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I am so glad that the 1% are pleased with our election result. #auspol
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I don't get this idea that Labor needs to move to the centre and get back in touch with its working class roots. How does the centre reflect the roots of the labour movement? How about a move properly to the left? And actually differentiate yourselves from the Coalition?
"Don't mourn. Organise!"
Humans are born to be artists, scientists, artisans, and philosophers. Children love nothing more than creative expression, learning to understand things, making things with their hands, and asking deep questions.
But society teaches us not to do these things, training us instead to be “productive”. We’re sculpted to fit into a world obsessed with jobs, money, and ownership, and we’re forced to give up the most important parts of ourselves in order to do so – our creativity, and our curiosity.
What a fucking shock.
OK. Glass half full time. No Fraser Anning. No Clive Palmer (though now of course he probably won't feel pressured to pay back his workers' entitlements). No Tony Abbott.
And then I went and read an article summarising John Howard's stupid interview. Complains about Labor's class war? And then saying it's about "politics of envy"? What a dick. He clearly knows there's a class war. And which side he's on #auspol
Maybe a bit of humour might express my current feelings... #auspol
I read this as "Broadway supremacy". Who else would be interested to watch "Space X The Musical"?
oh, there is one good reason to get excited about this election season; huge man of numbers antony green, who is an australian cryptid who only appears during elections to consume massive quantities of statistics and delivery a prophecy before retreating once again to his nest to digest, sleep, and weave colourful ties out of leaves and bark
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You could see it on John's face too.
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