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March In March Australia 2014: A national protest as a vote of no confidence in the Abbott Government’s policies January 21, 2014

Leesa Little has done my work for me.
This is the protest march I have gotten involved for my home town recently via Facebook.
Thank you Leesa!
This gives me time to write my take on March in March.
This is what we’re all about folks.

That Owl

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No matter how it happened or who is to blame, the sad reality is that we as a nation have been inflicted with a self-serving excuse for a government. The country has completely unravelled under the Abbott Government and until now, we’ve felt utterly powerless against his will.

Based on their belief in unchallengeable power, Abbott led his campaign with lies and scare-tactics. Now that they hold the reins, they have broken promises and systematically torn apart long-standing and successful policies as quickly as they possibly could. This frenzied attack on our own country has done nothing to benefit anyone other than the rich – those who need assistance least of all.

Standing against human rights, they’ve instructed our Naval forces to turn back the desperate and down-trodden with force, they’ve denied marriage equality and they’ve cut the already minimal benefits to the needy in every possible sector.

Determined to…

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4 Responses to “March In March Australia 2014: A national protest as a vote of no confidence in the Abbott Government’s policies”

  1. I think Australia’s PM may be even worse than New Zealand’s (John Key). Which says a lot.


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