Tag: Morrison

So what the hell happened to Boris Johnson — and can it happen to Donald Trump? | Salon.com

US President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hold a meeting at UN Headquarters in New York, September 24, 2019, on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly. (SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images)

Is Australia’s Scott Morrison the 3rd Musketeer?

There’s a truism of conventional wisdom, broadly accepted on both sides of the Atlantic, that British and American politics since World War II have run in rough parallel. Sometimes one of the two Anglophone democracies gets ahead and sometimes the other falls behind, but roughly similar phenomena — adjusted for cultural differences and quite different political systems — tend to occur at roughly the same time.

Source: So what the hell happened to Boris Johnson — and can it happen to Donald Trump? | Salon.com

Anyone See This Mad NSW Public Health RAT-Tsunami Coming! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

LNP Protectors or Bullies True colors revealed

Hello – Now the NSW government and Health resort to excessive measures and bullying, showing their true colours. Not grateful or supportive of nurses at all, but then we knew that already since they had to repeat it every day to the press in public briefings to convince themselves with their own lies, deceit and denials. NSW Health clearly is buckling and the government resorts to further excessive force on its own long–suffering workforce. So tell us where are those tens of thousands of nurses promised by Greg Hunt yesterday from the private sector? Where are they? Don’t these Liberal governments talk to each other at all? Would that not be supportive? Is that too hard for Mr Hazzard and Perrottet?

Source: Anyone See This Mad NSW Public Health RAT-Tsunami Coming! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Old Dog Thought- From saying “Happy Anniversary Jen” at his press con to have Hawke kick Djockovic out at 4.55pm on Friday and his personal News Corp snapper Alan and costumes ready 24/7 Morrison is doing the Trump carnival. Unfortunately more Buffo than Truffo (entertainer)

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Fighting Fake News with REAL 17/1/22; Scott Morrison PR and Image Direct from News Corp Inc; Morrison BigMouth & 2 Left feet;

Deporting Novak Djokovic Is a Political Stunt

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This is closer to the truth

Do not be fooled Morrison’s Government can be right for the wrong reasons at one and the same time. Distraction the primary purpose for doing the most popular action doesn’t remove the stain of Morrison’s pandemic cock up.

While COVID-19 overwhelms Australia’s health system, Scott Morrison’s government has spent the week trying to deport tennis star Novak Djokovic. It’s a cynical attempt to distract from a major public health disaster.

Source: Deporting Novak Djokovic Is a Political Stunt

Leadership is vital in this election – » The Australian Independent Media Network

My thought for the day Lying in the media is wrong at any time; however, it is even more so when they do it by deliberate omission. Murdoch’s papers seem to do it with impunity. ( John Lord )

Source: Leadership is vital in this election – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Killer Robots and the Laws We Need to Stop Them | The Smirking Chimp

What can they do to Australia’s Tanks

Here’s a scenario to consider: a military force has purchased a million cheap, disposable flying drones each the size of a deck of cards, each capable of carrying three grams of explosives—enough to kill a single person or, in a “shaped charge,” pierce a steel wall. They’ve been programmed to seek out and “engage” (kill) certain human beings, based on specific “signature” characteristics like carrying a weapon, say, or having a particular skin color. They fit in a single shipping container and can be deployed remotely. Once launched, they will fly and kill autonomously without any further human action.

Source: Killer Robots and the Laws We Need to Stop Them | The Smirking Chimp

As COVID rips through Australia, is Scott Morrison’s media strategy starting to fail as well?

Why the ABC is so essential!!

Media ownership and diversity are obviously not front-of-mind issues for most of the electorate. But they are not negligible considerations either. Morrison relies heavily on the support of News Corp, which has become a de facto propaganda arm of the government. Anything that unsettles that cosy arrangement would compromise his media strategy and make an already difficult set of circumstances even more awkward.

Source: As COVID rips through Australia, is Scott Morrison’s media strategy starting to fail as well?

No, Morrison can’t avoid going to an election (and other stories)

Social media discourse has been indicating PM Morrison may attempt to postpone the 2022 Election using the pandemic as an excuse. Andrew P Street sets the record straight.

Source: No, Morrison can’t avoid going to an election (and other stories)

Traffic laws abolished in NSW as residents are encouraged to show personal responsibility instead | The Chaser

Morrison and Perrottet guide to the road ahead.

