10th July 2016
One of the big messages sent by the Australian people in the July 2nd 2016 election result is that they are not stupid, they do think for themselves, they will not be completely hoodwinked by the left-wing mainstream media, and they want their politicians to listen to the people not the unions, or the media or gay lobby groups, or socialist infiltrated government education departments.
The major parties and the Greens have been abandoned in record numbers by Australians who are sick and tired of being bullied into silence by being called "xenophobic" or "racist" for having genuine concerns about the deceptive so-called "religion of peace" Islam, or being labelled as "homophobic", or "haters" or "dinosaurs" and told by Bill Shorten, Penny Wong and the Greens that they "have no place in modern Australia," just for speaking up for traditional marriage and having reasonable concerns about the merits of teaching children that anal sex is now the go and that men can somehow "marry" men.
The role of government is not to allow or facilitate political ideologies disguised as religions or social movements to infiltrate our nation, or to silence any citizen who speaks out against such movements. The role of government is not to put children in harms way, mentally and physically. The role of government is not to play "god" with foundational institutions such as marriage and family. Neither is it to change laws (such as the marriage law) so that citizen's freedom of speech, religion and conscience is suddenly taken away from them.
The Liberal party was given a shock in that they narrowly escaped political oblivion, and I suspect it was only due to the anti-ALP backlash from Shorten's promise to arrogantly impose a radical, homosexual/marxist worldview on Australia, within 100 days, without consultation with the people or even with elected people's representatives from the ALP. This I believe led to the ALP continuing to record some of the lowest primary votes in its history.
The Greens have also gone backwards. Together with the ALP they treated Australians with contempt by calling them names and telling them to "shut up" instead of listening to their genuine concerns over the homosexual and Islam movements, not to mention their shared financial recklessness and policies to put us into multi-generational, debilitating debt.
One big party, who has stood by Australians, who stood up for traditional marriage, defended our children and our freedoms, and spoke the common sense view has increased its votes. That is the Barnaby Joyce led Nationals. Without them Malcolm would not be PM today. This speaks volumes about what the people of Australia have said in this election.
And of course the minor parties who support marriage and family, responsible financial management and freedoms of speech, religion and conscience have all done exceptionally well and been given many of the votes taken from the majors and the Greens. Parties such as Family First and One Nation have provided the Australian people with viable alternatives.
Malcolm has been given another chance, but the message is clear, if he does not listen to the people he will not last very long. Australian's traditionally do not take kindly to authoritarian movements trying to pull the wool over their eyes and force through such major structural changes to our good society, especially without the people authorizing it.
I believe some of the main messages from the Australian people, from July 2nd, are that: Australians do not want their politicians to mess with marriage. They do not want government to cause a child to miss out on either a mum or a dad, or an uncle or aunty, or a grandmother or grandfather. They do not want homosexual sex education forced on their children. They want the books to be balanced. They do not want the government to unleash a tsunami of moral and financial recklessness on our once young and free nation.
They want financial and moral restraint. They want Canberra to defend marriage, families, children and freedom, rather than facilitate their destruction. They expect the government to defend the freedoms bought with the blood of the ANZACS rather than to cave in to anti-freedom movements seeking to undermine our foundations.
Leave marriage alone. Leave our children alone. Defend our freedoms. Balance the books. Leave the rest to the people.