If the National Party Were To Dump the Liberals and Form a Coalition With Minor Parties To Form Government To Ensure Labor nor Liberals Could Win Would You Think It’s an Idea To Consider?
Poor Joe didn’t even get one vote. That’s what happens when mail-in ballots aren’t allowed
Results of latest Polls run by ANR
If the National Party were to dump the L liberals and form a coalition with minor parties to form Government to ensure labor nor liberals could win would you think it’s an idea to consider?
The choice between who is a better leader, Joe Biden or Vladimir Putin was resounding. To get 100% of a vote out of almost 500 votes is surprising but I guess we are talking Joe Biden.
And some claim he got more votes, than any US President in history.
The second poll is interesting
With 61% either saying yes or maybe to the idea of the National Party dumping the liberals and forming a coalition with minor parties to form Government.
This clearly has potential, and maybe the National Party committee, should take notice. Memo to Barnaby
If they returned to their conservative roots, then they could win a lot of votes, and help create a political revolution.
Or stay welded to the Libs as sell-outs and die as a party.
Ricardo Bosi large amount of support also was a surprise on some levels, and it brings into question is he a “paid or unpaid spoiler” campaigning to get support, but his party isn’t registered nor is likely to be so his supporters can’t vote other than for some candidates in local seats. – If they don’t vote for other minor parties, he is likely to ensure labor or liberal, a victory
If he got say 3-5% of the primary vote, but voters can’t vote for him, that’s enough to destroy the resistances small chance of forming Government.
On top of this, he is working hard to stop people voting for United Australia Party, which if he stops just a 1-2% voting for them, that’s even more damage.
So what is Ricardo’s game – is it to ensure the resistance can’t win at the next election?
Or no one should vote and wait for a white knight to save us all?
Who is behind him, and who is funding him to campaign in an election he isn’t running in, and why?
What’s the motive?
Also with some of his comments re “hanging politicians” it sets the resistance up to be fodder to be targeted as violent. Yet if anyone else said that, off-stage they’d likely be already arrested.
This is only going to hurt badly the freedom movement.
Many support Ricardo Bosi as he at times speaks what many want to hear – that there is a white knight coming to save us – but where is he leading his supporters to.
At this stage, it seems away from any chance of achieving a political revolution, and all eggs in a White Hats basket.
At ANR we think this is a flawed strategy relying on so much on what we don’t control.
We must focus on what we do control.
The questions Ricardo should consider are-
How can I achieve my aims without dividing and preventing the resistance their chance at forming a Coalition Government with minor parties?
And 2 will he and who will he suggest his supporters vote for in the election or will he encourage them not to
And if so Labor and Greens might as well be handed the keys to the lodge now and the resistance forget campaigning for this election.
Yes, we may not like the corrupted system but gaining political power is surely worth a shot to change it.
The United Australia Party has a lot of work to do to convince the freedom movement to support them, yet spend almost 100% of their ad budget largely wasted on expensive mainstream media, filling their pockets why independent media he claims to support which has substantial and growing reach doesn’t get even 1 cent or advertising.
One Nation Support is solid and the Great Australian Party is doing better than expected
Ricardo Bosi has support but unless he endorses a party that’s in this election then it will hurt the freedom movement badly and surely see Labor win
ANR will run a poll soon on in who its followers intend voting for.