Coming for you

The below images were forwarded to TAFKAS this morning by a friend.  They were taken in Leichhardt, pretty close to the epicenter of Anthony Albanese’s electorate.

If the reference to “Humanity being free” sounds familiar, it is because it comes from Denis Diderot.  It was the language of the French Revolution; the original being:

Let us strangle the last king with the guts of the last priest.

Think on this when you vote.  This on this when Bill Shorten says that increasing taxes on citizens is the removal of a subsidy.  Think on this when your property is confiscated by a baying mob.  Thing on this when you consider how far Australia really is from Venezuela.

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26 Responses to Coming for you

  1. RacerX

    “… the last bureaucrat”

    Who’s going to administer their socialist utopia without bureaucrats?

  2. Anita

    This is insane. What kind of education did this idiots get in school. More than ever a Morrison government should be elected

  3. Anita

    * Sorry, “What kind of education did these* idiots get?”

  4. Tel

    The “Rent is Theft” is pretty close to “Property is Theft”.

    Better to keep your property locked up and don’t offer it for rent. Make all of them homeless and leave it at that.

    It all comes back to the “Hold up Problem” … if you put effort into building infrastructure, what’s to stop someone taking it away from you? If you know someone can take away what you have, then it becomes pointless to put effort into building anything.

  5. I bet if I offered them a 200k+ p.a. job in a bank they’d take it.

  6. Rob MW

    After 102 years of experimentation it is surprising that Socialists haven’t yet worked out that Capitalism is free.

  7. vlad

    It all seems a trifle quaint. I can remember when squatting was hip. Haven’t heard of it happening in years.

  8. a happy little debunker

    Haven’t heard of it happening in years.

    Last year squatter rights were successfully claimed in Sydney

  9. Pedro the Ignorant

    Squatters are pretty rare these days.

    Ever since this business started up Squatter Eviction Crew.

  10. Leo G

    What’s a Yuppie now, if not a Yob Union Politically-Prolix Industrial Extortionist?
    Even the apocryphal Sol might say: “Proles ain’t proles”.

  11. stackja

    Liberty Quote
    What, then, do they want government for? Not to regulate commerce; not to educate the people; not to teach religion; not to administer charity; not to make roads and railways; but simply to defend the natural rights of man – to protect person and property – to prevent the aggressions of the powerful upon the weak – in a word, to administer justice. This is the natural, the original, office of a government. It was not intended to do less: it ought not to be allowed to do more.

    — Herbert Spencer

  12. Think on this when your property is confiscated by a baying mob.

    We’ve already had two examples of our very own version of Ma0’s Red Guard blocking streets to “stop climate change”. But the real worry is that politicians, students, teachers and various other useless appendages actually think that they should be doing the wishes of ignorant 12 year old children. At least they have taken their place in the nation’s intellectual hierarchy. Their every instinct is totalitarian.

  13. Dr Fred Leninn

    Defund the left totally. Not one cent of taxpayer money no dole no subsidies of any kind ,watch them wither amazing hat a touch of starvation will do .wihout other peoples money communist fascist socialist globalism dies . If you can demonstrate during normal working hours ,you dont get centrelink in any form .
    Migrants and reffos dont get welfare of any kind untill they have paid income tax for twenty years Then they would be eligible to apply for citizenship also they are not eligible for any invalid benefits at all .

  14. DaveR

    The Marxists’s Useful Idiots are everywhere, but nobody seems to notice.

    History repeating all over again, but this time in the West.

  15. Squirrel

    The sentiments in those posters might be a little bit over the top, particularly for gentrified Leichhardt, but taken together, they serve as a reminder that a likely post-election agenda item for a Labor-Green government is a land tax/property tax on the family home – on top of existing value-based council rates.

    The idea has, of course, been around for a long time in leftist politics, and was given an airing in the Henry report on taxation – which presumably served as a basis for what the ACT Labor-Green government has done in this respect. I strongly suspect it would have been tried by NSW Labor had they got across the line in March.

  16. Dave R:

    History repeating all over again, but this time in the West.

    We forgot that when the Berlin Wall came down, democracy was able to travel East.
    We didn’t see the socialist contagion moving West.

  17. Percy Popinjay

    Leichhardt was Greenfilth Central in 2010.

    Good to see nothing has changed.

  18. rickw

    Walking around Brunswick taking photos?

  19. Cardimona

    Don’t mean to be pedantic, but…

    Albo holds Grayndler.

    Leichhardt is in FNQ, held by Entschy.

  20. Leichhardt is in FNQ, held by Entschy.

    There is Leichhardt the suburb in inner west Sydney. There is Leichhardt in FNQ. These pics are from Ablo’s electorate.

  21. Win

    There is an Antonia Albanisie on the board of the iniquitous NDIS. These people have reduced hands on State funding to the disabled leaving a CP child in wheel barrow for example and replaced it with $179.23 per hour by two for an OT to watch wheel chairs being adjusted because it’s taken 11 months to get here.
    The money once available to the disabled has now been reduced to fund burecrats and papershufflers ,advisors and advocates. In other words the least able in the community are carrying a vast sea of able bodied on their backs.

  22. Iampeter

    If the reference to “Humanity being free” sounds familiar, it is because it comes from Denis Diderot. It was the language of the French Revolution; the original being:

    Let us strangle the last king with the guts of the last priest.

    Yes, because being a capitalist means arguing against humanity being free and in favor of the divine rule of kings, rationalized by their pet priests, right?

    You are true capitalist.

  23. Depends upon which country you were in Peter.

    Contrast France, England, Ireland, Holland, Germany, Langfang Republic, the colony of NSW (remember The Battle of Vinegar Hill), the United States, British North America…from 1776 to 1815.

    Who wanted a King and who did not? Who chose Kings over republics and who almost did but did not?

    Context is pretty damned important.

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