Labor Party on its last legs, as end of the Labor Party as we know it draws closer.

Australian voters wide-spread angst and fury directed at the Australian Labor Party (ALP), due to its past six years of iterative failures, broken promises and alleged corruption and criminality at a scale and magnitude never seen before within Australia, will soon see a collapse in support for the Labor Party, in the 2013 Federal election results.

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The Australian people have had more than enough of the ALP. Many people perceive the ALP to be like a rotting fish, stinking and polluting the air, causing disaffection to everything and everyone that crosses its path.

Whistle-blowers, human rights activists, civil libertarians, political activists and underground networks were all mistaken in their collective efforts to launch a concerted campaign to remove ‘Captain’ Gillard and bring Kevin Rudd back into the fold as Prime Minister of Australia.

Many people wrongly believed that after Mr Rudd was unceremoniously knifed by the worst PM in history, that Mr Rudd would attempt to right the wrongs of both Gillard’s and the ALP’s past. Australian’s now know they were wrong. Mr Rudd has made a monumental error of judgement, by attempting to “put a lid on the past”, by sweeping the corruption from the past six years under the carpet.

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In this misguided process, Mr Rudd has permanently shredded all of his credibility within the past five weeks of campaigning, by choosing to take the ‘low moral ground’ path as a politician.

To express their collective disquiet at the corruption permeating the Australian political arena, the Australian people will no longer be making informal votes, replete with doodles of donkeys, dirty rats, cockroaches and male genitalia.

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Instead Australians will stand up against the tyranny of corruption and instead make their vote count, with the aim of marching the bloody and battered ALP into the electoral wilderness for the next ten to twenty years.

It is predicted that a wide variety of freshly minted candidates will win seats at the 2013 Federal election. A few big name politicians will also most likely lose their seats.

All previous promises to throw a life buoy during these stormy seas, to Kevin Rudd are now off the table. Kevin Rudd lost his moral authority to govern when he put the interests of allegedly corrupt ALP politicians and criminals ahead of the public interest and collective well-being of the Australian community. The federal seat of Griffith is now any potential candidate’s game.

It is a matter of public record that many undercover human rights advocates, civil libertarians and whistle-blowers have been seeded into a large number of new and existing political parties across Australia. These morally upright and ethical contenders will stand up and allow their voice to be heard, on behalf of the Australian people in due course.
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We have noted that a revolution has been quietly brewing under the surface across Australia within recent years. We can further safely predict that the alleged systematic forms of torture, mass human rights abuses, gross abuses of power and multiple breaches of the rule of law, in addition to the silencing of whistle-blowers, child sex abuse victims, victims of crime and human rights activists, all under the directions of the socialist dictators, union thugs and the ALP mafia, operating within the Labor Party over the past decade, will out.

Moreover the silencing of individuals who have been falsely accused of crimes and infractions they have not committed, based on the words of publicly funded criminals and financially motivated opportunists, in addition to the utilization of secret evidence and slanderous hearsay, sourced from unlawful phone and email surveillance, is a shameful indictment on the lack of rule of law and breach of human rights instruments operating within Australia, under the Labor Party dictatorship.
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Such public and transparent outings will be catastrophic for the ALP. This is particularly the case for Labor Party MP’s; Julia Gillard, Nicola Roxon, Mark Arbib and Bill Shorten.

After speaking to hundreds of Australians that have been the victim of gross and unjust abuses of power, at the hands of the Labor Party at both a state and federal level, we can also confirm that other ALP MP’s such as; Jenny Macklin, Stephen Conroy, Kate Lundy, Tanya Pilberseck and others will not fair to well, when the full truth of these alleged infractions are made public.

Furthermore that alleged rampant corruption that terrorized Victorians during both former Victorian Labor Party Premier’s Steve Bracks and John Brumby’s reign of terror will also soon out.

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Promising to reveal explosive evidence of alleged large-scale corruption practices and extensive links to organised crime figures, mass money laundering, solid links to key criminal cartels and the significant and prolonged systematic torture and extraordinary human rights abuses of more than 500,000 citizens.

The time for the full truth of Labor party corruption to be exposed is now.

Kevin Rudd has his chance to be a hero and he blew it.

Additionally former Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu was similarly afforded an opportunity to be a hero of the people, by being offered an opportunity to expose the corruption and instead he withered, in the process he was knocked off his soap box and sent in disgrace to the backbench.

Australian political leaders are beginning to learn that political power is not all about being served high tea, with scones jam and cream, by publicly funded butlers, while hobnobbing with international dignitaries.

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Instead political leadership is actually about serving the interests of the people, managing a vibrant economy with ample employment opportunities for all Australians, in addition to providing adequate and safe delivery of front line services. While concurrently catering to the needs of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged peoples in society.

Politicians must understand they are elected to represent the interests of their constituents first, while additionally serving their communities, by practicing fairness, compassion, in an open, transparent and accountable fashion.

These are the lessons that corrupt and incompetent politicians of every shade of hue will never ever forget.

To ensure that corrupt Australia’s politicians always remember the enormous damage they have caused to more than ten millions of Australian’s and our refugees, we can confirm that we are aware of more than a dozen; researchers, academics investigative journalists, film makers and investigative bloggers, who are probing extensive reams of evidence, pertaining to the alleged massive corruption and criminality that the ALP and their dark associates have allegedly engaged in over the past six years.

These explosive revelations are all very much in the public interest and will serve as a strong minder that the consequences of corruption are many.

Corruption leaves a permanent stain on society, with cover ups of crime and wrong doing leaving both severe and lasting adverse effects across the nation. While the silencing of oppression, is always felt across society for generations thereafter.

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Please Note: The aforementioned words are politically protected free speech. Do not forget what happened to previous authoritarian dictators who attempted to silence our free speech!

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30 responses to “Labor Party on its last legs, as end of the Labor Party as we know it draws closer.

  1. Regardless of who anyone votes for, there’s a damn good chance we’ll end up with a bunch of politicians in charge and, looking at the available talent, this is a major problem for Australia.

    Australians have 3 year now to find good honest decent people with leadership qualities, and encourage them to run for parliament. If enough good ones get involved they will swamp the entrenched crud which currently controls both major party’s.

    Maybe we need a coalition of independents, dunno !!

    http://cartoonmick.wordpress.com/editorial-political/

    Cheers

    Mick

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    • Hi Mick,
      Yes I agree, a coalition of Independents would be a good start, however it is not realistic at this time. I believe established party’s afford some level of stability. Its when they lose their way and become corrupted is the beginning of the rot.

      Thanks for your comments!

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  2. Well said, but remember, corrupt governments (or inept Premiers) may go, but the public officials who have honed their skills in unfairness while serving them remain, and they do not change their spots.

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    • Hi John,

      Well said and ohh so true. Clearly you have crossed paths with a few of these public officials over the years.

      We have noted a few questionable public servants have been given the boot across the eastern states of Australian this year.

      My prediction is that they will soon be followed by 1000’s more bureaucrats with questionable morals very soon. I am unable to state anything publicly yet, however I have it on excellent authority that Australia is over the coming months, going to witness the most extraordinary of events, concerning large scale public airing and naming and shaming of allegedly corrupt MP’s (former & current) & their associated staff. I believe some of the allegations and evidence in question dates back to the early 1980’s… so it should make for interesting reading
      Cheers!

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