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 No.43787[Last 50 Posts]

Thread dedicated to the discussion of Australian politics and events.

I get that since the split the number of Australians here probably went from being counted on two hands to just one, but I figured that there should be at least a thread here that we can keep bumping.
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 No.43874

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Is the Australian left cucked?

Union membership continues to fall, and for obvious reasons; many of today's unions are run by the bourgeoise themselves, and it is basically illegal to strike. In fact unions are so scuffed in Australia that the UN is at odds with our laws on striking.

Even if Australians could properly organise would revolution even be possible? Ignoring the fact that both Labor and Liberals are pushing further right, the US has multiple military bases within the country and Australia itself is important geopolitically for the US.

Is the Australian left doomed?
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 No.43876

burger here, why do aussies shitpost so much
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 No.43917

>>43874
The CFMMEU is pretty good but vultures in the form of the Labor party and the AWU are circling to tear it apart and absorb it. No doubt they will drag the party further into the arms of coal, carbon and mining. Militancy is being undermined at every turn, reactionary media lets out its eternal banshee screech across the country, the middle class majority is comfortably complacent, along with the new Cold War slowly ramping up in both rhetoric and action. I wouldn't say that the Australian Left is doomed, but it seems like there are bad times ahead.
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 No.43939

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JUST
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 No.43945

>>43874
United States of Australia has been here for 40+ years now mate, we love Yankee cock and Seppo dick in our collective arses.
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 No.43981

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 No.44028

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>>43945
>"Australia puts a considerable amount of effort into its relationship with the United States. It maintains a well-staffed, high-powered embassy in Washington. The embassy includes a Congressional Liaison Branch that arranges meetings between infuential American politicians and visiting Australian Federal and State Cabinet Ministers, Members of Parliament, and senior officals. The objective is to enable Australian leaders to meet the US President, to get the President to take the Prime Minister’s calls, to get the Foreign Minister to meet the US Secretary of State, and to get the Australian Ambassador in Washington to interact with important people in Congress, the State Department, the Defense Department and the Treasury. Australia wants a “seat at the table”— some level of participation in the Great Power’s decision-making process. It has had very little success here. Australia remains relatively unimportant in US thinking. Only 1% of the US diplomatic cables published by WikiLeaks related to Australia. Australia’s share of the world economy is not much larger. Its population is about 0.33% of the world’s total. From March 2009 to March 2019, US President Donald Trump tweeted 37,131 times, but mentioned Australia only 31 times (and only ten times after winning the Presidential election).50 For all Australia’s efforts, he pays even less attention to Australia than the U.S. State Department does."
TLDR; no matter how hard Australia simps, it will NEVER EVER be Israel
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 No.45071

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>>45060
damn shame mods hasn't adopted it as a flag on this site
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 No.45763

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 No.45774

>>45763
not australian, explain this reference
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 No.45787

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 No.45790

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 No.45791

>>45774
Coon cheese rebranded as Cheer cheese (pretty shit name tbh) and people like my mom are annoyed because muh history.

See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coon_cheese
>The name is said to derive from the American Edward William Coon (1871–1934) of Philadelphia, who patented a method subsequently known as the Cooning process, for fast maturation of cheese via high temperature and humidity.
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 No.45795

>>43787
>I get that since the split the number of Australians here probably went from being counted on two hands to just one
don't be so pessimistic
>>35532
>asking everyone ITT. In your approximation what % of your fellow countrymen came over here? Hungarian posters are at 33% (3 out of 9).
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 No.45802

>>45790
the fact that people are that loyal to a cheese brand NAME never ceases to amaze me.
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 No.45809

>>45802
It's the 'cancel culture' symbolism, not loyalty.
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 No.45857

Australian Communist Party's online collection of historical documents.

https://www.auscp.org.au/acp-historical-doc-1
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 No.45883

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>>45857
>tfw no Humphrey McQueen pdfs to be found anywhere
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 No.46693

Cancel platform Australia: Google seriously looks at pulling out its search engine
https://www.crikey.com.au/2021/01/14/google-search-australia-cancelled/
https://web.archive.org/web/20210116012138/https://www.crikey.com.au/2021/01/14/google-search-australia-cancelled/

>Big tech is on a cancel binge. Now, the biggest of big tech, Google, seems to be seriously thinking of cancelling Australia through pulling all or part of its search engine from the country.


>It’s looking increasingly likely. The overnight news that Google is experimenting to see how its users behave when links to commercial news are buried deep in search results comes on top of a steady ramping up of the company’s rhetoric about the unworkability of the federal government’s proposed mandatary news bargaining code.


>When the government released draft legislation to give affect to the code in December, it looked like the fight between established media and new tech would be sorted through global talks between players like News Corp and The Guardian on the one hand and Google and Facebook on the other.


>Now? Maybe. Maybe not. Google’s rhetoric suggests it might be struggling to sell Australia’s news media on its offer to pay to publish stories in News Showcase. Publishers want to be paid for links in the search engine itself.


>That could take Google to Plan B: abandoning all or part of the Australian search market.


The row between Google and the Media of this country is heating up. I'm a bit cut over this, I know that this fight is mainly because the media monopolies are complaining that they can't bend the algorithm to their interests, and that they want to further fuck over the tech of this country (like they did with NBN). But at the same time it would be worrying to allow big tech get even bigger. What are your thoughts on this?
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 No.46701

>>46693
Fuck google. Australia can use other search engines.
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 No.46705

>>46693
In principle I support the news companies. In practice, who gives a shit, since any law forcing Google to give up money would just be used to prop up the dying shell that is News Corp.
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 No.46738

>>46693
>Google seems to be seriously thinking of cancelling Australia through pulling all or part of its search engine from the country.
GOOD
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 No.48124

>>45071
>normie
kek
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 No.56664

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Opinions on John Curtin, former member of the now defunct Victorian Socialist Party and PM of Australia?
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 No.57972

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Well it is that time of year again where I must ask:

Sovereignty, was it ever ceded?
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 No.58164

>>57972
Never
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 No.58242

>>57972
Nope. Imagine celebrating a day based on the genocidal actions of Brits. Either change the date, abolish australia day or better yet
abolish Australia
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 No.58290

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>>58242
If Australia was invaded, then it was conquered. Therefore sovereignty was extinguished by the act of conquest.

>>58242
Abolish your country/culture first. Then I'll consider Australia's options.
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 No.59131

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Apparently there's a rumor floating around that Blair Cottrell went to a brothel and couldn't get a root from any of the girls there. All I have to say is based if true
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 No.60170

>>43981
Every time I read a Aussie post from 4chan I can't help but wish a hundred emus invade his home and terrorize him

Ever 4cuck aussie is high on their own fart fumes. Their smugness and glee sickens me
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 No.60174

>>60170
We're on an island far away from you cunts. What's there not to be smug about?
It's no paradise but there are a few good reasons to be smug and carefree.
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 No.60177

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Just made this, what do you guys think? Anything that should be added/ removed? Should I mark out the ones with Trotskyist authors?
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 No.61009

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 No.61013

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Australia must be ready to fight its corner as Taiwan tensions rise

>In a conflict, missile stocks will rapidly deplete. If Covid-19 taught us anything, it’s that we must boost domestic production in many areas, but especially the war stocks used by the Australian Defence Force.


>Just as was the case with the F-35 joint strike fighter, a joint production effort on a range of missiles gives us access to a wide range of US (and possibly European) science and technology, cements closer alliance cooperation and makes practical military sense for our forces.


