The Love Australia Or Leave Team
I believe both sides Liberal and Labor are now incapable of making any decisions that will be in the best interests of Australia. The Australian people have lost confidence in our government.
More than ever we need a strong government with strong policies and a strong leader. We need a government that is willing to do what is in the best interest of Australia and its people.
There are a lot of people who still believe that this country is still worth fighting for.
“I believe that if a country is worth living in it is worth fighting for”.
I do not like where the current LNP Government or a future Labor Government will take Australia and Australians which is why I have decided to stand for the Senate with LAOL party, which in my opinion is a true patriotic party who wants to put Australia and Australians first.
I was born in Parkes NSW and currently live there but I have also lived in Sydney and America.
I have had various jobs from the family farm, working in factories, a car salesman, truck driver to private security and Primary carer etc.
I know the pain that regular Aussies go through on a daily basis.
Politically correct I am not, I tell it how I see it and if asked my opinion I give my opinion no matter if it upsets or offends people.
It is time to get out of the UN and stop their dictation to Australia and what we have to do, who we have let in and who we have to give money to. We need to put Australia and Australians first and foremost.
With the diversity of the Australian climate we should not be importing food and supporting farmers from other countries when our very own farmers are hurting and can not compete with cheap overseas products which we have no control over how it is grown, chemicals used or if they are GMO.
Growing up Australia had thriving manufacturing and textiles industries that have all now been moved to overseas costing Australian jobs.
Australia should be self sufficient in everything, we have the natural resources here to do so.
Current and previous governments have done nothing but slowly but surely sold Australia off to the highest bidder without the permission of the people whom they are susposed to represent and the true owners of public assets.
We need to put a perminant ban on Sharia law, the burka and the Halal tax.
I have always loved Australia and our way of life but recently I have seen changes, in my opinion not for the better, and apathy from government parties who no longer seem to have the best interest of Australians at heart. Australia needs a government who has a focus on addressing the issues of poverty, homelessness and the lack of facilities available to returned servicemen and woman, before taking on problems of foreign affairs.
“The legacy we will leave for our children depends on the actions we take today”.
I have been in the Mining Industry for 30 years.
I have serious misgivings about the huge influx of Islamic and illegal immigrants into Australia and feel the current federal government is doing nothing towards curtailing this. At a state level, we need to refuse to accept any Islamic immigrants and to have those here already, subjected to comprehensive background checks as to their affiliations and actions.
I want to see more resources directed towards regional areas in infrastructure as well as medical and education services.
I’d like to see better value for money spent on all government capital works projects including the seemingly acceptable huge cost over runs on every major project. A Quote should be accurate within 10 to 15% not over run by 100% and more.
I’m against privatisation of publicly owned utilities like water and power. Privitisation can only lead to higher cost to the end user as a profit component has to be incorporated into the cost. I’d like to see this stopped and if possible, recovered where practical.
I would most certainly like to see the Education Department re appraise the curriculum. Mathematics, English and an all inclusive covering of European as well as Indigenous Australian history. European history has much more impact on our way of life and how we came to be here so it should be the major part of the subject taught in schools.
A big thing for me is to see aboriginal people included as Australians. Not Aboriginal Australians but to get to the stage where Aboriginals feel they are a part of our society and not on the fringe. Pouring huge amounts of money at this matter is not the answer. We need to actually listen to the Aboriginal people – not talk at them but just LISTEN. And education is one of the crucial elements as I believe Aboriginal education is in a worse state now than it was 30 and 40 years ago.