The video (definitely watch if you haven’t seen it – it is moving) is of a demonstration in Melbourne against Premier Dan Andrews. His over-the-top dictatorial ambitions brought forth a thought – are Andrews, and the other State and Federal Stalinists, via their heavy-handed mandates, forcing young people to reassess their politics?
Most young people lean easily to the Left. Who is not compassionate and blind to practicalities in their teens and twenties? Then, as life kicks in and the cost of bringing up children and the cost of living in general becomes clearer, one is forced to view the world less superficially and, in those inclined to reality, a more conservative point of view emerges.
All these State Premiers and our Prime Minister (Australia) are hard Leftists; believers in the magical powers of central planning – of the wisdom that emanates from committees of experts rather than the expression of free will attuned to personal survival.
Dictating that you MUST get an injection of an untested substance with known ghastly side-effects, including death, is a gross infringement of human rights. It is also an obvious one that cannot be hidden behind the veil of ‘we’re only caring for you’.
The dangerous statistics attached to the vaccine are all over the internet. Most of my news comes via videos and articles that people send me, but I also check out dozens of sites daily – none of them of the mainstream persuasion. I suspect that is true for many people.
The young are the least likely to be fooled (for long) by the fake news mainstream media who long ago lied themselves into irrelevance. The more that the media preach from the socialist elite hymn sheet, the further away will the young be driven.
The problem that we have in Australia is that we lost our major conservative party many decades ago. Who do we vote for? Of the current options, Riccardo Bosi (Australiaone) is definitely the more ideologically sound, but Craig Kelly (United Australia Party) has the funds to make an electoral impact.