Could Malcolm’s Wentworth revenge work in Nationalists’ favour?

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Malcolm Turnbull is an NPC who should never have been let anywhere near the Liberal Party. He wreaked havoc as PM, dragging the Libs down the path of socialism, and his “if I can’t have it nobody can have it” attitude once they finally kicked him out is set to wreak more:

From news.com on the Wentworth bi-election:

But here’s one last update on the results with 50.50 per cent of the vote counted and 36 of 41 polling places returned.

Independent Kerryn Phelps is ahead on the two-candidate preferred vote by 54.39 per cent compared to Liberal candidate Dave Sharma on 45.61 per cent.

Dr Phelps has 17,500 primary votes compared to Mr Sharma’s 20,712 votes…

There was a 27 per cent swing away from the Liberal Party, the biggest swing against a government in a by-election in the history of federal parliament.

Not a bad day’s work for a psychopath far more dangerous than Kevin “sandwich” Rudd ever was:

The disastrous by-election result for the Liberal Party is already being blamed on the former prime minister and Wentworth MP.

Mr Turnbull was noticeably absent from the campaign and his son was openly encouraging people to vote for Kerryn Phelps.

Australian associate editor Chris Kenny said he thought the repercussions of the loss would be extraordinary.

“There’s going to be incredible turmoil within the Liberal Party as the blame game plays out,” he told Sky News.

“I think Malcolm Turnbull’s reputation is going to be absolutely trashed.

“We’ve had leaders of course take down other leaders in the past but we’ve never seen a leader take down his own party’s majority.”

Kenny said conservatives would blame Mr Turnbull for the loss while moderates in the party would say the problem started with the former PM being dumped.

“It’s going to be chaotic,” Kenny said.

Who cares. They brought it on themselves and it means we real conservatives may actually be able to create something out of the destruction. Here is the line in the analysis that matters:

“It means the Morrison Government will lose its one-seat majority and Australia now has a hung parliament. The Liberal Party will have to work with crossbenchers to get its legislation passed.”

And look who has a seat in the Lower House:

From Twitter.

Don’t you love the irony? The people of Wentworth are obsessed with non-issues such as so-called “climate change” and “diversity”. The Libs have gotten that message loud and clear, understanding that in Wentworth the only way to beat a dyke is with a dyke:

But the victory for Malcolm and the flogs in Wentworth could be pyrrhic, because for now it may empower a conservative.

Bob Katter has held the Federal seat of Kennedy in the House of Representatives since 1993. What a shame he cucked just the other day:

In an interview with Sky News, Mr Katter said Senator Anning’s rhetoric was “a problem for our party”.

“The president of the party (Shane Paulger) has expressed some very grave reservations and I’ve made it perfectly clear to Fraser Anning there’s no more going down this pathway. This is an anti-racist party,” he said.

Now would be the perfect time to uncuck. Because what are they going to do? Not talk to you?

Over to you, Bob.

  • Repeal fake marriage

    Moderates = make semi conservative noises but always let the marxists win.

  • Jamie Blank

    Bob, the force from the north.

    https://youtu.be/dQ_zYZBDmls

    • Bucky Redux

      I like Bob, but he hesitates at the precipice.

      People tend to become more conservative as they age.
      We need young firebrands in politics who aren’t afraid to push past the barriers and fight tooth and nail.

      • sadsak

        I like Bob, says a lot about you

        • Bucky Redux
          • Jai_Normosone

            This reminds me of a woman I know who is a career bureaucrat in government in a thoroughly useless section of the business. She was career until she got to 50 – after allowing the occasional bloke to bang her while none were good enough for her – and then decided that she wanted a baby when she met someone she considered good enough.
            Thankfully, for that child, nature had other ideas.

      • Jai_Normosone

        The reason I like Bob is because he says *something* and makes a stand.
        Tony Abbott is said to be a genuinely likeable bloke – but he sat on the fence on every topic going. That really shits me.

