by SEAN BURKE – ANTHONY Albanese’s hard Left policy agenda has become so destructive to Australia that both he and his entire legislative program must be completely removed.
Just watering down the Prime Minister’s radical position on almost everything is no longer an option for a future incoming centre-Right government.
His high spending/taxing, racially divisive, gender confused and foreign policy paralysis are as misguided as his immigration position, industrial sabotage, anti-farming, corporate cronyism and climate lunacy.
These – and much more – must be ruthlessly rolled back and torched.
Should Liberal Leader Peter Dutton be successful in 2025, he will need to have a long heart-to-heart with the newly formed governments of New Zealand and Argentina.
Indeed, it may even be appropriate for Mr Dutton to speak to these new leaders prior to Australia’s next federal election – and to base his campaign on their successes.
The list of roll-backs promised by New Zealand PM Christopher Luxon and Argentina’s Javier Milei is a mouth-watering start to repairing Australia.
According to The Spectator Australia magazine’s Nicholas Sheppard, NZ’s new Coalition is looking promising.
“Mr Luxon has thrashed out a deal with the libertarian ACT Party, and centrist populist New Zealand First,” Mr Sheppard wrote.
“Out the window is legislation banning tobacco sales to people born after 2008 and the ban on offshore oil and gas exploration is set to be repealed,” he said.
“Most controversially, the new government has vowed to review the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi, New Zealand’s founding document which balances the relationship between the government and the Maori.
“In the election, ACT leader David Seymour – who will rotate in the role as Deputy PM along with New Zealand First leader, Winston Peters – said his Party would end co-governance and ‘division by race’.
“New Zealand First also outlined plans to remove Maori names from government departments and to introduce a bill making English an ‘official’ language of New Zealand.
“These policies, if enacted, mark a sea change from previous progressive governments.
“If the government can stick it out, it’s clear who the big victim of the new Coalition will be: the legacy of Jacinda Ardern.”
Meanwhile, Argentina’s new president is already rapidly delivering his election promises.
A mere eighteen days after President Milei was inaugurated he has already:-
- Eliminated 12 of 21 cabinet posts.
- Fired 5000 government bureaucrats.
- Removed 380,000 government regulations.
- Banned woke language in the Argentine armed forces.
- Legalised home schooling for children.
- Implemented tough punishment for riot organisers.
- Proposed welfare cuts for road-blocking protesters.
- Proposed de-nationalisation of State-run corporations.
- Re-opened Argentina’s oil industry.
Sigh! If only.
Must our own nation be destroyed before regaining its senses?PC