WDPRM #3: Turnbull’s election changing forecasts

The “What Do Politicians Really Mean,” WDPRM for short, is a quick interactive news translation for vote-newbies.


Recently, in a BBC interview, Malcom Turbull stated, ”…if you view this objectively….their [liberal National coalition] concern was not that I would lose the election, rather that I would win it.” BBC 08.03.2019

Malcom Turnbull, the disgraced ex-prime minister who was tossed out of his leadership role in 2018 for failing to be a leader and a conservative (but like dysentery, he keeps on returning), has today attacked the coalition, again. He states, “…the internal brawl in the collation over the coal-fire power is damaging the NSW conservative government’s chances of re-election.” Continuing, “You haven’t worked out how damaging it is?” MSN 15.03.2019

Translation: The Liberals and Nationals couped me out of the globalist hijacked coalition because I am a corrupt-to-the-core globalist puppet with delusions of grandeur. I am now in an ideal super-Machiavellian place which allows me to denigrate the party (hoping that this will make them lose the 2019 elections), whilst I propagandise my employer’s climate change agenda. Although my deflection and distraction tactics are as pronounced as my synostotic brachysephaly, I prefer to delude myself that my brilliant schemes are perfectly camouflaged and do a stellar job in disguising my narcissistic, deep-rooted insecurities and envy.

Impressive, Mr Turnbull. I would have never been able to detect the soft centred diarrhoea in your ingenious turd-nuggets. Keep up the great work.

Annabelle @ The Art of Flag-waving

 

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