Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Australian Citizen Survival.

As I have said before, there are many different survival scenarios. It does not have to be international to create a survival situation. Right now, the Australian citizen is fighting the enemy within, Tony Abbott & the LNP. So let's take a closer look at this person who is running Australia into the ground !!!

During his time in the Howard Government, Tony Abbott was once thrown out of Parliament because he moved in a threatening manner towards the Opposition benches just after Labor's Graham Edwards, a Vietnam Veteran who had lost both his legs during the Vietnam War, had interjected: "You're a disgrace".
Source: The Australian - May 2012
In 1976, while at University, Tony Abbott kicked in a glass panel door after a narrow defeat in the University Senate elections in 1976.
Source: Sydney Morning Herald - July, 2004
While at University, Tony Abbott was charged with indecent assault for allegedly touching a female student teacher between her legs on the lower buttock.
In an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald in 2004, Tony Abbott claimed it was a "completely fictional incident" but later claims to have only touched her on the back to get her attention.
When Tony Abbott turned up to court, he had the assistance of a legal team (including a QC) as well as several witnesses.
The case was dismissed.
Source: Sydney Morning Herald - July, 2004
After losing an SRC election, Tony Abbott is alleged to have approached the person who defeated him, Barbara Ramjan, come as close to an inch from her nose and then punched the wall on either side of her head.
Tony Abbott claims to have no recollection of the incident.
Source: - September 8, 2012
Lindsay Foyle, a former deputy editor of The Bulletin and a past president of the Australian Cartoonists’ Association, has revealed that Tony Abbott once threatened to punch him because of a disagreement over abortion (Lindsay took a pro-choice stance, Tony Abbott reportedly didn't like that stance).
Lindsay is on record as saying that a number of journalists witnessed this, including Greg Sheridan, a friend of Tony Abbott's who is also the Foreign Affairs editor for the Australian.
Source: New Matilda - September 2012
Tony Abbott has admitted to punching Joe Hockey out cold sometime during the late 80's. At the time, Tony Abbott was "kind of a semi-player coach" for a rugby union team.
Source: Tony Abbott Interview - December 9, 2009
Tony Abbott was once caught by police bending a street sign after passing his economics examination.
Once again, Tony Abbott had to go to court, however while the offence was proven, no conviction was recorded.
Source: Sydney Morning Herald - July, 2004
During the 2007 Federal Election, the then Federal Health Minister, Tony Abbott, criticised a terminally ill man, Bernie Banton, accusing Bernie Banton of not being "pure of heart".
Source: The Age - October 31, 2007
Tony Abbott once missed five key votes in Parliament - including the vote on the $42 billion stimulus package - because he was asleep in his office after having consumed too much alcohol.
Tony Abbott obviously denies this, and claimed that he was tired due to helping out "with bushfire recovery efforts on the Central Coast four nights earlier".
Source: Daily Telegraph - March, 2009
Tony Abbott once joked about the suicide attempt of John Brogden, who at the time had just resigned as the NSW Liberal Leader. While at a Liberal Party fundraising event, Tony Abbott said: "If we did that we would be as dead as the former Liberal leader's political prospects."
When asked whether he should apologise for his comment on the ABC's Insiders, Tony Abbott stated: "Barrie, if it would make people feel better if I apologised, I'm always happy to apologise. I don't believe in standing on my dignity."
When asked whether his comment was appropriate, Tony Abbott stated: "Barrie, lots of people say lots of things."
Source: ABC's Insiders - September, 2005
Tony Abbott joked about the Costa Concordia, a cruise ship that sunk claiming 11 lives.
Tony Abbott joked "that was one boat that did get stopped, wasn’t it?"
When Tony Abbott was advised that he should apologise, Tony Abbott felt that he didn't need to apologise as it was just "banter".
Source: Herald Sun - January 19,2012

Personally, I think Tony Abbott has done far worse things since he has been Prime Minister. Right now, Aboriginal communities have had their services cut off & many are being evicted.
Community services have had their funding cut & many have had to close their doors, this at a time when domestic violence is rife in Australia. This will cause more deaths.

Abbott's terrorist fear campaign is aimed at keep citizens scared so he can inflict more control over our lives, more restrictions to our freedom.

Tony Abbott prioritises  Mining over Farming, & he is ruining peoples lives. The mining & fracking is polluting water supplies & taking up valuable farming land.

Tony Abbott prioritises coal mining over alternate energy, he prefers to see the burning of fossil fuels polluting our environment instead of using clean energy such as solar power, wave power, water power & wind power. All of which are readily available in Australia.

Now Abbott is attacking our health service, from now on if he gets his way, health checks & doctors visits will cost us more !!!

The list of Abbott's transgressions & lies are long, & many suspect that he holds his position illegally because he still holds British citizenship, which bars him from becoming Prime Minister of Australia.

Why is Tony Abbott still in office? Basically because the whole political system is corrupt, including the Governor General who could have put an end to this if he had wanted to. 

Labor is little better than the LNP, given full reign they would have us be a republic, where we would have no rights what so ever, & all those past transgressions would be swept under the carpet.

If we are going to survive, if we are going to regain our freedoms & rights, then we need to change our government system, do away with the two party preference, bring in voting for things we need doing, rather than voting for people or parties.

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