Election woes show nearly 70 per cent of voters did not support Liberal or Labor

by Tom Marland*

“The Bradbury PM”

Anthony Albanese is Australia’s new Prime Minister.

I honestly never I thought I would have to say that but hey it’s been a weird few years and it’s about to get weirder.

Not since Steven Bradbury’s miraculous Gold medal at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games have I seen someone fluke such a victory.

Even Bradbury was some what embarrassed by his incredible fortune when every other competitor fell over before the finish line and thought about not accepting his medal but now still talks about the moment in humorous and humble terms.

Not so much Anthony Norman Albanese.

Labor Leader Albanese with Foreign Minister for China Penny Wong, was sworn in as Prime Minister before the counting of postal votes and pre-poll votes in his own electorate had properly started. The AEC gets the gong for having more ESP than the ABC.

Albo and his Labor comrades are claiming this as the greatest electoral victory in Australia’s history.

Labor’s primary vote is a paltry 32.9%- lower than the 33.34 % in 2019 under Bill Shorten – who at least was honest about the chaos he wanted to inflict on the Australian population and economy.

Albo – lying lower than a wobbegong for the past three years – has hardly brought his head up for air let alone announce a cogent or costed policy.

Labor is now on track to be the Party to form government with the lowest primary vote since 1934.

The Coalition looks like they will end up with around 35.5% of the primary vote but will lose as many as 20 seats – only half of them to Labor with Green preferences and the other half to Independents.

The Greens (the party that hold hoses) received 12.1% – mainly in areas where the only remaining remnants of the environment are in zoos and they feel guilty about that so they want to turn the rest of Australia into a National Park.

The “Teal” Independents racked up 10.5% in areas that are so affluent the only thing they can find to worry about is climate change and the price of Brie cheese.

It’s not with some irony that the Teals and the Greens had been hoping for a hung parliament but all they have delivered is a majority Labor Government with the lowest approval ratings in the last 100 years.

They will all now sit on the cross benches in their corporate suits and designer high heels patting themselves on the back but achieving precisely nothing.

They and their constituents will learn the lesson the hard way that you can’t do anything from Opposition or the Cross bench against a Majority Government and instead of actually representing their voters in Parliament – they have just become very expensive seat warmers.

There is no doubt that this was a strange election with the results being both confusing and confounding.

After a tumultuous 3 years including all the bad bits from the Old Testament from fire, pandemic, flood and famine plus having half of the population locked up for nearly two years like flowers in the attic – it was never going to be business as usual.

No doubt Scott Morrison became as unpopular as an adult at a 16th birthday party.

People clearly don’t like kill joys that led Australia through the pandemic with one of the highest vaccination rates, some of the lowest per capita death rates, has the lowest unemployment rates in 50 years, who promote prudent measures on lowering carbon emissions while not strangling our economy and society, believe in the sanctity of our Federal Constitution, believes in the rule of law and the presumption of innocence.

The “Stockholm syndrome” was in full display in Western Australia with a 10.2% swing away from the LNP – the same state that Labor Premier Mark McGowan locked away from the rest of the nation for two years.

It’s very sad when someone like the highly respected Indigenous Affairs Minister Ken Wyatt loses their seat.

The loss of Ryan, Brisbane and Griffith to the Greens also did come as a bit of surprise. No doubt the Greens are now looking to take over the Nation as long as it’s not further than 5km from a vegan deli and someone else has to pay for it.

But it is the inner city Teals of Sydney and Melbourne that really changed this election and through their nativity will change the country for ever and for the worse.

I listened to an interview of a few Teal voters on the ABC and they were all “super exciiiiiited” about now being able to “sort the climate out and oh the enviiiiiiiironment” and also “send a protest vote to the Liberal parrrrrtay”.

What a way to show those right wing conservatives of the Liberal party by kicking out every Liberal moderate that brought some balance to the “broad church”.

You know those moderates who helped bring in Marriage Equality, Net Zero targets, established the largest renewable project in half a century in the Snowy Hydro 2.0, and brought in increased funding for child care, health care and education?

Now we have seen the likes of Frydenberg, Wilson, Zimmerman, Evans, Falinski and Sharma being turfed out and being replaced with a bunch of self-interested Independents who are funded by a multi-millionaire in the form of Simon Holmes a Court who wants to cash in on a few of his own renewable energy projects.

Here is a bit of quick reality check for all those inner city greens and Teal voters who have clearly lost all perspective being surrounded by cement, high carbon emission lifestyles and their own bullshit:

Even if Australia stopped all of our 400 million tonnes of carbon emissions tomorrow – it would make only 4 days of global carbon savings.

