Friday, May 28, 2010


Well, finally something to celebrate this week. Malcolm Fraser has left the Australian Liberal Party and all I can say is....."when was he a true member anyway ?".

Clearly this terrible politician and failed former Australian Prime Minister was so far to the left that he could have founded the current Greens Party or at least joined the Australian Labor Party to be amongst other leftist softies, with no compromise to his ideology. Malcolm Fraser held no regard for Menzies' conservative values and vision for the Liberal Party. In fact, I am sure that the actual reason Malcolm Fraser joined the Liberal Party was because he thought it started with a small L.

During his term, 1975 to 1983, this man did NOTHING of value for the country, in fact, it is widely recognised that he probably did more damage and wasted more opportunity for economic growth than his predecessor Gough Whitlam. What this snivelling bleeding heart did, was to open our borders to some of the worst type of refugees and embrace such people as the despot and murderer, Robert Mugabe and Pol Pot and even Mao Tse-Tung, a communist Chinese leader who is credited for being directly responsible for the deaths of 20 million people...... but I am sure Malcolm would just call me a racist and tell me that I should always try to see the good in people.

I actually know of diehard Conservative voters who voted in Fraser's successor, Robert Hawke, rather than vote for this leftist stooge again. So, to the crying, pants losing (and we never found out just what that was about, did we?) Goodbye and good riddance and thanks for nothing!


glenisd said...

Hear! Hear!

The Weasel said...

I feel Fraser has never understood conservative politics, and I think the reason why he polarizes members of the Liberal Party is not because he has a vision, but because he reflects a conscience. His support for socialism was appalling, and he wasn't successful as a farmer or a PM. However, he wasn't worse than Whitlam or Rudd because he had good people working with him .. Like Mr Howard and Mr Sinclair. On the other hand, the best Rudd has on hand is another failure.

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