The free market is not the enemy

Just a note to say that the free market is not the enemy of working people in Australia. Periodically we see silly articles about ‘neoliberalism’ as the great evil that we all must fight against, that is downgrading our lives etc etc.

In fact the greatest profiteers on the rich side are the ones who OPPOSE the free market. The multimillionaire nightclub owner who demands visa labor to work in his places because he’s horrified of having to pay proper market wages; and the farmers who likewise demand visa slaves who get paid $5 an hour or face deportation. The mining companies that claim a lifetime monopoly stake on our minerals and pay us a lousy royalty of 5% when they feel like it. All the corrupt rentiers getting cushy government contracts from their government mates. The banks (who are really undeclared network monopolies) who use the ‘four pillars’ monopoly to gouge what they can. Software monopolists like Microsoft; network monopolies like Google and Facebook. All the ‘public servants’ (many of whom got their jobs through nepotism and mates) who know they can’t be sacked. And of course the press gallery and the media who consider it their sacred professional duty to suck up to these people (in particular by pushing wage lowering bonded visa immigration- we can’t have market forces raising wages, can we?).

The real, genuine, free market is the best friend ordinary Australians have ever had. Or it would be if it were really allowed to operate, instead of all the rentiers, market-riggers and spivs who have it operating in their own interest instead.

The most important laws, hands down, economically in our country are our competition laws. They should be massively beefed up and strengthened, as should there be a total ban on bonded visa labor slaves. Nobody should be working in Australia who can be threatened with deportation if they quit. That is not work, that is slavery. (Got that, fruit growers?) And our anti corruption laws need a massive boost as well. We’re all getting ripped off blind by the elites who hate free markets and have rigged things accordingly; and our pathetic ‘media’ who cheer it on.


Is Australia worth saving?

Australia has no functioning economy, it just consists of flogging off land and citizenship to benefit narrow elites (university administrators, property developers) while destroying the standard of living for everyone else.

The political parties are now two hollowed out nearly identical organizations, who exist to get cushy jobs for their members and extract ‘donations’ and bribes from property developers to stay in power.

On top of this, our ‘media’ are just useless PR hacks, whose main jobs are to publish government ‘announceables’ (ironically titled ‘exclusives’, as if they ever investigated anything), push higher immigration/visa slaves (the only substantive policy they are allowed to discuss: provided they support it), write crap about their stupid little Canberra bubble workplace (they hate writing about policies- it puts the focus on facts rather than themselves and their little gossipy ‘contacts’) and suck up to the governments (the only reliable advertisers as all other economic activity has collapsed apart from mining and the abovementioned immigration scammers).

Forming a nasty little crust on the top of this society wide boil are our useless public servants; paying themselves grossly inflated salaries while doing nothing but virtue signalling (and sneering at the rest of us for our ‘misogyny’ and racism).

The real problem is, however, the lazy voters, who get easily sucked in by endless media ad campaigns and worthless ‘feel good’ advertising by government and have no sense of the public interest. People respond to incentives, and nothing else: our society has a thin veneer of civilization which barely overrides the selfish lazy free riders who dont give a stuff about anyone but their own interests. Not sure if its worth saving. Damn.


The Press Gallery write urgently-(about themselves).

The Press Gallery have been sent to the center of power of Australia, where, daily , decisions are made which affect millions of people’s lives. And what do the press gallery write about?

Well, here’s a recent article by ABC press gallery journalist Patricia Karvelas which talks about the urgent issue of…well…herself. Her brave fight against ‘misogyny’ etc etc; what the journalists are feeling etc etc.

I’m not sure if the ABC press gallery journalists have realized it yet, but we pay them to report about the news: not themselves. When journalists write about themselves (and the little canberra ‘bubble’ of politicians/journalists and their little dealings and their silly little ‘leadership challenges’ etc etc) then the rest of us are being shortchanged by not hearing about the issues that we sent them there to cover.

One reason that there are so many issues that are unfixed in our society – overcrowded hospitals, underemployment, social breakdown, collapsing environment; the almost toxic corruption evident everywhere; is that nobody bothers to write about them. Maybe the press gallery could possibly, just, if its not too much trouble, start writing about issues instead of themselves?


Press gallery demand deaths- (otherwise its racist)

India is currently experiencing an uncontrolled outbreak of corona virus. People are dying in the streets, there is no oxygen or treatment in the hospitals; there are unprecedented deaths.

Any sensible country would, (like most have done), ban flights from there.  And Australia has.  Our emergency departments cannot cope, (even now, without the virus).  Most of the recent outbreaks from quarantine in Australia have been caused by people from India. And 30% (likely more) of the people trying to board flights from India are positive.  This is easily enough to swamp our quarantine system (which is only a last gasp solution and relies on the fact that most people in it do not have the virus).

But, our elites and media are in confected outraged. How dare we protect people who are already here! How dare we protect our health system!  We must immediately open our borders to all people coming from India  – so they can flood our hospitals (because theirs don’t work).

Note this demand for Indian travel is not a grassroots movement.  It is not driven by the majority of Australians, but rather our elitist, sneering, unlimited immigration, cheap-bonded-labor media (and the Indian diaspora).  The media’s desperate attempts to smear this ban, to spread deaths so they can have their open borders and their revenue, is truly nauseating.  Ordinary Australians, of course, fully support the ban in overwhelming numbers (but you wouldn’t know that from the toxic, biased coverage).

Our elites have departed from their normal view that Australia be flooded with cheap, stressed bonded visa workers to a new low- demanding that we literally give up our lives in favor of their wonderful open borders and ‘diversity’ (aka lowcost submissive labor).

Fairfax and the ABC have been a particular disgrace. Every day, there is a lying article on the Age or the SMH site about the India ban. Firstly, they started by saying that all the Indian travellers were in wonderful health, and its simple racism to not let them come back.  Now, (as the obvious fact that sick people in India are trying to flee to our health system)  stares them in the face, they are running ludicrous articles about people who have tested positive for covid, saying how horrible it is they aren’t allowed to come over here; and how their ‘human rights’ are being affected.

If anyone in the UK or USA tested positive for Covid- they would not be able to fly to Australia. That is simple common sense. But, somehow,  if the people are from India, they have a god given (or media given?) right to simply come over here and do what they like.

This is pure, criminal, racism.  This is racism in its core, most disgusting, form. The media, based on a vile position that people from overseas should be given preference over people already here, are demanding (without any popular support or consent from the people who will die) a wave of deaths. 

Make no mistake, the minute there is any flow to Australia of people from India, there will be thousands of deaths. Deaths of the most vulnerable, of the aged, people with cancer.    And every single one of these deaths will be, (no ifs, no buts), caused by our elitist, open borders, sneering media.  They should be held fully civilly and criminally liable for it. Enough is enough, elites.

Update (6th June). Well, they opened up flights, and, lo and behold, we’ve had a wave of infections and deaths. A look at where the infection spread from leaves no doubt as to its ultimate origin. Hilariously, elite media wrote an article saying ‘It doesn’t matter where it came from’. Yes it does. You guys encouraged it. The guilt is on your hands, elites.