Australians are addicted to Ponzi.

The Victorian state election in Australia last weekend shocked the political class on all sides right across the nation. The incumbent Labor government which hailed itself as “the most progressive government in the nation” had suffered a string of disastrous missteps culminating in the Bourke street terror attack just a few weeks before. A half dozen of Labor’s sitting members are even under police investigation for potential election crimes committed the last time round.

In the state that they have done so much to destroy they won such a massive majority that they hardly know what to do with all of the seats they’ve gained.

Many reasons for this electoral whitewash have been bandied around. The Liberal party in this latest state election stood for nothing. They had no coherent policy. In fact, they changed their policies depending upon which seat they were attempting to win. This sort of feckless electoral whoring was too much even for the dim sparks of Melbourne.

It doesn’t help that the opposition Liberal party isn’t even remotely conservative any more. Why vote for Labor-lite when you can just vote Labor? The Liberal party now stands for nothing, hollowed out and destroyed by the left-wing elements that have steadily taken over the once conservative party. This has culminated today with the news that Federal Liberal MP Julia Banks has quit the party to sit on the crossbench as an independent. Banks is a hard core lefty and virtue signaler and she is massively upset that her best buddy Turnbull recently got the much needed boot.

Frankly, how anyone can stand for election in a conservative party while brandishing their left-wing credentials is simply beyond me. But these core problems in the Liberal party are mere symptoms of a greater malaise, and it is this reason why Labor enjoyed such a tremendous victory.

Victoria is the new Indian state of Australia with Melbourne as its epicenter. If you don’t believe me then go there and catch any suburban train. The incoming Indian white replacement arrivals go to Melbourne while Sydney gets the Chinese equivalent. Mixed in with these are the Middle Eastern and African replacements who certainly punch above their weight in the “scare the shit out of the Anglos” division.

This steady and unrelenting stream of arrivals has helped these two cities to enjoy a property boom that is to all intensive purposes ludicrous. Melbourne and Sydney real estate has doubled in value since 2012 at a time when the world’s economies were generally in the shithouse. But things are not well in the Australian property market. This year property values have dropped off ever so slightly. Cooler heads would observe that this is just a much needed and very small correction to what are already enormous gains. But it couldn’t have come at a worse time for the Liberal party. What won it for Labor? This won it:

Now, they plan to plunge us further into debt to fund the infrastructure for the people who are going to replace us:

His second term Labor government is promising to deliver more road and rail and plans to borrow $25 billion for it, doubling net debt to 12 per cent of gross state product.

Before the election, he said his first order of business once re-elected would be to kickstart work on Monday on Melbourne’s $15.8 billion North East Link toll road.

The new infrastructure plans for Melbourne are huge. They will need to be. Melbourne is one of the two main dumping grounds for the hundreds of thousands of people who come to Australia every year.

Melbornians are addicted to the Ponzi scheme and thus they have voted for poz. All the locals want to know is that the great immigration replacement scheme will continue unabated so that they may continue to enjoy the unearned fruits of massively inflated property values. I mean, if they didn’t have this new and wonderful wealth, what would they have to boast about while enjoying a latte in sunny Brighton?

Brighton, the most hard-core Liberal base in the city came very close to electing a candidate that Labor had fielded as a throwaway joke, a 19 year old kid fresh out of high school.

For more than 150 years the seat of Brighton has not been touched by Labor hands. The electorate was considered so safe, Labor was willing to run as a token candidate a 19-year-old university student who didn’t hold a driver’s licence and two months ago wasn’t even a member of the party.

Declan Martin probably won’t win the seat but he has given the Liberals the scare of the century.

Labor promised massive infrastructure and that is code word for “continue to bring in the hordes” which keeps the property Ponzi scheme going, maybe, who knows. It’s the only thing that Australians, particularly those in the eastern major cities have right now. If that goes then the entire economy comes crashing down.

Australians aren’t stupid. They know on which side their bread is buttered. Take a few more years of your house going up in value, sell it and move somewhere overseas, and then drink white wine on the beach while lamenting how Australia has fallen to the foreign devils.

14 thoughts on “Australians are addicted to Ponzi.

  1. Tom

    “Frankly, how anyone can stand for election in a conservative party while brandishing their left-wing credentials is simply beyond me.”

    I agree but there is an explanation even if we have to delve into religion a bit.

    Basically, Liberalism contains the seeds of its own destruction and will not last much longer. After the Reformation the complex sacred order of Chistendom, which had synethized with ancient Greek thought, and was therefore wholly European in nature, was subverted and replaced.

    This new religion led to the thirst for wealth and power without responsibility, and needed a new political dogma free of the concept of sin…Liberalism.

    Oddly, Liberalism is turning on its creator,Christianity, will destroy it, and then they will both cease to exist.

    Read “Luther and His Progeny” by John Rao.

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  2. Tom

    Just to clarify, I mean Protestantism will be destroyed, or will continue dividing ad infinitum beyond the current number of sects, believed to be about 32,000, until it is absorbed and disappears. Catholicism too, is under seige, by the anti-Pope Francis and his minions.

    Hard core Catholicism will survive as a small remnant, and hopefully recover European core values.

    What other hope is there?