>Initial investments will focus on upgrades to the next generation of weapons already in service. The thinking is also to identify options for jointly developing new weapons including a sea-launched weapon able to hit land targets at ranges of up to 1,500 kilometres, perhaps a cruise missile.


>Rather than go to government with individual missile proposals, Defence is bundling a series of weapons into the one program. Again, this makes sense. We should look to develop the ability to fire weapons from many different types of platforms, drawing on shared technology and support systems. Could this even extend to the navy thinking about using the new long-range anti-ship missile just bought for the air force? Absolutely it should.


https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/australia-must-be-ready-to-fight-its-corner-as-taiwan-tensions-rise/
https://web.archive.org/web/20210129011006/https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/australia-must-be-ready-to-fight-its-corner-as-taiwan-tensions-rise/
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 No.61472

i read it as /anuspol.org/ lol
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 No.61890

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Yes hello, how do I get sexy-accented sanguine Aussie woman plz? :3
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 No.64739

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>>60177
Updated version as per bunkerchan req
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 No.67199

>If Anthony Albanese Steps Down Now, His Replacement Will Be Even Worse
<Australian Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese could be facing a leadership contest. Albanese’s record has been unimpressive, but changing leaders won’t be enough to turn the party’s fortunes around. Real party democracy and a break with neoliberal dogma are the only remedies for Labor’s malaise.

https://jacobinmag.com/2021/01/albanese-australian-labor-party-alp
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 No.67215

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>>67199
When will this charade of reformism and electoralism end? We need an Australian Mariátegui or Guzmán to inspire some psychos to undertake a protracted war in the Great Dividing Range (in minecraft). But of course this will never bring us closer to a working climate policy nor will it establish a right to strike in this country.
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 No.67233

>>61890
>sexy accented
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 No.69405

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQ7BQQHhRzU

Good vid on the senate motion on "far right extremism"
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 No.77310

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Are you Victorians ready for the third lockdown?
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 No.77327

>>77310
How good is the tennis? Imagine wanting to jumpstart the economy only to get the trumpet coof
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 No.77328

>>77327
Crumpet coof
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 No.77432

GIVE US THE FUCKING FLAGS YOU'VE ALREADY MADE YOU LAZY FUCKS
ITS BEEN A WHOLE MONTH.
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 No.77444

>>77432
Hear hear
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 No.77446

>>77310

kinda happy, like i get to be a degenerate again and watch twitch for 13 hours per day instead of going to vce for 6 hours
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 No.78524

How's COVID?
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 No.78530

>>77432
>>77444

This. I want my fuckin' Eureka stockade flag. While we're at it, we need to make a Ned Kelly helmet flag as well.
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 No.78633

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>>77310
/Aus/ pol's take on Dan?
To me he comes off as a boring Neolib typical of most of the Labor Party.
Not sure how much at fault he is for thos current situation because it seems like every state is doing this rarted hotel quarantine shit and the opposition can't seem to articulate an alternative beyond Dan bad.

Also who should I, as a Victorian vote for in the next elections? I really don't wanna vote Labor but the furthest left party on ballot seems to be Greens and they're pretty shit too. Any good left organisations here or are we doomed to Labor?
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 No.78650

Does anyone know of any Australian socialist media that isn't Trotskyist? Every time I want a leftist perspective on something all I get is:
>Red Flag
>Marxist-Left Review
>WSWS
>Socialist Alliance
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 No.78653

>>78633
Dan is pretty much a pro-China Blairite who has afforded some mild benefits to the Victorian working class, but obviously he is pro-business and pro-neoliberalism just as much as any Labor minister is. Also bad on ecology.


>Also who should I, as a Victorian vote for in the next elections? I really don't wanna vote Labor but the furthest left party on ballot seems to be Greens and they're pretty shit too. Any good left organisations here or are we doomed to Labor?

I don't know the answer to this question. Voting for the Greens is the closest thing you can do to a protest vote, but would you really just want anti-corruption, pro-green neoliberals? At the very least, a large portion of the union movement is connected to the Labor Party (for better or for worse). I think that one of the biggest problems for the left today is creating a genuine alternative to the Labor Party. An alternative that isn't reformist, compromising nor electoralist. But until the momentum is there idk what we can do. Go to protests, join a union, spit on an SDA representative, read Australian leftist theory, all good things to pass the time.
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 No.79532

>>78633

Think >>78653 has the most agreeable take on Andrews.

VicSocs seem like the most left-wing party participating, but really Labor and Greens are the only options.
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 No.82488

Is "Marxism Conference 2021" worth going to? Speakers don't look that interesting.

>The event will be taking place simultaneously in person in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane & Perth but will be linked up nationally and internationally for talks and discussions.
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 No.82571

>>82488
go there but don't talk to anyone there
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 No.82581

>>82488
Seems kinda retarded >>https://youtu.be/xxtt3D1eiso

but also don't see why you shouldn't go, so go.
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 No.82688

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 No.82744

>>43874
>Even if Australians could properly organise would revolution even be possible? Ignoring the fact that both Labor and Liberals are pushing further right, the US has multiple military bases within the country and Australia itself is important geopolitically for the US.
This makes me think that Australia may genuinely need like an actual Hugo Chavez to arise and to basically cloak socialism in nationalist rheteoric while also being a tough stronk military man that you cant just shoot in the head and throw out a helicopter. Who could then basically just then rain down incremental social change at gunpoint basically.

So basically some Marxist-Blanquism secret society that manages to perform like some brilliant coup that gives them control of every lever of power all at once without giving the US a Casus Beli to just invade.
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 No.90409

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-02-23/belarus-revolution-women-nina-baginskaya/13164670
Bit on the nose from the state media organ given in Straya the coppers would just pepper spray the little old lady if she was behaving like that at a protest
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 No.91873

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Good morning everyone

Bushfire money mystery: recovery funds withheld to fight the Election?
https://www.michaelwest.com.au/bushfire-money-mystery-recovery-funds-withheld-to-fight-the-election/
>No figures are publicly available for the three largest bushfire recovery funds, which account for more than 55% of the $2.73 billion the federal Coalition has promised to devastated communities. Furthermore, by the end of last year, less than half of that $2.73 billion had been spent, some $500 million less than claimed by David Littleproud, the minister in charge of the recovery effort. Is the Coalition keeping a few hundred million in its back pocket for a federal election mooted for later this year? Matt Lloyd-Cape investigates.

I'm no electoralist, but if the Labor party somehow stuff up the next election then idk where the hell Australia is heading. In between this and the Murray darling river stuff there is a troubling precedent being set - with little pushback, and soc-dems will whine and blame Murdoch and grant no responsibility to the Labor party. I bet B.A Santamaria would be proud.
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 No.98023

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Good post from the Communist Party of Australia of fb:

Shifting the blame: how a condemnation of the far right became an open attack on the left

The Australian Labor Party (ALP) put forward a Senate motion on 4th February to condemn and recognise a rising far-right in Australia. The motion made specific reference to the National Socialist Network, a far-right neo-Nazi group, as well as calling out Coalition members Craig Kelly and George Christensen for promoting several conspiracy theories related to COVID-19, vaccines and the US Capitol “coup” earlier in January.

The move would represent an important step in dealing with a growing problem that plagues Australia and countries around the world, costing many lives in the process. Of course, those of us with any insight into Australian politics will know this motion was far too good to be true. The Coalition, along with One Nation, the Centre Alliance, and independents Jacqui Lambie and Rex Patrick, had it significantly stripped and repurposed. The motion now makes no reference to the rise of the far-right, instead calling Australia “one of the most successful multicultural countries in the world” in a chauvinistic attempt to hide our severe issues with racism. All mention of Coalition members of parliament was removed, and specific reference to the contents of the dangerous far-right conspiracy theories was scrapped. Essentially all acknowledgement of the problem was taken out of the motion as a whole.

