What has Dastayari actually done wrong this time ?
He had private talks with a prominent Chinese businessman. So what ? That’s exactly what Trumble, Julia Pissup and other leading “Liberals” (that’s Aussie for “Fascists”) have done and keep doing regularly, and they also keep accepting huge donations to Liberal Party funds from the same Chinese business men on a regular basis.
He supposedly recommended they go outside for a private conversation and leave their mobiles behind them to guarantee privacy. What’s wrong with that ? I’d have done the same myself, if I thought Big Fascist Brother was secretly listening in on my conversations. The “Liberals” are always touting what they call “freedom of speech”…
The born-to-rule Libs are big on what they call “National Security,” so big it amounts to paranoia. Of course Fascism requires an Enemy for it to function — both an external enemy to go to war with if necessary and an internal one to validate the spying on our own people, and to unite the “Nation” against. “Nation” doesn’t mean all the people, but translates as “supporters of the born-to-rule Liberal Party.”
So, Dastyari recommended they go outside for a private conversation and leave their mobiles behind them to guarantee privacy, did he ? And where did this information come from ?
It couldn’t possibly have come from the Secret Police who were listening in, via Dastyari’s mobile, surely…
And anyway, as he said himself, what secret information does Dastyari have to pass on to any representative of the owners of the Port of Darwin ? Sweet Funny Adams.
Dastyari has been a very effective opponent of the “Liberals” — they hate him, and will do anything they can to get rid of him. But he gets no support from the former backroom power broker who is now so avid for his own personal glory
Every day the ALP under Vanilla Bill looks more and more like Liberal Light. In his own way, he’s running as scared as Trumble. He’s terrified that the nice respectable middle-class voters of East Malvern and North Ryde might keep on voting for the Fascists and not give Labor a go, no matter how bland he renders the Labor message for them. That’s why he has nothing whatever to say about the human rights abuses being perpetrated in our names in PNG. He’s that desperate to get himself elected PM. He won’t speak out against the Manus Island brutality; and he won’t back his own Senator against the continuing Fascist witch-hunt.
If Labor had a real leader, not a personal-power-hungry apparatchik, they might have a chance of making a real difference in this country which has been so destroyed by the Fascist mob who once dared to call themselves the United Australia Party.
The tragedy for the Labor Party (and for the country as a whole) is that they didn’t elect Albo to the leadership. Things would be very different here now if they had done.