Drivers across New South Wales will enjoy a raft of new freedoms from next week, with the abolishment of all of the states’ traffic laws.

Source: Traffic laws abolished in NSW as residents are encouraged to show personal responsibility instead | The Chaser

Albo seems to be everything that Scomo isn’t – » The Australian Independent Media Network

My thought for the day The way you think and feel about yourself affects every aspect of your life. When you love, accept, respect and approve of yourself, you validate your existence.( John Lord)

Source: Albo seems to be everything that Scomo isn’t – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Prime minister’s department ‘can’t find’ sports rorts document requested by Rex Patrick under FOI | Freedom of information | The Guardian

Rex Patrick

Independent senator Rex Patrick has condemned the prime minister’s department for claiming it cannot find a key letter from Christian Porter to Scott Morrison about the sports rorts affair, a position seemingly at odds with the attorney general’s office, which has fought to keep the document secret. Patrick has been fighting an almost two-year freedom of information battle with the attorney general’s office, seeking access to a letter from the then attorney general to the prime minister about the administration of the community sport infrastructure program. The attorney general’s letter is thought to provide legal advice to the prime minister on a particular aspect of the damning auditor general’s report that found the government handed out $100m in sport grants in order to favour “targeted” Coalition seats at the May 2019 election. Parliament House, Canberra Information watchdog demands change after two government departments break FoI laws within a month Read more The request was rejected on cabinet confidentiality and legal privilege grounds, something Patrick disputed and took to the watchdog, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner. While he was waiting for a

Source: Prime minister’s department ‘can’t find’ sports rorts document requested by Rex Patrick under FOI | Freedom of information | The Guardian

Old Dog Thought- JFK to Morrison “Stop asking what Australia can do for you but what you can do for your country” Afterall you do hold the hose as much as you don’t want to

Fighting Fake News with REAL; 17/12/21; Democracy or Corruption; Journalism, MSM, ACCC

Government defends pork barrel allegations

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Morrison admits he doesn’t “govern” for all Australians when he says the LNP are” better represented” when applying for grants. After all, 50% of Australia didn’t vote for him their “needs ” obviously have little or nothing to do with the grants given out. He agrees only politics does. So,his pork-barrelling is quite ok and he’s the better politician because of it. How much a Dervish can he get?

Birmingham claims the LNP supports disability but  only regional areas areas is would seem. He says that despite the fact we know that the current LNP program is to cut the NDIS. Data is data and neither Morrison or Birmingham put up a convincing argument that bribing electorates enhances Democracy , or that they are working for all Australians. When will these pricks stop normalising gaslighting? The biggest distribution of welfare has been Corporate, it’s been direct, and shit, given the increased income and wealth gaps these past 8 years we know how well that’s worked. As a consequence the money comes flowing back by way of donations x5 times that of the opposition and that’s just what is visible. Is it any wonder Andrew Robb quit politics for a $1M pay packet or the many others that are now well paid lobbyists for major industries? Or that Barnaby gets a massive personal cheque from Gina or Abbott’s daughter a scholarship?

Senator Birmingham also pointed to other grant programs that provided strong support to Labor electorates, such as disability support.Prime Minister Scott Morrison put the discrepancies between Labor and Liberal electorates – including Defence Minister Peter Dutton’s inner Brisbane seat receiving almost 50 times more than its Labor-held neighbour – to Coalition seats having good local members.

Source: Government defends pork barrel allegations

Integrity means far more than just not engaging in criminal conduct – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Integrity means the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles. That sets the bar far higher than just not engaging in criminal conduct. How many of our politicians would pass a genuine integrity test?

Source: Integrity means far more than just not engaging in criminal conduct – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Jailing Former Immigration Ministers: Denmark’s Inger Støjberg – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Dutton and Andrews come to mind and what it was they got away with when Immigration Ministers

Immigration ministers in other countries should take note but the lessons of this case are unlikely to be learned in Australia. Down under, immigration officials act with brutal impunity confident that their callous decisions are unlikely to ever face stern judicial eyes. No Australian immigration minister has faced proceedings for culpability in returning people to lands they have fled, only to endure torture, persecution and disappearance. Or for ruining the mental health of asylum seekers locked in indefinite captivity in a subsided Pacific concentration camp system. They have set the standard, and countries like Denmark have been inspired. Støjberg might well count herself unlucky.

