Self-diagnosis – another ALP “plan”

According to ALP Policy, “Medicare Urgent Care Clinics…will make it easier for Australian families to see a doctor or a nurse when they have an urgent, but not life threatening, need for care”. “Why do we need this?”, they ask:“Many local emergency departments are under significant pressure. This means it can take hours for people …

“Making it easier to see a doctor”

Q. Should the government “make it easier to see a doctor”? Well sure, but like most ALP aspirations it is half-baked. The real goal of a Health policy is to: “Improve community health” Will “making it easier to see a doctor” result in “improved Community Health”?Unlikely because it only addresses the symptoms. The Labor party …

What is Australia’s next disaster?

In 1908, Dorothea Mackellar wrote My Country: I love a sunburnt country,A land of sweeping plains,Of ragged mountain ranges,Of droughts and flooding rains.I love her far horizons,I love her jewel-sea,Her beauty and her terrorThe wide brown land for me! In the last few years, resilient Australians have endured both natural disasters and human ones. Floods …

We’d rather eat Wuhan bats…

…than be affiliated with the ALP! ALP.news was registered and founded in January 2019, when ALP Politicians blocked the author from asking legitimate questions on their Facebook posts about ALP Policy, like “Can you provide costing for your 50% ‘Renewables’ policy?”. Politicians should not block voters from posing legitimate questions about their policies. Facebook should …

Our success is Labor’s ‘poison’

March 5, 2012 – Wayne Swan, the ALP Treasurer, launches an attack on Australia’s most successful mining entrepreneurs… Last week, Wayne Swan “intensified his campaign against some of the biggest names in Australian mining” calling for “a pitched battle against the influence of vested interests”. Today, Swan “criticised the big three: Andrew Forrest, Clive Palmer …

Albanese: Is Dog-whistling in Labor’s DNA?

Look at the photo, entitled ‘Where Anthony Stands’ and identify where he stands, literally. Plus ├ža Change! 5 years ago, Bill Shorten posed for an Ad called ‘Australians First’. Identify in the Ad where Shorten stands: In 2017, “Anthony Albanese criticised an ALP video at the centre of racism accusations, saying it is a ‘shocker’ …

Albanese plagiarises lines from a movie

“He is only interested in two things: making Australians afraid of it and telling them who’s to blame for it.”Anthony Albanese, at the National Press Club, 26 January 2012 ”He is interested in two things and two things only: making you afraid of it and telling you who’s to blame for it.”Andrew Shepard [Michael Douglas] …