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Australian election result
#1
Well, there it is.
Australia rejected a right wing/marketing government.

Our people have made their views Clear.a cetntrist and smart way. Albino kept the Greens online when Labour needed them so he knows his way around minority government here.

So much for the extreme-right anti-vax fringe. They’re all losers. They’re the political equivalents of intels. And so are there sympathisers and enablers.

(23-05-2022, 03:52 PM)Ligotti Wrote: Well, there it is.
Australia rejected a right wing/marketing government.

Our people have made their views Clear. a cetntrist and smart way. Albo kept the Greens online when Labour needed them so he knows his way around minority government here.

So much for the extreme-right anti-vax fringe. They’re all losers. They’re the political equivalents of intels. And so are their sympathisers and enablers.

Ugh, sorry, I forgot what site I was on and did Reddit editing! Pls read my second entry!
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#2
Good on ya, mates. Smile
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#3
Labor are still likely to get a (bare) majority in their own right. But the main point still stands. I would expect them to be more considerate and engage with Greens/Indies when formulating policy.

After all, it wouldn’t be difficult to defeat legislation when it comes to the House. Senate results to still aren’t clear yet, that could prove even more difficult.
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#4
Does this have implications for the UK? This result was a long time coming here but I don’t get then sense from the UK.
That being said my parents live in a Tory heartland and they’re looking elsewhere because of Boris and so are their friends.

Who knows?! Haha
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#5
Depends which paper you read/who you listen to. The Times seemed to think it did/does (they’re broadly supporting the teal agenda), the Telegraph does not (they were arguing for a retread of “real Conservative active values”).

Whatever you believe, I don’t feel imposing green tariffs and taxes is appropriate during the Ukraine conflict and the massive rises in the cost of living, and inflation. Wages certainly aren’t keeping up, so prices rises affect the poorest.
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#6
Always the world’s driest continent, Australia has endured particularly prolonged drought in recent years, and inevitably gargantuan bush fires to follow. Then more severe weather in the form of torrential rain and flooding.

Australians elected Albanese who promised 40% reductions in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, rejecting a conservative coalition that still denied climate change links to severe weather. Surprise.
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#7
The composition of the Senate is going to be very important, as, unlike in many countries, it can refuse to pass the national budget (as many times as it likes, really).

As Labor will need to rely on cross bench support, that suggests environmental measures will feature heavily in the Commonwealth’s spending programmes for this term.
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#8
We have ambitions but we’re way behind the Europeans and the Brits @t their best.

I wonder what the “Australians are racist” hypocrite has to say. I wonder if that douchebag is white lol.
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#9
I think this is the main thing to remember: How our cities voted for change — but the rest of the country didn't.

Whilst I accept the result is a vote for change, it’s not entirely representative. You’ve got a large chunk of younger voters and Greenies actively voting for change (remember, voting is compulsory in Australia). Activists need to realise they’re just the vanguard.

I’m not saying the issues are trivial either. But you can’t expect an entire nation of 25 or nearly 70 million people to afford to be able to transition to net zero in just a handful (less than 10) of years.

And at the end of the day, only a relatively small number of seats have changed hands. I’ve noticed this happens a lot in Australia - state politics is full of “the government lost its majority”, when you’re talking about merely a handful of seats/few thousand votes. Small gains, easily reversed next time.
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