Source: Jailing Former Immigration Ministers: Denmark’s Inger Støjberg – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Barnaby Joyce wants end to Assange extradition

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Barnaby Joyce speaks out when the PM doesn’t and he speaks out clearly when he says Julian Assange is being extradited to a country for a crime he didn’t even commit in that country. Meanwhile Scott Morrison stays silent, setting the bar showing what every Australian citizen can expect from this Prime Minister…NOTHING

Mr Joyce says Mr Assange didn’t steal secret US files but only published them, which did not breach any Australian laws at the time, and he was not in the US when leaks were put online. “The question is then: Why is he to be extradited to the US? If he insulted the Koran, would he be extradited to Saudi Arabia? “If we are content that this process of extraditing one Australian to the US for breaking its laws even when he was not in that country is fair, are we prepared therefore to accept it as a precedent for applying to any other laws of any other nation to any of our citizens?” Mr Joyce’s opinion piece came a day after independent Tasmanian MP Andrew Wilkie called on Prime Minister Scott Morrison to pick up the phone to US President Joe Biden and British PM Boris Johnson to end the prosecution. Mr Wilkie, a former intelligence analyst, said the prosecution of Mr Assange had always been political and could be solved politically by Mr Morrison. Mr Assange faces 175 years in prison in the US.

Source: Barnaby Joyce wants end to Assange extradition

Time to end the ‘criminality with impunity’ of Australia’s immigration detention regime – » The Australian Independent Media Network

The unfitness for office of Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his coalition government now stands comprehensively exposed. Yet the apparent criminality of Liberal-National cruelty to immigration detainees has somehow remained largely unexposed, unprevented, and unpunished for nearly a decade.

Source: Time to end the ‘criminality with impunity’ of Australia’s immigration detention regime – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Mark Dreyfus: PM’s Gladys for Warringah push shows he has no standards

Scott Morrison Gladys Berejiklian

It says everything you need to know about Scott Morrison’s approach to integrity that he wants Ms Berejiklian to stand as a candidate for his government while that same investigation is still under way. On this issue, as in her handling of the pandemic, Ms Berejiklian’s judgment has been far superior to Mr Morrison’s. If it was untenable for the Premier to continue in office with serious unresolved allegations of corruption hanging over her, it is equally untenable for her to seek election to the Commonwealth Parliament while those same, serious allegations remain unresolved. And it is even worse for the Prime Minister to be seeking to influence the conduct of that inquiry by misusing his high office, seemingly to try to bully the commission into clearing the former premier because he thinks it will help his election chances.

Source: Mark Dreyfus: PM’s Gladys for Warringah push shows he has no standards

Morrison woos Gladys to attack ICAC – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Above all, Morrison’s backing of Gladys helps normalise corruption as a way of government and the price of doing business. Whilst it’s a dog-whistle to the “freedoms” mob demonstrating against being vaccinated and imported lies and conspiracies about a deep state, it is also an act of desperation born out a Machiavellian realpolitik that tells him his government needs to win at least one other seat in NSW. “Politics is governed by the iron laws of arithmetic” his mentor Howard drily opined in an absurd reduction that helps our democracy drown in cynicism and distrust. In reality as Tony Fitzgerald argues, we need every politician to acknowledge that “membership of a political party doesn’t excuse them from their personal obligations to act honourably, and political parties to understand that voters will only vote for politicians who make and keep promises to act ethically.”

Source: Morrison woos Gladys to attack ICAC – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Old Dog Thought- LNP MPs are in the main ex- lawyers seen complaining the ABC has better ones because their constant barrage tends to be brushed aside and fails to get traction

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Fighting Fake News with REAL, 8/12/21; Biden tells Morrison to “jump”; Credlin’s seeming apology; LNP lawyers complain the ABC has better lawyers than them;

If Gladys is a “great candidate”, our country is truly corrupt – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Morrison is doing a Trump, running on  “Alternative Facts, and polluting the very idea of Democracy.

Gladys Berejiklian managing to resign in disgrace, face the ICAC and bag a better job is emblematic of Australia becoming more corrupt.

