…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger
The temporary leader of Australia; the leader by the grace of spineless, venal cowards infesting his party, is being taken seriously by media and even by some normal people. Pathetically unable to say yes or no, but capable of endless waffling so admired by the Left media, he shows that parliamentarians and party apparatchiks have more in common with each other than with their constituents; and that there is nothing we can do about it.
Some Australian “journalist” stated, in Turnbull’s defence, that he being so rich can’t be a socialist. How the meanings of terms got confused! Goldman Sachs, Turnbull’s ‘Alma mater’, practices redistribution of wealth on a small scale, from small people to the big ones; and it is almost superfluous to mention Soros, the ugly face of the Big Money. The governments, even those pretending to be conservative, steal from small, productive people wholesale. It is very close to socialism but who cares? Who counts the victims? Who thinks?
Libs party is perpetually lame and proud of it. While Turnbull is the current leader and its most odious example, a thinking conservative will recall Howard’s firearms laws or Abbott’s non-action on the freedom of speech. The Left can’t lose the forthcoming election – either ALP wins, or LibNats will. Big Money may wish LibNats to win in order to keep Turnbull in charge and thus turn Australia even more to the left and the global new order.
The internal LibNats’ polls must be really bad for Turnbull and the top scum Liberals started talking as if they were almost right wing and cared about Australian people. It seems that even those political commentators claiming to be conservative and infallible, swallowed the Coalition’s latest ploy to confuse the population and retain the power. Some hope that Turnbull’s turn is for real. Hmm.
If Liberals lose badly they could, conceivably, shake off the yoke of political correctness, get rid of the Labor Trojan Horse Turbull, and, possibly, turn to the original conservative principles. However – Liberals a conservative party? Not in my lifetime.