Hypocrisy Overload as the line between Church and State is crossed by the LNP

8 Dec

Unload and Unwind

1-BlackmailIt appears that blackmail, be it financial or emotional, is the new form of due process by the Australian Federal Government.  Much has been said recently about the appalling manipulation the LNP and Scott Morrison displayed when seeking to push the new Asylum Seeker laws through the parliament. What is also true is that this is merely the most vile example of this practice to date.

I have spoken previously about the current governments attempts to force the chaplaincy program into state run schools but it bears mentioning again when you consider how they are going about it.  It also bears mentioning the new initiative of this government to fund those who wish to enter the Seminary and study for the priesthood.  This is at the same time they are gutting funding to university education and attempting to drive legislation through the parliament that would leave Australians paying up to…

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2 Responses to “Hypocrisy Overload as the line between Church and State is crossed by the LNP”

  1. giselzitrone December 9, 2014 at 9:42 pm #

    Danke liebe Ute ich wünsche dir einen glücklichen Dienstag wahr heute einkaufen vor Weihnachten gibt es viel zu tun.Grüße dich lieb von mir bleib Gesund Gruß Gislinde

    • auntyuta December 10, 2014 at 6:23 am #

      Danke dir für deine lieben Grüsse, liebe Gislinde. Ja, wir müssen auch bald etwas einkaufen gehen. Mit der Gesundheit ist es bei uns zur Zeit nicht so weit her, aber es wird schon bald besser werden, hoffentlich noch vor Weihnachten! Liebe Grüssse, Uta 🙂

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