Source: If Gladys is a “great candidate”, our country is truly corrupt – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Liberals want Berejiklian to run for Warringah, despite ICAC investigation

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How dare LNP Politicians be questioned for “integrity” by any body other than the LNP itself. Royal Commissions are there to investigate the ALP and their Left-Wing comrades because unlike Morrison, Frydenberg, Dutton, Tudge, or Berejiklian Liberals “never” lie. They have attested to that publicly.

Scott Morrison’s attacks on NSW’s ICAC and endorsement of embattled former premier Gladys Berejiklian to join federal politics have intensified, with the Prime Minister saying she would be a “great” candidate, despite an ongoing corruption investigation.Senior Liberals are escalating their public calls for Ms Berejiklian to switch from NSW politics to Canberra – despite a cloud hanging over her knowledge of corruption by ex-boyfriend Daryl Maguire – in the face of a huge community campaign from Warringah incumbent Zali Steggall.And even as the federal government stalls its plans for a Commonwealth integrity body, Mr Morrison has again attacked the NSW anti-corruption watchdog, hinting that an adverse finding against Ms Berejiklian wouldn’t scupper any bid for high office.“I think she would be great. The way that Gladys Berejiklian has been treated has been shameful,” PM Morrison said on Monday.gladys berejiklian icacMs Berejiklian gives evidence to ICAC in October.“I don’t call that justice.”

Source: Liberals want Berejiklian to run for Warringah, despite ICAC investigation

Scott Morrison’s #themtoo moment – » The Australian Independent Media Network

When women across the nation joined together in an outpouring of grief and anger to demand change, Scott Morrison refused to come out and face the March 4 Justice crowds, instead saying from the floor of parliament that it was a triumph of democracy that protesters were not “met with bullets”. This is not the time to point at someone else saying they do it too. It shouldn’t be necessary to form another committee to work out what to do either. It’s easy. Just stop it!

Source: Scott Morrison’s #themtoo moment – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Where to start?: Boards struggle with climate change risks, fail to act

Almost half of the directors surveyed said their boards should pay more attention to climate but did not know how to do so.

While petrol head  Morrison was at Bathurst having his photo taken. The Corporate boards that he has handballed the emission reduction problem to solve have been scratching their heads saying they don’t know what to do. Yes, the Morrison plan simply said “you fix it”  as he walked out of the room.

Many Australian boards are struggling to prepare their companies or organizations for climate change, with almost half the country’s directors saying they don’t know how to tackle the issue. A first-of-its-kind study by the Australian Institute of Company Directors into how boards are approaching climate change reveals that 77 per cent of directors are concerned about how it will affect their organization, but often failed to act.

Source: Where to start?: Boards struggle with climate change risks, fail to act

Australia’s Religious Discrimination Bill Is About Attacking Workers’ Rights

It’s all photoshoots and posturing. That’s the Morrison Way. It’s as if he was like playing Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard. “Where ready for your next scene Mr Morrison”

In the lead up to Morrison introducing the Religious Discrimination Bill there was much speculation that the entire debacle was meaningless posturing. Some argued it was set up to fail, having been introduced too late in the parliamentary term. Peta Credlin guessed that “this whole debate will turn out be more about striking an election pose than making a difference before polling day.” With the bill set to go before a Senate inquiry over summer, it is unclear whether it will pass before the next federal election — which could be as early as February 2022. And so once again millions of workers now wait patiently to see how their careers and livelihoods will be affected by the greed and game-playing of a handful of religious bosses, factional bigwigs, and parliamentary buffoons. They do bear a striking resemblance to Alice, buffeted by others’ madness and only able to declare, “How queer everything is to-day! And yesterday things went on just as usual…”

Source: Australia’s Religious Discrimination Bill Is About Attacking Workers’ Rights

‘Stunned’: Government reveals no plans for federal ICAC but blames Labor

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Morrison’s usual escape hatch is to blame someone else. He admits he doesn’t run the country and that the first rule of the Morrison government is ” I dont hold any hose” the ALP does. So why not just call an election and retire hurt?  The tradesman in the hi-viz vest and hard hat who keeps blaming his  tools applied for the wrong job in which there’s an opposition. “ScaMo it’s called a Democracy and you do more than have your picture taken”.

