Explaining the Liberal Mess – Part Five

READ PART FOUR HERE Next question! Question (from memory): “Last week we saw Labor playing politics with national security. How do we get the message to the Australian people and in particular Victorians, that national security matters?” Josh Frydenberg (from memory): “We know in Victoria, from the attack how real the terrorist threat is. There have been seven terrorist attacks in Australia since 2013, there’s … Continue reading Explaining the Liberal Mess – Part Five

Explaining the Liberal Mess – Part Four

READ PART THREE HERE In a recent Kooyong meeting I attended, the seat once held by Robert Menzies himself and now held by the treasurer and deputy leader of the party Josh Frydenberg, a question was brought up as to why we are even a part of the Paris Climate agreement, another was brought up about medical evacuations of refugees. These were his responses: Question … Continue reading Explaining the Liberal Mess – Part Four

Explaining the Liberal Mess – Part Three

READ PART TWO HERE The little l’s currently occupy the traditional heartland of the Liberal Party, the south-east suburbs of Victoria. While spattered about in other states too, the Liberal’s have performed exceptionally well in those seats since the party was created. The little l’s believe in the values of the party wholeheartedly, but, take a more socially progressive lean, favouring policies such as letting … Continue reading Explaining the Liberal Mess – Part Three