Australia Election Results Show Citizens Fed Up With Infantile “Vote For Us, Or Die!” Campaigns And Threats

Hysteria and insults get refuted

Australia’s election results are in, and once again major media are in state of shock.

The New York Times here for example called it a “stunning win” and claimed it was “propelled by a populist wave” that resembled “the force that has upended politics in the United States, Britain and beyond.”

The UK Guardian went on calling the result of the “climate change election” a “major upset”, complaining that in fact “the climate lost.”

The climate skeptic, German-language Ruhrkultour here commented that citizens have grown increasingly tired of the “climate hysteria”, and that this ultimately “cost Labour the election victory”.

Crosshairs on democracy

Now that the dust begins to settle, the search for answers begins in earnest. But as was the case in 2016 in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s stunning victory, don’t expect the losing side to acknowledge the truth and reality.

Rather look for them to search out a scapegoat. Expect them to even start criticizing democracy and blaming “misled voters”, who were deceived by fake news and populist disinformation campaigns. There will be more loud calls for even greater crackdowns on Internet social media platforms.

“Hope you die!”

The real reason for the loss by Labour is the towering arrogance that left of centre parties have been putting on display lately. Nothing illustrates this better than two tweets recently appearing:

Here’s the first by Australian academic, Daniel Best via Not Suit:

In other words it’s: “Vote for us, or eff yourself and die!”

That’s appalling. And these people think it’s “populism” or the “Russians” behind their losses? Try infantilism, and people being turned off by it.

Threats and insults

If these planet rescuers want to start winning elections again, they need to realize it’s their tantrummy, 6-year old attitude that’s turning everyone off. People are sick of — and frankly appalled — by all their phony “expertise”, bullcrap “consensus” claims, emotional hysteria and fake “climate crisis”. Never mind all the insults.

Yet, The Guardian pledges to get even more shrill about climate and use even bigger bogus threats.

Insulting the elderly

And here’s the second reaction, this one concerning the upcoming EU elections, by Matt Kelly

This tweet was written by Matt Kelly, editor of the pro-Remain New European newspaper

Source: Telegraph, via Twitter. Read story here.

So Mr. Kelly thinks the elderly are just disgusting incontinents who need constant cleaning up and cannot vote correctly.

Well, people are tired of being threatened and insulted into voting a certain way, and it’s people like Kelly and Best who are disgusting. This is the real reason why people aren’t voting for them.

Wishing us dead

And each time after they lose, none of us of course ends up dying and so in a tantrum they wish us all dead. Thankfully the majority of voters have been able to see through the infantile behavior.

In a way, The Guardian’s latest move ought to be welcome. It will only play into the hands of us “populists” and “deplorables” and ensure us more election victories ahead.

5 responses to “Australia Election Results Show Citizens Fed Up With Infantile “Vote For Us, Or Die!” Campaigns And Threats”

  1. Yonason

    Kelly hates older people because they remember a time when people like Kelly were recognized for the useless (at best) jerks they are.

  2. sasquatch

    “Sunday: A day given over by Americans to wishing they were dead and in heaven, and that their neighbors were dead and in hell.”

    One way to make America great, I guess.

    According to H.L. Mencken, those folks are your neighbors who attend church to pray they go to heaven and hope you go to hell.

    The two idiots mentioned fit into that category. They too will one day be in need of some hospice care and then it might dawn on them how callous and compassionless they really were and are. It might, but if it doesn’t, a nice hot seat in hell is ready and waiting for them. Schadenfreude at its finest. lol

    What the holier-than-thou climate change cuckoo birds would wish for would be for the deniers to dwell in hell. It has to be the deniers, the deplorables, the despicable denier crowd who are/will be relegated to an eternity in hell just for asking relevant questions: What warming? Where is it?

    It ain’t here today.

    The lost sheep have been following a Judas Goat and now the flock led astray has come to its senses. Shorn, then slaughtered, that’s what you get for following a Judas Goat, is the final result, sorry to say.

    Not only will we rob you blind by fleecing you constantly with low grade electricity at the highest rates possible, taxes aren’t enough from you untermenschen, you might as well just die.

    Good for everybody and good riddance.

    You belong in hell. Good Lord, you’re a denier and a deplorable, a roundup is needed and concentration camps need to be constructed. The Denier Gulag will teach all of these unteachable deplorables a lesson worth learning, beatings, what not, just to improve morale, that’s all.

    Blame goes to the victim, not the perpetrator. Doesn’t matter the subject matter, the reason, as long as it produces results, money, the goal is reached.

    Climate is a good source to receive funding, not from the gov, from you. You use fossil fuels, you’re guilty, you need to be taxed to death, it is only fair.

    A well-orchestrated campaign of good propaganda will be the beating you’ll have to take, shake it off and fork over the dough.

    You will be assimilated, there is no fighting city hall.

    That’s what winning an election is all about, you will continue to pay through the nose and it is all your fault, get use to it.

    When you win an election, the voters knew what they were doing, voting for the best choice, the most qualified candidate, the winner.

    However, the average nut walking the street usually ends up paying for it all at an ever increasing cost. The price to save your life and the planet is worth it, no matter what it is, at an ever increasing cost to the planet, humans manage to make a mess no matter where they go.

    The irrational has gone from ludicrous speed to plaid.

    When you lose, the voters didn’t have any idea what they were voting for and are stupid, need to die.

    Only voters who vote the right way can vote and live another day.

    If you vote wrong, the wrong choice, not only are you stupid, but you can die.

    Then after that, the invective laced with expletives turns into rage gone wild.

    Invoking the wrath of the climate change knotheads comes with a price, you’ll be pilloried and flogged, then imprisoned indefinitely, branded a climate change terrorist.

    ‘The time to speak up has passed, now is the time for senseless bickering’ lol

    1. Yonason
  3. tom0mason

    First the USA led the way and elected Trump.
    Now Australia has come to its senses and realized where the Greens and socialist were taking them.
    Soon Britain will vote on whether to leave the EU or stay within it’s Marxist/socialist grip.
    Remember Britain the last time the socialist ruled, when they left office the note in the treasury said “I’m afraid there is no money.” see

    The world is changing and quite quickly.
    The lefty/socialist/Greenie/Marxist and the globalists are oblivious to the changes. They are still offering the same stale ‘solutions’; inflating the role of government through never ending regressionary statues; reducing personal freedoms; taxing all very hard while enriching the few lefty elites and crony capitalists with public (tax-payer) money. It is just more out-of-date claptrap Marxist theory from last century, and leads to the ruin for all nations that try it.

  4. johnbuk

    Oh dear, poor Daniel and Matt are up past their bedtime again.

    A good night’s sleep will make things better and if you’re good tomorrow you can both have an ice cream.

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