Tuesday, March 31, 2015

LibLab & Core Values

I have no idea what came into the heads of the punters who read the following, but I, alas, could think only of one thing:

"Jihad Dib could have been a Lib. The new Labor MP for Lakemba was sounded out about joining the Liberals a few years back... Mr Dib said he joined Labor because he was drawn to the party's values..." (Labor's star principal Dib was courted by Libs, Miles Godfrey, Daily Telegraph, 30/3/15)

So WTF are these vaunted Labor values?

In the proverbial nutshell: opportunism, of course, and... Zionism.

Both of which, of course, make Lab virtually indistinguishable from Lib.

Speaking of which, allow me to remind you that reconfirmed NSW Premier Mike (Messiah) Baird had promised Sydney's Jewish community that, if elected, he would be leading a trade delegation to Israel. (See my 23/2/15 post Menage a Trois.)

Where else?

What's the guess that the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies is even now tapping him on the shoulder and reminding him of his promise. Nor, I hasten to add, was this bizarre pledge of allegiance mentioned anywhere in the msm's NSW election coverage.

(Hey, maybe Messiah could make it a joint LibLab affair and invite Foley and Dib to tag along?)

The dismal fact is that, as in US politics, while Lib and Lab (state or federal) may differ marginally on this or that issue, they are both irredeemably in thrall to Zionism.


Anonymous said...

A report on Sydney's 2UE this morning, just 2 days after the election, claimed that Labor was already conducting opinion polls in the two inner west seats won by the Greens.

They're alarmed at the implications for the corresponding federal seats held by Anthony Albanese and Tanya (Once Was Warrior) Plibersek, who campaigned in person in Annandale.

Imagine the histrionics and gnashing of teeth at Labor HQ if the pollsters asked a question BDS.

Anonymous said...

Well I wish they would ring me. I live in Tanya's electorate and stopped voting for her once she decided to ignore the plight of the Palestinians in the interests of pursuing her personal political goals.