Liberal Party Lefties Won’t Let Conservatives Play
By David Archibald
25 October 2023
I can speak from personal experience. Some years ago I was one of the six candidates for Liberal Party preselection for the Senate in Western Australia. I knew I wouldn’t get one of the three winnable slots, but it would be good to campaign and I looked forward to doing my bit for the country. But a bloke by the name of Troy Pickard argued from the floor of the meeting that I was a global warming denier and this might impact the Liberal Party vote on the east coast. A vote was taken and I was kicked off the ticket. Lefties have learnt to deplatform conservatives at any opportunity.
There was a perfect outcome though. Troy Pickard was then Mayor of Joondalup and Chairman of the WA Local Government Association. He tortured himself with a few more years of his miserable, wretched life and then on 13th January, 2022 topped himself to stop the pain. I was so glad – a horrid example of Australia-hating, leftie scum had left the chat, as they say. The memory of his wretchedness won’t fade completely though; Joondalup has named a hockey stand after him.
The next example from WA is the case of Andrea Tokaji, a lecturer in law standing as the Liberal candidate for the seat of Baldivis in the 2021 WA state election. When conservatives stand for parliament, lefties go through everything they have ever written in order to find something to froth at the mouth at. They duly found it in a 3,000 word essay in which she had used the words ‘covid’ and ‘5G’ in the same sentence.
The then Liberal state leader, a leftie by the name of Zac Kirkup, phoned Andrea to say that her endorsement had been withdrawn and no correspondence would be entered into. Not everyone is perfect all the time. Even Sir Isaac Newton, the greatest scientist of all time, wasted a lot of his life trying to transmute base metals into gold. That doesn’t count against his reputation as a scientist though.
In the leadup to the election, Andrea was to be the first speaker at a rally of a Saturday morning on the steps of Parliament House. Channel 7 turned up to video the event and asked excitedly when Andrea will be speaking. Andrea, to her credit, saw a sign held by a couple in the front row that was dodgy and withdrew from speaking. She realised that it was a setup. The couple with their sign were a plant in coordination with Channel 7. It was going to be guilt by association. Once Andrea withdrew, Channel 7 suddenly lost interest and left.
Zac Kirkup had his comeuppance at the election and lost his seat. His main policy for the election was to close the state’s coal-fired power stations by 2025, demonstrating to everyone how stupid and clueless he is. Mr Kirkup now works (in the widest sense of the term) as a minor functionary in the Aboriginal industry — enough said.
Another Liberal to get the treatment is a former Liberal member of Victoria’s Legislative Council, Moira Deeming. Former in that she was expelled from the Liberal Party in May this year at the instigation of the Liberal leader John Pesutto. With all the tranny men using women’s bathrooms, Moira had attended a rally in favour of stopping that sort of thing from happening. A group of pudgy blokes wearing black clothes and face masks also attended the rally and gave a Nazi salute. That was Pesutto’s excuse to frame her as a nutjob.
And to this day, pudgy, masked blokes cosplaying as Nazis ride the trains in Melbourne, no doubt paid to do so:
If there ever is a ban on making the Nazi salute in Australia, the people most inconvenienced will be leftie Liberal Party powerbrokers. They will have to think of a new way to smear conservatives.
In the US they do a more professional job of pretending to be the reincarnation of the Sturmabteilung:
With matching uniforms and ironed pants, that is what a leftie thinks a Brown Shirt should look like. But when unmasked, some of these men proved to be members of Antifa, supposedly ideological opposites of Patriot Front, and hired by the FBI.
The most recent defenestration of a Liberal Party member of Parliament is that of Senator Rennick of Queensland. His crime was that he is an effective conservative, likely the most effective member of Parliament at the moment. Senator Rennick lost a winnable position in preselection. That effort was organised by David Littleproud, the LNP member for the seat of Maranoa.
Which brings us to the subject of what it going to happen next. A leftie Liberal by the name of Greg Hunt, formerly member for the seat of Flinders in Victoria, had a role in many of the evils of the current day. He spent most of his time in Parliament agitating for the carbon tax, and when that was secured under Turnbull, switched to the Health portfolio to maximise the harm from the covid pandemic that was coming. A number of health officials in Australia may be prosecuted for what they did in the early years of covid; Hunt resigned from Parliament in time to escape that fate.
His fellow travellers remain in Parliament though, plotting against the Australian people. Chief of these is Paul Fletcher, Liberal member for the seat of Bradfield in Sydney’s north shore. As the Minister for Communications in the Turnbull regime, Fletcher had initiated the Disinformation Act that the Albanese regime wants to bring into law. This act will criminalise thought at odds with the government narrative. It will use the power of the Government to crush dissent. Fletcher is a nasty piece of work and there is no hope for the Liberal Party until he and his ilk are rolled in preselection. Which is highly unlikely as the left in the NSW Liberal Party has an iron grip. They rolled Craig Kelly, member for the seat of Hughes in southern Sydney, because he had turned out to be an effective conservative.
The outfit that had most to do with stopping the Voice is a mob called Advance Australia. The Liberal Party was initially indifferent but swung to the no side when it became obvious that the Australian people had already decided on no. And a good part of that decision would have been to stop Advance Australia filling the giant vacuum on the conservative side of politics in Australia.
After the Disinformation Act there will be an attempt to bring in a digital currency in Australia. The purpose of this act will be to allow the Government to vacuum money out of people’s bank accounts on some pretext. There is a video online in which a World Economic Forum functionary is praising Scott Morrison for laying the legislative groundwork for introducing a digital currency, just as John Howard laid the groundwork for the carbon tax by legislating the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (NGER) Act of 2007, the auditing basis for that tax. The reporting requirements for that act have just been increased.
Which means that there is an easy test of whether or not someone is conservative. If there is no record of them saying, in writing, that the NGER should be repealed, then they serve the forces of darkness. Three days after the Liberals won the 2013 election on the platform of repealing the carbon tax, Greg Hunt talked Tony Abbott into not repealing the NGER. It is that important. The efforts of an army of accountants is wasted in complying with the requirements of the NGER. It is an unnecessary burden on Australian businesses, when we might be heading into a war with China.
News has come in that a group of former high level Liberals had a two day meeting in London last week to discuss starting a new political party to replace the Liberal Party. There is a parallel in history, as recounted in the book Wounded Eagle. John Curtin is remembered as Australia’s Prime Minister during WW2. Curtin was actually a weasel of a man who detested the Australian Defence Force and never visited an Army base or any other military facility during the war.
The war had started with Menzies as Prime Minister but he lost a confidence vote in October 1941 because he had made grievously bad defence procurement decisions, which meant that Australian forces were being chewed up in battle. The current day equivalent of that is of course the F-35. The United Australia Party, which Menzies had led as PM, fell apart from a lack of interest and later the Liberal Party formed to replace it.
A word of advice to whoever eventually does replace the Liberal Party. You need to positively vet every person who wants to join to preclude leftie tendencies. Use truth serum if necessary.
David Archibald is the author of The Anticancer Garden in Australia