Between Scott Morrison our currently reaffirmed PM who by the way, I emailed with congratulations on his election and presented to him an opportunity for his assistance to recover my stolen War Medals, stolen by a person down the road to me, it would have been presumably trivial for him to politely ask the local fuzz to assist. I had tried, for some reason, they don’t want to assist because I was able to get the medals back. I, however, want justice for the Digger on the 100 year anniversary of what they sacrificed to define lest we forget the spirit of what defines us as a people. If we don’t uphold this we have already lost this nation to hostile foreign jealous eyes presumably.
It would have been an amazing gift from me to his popularity, considering I’ve been highly skeptical of the liberal long term vision for Australia. It has none and we are mostly destined to be locked up like a 1985 dystopia.
I offered this amazing PR opportunity for his new reaffirmed first media opportunity, only to be devastated nobody in the Liberal party will humor me with a reply, treasonist disrespect I hope my emails were blocked by unknown forces to think they would dare not to have the courtesy to reply concerns us all, I digress I’m sure you’ll forgive me for it,
though to our other major party opposition leader Bill Shorten, people might actually be mistaken for thinking my Name is something to do with politics. Scott Shorter.
Well, it was, just it was snubbed out really quickly after 6 years of saving my own money to pay for my own election campaign as an independent.
I worry that we’re all going to die, so do all the leading tech experts, I had to do something, I did all I could, I am well placed to win holding most of the highest result in marketing in the country and being guest of Google on occasion to hear exclusively before others of the future.
I had a crazy plan to run in the federal, I saved up a million to raise awareness to various issues. A few months out my own mother chased me down to a stretcher and to this day has stolen it all. I have discovered our government to be non-existent since then and all health services and gov agencies are mostly weaponized to help foreign countries take down Australians. Scott Morrison won’t reply to my email about my stolen War Medal nor will his office.
These days I prefer to take note of another Scott doing good things with our name. Scott Ludlum who suggested no great change could or ever has occurred from inside a government in such a late stage of penetration for countless years of lobbying pressure.
I now make software to help stop people falling through the crack, to advocate, the strengthen border defense and if you asked I try another attempt to run for PM next federal? If we all live that long I’d reply.
Today I saw some inspiration for a quick freestyle based on my daily ABC Facebook messenger bolt/alert. I wanted to include a native FIJI language warning but couldn’t find one and instead lifted this awesome PipedUP paradey from you know where.
The artist who came up with that graphi I believe was KTXO for this Yung Fiji beat. WARNING if you’re weak, it doesn’t muck about, KTXO is a fkn monstor with the frequency he is maximum pressure.
🗳️🇫🇯🇦🇺 After saying Scott Morrison was “very insulting” and “very condescending” last month, Fiji’s Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama has arrived in Australia for a deal.
The two countries today signed a partnership agreement covering economic, security, and community ties during a formal bilateral meeting.
But while Mr Morrison used “family” to describe the relationship between Australia and Fiji, Mr Bainimarama said it hadn’t yet reached that level.
What did he say?
Mr Bainimarama said for Fijians, “the bonds that bind families together are sacred, unbreakable connections”.
“It’s about more than being good mates to one another,” he said.
“[It] demands a level of understanding hereto [sic] unprecedented in the relations between our governments.”
You might remember that during meetings at the 2019 Pacific Islands Forum, Mr Morrison blocked efforts by the smaller island states to get unanimous support for a strong declaration on tackling climate change.
At the time, Mr Bainimarama slammed Australia for not doing enough, saying he “thought Morrison was a good friend of mine — apparently not”.
On this visit, Mr Bainimarama has been more conciliatory, although he has warned “no-one expects that our differences can be resolved quickly or easily”.”