It’s Our Bloody Future! Not Our Ruddy Future!

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So, what do we have confronting us today?

From what I can read between the lines of the stories on early morning news breaks we do indeed have a stalemate when it comes to the leadership of the Labor Party.

1. The Cardinals are wasting their time and energy, traitorously attempting to engineer chaos and dysfunction, er, the Prime Minister to step down and hand over the leadership of the party, and hence the job of PM, to Kevin Rudd, in the run-up to the election.

So we get their stage-managed stunts with Kevin as star attraction. their statements to the media that Julia must step aside, and their touting of the numbers. Today, apparently, they have finally got >50% of the Caucus prepared to vote for Kevin, but they want , nay demand!!! the overwhelming majority of Caucus to get behind him.

Um, after all the malign machinations they have been up to, I think I can guarantee that’s the last thing Caucus will do. In fact, I think that Caucus will want to never speak to many of them ever again after the way they have made real the likely death of the party at the election, due to the obvious disunity on display, purely as a result of their continuous and, it seems, never-ending, campaign of white-anting.

That’s the take-out I have made from the particularly bad polls. People just hate the destabilised rabble that they are confronted with. In fact, I believe, a lot of the animus is directed, not at Julia Gillard, but at the very people so obviously agitating to get Kevin Rudd back. Could there not be an element of, ‘Well, put him back, if that’s what you want! Just do it and get on with being unified!’

Not that it will happen that way. As we all know, who follow these things closely, that if Kevin Rudd was put back as Prime Minister, it might satisfy the Cardinals, who are living on a prayer that he will be their saviour. It might satisfy a few tabloid-reading, Reality TV addicts in the community.

But it won’t satisfy Murdoch. He’ll just get out a fresh set of Ginzou knives and hand them around to his hacks and the next 3 months will be filled with more red blood to ensure the Blue Bloods win the election. As he wants.

2. Kevin Rudd appears to still not be interested in challenging JGPM. He’s smarter than the Cardinals because he knows that mass resignations from the Cabinet would result from his success and accession to the top job. Peter Garrett’s statement to that effect last Sunday was a voice for the many that said they would do the same, in the past.

Which would give the ‘headless chooks’ & ‘chaos & dysfunction’ metaphors, that the Opposition are peddling, big, fat, juicy legs. It really would become a cakewalk for the Opposition then.

3. Julia Gillard is not going to listen to the Cardinals now, or take heed of their scandalous plotting. It’s all so obviously contrived, along with the mendacious media pushing it along, as they all struggle for relevance together.

The Prime Minister is smart enough to see all this and will not waver. So is most of the Caucus, despite what the embittered old party hacks in their hereditary Labor ermines are saying. The future of the Labor Party, if it is to have one, lies in not going back to the halcyon days of yore of faceless plotters like them, feeding their egos and feeding stories to the complicit media, in order to perpetuate the the way of doing business manifest in the personage of Eddie Obeid and Ian MacDonald in NSW. The old, tired and discredited NSW Right way of doing things, which these Cardinals are the absolute and continuing embodiment of.

If we give in to them now, and let them put their front man back in to do a job that he was so obviously unsuited for, then the Australian Labor Party should just shut up shop, and hang a ‘For Rent’ sign on the front door. As it will be the old days and ways of the Hawke era back with a vengeance. When the old, male Union dinosaurs, or ‘Trogs’, as they styled themselves, ran the show as a sinecure for the Labor peers and greasy pole climbers, who did their work in the shadows and made sure so many lumps of useless wood got to sit on the Senate benches and occupy safe seats.

Those days are gone, and it’s about time those idiots realised it.

It’s not going to work for Tony Abbott either. Unless he wants to preside over a Serfdom. Though, considering the limited extent of his vision displayed thus far, and his megalomania, that’s probably exactly what he wants.

‘Poor Fellow My Country’, is exactly what’s in store if either man, Rudd or Abbott, gets to hold sway. That I do know for sure because they are both incompetent at administration and only sustained by the media, and the media have not yet displayed to me that they have the answers either.

Only the Gillard Ministry seem to have a real clue about where to take the country, that isn’t to a place littered with mass unemployment and mining tenements pock-marking the landscape. Or dams every damn where, destroying the fragile environment as they try and coax food out of a blood-red stony soil in the north of the country.

I just sit here and I watch all of this in despair, I truly do. However, just as resolved and determined to fight it as I ever was.

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1,241 thoughts on “It’s Our Bloody Future! Not Our Ruddy Future!

  1. I’m waiting for Palmer to “slip the collar” and tear into the LNP. and their master ; Murdoch with a map where all the “bodies” are buried!

  2. What everyone here says about Abbott’s plan for the north a is correct.
    However,the politics is important.
    This is an easy message for the dopes to comprehend.
    Lets pipe the water up north and we can grow everything we want.
    The dopes say Yeah. What a great idea. Tone is a man with a plan and vision.
    No-one in MSM will hold him to account for the stupidity.It’s a win for him.

  3. jaycee

    I agree with that. I have discouraged Southern s that have had ideas to move North for a tropical change. People coming from say Sydney or Melbourne might get romantic about a move to the tropics but a lot that do move up soon move back down after not having all the mod cons of life in the cities at their fingertips.

    My point was though that The north is not a disease wasteland and anyone who moves up will not be immediately struck down by some deadly virus

  4. NormanK – I’m not sure if we can expect more, but your videos make the wait more entertaining.

    I hope you don’t mind, but I’ve sent the latest to Media Watch with a plea (no doubt falling on deaf ears) to get stuck into ABC news and current affairs for neglecting their duty of care to the nation.

  5. NormanK
    Good work. I tweeted it.

    Leigh Sales is an up-herself, incompetent, promoted-way-beyond-her-abilities botch. She should be removed from 7.5 and placed in a spot more suited to her interest in peddling gossip and rumour. Perhaps a two- minute spot presenting celebrity gossip on ABC News Breakfast would be more in line with her capabilities.

  6. The ABC attitude to my complaints regarding their biased broadcasting of national affairs, going back more than four years,could be summed up like this:- We are biased and we know it.
    We know you know it and we don’t give a shit about that.

    To sort it out it needs someone who talks quietly and can carry out any threats that they need to make.

  7. rnm,

    Well, the abbott has been lauded by msn for more than three years now for his slogan policies, so the ‘develop the north’ is probably to replace his failed ‘stop the boats’.

  8. ian,
    I’m sure all the Southerners in marginal Seats think the North of Australia will just be made into neat little farms with roads and infrastructure criss-crossing it like it does in Victoria.

    It’s a foolish ‘Plan’ from Abbott, for foolish and easily-fooled people.

  9. I just thought of a brilliant banner that the Labor Party could put on every polling booth in the nation!

    A picture of Tony Abbott, with the words,

    “If you want to do it, why not do it with a Carbon Tax? ”

    They will be directly opposite the ones that the Coalition will no doubt have with a picture of Julia Gillard saying,

    “There will be no Carbon Tax under a government I lead.”

    It would at least make people think.

  10. It does my heart good to read a comment such as this. Fantastic. What a complete fiasco all this leadership argy-bargy is.
    All Labor Party dissenters, just put up, shut up and let the workers (Gillard, Swan, Emerson, Bradbury, Wong, Plibersek, et al.) get on with the great job they are doing despite your efforts to white ant them.

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