Stagmal gave a good take on the election and now here’s my two cents.
Called the Albo-Schwab victory earlier in the week but that wasn’t difficult. Only 30% of the country wanted him, so the ALP voters out there can take that as a Bradbury victory.
As others have commented, EZFKA now has a contingent of privileged white women from wealthy inner city suburbs who are insulated from inflation and cost of living pressures (who are all focused on driving up the investments of a billionaire from WA) holding the balance of power. What could go wrong?
Morrison didn’t seem like he gave too much of a shit losing this election and I understand why. This is a good election to lose, and if there ever was one to lose then this one was it. Economic calamity is baked in for the foreseeable future. Dutton will probably get opposition leader but who cares really, will be a sideshow compared to everything else going on.
Anyways, as I said before this voting shit is realistically all an irrelevant sham to make normies feel good about having some illusion of control over the country. It should be obvious with Simon Holmes A Court’s self-interest that means nothing. Ditto Schwab and the WEF.
The best part about this election cycle is that the insane wokeness and destruction of Australian energy capability, industry, wealth and everything else that will be rammed down people’s throats in the next six months will alert more normies as to what is actually happening with the country. Teals, Greens and ALP will preside over the implosion of modern Australia.
Some people will go blackpill and think that’s bad and yes it is, but it’s the trend historically. However, I view it as a creative destruction nexus point that allows other people and philosophies to rise that gives an opportunity for rebirth, strong men-hard times and all that. Wait and see I guess.
As a footnote, I saw DLS’ take that ‘this is the worst behind us now’ and had a good chuckle. Another call that MB is going to get hilariously wrong, but don’t tell the centre-left simps in the commentariat that, there’s a Macro Fund to protect at all costs. I’ll await the begging for the RBA to not raise rates again at the next meeting in a fortnight.
In summary, forgive the crude analogy, but if you didn’t like the slow rape of the freedoms and wealth of Australians by the LNP, then you certainly aren’t going to like the Rotherham-style violent gang rape of the country by the ALP/Teal/Greens. Or maybe you will, if you’re a self-loathing progressive.
Either way, let the chaos reign. Food shortages, petrol prices and worsening supply chain havoc will be fun.
See you in the camps in a few months time for breaking climate lockdown curfews.