Labor PM Albanese is clearly upset after learning that he was unable to deliver the remainder of Australia to his United Nations masters, and it is a referendum result that alternative, independent media can be proud of. Cairns News is amazed that he hasn’t yet been banished by Labor Left.
Senator Jacinta Price expressed her disappointment, stating that it hasn’t been a month since they defeated the divisive Voice referendum, but it’s clear the Albanese Government has learned nothing.
She further mentioned that the Prime Minister shut his eyes and close his ears to the message his referendum defeat sent and went straight back to deliberately not understanding the situation in remote Aboriginal communities, which clearly shows his incompetency.
In recent reports from the NT News, it has been disclosed that Albanese has no intention of committing to needs-based domestic violence funding despite the need clearly falling most tragically on Indigenous women in the Northern Territory.
She explained that the federal funding is currently allocated based on population and while domestic violence can and does occur across the Australian community, it is most serious and prevalent in Indigenous communities, especially in remote areas, where the rates of violence are alarmingly high- higher than anywhere else in the country. She expressed her disappointment in Albanese’s downplaying of these facts and lack of seriousness about real solutions.
Price emphasized that after more than 18 months of this government, the pattern has been repeated over and over again, with no real efforts in solving issues such as inflation, electricity prices, and energy security. She criticized the Prime Minister and his Labor and Greens mates for simply refusing to understand, much less solve, the problems that are affecting Australians.
She believes that Albanese doesn’t seem to care much about the cost of living or the pain and violence in communities, and even if he did, it’s clear that he has no idea how to fix it.
In conclusion, Price finds the attitude of the Labor PM as a disgrace, showing a lack of interest in real solutions and improving the lives of the marginalized. She further called out Albanese for his refusal to understand the problems and expressed her disappointment in the handling of such critical issues.