Australian Politics

The Death of Industry foreshadows the Abbott Government

An augury foreshadows Australian Industry, and as if in symbolic defiance, the Port Kembla Copper stack crumbles as the PM Tony Abbott echoes the benefits of employment equality for all Australians.

As the plume of dust rises from the remnants of Australias industrial past, Tony Abbott espouses his aspirational ideologies for Australias, and Australians, working futures. Imposing a sense of definition, concerning his own projected ideal of self upon Australians far and wide, with 65-years of industrial historiographical authorship collapsing alongside these sentiments, as Abbott uttered them to the Australian business community.

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With the IMF reiterating the very need of continuance to stimulate economies across the globe, another large corporation moves off shore, taking much needed jobs from Australians on a daily basis.

Tony Abbott proclaimed that he would create 1-million jobs for 1-million Australians, what he didn’t tell you was that first there needs to be a deconstruction of industry and economy in Australia, thereby paving the way to create a mini age of entitlement, so that the people of manufacturing and industry, that have fallen upon the muddied paths cut from the Australian landscape by fleeing corporations, can retrain themselves and seek out their own futures. Defining themselves through the bleakness of welfare and work for the dole endeavours. And just like our grandfathers, the roads and rails of the future will roll out, covered in the sweat and blood of Australias welfare chain gangs.

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Tony Abbott recognises that if anything, “the employment gap has gone back a little bit,” whilst speaking to remaining Australian business peoples today. Poignantly to his right on the screen (in the above video), the 65-year old Port Kembla Copper stack begins to crumble.

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The end is nigh many are saying, as more and more of historically fundamental industries flee Australian shores, taking jobs desperately needed by Australian families. And as jobs move off shore daily, Australians now await more Abbott government cuts and how they too will affect each and every Australian.

WA is most likely about to have a new Federal senate vote and Tasmania is to go to the polls in March, send the Abbott government a message and bring back Labor to Tasmania, bring back jobs to Australian shores and define the Australia that you want to live in.

JMO

JMO

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