What was added is even more concerning. The motion now makes a distinct “both sides” style condemnation of extremism, arguing that the issue comes from both the far-right and the far-left. It lists anarchism and communism in the same breath as fascism, as if they have anything in common. If this is the case, where then, are these “far-left” mass shootings? Where are the “far-left” attacks on minority groups? It is easy to see that such “centrist” positions are merely used to target communists and not take responsibility for the disgusting actions they encourage. While we stand out there fighting for the rights of the downtrodden and exploited, the right commits another heinous act and calls it an issue of both sides.

During the vote for the LNP’s changes to the motion, the ALP opposed the amendments. However, when it came time to pass the amended motion, the ALP supported it, allowing it to pass without a vote. The Greens stated that, had a vote been taken, they would have voted against it.
Given the language of the initial motion, it is difficult to see how the ALP did not predict such a result in an LNP-dominated Senate. The original motion outright named Liberal politicians for their actions. For the ALP to expect any other result could only be sheer incompetence; the only alternative is that this was the intended outcome. Either way, this once again shows the ALP acting akin to a moderate wing of the LNP.

This shows an Australian right wing becoming more and more unified in their attacks on the left and the working class as a whole. It is now all the more important a task to build unity among left, working class, and progressive people, working in unity on issues held in common, and respecting differences. A divided left is not going to effectively oppose anyone but ourselves.
We must ask ourselves what it is they truly condemn when they speak of far-left extremism. Workers’ rights; anti-imperialism; climate change action? What they condemn is opposition to their capitalist lobbyists and the abusive system they uphold. It is with such actions that activities of activists become increasingly more dangerous and critical at the same time. A target is being fastened to our backs, one which justifies increasing hostilities. One which will make it easier for those with power to silence those without. One which is likely to be followed by a push for full legislation against we who fight against the capitalist system. It is in these times that we must remain firm in our opposition. The only way to overturn such repressive measures, is to ensure they do not succeed. Though they will try time and time again, our struggle will not be dulled.
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 No.101473

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The Lost World of Australian Communism
https://jacobinmag.com/2021/03/communist-party-of-australia-cpa-comrades-review

>"At its high point, the Communist Party of Australia united thousands of working-class militants in a struggle to transform the world around them. These everyday communists were brave, flawed, and sometimes heroic."


Good read if you have the time
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 No.101538

>NSW state government to lift ban on GMO farming this July 1st.
Wow POGGERZ!
Can’t wait till like some strain of GMO corn that grows to maturity in like a week or some shit breaches containment and becomes an invasive species! And we end up having to fumigate the entire countryside with roundup before the agricultural system collapses or the fucking world ends or some crazy shit.
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 No.101541

Oh and also.
>NSW State government quietly moves legislature through assembly to allow further draining of flood plains by farmers.
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 No.101596

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>>91873
>>91873
> if the Labor party somehow stuff up the next election then idk where the hell Australia is heading.
Same.
imo if the next Federal and State elections go to the LNP, it'll help me inasmuch as I'll have clear direction my efforts and preparation should go towards.
I'll also potentially look at moving away from Australia for a few years OR basically "playing by their rules" (i.e. Rorting) to fund local efforts.
If enough Australians accept things as they're going, then fuck it I'll use those same rules to fight back. lmao can't wait to set up a NFP and a few offshore shell companies.
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 No.101597

>>82744

this is litteraly why ive become a left nationalist because its the only way i think we are going to be able to sway people towards further left postions.

we do however need to look at the way people like chaves fucked up in order to not have the same mistakes.
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 No.101598

>>45060

you love to see it.
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 No.101602

>>101597
>left nationalist
yikes I'm not so sure that is the best action to take, it'd be easily co-opted which is what seems to happen often enough.
>>101538
>Can’t wait till like some strain of GMO corn that grows to maturity in like a week or some shit breaches containment and becomes an invasive species!
Imagine not wanting to literally protect the environment by making crops more effective for the inevitable climate ballsup smh
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 No.101603

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 No.101606

>>101602
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i say this mostly to signal towards patriotic sentiments that i think can be really good ways to get into touch with some working people who have supplanted class consciousness with some version of national identity.

i see your concern but i dont base my nationalism around an ethnic or imperialist sentiment more so trying to create a more positive patriotism.
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 No.101615

>>101606
Hmmm. Well perhaps test it locally, like just drop hints in conversations and see what the reactions are.
>>101603
wtf, how? Did they come in or some shit?
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 No.101618

>>101603
Do you work at the gallery? This is pretty vanilla considering the BLM stuff but its hits the notes which makes Facebook boomers shit themselves.
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 No.101620

>>101615
its gone well with the people i know personally but that says alot more probably about the people i know than maybe the strength of these arguments but i think i could be effective
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 No.101624

>>101618
>>101615

so ill tell you the story. not going to dox myself here but ill give you the general gist.

>be me

>working at the gallery checking peoples covid sign in shit so that they are doing it correctly and helping boomers who barely even know what a QR code is.
>start work hearing about this controversy boss tells us that there is a bunch of people posting online about it and several hundred people who have signed it.
>i go outside we haven't opened yet we still have half an hour till we do but im just out there to help people do their QR codes before hand
>first people i see are two uniformed QPS officers who come up to the doors demanding to come in and see the helmet
>no you have to sign in first and we dont open till 10
>after they sign in they proceeded to just head straight in despite me explicitly saying we arent open
>i tell them again that we arent open and they cant come in they have to wait.
>they give me some weird looks and move on they dont end up coming in.
>rest of the day tho we have the Police union representative channel 7 and a bunch of cops who park their bikes right where our entry and exit is blocking access in and out of the gallery so our boss has to come out and tell them to move.

>the rest of he day im on the phones getting calls from retired police officers and other sky news watching retards telling me we are a bunch of BLM commies who deserve to be thrown in jail and we even get a threat that someone is going to walk in and smash the glass its held behind to go and take it.



so tldr a buch of uniformed cops rock up to harass an art gallery over a dumb fucking helment thats been there already for like 4 fucking months lol
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 No.101626


>>101618
go check out Pauline hansons post about it she actually gets the location wrong and says its at the museum lol
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 No.101634

>>101624
>>101626
>t…they have a veryy dangerous and demanding job!!11!
>have time to fuck around at a museum
they obvs miss the good ol days where they hunted Aboriginals like dogs, good job at keeping them away
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 No.101639

>>101634

or back to the old Joh days where they made lists of Jews and communists

https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/inside-queenslands-spy-unit-20100406-rpbg.html
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 No.101675

Dont worry comrades Xi will liberate you from being an american satellite state.
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 No.101682

>>101675


>Xi will liberate you from being an american satellite state.


cant wait to be a Chinese satellite state
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 No.101688

>>101682
More like comrades in arms against american imperialism. Best of luck that this happens.
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 No.102515

>>101596
>Thinking of moving.
This is mainly a LARP i roll around in my head occasionally but iv'e always imagined the idea of taking some french classes and finding a job as like a bartender in like New Caledonia or some shit since i have my RSA/RG if the libs fuck things up to much.
From there i would go HARD for the Caledonian section of the French communist party / SP / Independence party . and try to help independence efforts / based shit etc. and then I'd just keep shitposting online like "Lol so PM-Cormann just legalised 24 hour back to back shifts and banned unions? Sounds pretty shit bet you guys wish you were here in paradise with me!"
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 No.102561

File: 1614750504141.jpg (198.62 KB, 862x575, 3043c9088aca622dbb04367088….jpg)

Porters having a sob and taking leave without stepping down, thoughts?

