Minorities Destroying Democracy in Australia

Minorities Destroying Democracy in Australia

Minorities Destroying Democracy in Australia

The political focus on minority interests in Australia is destroying democracy as politicians scramble to appeal to those groups. The amount of money being wasted on minorities by the government in staggering. The cycle is pathetic, speak out against minorities the media will beat you, become pro-minority and the media loves you. Stop supporting the sycophant politicians and media.

$525m for the LGBTQ right to marry plebiscite.
Billions upon billions spent on refugees.

These are just a couple of highlight items, the governments endless handouts to minority groups is a weight on the Australian economy that can not be sustained.

The support for minorities consumes not only Australia’s resources but it consumes massive amounts of political thought, policy and debate.

While those matters take priority, the average Australian is left on hisher lonesome when it comes to representation in parliament.

Taxation without representation, the same forces that led to the Eureka Rebellion are back in play in modern day Australia.

No, it is not just the white people, every descent hard working Aussie regardless of their ancestry is facing an ever increasing burden of taxation and regulation to support the politicians love affair with minorities.

Date
(30 June)
Gross debt
(A$ billion)
Debt ceiling
(A$ billion)
2004 59.628 n/a
2005 60.103 n/a
2006 59.078 n/a
2007 58.273 75
2008 60.451 75
2009 101.136 200
2010 147.122 200
2011 191.282 250
2012 233.968 300
2013 257.370 300
2014 319.479 n/a
2015 368.730 n/a
2016 420.405 n/a
2017
(11 Apr)
551.750 n/a
Source: Commonwealth of Australia
Source: Australian Debt Clock

In the seven years from 2004 to 2010 seen Australian debt jump over 100%, from 2010 to 2017 it jumped almost 400%. The writing is on the wall, funding these minority interests and ignoring the average Australian could see Australia reach a terminal debt level with 20 years.

The other area where Australian’s must step up and stop the politicians is their incessant desire to give countries hand outs.

Here are a few horrifying facts about Australia’s freebie program, for foreign countries.


Overview of Australia’s aid program to Indonesia
2017-18 Total Australian ODA Estimated Outcome
$359.0 million
2018-19 Bilateral Budget Estimate
$266.4 million
2018-19 Total Australian ODA Estimate
$316.2 million

Overview of Australia’s aid program to Sub-Saharan Africa
How we are helping
2017-18 Total Australian ODA Estimated Outcome
$137.3 million
2018-19 Bilateral Budget Estimate
$31.8 million
2018-19 Total Australian ODA Estimate
$121.1 million

Overview of Australia’s aid program to Vietnam
How we are helping
2017-18 Total Australian ODA Estimated Outcome
$82.2 million
2018-19 Bilateral Budget Estimate
$58.4 million
2018-19 Total Australian ODA Estimate
$84.2 million


Overview of Australia’s aid program to Afghanistan
How we are helping
2017-18 Total Australian ODA Estimated Outcome
$80.7 million
2018-19 Bilateral Budget Estimate
$80.0 million
2018-19 Total Australian ODA Estimate
$80.2 million

Overview of Australia’s aid program to the Philippines
How we are helping
2017-18 Total Australian ODA Estimated Outcome
$83.2 million
2018-19 Bilateral Budget Estimate
$67.0 million
2018-19 Total Australian ODA Estimate
$85.4 million

Overview of Australia’s aid program to Cambodia
How we are helping
2017-18 Total Australian ODA Estimated Outcome
$89.1 million
2018-19 Bilateral Budget Estimate
$56.1 million
2018-19 Total Australian ODA Estimate
$83.6 million

Overview of Australia’s aid program to Myanmar
How we are helping
2017-18 Total Australian ODA Estimated Outcome
$84.2 million
2018-19 Bilateral Budget Estimate
$42.1 million
2018-19 Total Australian ODA Estimate
$76.9 million

Overview of Australia’s assistance for agriculture and food security
How we are helping
2018-19 Budget Estimate:
$247.7 million

This is Aid for farmers, farmers OUTSIDE OF AUSTRALIA

The Australian worker cannot afford this, Australian businessmen can not survive and the country is continually punishing those that contribute the most to society.

Australia has to stop the foreign corporations like Amazon, Google, Apple and Facebook operating tax free in Australia, stop the foreign aid, stop the influx of refugees and start thinking about Australians.

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Shayne Heffernan Funds Manager at HEFFX holds a Ph.D. in Economics and brings with him over 25 years of trading experience in Asia and hands on experience in Venture Capital, he has been involved in several start ups that have seen market capitalization over $500m and 1 that reach a peak market cap of $15b. He has managed and overseen start ups in Mining, Shipping, Technology and Financial Services.

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