heiner Affair paper shredder, the man they called Doctor Death in Queensland, as fake as a three bob note, a fat white maggot, and a congenital psychopath with self-aggrandizing Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD). 

If you vote for this man and his party of criminals you are an irretrievable moron, and a TRAITOR TO YOUR SOCIETY, CULTURE, COUNTRY AND FAMILY.


It's called a fire truck because it smashes stuff and sets things on fire.

Officials Confirm Teen Hit By Fire Truck After Asiana Airlines Crash

And now, more horrible news in the aftermath of the Asiana Airlines Flight 124 disaster: authorities in San Francisco say that a fire truck did, in fact, strike one of the two teenage girls who died in the crash.

Earlier this week authorities were working to determine whether one of the 16-year-old girls killed in the crash was hit by a fire truck after being ejected from the plane when it slammed into the runway. Now, San Francisco police officials tell ABC 7 San Francisco that the girl was indeed hit by the truck.

Now Kevin’s back, he needs to finish the Heiner Affair | Daily Telegraph Piers Akerman Blog

Now Kevin’s back, he needs to finish the Heiner Affair | Daily Telegraph Piers Akerman Blog

AFTER years of obfuscation and denial by a spectacular array of senior Labor figures and associates, I believe that Kevvie from Brizzie can no longer avoid questioning about his role in the long-running Heiner Affair.

When Queensland Child Protection Commission of Inquiry head Tim Carmody SC handed down his finding into the origins of the notorious matter on July 1, he stated in his 144-page report that all members of the March 5, 1990, Goss cabinet were open to a criminal charge under section 129 of the Criminal Code for destroying evidence known to be required for a “realistically possible” future judicial proceeding.

Kevin Rudd was cabinet secretary at the time. 

The Heiner Affair began with an inquiry into the management practices of the John Oxley Youth Centre in late 1989 and early 1990 conducted by retired magistrate Noel Heiner in the last days of the Cooper National Party government under public service law by the Families Department. Trade union interests were involved.

 The inquiry generated the controversially shredded evidence.

Whistleblower Kevin Lindeberg, a former union organiser sacked while trying to preserve the records to uphold his members’ legal rights, maintained to the Criminal Justice Commission in 1990 that section 129 had prima facie been breached.

He was ridiculed by the ALP, the CJC and most in the media. But two unions and lawyers for the then-centre manager and his deputy had placed the Queensland government on notice via the department and warned them not to shred and warned them of court action to access the documents if necessary.

As Lindeberg persisted, he became aware of child abuse being in the documents (which the Carmody Inquiry has now proven conclusively), and potential evidence of child sexual abuse, in particular the rape of a young Aboriginal girl.

The girl was raped by other inmates during a supervised bush outing in May, 1988. One of the excursion supervisors told Carmody that it was unfortunate but “shit happens.” The way it was handled caused great angst amongst certain staff with records showing that at least one person said that a cover-up was taking place.

As Carmody ominously pointed out in his report: “The case against the cabinet ministers is arguably stronger than that faced by Mr Ensbey.”

Friday, July 12, 2013


RUEBEN NOT RUNNING | Daily Telegraph Tim Blair Blog

Caption of the week from the Age, helpfully pointing out that the PM’s favoured candidate isn’t a cavoodle:


The poor buggers who have to clean up after Rudd's failed policies. - Michael Smith News

The poor buggers who have to clean up after Rudd's failed policies. - Michael Smith News

The poor buggers who have to clean up after Rudd's failed policies.

There is nothing like the physicality of dealing with a dead body to bring home the truth about "failed policies".

The people who live on Christmas Island deserve better than this.   Their beautiful home should not be a lucky draw prize in the Rudd wheel of misfortune where one in every 25 contestants draws the death card.

When the boat foundered on the rocks at Christmas Island just before Christmas 2010, local chippies had to knock up a makeshift morgue with shelves for the dead.

A bloke who lives there sent me this note today.
Hi Michael

This is the new makeshift morgue on Christmas Island.  A big old shed with refrigerated containers inside and gencets for power.  AFP switched on these early this morning, sadly it seems they will be required today


NEPOTISM: Kevin Rudd's son Nicholas Rudd given senior role for Labor | The Australian

Kevin Rudd's son Nicholas Rudd given senior role for Labor | The Australian

What are we, North Korea? This fat white maggot krudd needs to go. NOW.

Damning verdict on stimulus | The Australian

Damning verdict on stimulus | The Australian

Academic authors have delivered damning verdicts on the efficacy of Rudd’s fiscal stimulus, which the government is yet to refute.