The Coalition government has no plans to introduce a long-promised federal integrity commission and has blamed the delay on a lack of support from the Opposition – despite making no changes to a proposed model blasted by experts as the weakest in the country.

Source: ‘Stunned’: Government reveals no plans for federal ICAC but blames Labor

Morrison’s vision is not about technology, nor taxes. Just lots and lots of gaslighting. | The Shot

It takes a village to raze a country, no one man could do it alone and here at The Shot, we want to salute the Coalition for forming a united front with a single vision for Australia, straight out of the Mad Max franchise.

Source: Morrison’s vision is not about technology, nor taxes. Just lots and lots of gaslighting. | The Shot

Integrity bill not priority for parliament: Cash

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With so many LNP ministers demoted for corrupt financial rorts, lies and morally scandalous misbehaviors not just to be now recalled but even promoted this second time around proves the electorate’s demand for an Integrity commission is an essential. Yet, the Morrison government, supposed servant of the electorate, has intentionally avoided establishing what was promised 3years before and he claims he’s not a liar.

What all this suggests is that this has all been just a “Trial Run” for an even bigger Scam, set of lies, and flow of corrupt money this time around because they feel they have got away with it. What’s worse today’s LNP politicians are laughing in the face of the electorates belief in Democracy and they’re behaving as if the electorate works for them and a tsunami money will keep them in power. How Trump  are they?

Federal cabinet has not signed off on a much-criticised integrity commission proposal that Attorney-General Michaelia Cash indicates is unlikely to be introduced to parliament this year.

Source: Integrity bill not priority for parliament: Cash

Scott Morrison lies here – » The Australian Independent Media Network

His lies are going fractal – each lie covered by another lie. Morrison’s liar tag will become a tattoo, his defining characteristic. The smarm will be replaced by the jutted jaw, shouted accusations, panicked, flatulant gibberings, and desperate sloganeering as the drain hole of a prospective Labor-initiated federal integrity commission draws nearer. “Who can you trust?” is an interesting election pitch from a bloke now widely tagged as a consummate deceiver, a nasty bully with a pathological fear of scrutiny. The slow yet satisfying unravelling of the most loathsome toad to ever infect our politics is coming. Enjoy!

Source: Scott Morrison lies here – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Morrison’s belligerence backfires as he bounces around like a beach ball – » The Australian Independent Media Network

It’s not extremists that are causing Scott Morrison to bounce around like a beach ball. He’s a thin-skinned bag of hot air, totally dependent on the crowd to determine his direction.

Source: Morrison’s belligerence backfires as he bounces around like a beach ball – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Morrison’s priorities say it all – » The Australian Independent Media Network

We have Kevin Rudd and Malcolm Turnbull teaming up, John Hewson and Barry Jones, the Business Council and the National Farmers Federation and ACOSS, not to mention the state premiers and a growing group of pissed-off foreign leaders, all lining up together to tell Morrison’s government they are not doing their job adequately. Time to get rid of these dangerous, self-serving, talentless amateurs.

Source: Morrison’s priorities say it all – » The Australian Independent Media Network

How can we trust a liar? – » The Australian Independent Media Network

My thought for the day Leaders who cannot comprehend the importance of truth as being fundamental to the democratic process make the most contribution to its demise. (John Lord )

Source: How can we trust a liar? – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Old Dog Thought- Morrison’s the bag man for Fossil Fuels. “The Morrison Way” The first rule in Morrisonland is there no lies.

Australia Russia and the Saudis sign a pledge

Fighting Fake News with REAL 13/11/21; The first rule in the Game of Lies is there are no lies; What is CHUKUS? 30 Secret Meetings;

Scott Morrison reaffirms coal commitment

scott morrison coal hydrogen

Prime Minister Scott Morrison wants to use hydrogen to prolong coal-fired power as Australia is blasted by a key ally as “a great disappointment” on climate change.

Source: Scott Morrison reaffirms coal commitment

Old Dog Thought- The LNP WAY = The Australian Way. Any Democracy’s foundation is based on the acceptance of loss and not just a win at all cost short term and self-serving careerist thinking.

