Global Distribution

Nothing like some positive press about Australia reaching all corners of the globe:

Malcolm Turnbull needs to hold on to office until 17 September 2018, if he is to overtake Julia Gillard as Australia’s longest serving Prime Minister since John Howard lost office in 2007. The figures, covering Australia’s 13th to 20th longest serving Prime Ministers, help depict how turbulent Australian Federal politics has been since Kevin Rudd was ousted on 24 June 2010. The wave of spills since that night means that no voter born after 1989 has ever seen a Prime Minister they voted for see out a full term in office.

Has anyone seen or heard from Elizabeth Farrelly lately?

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12 Responses to Global Distribution

  1. Craig Mc

    Malcolm’s very own “tallest building in Wichita” moment.

  2. struth

    This is the fallout from the Global Warming scam starting.
    The last people that will let it go, are those that introduced it and benefitted from it.
    Our turbulent Federal political situation, has been caused completely by the adherence of Globalist socialist UN policy to wreck the west, via environmentalism, not enforced on anyone but the west, with it’s profiting enabling politicians trying to keep this going against overwhelming opposition from their citizens, who have been silenced by a compliant and socialist media and funded elites.
    The dam holding back the will of the people has cracks.

  3. Bruce of Newcastle

    Gillard, Turnbull, Whitlam and Rudd makes a full set of the worst Prime Ministers Australia has had.
    Poetic.

  4. H B Bear

    Well I guess it is an “achievement”. But is it Potential Greatness?

  5. Speedbox

    struth
    #2795991, posted on August 22, 2018 at 11:17 am

    +1

  6. Louis Hissink

    The reason the UN is picking on the US etc is that it’s not as socialised as everyone else. Socialist economies are essentially subsistence ones where resource/wealth consumption equals/exceeds production. Hence the tendency to plunder the haves.

    Except the have nots don’t understand that wealth has to be continuously created by production exceeding consumption. Hence the socialists borrow from the future, which in their view is utopia where scarcity is non-existent, with impunity, since by the time the bonds need to be repaid, that will be when utopia is achieved and all will be well since there will also be unlimited wealth to pay the debts off.

    But one has to be seriously brain addled to believe this ideological tripe.

  7. Robber Baron

    Neil Mitchell said he heard from an insider that the numbers are now Dutton 40 Turnbull 43.

  8. sabena

    Put like that it virtually guarantees his demise.

  9. egg_

    how turbulent Australian Federal politics has been since Kevin Rudd was ousted on 24 June 2010. The wave of spills since that night means that no voter born after 1989 has ever seen a Prime Minister they voted for see out a full term in office.

    When the dregs of the middle class are in Government, sociopaths rule the roost.

  10. H B Bear

    Rudd would probably have won the 2010 election and likewise Abbot in 2013. This whole period has been completely unnecessary.

    Alternatively, had Gillard and Waffleworth not been such complete duds people would not be concerned about it either.

  11. gbees

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but Julia Gillard was never actually elected by vote at an election correct? She rolled Rudd to take the PMship and then was rolled by Rudd before she could contest?

  12. Mick

    gbees, Gillard actually did win the 2010 election but it was a hung parliament. She was able to govern as those independents sided with her to supply and not Abbott.

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