Tony Makin, an Australian economics professor at Griffith University, has forensically examined Australia’s national accounts in the critical months during 2008 and 2009, when the global economic free-fall risked dragging Australia down, demonstrating clearly that government spending did little to boost economic activity. The spending on pink batts and school halls came much later.

What kept the economy afloat was the Australian dollar’s collapse - down more than 20c against the US dollar in late 2008 - which prompted an export goldmine at the same time that China’s demand for resources was rapidly growing.

“The federal government’s direct contribution to the change in consumption and investment was minimal, with its major impact arriving several quarters after it was deemed necessary,” Makin writes.

As for the notorious $8 billion worth of cheques that hit Australians’ bank accounts in April or May 2009, a more recent paper by four academics, including a Treasury official, shows Australians on average spent only an extra $1 of their windfall, saving much of the rest.

“The effect of the fiscal transfer on the change in household consumption expenditures is insignificant and quantitatively small - the average household spent less than 0.2 per cent of the income windfall,” the authors write.

These outcomes are not unique. In a 2011 study, Makin and Paresh Narayan, a finance professor at Deakin University, highlight the remarkable off-setting relationship between public and private savings in Australia from 1980 to 2008, suggesting the recent surge in household saving is at least in part a nervous reaction to the Rudd government’s fiscal excess.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

In one neat discrete passage of the Bible - UFOs: cigars, disks, occupants and even the Annunaki ("Shinar"): Zechariah 5 KJV - Then I turned, and lifted up mine eyes, - Bible Gateway

Zechariah 5 KJV - Then I turned, and lifted up mine eyes, - Bible Gateway

Zechariah 5

King James Version (KJV)

Then I turned, and lifted up mine eyes, and looked, and behold a flying roll.

And he said unto me, What seest thou? And I answered, I see a flying roll; the length thereof is twenty cubits, and the breadth thereof ten cubits.
Then said he unto me, This is the curse that goeth forth over the face of the whole earth: for every one that stealeth shall be cut off as on this side according to it; and every one that sweareth shall be cut off as on that side according to it.
I will bring it forth, saith the Lord of hosts, and it shall enter into the house of the thief, and into the house of him that sweareth falsely by my name: and it shall remain in the midst of his house, and shall consume it with the timber thereof and the stones thereof.
Then the angel that talked with me went forth, and said unto me, Lift up now thine eyes, and see what is this that goeth forth.
And I said, What is it? And he said, This is an ephah that goeth forth. He said moreover, This is their resemblance through all the earth.
And, behold, there was lifted up a talent of lead: and this is a woman that sitteth in the midst of the ephah.
And he said, This is wickedness. And he cast it into the midst of the ephah; and he cast the weight of lead upon the mouth thereof.
Then lifted I up mine eyes, and looked, and, behold, there came out two women, and the wind was in their wings; for they had wings like the wings of a stork: and they lifted up the ephah between the earth and the heaven.
10 Then said I to the angel that talked with me, Whither do these bear the ephah?
11 And he said unto me, To build it an house in the land of Shinar: and it shall be established, and set there upon her own base.

Mr Rudd, you are wrong. Debt and Deficits matter

Today Kevin Rudd addressed the National Press Club and had the opportunity to set out specific policies to improve the economy and strengthen our borders. Instead, Kevin Rudd used the occasion to argue that debt and deficits don’t matter. The Coalition fundamentally disagrees with Mr Rudd: Debt and deficits do matter. They matter for the nation. They matter for Australian families with a mortgage and trying to balance their household budgets in the face of cost of living pressures. They matter because having the Budget under control is the secure foundation to building a strong economy. It’s time to remind Kevin Rudd of the facts about Labor’s record of debt and deficits: *

Fact: The increase in debt under Labor’s first five years has been the fastest, both in dollar terms and as a share of GDP, since at least 1970, when records in modern budget papers began. *

 Fact: It was under Kevin Rudd that Australia recorded its biggest budget deficit, both in dollar terms and as a share of GDP, since at least 1970. *

Fact: Australians are paying over $8 billion a year in net interest payments on Labor’s debt. *

Fact: When Kevin Rudd assumed office, there was money in the bank because the Howard Government had run 10 surpluses. Kevin Rudd demonstrated today that he does not have an economic plan for Australia. He has no answers to the cost of living pressures felt by families and no plan to help small businesses grow and create jobs. In contrast, the Coalition’s Real Solutions Plan (

details how we will help families, get the Budget under control and repay debt. We have a Plan for a strong, prosperous economy and a safe, secure Australia. We discovered today that Labor is offering the Australian people three more years like the last five – simply more debt, more deficits, a bigger carbon tax and no plan for the future. Mr Rudd is still all talk.

