Australian Politics: 22 November 2013 – Indonesia Seeks Answers


Australian Politics: 20 July 2013


The Palmer United Party is just one of many political parties contesting the upcoming federal election. Clive Palmer, founder of the party, intends to be Prime Minister after the election – but what is he like? The link below is to an article reporting on the man behind the party.”>

For more visit:
http://www.smh.com.au/national/the-palmersaurus-party-20130715-2pyvl.html

Ever wondered what life is like for a former Prime Minister? The link below is to an article reporting on life after politics for former Prime Minister Julia Gillard.

For more visit:
http://www.smh.com.au/national/life-after-politics-for-julia-gillard-the-whirl-is-her-oyster-20130719-2q9ra.html

Kevin Rudd is Back!!!


Kevin Rudd is back and there are many people here in OZ that will be very happy – myself included. The result was 57 to 45. The ALP is back in the game – finally.

Australia: Mark Latham Attacks Kevin Rudd


Mark Latham, the former leader of the Australian Labor Party and general loud mouth, has launched an attack on Kevin Rudd. Latham who seems incapable of moving on from his failed bid at the top job in Australia, would seem to like being in the headlines every so often by mouthing off about those who have been more successful them him in politics. His attack on Kevin Rudd seems to only demonstrate his own resemblance of the very things he accuses Kevin Rudd of being – at least that is my take on it all.

Australia: ALP Spill Fallout


The link below is to an article reporting on the fallout from the ALP leadership spill. You will need to pass by many of the ill-informed comments at the end of the article, as those making them seem to be largely ignorant as to the facts in this country.

For more visit:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/mar/22/three-minister-quit-gillard-cabinet

Australia: Gillard Survives While Labor Dies


The ALP has completed its quest for personal destruction by sticking with Julia Gillard and Kevin Rudd ruling himself out as leading the ALP ever again. It is a sad day for the ALP, except for the fact that the ALP doesn’t realise it is. In my view they have ensured they will be in opposition following the federal election, completely ignoring the views of those they are asking to vote for them. I anticipate that the ALP will now suffer an enormous hiding unless ALP supporters can somehow see past the disregard that the party has shown to them and votes for a Prime Minister they don’t want.

The link below is to an article covering the latest dramas unfolding in Canberra throughout the day:

For more visit:
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/national-affairs/in-depth/martin-ferguson-joins-labor-exodus-following-failed-leadership-coup/story-fnhqeu0x-1226603503254