Category: POLITICS

Stepping back to smell the roses and live

Peter Adamis Abalinx 9 December 2016 Tonight was a milestone for me. As promised some three years ago, I stepped aside from all political positions and just remaining a member of the Liberal Party. I will confess that I am an unashamed right wing conservative with family and Defence as my favourite issues. I have…

What is the role of a political party

Abalinx 6 August 2016 Peter Adamis I wonder just how many out in the public arena truly understands what the role of a political party is. I also question the motives of those involved and whether their true objectives is more about power. To download a copy of the article click on:WHAT IS THE ROLE…

Australian political campaign techniques and alternative concepts

Abalinx – Peter Adamis – 25 July 2016 Background.                        It is fair to say that whether political campaign strategists like it or not, campaigning has become a science unto itself. A copy of the article may be downloaded by clicking on: AUSTRALIAN POLITICAL CAMPAIGN TECHNIQUES & ALTERNATIVE CONCEPTS  Having said that the reader should be…

The value of campaigning in dead red seats

Abalinx – 24 July 2016 – Peter Adamis Campaigning means many things depending on the circumstances and what the objectives are. If it is a military campaign then lives are at stake and the objective must be worth fighting for.  A copy of the article may be downloaded by clicking on: THE VALUE OF CAMPAIGNING IN DEAD…

Victoria the Achilles Heel or saviour?

Abalinx 22 July 2016 On the 10 May 2016 in an article named What if series  I predicted the outcome of the Federal election with considerable accuracy. This prediction was not done by looking at the statistics, surveys or polls conducted by self-serving media outlets, nor because of any political insight and monitoring media reports.…

A coalition government implosion – Is it possible

Abalinx – 21 July 2016 Peter Adamis Having scraped over the line, shoring up of political alliances and selecting the best team, would be high on the agenda for the incoming government.  Once that has been cemented, I would put aside my personal biases and negative thoughts and get on with the job of government.…

Ignorance the unseen enemy within our ranks

Abalinx 19 July 2016   Peter Adamis As a youngster going to Primary school I like many others was subjected to corporal punishment of the day. That is being smacked on either hand by the teacher or senior school master or on other occasions by the Head Master. In most cases I would be disciplined because…

Social media and politics

Abalinx Peter Adamis 15 July 2016 This article is of interest to readers because it demonstrates the language and viciousness that is going on behind the scenes. The following commentary is the result of discussions with two young Liberals who expect to be elevated within the Liberal party. Suffice to say as an interested political…

How Julia Banks won Chisolm

Abalinx 8 July 2016 Peter Adamis Political campaigning.       Political campaigning at their best are always fraught with danger if the information being disseminated is not distributed amicably and in a timely fashion to the voter being the recipient. Modern campaign methodologies rely heavily on the use of new technologies such as telephone canvassing and the…

An opinion of what on earth happened in July 2016

Abalinx 10 July 2016 Peter Adamis The Federal election 2016.   The Liberal Party campaign coordinated from a central base in Canberra was a soft campaign that was doomed. A Copy of the article may be downloaded by clicking on: AN OPINION OF WHAT ON EARTH HAPPENED IN JULY 2016 It was a poorly constructed and fragmented…