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-03-03/christian-porter-denies-historical-rape-allegation/13206972
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 No.104796

>>>/b/15817
EUREKA FLAG TESTED ON /b/

IT'S HAPPENING
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 No.104799

>>104796
It's already here brother

we did it reddit
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 No.104971

File: 1614912423312.jpeg (33.26 KB, 500x357, eurekastockade.jpeg)

lads…
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 No.104979

File: 1614912748052.jpg (434.22 KB, 2667x877, 180206 eureka flag souther….jpg)

>>104971
we vibin
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 No.105052

I BELONG
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 No.105057

>>105052
YOU BELONG
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 No.105066

File: 1614918560900.png (116.34 KB, 460x243, pigironbob.png)

WE BELONG
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 No.105096

>>105066
TO THE UNIOOOONN
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 No.105099

All we need is a Ned Kelly helmet, and we'll be right.
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 No.105301

AAAAAA IM EUREKA CROSSING
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 No.107179

File: 1615075574947.jpg (9.29 KB, 508x508, 1601337255375.jpg)

>>107175
>In a later panel discussion, Mr Iles joked that his father often said “we need a good war” to sort this out and “there’s a little bit of truth in that”, because society would not be so concerned about climate change or gender identity if we were at war with China.

>Mr Pellowe then interjected: “We’re not advocating violence or revolution … today.” Mr Iles added: “Not yet, that’s down the line.”
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 No.107340

File: 1615101871338.jpg (88.64 KB, 739x574, sdatfu.jpg)

tfu tfu

https://raffwu.org.au/opposing-casualisation-of-part-time-work-in-retail/?fbclid=IwAR2K0UWI5R3JnHdisWxAuRWeok9kDp1bEbZqNY3GU60MrVQs1DFqR6EIla4
Opposing Casualisation of Part-Time Work in Retail
>On 1 March 2021 the SDA was exposed as secretly negotiating a scheme to undermine part-time employment and part-time additional hours in retail workplaces (not including pharmacies, service stations or fast food.) The changes would mean an employer could only offer additional hours to part-time workers who agree to a special scheme which means all the additional hours are rostered each week whenever the employer wants, with no right to refuse a shift, no right to exit the scheme, no casual loading, no overtime rates and a measly 9 hour contracted base. Right now hundreds of thousands of part-time workers agree to work additional shifts that suit them – but this smashes all that. Every additional shift could be offered only to workers who agree to being forced to work any shift which gets rostered no matter their family commitments, carer commitments, study commitments or transport arrangements. This attack by SDA targets the low paid, women and the vulnerable who rely on additional hours to put food on the table and a roof over their head. If you want job security, a fair wage and the right to have control over your hours then be sure to complete our survey below.
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 No.107525

>>107340
How the fuck does the SDA still manage to trick people into thinking they give a fuck?
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 No.109464

So im driving to the servo today and i hear on the radio
>"ITS THE GAME THAT MOST OF YOU PLAYED AS KIDS…BUT SOME OF YOU NEVER STOPPED…ULTIMATE TAG…WATCH EVERYONES FAVOURITE GAME ON 7 TONIGHT."
Like i know that infantilization of culture has been ongoing for a while but what the actual fuck lmao.
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 No.109476

>>109464
All Australian television is living in some kind of cultural stasis, I was at a pub and I caught a glimpse of one of the new mini golfing shows and I could barely even look at it. Music is much of the same, and I don't think this is an elitist position but there is a real emptiness there. What hauntology does to a mf
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 No.109479

>>107525
i've heard that they bribe people with pizza discounts and other shit like that. I keep on telling people that they're better off going to church and praying to God for better wages than joining the SDA
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 No.109910

>>109476
>>109464
Australian shows are cheap and shit because of the government policy to have X% of locally produced shows.
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 No.110532

>>109910
But other Anon is right that there does seem to be a genuine cultural Hauntology of some sort where every show is either some 90's esque game show, A 4 da kidz like Neighbourhoods or 90210 ripoff with like extra level actors playing the main roles. etc.
I think you could honestly chalk it up to the fact that pretty much no-one but boomers and actual under-10 year old children actually bother to watch TV anymore so they've basically stopped trying and are just making it a mix of colour and noise and nostalgia.
Plus all Aus TV channels are owned by like 3 companies so theres no cultural innovation since 30% of the audience is constantly split between the three networks channels.
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 No.110533

>>110532
>>109910
And also policies that say "Channels must produce and show x amount of local shows" legit produced some of the best cartoons of the 90s and early 2000s (especially coming out canada) because as part of that policy they actually supported people willing to do new things
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 No.110605

They attempted to Epstein andrews because he tried to liberate Australia of american influence by joining the OBOR initiate.
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 No.110624

>>110605
wouldn't be surprised if I'm being honest
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 No.114630

File: 1615543428897.mp4 (21.75 MB, 960x540, Jordies Shorten.mp4)

Dishonest question from Jordies about the Prices and Incomes accord followed by a canned Labor response from Shorten. Take note lads, I don't want to be pessimistic, but there will inevitably self-styled "leftists" who full-throatedly take on this narrative.

https://overland.org.au/2019/04/taking-back-worker-power-elizabeth-humphrys-how-labour-built-neoliberalism/
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 No.114691

>>114630
I can't tell how much of Shanks's shtick is genuine ignorance and how much is intentionally dishonest.
TBH I think he's just a genuine dumbass.
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 No.114695

>>114691
Its hard to tell really, I'd like to think that he's smart enough to know what he's talking about (and he does have a team backing him) but he says stupid shit like how Australian communists back in the day are equivalent to the Greens today

Speaking of Australian communists, Jack Mundey's funeral happened a couple days ago so here's the livestream:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaJSyAbU8lc
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 No.114713

>>114630
Not to be a conspiracytard but is this like the same as the "Breadtube is a CIA operation"
Like why the fuck is this guy suddenly like the ALP's main spokesman?

But he's still honestly better then "Breadtube" since he's just honest that he's a Fabian and believes in just social-democratic pragmatism and not marxism.
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 No.114722

>>114713
He's been at it a while, he made a vid that was sponsored by the ACTU back in 2016
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 No.114733

>>114713
>>114722
Its natural that anyone in his position would gradually drift toward being co-opted, and becoming friends with the politicians and go soft on them

breadtube - breadtube is suspicious and pretends to be radical left while slyly promoting views which help the CIA
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 No.114736

>>109476
If there was no local content quota you would only be watching Amerilard trash.

