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- Sack or have Julia Gillard resign?
- Contributed by: MrSquiggle ( 2 articles in 2012 )
RESIGN or be SACKED!Either way, Julia Gillard Must Go!
What do Australians think about a leader of a nation abusing and mocking public office for such a commercial, irrelevant and juvenile act that clearly, does not represent the best interests of the Australian people?
Has Julia Gillard just thrown political correctness out the window, simply to be replaced by some personal fantasy or agenda?
With Ms Gillard's outrageous performance she has clearly shown disrespect to Australia and it's people, the Mayans, the CSIRO, the Australian parliament and age old processes, her family and herself. What ever did possess her to do such a thing?
Whilst personal gratification, royalties and other rewards may flow to Ms Gillard from such a hideous and commercialised spectacle, many Australians feel a sense of betrayal, embarrassment and disdain toward Ms Gillard for such an undignified act abusing her position of power and trust.
What a disgrace and abomination are common responses from people — Ms Gillard must step down from the podium, the top job and from public office immediately, no butts about it!
And this applies to any leader regardless of gender, creed or colour, being labelled a public disgrace for misusing their position of power and influence, for personal gain at the expense of the collective good for which they were elected.
Above is a scene from the American movie Network (1976) which even after 36 years, still epitomises the mood of many people today who are beginning to wake up to the illusory game of politics and poor leadership retarding and bankrupting a nation.
Julia Gillard has simply demonstrated yet another example of what the people of Australia don't want or need, and the fact that perhaps her and her merry team of political buddies don't run the country, but are pawns and puppets of large corporations and those who control them.
Australians and good people around the world are getting oh so tired of 'plausible deniability' so many people in power seem to think is ok to use, just like the Gillard's spokesman brushing off the criticism saying: "What Australian doesn't mind a laugh from time to time? Anyway, the world's going to end tomorrow so shouldn't you be writing about that?"
Even experienced radio and political commentator Neil Mitchell questioned "is it demeaning to the office to be doing something quite as silly as that, particularly when it's presented in quite a serious fashion?"
As of this day, people on Facebook say Julia Gillard is Worst PM in Australian History (with 29,207 likes).
FUQ (Frequently Unanswered Questions)
Many questions still beg to be answered, such as:
- On whose authority or direction was the Prime Minister allowed to do a commercial for a local radio station that had no relevance to the Australian people in her capacity as Prime Minister of Australia?
- Is this simply another distraction for the Australian people to misdirect them away from the real issues of what is happening to our Australian lands, assets, titles and rights and well-being of the people?
- Is Ms Gillard simply having a mental breakdown?
- Does this latest episode give a further insight into the reality of Ms Gillard's being, showing how unfit she is to run a country?
- What does it say about the appropriateness of selection processes to choose the right people to lead and govern Australia?
- What compensation has or will Ms Gillard receive from doing this commercial?
- What reprimands has Ms Gillard received and from who?
- Where does Ms Gillard's credibility now stand?
- Where is Ms Gillard's explanation for doing something like this?
- Are the Australian people again having their apathetic behaviour tested?
- Where is Tony Abbott's (Opposition Leader) response?
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