BOTH OUR PAST AND PRESENT DAY ELECTED
MEMBERS TO FEDERAL AND STATE PARLIAMENT,
IN TANDEM WITH LOCAL COUNCILS, SHOULD LEAD BY EXAMPLE
If reports emanating from Asia are correct, that the Chinese Communist Government (Govt.) plans to attack Japan and Vietnam sooner rather than later, this would no doubt lead to Australia again becoming a participant in another war.
Should this report become a reality, Australia would be placed in a precarious position, in that Australia's biggest State - N.S.W. - no longer has an oil refinery. In addition, Australia now imports 90% of their oil. What could worsen our situation is if the N.S.W. Govt. was to lease our power, poles and wires, to an agent, or a friendly country, to the Chinese Communist Govt. This well may lead to Australia having no oil and no electricity.
Australia's major political parties, both Federal and State, in tandem with Local Councils, are together responsible for our country's fall from financial grace. This is due to the sale of our family jewels, the Australian people's "assets."
The Liberal/National Coalition, the Labor Party and The Greens blame the drought for the massive suffering of our farmers, their families and their neighbours. In fact, reports say an average of two farmers per week have committed suicide.
The aforementioned political parties are totally responsible for the predicament our farmers are enduring, due to their failure to construct dams and harvest water for at least the past 35 years. These aforementioned political parties are/were in Govt., or when they held the balance of power in the Senate (Legislative Council), when they failed to address this much-needed infrastructure.
Should the reported conflict in Asia become a reality, and Australia becomes a participant, then our past and present elected members to Federal and State Parliament, in tandem with Local Council and Councillors, should form our front-line military force, fully supported by their parties' financial members.
Our country's problems were created by the aforementioned political parties, and therefore they owed their fellow Australians "BIG TIME."
It's time Australian voters stopped supporting political parties as if they are like their local football team. It doesn't matter how badly your footy team performs, you still support them. But this SHOULD NOT apply to our political parties.