Category: POLITICS

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…

Let the Gladiator games begin

Abalinx 1 July 2016 Peter Adamis The political battle plans created some months ago are about to come to fruition for many. The battle lines have been drawn, disagreements, possessions, insecurities, treaties, alliances have been ratified and manpower resources and material equipment in place. One could be excused for reading into the above and believing that…

The Aussie ethnic vote

Abalinx 21 June 2016 Peter Adamis I have often wondered about the value of the Aussie ethnic vote in Australia and whether it has been overvalued to meet personal agendas. I don’t have the empirical evidence to support my point of view other than to go by anecdotal evidence and life experiences since I left…

In whom do we trust

Abalinx 10 June 2016 Peter Adamis Stability, trust, economic security, Medicare, superannuation, honesty and the hope for a brighter future is resonating in the minds of the public as the major parties skirmish and skirt around each other in an effort to check the other in a game of political chess where no clear winner…

The 2016 Election and where chaos reigns supreme

Abalinx 19 May 2016 Peter Adamis Some 75 years ago, Australians were fighting in deadly earnest on an island in the Mediterranean. The island itself was an idyllic place today for many holiday makers and yet the ravages of war are still strong and embedded into those that remained behind.  A copy of the article…

What If series – 5

Abalinx 17 May 2016 Peter Adamis What if it was revealed that the Greens have stitched a deal with Labor on one front and another in Victoria alone with that political gladiator, Michael Kroger? What if Labor in an attempt to woo back voters stitched a separate deal with the Liberals in selected electorates to…

The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without going to war

Abalinx 11 May 2016 Peter Adamis  The title itself says it all and is the perfect description of the two major political parties attempting to woo a public that is becoming bored with politics.  The wise Chinese Sage Sun Tzu in his art of War knew that to win a battle without physically going to…