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Is Scott Morrison a Donald Trump lite? – » The Australian Independent Media Network

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Morrison’s National Cabinet served the purpose of his being able to claim credit for any worthwhile policies agreed to, while passing national responsibility for issues like quarantine – for which the Federal government is responsible – onto the states and territories, brushing aside the appalling level of deaths in Aged Care accommodation – again a Federal responsibility – and generally doing little but appearing to be in charge. Because of Trump, the USA has experienced a massive loss of respect from the rest of the world. Recent events have brought out very clearly the extent to which Trump’s Presidency has been a total disaster. Because of Morrison and his stubborn refusal to properly review his policies on emissions reductions, Australia is also losing respect in the developed world.

Is Scott Morrison a Donald Trump lite? – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Where have all the flowers gone? – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Too many people have suffered severely under this government – and are continuing to suffer – and they include Australian citizens, many of whom are in the arts and entertainment industries, who have performed to raise funds for others, like after the 2020/21 bush fires, but who have been given no support by government; foreign nationals on work visas with no work.now available; refugees deprived of freedom to a greater extent than murderers, and those caught out overseas who have definitely not been returned to Australia by Christmas! We need a ray of hope that the Coalition can be voted out – so we need an effective Opposition!

Where have all the flowers gone? – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Wake up, Australia! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

We live in an era where the advice on which government Ministers seem to rely does not come from experienced Public Servants, but from political advisers, whose duties are centred – not on “What is best for the country?”, but “What is most likely to help win the next election?” When people’s lives are being damaged in consequence of a totally flawed policy approach, something has to change. And we who are electors have got to be much more vocal in making it clear that what we are being offered doesn’t begin to meet the pub test!

Wake up, Australia! – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Our PM is incompetent, insensitive and incapable of good judgment – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Millions of people in the world are struggling to survive, while a very small minority are working furiously to acquire millions, to salt away their wealth, and secure themselves recognition and a place in the super rich category. In reality, many in this group are totally insensitive to the fact that their greed is causing genocide in many nations, destroying the environment all round the world, including an alarming assault on biodiversity, while ignoring the existential threat of global warming. And we have a PM who is a happy member of that minority – gladly rubbing shoulders with and kowtowing to a wealthy elite, while trying to be seen as the leader who cares. Actually he is – but not because he cares about others in need, but because he cares about his own needs for praise and recognition. He is a mini-Trump – and that is no compliment!

Our PM is incompetent, insensitive and incapable of good judgment – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Morrison – the crooked enabler – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Winning, by staying on top and making your own rules, is the name of the game – and has been for Morrison from long before he entered politics. No wonder a rogue group in the Special Forces ran amok. After all – the Prime Minister is the most important person in the country and his example must be one to follow. Scott Morrison -you fully deserve the opprobrium implicit in the Chinese cartoon and your fake anger in response is patently dishonest. You are an enabler of the worst kind. And – disastrously – you are also enabling a reluctance to act on our greatest challenge – global warming.

Morrison – the crooked enabler – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Scott Morrison – you are a fraud – » The Australian Independent Media Network

The man in charge of our government at present is far too similar to Donald Trump for comfort. He tells lies – as do, it seems, far too many politicians – but he does so with a frequency and purpose that makes his behaviour seem unexceptional, because it is consistent. His hubris is such that he does not even perceive, or, if he does, he does not care, that his plans to achieve, and retain a firm grip on, power are seriously damaging the future for most of those affected by his policy decisions. He is, in consequence, a dangerous man to be allowed to hold the reins of power.

Scott Morrison – you are a fraud – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Without transparency, corruption flourishes – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Scott Morrison played on the general ignorance, as regards politics, of many members of the public, when he performed a one-man-band election campaign in 2019. A closer inspection of his message would have revealed no policy promises, except for cutting taxes. For the unthinking, that sounds like a good idea.

Without transparency, corruption flourishes – » The Australian Independent Media Network

A Dangerous, Devious, Deluded, Disastrous, Domineering Dunderhead – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Just as Trump has a rusted on ‘base’, which lets him feel he is universally worshipped – except by the foolish few who believe ‘fake’ news – so, too, has the Coalition enabled Morrison to believe he is doing a good job of managing the economy, the country and our place in the world

A Dangerous, Devious, Deluded, Disastrous, Domineering Dunderhead – » The Australian Independent Media Network

How real is history? – I personally feel that is not really fair to judge the past by standards which we have adopted only recently. » The Australian Independent Media Network

In Australia, our education system MUST incorporate the history of our First Nations if we hope to change our attitudes to any significant extent. We need to consult community leaders and involve them in decision making and we need to stop allowing mining companies from destroying heritage treasures tens of thousands of years old.

If we stopped worshipping money, just think how much better our world might be!

We cannot change the past but we can and should make a real effort to ensure our behaviour in the future leaves a history which does not make our descendants ashamed of their ancestors.

And if we are to have a future, we need to start listening to the experts in all of the sciences, not just health!

via How real is history? – I personally feel that is not really fair to judge the past by standards which we have adopted only recently. » The Australian Independent Media Network

How deep does corruption in high places go? – » The Australian Independent Media Network

A factor in the Coalition’s winning of the 2019 election could well have been the – dare I call it corrupt – pork barrelling through the sports grants.

All attempts, however feeble, by the Coalition to establish an anti-corruption watch dog have so far gone nowhere, but – praise be – religious discrimination laws seem to have been assigned to the dustbin!

The picture is not pretty – and even if our actions on climate change pale into insignificance beside those needing to be made by the really big polluters, USA, China and India – showing willing, added to efforts in Europe and elsewhere, would do much more good than harm.

I strongly feel that the actions of too many of our politicians go way beyond self-interest – ignoring their duties to electors – and actually move substantially into the realm of corruption.

Another facet of the government’s lack of consistency is the unspent $60 billion!

Millions were left without substantial help, while businesses were given first priority to be able to continue in existence.

If Morrison was prepared to spend the money for employees who, it transpires, do not exist, then he should use if for those who do exist, but who were abandoned because they fell outside his arbitrary criteria.

Morrison currently has a one seat majority and even if Eden Monaro turns that into a 2-seat majority, it is not an overwhelming mandate – particularly as he gained fewer than half the votes.

To ignore social distancing by inciting a revolution, out on the streets en masse, demanding attention to climate change action, would be irresponsible.

But come the end of the lock-down, we need to be prepared for action.

This probably corrupt and definitely uncaring government must be brought to heel!

via How deep does corruption in high places go? – » The Australian Independent Media Network