GetUp recruiting staff to coordinate its usual voter fraud in Aboriginal and wider communities
Bill Shorten’s GetUp has overtly shown its hand to infiltrate FNQ Aboriginal communities ensuring disadvantaged welfare voters support the Labor Party first and Greens second at the upcoming federal election.
At previous elections voting booth workers have heard GetUp members tell Aboriginal voters to vote for Labor or they will lose their sit-down money.
In what has been a covert operation for many elections the GetUp mob’s involvement in wide-scale voter fraud is now evident.
Well known as communist sympathisers GetUp says on their website: ‘ We’re an independent movement of more than one million people working to build a progressive Australia and put people back into politics.’
This motley mob of dope-smoking, troglodytes interspersed with loopy environmental miscreants, unsure if they are male or female, will invade Aboriginal communities coercing them to vote for the ALP and Greens.
Sources have told Cairns News this mob has close ties to various Australian Electoral Commission staffers who share their communist devotion.
Submissions with direct proof of wide spread voter fraud have been handed to the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters for a decade or more detailing the modus operandi of systemic multiple voting in fictitious names, a ploy well developed by the ALP and unions since 1944.
Simply, a list of fictitious names at real addresses is handed to the unions who in turn now delegate GetUp to do their dirty work. After all the organisations are one of the same.
A busload of GetUp members does the rounds of the polling booths in marginal seats and votes multiple times using the names on the list.
Their efforts have decided the fate of several elections.
The JSCEM finally recommended that voter identification be introduced as soon as possible
Hence the Liberal Party’s Voter Integrity bill to provide ID before voting, lapsed due to lack of support from within the Liberal and Labor parties in December.
GetUp attracts individual donations from throughout Australia including corporations.
Election Organisers FNQ job positions advertised on employment Agency SEEK. (advertisement)
GetUp Limited Cairns & Far North Community Services & Development Volunteer Coordination & Support $74,172.28 – $79,807.52 per annum (pro-rata) Full time Posted 5d ago More jobs from this company
GetUp is looking for Election Organisers to join our 2022 election effort in Far North Queensland. Positions start mid-February 2022 and finish two weeks after the date of the Federal Election – likely to be held in May 2022.
SCHADS Classification Level 4 salary range is $74,172.28 – $79,807.52 per annum (pro-rata) + superannuation, determined by relevant experience and qualifications.
Roles are fixed term and full time, helping to drive impact on First Nations Justice in the upcoming Federal Election. Candidates require a driver’s license and there will be on-the-ground travel throughout the duration of the contract. These positions will ideally be based in Cairns but we will consider flexible options for the right candidate.
At GetUp, we know our capacity to drive progressive change is increased when our team has a diversity of backgrounds and experience. We are always actively looking for applicants from a diverse range of genders, cultures, language groups, abilities, and experiences to apply.
Who is GetUp
The GetUp movement is powered by the values and hopes of one million members, movement partners and a central team of expert strategists. Together, we do whatever it takes, with fierce integrity, to make extraordinary impact.
We focus our campaigns on the areas our members care about most in the fields of Environmental Justice, Human Rights, Economic Fairness, First Nations Justice and Democratic Integrity. From making sure hundreds of thousands of people are able to vote in elections, to successfully stopping major projects threatening the Great Barrier Reef, or fighting against an offshore regime of detention and deterrence of people seeking asylum – we have a decade-long history of mobilising a movement to really win.
Who is the First Nations Justice Team
The First Nations Justice Team is made up of talented campaigners who lead the organisation’s work on issues that impact Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities. The team prides itself on deep strategic thinking and strong engagement with impacted communities, while inspiring and mobilising the diversity of people across our movement towards change.
This election, GetUp’s First Nations Justice Team will lead an innovative campaign that will raise the voices and visibility of First Nations communities around the country, build pathways for more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to vote, and share community solutions to protect country and cultural heritage.
As a Election Organiser, you will:
- Get to know local electorate dynamics on the ground, understanding the issues that matter to local First Nations peoples;
- Build relationships that contribute to an impactful ground campaign, including volunteer recruitment, training and development;
- Devise and execute voter contact and community engagement strategies;
- Distribute materials and run campaign actions that build visibility and support for key issues on the ground;
- Support engagement with community leaders, politicians, journalists and other key stakeholders on the ground;
- Supervise junior staff and volunteers as required.
You will be someone who:
- Thrives in an extremely fast-paced team environment;
- Is a team player who works autonomously and takes the initiative doing what it takes to get the job done;
- Is a great relationship builder & project manager who works hard to get a result no matter the obstacles;
- Is able to work after hours and on weekends from time to time; and
- Has a minimum of 2 years experience in the workforce.
Bonus points for:
- Experience organising in the NT or QLD, or experience relevant to working in First Nations communities;
- Experience doing electoral organising.
If even a couple of these criteria speak to you, you could be the perfect person for the job. Formal education, qualifications and extensive experience matter less to us than excellence, initiative and drive.
Please provide a cover letter addressing the below questions.
Tell us about your two most relevant experiences that demonstrate why you’ll be great in this job
What is your take on what’s wrong with Australian politics, and why is organising part of the solution to fix it?
At GetUp we know our capacity to drive progressive change is increased when our team has a diversity of backgrounds and experience. How will you contribute to an equitable and inclusive workplace?
Write up a plan detailing four steps you will take in order to identify the issues that resonate with local people in the Target Seat area. Please use dot points.
Draft an email to your local group of GetUp volunteers inviting them to come along to a snap action outside the target MP’s office.