The political climate in the Economic Zone Formerly Known as Australia has become a media circus par excellence the past few weeks. It seems that the knives are out for Scott Morrison and the LNP, off of the back of a political #MeToo Mk II. The Domainfax and ABC/SBS contingent are going full tilt in a bid to depose the Morrison government, over sex assault/misconduct allegations of both staffers and politicians, of varying degrees of alleged severity.
Before I go any further, the usual caveats apply: the LNP is a globalist party that serves the usual purpose of high debt, high house prices, intergenerational wealth transfer, mass immigration and corporate oligarchy. They’re no better than the ALP who are really just LNP-lite and both of them are shithouse for the average EZFKA unit.
However, the only thing that is in dispute here is the pace of globalism and the capacity of the respective parties to deliver it. The LNP are globalists doing the speed limit, the ALP are doing twice the speed limit and the Greens are doing the speed limit of a McLaren F1 (electric carbon neutral version, of course). The destination is the same, the travel time is the difference.
My take is this: where has this come from all of a sudden? There’s no such thing as coincidence in politics and in my opinion, this is a globalist attempt at local regime change.
We’ve had the extra-marital activities of Alan Tudge and Christian Porter made public. Linda Reynolds said some mean words about Brittany Higgins and then had to take leave and apologise. Then we had Christian Porter get further treatment akin to SCOTUS Justice Brett Kavanaugh, with historical rape allegations from 1988 coming to light. And now it seems that some LNP staffers are under fire for beating their member on the desk, pun fully intended.
These could all be true, sure, and would need to be dealt with accordingly if so. However, suspicions are raised given the timing and political one-sidedness of the allegations. I would argue a cursory dig into the doings of the ALP or Greens and their respective staffers, would easily turn up similar or worse behaviour – it’s Canberra after all.
My thesis is that this all makes sense when you view what is happening in Australian politics, through the lens of the Great Reset. In short, it seems that the Davos crowd who are using the COVID crisis to usher in their corporate-communism technocratic utopia, are unhappy with the slow progress of the rollout of the Great Reset in EZFKA and that it’s time for Scomo and the LNP to get out of the way.
Furthermore, this actually all started with the attack on Craig Kelly and his dissent on the COVID vaccine and HCQ. Regardless of what you think of him and his views, the de-platforming of Kelly and other COVID dissenters is a big cause for concern for freedom of speech in this country (waving at all fallen comrades from the MB commentariat). However, with a one-seat majority and Kelly forced to leave the party, you can see why there is an incentive to launch this plan of attack before a potential election. Add in the electoral results in WA and you can see why the ALP are feeling confident.
On top of that, throw in unrelenting screaming from EZFKA businesses completely reliant on third world cheap labour and debt fodder, and it’s not that difficult to put two and two together.
From where I sit, it appears that the ALP and their respective dark money backers are going to go with an identity politics path to electoral victory, given that they can’t really challenge the LNP on the golden calf of houses prices and the general management of private debt being transferred to the public balance sheet. The LNP have now out spent even John Howard on public debt, so the ALP are neutered on their bread and butter economic policies, notwithstanding abandoning negative gearing reform.
So, prepare yourself for more patronising lectures from Tanya Plibersek, Penny Wong and Katy Gallagher from here on out. Plus, think of all the boats lined up with future ALP voters in Denpasar, just waiting for the green light five minutes after Karen Kenneally becomes Immigration Minister. (she’ll give them plane tickets, who am I kidding?)
In summary, a brief look at the objectives of the Great Reset and it clearly shows that the ALP and Greens are far better placed to put this into action and much faster than the LNP are. There’s no pesky coal/nuclear lobby to deal with on the climate change front and a surveillance state, eating bugs and synthetic meat are a Greens voters’ utopia.
In my opinion, if Scomo can get through this with the RBA on full print and without bending the knee on things like gender quotas, he’ll still win the election. Otherwise, fast-tracked globalism with wokeness on steroids awaits us on the other side of all of this.
Look at Biden-Harris and the accelerating clown show in the USA right now. That’s where we’re headed.