|Desperation has entered the election debate with the Labor Party flashing their taxpayer-funded credit card around the campaign trail, promising to buy people’s homes and lift wages. As Scott Morrison (almost) managed to point out in a recent debate, economies are more complex than that. Every action has a reaction. If ‘Rich Uncle Albo’ starts co-buying homes, housing prices will climb, leaving home ownership even further out of reach. If the government forces a 5 per cent wage rise, struggling small businesses will sack their remaining staff and call it a day after two years of Covid torture. The more the government gives, the less the people get.|
Net Zero is a proven election killer. To get around the problem, Labor and Liberal have decided to run on a unity ticket. The Quiet Australians don’t want to vote for poorly disguised carbon taxes, but this time they won’t have a choice. The solar panel apocalypse is coming and no amount of endangered frogs or lengthy blackouts can stop it. Net Zero is a promise – not to the electorate, but to global bureaucracies and big business. If it is true that we get the politicians we deserve, Australians should vote carefully.
The linchpin of this federal election is a topic neither Albo nor Scomo want to touch – vaccine coercion. Every single Australian who shows up to cast their vote will have an opinion on mandated health orders and, as far as anyone can tell, the majority of those sentiments are critical of the coercive, dictatorial, and alarming behaviour of the major parties. Social media won’t let anyone talk about vaccines, but there is likely to be a lot of ‘talking’ at the polls when the numbers come in. If people want their freedoms restored, this is their chance.
|Vaccine coercion turns voters off the majors Clare Pain|