244 years ago, American founding father, Patrick Henry, spoke the famous words, “Give me liberty or give me death.”
Those words describe exactly how I, as a victim of Australian Labor Party (ALP) police state tactics in Maribyrnong, feel about the possibility of a federal Labor government.
There are 5 ways in which I believe a Shorten Labor government could bring death to Australia.
1. THE DEATH OF DEMOCRACY.
The ALP and its people do a better job of taking foreign money than at representing patriotic Australians like me.
Former ALP Senator Sam Dastyari received Chinese money and then promoted Chines interests in the Parliament and was forced to resign because of it.
And Bob Carr has been described from within the ALP as “a pro-Beijing extremist paid by the pro-Beijing think tank, Australia China Relations Institute.”
But the foundation of democracy is freedom of speech:
2. THE DEATH OF FREEDOM OF SPEECH
Last week Bill Shorten wrote in The Australian: “If individuals at a cafe or a pub spoke in the way that some people are allowed to speak online, there would be a call to the police.”
Bill Shorten believes it is police business to deprive people in cafes and pubs of freedom of speech. I know this ALP mentality. After I tried to talk about memorial tree plantings and acts of friendliness towards Indonesia lobbying an ALP politician in Maribyrnong, the police arrested me.
In 2012, Julia Gillard criticised then Liberal Party leader Tony Abbott for being “very light on accepting responsibility himself for the vile conduct of members of his political party” who had heard very offensive remarks about her father’s death and did not object to those remarks at the time.
Applying the party leader standards for responsibility for his own party to Bill Shorten which Julia Gillard set for Tony Abbott, the Australian people have a right to judge Shorten’s leadership by how he responds to the misuse of police services from within the ALP in Maribyrnong.
As bad as the comments about Gillard’s father’s death were, I believe arresting a citizen for communicating with a politician on matters of national interest is worse. Because the right to freedom of speech implied in the Australian Constitution’s establishment of representative government is at stake. In Maribyrnong. In Bill Shorten’s backyard.
3. THE DEATH OF FREEDOM OF RELIGION.
I believe Bill Shorten doesn’t want religious schools to be free to teach their children their religious beliefs.
4. THE DEATHS OF MEN DRIVEN TO SUICIDE.
I believe Bill Shorten and the ALP are prisoners of modern feminist misandry.
We have a new stolen generation in Australia. Children alienated from their fathers in a system where justice for fathers is impossible. This is driving men to suicide.
But I don’t believe Bill Shorten will call the Royal Commission into this tragic crisis which Australia needs.
5. DEATHS AT SEA.
According to the an Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC) fact-check, at least 1100 asylum seekers are known to have died at sea trying to get to Australia the last time Labor was in power in Canberra.
Another fact-check by the ABC verified the claim of conservative Peter Dutton, when he was Minister for Immigration and Border Protection that “Nobody has drowned at sea under Operation Sovereign Borders.”
It looks to me like a vote for Labor is a vote for deaths at sea.
This is because Labor can’t protect our nation’s borders.
Or fathers. Or Religion. Or democracy. Or freedom of speech.
The Australian Labor Party kills the things I love.
Geoff Fox, Jakarta, March 23, 2019