The election thread - Two middle-late aged white men trying to be blokey and convincing..., same old shit, FFS.

Who will you vote for?

  • Liberals

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Labor

    Votes: 21 31.8%
  • Nationals

    Votes: 1 1.5%
  • Greens

    Votes: 21 31.8%
  • Independant

    Votes: 15 22.7%
  • The Clive Palmer shit show

    Votes: 4 6.1%
  • Shooters and Fishers Party

    Votes: 1 1.5%
  • One Nation

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Donkey/Invalid vote

    Votes: 3 4.5%

  • Total voters
    66

ForkinGreat

Knows his Brassica oleracea
I wonder if his arse ever gets jealous of the shit that dribbles out of his mouth?
NFI, but I suppose the bullshit has to spray forth from at least one of his orifices, or else there is a danger that he will explode like a toxic diarrhoea - filled balloon, during a sitting of the lower house in canberra - and you just know that the Australian Taxpayers are going to be paying for the clean-up (and possible cleansing of the parliament with fire.)
If there is any karmic justice, ScrotuMo needs to explode in a weapons-grade cloud of excrement in the middle of Engadine Maccas, thus completing the cycle & giving us closure to the terrible tale of the hoseless one.
 
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Haakon

has an accommodating arse

Jeebus Rice, the comments are fkg shilling for the no no no no no no no campaign. Smell the stench of the LNP and the Institute for Public Affairs...
No, that’s just commercial media and a likely accurate reflection of its audience - ie a very large chunk of the country.
 

Plankosaurus

Spongeplank Dalepantski
Lol

I represent indigenous Australians, and being a lnp mp doesn't effect my ability to act in their best interests whatsoever...




The sad thing is that the Murdoch party followers will eat this up and ask for seconds. I guarantee it's the first time a lot of them have taken an Aboriginal's words remotely seriously

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Plankosaurus

Spongeplank Dalepantski
Good question on time frames. I feel like we are past a tipping point and in limbo of a final point to say the past is the past.
German took 90 odd years to pay their war debt treaty but that was all done in recent history.
I think it is more of a question of the cultural mix of who we are now as a cultural society and what can be done to re establish good indigenous culture or what is left of it given we can’t un do the wrong of the past.
Our governments are just bad representative of all of us so they have the power to screw use all over.. 2 weeks to flatten the curve…cough cough pun intended.

I also think truth telling is problematic as it is holding the past history to todays standards in a lot of cases and there was shit stuff done all over the world and still done now.

If we had really well defined cultural groups of us and them then I think the voice mode would work to deliver some value but we have to o much of a blend of all of us now.

I am part Irish and immediate family members identify as aboriginal. So it leaves me with the option to jump on the gravy if we get to paying the rent..lol
What kind of power do you actually think this advisory board is being given?

There seems to be a line/consensus around the no camp of this being some sort of direct power - a way for those damn freeloaders to get their mitts on more land and more welfare.


It's a mandated advisory board, not a dictatorship.
The governments going forward will have to hear them out, but they don't have to do what they advise.
If the libs get back in, they can ignore the fark out of them and go on to approving new coal mines in the middle of Ayers rock if they want.


If you ask me honestly if I think that 1% first Aussies living in suburbia should get extra welfare on top of what's offered to us full blood immigrants, I'm probably in the no camp (but not that way far enough to think I know better than the decision makers). Ask me if I think Steve and Debbie down the road should have their backyard cut in half and given back and I'll also say no. Ask me if I think a decade old MTB trail should be shut down because an assessment showed a berm goes 500mm into a listed area and I'll say no. I was brought up racist and prejudiced and I'm still probably further that way than I'd like, but reality is that this will impact our lives less than buying carbon offsets impact climate change.

I seriously can't grasp what all the fuss is about

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ForkinGreat

Knows his Brassica oleracea
Lol

I represent indigenous Australians, and being a lnp mp doesn't effect my ability to act in their best interests whatsoever...




The sad thing is that the Murdoch party followers will eat this up and ask for seconds. I guarantee it's the first time a lot of them have taken an Aboriginal's words remotely seriously

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IMO, if her words were coming out of potatohead's mouth, dutton would be not only cancelled, but have to become a recluse.
 

ForkinGreat

Knows his Brassica oleracea

pink poodle

気が狂っている男
When the ATO allegedly starts looking like an organized crime gang... WTAF.....


Noticed the commissioner has bailed? A little Joyce timing.
 

Halo1

Likes Bikes and Dirt
When the ATO allegedly starts looking like an organized crime gang... WTAF.....

Given constant government overreach into our lives I really hope the outcomes of this case strengthen whistleblowers protections.

One thing that does not seem right is this
“You can't email the ATO. The only way you can communicate with the ATO was through fax, and I sent faxes."

Pretty sure you could phone them 10 years ago. I wonder why the abc can’t check this as part of basic journalism.
 

Freediver

I can go full Karen
Given constant government overreach into our lives I really hope the outcomes of this case strengthen whistleblowers protections.

One thing that does not seem right is this
“You can't email the ATO. The only way you can communicate with the ATO was through fax, and I sent faxes."

Pretty sure you could phone them 10 years ago. I wonder why the abc can’t check this as part of basic journalism.
He didn't say you couldn't phone them. He couldn't phone them and he's correct in saying you can't email them.
Aunty did fine.
 

Halo1

Likes Bikes and Dirt
He didn't say you couldn't phone them. He couldn't phone them and he's correct in saying you can't email them.
Aunty did fine.
If only there was a direct quote in the article to settle this.
“The only way you can communicate with the ATO was through fax, and I sent faxes."
 

Flow-Rider

Burner
If only there was a direct quote in the article to settle this.
“The only way you can communicate with the ATO was through fax, and I sent faxes."
Maybe to a certain department in the ATO, I've tried to contact a specific ATO rep via phone to verify who they were and the only thing they gave me was a case file number and their first name.
 

Flow-Rider

Burner
Did you send a fax? Fax is where it is at… it by passes all the spy ware on your 5G mobile :p
They wanted to know if someone they had issues with resided with me, I said if I could ring them back and confirm who they were I would respond to their request and they said unfortunately I can't.

I literally told them to Farkoff and had better things to do than get prank called. It got the better of me and I rang the ATO and there was recorded contact with me but I was unable to speak to the same ATO rep that had previously rung me. :eek:
 
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