Politics is now about scaring women, children and Matt Guys

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15 Responses to Politics is now about scaring women, children and Matt Guys

  1. a reader says:

    Listen less to Karen Andrews, Simon Birmingham and Matt Kean. Listen more to Bronwyn Bishop, Kristy McSweeney, Peta Credlin and Caroline di Russo. To paraphrase di Russo, you don’t fix the “problem” by spraying vaginas all over the place

  2. C.L. says:

    Credlin was vindicated on almost everything re the election.

  3. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Living as I do here in Wentworth, I have a theory, after talking to a few other fellow Wentworthians, that many men voted for Princess Allegra because of pressure from their wives/partners. The whole Teal phenomenon has been unbelievably cultish, you really have to live in one of these seats to understand it. What will be interesting is when the real economics hit the fan in the next two years, inevitable during a Labor government. I suspect more than a few men won’t be listening to their wives and partners next time.

    But further to this, I know for a fact that there’s been bullying occurring in families here in Wentworth. My best friend’s brother and sister in law, both extremely well heeled, spent weeks bullying his ninety year old mother to vote for Princess Allegra. They used emotional blackmail on this elderly woman, saying that if she doesn’t vote for Princess Allegra then she could not possibly care about her grandchildren. My friend was called a fascist by her sister-in-law….her crime? For saying that the will be voting Liberal. I mean, all of this is outrageous. My best friend and her brother had a huge argument because she asked him to cease the harassment and the emotional blackmail. They are currently not talking. I have another friend who was hassled by a cousin to vote for Princess Allegra. She said that she’d be voting for Sharma and the cousin hung up on her.

    It is about fear and blackmail and lies. And women in particular are susceptible to this nonsense.

  4. a reader says:

    Nobody has factored in the Mal-buhn folk moving interstate into the results too. Many well-heeled Victorians moves en-masse to places like Brisbane. Do we think that might have helped the green vote up there?

  5. C.L. says:

    From everything I’m hearing, Cassie, I don’t believe the Teals are as impervious as people think. The Liberals should select a few really good candidates and start campaigning and back-grounding now. The goal: break the magic of this phony bloc by winning back even two seats at the next election.

    My best friend’s brother and sister in law, both extremely well heeled, spent weeks bullying his ninety year old mother to vote for Princess Allegra. They used emotional blackmail on this elderly woman, saying that if she doesn’t vote for Princess Allegra then she could not possibly care about her grandchildren.

    This is fanatical cult behaviour. The meanness and weirdness is in this movement’s genes. Simon HC wandering around footpaths berating people etc. The truth about the Teals will eventually tell.

  6. Cassie of Sydney says:

    During the election campaign, I would leave home everyday and everyday I would see a sea of Teal everywhere. Observing the mainly women, I became convinced that this Teal movement is a cult. I was reminded of the Salem hysteria and in particular of the postmillennialist First, Second and Third Great Awakenings in the US. Many of those postmillennialist movements were led by woman. In the case of the American postmillennialist movements, they were convinced that Jesus was about to return, in the case of the Teals, their “postmillennialism” constitutes climate change and renewables and these women and their ardent followers really believe that by sending them to Canberra, they will save the world from apocalyptic climate change….but…but….in the meantime they’ll continue going on their overseas skiing holidays, they’ll continue wearing designer Zampatti clothes and they’ll continue dining out at their fabulous restaurants.

    The whole thing is a con of course, led by a creepy Svengali who’s making buckets of dosh from the climate scam. Just like those American revivalist cults and sects were a scam who preyed on gullible people, these scam artist Teals and their adherents will do infinite damage to ordinary people…but who cares about them, they’re just collateral damage.

  7. Cassie of Sydney says:

    C.L. I’ve found Alan Jones channel on….

    https://watch.adh.tv/browse

    Everyone should subscribe, Jones is one fire. Today, he’s talked to Bernie Finn.

  8. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “were a scam who preyed”

    that preyed.

  9. C.L. says:

    Prohibition was also pushed by women – of the temperance movement.
    We all know how that ended. Not before a few people got very rich and richer. The climate scam is exactly the same model: ban something and invest in bathtub gin.

    Interestingly, there was never a Prohibition for the top echelons of US society. They still got (and imbibed) the best imported liquor.

    This isn’t a sexist thing either. Men fall for bullshit en bloc too.

  10. C.L. says:

    Oh, thanks for that, Cassie. Last time I checked on Jones, his self-linkage was a bit confusing.

  11. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “C.L. says:
    26 May, 2022 at 9:25 pm
    From everything I’m hearing, Cassie, I don’t believe the Teals are as impervious as people think. The Liberals should select a few really good candidates and start campaigning and back-grounding now. The goal: break the magic of this phony bloc by winning back even two seats at the next election.”

    Agree entirely. I actually think if Kath Deves or someone else had been chosen for Warringah over a year ago she or they would have had much more of an impact on Zali, as it was she was picked 5 weeks before the election, it was too late…and then the MSM scum went for her.

  12. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Prohibition was also pushed by women – of the temperance movement.”

    Yes indeed…I remember reading somewhere that the “temperance movement” was the last gasp of the third awakening, driven by Protestant wowserism.

  13. Baba says:

    Climate change, astrology, essential oils, abortion and semillion blanc.

  14. Lee says:

    Teals are elitist, self-entitled, selfish, preening snobs.
    Marie Antoniette would have been at home among them; in some ways they are worse than the Greens, certainly more hypocritical.
    I wouldn’t vote for them in a fit.

  15. Shy Ted says:

    Back in the day, “hysteria” was a wymmins disease. It still is though the meaning of “wymmins” has changed. First though you’ve got to take out those who just lie for a living.

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