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  3. Dave

    Half the cabinet is female too, and Andrews is virtue signalling it with full voice. One beta male loser actually was proud to have been forced to resign to make this happen!

    For politicians, plus the average voters, it’s clear that love of God, King/Queen and county, respect for their inheritance and duty to their descendants, means absolutely nothing.

    It’s complete self interest. They clearly lack the ability to put their own personal interests behind the above.

    Money money money.

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  4. Mr Black

    I haven’t voted for at least 10 years in any election, when both parties favour basically the same polices but argue furiously about what color to paint their offices, voting as if you have a choice is pointless. It’s the same uniparty game that Trump has exposed in the US. An illusion of choice to keep people docile.

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    1. Unfortunately voting is compulsory in Australia. They give you no real voting choice in the two parties, then force you to vote, and finally punish you if you don’t obey.

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      1. Dave

        Well… it’s compulsory to turn up and get your name marked off, you can still deface the ballot papers like I did, I refuse to “vote” while it’s (a) not my choice to do so and (b) no party really offers anything of (white) value to me. The fine is approaching $100 if you don’t get your name marked off, if you don’t pay the fine here in VIC they cancel your drivers license / car rego and can move to seize property or other assets and force their sale, I’ve noticed they are running those roadside vans that read number plates used by the state sheriff’s office for collecting unpaid fines at a high rate now.

        “Australians aren’t stupid” – I disagree 100% Adam, the majority of whites are first class f’kn idiots / cucks who see nothing wrong with the current state of the country, Melbourne public transport is like visiting a mobile 3rd world zoo, I refuse to use it.

        Thank Christ I have no kids who will be left to deal with this horror when the mask is no longer needed and finally drops.

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  5. PB

    The people have learned that they can vote themselves the contents of the Treasury. Melbourne is a cesspit of third-world shitholers who only ever came here for the free stuff and they’ve learned that Labor will supply to hold power, even at the expense of the Nation’s future.

    Its over. The Australian experiment is as dead as the American experiment.

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  6. MatrixTransform

    a few positives outta the Labour policy/promises …

    first, they promise all the rail crossing in Chelsea to be removed. bonus! Getting to the beach and to Woolworths will be hell easy!

    second, extend the Frankston freeway practically from where I live to where our factory is located. Bonus! 15 minute commutes

    third, Liberals didnt get in and the Injecting Room at Richmond is now full steam ahead which locks in my $100k contract. Bonus! Jetski for xmas

    …and the costs are socialized….BONUS!!!!

    “other people’s money” … etc

    The other day I was reading about stamp duty receipts for Vic which have been dropping this year. Dunno if I got the quick mental math correct in my head but, it appears state revenue is down 10%.

    look out below.

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    1. PB

      I seem to recall that Victoria’s Labor-induced bankruptcy at the end of the 80s was heavily driven by stamp-duty revenue collapsing just as spending was ramped up to pay everyone in the public sector for RDOs and Family-Leave days.

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      1. Dave

        Yup – that was John Cain I believe if my old memory isn’t failing me… I always remember the fight he had with the tram union who parked hundreds of trams around the Melbourne CBD to block traffic as part of their beef over the introduction of the Met ticketing system… Cain shutdown the tram power grid to stop them being moved to further disrupt traffic… then there was the pyramid building society disaster which was not legally covered by the bank bailout legislation, but so many cry babies back then forced an added state petrol tax onto the rest of us to bail out all the idiot mums and dads who expected us all to cover the risk they took. Then there was the Tricontinental bank failure that threatened to take down the State Bank of Victoria (our largest institution)…. which had to be sold to the Commonwealth Bank to avoid this….he then resigned in 1990.

        As they say….”the more things change the more they stay the same”.

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  7. Post Alley Crackpot

    It’s the same as America I suppose, and the same as the UK: urban leftists don’t know who they are, what they are, and what they stand for, and so they feel they may as well import “pet classes” of people so they can feel better about themselves as “good people”.

    Meanwhile, the people who have traditionally gone on to become the outer city and near rural aristocracy once again say to hell with the lot of them whilst packing up to leave.

    If your local voting population is hell-bent on importing new voters who will conspire to transfer as much of your wealth as possible, why not actually enjoy some fine glasses of wine during the period that your property will increase in value, and why not take those profits early so you can get out while the getting out is very good?

    The people who are smart enough to get out of Sodom and Gomorrah before divine intervention arrives are the real lesson of that parable, not Lot and his salty ex-wife, with one exception: when you’re packing up to leave, don’t look back as if to compare how good you’re going to have it with how good it used to be, because you’ll never be able to return to how it was.

    I’ve had that experience in my life, and I can sum it up with the name of a place: Montserrat.

    Otherwise, nota bene: “… that is to all intensive purposes ludicrous …” should be: “… that is for all intents and purposes ludicrous …” because it’s a well-known usage error.

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  8. Tom

    Yes, it seems that we are divided into two broad categories; those trying to resist the Marxist/Freemason tsunami, and those who say “Bring it on!”

    Before I retired, and on a much smaller scale, of course, I often used the second tactic. Let stupidity come to a head, wait for collapse, then apply the solution. Quite servicable.

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