 Yours sincerely,

 Joe Hockey

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

otium negotiumque

The Last Wars of the Western Empire: Part 2: Rethinking the Fifth Century | darkagewargaming

The other side of the story concerns the aims of those aristocrats themselves.  Roman high aristocratic culture, as mentioned in Part 1, relied on a balance of otium (leisure) and negotium (business – service of the state).  Such aristocrats liked to moan about the burdens of office but in fact they were desperate to obtain such positions.  They needed them for competition within their peer group (offices brought honorific titles and all-important precedence) and in order to exercise power and patronage.  A prominent role at the core of the Empire brought untold opportunities to exert influence.  Involvement in the heart of government was therefore central to their way of life.  In the fourth century, aristocracies in different parts of the empire began to show the beginnings of regional identities (partly through links of family and patronage).  The Italian senatorial aristocrats resented their exclusion from the heart of the ‘inside-out’ Empire.  When the emperor Gratian returned to Italy (380) the Gallic and British aristocracy backed usurpers who would, they hoped, bring the government back to Trier while the Italians fought tooth and nail to hang on to their newly re-acquired place at the political centre.


Nothing has changed. European (continental ie weak blooded European) elites still ally with barbarians and for the same aims.

Instead of Arians and other barbarians from the North, this time it's the coloured and islamic hordes.

Plus ca change.

Rob Rice, Afghanistan veteran - has some unfinished business with Kevin Rudd over the failed and dumped Green Home Loans Assessors scheme - Michael Smith News

Rob Rice, Afghanistan veteran - has some unfinished business with Kevin Rudd over the failed and dumped Green Home Loans Assessors scheme - Michael Smith News

I intereviewed Rob Rice on 4BC in 2010 - this audio includes PM Gillard talking about Rob in the Federal Parliament.   Rob was just about sent broke by Kevin Rudd and one of his hare-brained schemes.   Rob has a bit of unfinished business with The Rudd.
Rob rice

Rob's a 16 year veteran of the Australian Army, he served two tours in Afghanistan and survived service in the UK zone of Helmund Province.   The Taliban couldn't beat him, but 15 months hanging on for Rudd and Garrett nearly sent him to the wall.   Rob has service medals for Bougainville, Afghanistan in Uruzgan with the Australian Army and Afghanistan in Helmund Province with the Brits.  He sold his medals to keep his family afloat financially.
Our listeners were pretty good people, we got them back for him.

Today he dropped me a note and I've had a 2 part chat tonight.   Just remind yourself about Rudd.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

No more Lutons!


UK needs to quit the EU right the F now.

A major revolt against Europe’s influence over British affairs was triggered tonight after judges in Strasbourg ruled that “life means life” sentences given to the most heinous criminals breach their human rights.

The European Court of Human Rights agreed that a “whole life” tariff, which forces murderers to die in jail, was “inhuman and degrading” after an appeal was brought by Jeremy Bamber, who killed five members of his family in 1985.

The court proposed that those serving life with no possibility of parole should have their cases reviewed after 25 years, following which they could be freed.

The decision means that prisoners serving whole life tariffs, including some of Britain’s most notorious killers such as Peter Sutcliffe, the Yorkshire Ripper, and Ian Brady, the Moors Murderer, could be granted permission to seek parole.

The ruling prompted a furious reaction from the Prime Minister, the Home Secretary and the Justice Secretary. But ministers have no right of appeal against the ruling and the Government has six months to act upon the decision.

Ever since Word War 2 and Britain's magnificent part in it, the slime east of Dover have connived in their jealous, gutless and incompetent left-leaning way to fuck over the UK and rob it not only of its dignity but its culture and its racial composition.

The job's largely done now, but the UK elite and other conspirators, if they can't be executed for treason, should at least now be forced out of their positions. And whether the corrupt westminster regime allows an in-out vote for Great Britain to leave the EU- Great Britain must leave the EU. Its Commonwealth aches to see the mother country back in the fold.

Our money, but Simon Crean’s holiday | Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog

Our money, but Simon Crean’s holiday | Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog

OUTGOING Labor veteran and Rudd supporter Simon Crean and his wife have taken a taxpayer-funded parliamentary trip to Europe just months before he leaves his job.

It is understood the study trip could include Italian cooking lessons for the couple in Rome as well as a sojourn on the canals of Venice.

Department of Foreign Affairs sources have told The Australian that instructions were recently sent to Australia’s embassy in Rome to look into organising cooking classes for Mr Crean and his wife, Carole.