IMO Aus TV is trash because the TV bosses only buy shows written by their friends. Almost every Austard TV show on commercial channels is about a wealthy white man living near the beach

Amerilard TV is also declined in quality so its not like removing the local quota would improve your TV experience
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 No.114737

>>114733
over time Jordies may end up joining MSM
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 No.114752

>>114733
>breadtube - breadtube is suspicious and pretends to be radical left while slyly promoting views which help the CIA
This amounts to nothing suspicious, just that the americans have a hegemonic view of history that they have successfully exported. It is a win for the CIA but it isn't suspicious that YT people have internalized the propaganda any more so than it is your mother or cousin might have internalized Murdochs social conservative and anti-left values.
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 No.114765

>>114752
>mericans have a hegemonic view of history that they have successfully exported
Could you expand
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 No.117932

File: 1615678763022-0.jpg (98.1 KB, 640x1351, 159383361_3703117799737096….jpg)

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 No.117959

Do Australians say ello guvna ello chap ello ol boy innit?
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 No.117960

>>117959
No but there are some British-accented Australians floating around the joint
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 No.117964

>>117960
Yeah, Australia is a favourite expat destination for middle class brits; young and old. Also nurses, know a lot of nurses that do a year or two stint in aus after graduating.
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 No.118142

https://youtu.be/VhXr4d8n21Q
>THE LEFT DOWN UNDER! (feat. Comrade Freaky & David Fox)
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 No.118186

File: 1615686438629.jpeg (33.2 KB, 480x376, hochiminhgreading.jpeg)

>>117932
What is the reason for this McGowan demolition? Yes, everyone knew that WA Labor were going to win, but the absolute domination shown seems, as many pundits have repeatedly uttered, unexpected.
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 No.118548

Mr McGowan cross the rubicon. Declare the people’s republic of (west) Australia.
The people will support you
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 No.119772

You've got to love when the elite are able to single out like one guy as a rapist peado and everyone changes their profile pic to the women symbol and puts #MeToo in their bio.
But now that basically in the Australian government is having people come forward accusing them of rape SUDDENLY.
>"WE CANT JUST TAKE PEOPLES ACCUSATIONS AS FACT1!!!!!!111!!!"
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 No.119783

File: 1615774886294.jpg (38.7 KB, 750x864, 1263d2252106e018f6366abcb4….jpg)

>>119772
Now payed leave Porter is suing for deformation jeezus christos
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 No.119850

File: 1615777086021.jpg (44.34 KB, 1446x287, WokeLiberals.JPG)

>"YOU LOST BECAUSE YOU DIDN'T SCREAM ABOUT MUH MUDSLIMES AND CHINKS AND LIBTARDS WELL ENOUGH!!!!1111!!!!! FAILURE! GET OUT OF MY SITE!!!!!!"

It sorta is true though. This guy looks like the soiboi meme. McGowan is a NeoLib Ghoul but he actually still has an air of masculinity and professionalism about him
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 No.119914

Ok. Last of the posts im gonna make about WA.

Just look at the electoral map. those two tiny dots (Vasse which at the last census had like 70 people living there and Cottesloe which is just this middle class hipster shithole basically) are the only places that voted lib.

Without peoples minds being filled with spooks and beamed with propaganda 24/7 and being introduced to something more "material" that like "overcomes" that, these are the only people who ever would support Libs THAT IS their entire vooting base.

Those who are just so old and fucked up and in the past they think their voting for Harold Holt for the PM'ship or something and the middle class urbanite elite
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 No.120020

File: 1615788188624.jpg (17.77 KB, 502x456, 1p4p20gkb4v41.jpg)

Scomo on the womens marches today:
>"This is a vibrant liberal democracy, Mr Speaker, not far from here, even now, are being met with bullets, but not here in this country, Mr. Speaker."

really out here making implied threats to marches against rape

https://twitter.com/naveenjrazik/status/1371304257039691780
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 No.120023

Shouldnt this be moved to /b/? Australia dosent exist, fanfiction shouldnt be permitted
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 No.120040

>>120020
fookin' 'ell
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 No.120048

>>120023
Alternative History General offshoots are /leftypol/ content.
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 No.124626

File: 1616026247275-0.png (742.36 KB, 1180x699, drew.PNG)

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 No.125148

>Victorian Liberal members who backed Battin in failed leadership spill step down.
Can we get a "Who must go?" But for daniel andrews?
Like seriously if Lib's were like even SLIGHTLY competent they would have found some weird victorian era law that let them do a no confidence voot because Dandrews has been in hospital for two weeks or something.
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 No.125155

File: 1616069510099.jpg (135.81 KB, 894x1000, 604CA7DB-9A4C-4BC0-AD2B-E2….jpg)

>>125148
Dan is the sun that never sets
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 No.127742

File: 1616197971442.jpg (122.84 KB, 600x786, 670.jpg)

High speed rail pls it would be so fucking easy my god
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 No.127745

>>127742
I mean to get to Melbourne from Canberra you have to take a bus(!) and then get on a train at the border. Canberra is already a miserable car-orientated city (fucking 40s city planners)
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 No.127860

>>127742
You will never get high speed rail
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 No.127866

>>127860
not if i can help it
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 No.127874

Is the high speed rail party running in next election?
>>127866
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 No.128167

File: 1616237426751-0.mp4 (13.27 MB, 960x540, Aus and US in South China ….mp4)

File: 1616237426751-1.mp4 (9.77 MB, 960x540, How will the Australian Go….mp4)

File: 1616237426751-2.mp4 (28.37 MB, 960x540, Why can't Australia be lik….mp4)

File: 1616237426751-3.mp4 (8.88 MB, 960x540, Will Aus wed itself to US ….mp4)

Decided to cut a few clips from this lecture by Clinton Fernandes:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fek56p46A8

Let me know if these are helpful
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 No.128173

>>128167
What Solomon Islands coup is he talking about?
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 No.128179

File: 1616239693597.jpg (74.96 KB, 1222x478, solomon.jpg)

>>128173
Not quite sure but the deposition of PM Manasseh Sogavare does smell a bit fishy
>"On 7 November 2017, seventeen members of his Democratic Coalition for Change voted against him in another motion of no-confidence. The lawmaker who submitted the motion of no confidence, Derek Sikua, claimed that Sogavere had lost touch with reality and become fixated on conspiracy theories, while Sogavere attributed the defections to a proposed anti-graft bill, saying that some MPs were afraid it would lead to them being imprisoned. Sogavere remained as Acting Prime Minister until Rick Houenipwela was elected on 15 November 2017."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manasseh_Sogavare#Prime_Minister_(2014%E2%80%932017)

And then he was re-elected in 2019

I would probably need more info but it make sense. pro-china pm deposed in 2017 because he was indulging in "conspiracy theories" -> Huawei deal scrapped 2018
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 No.128842

So mates have the septics weakened enough we can resume our friendship w/ best korea reckon?
Yeah nah?
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 No.128901

>>128842
No way jose, as much as I want the DPRK to step out onto the world stage, we go where America goes, and the relationship between them is frosty. I don't think there'd be much contact in the near future
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 No.128929

>>128901
>we go where America goes
That's contingent on their ability to threaten and coerce us at this point, aligning with the sick man of the world is not in the national interest
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 No.130639

File: 1616399818069-0.jpg (21.6 KB, 277x366, ben shapiro stealing AOC's….jpg)

File: 1616399818069-1.png (213.53 KB, 657x413, OH GOD OH GOD.png)

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA OH WOW
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 No.130640

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 No.130642

>>130640
Not the same anon.
Female Lib's staffer is saying the guy in the photo on the left (whoever he may be) Jerked off then wiped his cum all over the top of her desk then sent her vids and a photo of him doing it after she had worked at it for the day and eaten lunch.

Second photo is from another story where some other Lib staffers apparently hired barely legal rent boys and would get pissed / high while fucking them in the parliament house chapel.

Actual monkey's, reatrds and schizo's dont do this kind of shit what the actual fuck.
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 No.130643

>>130640
News broke, staffers doing lewd acts in Parliament House.

