ALP leader and Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has extinguished much of the community goodwill he found, upon being replaced as leader of his party.
The Australian people are regaining their anger at Mr Rudd for continuing the well honed ALP practice of ignoring the wishes of the Australian people and instead engaging in degrading and inhumane practices, targeted towards asylum seekers. By sending newly arrived refugee boat people permanently to PNG.
The Australian people wrongly believed that Mr Rudd practised compassion and humanitarian principles towards all individuals. They have now seen evidence that this belief is not the case.
Mr Rudd re-appointment as PM will save a few extra seats for the ALP, however there will still be widespread losses of MP’s seats across the board.
Australians also remain disquieted about the ALP’s continued links and financial “sponsorships” from property developers and questionable back room deals from financial institutions such as the National Australia Bank (NAB) and Macquarie Bank. People are right to ask what alleged corruption is being guarded by these dirty deals?
The Australian public have now lost almost all faith in Kevin Rudd, to save the Australian people from the dark forces that the red headed woman who shall not be named, wrought on Australian citizens and our refugees.
It is now incumbent on freshly minted heroes, who lie await in the shadows, to step up and lead the way in the Australian political and social justice arena. These individuals will soon announce themselves across Australia, stepping into the limelight to lead Australia out of the darkness of misery, corruption, criminality and terror that the ALP and their dark associates have left across the Australian nation since 2006.
Kevin Rudd is in no position to complain about the swift winds of change that will sweep across Australia in the near future. He has personally been afforded an enormous amount of support, assistance and goodwill from the Australian community. Who in working tirelessly to return him to power, asked nothing in return from him, other than to undo the labyrinth of corruption that the Labor Party had created over the past decade.
In the eyes of many Mr Rudd has failed his mission to the people. And he will now be replaced by a new group of honest and ethical light bearers, who will shine a powerful light into the darkest corners of Australia and its corridors of power. While concurrently ushering in a new era of transparency, accountability, justice and fairness for all Australian citizens and refugees.
Federal LNP leader Tony Abbott would be wise to take note that nothing in life is ever guaranteed. This is particularly the case in Mr Abbott seeking to attain his dreams to be the next Prime Minister of Australia.
Unfortunately Mr Abbott did not read the latest memo concerning the Rules of Engagement in the Australian Political arena.
In allowing his staff, advisors, fellow LNP colleagues and unminted political candidates, to allegedly destroy the dreams, aspirations and financial livelihoods of others, he has karmically severed his own entitlement to serve the people in the top job as PM.
If only Mr Abbott had followed his priestly values and practiced the virtues of “Do unto others, as you would have them do to you”, he would be safely ensconced into the new Prime Minister-ship. It is becoming increasingly unlikely this scenario will now ever transpire.
The 2013 Federal election will see an interesting turn of events, with the most unlikely of people from across the Australian spectrum, to gain public prominence and be handed ethical power and moral righteousness by the Australian people.
As a direct consequence of Mr Rudd’s extraordinary new developments concerning Australia’s refugees, in addition to secret financial deals and dirt being swept under the carpet in dark corners, Australians will now witness a dark horse lead the field in this new election race.
There is now a high degree of probability that this new political contender will be Australia’s next Prime Minister.
The lesson in this shifting of the guard of power in Australia is at all times one must remember; Respect, Fairness, Truth, Justice, Transparency and Accountability are the new rules of the game.
Additionally it seems the old guard appears to have been left off the invitee list to the Great Hall of 2014.
Corporate heavyweights, financial institutions, wannabe rock stars, serial brown noses and property developers should heed the warnings, that the money they”invest” in both the ALP and the LNP will be wasted, come close of voting this 2013 federal election night.
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