If you’re all set for the pointless ritual of getting to decide which side of the uniparty gets a turn at demolishing the country on behalf of the World Economic Forum, then good for you. I don’t really care at this point, as given the events of the last two years it’s going to take a lot more than marking a piece of paper and sticking it in a box to change course.
My call is that Albanese will win marginally, likely with a minority government. If that minority is the Greens, then expect chaos on a level never seen before as Australia descends in to Wiemaustralia. This is assuming the election is allowed to be held fairly, which I seriously doubt and I would expect some kind of fraud and fuckery to take place. Either way, Albo is in.
Like always, happy to be wrong on everything. The usual caveat of both sides being god awful and really just the management class of the oligarchy applies, so fuck both Scomo and Albo. There’s no difference.
Essentially with the ALP, you are going to get an Andrews government nationally and the complacent normies in every other state bar WA (because they are there already) are going to get a taste of China-lite. And a lot of them are unfortunately going to like it.
This shit is far from over from the ruling class’ perspective, with there already being discussion of bringing back mask mandates and the like. There is already significant propaganda being wheeled out prior to winter and to brace for a bad flu season (gee I wonder what could of caused it). I’d expect a renewed push for boosters and I would expect Albo to mandate it nationally in the style of Canada rather than letting the states wear the brunt of it (even though the states can’t run it without the Immunisation Register which is a fed responsibility).
As for the WHO treaty, Scomo and Albo are both going to sign us up. Not being defeatist, just realistic. It’s a wash and they will both sell out. Scomo seemed to outright admit it, Albo dodged the question today which means he won’t commit until after he’s anointed PM. There will be a bit of kabuki theatre and inevitably it’s signature will transpire. What that means later is that another pandemic is inevitable and then you’ll see the last two years of authoritarianism on steroids in a very short timeframe.
Add it to the list of treaties that no one was asked about but are designed to centralise wealth and power globally.
Also add in more deaths and celebrities having sudden medical emergencies and dying of unexplained reasons and the media running cover for it. If you’re turning 52 this year, you’re in trouble. Neither the states or feds are going to fix the hospital situation across the country which will get worse as the jab casualties mount, they want you dead anyway so debating that in my view is kinda pointless. Evil yes, but by design.
Half the Australian cricket team is going to die at this rate by year’s end.
Already touched on this in the previous article but in my view, business as usual (Big Australia) with more permanent residency handed out. Boats will start again in some form or another and I’ll be interested to see if Albo signs the migration compact from the UN which Australia has held out on signing, which means third world gates well and truly open. The Indian FTA will continue what the Chinese one started to the labour market.
Total shitshow on the border either way.
Pretty much fucked. Either death by inflation or death by rate rises. I’d say there will be a decent rate rise after the election with the average mortgage rate in the US now around 5.3%. Whatever the US fed does we seem to follow regardless. The big difference is, Albo doesn’t have the luxury of fuck all debt like Howard left Rudd. Not that that seems to matter these days.
Albo has said he will raise wages by at least 5% which will fuck small and medium enterprises and send more people to Human Services.
As for housing, both sides proposals were a kitchen sink. Albo’s 40% stake thing was a beach head, they’ll expand this or at least try to. Either way, he’ll do everything he can to try and keep house prices juiced even if that means a Chinese style state owned housing system and a floor under the price of apartments through joint ownership.
I’m interested to see how he saves the super funds who are some of the biggest commercial landlords in the country, given that the CBD’s are taking the brunt of the recession. None of Albo’s economic plan is costed at all, which tells me it’s the Rudd-Gillard-Rudd clusterfuck all over again.
Other more astute commenters may have more to add on this here.
These are going to go off the reservation and the targeting of white Australia will increase daily. You think this shit is bad now, wait another three months. Albo is on record about considering a treaty with the indigenous a la Victoria, which is going to open all kinds of cans of worms and conflict. Dan Andrews is currently considering Aboriginal reparations in Victoria, so brace yourself.
The gynocentric, anti-men bullshit is going to reach maximum insufferability with Wong, Plibersek, Gallagher and Keneally in the ministerial ranks.
I’d expect the attacks on Australia Day and ANZAC Day to continue, as they’re part of a wider commie rewriting of history and destruction of culture to tuen them into globohomo, with Australia being a testing ground. The trans stuff will escalate as it’s the end goal of the transhumanism agenda as will the degenerate grooming shit.
That’s just a brief overview, plenty more I could comment on (ie China) but whatever. I’d expect the usual cycle of celebration that Scomo is gone, followed by buyers’ remorse in record time. The goal of citizenry now should just be derision and mockery of the legitimacy of the regime and accelerating it’s demise, while trying to build new systems in it’s place. Utopian I know, but whatever. I don’t see much alternative other than outright violence, which is realistically baked in in some historical form or another.
TL;DR – the controlled demolition of Australia and other nations will accelerate under Albo, so don’t expect anything from the election.
I’ll go into suggestions for fixing it in the next screed.