Video (Channel 10 news)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwt_aM1a4kc
TL;DR
>images and videos of senior 'conservative' government staff performing sex acts on the desk of a female MP
>staff regularly using prayer room for sex
>bringing sex workers in
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 No.130646

File: 1616400645389.jpg (11.23 KB, 500x275, 1615084729866.jpg)

>>130639
Wtf these creatures are beyond foul
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 No.130747

I'm reaching the end of my rope with these pigs.
Every time I think, ok this is it, it's not like all the psycho shit I think happens actually happens - oh look, it's revealed I'm not nuts.
Fuck these awful cunts
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 No.131916

File: 1616460732763-0.mp4 (742.69 KB, 490x270, JspU83XAAsn5-LTG.mp4)

File: 1616460732763-1.gif (469.82 KB, 200x200, 945Us.gif)

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 No.132023

If Labor actually fails to win a majority in both the house and senate this next election cycle plus at least one or two state legislatures im convinced that Labor are LITERALLY controlled opposition in like the Egyptian election sense or there is actual rigging going on like ballots being burned in the dumpsters out back.
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 No.132034

File: 1616464346951.jpg (175.4 KB, 531x700, RallyNuremburg.jpg)

>>131916
>POV : You attended any event held by the australian croatian community
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 No.132049

>>131916
Real Titoist Thatcherist hours
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 No.132418

File: 1616477611677.jpg (72.83 KB, 887x1097, 845fe8dd39a9a198bb83b71c91….jpg)

>>131916
>nazism has its origins in communism
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 No.132618

>>131916
>unironic horse-shoe theory level bullshit

holy fucking shit
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 No.132623

>>132618
the head of ASIO agrees too, bad times ahead
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 No.132628

>>132418
Technically true, but not in the sense that the hag in the video means
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 No.134162

>Treasury admits that less then 700 young Australians were employed by “JobMaker” scheme with most of those employed being so for casual work camping at 10 hours a week.
The cracks widen.
This is a doomed country.
We’ve literally pissed away ab entire generation of productivity.
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 No.134163

>>134162
2020s is gonna be the catch-up decade for us I reckon
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 No.135852

>Treasury admitting 400,000 people will be out of a job by the end of April with who knows how many more having their hours cut etc.
>Government rolling out the "cashless welfare card" which independent studies have shown DOES NOT FUCKING WORK and will LITERALLY MAKE PEOPLE HOMELESS WHO OTHERWISE WOULD NOT BE IF THEY JUST HAD THE REGULAR DOLE.
>Only 608 jobs for young people created with all their gay schemes. mostly just 9 hours a week stocking shelves or pushing trolley's or some gay shit.
>Every day a new MP or person with hidden influence in government turns out to either be a genuine capital D-Generate, Rapist or Paedo.
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 No.135858

>>135852
2029 Jokerfication of australia babyyy
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 No.135883

>Everyone else reacting to this whistleblower talking about people having sex in parliament.
>"OMG WOW SO GROSS"
>Me focusing in on the part of the conversation where he mentions secret rooms and passages inside parliament.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aq2w_Zm2K3c

What is it with elite sex rings and building tunnels?
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 No.135893

File: 1616639078447.mp3 (7.92 MB, you_d-never-guess-STEREO-M….mp3)

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 No.135896

>>131916
>>132623
t'was a good run
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 No.137907

File: 1616724552525.png (185.36 KB, 501x450, le aussie pol face aloe .png)

interesting read:

https://www.theage.com.au/national/us-neo-nazi-group-recruits-young-australians-secret-recordings-reveal-20210324-p57dqh.html

US neo-Nazi group recruits young Australians, secret recordings reveal

>American white supremacist group, The Base, which encourages the collapse of liberal democratic governments, is recruiting neo-Nazis in Australia and has appointed a local leader who planned to launch a propaganda campaign in front of Federal Parliament House.


>A cache of leaked audio recordings and internal files gives an unprecedented insight into the white supremacist group’s nascent Australian operation. The recordings are of interviews in which local applicants are vetted for membership, and they include at least three men expressing support for the New Zealand mosque massacres.


>The Australians who have attempted to join The Base include former federal One Nation candidate Dean Smith and Grant Fuller, a self-professed leader of The Lads Society, one of the country’s biggest neo-Nazi groups.


>In the United States, several members of The Base have been arrested by the FBI for plotting acts of violence or vandalising synagogues, while the group has been proscribed in Canada as a terrorist organisation.
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 No.137913

>>137907
ik the base was spooking everyone out but did they ever actually do anything or was it entirely larp?
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 No.137919

File: 1616724953421.jpg (21.75 KB, 1173x57, snip.jpg)

>>137913
nothing apart from some vandalism it seems:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Base_(hate_group)
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 No.137958

>>137907
The Base is an FBI operation, They encouraged a bunch of their retarded members to show up to a rally in like virginia or whatever with pipe-bombs and guns and arrested all of them.
If they have the organisation + resources to operate in aus as well that just means its probably literally a FIVE EYES / ASIO-FBI coordinated entrapment basically
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 No.137992

>>137919
this is why you don't try to recruit NEETs and organize over fedcord. sad!
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 No.138265

>Leaked gov docs show Morrison government planning major cuts to NDIS that according to their own estimates would "make the scheme "Severely underfunded and effectively end the scheme"
>Over 400,000 Australians are somehow reliant on the NDIS.
https://www.thesaturdaypaper.com.au/thebriefing/max-opray/2021/03/26/coalition-floats-major-cuts-ndis

Their literally going harder and harder with the (Neo)Liberalism every single fucking day at this point. Are they just hoping to collapse the country into an open city state / great reset / corptocracy before the next general?
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 No.138556

>>135852
>>134162
link to Treasury's data i.e. source please
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 No.138559

>>138265
I just don't get why neoliberalism is so obsessed with competition for the sake of competition?
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 No.138561

>https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-03-26/tasmania-state-election-announcement/100022084
>Premier Peter Gutwein calls Tasmanian state election for May 1
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 No.140259

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 No.141325

>>141314
Please don't talk about Sydney like that.
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 No.144128

Actually got called a "CCP shill" the other day by some Libtard who got mad at me when i pointed out that the usual lib line of "WHaTs ThE pOiNt Of BeInG eNvIrOmEnTaLiSt WhEn cHiNa MuH cOaL PlAnTs????? XD" Is a literal lie on account of China not having had built Coal and gas fired plants for fucking years at this point and that India the government of which the libs explicitly support DOES still continue to build them.
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 No.144158

https://www.betootaadvocate.com/uncategorized/following-orders-111/
“I Was Just Following Orders,” Says Daytime Sky News Employee At The 2056 Bundaberg Trials

Kino Betoota post

>At the conclusion of the Australian Civil War in 2055, the Bundaberg Trials were conducted in part with the cooperation between the Free Australian State, their allies and the UN International Court of Justice.

>The conflict, which began in 2049 when the 89-year-old West Australian President Troy Buswell ordered the extra-judicial killing of Eastern loyalists in a camp close to the Northern Territory border, triggered a domino of separatist movements that saw Australia fracture into dozens of semi-autonomous regions and states.
>Hundreds of thousands of Australians died in the war and with the invention of time travel in 2053, reporting on the conflict in contemporary journalism has been made possible.
>It lasted until the surrender of the last Commonwealth separatists in the Snowy Mountains, led by Sydney warlord Jack Vidgen who himself was convicted and sentenced to death for the brutal extra-judicial killing of Lime Cordiale during the 2054 Battle of Careel Bay.
>Prosecutors have argued, however, that the roots of conflict can be traced back to the campaign of disinformation led by Sky News during the housing bubble bursting in 2023.
>In response to that, all living employees of Sky News were arrested in 2055 and placed under a house arrest until trial.
>One of them being Hunter Coulder, who worked as a Sky News business presenter in 2030.
>“I was only following my orders,” he told the court.
>“We had a job to do and if I didn’t do it. I’d be fired. I had a mortgage to pay, the employment rate was nearly 25%,”
>“I was only doing what I was told to do.”
>Hunter was found guilty of high treason and ordered to spend 30 years in the Norfolk Island Re-Education Zone.
>More to come.
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 No.144159

I know that Albanese's whole "Reindustrialise Australia / Rebuild Australia" shit is 99% some like third-way technocrat garbage but i wish it wasn't.