And it would also do bugger all to stop the next bushfire, flood or drought.

Australia has also reduced its carbon emissions by 20% since 2005 – in the same period China has increased theirs by 50% from around 5000 million tonnes to 10,000 million tonnes today and will be around 15,000 million tonnes by 2030 – roughly 40 times greater than Australia’s.

Trying to change the climate from inner city Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne is like trying to change the tides with a silver spoon you just took out of your mouth.

Scomo was also brutally criticised for his treatment of women and his lack of action over the Brittany Higgins rape allegations.

Dr Monique Ryan a Teal in Kooyong claimed she wouldn’t want her 21 year old daughter to work in Parliament House for fear of being raped.

You would have a better chance of being eaten by a shark in Parliament House than being raped but that doesn’t stop the likes of Ryan and others playing politics on the issue.

Let’s now see how Albo handles his best mate Grace Tame’s demands to replace the presumption of innocence and burden of proof with the Higgins / Tame law of “I said it, so it must be true”.

To add another clown show to the circus – it looks like Pauline Hanson might lose her senate spot to the Legalise Cannabis Party.

This might not be a bad thing because the Country is clearly all off their heads anyway.

The only good news is that Kristina Keneally looks like her parachute has failed trying to get into Fowler and Jack “the Hammer” Dempsey picked up less votes in Hinkler than the number of hollow promises he made during his campaign.

Now Albanese is in the lodge he will have no where to hide other than to deflect his incompetence with a round table of reviews, consultants and Union aligned “experts”.

Let’s also see how he goes with the Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands and their Chinese Security pact.

And I am also sure they are shaking in their boots…with laughter in Beijing of the thought of going toe to toe with Albo and his sell out mate Richard Marles.

The French have already popped the bubbly and are still keen to supply those $100 billion submarines by 2040 which only go backwards.

One thing is for certain – Albo won’t be the PM by the next election. A few bad poll results and the Union heavy weights will have the knives out again. He is already starting from a low base and will slump to the cellar once everyone realises he was actually always been a dud.

In the mean time, Australia has one of the strongest economies in the world, has survived a global pandemic, has record exports and plenty of opportunities despite those who want us to think that Australia is the worst place in the world.

Let’s see how long it will take Labor to hit the wall.

You’ll know when – it will about the same time they start blaming Scomo and everyone other than themselves for their own failures.

  • Tom Marland is a Brisbane solicitor who hails from Childers, SW of Bundaberg.

About Editor, cairnsnews

One of the few patriots left who understands the system and how it has been totally subverted under every citizen's nose. If we can help to turn it around we will, otherwise our children will have nothing. Our investigations show there is no 'government' of the people for the people of Australia. The removal of the Crown from Australian Parliaments, followed by the incorporation of Parliaments aided by the Australia Act 1987 has left us with corporate government with policies not laws, that apply only to members of political parties and the public service. There is no law, other than the Common Law. This fact will be borne out in the near future as numerous legal challenges in place now, come to a head soon.

Posted on May 29, 2022, in ABC, AEC, ALP, Anthony Albanese and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 47 Comments.

  1. Love it!
    I’m wondering if we can blame the Pandemic or Covid for the most devisive, unruly, nasty, rude and unprofessional Electoral Campaign Australia had ever had.


  2. Hi daviddd2, Thanks for that. Yeah I’m intrinsically a pretty skeptical and cynical carbon unit myself, (like Tonyryan43 is a self proclaimed “intrinsically evil person” hahaha) – but like you, am always ready to admit I got it wrong and own it. Hope we’re both right here in some way or another lol.


  3. @DJohnston,

    lol When it comes to politicians you can never be skeptical enough unless you know them directly. History is not too kind to most of them except in the MSM.

    But as I’ve said previously, I won’t be unhappy if my reservations turn out to be silly and your optimism prevails in this instance. In fact, all the better. lol

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  4. Hi daviddd2, I acknowledge and respect your point. However, (ya knew that was coming right?!), as I’ve said in a recent post, I really believe we are making this all far too convoluted with our mental gymnastics and rabbit hole excavations – and should apply a more Occam’s Razor approach. It is rarely (if ever) wrong.
    As you say though, only time will tell.


  5. Ed: “Not sure how that can be when he is actively destroying the NWO puppets who control Ukarine? Editor”

    It’s not beyond the realms of possibility. See Hegel’s Dialectic…. Thesis v AntiThesis = Synthesis. e.g. Capitalism v Communism = NWO (global neo feudalism with the Money Changers as the aristocrats. Serfs of course own nothing. :-)).

