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When the Government of a Western Nation, deliberately destroys

the democracy of its own country  by committing TREASON




The Death of a Australia at the hands of Bill Shorten


Articles Exposing Labors Support of the Political Cultural Marxist Agenda


Mark Latham: ALP is full of useful idiots assisting cultural Marxism




The Finkel Report’s Recommendations on the Future Security of the National Electricity Market: 

Impacts on the Australian Economy and Australian Consumers            

Dr. Moran's Audit Of The Finkel Report     30 June 2017



• Governments are subsidising the building of intermittent renewable energy that are reducing reliability and security while increasing prices. The Finkel recommendations entail an amplification of these subsidies, the outcome of which has been a doubling of wholesale electricity prices and a degradation of supply reliability. Compared with wholesale electricity prices of around $40 per MWh prevailing during the first 15 years of the present century, prices now exceed $80 per MWh

• The Finkel review accepts that its policy proposals will not return wholesale electricity to their historical levels but mistakenly argues that this would be impossible. Moreover, its over-optimist assumptions on future costs of renewables mean that its proposals  would make even its $80 per MWh price goal unattainable.

•  Implementation of the Finkel recommendations would bring a further deterioration of system reliability and lift wholesale prices  to at least $100 per MWh.This is already evident in prices of electricity on futures markets. Returning to the previous market-based electricity supply system that has   been have gradually undermined by regulations over the past 15 years would result in new            coal plants wholesale electricity costs at around $50 per MWh and the restoration of a more reliable system


• Household energy bills, even under an optimistic view of the Finkel proposals, would be between $588 and $768 per year more than would be the case under an outcome that removed market distortions by eliminating all subsidies.

• More injurious to households than the lift in their direct electricity costs, the Finkel recommendations would vastly increase the costs of  electricity to commercial users. By more than doubling electricity costs, the   Finkel proposals would force the virtual cessation of production in energy intensive, trade-exposed industries; these account for one fifth of manufacturing and include some of the nation’s  most productive activities including metals and smelting, pulp and paper, sugar and confectionery. Competitiveness and future growth

would also be adversely impacted across most agricultural and mining sectors.

• A regulatory-induced elimination of the industries able to take advantage of Australia’s natural advantage in low cost energy supplies  and the forced increase in all other industries’ electricity costs would severely reduce Australia’s living standards.

Mark Latham: ALP is full of useful idiots assisting cultural Marxism

Mark Latham, The Daily Telegraph October 17, 2017 12:00am

When Vladimir Lenin coined the phrase “useful idiots” in politics, he gave us a handy way of understanding Bill Shorten’s Labor Party.

As identity politics has taken hold of our major public institutions and private companies, Labor politicians have played along.

In wanting to help so-called “oppressed minorities”, they have fallen into the trap of naively assisting the far more dangerous agenda of cultural Marxism.

In the eyes of this far-Left movement, they are very useful idiots.

With the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, most people thought Marxism had been defeated.

But this was only true of economic Marxism — government control of the means of production.

Like a scene from a Terminator movie, neo-Marxists reassembled themselves, morphing into an even more menacing force.

They adopted the tactics of the Italian writer Antonio Gramsci (1891-1937). Instead of seeking economic control, they pursued cultural control by manipulating the beliefs, values and language of society.

Gramsci proposed a “long march through the institutions”,

steadily taking over universities, schools, media outlets and

government agencies by appointing like-minded people to

senior positions.

Sound familiar?

This is what has happened to Australia over the past 20 years.

Political correctness is being used to control our language.

Gender fluidity courses in schools are being used to teach young people there is no such thing as fixed, biological science.

Post-structuralist Marxism is now the dominant ideology in Australia’s universities, such that students are being made to “unlearn” all prior knowledge and to regard history, science and even education itself as “capitalist constructs”.

Employment quotas and theories of “unconscious bias” are dismantling merit-based recruitment, with people hired by the medieval habit of how they look (skin colour and gender).

The overall impact has been to create a society devoid of certainty, drained of institutional ballast.

Cultural Marxism aims to convince people their true beliefs and identities in life are being repressed, that in feeling anxious and uneasy, they need to rise up against the existing social order.

MARK LATHAM: Stop! Diversity police, this is just too much

It’s a powerful movement that started in the underbelly of our institutions

and now dominates around 80 per cent of Australian public life.'

The rest of us, the 20 per cent, are the resistance.

I say these things from a background in the right-wing of the Labor Party,

where I fought the Left internally on most issues.

But I’m not the only one saying it.

Peter Baldwin, the intellectual leader of the Socialist Left faction in the period of the Hawke and Keating governments, has been making similar points.

He has called for a new political alliance: for conservatives, libertarians and traditional social democrats to unite in preserving the values of the 17th-century Enlightenment.

To defend freedom, science and reason.

To fight for fraternity: bringing people together in common cause.

