posted on Feb, 26 2012 @ 09:53 PM
Australia ceased to be a Democracy when John Howard introduced the gun-laws following the Port Arthur shootings, the same gun laws that were already
written up before the shooting happened. Former NSW Premier Barry Unsworth is on record saying in Parliament, "that we will never have uniform gun
laws in Australia UNTIL we have a massacre in Tasmania". This comment was also made before the shootings at Port Arthur, which just so happesn to be
in Tasmania, whch then lead to the introduction or the pre-written gun laws.
Yet, since then we've had Melbourne gangland wars mainly involving stolen or illegal weapons, and a serious of drive-by shooting out breaks in Sydney
mainly involving stolen or illegal weapons. Honest law-abiding gun owners had to hand their guns in or face legal action, yet we seem to be having
more and more shootings since.
And how did John Howard win the election in the first place..................he did an 11th hour deal with the One Nation party, which recorded more
votes in its first election than any other Australian political party in history. Liberal and Howard were dead against One Nation, but at the last
moment went and did a deal to get One Nation votes under the preferential votes system, wihtout the knowledge of most people voting for One Nation.
John Howard also said that since the GST had failed and cost him at an earlier election, that the GST "was dead and buried", yet within months of
winning the election, due to One Nation votes, he brought the GST in.
Then, when the Australian public was sick and tired of Howard brown-nosing George W.Bush, we voted in Kevin Rudd, who was then stabbed in the back by
Julia Gillard who then inroduced the Carbon Tax without a vote or mandate, despite uttering the now famous quote "there shall be no Carbon Tax under
a Government i lead", yet withing months of that comment, just like the GST under Howard, it was brought in.
We don't get to vote for a Prime Minister, we get to vote for a political party where history has proven only 2 parties stand a chance of winning,
with the inconsistant, hypocritical Greens always running a distant third. And preferential votes is the biggest hypocracy in a so-called Democratic
voting system. It should be first past the post with only the votes for that party counting for that party. Preferential votes allows a party to win
by default, just as we saw with Liberal taking the One Nation votes at the last moment.
This is why, myself and most people i know now just go in and get their name marked off and put an empty voting ballot in the box. We have to get out
name marked off because if we don't we get fined under our undemocratic sytem of compulsary voting. If you aren't happy with either of the major
parties policies then you should have the democratic right to not vote as a form of peacefull protest.
Apparently, if you are unhappy, or disagree with the Party in power fighting in, and spending taxpayer money on illegal wars or invasions, then the
only form of peacefull protest that you can partake in is to withdrawl your taxes, as they are being spent unjustly. But how does the average
Australian do this when most people have their taxes taken out of their pay before they even get their pay ? The only other form of protest, is a less
peacefull option of an armed revolution, but that can't happen now since the laws passed after Port Arthur.
If you look at the laws that were introduced after Port Arthur, and after 9/11 [ a false flag event that had the 'terrorist act already pre-written
waiting for the right 'event'], then those 2 incidents can pin point when Australia ceased to become a Democracy. All these laws did was take away
rights of Australians, bit by bit to hide its true effect, while all the time claiming to be for 'our protection'. The gullible public keeps falling
for this blatant trick over and over until they realised they have been screwed, then go crawling on hands and knees to the same people that bring in
these laws and ask "how can we fix this ?"
Its the classic PROBLEM, REACTION, SOLUTION scenario. You create the problem, an attack or event, you gauge the public reaction which is usually a
reacion of telling the same planners on the problem to take action in response of the reaction, then you offer a solution which is usually new laws
that dont actually address the problem, rather its a solution to strip the citizens of even more rights step by step with every problem, then its
reaction, followed up by the solution !