    If you think it’s beyond the realms of possibility just recall that the Money Changers created and owned both the fascists and the communists as soon as they knocked off the European aristocrats and monarchies from power.

    Time will tell whether Eukraine is part of a bigger deal or not.


  6. Yes exactly, thank you. This sure is becoming absurd. Anyway thought Lina had been politically “rehabilitated” some time ago.


  7. Not sure how that can be when he is actively destroying the NWO puppets who control Ukarine? Editor

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  8. periguinfalcon

    Juri Lina — Putin is a NWO Pawn – henrymakow.com


  9. The Australian plane was probably not in International space at all… the Americans got buzzed also and they were flying in the wrong place. These actions by Australia and US are antagonistic and provocative.. Australia needs to back off – why were they there at all ???.

    Albanese should try and mend the damage done by Scomo with the China bashing over the past 4 years.. They are not our enemy, the war mongering US is.

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  10. periguinfalcon


    While Labor has long criticised former prime minister Scott Morrison’s China stance, they are committed to one of his most significant moves. Find out more.

    This is how It works, government scare the fcuk out of you then it justifies their spending 270 billion dollars of OUR money on subs

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  11. plutonium… I get your point. But what I am trying to say is now that the toxicity of the so called vaccine is out in the public domain in black and white, those companies who are mandating it must now admit they have coerced their employees into taking a poison – and therefore drop the mandates and reinstate those who refused it.

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  12. Proof they want you dead and replaced with third world trash. All about more profits, follow the money


  13. Here is a link regarding deaths during trials of Pfizer from the released documents… it shows a table with the figures…. Anyone who is threatened with dismissal should show it to those in charge – if these companies mandate vax then they should be held liable and responsible for any side effects or deaths.



  14. D Johnston – Wonder how many others have done that on the quiet. The unemployment figures must be a lot worse than they are saying.

    My daughter is the only unvaxxed person at her company in Brisbane and they have not given her an ultimatum re the jab, probably because she holds a position there that no one else can in the company can do.! Everyone around her has been going off on sick leave or has mystery ailments.

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  15. Hi Jen, Rumour has it that Woolies in Cairns have also. Although rumour, I can attest to the fact that a large number of long-term regular workers known to me have recently gone MIA. A number of them I knew to be against having the death shots.


  16. D Johnston… Indeed… let them know… I heard Coles sacked all their unvaxxed workers..!

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  17. Exactly!! periguinfalcon, Have been saying that from the get go and have also acted upon it as much as possible.
    People also need to tell these businesses WHY they will no longer be a patron… otherwise the message and point is totally lost. Otherwise, they’ll probably just conclude that your absence is scamdemic related lol.

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  18. Hi periguinfalcon, Beautifully stated. You’ve excelled yourself.


  19. periguinfalcon

    You need to boycott all businesses forcing these mandates!!!!!!

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  20. If the AUSTRALIAN CONSTITUTION prohibits the Government of Australia from discriminating against Australians on the basis of conscripted EXPERIMENTAL TRIAL medical treatment, NO EMPLOYER SHOULD BE PERMITTED TO DO SO EITHER!!!!

    Who the fk do these people think they are? Being in a position to blackmail people does not give them the right to do so!

    It’s the Australian governments which are PERMITTING them to do so. Why are they not stopping that sort of discrimination which is clearly much more harmful and vicious than most other forms?!!!

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  21. periguinfalcon

    Because all governments have been infiltrated a long time ago, unfortunately you’ve been caught with your pants down basking in sports glory and TV distraction! Your government simply want whites dead to be replaced by third world trash. Easy to control, no nationality, no identity, no unity. Cheap Labour for the rich and shareholders in their leafy suburbs drinking cappuccinos watching their share prices. All governments are selected, its just one big pantomime and most are completely oblivious. All caught up in the mass hysteria of gay rights, black lives matter and kids having sex changes way before they are legally entitled to vote. Sport hasn’t changed since the roman empire days! Same principle, even the stadiums are the same shape.

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  22. periguinflacon.. Absolutely ridiculous particularly as it has now been confirmed, following release of Pfizer documents, that 1223 people died within the first 28 days after being inoculated with the vaccine during trials – and it was still approved for use. Trials also produced hundreds of potentially fatal side effects, created fertility issues and were only 12-15 percent effective at preventing infection overall and subsequently dropped tto less than one percent…despite health officials saying it would be over 90% effective. They were lying. (Source : TheCounterSignal.com, 5 May 2022

    So why are these mandates still in place… ?? Can these companies be sued by the unemployed in light of the above information for the loss of their jobs?

    No wonder Pfizer wanted the documents to remain sealed for 75 years !!! Is our government complicit in this cover up?

