Another new party possibly on our side

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Re: Another new party possibly on our side

Post by trekin » 13 Dec 2018, 4:20 pm

bigfellascott wrote:
Gaznazdiak wrote:Preferences have put the rabid vegan apocalypse back in it's box, it would seem

Greens 'doomed' to repeat failures unless they learn from election rout, ousted MP says
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-12-12/v ... e/10612276


Couldn't give a f*** about a Greens retard, they are seriously weird people and will destroy our lives and the world if these types ever get full control!! :thumbsdown:

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Re: Another new party possibly on our side

Post by Gaznazdiak » 13 Dec 2018, 4:28 pm

Oh dear, I should have been more specific it seems.
My comment wasn't an expression of sympathy for the Greens, I would have thought the "rabid vegan" reference would have illustrated that but never mind. :roll:

My point was about preferences. The Green with 13% was defeated by another micro party candidate with 1.26%, by preferences.

That's all.
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Re: Another new party possibly on our side

Post by bigrich » 13 Dec 2018, 5:10 pm

bigfellascott wrote:Thanks for that Trekin, all I can say is if you vote Lab or Lib you'd be a moron especially if you think things will get better under either, all they do is Lie and BS everyone so they can get control, they have f*** all ideas left that will make like better for the Australian Public, it's all about more restrictions and more taxes of one sort or another, people need to wake the f*** up and stop thinking its only a choice between labor or Libs - there are better options out there that people need to start looking towards.

Sadly that won't happen and all they will do is keep bitching about how bad things are yet they never seem to get the fact they contributed to that fact because they keep voting Lab or Libs, bunch of retarded f***s that they are!


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Re: Another new party possibly on our side

Post by bigfellascott » 13 Dec 2018, 9:34 pm

Gaznazdiak wrote:Oh dear, I should have been more specific it seems.
My comment wasn't an expression of sympathy for the Greens, I would have thought the "rabid vegan" reference would have illustrated that but never mind. :roll:

My point was about preferences. The Green with 13% was defeated by another micro party candidate with 1.26%, by preferences.

That's all.


I never thought you were in favor of them Mick, I just can't stand the weird little ****** and the crap they want us all to believe in - they will have us all getting stoned and f***ing each other if they had their way whilst munching a mungbean/tofu salad sandwich with fake "bacon" on it.

Oxygen thieves the lot of em. :thumbsdown:
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Re: Another new party possibly on our side

Post by Gaznazdiak » 13 Dec 2018, 9:43 pm

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Re: Another new party possibly on our side

Post by Gaznazdiak » 13 Dec 2018, 9:50 pm

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Ah Scott you are a sick, sick man.

You gave me a mental picture of Sarah Unhandsome-Young having sex with a mung bean.

Goodness me I'm going to have to find a really special stick to poke that out of my mind's eye.

I wasn't pointing that one at you mate.
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Re: Another new party possibly on our side

Post by Member-Deleted » 01 Jan 2019, 2:56 pm

bigfellascott wrote:Thanks for that Trekin, all I can say is if you vote Lab or Lib you'd be a moron especially if you think things will get better under either, all they do is Lie and BS everyone so they can get control, they have f*** all ideas left that will make like better for the Australian Public, it's all about more restrictions and more taxes of one sort or another, people need to wake the f*** up and stop thinking its only a choice between labor or Libs - there are better options out there that people need to start looking towards.

Sadly that won't happen and all they will do is keep bitching about how bad things are yet they never seem to get the fact they contributed to that fact because they keep voting Lab or Libs, bunch of retarded f***s that they are!


Well said, take Queensland for example, While many Queensland voters voted for this debacle of a government, these would mainly be made up of non firearm owners and non farming people, unfortunately there would of been some in these groups, especially shooters, that did vote for labor.

As far as I am concerned, any shooter that voted for labor and to a lesser degree, the LNP, has no right to complain about about this type of action by the authorities, many times I hear the pissweak excuse that they had no choice, as there were no other suitable candidates, I say to shooters, what have you done personally to help provide suitable candidates?

Until the QLD SFFP have people on seats in parliament, nothing is going to change for the better, the KAP are about the only other party that will do anything really positive for shooters, even they will not stand by shooters to the degree the QLD SFFP will, forget one nation, their firearms policy is weak and stems from a last minute bid to try and grab shooter votes, Hanson taking on Mark Latham is a good indication of her commitment to shooters, they will sell us out at the drop of a hat.

Some of us have worked very hard to provide an alternative by getting the SFFP registered in Queensland, we have supplied the basis for shooters and others to have a viable party to support, but what has happened, nothing, far to many shooters prefer to continue to sit back and whinge, rather than grab this opportunity and do something with it.

I regularly hear, “what are the SFFP doing about it, and what are you offering us,” type comments, we don’t have a magic wand, if shooters want change for the better, they need stop expecting everyone else to make it happen for them, I say to those making these type of comments, what have YOU done to make change for the better.

Shooters have two choices, get off your apathetic backsides and help ensure you get some of your own people into parliament, or be prepared to have legal access to firearms completely removed in a few short years.

The other comment I get from those making excuses for voting for more of the same hurt is, that they vote for the majors because they are concerned about things other than guns etc, things like jobs, health and law enforcement, it doesn’t take a lot to see the major parties are doing a crap job with these as well, and continuing to vote for them just means more of the same garbage.

Until shooters get politically active in the right areas, nothing is going to change for the better.
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