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The Liberal Party of Australia is the “Conservative”, Republican-type party of Australia. I’m a member.

Michael Kroger’s slick dictatorial masterplan for the Liberal Party

Following the decisive defeat of the Liberal Party at last Saturday’s Australian federal election, Liberal Party “power broker” (whatever that means),Michael Kroger, was quoted in today’s The Australian offering his “solution” to the problems of the Liberal Party.

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Labor Party victory

Congratulations to the Labor Party on its impressive win in the Australian Federal election.

I saw firsthand what powerful campaigners the Labor Party were when I ran as an independent in the Albert Park by-election a few months ago. Labor womped it in back then with Martin Foley and his team.

And Kevin Rudd had done it for Federal Labor tonight.

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Splattering and sleeping their way to a nuclear free Australia!

Photos by Tim Warner of anti-nuclear “protesters” defacing, splattering paint, vandalising, picketing and … relaxing … yesterday afternoon (Monday 19th of November 2007) outside the headquarters of the Liberal Party, 104 Exhibition Street, Melbourne, Australia.

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Peaceful protesters exercising their right to block access to 104 Exhibition Street – The Liberal Party’s head office – in the last few days before the Federal election.

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Dreaming of a better world. One where people’s property is respected. Where rational thinking reigns supreme. Where nuclear energy is clean, safe, and cheap. But even if it were so … who would believe it? Aye! There’s the rub!

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A born leader. A prophet. The next Al Gore. Known simply as “The Straddler” – it was he who masterminded this whole extraordinary event. A man whose ability to sit astride cylindrical objects will one day become the stuff of legends. But for now he bides his time. Waiting, thinking, plotting.

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A classic love triangle.
She loves him. But he loves that other bitch.

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The other bitch.

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Armed and ready to photograph anyone who breaches her goddamn right to vandalise and intimidate people!!

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The Liberal Party is the enemy!!

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… Yes … the enemy … that’s right … crush the enemy …

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Just an ordinary guy lying on the street, splattered with fluro paint, with his arm inside a drum. Melbourne is full of them. You get used to them after a while. And frankly, the tourists just adore them!

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SOLID VOX interview: Why did Danny do it?

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PRODOS interviews thecontroversial PastorDanny Nalliah of Catch The Fire Ministries.

Topics covered include:

  • Why, in October 2005,Danny Nalliahacceptedan invitationto address the holocaust-denying Australian League of Rights
  • He sets the record straight about what did and did not happen at that meeting -including with regards toa questionput to him about theHolocaust,from the founder of the anti-Semitic Adelaide Institute
  • Why he’d be happy toattend such a meetingagain even though he believes 100% in the Holocaust, supports Israel, and even has an Israel flag in his office.
  • The Christian missionary tradition of the last 2,000 years and how his actions are consistent with the teachings of Jesus
  • About his meeting with Prime Minister John Howard
  • Why he supports John Howard and Peter Costello, and is critical of Labor Party leader, Kevin Rudd
  • Why hediffers with Colin Rubenstein and possibly other Jews regarding dealing with the likes of the League of Rights.
  • And much more!

I didn’t ask Danny Nalliah this question, butI wonder what he’d reply: What would Jesus have done?

If Jesus Christ had been invited to address a group such as the League of Rights, would he have accepted or declined?

If he accepted, on what basis would he do so?

If he refused, on what basis would he do so?

Christianity isn’t new. It’s been around for 2,000 years. Unlike Judaism, one ofthe key features of Christianity – supported by passages from The Bible -has always been an emphasis on proselytism.

Evangelical Christians such as Danny Nalliah are especially active and energetic in this regard.

It’s somewhere between amusing and pathetic that ignorant, dumbassed lefties like Jeff Sparrow of Crikey and Misha Schubert of The Age act sooutraged that Danny Nalliah, a well-known Evangelical Christian would speak at any gathering of the dubious or undesirable.

And it’s bad logic – at the very least – to declare that John Howard and Peter Costello should cut ties with Danny Nalliah because he has basicallybeen doing his job as an EvangelicalChristian Pastor.

Double guilt by association: The League of Rights are baddies. Danny is guilty for “associating” with the League of Rights. Howard and Costello are guilty for “associating” with Nalliah. Of course the Prime Minister and the Treasurer are the key targets here.

Recently, writing for slag-rag, Crikey.com.au, Jeff Sparrow wrote: “Catch the Fire [Ministries, run by Danny Nalliah,] is a bigoted group, and it is shameful that mainstream politicians associate with it.”

And with staggering ignorance, Jeff Sparrow refers to the accusations made by the Islamic Council of Victoria*, later upheld by VCAT, and then later DISCREDITED by the Supreme Court of Victoria, Court of Appeals, that Catch The Fire “had described Muslims as drug-dealing demons training to make Australia an Islamic state.”

He then dares the Australia Israel Jewish Affairs Council (who, by the way, do great work) to join his chorus of viciousness and ignorance.

* By the way, the supposedly “moderate”Islamic Council of Victoria’s website recommends IslamOnline.net – which advocates the murder of apostates. Justthought, Jeff Sparrows and Misha Schubert might be interested.

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Paul Kelly says Kevin Rudd elusive and contradictory on policies

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Julia Gillard and Kevin Rudd (Australian Labor Party)

Paul Kelly’s article in the latest Weekend Australian Magazine (Kevin Rudd Up Close and Personal, Oct 27/28 2007 – not currently available online) presents a sympathetic personal portrayal of Australian Labor Party Opposition Leader, Kevin Rudd.

In its closing paragraphs, however, we come to the issue of Rudd’s approach to policies:

On policy Rudd is careful, elusive and contradictory.

He likes to purchase policy options across the spectrum – so he is both pro-business and pro-unions, he is for government intervention and for free markets, he is for quitting Iraq and staying in Iraq, he is for abolishing WorkChoices but wants workplace flexibility.

A policy wonk and populist, Rudd rejects Howard as yesterday’s man but keeps most of Howard’s policy.

Who is the real Kevin Rudd? [ … ]

Paul Kelly goes into all sorts of detail about the things that show how nice and likeable and trustworthyKevin Rudd is as an individual.

But what would cause such a supposedly sterling fellow to be so “elusive and contradictory” when it comes to his profession – his profession asa politician -a politicianwho is askingAustralians to make him the next Prime Minister?

What sort of “elusive and contradictory” … ehm … “New Leadership” … is Rudd offering?

I wonder!

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Kevin Rudd’s New Leadership of Variable Absolutes

Hat tip to Ron Manners for this YouTube video – a spoof of Kevin Rudd (leader of the Australian Labor Party) and his rise to power through the philosophy of Variable Absolutes.

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Note: Includes English subtitles, translated from Chinese.

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Albert Park by-election

Prodos Marinakis, independent candidate, Albert Park by-election

Information on the Albert Park by-election (which was held last Saturday, September 15, 2007) along with the official results, and some notes on my policies is available at prodos.com.au

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Albert Park campaign song (2)

The second of my 2 songs for the Albert Park campaign is now online at:

prodos.com.au

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Albert Park campaign song (1)

Thefirst of my two songs for the Albert Park campaign is now online at:

prodos.com.au

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I’m running as an independent for the state Seat of Albert Park

Today I began my campaign to run as an independent for Albert Park.

The official campaign site will be at:

http://prodos.com.au

More details soon.

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