If you can steal an election why change the way people vote? However, if you do want freedom and fair elections this is a must read at https://tennesseeelectionintegrity.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/BMDs-are-not-good-012522.pdf
The West MUST wake up. The pdf that is worth a read may be viewed at https://tennesseeelectionintegrity.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Hand-marked-paper-ballots-are-critical-to-election-integrity-012522.pdf
With an Australian Federal election coming sometime in May the following is a must read. ‘Comrade Albo and his buddy Adam Bandt are two red peas in a pod, and their younger years as spotty faced commies are all the evidence one needs to be convinced.
As reported by James Morrow this week, a young Anthony Albanese participated in a forum with the official magazine of the Communist Party of Australia (CPA) nearly 18 months after the Berlin Wall fell and the horrors of the Marxist political system were exposed.
The interview, which appeared in the April 3, 1991 edition of the Communist Party’s house organ Tribune, was part of a feature called “The changing Left – coherence, theory”.
Albanese was included as one of a number of figures who were asked by the paper to “respond to a series of propositions and to each other” and admitted it was easier to take potshots from opposition because “being in government confronts the labour movement as a whole, not just the Labor Party, with questions which the Left failed to consider … how Labor puts its principles into action, how we deal with questions of the internationalisation of capital.”
“It’s easier to construct a vision of an antinuclear society or an environmentally aware society or one based on equality,” he said.
As well as running the interview with Mr Albanese, the same edition of Tribune ran a classified ad promoting an upcoming “politics in the pub” talk involving the future Opposition Leader entitled, “Socialist Politics: Past Tense, Future Prospects.
Why did comrade Albo get so much attention in far-left circles back then?
Well in the early 1990s Mr Albanese led a faction known as the “Hard Left” which had close ties to communist organisations, and even his own buddies admit it. In a November 2000 article by future Labor frontbencher Andrew Leigh, the Hard Left was described as being “led by Anthony Albanese”.
“This group was more concerned than the Soft Left with international issues and maintained closer links with broader left-wing groups such as the Communist Party of Australia,” he wrote.
If you thought that was bad, Greens leader Adam Bandt’s earlier years are even more concerning.
In a two-page memo written back in 1995 while he was a student politician at Murdoch University, Bandt said he was “towards an anti-capitalist, anti-social democratic, internationalist movement”.
If that’s not a communist, what is?
Identifying himself as a member of the Left Alliance, Mr Bandt said, “the parliamentary road to socialism is non-existent”. He called the Greens a “bourgeois” party but said supporting them might be the most effective strategy.
“Communists can’t fetishise alternative political parties but should always make some kind of materially based assessment about the effectiveness of any given strategy come election time,” he wrote in the 1995 memo.
Although we all said and did stupid things when we are younger, all this points to something far more sinister… For decades now, each-way Albo and Adam Bandt have been lingering around hardcore communist organisations even after the unspeakable horrors of Stalinist Russia, Maoist China and Pol Pot’s Cambodia were revealed in full colour to the world.’https://www.advanceaustralia.org.au/comrades_albo_and_his_buddy_adam_bandt_two_red_peas_in_a_pod
The LNP may just be a little better than Labor or Greens but to give us our freedoms back put Labor, Greens and LNP last.
Russia isn’t concerned about those men that say they are women or how many genders the wokesters in the West say there are. However, ‘“Elections have consequences and stolen elections have catastrophic consequences.”
Joe Biden on Thursday delivered remarks from the White House as Russian military forces invaded Ukraine.
Biden looked and sounded weak as he sanctioned four major banks in Russia.
“Every asset they have in America will be frozen,” he said.
Putin threatened a nuclear attack against the West during a press conference on Thursday.
When Biden was asked if Putin is threatening the US with nukes he said he had no idea.
“I have no idea what he’s threatening. I know what he has done. No one expected the sanctions to prevent anything from happening. This is going to take time. We have to show resolve,” said Biden.’https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/02/no-idea-joe-biden-asked-putin-threatening-nuclear-attack-us-video/
There are several New South Wales seats being contested today and one of them has a candidate in favor of accepting China’s Belt and Road Imitative. ‘New South Wales (NSW) Labor has yet to respond to an inquiry asking about a state-election candidate who has expressed pro-Belt and Road Initiative views, despite a state by-election due to occur on Feb. 12.
The Epoch Times sent inquiries to NSW Labor and the state opposition leader this week asking for the Australian Labor Party’s (ALP) views on Strathfield candidate Jason Yat-Sen Li’s comments showing strong support for the Chinese Communist Party’s BRI.
Li is the Labor candidate for the seat of Strathfield, a multi-cultural area in Sydney’s inner-west.
In 2019, Li wrote in The Sydney Morning Herald: “If there is a particular project under the banner of Belt and Road that makes sense for Australia’s strategic interest, brings economic dividends, creates jobs and there are no adverse national interest elements, absolutely, we should seize these opportunities.”
Li’s stance goes contrary with that of Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne who canceled Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews’ BRI deals with Beijing in 2021, citing their inconsistency with Australia’s national interest and foreign policy. The move was supported by federal and state politicians from around Australia.
The silence from NSW Labor on Yat-sen’s views comes as the party has denied that it had ever been approached by Australia’s intelligence agency, ASIO, about Chinese spies seeking to influence the party via a plot to bankroll a selection of NSW Labor candidates for the upcoming federal elections, as reported by The Australian on Feb. 11.
In a statement published on Twitter on Feb. 11, General Secretary of NSW Labor Bob Nanva said that it was the first time his party branch had heard of the allegations and that no national security agency had ever raised the issue with the parliamentary leadership or the organizational wing of the NSW branch.
“NSW Labor can confirm that no national security agency has ever raised these alleged matters with the parliamentary leadership or the organisational wing of the NSW Branch,” he said.’https://www.theepochtimes.com/nsw-labor-remains-silent-on-candidates-pro-belt-and-road-stance_4271095.html