Abalinx 2 April 2018 Peter Adamis
With the waning of the Anglican Easter and the approach of the Orthodox Easter, Victorians will be none too pleased to hear and read of more Labor rorts being exposed. Labor’s recent loss over the CFA, the infighting amongst Labor ministers, the factional fighting spilling into the streets, the inappropriate social engineering programs and Education programs have gone too far. Labor cannot afford anymore scandals or further exposure of inappropriate governance issues. A copy of the article may be downloaded by clicking on: Labor putting people last
Should they continue, Labor faces a back lash from Victorian voters fed up with corruptive practices and putting the people last! Even Daniel Andrews parrot apologies for Labor’s errors of judgement, poor governance and failed programs will not save them from Voters backlash. Labor’s polling has taken a huge dive since they were exposed recently as having used taxpayer’s funds for their own election campaign.
But then again we are months out from the election and anything could happen. Whatever the case maybe, polling is but a guide and should not be taken as the holy grail of what is to come. The Herald/Sun recently was more to the point with their criticism of the Andrews government and one wonders whether the media will continue with their monitoring of the Labor governments scandals and poor governance. As a Victorian voter, I hope that is the case.
Labor score card. A quick look at the following score card is an indication of what it means putting people first!
1. Billion dollars wasted on the East-West Link
2. Failed and inappropriate Safe Schools program.
3. Attempts to reduce the effectiveness of The CFA
4. The rorts scandal of using taxpayer’s money.
5. Euthanasia Bill now law after marathon sitting
6. Mishandling African gangs violence issue
7. Parliamentary Ministers resigning or forced out
Although the score card does not include all of Labor’s poor governance, it is enough to send Victorians to the poor house. Labor sources advise that they are not concerned with their poor image, but will rely on their infrastructure programs, employment targets, law and order statistics and finally will complete their election campaign with a series of scandals targeting Matthew Guy near the closing stages of the election campaign.
Labor is of the belief that Victorian voters will behave life cattle and be socially engineered into believing the scandal myths, the Liberal inconsistencies, and digress from their own poor performance. Matthew Guy and Michael Kroger having patched up their differences will need to take action to unite all the factions in order to win Government. Both leaders taken a very pragmatic and mature approach, but will it be enough.
As a voter, I fear that this election will escalate into a battle that may see the destruction of family values as we know them and a path towards a totalitarian regime. Both sides are using social media tactics, the Labor party has already begun its campaign and the Liberals have yet to see what is coming. I as a Liberal voter, no matter what I say or do is just not enough and I do not want to be in a position to say that “once again, I told you so”.
On the other hand, if Victorian voters are going to put up with Labor’s cattle droving tactics and we being oblivious to the errors of Labor’s errant ways, have only ourselves to blame. My message to Victorian voters is to put aside your loyalties for any party and decide what is best for Victoria and not the political party. We are not cattle, nor are we just mere sheep to shorn of our hard earned tax payers money spent on social engineering projects and election funding campaigns.
The above is but a tiny portion of what I am going to present in future articles. Article which will be distributed via various media and social media outlets. It will be up to the Victorian voters to decide what is best for them. I can only do so much in exposing the supercilious nature of Labor’s inability to govern Victoria in a mature and resourceful manner.
As always, I apologise for my poor grammar and savagery of the English language. I mean well but at times it is just impossible to please all of the people at the very same time. Don’t blame me, I if will vote for a Matthew Guy ticket at the next election and anyway, what do I know, I am just merely a peasant masquerading as a journalist according to some wannabe domestic sycophant seeking high office.
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), and Dip. Training & Assessment, Dip Public Administration, and Dip Frontline Management. Website