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  23. periguinfalcon

    2GB’s Ben Fordham exposes Aussies unable to work due to Covid vaccine mandates in NSW | Daily Mail Online
    Obviously the unjabbed haven’t died

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    I can’t see Pat from Vic receiving a reply from Mr Marland after the brilliant review.

    I wonder if it ever crossed Jane Halton’s programmed globular blob in that euphoric moment of pushing the poison to say, “No jab, throw them overboard!”

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  25. The writer comes from Childers which is actually SOUTH West of Bundaberg, SSW to be precise


  26. Pat from Vic… Very well said, idiot indeed.

    I’m with you re Marland…that paragraph you outlined at the beginning really stood out glaringly for me as well when I first read his blurb – ..’saved from the pandemic’ – oh really! . absolute horse manure… !

    Also spot on re Commonwealth of Australia Constitution. he doesn’t know what he is talking about.

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  27. Pat from Vic

    The author of this piece, Tom Marland, may be a Brisbane solicitor, but judging from this particular passage —

    “People clearly don’t like kill joys that led Australia through the pandemic with one of the highest vaccination rates, some of the lowest per capita death rates, has the lowest unemployment rates in 50 years, who promote prudent measures on lowering carbon emissions while not strangling our economy and society, believe in the sanctity of our Federal Constitution, believes in the rule of law and the presumption of innocence.”

    — Mr. Marland is also an idiot.

    So many delusions to untangle in that one single-sentence paragraph. Has Mr. Marland noticed that Australian all-cause mortality is up 22% in 2022? I wonder what’s changed that might have caused that? Mr. Marland clearly does not (or doesn’t particularly care, being the high-paid Brisbane solicitor that he is).

    Meanwhile, one would have hoped that a high-paid Brisbane solicitor like Mr. Marland would be better educated in matters of law than he seems to be. Exactly which “Federal Constitution” are we believing in the sanctity of, Mr. Marland – the fake “Australian Constitution ” or the legitimate “Commonwealth of Australia Constitution” which it illegally replaced way back in 1973?

    While we’re on the subject of “the rule of law”, has a high-paid Brisbane solicitor like Mr. Marland any inkling at all of the “rule of law” embodied within the Nuremburg Code, which renders coercion to undergo any medical procedure (as with Jane Halton’s ingenious “No jab, no job!” mandate, passively encouraged by Mr. Marland’s hero Scotty from Marketing and enforced by proxy throughout corporate Australia and government agencies) a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY which is punishable by penalties up to and including death?

    Apparently not.

    I suppose it’s encouraging that Mr. Marland doesn’t want to see fake “Prime Minister” Albanese “elected” for a second time. As Bill Gates might say, “sadly”, it probably hasn’t yet dawned on a high-paid Brisbane solicitor like Mr. Marland that if the Globalist push for the Great Reset isn’t torpedoed, there may well not BE any more Australian elections – EVER.

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    Seems the AEC is unfit for purpose, devoid of integrity and beyond repair, labels the Liberal/National coalition a Party.

    They’ve been doing it for years, reinforcing the two party preferred lie.

    Great to see the Establishment and their Toads in Bureaucracy and Old Media being dished up a small serving of unpleasant tasting reality.

    They must be quaking in their Testonies at the polar shift in first preferences.

    Bring on the tsunamis.



  29. Thanks daviddd2.


  30. periguinfalcon

    Treason by our leaders means the death penalty


  31. Awesome and well written article! Thanks for some intelligent reading!


  32. DJohnston: ” Foolishly, on this occasion I was duped big time.”

    It takes a hard core skeptic to resist. lol None of us is infallible.

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  33. Hi tonyryan43, Step O’Rafferty and daviddd2, Without appearing vacillatory, upon a more thorough reading of this piece (undistracted by the witticisms, which psychologically, were actually clever decoys), I have to admit you are all very correct in your critiques.
    Foolishly, on this occasion I was duped big time.

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  34. Step O’Rafferty and tonyryan43 …. Spot on. It’s an attempt to pull the sheep back into their LNP-Labour/Greens Duopoly pen.

    It must really sting having a record low 30% primary vote and having to stand up and claim a democratic mandate to govern when 70% didn’t want to know about you.

    Next time let’s hope it’s even a smaller primary vote and people start demanding a REAL democracy..

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  35. Quote: “Dr Monique Ryan a Teal in Kooyong claimed she wouldn’t want her 21 year old daughter to work in Parliament House for fear of being raped.”

    So she’s chosen to expose herself to the risk of being raped in her daughter’s place? There’s nothing like the protective nature of a maternal instinct, eh?

