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The great betrayal

And there stands the subversion of democracy; the offence of money is power; the betrayal by subversive political parties of the welfare of the people and democracy; the corruption of politicians; and the need to overthrow traitors in government.

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Voters think politicians represent them. Developers, miners and big business know they don’t.

James McDonald,
May Day,
1 May 2020
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The Australian Government

Avarice is their driving force. Exploitation their means. Corruption their morality. Irresponsibility their cop-out. And Deceit their default communication to the public.

James McDonald
21 April 2020
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Describing Australia’s PM

Morrison is a Liar, as committed to public services as a dead rat in a sewer. He speaks propaganda, thinks exploitation, justifies avarice with extremist religion. He is unfit for office.

James McDonald
21 April 2020
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Murdoch propaganda

The long arms of Murdoch propagandists stretch around the globe lying with Goebbellian efficiency about the absolutely stupid for the absolutely lunatic….

James McDonald
28 April 2020
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Neofascism without the uniforms

The Mussolini model of fascism was the fusion of government and corporate interests and it’s happening again. We call it neoliberalism, which all but amounts to neofascism without the uniforms.

James McDonald
30 April 2020
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Money is power?

Vested interests have no innate right to have the ear of corrupt politicians who sell out the welfare of the people for the inequities of privilege. The notion that money is power is a subversive attack on democracy.

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