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Jones and Morrison interview 2

Jones and Morrison interview 2
Morrison reverts to motormouth and “look over there” in this interview that does reveal some hope for some things. Not Paris, however.

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  • Muphin 12/09/2018, 6:59 am

    Listening to Morrison I have come to the conclusion that he is full merde. A carbon copy of the former PM.

    If he does not kill the Paris Agreement, he is toast come election time.

    • DT 12/09/2018, 7:12 am

      I am reserving judgement on the new PM but I know that he is in a very difficult position.

      PM Abbott was often criticised for not proceeding with issues we wanted fixed such as Anti-Discrimination Act Section 18C. But we failed to identify his handicaps, the Mansion led Black Hand faction within the Abbott Cabinet.

      A PM can only push his luck so far before being replaced and Abbott had fewer backers in the parliamentary Liberal Party than Morrison has, but Morrison does have a slim majority too. The successful manoeuvre by Mansion that resulted in Bishop being thrown out of the deputy role and foreign affairs was ruthless and resulted in blocking Dutton who was the most feared candidate.

      The Black Hand will continue to exert pressure on the PM who must apply a diplomatic solution which for the Paris Agreement could be “ignore”. Most other UN member nations that signed it are ignoring it. In fact the UN IPCC is now desperate to keep the gravy train on the rails and funded.

      As for “toast” at the next election, maybe not, but possibly a hung parliament and the LNP forced into alliances with minor parties to form a minority government?

      Shorten is about to face media reports about the infamous AWU slush fund fraud scandal which will make him hard to sell to voters, and there will be other Union Labor people past and present named and shamed too, even punished by a court of law.

      • Aktosplatz 12/09/2018, 7:22 am

        Agree with what you say, DT but notice how staying in power (‘keeping everyone happy’) is more important than Right Policy for the Benefit of Australians.

        We want pollies who consider domestic policies a priority for a change.

      • angry 13/09/2018, 11:48 am

        The Pickering Post – SHORTEN THE RAPIST

        http://pickeringpost.com/topic/shorten/13

    • Aktosplatz 12/09/2018, 7:23 am

      I’ve stopped listening to them Muphin. It’s no good.

    • ibbit 13/09/2018, 8:28 am

      I think you are right. I also think he is untrustworthy.

    • angry 13/09/2018, 11:52 am

      and abolish the RET!

  • Dave 12/09/2018, 8:55 am

    Talk is cheap, Paris is nation destroying.

  • DT 13/09/2018, 7:31 am

    Yesterday afternoon I watched Speers interview Fitzgibbons (Labor) and Joyce (National) about agriculture, Fitzgibbons was carrying on about the PM allowing an interview to be displayed on his website of a drought effected farmer saying drought was nature’s way of culling and forcing a new start.

    It was like watching monkeys squabbling at a zoo.

    They treat us like fools.

    • Botswana O'Hooligan 13/09/2018, 7:55 am

      After they lose the election they might start to listen. Morrison has two choices and he should know that he can’t please everyone so he can die on his feet fighting or die on his knees surrendering, his choice, our fate.

  • angry 13/09/2018, 4:29 pm

    Scott Morrison comes under fire for video saying the drought can be viewed as a ‘necessary evil’ to wipe out the bottom 10 per cent of farmers

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6162027/Scott-Morrison-uploads-video-Twitter-says-Australian-record-drought-necessary-evil.html

    WHAT A DESPICABLE ASSHOLE!

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