by DAVID FLINT – THE 2022 election, closely monitored by criminals, domestic and international, could be one of the most important in Australian history.
As with other countries, a poor government could result in Australia becoming an unidentifiable shadow of itself.
The first criminal group is the fraudsters, strengthened by “reforms” camouflaged as “making voting easier”.
With the weakest protections against fraud among comparable democracies, the advent of pro-Labor “independents” in Liberal electorates has given fraudsters an incentive to move beyond the marginals.
Opposition to European-style voter ID legislation, based on the insulting ground that it would disadvantage the indigenous, has been led by the man the pollsters suggest will be the next PM, Anthony Albanese.
But pollsters can be very wrong, as this column demonstrated in detail before the 2019 federal election.
The second criminal group is the same people smugglers who, under the Rudd government with Albanese as a minister, delivered with impunity over 50,000 illegal immigrants on 800 boats with over 1200 drowning.
But when Tony Abbott promised to turn them back, Labor, LINOs (Liberals In Name Only) and the commentariat scorned him, claiming this was impossible and would lead to war with Indonesia.
Albanese has claimed in the 2022 campaign that he supports Abbott’s Sovereign Borders policy, but draws the line at offshore processing which crucially denies illegal immigrants years of taxpayer-funded access to tribunals and courts.
He said he agreed with Abbott’s temporary protection visas. But within hours he reversed himself on both, demonstrating that, as with the economy, he has no idea.
The third criminal group is the ruthless drug lords from the mainly Mexican and Colombian drug cartels.
Since Joe Biden, whom some Border Control officers say should be named the “Drug Lords’ Employee of the Year”, stopped building Trump’s nearly finished wall – and threw open his southern border – there is little difficulty in delivering dangerous drugs into the US.
With Biden recently announcing the relaxation of Trump’s Title 42 legislation authorising Border Control’s immediate expulsion of especially single male illegals, both people smugglers and drug lords are ready to step up the drug trade to epidemic proportions.
So is the fourth group of criminal gangsters, the ruthless multi-billionaire thugs who control the Chinese Communist Party, the source, directly and indirectly, of fentanyl.
This is a powerful synthetic opioid used not only by addicts but also to lace other products taken unwittingly.
As a result, opioids are now the major cause of death among the American young, with over 100,000 deaths a year.
At the 2018 Buenos Aires G20, Senator Bill Hagerty said Trump told Xi to stop sending fentanyl to the US. While Xi obeyed, he crucially made no promises about Mexico.
While both drug lords and Beijing are enriched by this evil trade, the communists have a more sinister objective. This is to undermine and punish their enemies, above all the USA.
But since the Morrison government rightly refused to behave like a cowardly tributary country, Australia is now being punished by the most flagrant breaches conceivable of Beijing’s obligations under international trade law.
That this has not had the deleterious effect hoped for will only encourage Beijing to work with the drug lords to push drugs into Australia should the borders be thrown open by an Albanese government.
As they probably will be for the reason that Marxism, which Churchill likened to a bacillus plague, has infected many if not most of the West’s institutions through a variant which could be identified as ME2, otherwise known as Marxism with Elite characteristics. (ME1 would precede Marcuse’s invention of critical theory).
Realising both Marx’s proletarians and Mao’s peasants were stubbornly conservative, ME2 thinkers substituted race with “gender” as the new oppressed through whom the West and its institutions could be destroyed.
ME2 critical race theory has delivered an anti-white, anti-European agenda which has led some Western governments into deceitfully making sudden, secretive and irreversible changes to a country’s population and its sense of order.
This has been done not only without the consent of the electorate, but without even consulting them, probably in the belief that they will be neutered by the new votes the politicians believe they have bought.
Blair did this to Britain, Merkel to Germany and much of the European Union and now Biden is doing this to the US.
It was only Abbott, with Morrison and Jim Molan, and at an earlier time, Howard, who saved Australia from a similar fate.
(Pity then that the politicians have so mishandled legitimate immigration. But that is another question.)
One truly informative feature of the current campaign is the debate over the Liberal candidate Katherine Deves.
She is dedicated to saving women’s sport through the self-evident truth that sex is not a matter of choice and a born male can never become a woman.
In this debate, Albanese has emerged as a card-carrying adherent of critical gender theory.
This is a clear indication that he, like most politicians, is infected to the gills with the ME2 variant.
He will inevitably follow this on the borders and everything else. He will be a local mirror of the Biden administration, hopefully not as bad.
Meanwhile, Morrison clearly rejects critical gender theory, has refused to bend the knee to Beijing and has appointed our first real Minister of Defence in many a year, Peter Dutton.
Dutton is the likely architect of AUKUS, the one truly global response to the emerging Moscow-Beijing-Tehran Axis.
Pending a return to the White House of Donald Trump or someone as effective, we, even more, need a government in Canberra that will stand up to China and resist the pressure to open the borders.
Conservatives would be advised to vote carefully, preferring proven candidates including those from sound smaller Parties but ensuring their ultimate choice is a return of the Morrison government.
The future of this country is at stake as it rarely is in an election.PC