Liberal Party's bloody history forgotten as Morrison cries freedom


Scott Morrison’s song “People Who Want to Give Their Life Back” recalled that about 200 young men died in Vietnam after they were drafted by the political party, the Liberals, who could not save their lives.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on 18 November – to oppose opposition parties for “control of the people”:

[People] they want to meet again and want their lives back and want governments to stop saying what they should do and move forward in their future. “

Neoliberal speeches about how bad it is to have a credible government and laws that say they put “freedom” first, than anything else.

Even in the early 1970s, the Australian army was still in Vietnam, neoliberalism was fast becoming a hotbed of active Liberals and allies of the National Party – selling “white shoe brigade” instead of the Gold Coast.

Contrary to Bob Menzies’ grandfather

However, Scott Morrison, Prime Minister in 2021, would still be at odds with his political grandfather, Sir. Robert Menzies, if he really put freedom first.

Then-Prime Minister Menzies, as builder of “National Service“, he asserted that his successor had won the election, Harold Holt, 1966 – The idea of ​​supporting the military, banning communism and appealing to the United States overcame public hostility toward the military.

The same call was made cleverly. It facilitated the dedication of the low-cost groups, elevating nine slow-moving groups in Vietnam, each melting away, about 50%, by National Service troops.

There was no right to that. The boys were required to register at the age of 19 – about two years before the vote. There were other ways to make the thinkers more enthusiastic and empowered, which could eliminate potential criticism.

They were only men, so more than 50% of young people were not allowed. The election took place by voting so you did not register if your birthday did not arrive. Others may be released to help run the Women and Men business or their farm. Students and alumni can delay and extend, for example, by taking additional courses and increasing their practice time.

All of this means great help, the Liberal Government telling them what to do, taking them out of their lives to be sent to war, was done indefinitely for many at risk. The consequences can be obvious: 200 lives were suddenly abolished; many other lives, once barred from making their own decisions (unable to “receive a cup of coffee” as they wished), were systematically destroyed.

All, Injured in Australia 3,000 were wounded, more than 1,200 were drafted, and 521 were killed, 202 were drafted. 60,000 people served in Vietnam, 15,381 registered to go.

Zina comparing these losses come out slightly above or below, mainly due to differences in method.

Scott Morrison's Medusa complex

All justified as national security

Well, was that not justified in the name of national security, the issue of community solidarity and self-sacrifice for all? Just like getting a flu vaccine, even if it scares you a little bit, for the sake of everyone?

Apart from this, the Australian war in Vietnam was never allied as it was in World War I (no registration) or World War II (only enlisted in the Australian territory including New Guinea). The country is very fragmented, with very few opponents of Vietnam’s commitment – after 1966, it is constantly growing.

The main opposition party, Labor, strongly opposed the commitment and campaigned for the election on the pretext that hating conscientious objectors would get more votes than supporting the war. Liberal splinter groups, so-called Liberal Reform and after Australia Party, was also on the front lines of military and military action. This disrupted military support from the beginning and led to widespread opposition.

However the blockbuster success of the Liberals in “khaki choice”1966 laid the foundation for Menzies’ successor to his political grandson today. The project took six years to complete. At that time it was a global economic downturn (“stagflation”); the world had become a separate place and part of it was a new and attractive sect, driven by the abhorrence of money (under the motto “greed and goodness”) – the economic ideology of neo-liberalism.

Exercise of freedom

Scott Morrison felt he had a right to express his free will, old-fashioned, carefree to say the same thing from one day to the next, or to worry too much about facts.

Ironically, under the Morrison Liberal Government, more than 30,000 Australians have been barred from re-entering the country so far, in defiance of legal rights – no government has ever done anything to repatriate them by air.

Could that be less than the right of a person with a serious illness and do nothing about it, to go for a coffee?

Perhaps it touched Bob’s grandfather, who was also a lover visa restrictions even passports for communism and “fellow travelers”.

Morrison is credited with the NSW Electoral Labyrinth Of Doom

Words of history

On Thursday, November 18, the Prime Minister of Australia was summoned to express his condolences to the cause of the protest. to answer:

“I have no regrets about what is happening, but because of the Australian people who have done the right thing and have gone on strike and want to meet again and want their lives back and they want the governments to stop telling them what to do and have governments. Go back and move forward.” grief. ”

In neoliberal form, business was big before a local government:

“We do not accept the official vaccine provided by the government. Businesses can choose for themselves according to the law, but we do not want to tell them what to do or tell Australians what to do.”

Friday, November 19th, regarding vaccine levels:

“When we get to the top 80%, the scientific evidence and research show that Australians can live again. They have to go out and drink a cup of coffee in Brisbane, after 80% regardless of whether they have been vaccinated or not.

If it hadn’t come from the head of state, this could be thought of as a confused person, perhaps not very bright, not reading his shorts, but with a twisted tinpot talent, grabbing something to get him out of trouble. for a while.

If they say that the protagonists are motivated by closed fatigue and longing for long-term freedom, viewers may object – the group seems very angry, prepared and threatening this. If they do not have the limits, they can ruin the life of democracy if the senior political leaders encourage them to say they “understand” them.

Scotty captain of the school has departed from its depths

Edge of Liberal Party violence

Is this a violent part of the Liberal Party?

Are they imitating the American people and Morrison is imitating another man, Donald Trump, who as US President, after a brutal night of brutality released on the streets, announced that there is good people on both sides?

Apparently, his ambition was to get the right vote, which is repeated by the vote. attack on the United States Congress on January 6 – on the brink of a Republican insurgency that is raging.

If Robert Menzies’ grandfather had to watch, he would have the advice of a powerful successor to the head: “Don’t talk about understanding them; he will not accept counsel; they might want your head. ”

The whole article is published in subtropic.com.au.

Dr Lee Duffield is a former ABC foreign journalist, political and academic journalist.

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