BRING ABBOTT IN OUT OF THE COLD
… or Turnbull dies a slow death
Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.
The Prime Minister’s recent remarks confirm his agenda… he couldn’t give a stuff what Party he leads as long as he has his eyes on the prize of an Islamic-sympathetic republic. He might bask in out-polling Shorten as preferred PM but I have a sick guinea pig that could do that.
Extremely expensive friends
Turnbull is everything a genuine Liberal Party member would never stand for… a redistribution-of-income-promoting global warming hoaxer, a promoter of a carbon tax by any other name, a promoter of the cult of Islam, a UN/EU Green lover; a billionaire socialist of the most insidious kind.
Of course the media will fawn over his blatant socialism, but the media is failing the voters as it clearly supported the knifing of a first term PM who broke all majority records for his Party.
It was an irresistible numerical attraction for Turnbull who then, in the ensuing election, lost all that majority bar one single seat.
Media outrage was intense when the dangerous Whitlam was sacked, yet no-one seems to have come to Abbott’s defence despite his remarkable successes and Whitlam's lack of any.
And now Turnbull has threatened a by-election if he is dumped from the leadership and that will likely leave the Libs with a majority of just a Speaker, thus an immediate election. No, this bloke would knife Di Natale and lead the Greens if he thought it would advantage him… ideology is of no consequence to Turnbull.
The NT News had the pick of the headlines
His hardly hidden course has been set for the 2019 election. With breathtaking cunning he has slowly adopted all that Shorten stands for, not leaving a contested, and potentially damaging, point of difference. He even agreed with Shorten that the debt and deficit would be under control by 2021 on the basis that Australia would have an average five per cent GDP from now until then.
Both must know that that is an impossibility but it was a side agreement that stopped the deficit and spending blame-game being played by either side. Haven’t you noticed the lack of debt concern lately?
The old school Party that Abbott will fight for
Abbott is all about the Liberal Party having gone way Left under Turnbull and he will do anything he can to prevent it. Turnbull is all about Turnbull and he doesn’t realise he can stop Abbott by bringing him in out of the cold where Cabinet solidarity will obtain.
Abbott is a good administrator but a bad PM. He would make a fine education minister or even take over defence from the useless Pyne and Payne. He has a lot to offer but Turnbull doesn’t want him in the Party Room where he can have a voice and build critical votes.
Credlin could be instrumental in an Abbott rebirth
I don’t believe Abbott wants the top job, he just wants to ensure the Liberal Party isn’t completely destroyed by the Turnbull/Bishop diarchy.
If only the Labor Party had accepted Turnbull when he offered them his evilly personal services.