The former Labor leader is believed to be in the Swiss city of Geneva on a visit that will also take him to Rome, the fashion capital of Milan and the tourist mecca of Venice - all paid for by his parliamentary entitlements for overseas study travel.


Hang the fucker from the yardarm.


"Journalism" as practised by leftwing scum.

Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog

As for Bridie herself, she was a Labor member even in her teens, and dreamed of doing Labor’s work when older, as she wrote in The Australian:

When I’m 38

ALP member, Grafton
In 2026, I’d like to be working in policy.
Having joined the ALP at such a young age, I hope I will have had a lot of opportunities by then.
When I’m 38 - 2026 A Vision for the Nation’s Future: Part 12 Politics and Ideas:
The Australian 03 Nov 2006
Don’t you love it when dreams come true?

But don’t you hate - I mean, really hate - this gotcha journalism of the hypocritical Left, seeking to take offence for political purposes, while acting offensively themselves?

Hey! I know one of them!

Reece Elliott Reece Elliott posted his comment on online memorial pages

BBC News - US Facebook death threats troll: Reece Elliott jailed

A British man who threatened to kill 200 people in the US, in posts he made under a false name on Facebook, has been jailed for more than two years.

Reece Elliott, 24, of Foss Way, South Shields, made the threat in February on online memorial pages for two Tennessee girls killed in car accidents.

About 3,000 pupils in Warren County missed school the next day as a result.

Elliott, who pleaded guilty at Newcastle Crown Court in April, was jailed for two years and four months.

The father-of-one admitted one count of making a threat to kill and eight of sending grossly offensive messages. He had been held in custody since his arrest.


Monday, July 8, 2013

Outsmarting Ourselves | Gates of Vienna

Outsmarting Ourselves | Gates of Vienna

Early in May there was a minor firestorm over Jason Richwine, at that time a researcher and scholar at the Heritage Foundation, a Washington D.C. think tank. Mr. Richwine had committed one of the cardinal sins guaranteed to end a career, even for those who work for “conservative” organizations: he had discussed the scientific evidence for a correlation between race and intelligence, as measured by IQ.

In a sane world, of course, what he said would be unexceptionable. He simply cited the numerous studies that demonstrate the differential distribution of mean IQ as correlated with what are commonly known as “racial differences”. If the same level of evidence were to indicate, say, the correlation between smoking and the incidence of lung cancer, or CO2 emissions and global temperature increases, there would be no problem. The general consensus would be: “The science is settled.”


MO Speaker Tim Jones Threatens To Refile Nixon Subpoenas | The Dana Show

MO Speaker Tim Jones Threatens To Refile Nixon Subpoenas | The Dana Show StumbleUpon

Matrix: who is Edward Snowden? « Jon Rappoport's Blog

Matrix: who is Edward Snowden? « Jon Rappoport's Blog

Matrix: Who is Edward Snowden?
By Jon Rappoport
July 8, 2013
This article is a compilation of a number of pieces I’ve written about Ed Snowden and the NSA. It doesn’t replace them, but it hits the high points…

Let’s begin here: If you absolutely must have a hero, watch Superman movies.

If your need for a hero is so great, so cloying, so heavy, so juicy that it swamps your curiosity, don’t read this. 

If you can’t separate Snowden’s minor revelations from the question of who he is, if you can’t entertain the notion that covert ops and intelligence-agency games are reeking with cover stories, false trails, and limited hangouts, you need more fun in your life.

NSA? CIA? These guys live for high-level bullshit. They get down on their knees and worship it. They fall into a suicidal funk if they aren’t lying on at least three or four levels at once.

Okay. Let’s look at Snowden’s brief history as reported by The Guardian. Are there any holes?

Is the Pope Catholic?


Faceless frauds foist fat fuck on fraught country


krudd: a liar.


Sunday, July 7, 2013

Liberal productivity plan

Earlier today the Coalition released its policy to Boost Productivity and Reduce

Reducing regulation is an essential part of the Coalition’s Real Solutions Plan to
grow the economy, get the Budget under control and create one million new jobs
within five years.

Our policy will cut $1 billion a year in red and green tape, generate more jobs and
strengthen the economy.

Under Labor, 21,000 additional regulations have been added despite Kevin Rudd’s
promise in 2007 to cap the growth of regulation. Labor has paid too little regard to
the increased costs of regulation to the economy and to our ongoing national

Small business, in particular, has carried the cost of Labor’s increasing compliance

Small businesses don’t have compliance departments – and nor should they.  We need
common sense to prevail again.

