25 thoughts on “Mater’s Musings #46: Boom! Adem drops the MOA Truth Bombs”

  1. The wukka wing of the ALP must be revolting. This from Albo yesterday was interesting.

    Albanese won’t back government’s plans to take on 160,000 new migrants each year (12 Dec)

    Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese says the government should instead focus on training millions of unemployed or underemployed Australians in areas where there are skill shortages.

    Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has indicated Labor won’t back the government’s plans to take on 160,000 new migrants each year.

    Treasurer Josh Frydenberg on Saturday announced the Federal Government’s plans to increase Australia’s permanent migration by an extra 120,000 people over the next two years to strengthen economic growth and address skills shortages.

    It’s also breathtaking hypocrisy, but then the ALP wouldn’t be the ALP if they weren’t hypocrites.


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  2. Bruce of Newcastle says:
    December 13, 2021 at 7:24 am
    The wukka wing of the ALP must be revolting. This from Albo yesterday was interesting.

    Albanese won’t back government’s plans to take on 160,000 new migrants each year

    Albo may be all sorts of things but he is not stupid, he can suss out when something is not popular with his voters or even with other parties’ voters. Only the Coalition doesn’t seem to care what voters think in which case into the dustbin of history with them.


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  3. Crossie – He’s trying to paper over the cracks between the progressives and the muslims on the one side of the ALP and the industrial wing on the other. The progs and the muslims are full bore on immigration. He’s terrified that the industrials will jump over to PHON, as we saw in Joel’s seat (which Joel is retiring from…hmm).

    There must be a lot of resentment after Setka betrayed his rank and file, for example. Increasingly the union officials are all “elitist wankers” who don’t represent their members. Maybe I’m reading the tea leaves wrong that Albo’s announcement appears symptomatic of some nasty internal polling numbers.


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  4. Bruce of Newcastlesays:
    December 13, 2021 at 7:24 am
    The wukka wing of the ALP must be revolting. This from Albo yesterday was interesting.

    Albanese won’t back government’s plans to take on 160,000 new migrants each year (12 Dec)

    No, he wont back 160,000 as it’s no where near enough for Labor scum.


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  5. I keep using the term slow learners for such people. They eventually wake up to themselves but crikey it takes a long time and they do a lot of damage along the way.


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  6. Adem really is unloading.

    Adem Somyurek MP
    @AdemSomyurek
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    11 Dec
    Then we have factional hacks (I can name 15) appointed to departments, gov agencies and boards. Board positions given to estranged partners of MPs to help ease pain of child support. I would expect The gov to support the upper house motion for ibac to investigate these matters.

    re: red shirts

    Adem Somyurek MP
    @AdemSomyurek
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    11 Dec
    I can’t believe I am tweeting an article written by McKenzie but this will come home to bite Dan this year – the gold standard rort. Based on preselection criteria set by Dan for the preselections held by non-Victorians tomorrow Andrews will have to resign

    Adem Somyurek MP
    @AdemSomyurek
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    10 Dec
    Record caucus and cabinet meetings and leak them, make sure every forum in the the Labor party caucus is unworkable due to leaks. Constantly brief journalists about how deranged he is. Victoria needs to be saved from the mad king.



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  7. Kind of a pity if Andrews loses the next election, he’s buried the state in debt, and some of the serious problems with crime are just starting to rear their head. Stuff like the drug dealing on Elizabeth st, that’ll only get worse when the “safe” injecting room opens. Then there’s the decriminalizing prostitution. Lots of petty criminals sitting at home collecting the government $$$ at the moment too, when that stops they’ll be out and about again.
    Whatever the next government is, they are going to have to make some very unpopular decisions to right the ship, if they’re remotely responsible. Likely make them a one term government.
    Of course it’d be a whole lot easier to deal with if half of the current government end up in jail.


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  8. Albo’s announcement appears symptomatic of some nasty internal polling numbers

    Would also explain his sudden rhetoric shift to saying that the ALP is a party of ‘renewal, not revolution’.


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  9. Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has indicated Labor won’t back the government’s plans to take on 160,000 new migrants each year.

    Looks like someone is slowly working out who butters his bread.

    If he only backed coal mining and told the wokesters where to get off he’d romp it in.

    Silly Albo.


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  10. The ALP are filth and just want to feather their own nests.
    The LNP are filth and just want to feather their own nests.
    Spot the difference between the fascist running dogs of Red China.


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  11. BoN:

    There must be a lot of resentment after Setka betrayed his rank and file, for example. Increasingly the union officials are all “elitist wankers” who don’t represent their members. Maybe I’m reading the tea leaves wrong that Albo’s announcement appears symptomatic of some nasty internal polling numbers.

    Yeah.
    That’d be pretty right.
    Wouldn’t it be a hoot if the little parties got the balance of power – and used it.


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  12. Winston

    Wouldn’t it be a hoot if the little parties got the balance of power – and used it.

    Were that to happen, the UNiparty would work together, overtly or covertly, to keep the “Project” (h/t the EU) on track.


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