I dont want to dox myself but i live near what used to be a MASSIVE industrial area in NSW. If you took this skeleton of a great beast nationalised it, turned it into a SOE, Completely renovated and rebuilt it to be as efficient as possible gave everyone full time jobs with 10 hours shifts working around the clock it would give me the biggest brutalist boner on planet earth
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 No.144464

>>144159
>took this skeleton of a great beast nationalised it, turned it into a SOE, Completely renovated and rebuilt it to be as efficient as possible gave everyone full time jobs with 10 hours shifts working around the clock
i'm starting to think most internet "socialists" are utopians at best, and literal retarded babies at worst who would have been killed in any fascist/aes state for being disabled/saboteurs, and capitalism is being merciful in keeping you shits alive in the first world
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 No.144490

>>144464
Are you having a stroke there mate
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 No.144732

>>144158
W-what happened to Tas?
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 No.144850

>>144158
>West Australian president.
What is /aus/pol's opinion on regionalistfags btw?
If WA sperged out enough and actually went full australian divorce mode what would you guy's stance on it be?
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 No.145772

>>101682
Not sure if trolling or retarded
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 No.145808

>>144850
They'd probably be more cozy to China if they broke off, I would guess easterners (as in east Aus) would probably shit themselves due to the mineral wealth in W.A. All in all it would be a good laugh
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 No.146193

>Look up the ALP conference on youtube to watch the S*CIAL f*cST cringe.
>Albanese, Gillard and Shorten unironically chanting "Build Back Better"
Welp time to spoil my ballet by vooting for whichever trot or funny maymay party is on it again.
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 No.146209

>>146193
Davos, Boris Johnson and Biden are all saying this shit. Have the cappies just given up in their branding?
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 No.146217

>>146209
Soviet 5 year plan agitprop posters w/ that slogan would be a good detournament
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 No.146244

I was talking to my friend the other day who may be like one of the only 10 people who unironically preference the LibDems and apparently they've embraced as part of their platform the idea of the regional parts of NSW, Vic and Queensland splitting into New states and just "Leaving Labor the big cities on the Coastline"

I cant wait till sydney, Wollongong Melbourne and Brisbane are swamped with all the escaped "Voluntary Contracted indentured servants" fleeing their masters and disabled people escaping the sterilisation programs or whatever the fuck a Libs-National-LibDem supermajority gov would look like.
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 No.146291

I few like starting a tutoring/cram school in Sydney where I get paid a silver coin (Plato's obol ) to teach HSC topics, but is also a front for me to spread anti-Confucianism, tankie ideals to them, in particular other Asians who are some of the most gusano shit I had to deal with in high school. Thoughts?
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 No.146320

>>146291
Do it but HSC is torture
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 No.146322

>>144850
>>145808
WA is the most retarded state and they pissed all the mineral royalties on stadiums and are now once again dependent on subsidies from the east
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 No.146336

>>146291
BREAKING NEWS: COMMUNIST CHINESE PROPAGANDA IN ASIAN TUTORING CENTERS
sounds fun also no
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 No.146337

>>146322
Yeah but at least they owned the Libs (LNP)
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 No.146351

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 No.146354

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 No.146375

>>124626

dengoid cope. drew is based.
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 No.146378

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>>146375
not even close, he is one of the most cringe mfs in this country
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 No.146447

>>145803
Ripe for syndicalism
based
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 No.146601

>>146375
At best Drew is borderline retarded useful idiot who enjoys sucking septo’s cock for free.

More likely he’s a narcissist careerist/opportunist and cynic who doesn’t actually believe in anything & motivates by careerism/drive for narcissistic supply but is too dumb to understand that he’s sabotaging his future career prospects in the long term.

Later is almost certainly correct. Guy gives off textbook narcissist/grifter vibes - wouldn’t be surprised if he’s an outright state intelligence asset.
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 No.146615

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>>146193
Loved watching the man himself go two minutes over time
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 No.147539

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Thoughts on the AUWU? To be honest I thought they'd fizzle out but they still seem to be hanging on and gaining a bit of popularity
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 No.147936

>>147539
Some branches are good.
Other implode on the regular.
It's not part of the ACTU.
But does seem to be getting support from some other unions and even, amazingly, Labor Left.
It's literally free to join, so what do you expect really?
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 No.150373

>Australian government pushing to require 100 points of identification (AKA : A drivers licence and/or an ID card and/or a passport and/or a birth cert) in order for individuals to sign up for ANY social-media account. Would require them to use their FULL WRITTEN NAME in any field requiring a username or name of the user. Claims this will help reduce cyberbullying and domestic violence.
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 No.150376

>>150373
No more shitposting boys, pack it up
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 No.150407

https://www.reddit.com/r/AustralianPolitics/comments/mh3fov/labor_party_staffer_arrested_on_child_sex_abuse/

Lel, "Voot Labor no mater wat" tards coping and seething that our Angloid caste of politicans are all filth that deserve wall.
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 No.150443

The only reason the media has suddenly stopped treating Scott Morrison like "Everyones heckin daggy dad!" and he's now suddenly just a bumbling Nincompoop retard who should be spill motioned is obviously not because of this 'womens rights' shit or a guy jerking off in parliament.

Its probably exactly the same as the fall of turnbull which is just theres some sort of bill that the collective Australian porky either wants passed or wants to kill (Which the general public may not even know of its existence yet) but because the Libs have informally splintered into so many little cliques and factions its basically impossible for Morrison to wrangle enough voots since if he gets Clique leader A and his 5 MP's who are like lunch mates with him to voot for something Clique leader B with his 6 MP's just sperg out and threaten to go the crossbench and he's right back where he started.
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 No.150450

>>150443
Jordies is huffing the hopium and saying that Murdoch will side with Albo lol
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 No.150469

>>150450
I hate that so much when he says that. The entire reason why "Murdoch sided with Hawke and keating" and "He may side with Albo! Poggers! epic!" is not because fucking "Oh the Libs are just so fucking bad even Murdoch wants to save himself from being associated with them"
Its because Hawke, Keating and fucking Albo are like the most Blairoid people in the entire fucking ALP. Hawke literally went out his way to fuck member owned and cooperative business's while pretending to be this union-heavy far leftist.
There was literally a segment at the ALP conference a week back where it was like "WOW KEIR STARMER AND JUSTIN TRUDEAU SENDING REGARDS TO THE ALP??? POGGERS!!!"

Like i side the only reason the media ever turns against the Lib-Nats is when one of their leaders is literally just not viable to run government anymore and they need an excuse to get rid of him (Like they cant just spill motion him for literally NO reason and they CANT have the embarrassment of him trying to get like the yearly spending bill passed it failing and him getting no confidence motioned and like Sky News having to announce to rural/queensland retard australia "The Lib-Nats have collapsed and the nation is now doomed to be run by the Labor-Greenie communist chinese. Australia is lost. we have failed…")
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 No.150481

>>150469
He really is just a propogandist, that's it. But people treat him as the sole political theorist in Australia.