Our policy will:
* scrap Labor’s Carbon Tax which is a burden on jobs and households;
* set aside two Parliamentary sitting days for the repeal of legislation each year;
* link the remuneration of senior public servants to proven reductions in red tape;
* create a unit in every department and agency responsible for cutting red tape;
* establish a one-stop-shop for environmental approvals; and
* transfer administration of paid parental leave from business to the Family
Assistance Office.

This is a comprehensive policy to strengthen the economy by making government more
efficient and businesses more productive.  You can read the full policy here

Our policy is in keeping with the pledge Tony Abbott made in his 2013 Budget Reply
:  to deliver careful, collegial, consultative, straightforward government that says
what it means and does what it says.

Only the Coalition has the Plan
to build a stronger Australia and a better future for all Australians.

Yours sincerely,
Andrew Robb
Shadow Minister for Finance, Deregulation and Debt Reduction

Quadrant Online - If the jackboot fits....

Quadrant Online - If the jackboot fits....

Although definitions of fascism vary, the key component is all-encompassing state control over every aspect of life, as the Gillard government is presently aiming to achieve. Increasingly frequent laments about the ‘Nanny State’ don’t go far enough to identify the present and sinister political trajectory. As the founder of fascism, Benito Mussolini, explained:

“The fascist conception of the State is all-embracing; outside of it no human or spiritual values can exist, much less have value. Thus understood, fascism is totalitarian, and the Fascist State ... interprets, develops, and potentiates the whole life of a people”. According to Mussolini, the essence of fascism can be summed up as follows: “Everything in the State, nothing against the State, nothing outside the State”.

An excellent recent illustration of this statist mentality is provided by left-wing ALP Senator Doug Cameron, who used his March 25 speech to the welfare lobby group, the Australian Council of Social Service, to demand further tax increases so that the state can assume greater responsibility for providing income for an even larger proportion of the population.

What Cameron didn’t mention was that more than 50% already rely on government handouts, increasingly promoted as ‘entitlements’. This promotes the ideal fascist society composed of millions of isolated individuals dependent on the state for the quality of their existence and therefore beholden to the political party prepared to guarantee them ongoing state largesse. This contrasts with the pluralistic approach of the Coalition, whose family and community spokesman, Kevin Andrews, told the same conference the following day that an Abbott government would seek to strengthen civil society, preserve the social fabric, mobilize private resources, and empower local communities to assume greater responsibility for the provision and direction of assistance to those in need.

A core element of left fascism is exemplified by the Gillard government’s fierce desire to establish state control over the media and to criminalize free speech. Possibly nothing better illuminates the political crisis into which Australia has fallen than these complementary pieces of legislation, designed to brutally suppress criticism and dissent, even to the extent of reversing the burden of proof to generate the desired level of fear amongst journalists and editors.  Complementing this plan to suppress private media was the government’s gift of $10 million to the ABC ahead of its coverage of the upcoming federal election. 

Left fascism also expresses itself in the corruption-ridden, corporate-state relationship between the government and the so-called union movement, which is not strictly a ‘movement’ at all, but rather a system of patronage, nepotism, and influence controlled by a small self-perpetuating elite which exploits its control over government decision-making for personal advancement and benefit. It is present also in the Gillard administration’s acceptance of high levels of fraud and criminality within the unions, and also within organizations claiming to represent favoured ethnic and racial groups.

Left fascism expresses itself also in Labor’s desire to centralize control over ideology and propaganda through the education system at all levels. A particularly appalling example of this is the vital history component of the national curriculum, which largely dismisses the achievements of Western Civilization, instead absurdly elevating the destructive protest activity of the far-left and extreme environmentalism to Gandhi-like status. The universities, which have been made financially dependent upon the state, are also now happily complicit in the left fascism project. Virtually all academic criticism has been brutally stifled while a group of major universities have set up ‘The Conversation’ as a major on-line propaganda vehicle.

Another core aspect of fascism is the state’s desire to achieve the ‘total mobilization’ of the population against some mythical threat. In the case of Labor-led left fascism, total mobilization has been promoted against alleged climate change (“the great moral challenge of our generation”). And this led only a few years ago to Labor declaring its intention to sign up to a plan that amounted to establishing a world government and total mobilization on a global scale. Associated with this are proposals, promoted by leftists and radical environmentalists, for the suspension of the democratic process and the rule of law. Another example is Gillard’s class-war rhetoric, and her typically inept but persistent attempt to mobilize mass opposition against ‘bosses’ and ‘big miners’ and, most recently, foreign workers.
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