  • thegentlemantroll

    Well the Libs still have a potential ally in their ideological cousins the Labor Party

  • Taipan

    Rose Bay is the epicentre of Wentworth – where the median house price is more than $3 million and units go for about half that.
    Leafy left greenhomoism.
    Fuck these people

    • Bucky Redux
      • Manny

        That’s not a picture of Jews in silly hats from Rose Bay, is it. Look, I get it, Rose Bay is 27% Jewish and the median income in Rose Bay is 50% above the Australian average. There’s no need to embellish arguments with fakery.

        • Bucky Redux

          sigh….
          you don’t get around much, do you ?

    • clemilf

      Don’t fuck with a less than humble G.P.– could get a redress of 5 years frozen rebates: doesn’t hurt to ask…

  • The most important issue to a bunch of ruling class elites is “climate change” and they all live right on the beech.

    These people need some serious 1776 treatment, their palace of Versailes isn’t just a place of decadence and self-absorption, it’s one of utter contempt for the Australian people.

    They hate us, they want us gone and they really do not care that we suffer for their cult zealotry.

    • Taipan

      Nationalist revolt…when??

      • Jamie Blank

        Until 2040 there will be minor skirmishes. After this, civil war will begin.

      • Bucky Redux

        Might need to go full Ernesto “Che” Guevara.
        Marxist tactics to defeat Marxists at their own game.

  • LadyMoonlight

    No sympathy for the Liberal Party (who I used to vote for) because, if they hadn’t knifed Tony Abbott in the back, they would not be in this position. A Labor Party win at the next election is inevitable…and, perhaps necessary. When Australians see the incredible damage Shorten and Labor does, perhaps then there will be a massive turn back to conservatism. I know, having to live through Shorten’s gloating and Labor policies for 4 years, and the irreparable damage they will do with immigration etc., will make it difficult for Australia to recover in a reasonable time, but, sometimes the very bottom must be reached because then the only way is up.

    • thegentlemantroll

      I’m getting too old to keep waiting for change. The opportunities that should be afforded someone my age are passing me by. We’ve had almost uninterrupted treacherous government for over a decade now.

      • James

        I’d take it a step further and say we’ve had successive Treasonous governments for 25 years.

        • James

          I’d say at least 50 years.

    • Minging

      If you’re ushering in the impending Socialist Labor/Greens alliance, of which Australia might never recover from even just one term… then you are part of the problem.

      • Jai_Normosone

        Agreed. People seem to forget the problems caused by Labor governments around the world in between the times when they completely fuck up the economy of ‘Every. Single. Country’ where they gain power.
        The bigger issue is that the vast majority of people cast their vote based on a single topic… When Abbott got in, there was endless gnashing of teeth and wailing that Australia will have slow internet. That is beyond stupid.

        • Bucky Redux

          True. Liberal/Coalition governments tend to build up a big surplus, Labor gets in and blows the lot.
          Wash rinse repeat.
          When Bill gets into the Lodge, he’ll probably blow $10 million or so redecorating everything in Marxist red. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/dd4459ad12b822b8ba8751138995411bb9d3c3606f642e8e740771ea74cb4384.jpg

          • Jai_Normosone

            Shorten is just a cowardly union deadshit cum political player that has always had criminal intentions.
            The bigger threat that we really need to be aware of is Plibersek. She is just downright treasonous.

  • fimbulwinter
  • Will the last Prime Minister please turn out the lights?

    • fimbulwinter

      Wentworth are masochists. They take it up the arse, say thank you and ask for more.

      • Bucky Redux

        they take it in the arse and mouth at the same time…ping pong

    • Bucky Redux

      same old circus, same old monkeys….that’s Aussie politics

      wait till Bill gets into the Lodge….

      • Jai_Normosone

        He’ll have it remodelled to include a Rape Room where nobody can hear them scream.

  • James

    The depressing thing is the major parties are still recieving the bulk of first preference votes in elections.

  • It is only going to get a lot worse. Get local, form communities. We need to be ready.

  • Ryan

    Always love it when based Bob ventures down to the people’s democratic republic of Victoria to get us country boys revved up. Had the pleasure of meeting him with former AFP president Diane Teasdale…
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/46642646cae7019c92a72aa2d615461cd1f8fe7d1c3a3385f8a2898031bbfcf0.jpg