Also something that really gets me is when people blame murdoch for everything, he is the almighty scapegoat in this country for the left. Not even Fox news cops the amount of political blame that Newscorp does in this country.
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 No.150485

>>150481
>Also something that really gets me is when people blame murdoch for everything, he is the almighty scapegoat in this country for the left. Not even Fox news cops the amount of political blame that Newscorp does in this country.
This is hitting the nail on the head.
Like if your dealing with someone's who's like actually fucked up enough they voluntarily spend their spare time watching Sky News and reading "the Australian" articles or something then guess what! They weren't gonna voot labor anyway! Even if Rupert Murdoch was never born and Newscorp never existed they would just be reading the "Rural-Queensland-Shithole Post" published by some other porkie which would say basically the exact same things as murdoch did anyway.

I cant help thinking that Labor stans / loyalists have a genuine persecution complex where they think the only reason they dont total majority's every election is because of this gigantic deep-state'esque conspiracy against them involving everyone from Rupert Murdoch to the Lib-Nats to the fucking Greens etc
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 No.150499

Libs are going to win in Tasmania
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 No.150502

Anyway other two stories of the day that are interesting to me.

>Labor puts in their manifesto that they will recognise Palestine. (Probably lying lets be honest but it was Wong who supported it so sorta based)

>Sky news brings on the Israeli Ambassador and the leader of the "Australian-Jewish Community" to say the ALP are like the Nazi party now.

>Turnbull gets made special whateverperson for environment in NSW

>Makes an ACTUALLY LIBERAL ARGUEMENT against further coal mining (Its not profitable, Will be redundant in a few more years max, etc)
>Boomerbook and twitter retards.
>"Turnbull is Labor plant that is why Labor barely fought back when he Prime Minister cuz he is really one them this is plot to tear NSW coalition apart by making him write things for Glady's that no one wants and Nationals cant vote for or they will lose their voters. Glady's! dump him! dont trust him!
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 No.150525

Real talk bros i sometimes go back on Jordies channel and watch the Mike Baird / Campbell Newman era videos on the libs and remember just how awful they were and think how in the living fuck people voted for them.
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 No.151706

>>150502
I love how a anctual Liberal like Turncoat gets roasted.
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 No.159909

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Freed academic from Iran is a huge israel fan
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 No.160739

>>159909
Israeli spy
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 No.160740

Sir Prince Phillip, Knight of Australia, is dead
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 No.160763

>>160740
who gives a fuck
were a monarchy like russia is a democracy
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 No.160769

this brings back many hilarious memories
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 No.160888

>>150485
>Even if Rupert Murdoch was never born and Newscorp never existed they would just be reading the "Rural-Queensland-Shithole Post" published by some other porkie which would say basically the exact same things as murdoch did anyway.
As opposed to right now where apolitical swing voters in Queensland have a choice in what newspaper company they'll get their news from.
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 No.160931

>>147539
They seem highly LARPy and ineffectual. I spoke to some members and it made me want to pull my fingernails out.
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 No.160932

>>137913
They attempted multiple campaigns of terrorism and after the organizers of the events had the full name, picture and address of the would-be participants, they were all mysteriously raided and jailed. It's not LARP like Atomwaffen, it's a fed op through and through.
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 No.160933

>>131916
>crikey
shit site lol
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 No.160939

>>98023
>after eleven years of unconditionally supporting whatever moral panic the bourgeois state throws up, our communist parties are finally realising they were directed against them too
not sure if this is a step forward but this is good.
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 No.162059

>>160931
How so? Like they don't organise anything?
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 No.164535

>>137919 pic:
9GAG ARMY but irl
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 No.164607

>Jordies name dropping Parenti in new video.
>RadLibs are causing the fall of the west.
>"Imagine how fucked it is that some people actually think this is news, its literally claiming the solution to not having a JOB a SHIT ECONOMY and ECOLOGICAL disaster is RUBBING MAGIC CRYSTALS INTO YOUR VAGINA!"
Menshevik slowly turning from pink to red?
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 No.164622

>>164607
Doubt Jordies would call himself one as he refuses to label himself. But I for one welcome the rise of Comrade Shanks.
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 No.168920

Did yous all see the communist twerking dance group at the unavailing of a new ADF Navy battleship?

>https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-04-14/military-reminded-lethal-violence-defend-australian-values/100066796
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 No.168931

Are there any left wing groups worth joining or is just effectively Socialist Alternative or tiny grouplettes?
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 No.168967

>>168931
/leftypol/ is all we got.

I don't see another way to organize, not in this surveillance environment.
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 No.170501

>>168967
What's Vic Socialists like?
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 No.170531

Anyone here in WA / Perth? I'll add ya on insta if ya want.

>>168931
Well you got:

Socialist Alternative - effectively a cult that cannot seem to understand why everyone hates them. Most are nice people, but often have a toxic group culture.

Socialist Alliance - are quite chill and have their heads screwed on but (at least where I am) don't do much besides do poorly in local elections

Extinction Rebellion* - solid direct action, community / local group focus, poor theory (boomer reformist at worst, accidentally anti-capitalist at best)

CPA / ACP - absolutely dead, I'm confused as to what they think they do and why they don't just join SAlt.

*really depends where you are, here in Perth I think there's a lot of potential for good, especially over other groups.

>>168967
Organise by finding popular issues in the community and getting those people together dude. Drop the commie aesthetic and talk solutions in ways that they can relate to (mass democracy, community run energy projects, etc.)
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 No.170993

>>170531
>Organise by finding popular issues in the community and getting those people together dude. Drop the commie aesthetic and talk solutions in ways that they can relate to (mass democracy, community run energy projects, etc.)

This is just true and cosy.

I've managed to get some local movement by leveraging Systemic Consensing as a way of decision making.

I can't join the local ER because it's riddled with Greens who have conniptions when any talk of development is had.

Local Labor, despite being majority Left faction, are fucking being teamed by the Fed Labor Right.

We apparently have local Syndies and AnComs but I haven't found them.

And because we're a small state fucking everyone knows everyone so that makes organising tough.
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 No.172358

>>170993
Which state would you be in anon? I know a handful across the country so I could link ya up if you want
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 No.172438

>>172358
Van Diemen's Land brudda
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 No.172549

>>164607
>>164622
Shanks is a labor shill. He often approaches the point but then starts sucking hawke/keating/rudd/gillard dick. He is really frustrating because he sees through so much of the bullshit, even the sinophobia, but then lacks any critical eye for the ALP. If he could just spend some time actually reading and not being so closed minded I believe he could be a leftists, but he mindlessly adopts ALP defensive talking points.
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 No.172578

>>43787

>>170531

>>168931


CPA is the dead one, ACP is very active but small. Both are ML orgs, so depends on your ideological leanings if that's for you.

Neither would merge with SAlt at SAlt are Trots and useless.

To be transparent, I'm in the ACP, so biased towards them, but I'd encourage any MLs interested in organising here to join.

It's tough, as Aus is a fucked place for any sort of leftist organising and the ACP is just starting out but I joined as it was better than just sitting around forever and waiting for the left to grow on its own.
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 No.172627

I think Australia is going to create it's own fusion of socialism, kinda socialisme sans doctrine.

Like nothing really fits well here by themselves, but it seems various fusions or at least tolerances do.
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 No.172649

>>172627
It must be nice to live in 1972.
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 No.173749

>>172649
ngl it's pretty cosy
I can unironically use the word 'sheila' and smoke near children.

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