Fighting Fake News with REAL 4/11/21, The LNP Way is the Australian Way according to Morrison;

Do the crime – do the time – » The Australian Independent Media Network

The reason Dominic Perrottet became Premier of New South Wales is Gladys Berejiklian chose to join the select group of Liberal Party New South Wales Premiers that resigned before undergoing the scrutiny of a New South Wales Independent Commission Against Corruption public hearing. Of course, Berejiklian had her supporters, they are the ones that were questioning why ICAC was investigating her, rather than the correct question – why did she resign as a Member of Parliament prior to ICAC passing judgement on her actions? The answer to the ‘correct’ question will come out in due course and we’re not even going to hazard a guess what the final outcome is

Source: Do the crime – do the time – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Dodgicel: Andy Penn given more billions, this time to beat China to a telco takeover – Michael West Media

Barnaby Joyce, Keith Pitt, coal

Why the blazes was Telstra slotted $1.6bn by Scott Morrison’s government to buy Digicel, and how is it Telstra shares slumped by one-third during the bull market when they are raking in billions in NBN money? Kim Wingerei checks on the charmed existence of chief executive Andy Penn.

Source: Dodgicel: Andy Penn given more billions, this time to beat China to a telco takeover – Michael West Media

Berejiklian, Morrison and Joyce mugged by reality. – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Nationals agree Net Zero

“Money makes the world go around?” As Gladys Berejiklian fronts the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption, ICAC – only to be told to stop her pre-rehearsed pleas of innocence and virtue and just answer the question, taped phone calls reveal former love- buddy, Daryl Maguire, had a virtual key to the public treasure chest, along with a key to her home as part of her swinging “Love-circle” – as she fondly dubs her retinue of friends with benefits. It’s going very badly for gold standard Gladys and mentor Scott Morrison. Especially Morrison, who’s betrayed by protégé Mathias Cormann whom the PM worked maniacally to make his OECD mole. Then the world mocks his absurd energy “Plan”. Morrison also loses his pin-up girl to what sounds unmistakably like corruption on taped calls, allegedly between the ex-premier and her former paramour. Worse, it’s an ill-timed reminder of the government’s promise of a federal ICAC, impotent, unworkable and now three years’ old. The PM doesn’t want any type of ICAC at all, least of all one with teeth, Rachel Withers notes because most of his government’s ministers would be hauled in to answer to it. Like a squid squirting ink,the Coalition quickly exudes a noxious miasma of lies to discredit the state integrity body and to cloud our view of its own transgressions.

Source: Berejiklian, Morrison and Joyce mugged by reality. – » The Australian Independent Media Network

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 “Loose as…” the goose seems squeezed out of the picture. Morrison looks like a Halloween Fagan

French President Emmanuel Macron says Scott Morrison lied to him before scrapping a $90 billion submarine contract. In a sign relations between Paris and Canberra have not improved despite Mr Morrison’s attempts to talk to Mr Macron at the G20 summit in Rome, the French leader did not hold back when he gave his thoughts on the PM’s conduct. Mr Macron was pulled aside by Australian reporters who asked whether he thought Mr Morrison had lied about his intentions.

 He replied: “I don’t think, I know”

Morrison has a history of “poor communications” and all we have heard to date was that Macron and Biden are the ones who have got it “all wrong”. If not personally, then their administrations weren’t up to scratch in delivering his message. Blaming everyone but himself seems something common to Morrison. NZ sacked him as did Howard’s LNP government for his poor messaging, and go it alone clumsy approaches in the past.

Morrison claims he operated ‘in Australia’s National Interest” without expanding on what that “Interest” is. That somehow sounds as if Australia is to blame as well and not ScoMo. Like Trump his communications were “perfect” Yet, how often have we seen him not operating in “our interest” but only his. The pre-election promise of a Federal ICAC springs to mind. His holiday in Hawaii not so perfect.

Australia didn’t go blindly into contracting France to build “deisal fueled subs” the LNP demanded it! Despite France the globes most advanced aquanauts offering us the world’s best nuclear powered ones. Shouldn’t Morrison stop acting like Trump and actually show us the documented communications with the French and US Heads of State? Trump didn’t he tried to hide the official record of communication with his promise of the “Perfect Phone Call with the President of the Ukraine. All Morrison’s communications with Heads of State and their administrations are afterall official and not personal. So everything is documented and on the record. It ought to be easy to see what really happened!! 

 Emmanuel Macron says he ‘knows’ Scott Morrison lied over submarines