12 Jul 2017

Malcolm's(A Menzies Liberal?) That is, we're not "conservative"? Really Malcolm?

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The centre right of Australian politics is 'conservative'and Malcolm can talk all day denying it, it just doesn't wash. All we have to do is see how they govern(I use the word govern advisedly) and who they are aligned to. Its to the top end of town.

In 1944 Menzies went to great pains not to call his new political party, consolidating the centre right of Australian politics, 'conservative'. He favoured the Liberal Party name, which he firmly anchored in the centre of Australian politics.

He wanted to stand apart from the big money, business establishment politics of traditional conservative parties of the right. Now they stand apart from big money and big business? That's a bloody laugh!

So he then proceeded to govern for years, policy development was not a high priority because he stole what suited him from the Labor party. This last Malcolm budget is a Menzies budget, most stolen from Labor.

"Menzies said at the time: 'We took the name 'Liberal' because we were determined to be a progressive party, willing to make experiments, in no sense reactionary but believing in the individual, his right and his enterprise, and rejecting the socialist panacea'."

Willing to experiment, not likely, they were, and still are very much a conservative government they do not experiment.

"The sensible centre was the place to be. It remains the place to be."says Malcolm.

The comments by Malcolm Turnbull will be read as a rebuke to those conservatives on the backbench, led by Tony Abbott, who have been openly critical of the direction that the Government has been heading in.

Today 2017 LNP budget:- Big tax cuts for the rich ,Big tax cuts for big business, cuts to social services and opposition to wage rises.

This is the centre? Not bloody likely mate, this is true blue conservative!

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