A TURBULENT SEVEN DAYS IN AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY.

select social media
RSS
Follow by Email
Facebook
Facebook
Google+
YouTube
LinkedIn
Instagram

Abalinx 1 December 2017 Peter Adamis.

This is my first post since I was muzzled on this media and much has happened in one week.  If I appear upset at being quarantined by individuals who lack the emotional skills to carry a robust debate; then, reader’s assumptions will be correct. A copy of the article may be downloaded by clicking on: A TURBULENT SEVEN DAYS IN AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY

A. The LGTBTQ community have finally realised that they were being used as guinea pigs by the politicians.

B. Same Sex Marriage has passed the Senate without the safeguards. Mind you I am not against individuals marrying each other. What I was concerned about and still am is that the survey was not a controlled matter and Politicians are using it as a means of currying favour with their constituents.

C. Naked blokes having sex in public at Flinders Street Station, Melbourne, Victoria and we the public are expected to watch these bastards. These two put shame on the LGBTQ community. The LGBTQ community deserve better. Survival of Mankind as a species far outweighs the desires of the individual.

D. The Euthanasia Bill was passed in Victoria under extraordinary all night debate forced on Politicians. Shame and more Shame by the Labor Party and we have not heard the last of this. The Labor politicians were more concerned about making history than what was good for society and mankind. Everyone has an opinion and I have mine. That does not give the right to anyone to target me and force me to think along the same lines as they do.

E. Senator Sam Dastyari commits errors of judgement which in the past would have been seen as a reasonable act against the Australian people. He should be sacked but Bill Shorten needs the numbers.

F. After years of procrastination, our Prime Minister calls for a Royal Commission into the Banking System. He only called for it after a huge revolt in his own ranks and that of the coalition.

G. North Korea is demonstrating a belligerence that is against the UN Council of nations and is heading towards a war that will devastate mankind.

H. Our Prime Minister has lost the respect of his colleagues and disappointed the public with his dithering and poor judgement. Julie Bishop does not have the numbers, Peter Dutton carries baggage, Scott Morrison does not have the numbers and the sycophants are the only thing that keep the Turnbull in his current role. Turnbull should do the honourable thing and fall on his political sword.

I. China has finally realised that it is a major power and is willing to take its global responsibilities seriously and is demonstrating it can work with non-communist nations.

J. Social Media has become the Big Brother and is akin to George Orwell’s Future society. Artificial Intelligence has infiltrated our very well being by stealth and we as a society are asleep.

K. The Australian Defence Force has lost its traditional and expected values of being the last bastion of security. We the public are expected to pay for transgender operations. General Morrison has lost the respect of his peers and that of the veteran community. His father who was a great soldier would be turning in his grave.

L. Our veteran community has seen more suicides than all of those who died in Iraq, Afghanistan and East Timor. The Prime Minister has the power to call a Royal Commission into the Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA) and win back some of the community. Veterans deserve much more and more will take their own lives while politicians dither over SSM and pandering to minorities.

M. The Prime Minister can swallow his pride and heal the wounds within his party and the Coalition by reconciling all colleagues left and right and prepare for the next election.

N. Senator Scott Ryan has achieved his long set goals of obtaining power and now second in line after the Governor General.

O. One Nation whether one supports it or not, has been shaken to the core by its dismal performance in Queensland and has unfortunately become a laughing stock. They do have some good policies but not good enough to attract support.

P. Politicians have done very little to alleviate the hardships being encountered on a daily basis by people struggling to pay their utility bills. Shame on those politicians. We are such a rich country in minerals and all types of resources that we as a people are trying to lead balanced lives.

Q. The world of work has changed dramatically where employment as a career is now to be found in the government sector. This sector is also becoming corrupt and it is who you know that counts not what skills you have. How many bludgers are in the work force doing a job that is far beyond their capabilities?

R. Corruptive and deceptive practices on all three tiers of government that make it difficult for the little Aussie battler and the person in the street to fight for what is fair. Politicians promising much and evading their responsibilities to their constituents. My friend Tom Love went down fighting the government and the Banking industry and lost his battle with cancer. We need heroes in society to fight the good fight.

S. The Television advertisements depicting the MALE in the domestic violence as always the BAD individuals, has the wrong message being sent to the public and to children. Domestic violence should be tackled with education and training and not create a generation of children where the MALE in a relationship is depicted as ALWAYS the aggressor. We must find other solutions to Domestic Violence.

T. Safe Schools programmes are riddled with the wrong messages and parents MUST have the right to remove them from the programme. My stand on this has nothing to do with religious beliefs but what is best for the child.

U. Now we have calls for the prime minister to step down. To be honest I don’t remember such calls being made when Tony abbot was the Prime Minister. Yes he had his detractors, Deceptors and Undermining underlings but they did not show their ugly heads until after the politically decapitated poor old Tony. Wither Malcolm demonstrates treal leadership and not afraid of losing his job or come to a deal with all of the various party interests and include them in the cabinet power sharing, including Tony Abbott and Kevin Andrews.

There much, much more to add to this list, but I am sure readers get the gist of what I am trying to say. My message is for society to stand up and be counted. Social Media participants will begin to understand why my articles are provocative and why I support traditional values and still support other points of view that differ from my generational values and traditions.

It is time we, as social media participants rose up against THE “FBAI THOUGHT POLICE”, and call a spade a spade. Let us win back our social media communication freedoms and not be bullied by AI. I am checking whether the FB Big Brother AI Thought Police are letting me out of Social Media Electronic Media jail.

I am still smiling and laughing still at those political corrective social media parasites who dobbed me in. Weak gutted filthy little bastards whoever they are! Very un-Australian I must say. I do hope they crawl back in that hole they came from and cover themselves with the “dung” they feed themselves with. They make a mockery of all the traditional Aussie values I embraced and lived with.

I like many of my generation will continue to speak out against Un-Australian activities and always fight the good fight. In fact I challenge those social media predatory serial parasite pests to report me again to the FBAI THOUGHT POLICE. Love you all. Now let the games begin. As a freelance journalist, I believe in a fair go for all Australians irrespective of their religious beliefs, culture and points of view.

 

 

What we lack now is leadership, a vision, who we are as a nation, what is our role in the world, what defines us and separates us from the rest of the world. We need heroes that will always stand up for the little fellow, the Aussie battler, the Mums and Dads and those struggling to put food on the table, to educate and clothe their family. Where are they today? They are certainly not in Parliament.

2017 was laced with sadness with the passing of family friends and acquaintances and yet despite their passing, I have become the recipient of their memories and will not forget their contribution to making me who I am. May their memory live on in the hearts and minds of those left behind! Life as we know it can only be sustained by vigilance and with that vigilance comes responsibility.

Peter Adamis is a Journalist/Social Media Commentator and writer. He is a retired Australian military serviceman and an Industry organisational & Occupational (OHS) & Training Consultant whose interests are within the parameters of domestic and international political spectrum.  He is an avid blogger and contributes to domestic and international community news media outlets as well as to local and Ethnic News.  He holds a Bachelor   of Adult Learning & Development (Monash), Grad Dip Occupational Health & Safety, (Monash), Dip. Training & Assessment, Dip Public Administration, and Dip Frontline Management. Website: abalinx.com Contact via Email: abalinx@gmail.com or via Mobile: 0481 342 791

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *