When a government does to it's people what the Liberal party under Sco Mo has done the last two years.........to see their demise is nothing to me but cause for celebration.
Albo didn't win. Sco Mo's traitors lost.
Primary votes were atrocious for both majors and so it was no victory by Labor.
I am happy Sco Mo and his wets are gone, even though I know things will be continuing under Labor, or god help us worse, eating the sandwich with only slightly less shit, and who knows yet, maybe more shit, was not acceptable to anyone, not even the starving.
I won't take kindly to hearing "but Labor will be worse".
When people are at war with you, you take them out, and you do so when you can, at every opportunity. Yes, Albo will have to be fought as well.
But right now, there is no UNiparty of two majors, and the wets are gone from the Libs.
For Australia's sake, that has to be a good thing.
I have privately thanked Peter Campion (cardimona) but would like to publicly acknowledge his efforts as well.
I have never physically met the man. We have spoken on the phone. Yet through these last two years he has been an inspiration to me and helped me through some hard times. He did it by being a man of honour and conviction and who never wavered or looked like he was going to. He was one of the very few, the extremely rare few who never lost their shit right from the start, and with whom I could have good conversations, ensuring we kept sane and free from the effects of the fear propaganda that got nearly everybody. He stood up for what he believes in, and what he believes in is good old values we once all held dear.
He didn't win in Kennedy. I know Peter gave it his all, and I also know that to him, like me, it is more important to fight this whether we lose or not, than to go to our graves submitting just once.
Thanks Peter, knowing you are there and a fellow traveller has been more of a help than I realised.
Have a well earned rest for now, best wishes to you and your family....
I only tuned into watching the election 'counts' to the point where large swings to the minors & huge swings away from Labor in some Labor safe seats, suddenly became early called Labor 'wins'.
It was like the US 2020 'count' all over again and I wasn't going to put myself through listening to what many had already predicted would be the case.
Having compulsory voting actually makes it easier to rig our elections because there is a known, fixed number of votes for each seat to be 'tweaked'/miscounted and they don't have to holt counting to print & deliver more ballots.
That we have a much more limited FTA & Social Media than most of the rest of the West, also makes it much easier to sell plausibility of the bullshit & thefts they dish up to us as OUR "Just Desserts".
I ws scrutineering last night. The preferences didnt even get looked at. They took the 2 highest candidate votes and allocated the rest of the votes based on who of the 2 was highest on the voter ballot. I find this a bit sus, I questioned it and got told thats the way it is done. So much for preferences
By the way the informal vote was 11.5 %
Just saw this post on Jo Nova’s latest discussion of last night’s results. Interesting.
This from over at Dover's where MOST are doing the Globalist's Job of SELLING PLAUSIBILITY for the obvious (to those who know real people), INSTALLTION of The Globalist Totalitarian UNiParty.
Once you see the number of telephone votes from the allegedly Covid Stricken, you’ll see how the fix was executed.
Hence the Lib disbelief at the teal vote, never mind that the teal-ites were recruiting school children (mainly girls, as boys are not as wedded to the climate cause) at the Elsternwick (Goldstein) Railway station last week to dial in and impersonate the Covidly stricken.
From the national candidates' Telegram thread, from a Victorian UAP Senate candidate...
Mr Palmer said that in at least one federal seat, AEC officials had removed cast ballot papers from pre polling booths and taken them to their private homes in breach of the law.
“This will result in complaints to the police and the possible jailing of the AEC officials,’’ Mr Palmer said.
“I call upon the Electoral Commission to investigate these matters and dismiss any staff who have acted in an unlawful manner.
“Our party will hold the AEC to account and seek that the election be rerun in the seats concerned.
“Fortunately, we have the evidence on video and a witness who followed an AEC official to his home,’’ Mr Palmer said.
From the Qld candidates' Telegram thread, from a Qld lower house candidate...
A number of my scrutineers said the count was done with every candidate having one pile of votes, but mine was in two piles. Then at some point one of my piles "disappeared" at each booth. Probably tacked onto the bottom of the Lib pile... it's a complete farce. Honest people like us, trying to beat a corrupt system. What were we thinking...
The last of the big three reasons for walking away was the government’s frosty indifference during the covid hysteria of 2020-21 to the nazification of what it was solemnly sworn to safeguard: one of the world’s oldest democracies. The crimes committed against Australians by the states included: house arrest, Chinese surveillance, extreme police violence, renditioning, the doctoring of hospital statistics, deliberate medical lies, wilful exaggeration intended to alarm, an assumption of control – bordering on compulsory acquisition – of all private property, the prohibition of work, education and leisure, the closing of courts and parliaments, the suspension of free speech and assembly, the mandatory violation of bodies, the psychological torture of the dying, the vaxx-molestation of non-endangered children and the derailment of their social development. The only thing the Morrison cabinet did about the atrocities was pay for them. Unlike, say, the vindicated Ron DeSantis, the PM couldn’t see the upside in championing reason, decency, truth and the rule of law for the entire population. Had he seen it, he still might have lost office but would have bequeathed a harvest for the annals to his successor and the Liberal Party.