This is where Shorten and Labor have lost the plot. Identity politics

is an incredibly divisive doctrine.

It pits Australians against each other: black versus white,

female versus male, gay versus straight.

The neo-Marxists like it this way, as it creates the preconditions

of political unrest: large parts of society agitating on spurious grounds.

Why would Labor ever endorse it?

The founding purpose of social democracy is to encourage co-operation between people, transcending self-interest and superficial differences such as skin colour.

Under Shorten’s leadership, the ALP has ditched this kind of thinking.

It’s now a wholly owned subsidiary of identity politics, where questions of race,

gender and sexuality are central to its policymaking.

Shorten believes Australia is so bigoted that a democratic vote on same-sex marriage

would force large numbers of gay people to kill themselves — a false prophecy.

He sees Aboriginal, migrant and female Australians as victims of institutionalised prejudice.

He has said an ALP government will actively discriminate in favour of these groups.

This means more safe space segregation, more language policing, more radical gender theory, more job quotas and more damaging social division.

In effect, the Daniel Andrews Labor model in Victoria will be imported to Canberra.

These policies are not only wrong but unnecessary. Research has consistently shown Australia to be one of the most tolerant nations on earth.

A major study inside the Prime Minister’s Department earlier this year found that, if anything, we tend to overcompensate in supporting women, migrants and Aborigines, in giving them a fair go.

For the cultural Marxists, the purpose of identity politics is not to empower so-called minorities but to tear down perceived majorities — most notably, white straight men.

In the same-sex marriage debate, for instance, the Yes campaign is remarkably unconcerned by the need to protect religious freedoms.

Christians are expected to suffer into the future, just as gays claim to have suffered in the past.

Similarly, radical left feminists are not intent on empowering women, but disenfranchising men — to make them pay for past perceptions of privilege.

Recently, a Mark Latham’s Outsiders viewer wrote to me describing how, in his workplace in Melbourne, men were being sacked under a policy of eliminating “stale, pale males”.

Division of this kind is sparking bitter resentment.

It’s destroying social capital and the cause of Labor.

The one person with a moral duty to speak out against it is Shorten.

Yet he sees his role as egging it on.

This is a stunning betrayal of social democracy: a Labor leader who

has lit a Bonfire of the Vengeances, with Australians fighting each

other on the basis of race, gender and sexuality.

Truly a useful idiot

How could anyone who cares about children consider voting for Bill Shortens Cultural Marxist Labor Party?


NOV 15, 2017 — Labor have refused to support mandatory sentences for convicted pedophiles while continuing to push for the sexualisation of our children


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Bill Shorten and Michelle Rowland have written an open-letter to the Islamic community following concerning reports about Australia’s Islamic community being assaulted, vilified, and being wrongly stigmatised for the crimes of ISIL. 


In such difficult times, Labor will continue to speak out against ill-informed and dangerous views and stand up for tolerance and multiculturalism. Read their letter here:

To whom it may concern,

We have been very distressed by recent reports about the Australian Islamic community being wrongly blamed for the crimes of ISIL, including assaults and other forms of vilification.

Labor stands shoulder to shoulder with Australia’s Islamic community and, now more than ever, we are committed to tolerance, social cohesion, mutual respect and multiculturalism.

Labor will continue to work with you to stop misinformation, bigotry and prejudice directed at the Australian Islamic community.

Regrettably, some in our community, including a very few elected representatives, have made comments which have the potential to damage community harmony and inflame tensions. Labor strongly opposes these ill-informed and dangerous views and we will continue to speak out against them.

We know that the twisted ideology of ISIL bears no relation to a faith of peace, love and tolerance which is followed by millions around the world – and we will continue to make this point.

ISIL has no right to use the name of Islam.

We will work with you to help stop ISIL spreading division, radicalising disaffected and vulnerable young people. We will not allow them to nurture intolerance and create a world where people fear the unknown and resent differences.

The Islamic story in Australia has a rich history and grows stronger each year. Australia’s Muslim community continues to do our nation a great service by fostering enduring cultural and religious harmony, and making a substantial contribution to our national prosperity.

This reflects modern Australian multiculturalism: a story of cultural enrichment, social cohesion and economic growth and it is a story that the Labor Party is committed to and will always defend.

We are keen to engage with you and your organisation, to listen to you about how we can further these goals together. Please contact Ms Rowland’s office on 02 6277 4833 or if you would like to make such arrangements. We look forward to hearing from you.

Finally, on the upcoming occasion of Eid Ul Adha, we wish you, your family and your community a heartfelt Eid Mubarak.


Yours sincerely,

Bill Shorten
Leader of the Opposition

Michelle Rowland
Shadow Minister for Citizenship and Multiculturalism

A Labor Government will send Australia broke & here is further evidence.


Penny Wong pledging to give away borrowed money to increase foreign aid.




Future generations must not have to pay for the stupidity of a Labor government.

You are a dope Penny Wong       


March 2018