    Obviously, how could the intelligent Kooyong voters go past an intrepid and intelligent candidate like that!

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  36. Bidenese is a Klaus Schwab whore, he was selected cited a long time ago folks!! When the 30% voted its very obvious they overrule the 70%.

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  37. Brian Johnston

    Tom, your following statement
    “In the mean time, Australia has one of the strongest economies in the world, has survived a global pandemic, has record exports and plenty of opportunities despite those who want us to think that Australia is the worst place in the world”.
    Is way off track, the true unemployment is way higher than stats say. The construction industry is a shambles – look at the liquidations. The mines are foreign owned meaning Aus. is being raped.

    So that the readers understand, a mining company eg coal sends their coal to a port where it is sold to an ‘arms length company’ which in turn sells it to the client.

    How much tax is dodged albeit legally.

    Then we have ore and coal shipped to China and steel brought back all on ships which produce CO2. At the very least steel for Aus. mines should be made in Aus.

    Abbot pulling the pin on the auto industry was sick. Sabotage.

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  38. Excellent statement! Bullseye, well written. Media now telling us the oppositions choice of leadership now! As though dressing up a snake has any other outcome??

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  39. Step O'Rafferty

    In response to tonyryan43:
    You are right Tony, the person who wrote that article is playing the game that the elites tell us to play: Left or Right, Labour or Liberal, Crocodile or Alligator. People keep focusing on the flavour of the party politicians while the same old elite families who have been raping the workers and nation builders of the world for centuries just continue to find new ways to extract wealth from us. Albanese and Morrison are basically hemorrhoids in Bill Gates and Klaus Schwab’s rectums, they did nothing to protect Australia from the pharmaceutical and agrochemical industries, the banksters and the treasonous media.

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  40. Guess I am the only dude here who read a Liberal hurling sour grapes around the AEC, one who actually believes Australia’s economy is sound and that Frydenberg, Wilson, Zimmerman, Evans, Falinski and Sharma are good guys.

    You are delusional, mate. Delusional.

    Australia has no economy, all but destroyed manufacturing, agriculture threatened by imported diseases and pests, soils almost permanently degraded by chemical fertilisers and monocultures, water security almost given away, gas actually given away, oil reserves pirated, marriages in a shambles, families under attack, totalitarianism replacing democracy, the nation’s health half-destroyed by a rapacious medical mafia, fools trying to start war with China and Russia, and our defense in the hands of a US government that has invaded and stolen resources of 59 sovereign nations since 1946.

    Marland, you have no idea what is going on in this country because you are a typical ignorant lawyer whose sole source of information is the Murdoch Media.

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  41. I love a sunburnt country, a land of sweeping plains,
    And judging by the last election, so devoid of brains,
    A land of pollies, police, officials and professionals,
    They’ll have their sins forgiven at the good confessionals.

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  42. I love Tom Marland’s humour! The stupid, unthinking voters who threw the ‘baby out with the dishwater’ are going to be very sorry in a few month’s time…I give Albo 12 months, but then I doubt that some voters will ever wake up.
    They may be affluent and live in beautiful houses but they have few working brains that question and think logically…
    I am in trepidation now…what harmful, hurtful , stupid mandates are coming?
    After Davos, new mandates will be issued to the slaves in western countries, to be carried out on the populace.
    We know better now, and should resist.They have succeeded in getting rid of some of our great fighters in parliament…it is now up to the people.
    Descending on Canberra did little to move them….drastic measures are needed.

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  43. periguinfalcon

    Foreign minister Wong???? Seriously you can’t make this shit up!!!! Infiltrated Wong serves China NOT Australia. Climate change is just a scam for more draconian laws and more control! Australia brainwashed by the Murdock jew empire

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  44. Good article. Except the acceptance of the scam that CO2 is something that is bad for the planet.
    Until people wake up and denounce publically this unscientific fraud which is being used to create a total collapse of civilization, we are going to have more deluded idiots like these “teals” getting into the private corporate board room which the uninformed refer to as “our Parliament”.

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  45. A brilliant Article compared to the dull bulldust fed to us by the majority of boring mindless political pretenders, and equally mindless political commentators. Thanks for the best and most succinct article post election 2022and in terminology that does Aussies proud.

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  46. Step O'Rafferty

    So 33% can rule over the other 67%. What more proof do we need that our electoral system is not working. We really need to throw out the old system and start a new one that includes all Australians.

    Liked by 2 people

  47. Wow! Thank you Tom Marland for a spectacularly brilliant piece of writing.
    And “The Bradbury PM ” should be on t–shirts, mugs, bumper stickers etc etc.


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