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Alternatives to fossil fuels.   Australia and Oceania

Started 1/12/18 by Jenifer (Zarknorph); 976 views.

From: ElDotardo


Oh, dear. The far Left takes another one in the ear . . . so sad, eh?

Good on ya, Aussies!!!

THUNDER DOWN UNDER: Far Left Labour Party SUFFERS SHOCKING LOSS in Australia After Holding Several Point Lead in Polls

The conservatives (named the Liberal party) in Australia pulled off a stunning upset in the national elections on Saturday.

The Liberal party is leading with 74 seats and the far left Labour party won on 65 seats.

The Labour party was ahead by 8 points in the polls.


Just like in the United States the media was hurt the most.

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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)


First of all, it's the Labor party, not the Labour Party.

Secondly, they are not "far left".

And thirdly, it appears the key to winning an election is to not have any policies, instead just shit all over parties that do.

A sad indictment on the state of the nation.


From: BerrySteph


The exit polls showed Labour party with a lead.
They got shellacked.

Beware - exit polls cannot be wrong.

I believe that and this man agrees with me:

November 11, 2016 - The Election was Stolen - Here’s How

... Exit polls are the standard by which the US State Department measures the honesty of foreign elections. Exit polling is, historically, deadly accurate. The bane of pre-election polling is that pollsters must adjust for the likelihood of a person voting. Exit polls solve the problem.

But three times in US history, pollsters have had to publicly flagellate themselves for their "errors."

In 2000, exit polls gave Al Gore the win in Florida; in 2004, exit polls gave Kerry the win in Ohio, and now, in swing states, exit polls gave the presidency to Hillary Clinton.