There is Only One Party, and That’s the Party Party! By Michael Ferguson
How easy it all is when there is really only one party, with one set of anti-traditionalist globalist policies. Even if your dad was prime minister, don’t bother supporting the Liberals, because you can support Labor just as well, and at the end of the day, it is basically the same thing:
“Malcolm Turnbull's son Alex is soliciting donations for Labor ahead of a by-election in his father's former seat of Wentworth, telling followers it is the "best bang for the buck you'll get in political donations in your life".
Alex Turnbull, a Singapore-based fund manager, promised to "say what I think a bit more" following his father's ousting as Prime Minister in last week's Liberal Party coup, in which he was replaced by former treasurer Scott Morrison. In a wide-ranging interview with Fairfax Media this week, he said it was "impossible" to vote for the Coalition "in good conscience" because of its climate change stance, and accused the Liberal Party of being hijacked by the coal industry. On Saturday, he plugged his friend Tim Murray, the Labor candidate for his father's former seat of Wentworth in Sydney's eastern suburbs, directing his followers to Mr Murray's donations page. "Best bang for the buck you'll get in political donations in your life," the younger Turnbull tweeted. "Tight race, tight margin for government, big incremental effect whatever happens. If you want a federal election now this is the means by which to achieve it." Mr Turnbull and Mr Murray are friends from the investment world. Mr Murray is the co-founder of investment research firm J Capital, spent nearly two deades working in China and speaks Mandarin.”
Well, isn’t about time that the middle man was cut out, and the two parties simply embraced climate change and formed one Asia-Asia-Asia mega-party?! And, why bother with elections as well, for it has nothing to do with democracy:
SOCIAL CREDIT AND DEMOCRACY: THE PROBLEM - PART TWO By M. Oliver Heydorn:
Hopefully, the coming economic crash will wash away all of these characters, flushing them down the drain of history:
“After a little bit of a lull, the international currency crisis is back with a vengeance. Currencies are collapsing in Argentina, Brazil, India, Turkey and other emerging markets, and central banks are springing into action. It is being hoped that the financial chaos can be confined to emerging markets so that it will not spread to the United States and Europe. But of course the global financial system is more interconnected today than ever before, and a massive wave of debt defaults in emerging markets would inevitably have extremely serious consequences all over the planet. It would be difficult to overstate the potential danger that this new crisis poses for all of us. Emerging market economies went on an unprecedented debt binge over the past decade, and a high percentage of those debts were denominated in U.S. dollars. As emerging market currencies collapse, it is going to become nearly impossible to service any debts denominated in U.S. dollars, and that could ultimately mean absolutely enormous losses for international lenders. Our system tends to do fairly well as long as everybody is paying their debts, but once the dominoes begin to tumble things can get messy really quickly.”
Better a quick mess than the long-drawn-out death by a thousand cuts, that we are presently subjected to.